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Home in Shiojiri
One rental villa in the middle of nature, Forest Villa, Enrei Kohgen
* In principle, the hotel will be closed from January to March, but you can also stay if you request it individually.In the winter, the stars and the view are great, and it is also popular to stay warm in the hearth. * Please understand that the heating in the living room and bedrooms is not perfect during the cold season in the old house at 1000 meters above sea level.Please be prepared to stop slipping, such as stud-less tires, for cars during snowy seasons. Forest villa Shioji Plateau is an old folk house-style rental villa with a hearth located in Shiogiri City, Nagano Prefecture.It is a quiet hideaway surrounded by trees at an altitude of 1000 meters, with no other buildings around 20 meters.You can relax in a relaxing environment of 530 square meters of land, 120 square meters of ancient house-style villas, and 20 square meters of balcony. You can cook in the kitchen if you bring your own ingredients. * Located in a quiet villa area, the following things are prohibited by the rules of the villa area. ・ Being loud or noisy after sunset ・ Acts of using fire such as bonfires and fireworks ・ Collection of wild vegetables outside the premises of the facility
$114 per night
Home in 南伊豆町
Izu Cliff House. Open Ocean Views. National Park.
This modernist cliff-side villa was built in 1971 and sits alone inside a coastal National Park on the southern tip of Japan's stunning Izu Peninsula. The glass-fronted home and deck were designed to maximize the open views of the Pacific Ocean. - Authentic example of Japanese modernist architecture. - Close to famous beaches, hiking trails, hot springs and temples. - No other buildings within view. - Natural setting, total privacy. - West-facing for stunning sunsets. - Best views in Izu.
$411 per night
Home in 京都市
<Kouhaku Machiya> 2-min walk to Kitano Tenmangu
2-minute walk from Kitano Tenmangu Shrine, famous for its plum blossoms and autumn leaves! An Outdoor bath made of Shigaraki ceramics.Enjoy the feeling of traveling and stay as if you were living in a house with a washing machine, kitchen and tableware. Please relax comfortably in a well-equipped machiya house with a Kyoto-like atmosphere.
$279 per night

Japan vacation rentals

Cabin in Nagano
Elegant, secluded cabin for couples & families
$205 per night
Cabin in Isumi-shi
Brooklyn ✖️ Entire log house. BBQ Higashiya is also available for light rain BBQ! There is a high-speed optical line. A 5-minute walk by sea and a 5-minute drive by supermarket
$77 per night
Tiny home in Shinano, Kamiminochi District
Anoie Private Sauna House with Stunning Views of Lake Nojiri
$352 per night
Cottage in Saku
Sanson Terrace - Trojan Waltz
$173 per night
Hut in Sakuho-machi
Sanson Terrace "silkworm house"
$88 per night
Chalet in Sakuho, Minamisaku District
Sanson Terrace "hut Juksul"
$118 per night
Cabin in Atami
Hill-Top Log-Cabin House:ocean view/hot springs/
$148 per night
Home in Atami
【Fireplace & Hot Spring】Private Log-House in Atami
$134 per night
Villa in Tsumagoi, Agatsuma District
Open! Rock food ("Sleepy")
$497 per night
Home in Shinano, Kamiminochi District
Small cabin "Mökki" by the creek for one group only per day
$164 per night
Home in Atami
【Atami-Kaiun】PrivateSpace/110㎡/Ocean View/WoodDec
$131 per night
Private room in Kyoto
[SSN] Newly Renovated Japanese Temple Room for Two
$69 per night

House rentals with jacuzzis in Japan

Home in Isumi
Beach Cabin with Private Pool and Jacuzzi on the Beach (Sleeps 6)
$82 per night
Home in 西牟婁郡
Villa★Pool & BBQ Grill★Sunning Sea view
$122 per night
Home in 高山市天満町5丁目
Near by 高山 Station with "Open -air bath" "Digging”
$179 per night
Home in Minamiboso
Entire Adult Paradise/Ocean View/Sauna/Pool/Dome Tent
$784 per night
Home in Gobo
Ultimate Boutique Entire Villa Private & Secure Accommodation for up to 10
$123 per night
Home in Shimoda
Entire trailer house with stunning views of the ocean/Entire property with Jacuzzi, BBQ and fire pit
$607 per night
Home in Karuizawa, Kitasaku District
LAKESIDE HOUSE 10-min drive from Karuizawa Sta.
$316 per night
Home in 国頭郡
Ranakai House 3 minutes to the beach, 5 minutes to the Blue Cave, 160 m ² ocean view BBQ workout for 16 people
$277 per night
Home in 恩納村
450 ㎡ Onna village mountain top sea view pool 5 BR 3 bath big garden C swimming pool
$358 per night
Home in Toshima-ku
TokyoIkebukuro3floors New LuxuryHouse Shinjuku8min
$80 per night
Home in Kyoto
Stylish Modern Kyo-Machiya 500m From 金閣寺 W /Dryer
$76 per night
Home in Shimoda-shi
Hill Top House With Spa Bath Kisami, Shimoda
$361 per night

