Japan is a Pacific Ocean nation comprised of over 6,000 different islands of varying sizes. Each region has its own distinct culture waiting to be explored outside your hotel in Japan. The four largest islands of Honshu, Hokkaido, Kyushu and Shikoku contain the main bulk of the 103 million people living in Japan. Hotels in these regions are easy to find due to the thriving industry along the coast. Honshu, the largest island, is home to cities such as Tokyo, Osaka, Kobe and Nagoya - thriving cities with international business and finance links.
Travellers coming to Japan can choose between a number of transportation options. The country has three large international airports: Tokyo Narita, Kansai in Osaka and Central Japan Airport in Nagoya. Fantastic hotels in Japan are located within easy reach of these locations. While staying at hotels in Japan, guests can explore a variety of Japanese pass-times, from bathing in a public Onsen to renting a karaoke room or watching a Sumo match. Additionally, the marvellous diversity of Japanese cuisine, from sushi to okonomiyaki, is waiting to be explored.