ONE@Tokyo is located at east of Tokyo, Oshiage area. It takes 3 minutes walk from Oshiage station on Keisei Line, Subway Toei Asakusa Line and Subway Hanzomon Line. From Oshiage station, it takes approx. 60 minutes from Narita Airport by Keisei Airport Access Express train, 40 minutes from Haneda...
Travel Dates: 19 May - 22 June 2020.
Red Roof Plus Osaka Namba
This hotel is located in the centre of Namba, one of the liveliest areas in Japan well-known as a town of food and comedy. Many restaurants, bars, and shops are all within walking distance from the hotel. Its convenient location is highly reputed by all guests with any travel needs in Osaka. The ...
Travel Dates: 1 - 31 March 2020
Park Hotel Tokyo
Park Hotel Tokyo is a luxurious hotel that satisfies the needs of all international clientele. Ideally situated in Shiodome, a flourishing center of business and culture. Our logo reflects the Park Hotel Tokyo's warm at-home hospitality, blue represents clean comfort, green is for nature, and red...
Travel Dates: 27 April - 31 May 2020
Afternoon Sushi Making Class
Master the delicate art of authentic Japanese sushi making and learn everything there is to know about dashi, miso, mirin and sake. Impress friends with your ability to prepare traditional rice and toppings, creating a multitude of colourful and delicious sushi. After being welcomed by the courte...
Travel Dates: 4 January - 30 December 2020
Art of Bonsai
Meet your tour guide at your hotel and head straight to Shinjuku station for your 30 minute train to Saitama. From here you will visit the spectacular Omiya Bonsai Village where you will learn all about the ancient and intricate art of Japanese bonsai. In Omiya, multiple bonsai nurseries and a su...
Travel Dates: 6 January - 25 December 2020
Say konnichiwa to Fuji-san
Japan's mountainous landscapes, hidden valleys, traditional gardens, onsens (hot springs), and ancient temples are bewitching. (Hanging out naked in hot springs with strangers may be confronting initially but it's supremely relaxing once you, well, relax!) Kyoto is stacked with 17 World Heritage sites, 1600 Buddhist temples and more than 400 Shinto shrines: it's a cultural gem. One of the best times to plan a holiday to Japan is in March–April: it's not too hot and cherry blossom season delights all who witness it. 'Golden Week' is late April–early May and everyone takes a holiday domestically then, so steer clear of that period if you can.
Not sure about the language barrier? You'll find where there's an adventure, there's a way – no matter what you speak.