Beautiful and (mostly) Affordable Holiday Houses in Japan fr $96/night

So you’ve booked your flights to Japan and now you need to plan the rest of your trip. Here’s ten beautiful holiday houses from $96/night!
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So you’ve booked some cheap flights to Japan, and now you need to plan the rest of your trip? Here’s a selection of hand-picked beautiful holiday houses you can rent.

Staying in a Ryoken (a Japanese Inn) will give you a traditional Japanese experience but these are often expensive. However you can find plenty of apartments to rent throughout Japan, starting from $96/night. All prices quoted include cleaning fees and service charges if applicable.

If you want other budget travel ideas, listen to my podcast episode, where I chat to Associate Professor of Linguistics, Nathaniel Rudolph who has lived in Japan for many years and he also gives solid advice on how to become fluent in Japanese.

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Asahikawa, Hokkaido, from $233/night

Your Second Home
This 2 bedroom house near Asahikawa in Hokkaido, Japan makes the ultimate wilderness escape, without roughing it. Your host can also act as guide, driver, photographer; or for the independent traveller, it’s a 5 minute walk from the nearest JR station. Includes breakfast.
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Ikebukuro, Tokyo from $174/night

1 Bedroom Apartment
Centrally located, this cute and cosy apartment is perfect for exploring downtown Tokyo. Sleeps up to 4 and includes air-conditioning.
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Roppongi, Tokyo from $189/night

Stylish and modern
Roppongi is the stylish nightclub district of Tokyo, lively and unique. Just watch out if a girl approaches you at the bar, you’re paying for her drinks, and her time.
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Shinsaibashi, Osaka fr $145/night

Spacious Loft
This spacious 2 bedroom loft is in the heart of Osaka, surrounded by bars, restaurants, shops and glowing neon lights. Waste no time commuting when you can walk everywhere!
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Sakai, Nagasaki from $177/night

History and an Open-air Bath
I fell in love with this place. It’s simplicity oozes serenity. It’s traditional Japanese style, combined with western touches so you’ll feel at home. The outdoor bath is a great way to end the day and it’s close to historic sights.
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Mt Fuji, Fujikawaguchiko fr $163/night

Tiny house
Before you hike up Mt Fuji (which was the hardest thing I’ve ever done), have a cosy night’s sleep in a cute tiny house, close to Lake Yamanaka and a short drive from Mt Fuji.
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Kita Ward, Kyoto from $96/night

1 Bedroom Apartment
This homely and cosy 1 bedroom apartment is in North Kyoto (where I lived), close to the Golden Temple, the Kamo Gawa (river), and Nijo Castle.
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Hondori, Hiroshima from $99/night

Capsule Hotel
No stay in Japan is complete without a capsule hotel. This clean and comfortable stay has all modern ammenities and is located within a shopping centre in downtown Hiroshima.
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Naramachi, Nara from $99/night

Centrally located Guesthouse
Guesthouse NaNa is close to Nara Park and Todaiji Temple where you can get a selfie with the deer that roam the gardens.
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Minoshima, Fukuoka from $105/night

Clean and comfortable
I always wanted to visit Fukuoka just because the airport code is FUK. I bet there is some cool souvenirs you could get.
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