While many associate Tokyo with high rise modern hotels, you can still find old fashioned Japanese hospitality at the ryokans in the city. They're a great way to see a different side of Tokyo; here's 8 of our favourites.
Japan has a wealth of great scenery; both natural and man-made. We've picked 5 hotels that show you the best of Japan from the comfort of your room.
In many ryokans you will be served a style of food known as kaiseki ryori for dinner. This is an extravagant multi-course meal with a focus on local and seasonal ingredients.
One of the best ways to experience traditional Japanese culture is to stay in a ryokan. Ryokans can vary from tiny houses with two or three rooms to large complexes that resemble a modern hotel. Find out what to expect here.