Vacation rentals with jacuzzis in Japan

Earthen home in Koshimizu city, Shari province 斜里郡小清水町
Tida House (Hand-made strawbale house!)
$64 per night
Cabin in いすみ市
(Isumi) The Governor's Retreat@The Enclave 〜「総督庵」〜
$179 per night
Tiny home in Ichinomiya, Chōsei-gun
Tiny House Ichi (5 min walk from station) Container tiny house with private open-air bath
$127 per night
Hut in Inashiki
Entire building! BBQ tools are free! There is a fire pit, pizza pot, and Goemon bath. Beer server. Heated in all rooms. Pick up and drop off available.
$231 per night
Hut in Ōmachi-shi
Large, traditional country house with hot spring!
$388 per night
Villa in Hokuto-shi
Grand Alps View/Jacuzzi & Spa/Luxe Lodge
$371 per night
Guest suite in Shizuoka
UWANOSORA Vacation Rental Shizuoka
$184 per night
Serviced apartment in Minamiboso
Ocean view from every room/Jacuzzi/BBQ/Big monitor/UMInoTERRACE Senkura
$406 per night
Cabin in Nanjo-city Tamagusuku
Okinawan traditional village 5min from ocean
$173 per night
Townhouse in 京都市
(Near Gion)Machiya inside a temple, stay with Zen.
$322 per night
Vacation home in Minami Ward, Kyoto
[Ji · Inomachi-kita] Kyomachiya Kyoto Station 5 minutes, Shinkakuyaki Bathtub, Tsubaki 2 Bed 
$220 per night
Villa in Hakuba, Kitaazumi District
[New house] Near ski resort, free parking, oversized bathroom.
$434 per night

Your guide to Japan

Welcome to Japan

Whether you’re new to Japan or you’ve traveled here many times, this country of 430 inhabited islands will unveil a new facet at every turn. You can take in the lakes and shrines surrounding Mount Fuji, the brilliant building-high signs of Osaka, the ancient temples of Kyoto, and the avant-garde architecture on remote Naoshima Island. Tokyo is a feast for urban aesthetes, with globally chic design stores, fashion boutiques, and cocktail bars, while the dramatic gorges and vapor-wrapped volcanos of Hokkaido’s national parks will thrill lovers of the outdoors.

It’s hard not to make Japanese cuisine a cornerstone of your visit, whether you’re sampling your way through regional styles of ramen or honoring the season’s most evocative ingredients with an elegant kaiseki meal. The twin assets of Japanese hospitality and the country’s well-designed infrastructure make it easy to experience Japan’s many delights, traveling between megacities and remote coastal villages.

When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Japan?

Though it’s hard to make generalizations about an archipelago that stretches 1,900 miles, Japan is generally considered to have a temperate subtropical climate, with hot, humid summers, cool but mild winters, and a distinct spring and fall. The farther from Tokyo you travel, of course, the more you’ll want to consult local conditions. The climate in the snowy northern island of Hokkaido — where winter temperatures dip below freezing for a month or two — can be quite different from that of semi-tropical Okinawa in the south, where humid 90-degree summer days are the norm. On the main island of Honshu, spring (March-May) and autumn (September-November) are the most comfortable, not to mention the most popular times to visit. The landscape is at its most expressive then, especially during Japan’s famed cherry-blossom season in late March and early April. If you are traveling to Japan in late summer, monitor the weather reports for tropical cyclones blowing in from the Pacific Ocean, and keep in mind, September and October are the height of the country’s rain season, so bring waterproof outerwear as well as indoor plans.

What are the top things to do in Japan?

Kyoto’s Higashiyama District

As the imperial seat for more than a millennium, Kyoto has preserved hundreds of stunning temples, palaces, gardens, and of course, the legendary geisha districts. The historic Higashiyama District is one of the most atmospheric corners in this tradition-minded city, and you can spend hours wandering down narrow streets lined with wood-frame houses and centuries-old artisan shops, darting into side streets to peek in small shrines, before visiting the 1,200-year-old Kiyomizudera temple, with its terrace overlooking downtown. Higashiyama shines brightest during the 10-day Hanatoro festival in March, when thousands of paper lanterns appear.

Hiking in the Japanese Alps

Seventy percent of Japan’s landmass is covered in mountain ranges, which curve along the entire sweep of the archipelago. One of the most glorious spots in the northern Japanese Alps is the 673-square-mile Chūbu-Sangaku National Park, located between Toyama and Nagano, 150 miles northwest of Tokyo. In the summer, you can hike along the Azusa river at Kamikochi, seek out the hot springs around Okuhida, or if you’re an experienced mountaineer, trek from mountain hut to mountain hut (make reservations beforehand). In winter, skiers and snowboarders make pilgrimages to the resorts at Hakuba.

Island-Hopping in Okinawa

If you don’t think of traveling to Japan for sublime beach time, you’ve never visited the Okinawan archipelago at the southern end of Japan. Using Okinawa City as your base, you can take ferries or short flights to reach some of its 160 far-flung islands. Go snorkeling in the clear turquoise waters surrounding Tokashiki Island, where clownfish and butterfly fish dart among the coral reefs. Loll on the powdery white-sand beaches of Hateruma Island. Wander around historic houses with tiled roofs and sculptures on Taketomi Island. Everywhere you go, you can sample Okinawa’s distinctive Ryukyuan cuisine, which incorporates influences from China and southeast Asia.

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