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Suggested Hotels in Japan

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In Japan options include staying in a ryokan, monasteries, simple country inns, glittering city high-rises or modernist  "art hotels."

Here are our favorite Japan hotels and lodging options:

Park Hotel, Tokyo

This cosmopolitan hotel is ideally situated in Shiodome, a flourishing new center of business and culture. Guests enjoy sophisticated modern design and a superior level of service. View their web site

The Peninsula, Tokyo

Spacious, visually stylish and sleekly comfortable, the newly opened Peninsula Tokyo is an instant landmark. Fashionable dining and exceptional service are hallmarks of its four restaurants. View their web site

The Capitol Hotel Tokyu, Tokyo

This hotel is situated in Nagata-cho—the heart of Tokyo— amidst the abundant greenery of the Hie Shrine next door. Its superb location combines the convenience of the city center with a calm, quiet atmosphere. Spend a peaceful, relaxing time enjoying the hotel's refined Japanese-style and experience the changes of the four seasons. View their web site

Hiiragiya Ryokan, Kyoto

Established in 1818, Hiiragiya is reputably one of the most beloved of all the Japanese traditional inns. Under the ownership of the same family for five generations, it serves the finest Kyoto-style Japanese kaiseki. View their web site

Hoshinoya Ryokan, Kyoto

Accessible only by boat upstream from the Togetsukyo Bridge, guests enter something akin to an alternate reality. View their web site

Fujiya Hotel, Hakone

The world-famous Fujiya was originally built in 1878. It is a classical resort hotel with a reputation for incomparable hospitality and service. All rooms are supplied with natural hot-springs water. View their web site

Gora Kadan, Hakone

This heavenly ryokan located in the midst of Hakone National Park houses some of Japan's best onsen baths. It combines the classical Japanese design elements of the quintessential ryokan with modern amenities and technology. View their web site

Benesse House, Naoshima Island

The Benesse House-a spectacular modern art resort-was designed by renowned contemporary architect Tadao Ando. The resort itself is an art museum with an impressive collection of modern works. Guest rooms command sweeping views of the sea. View their web site