Online Reservation Sites
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Following websites offer on-line reservations for hotels and ryokans of various categories nationwide. (listed in alphabetical order)
Get instant online booking for over 4,000 hotels and ryokan and over 1,000 tours, brought to you by Japan’s largest travel company, the JTBGroup. Find the perfect hotel, save money on hotel + train packages, or get the latest travel info from the experts at JAPANiCAN!
Jalan.net is one of the biggest online hotel and ryokan reservation service in Japan. Jalan.net provides thousands of hotels, ryokans, and many accommodations with low price and high quality.
Japan City Hotel Association
The Japan City Hotel Association would like to introduce you to hotels that are reasonably priced, comfortable, convenient and safe.
Japan Economy Hotel Group
Each member of the Japan Economy Hotel Group offers reasonable room rate, convenient location, and comfortable rooms with bath, toilet, air-conditioning, amenities, etc.
Japan Hotel Association
The Japan Hotel Association is composed of leading hotels representing every part of Japan. All member hotels have been approved by the Minister of Land, Infrastructure and Transport under the Law for the Improvement of International Tourist Hotel Facilities.
Japan Ryokan & Hotel Association
The Japan Ryokan & Hotel Association is one of the biggest nonprofit organization, composed of approximately 3,000 members of traditional Japanese style accommodations(Ryokan) and hotels in Japan. When you are staying in Japan, please choose a member of our association.
Japan Traveler Online
Japan Traveler Online is an online hotel reservation system for travelers to Japan. Enhanced line up of hotels for business, pleasure, or experience Japan with our selection of Japanese inn’s known as “Ryokan”.
Japan Youth Hostels, Inc
Youth Hostel, of which basic concept is to provide lodging place for anyone who wants to enjoy safe, pleasant and economical traveling, now extends its network by covering 80 countries all over the world with 5,500 hostels. In Japan, approximately 350 facilities are scattered throughout the country from Hokkaido to Okinawa, offering accommodation at very reasonable overnight fee about 3,000 yen per night.
Japanese Inn Group
Welcome to Japan! As members of the Japanese Inn Group (JIG), we cordially invite you to have a wonderful and unique experience in a traditional Japanese inn or “ryokan”.
Experience an assortment of undiscovered destinations by staying at a spectrum of traditional Japanese homes reborn as exclusive luxury lodgings. Every home is carefully prepared to ensure that you can relax in, as well as explore from, your very own home away from home.
All of 36 Kyukamura resorts are favorably situated within the territories of National Parks. You can get close to vast wilderness and have fun in a variety of recreational activities.
NTA On-line Reservation System
The NTA on-line reservation system allows you to check The Japan Hotel Pass and The Japan Ryokan Pass for room availability and also make reservations.
Okura Nikko Hotels
Each of our hotels has its own individual character and flavor, but all have something in common: a dedication to omotenashi-Japan’s culture of exceptional service, and attention to every detail of your stay.
Historic or Memorable Japanese Inns and Hotels in downtown Tokyo for the smart travelers.
Rakuten Travel is the biggest online hotel reservation company in Japan. Rakuten Travel offers substantial savings on regular hotel room rates. You have 24-hour access to real-time online booking and make a reservation anytime you want.
SELECTED ONSEN RYOKAN
“SELECTED ONSEN RYOKAN” is Japan’s largest multilingual portal site for onsen ryokans (Japanese hot spring inns). The site provides information on and reservation services of more than 200 carefully selected onsen ryokans in 4 languages and 5 versions (English, Korean, mainland China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan). The site introduces onsen ryokans all over Japan in unique perspectives, illustrating each ryokan under distinctive themes such as “Return to Nature,” “Health and Beautification,” “Local Foodstuff,” “No.1 in Japan,” etc. Travelers can make the best choice after understanding Japan’s original culture.