Japan Luxury Hotels & Ryokan

Your hotel in Tokyo should feature the finest in Japanese minimalist design aesthetic with stunning views of the skyline or perhaps the palace, but in Kyoto, Hakone, and more remote places, and certainly on you honeymoon, consider the quintessential Japanese experience—ryokan (inn)— or even a monastery in Mount Kōya. Below is a brief selection of places we often recommend for our Japan travelers, including the Aman's new "urban sanctuary" in Tokyo.

Of course, we have definite opinions for where to stay with children, couples, for privacy, outdoor sightseeng, and other preferences. For example, if you can resist the sumptuous settings of the Aman or Peninsula in Tokyo and the arts or shopping are priorities during your time in Tokyo, then we suggest Rippongi, located in the heart of the action.

In more remote locations, Japan offers Zen inspired retreats that combine sublime natural locations and architecture like no other properties in the world, such as Tadao Ando's masterpiece Setouchi Aonagi on Shikoku, or Benesse House on Naoshima "art island," a combination hotel and world-class museum in one.



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