#1 Honeymoon in Japan: Romantic Stay at the Ryokan
Romance is a sure thing in a Japanese ryokan. The traditional hotel features their own unique charm, like the staff wear kimonos. For your own convenience, there is usually yukata or Japanese bathrobes to wear. Ryokans are available for large or small wedding parties.
#2 Honeymoon in Japan: “Takkyubin” or free from annoying baggage
There is nothing more annoying than having to carry around heavy luggage when you arrive at your honeymoon destination. In Japan, there is a practical service called Takkyubin. At the airport in Tokyo are just two of the Takkyubin services. You can leave your luggage at the airport, and a service will bring it directly to your hotel. This service is nice, especially if you plan to make several stops on your honeymoon. While you take in the next attraction, your luggage is already being brought to the hotel. The only catch: The transport can take up to 24 hours. Therefore, you should take this into account before booking.
#3 Honeymoon in Japan: Private “Onsen” bath
On your honeymoon, you can enjoy a relaxing bath together. Some properties in Japan offer private “Onsen” baths in the room or outdoor area. The Japanese hot baths relax the mind and body.
#4 Honeymoon in Japan: “Kaiseki” seduces the senses
A treat for the senses: Kaiseki is a traditional Japanese form of dinner. It consists of at least five small delights. In many ryokan accommodations, Kaiseki is served for lunch and sometimes for breakfast.
#5 Honeymoon in Japan: Dine in a Michelin-starred restaurants
In Tokyo, there are over 400 Michelin-starred restaurants. For a candle-light dinner these are recommended, even though it will cost a pretty penny. But what is the saying? You only get married once.
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