Travellers now have a luxurious alternative to the often basic accommodation in this beautiful, but remote, area.
They are as Japanese as sushi and kimonos; a cramped but ingenious solution to the problem of finding affordable accommodation in one of the world’s most expensive countries. Continue reading
They are one of the most striking features of Japanese cities — streets of windowless buildings, adorned with gaudy neon, displaying the cost of rooms rented by the hour. Now the government is on a drive to convert Japan’s “love hotels” into much needed accommodation for tourists. Continue reading