Here are the 10 most popular Airbnbs in Japan
Whether you are planning a day trip out of Tokyo or visit one of Japan’s many amazing sites summer destinations, the options are endless. While staying in a hotel can be nice, you might want to venture off the beaten path to these unique places. Airbnb housing instead.
The global vacation rental platform recently shared the top ten accommodations in Japan that its users added to their wishlists from May 1 to May 17 this year. From a seaside cabin in Chiba to a traditional Japanese home in Nagano, these beautiful accommodations could be your next vacation destination.
This amazing villa in Gifu Prefecture comes with an outdoor sauna (top photo). The property is located along the peaceful Yoshida River, which becomes popular in the fall when the surrounding leaves begin to change color.
Rent the guest house of this picturesque property in the countryside of Tottori, where you will be hosted by a family of musicians and architects. Design enthusiasts will appreciate the Nordic-inspired interiors.
Treat yourself to a stay at this impressive home that was just completed in 2020. There is a private outdoor onsen and the place is just a five-minute drive from the beach.
This traditional Japanese house is equipped with a spacious terrace, a barbecue and a lawn where you can relax. It’s a great option if you have kids and pets.
Located in the heart of Osaka, this convenient property is just ten minutes from Universal Studios Japan. And it can accommodate up to seven people. It’s also a six-minute walk to the Tempozan district, which is full of shops and restaurants.
This unique property in Kyoto is 100 years old Machiya (wooden townhouse) located within the grounds of a soothing temple. Its best feature is the gorgeous bathtub overlooking a Japanese garden.
This modern property in Ibaraki Prefecture comprises two small buildings and a large outdoor swimming pool. One building includes the kitchen, toilets and showers while the other houses the mezzanine and the sauna.
This spacious house in Atami offers ocean views and a traditional stone bath where you can soak in a natural hot spring. It can accommodate up to six people and also has a wonderful balcony.
This massive cottage in Chiba, which sleeps up to 13 people, has its own private outdoor pool and jacuzzi. To top it off, it offers stunning sea views and a poolside bar with a music system.
Get back to nature at this elegant log home nestled in the highlands of Iizuna, Nagano Prefecture. Surrounded by lush nature, this vacation home may seem secluded, but there’s plenty to do in the area, including hiking, golfing, and swimming in nearby onsen.
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