Exploring beyond the big cities of Japan may seem daunting, but Nikko is a destination so compelling and convenient to Tokyo that foreign travelers have been making the trip for over a century.
Visitors to Japan are often surprised to discover that even outside the country’s major cities, there are gourmet delicacies to be discovered.
A trip to Nikko, located in Tochigi Prefecture and a mere two hours from Tokyo by train, is a breath of fresh air both literally and figuratively.
An easy two hours by train from central Tokyo, Nikko has for centuries offered foreigners and Japanese travelers alike a breathtaking escape from city life.
Set in a secret garden at the heart of a forest, Aman Kyoto rests a stone’s throw from Kyoto’s golden Kinkaku-ji Temple and 16 other Unesco World Heritage Sites.
Celebrating Japan’s ancient onsen (mineral hot spring) tradition in serene natural surrounds, Amanemu is perched on the shores of Ago Bay, known as the ‘Bay of Pearls’.
A warm and exclusive sanctuary, Aman Tokyo luxury resort and spa draws its design inspiration from traditional Japanese residential structures.
Benesse House is an art museum combined with lodging facilities designed by renowned architect Tadao Ando.
Formerly the Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Chinzan-so features a 17-acre Japanese botanical garden.
Experience the luxury of being yourself at the Conrad Tokyo hotel, where a sense of place meets legendary Conrad excellence and the calming, inspiring design of modern Japan.
Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Marunouchi is minutes from the Imperial Palace and Ginza shopping, and linked to Tokyo Station, Four Seasons is a quiet, luxurious haven of just 57 spacious guest rooms and suites.
Discover the wonders of this ancient Japanese hideway, former retreat of the Imperial family.
More than a hotel, Grand Hyatt Tokyo is a lifestyle destination for dining, entertaining and relaxing.
Begin your adventures at Hyatt Centric Ginza Tokyo, your perfect launchpad for exploring the city. Centrally located on Namiki-dori Street, Hyatt Centric Ginza Tokyo is just steps from shopping, sightseeing and unique local flavors that reflect the vibrant energy of Tokyo, Japan.
Hina means countryside in ancient Japanese. At Hinanoza you will have the relaxed feeling as if you are at home in the countryside.