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.
Dates and prices are based on travel in June but can search your own dates, cities and places right here:
>> Find your ideal Japan stay.
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
Roppongi, Tokyo from $189/night
Shinsaibashi, Osaka fr $145/night
Sakai, Nagasaki from $177/night
Mt Fuji, Fujikawaguchiko fr $163/night
Kita Ward, Kyoto from $96/night
Hondori, Hiroshima from $99/night
Naramachi, Nara from $99/night
Minoshima, Fukuoka from $105/night
Explore Japan like a local with a guidebook.
All books are at a discounted price, include FREE worldwide delivery and work without WIFI, won’t run out of battery and you can write notes in it.
Lonely Planet guidebooks are the definitive handbook for the independent traveller, including detailed information on transport, attractions, accommodation, eateries, local culture, language and emergency contacts.
- Lonely Planet: Japan
- Lonely Planet: Tokyo Guide
- Lonely Planet: Make My Day Tokyo
- Lonely Planet: Tokyo Map
- Lonely Planet: Kyoto Guide
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