When considering your future travel to Japan, one of the biggest decisions is where to stay and what to expect once you arrive.
Japan is one of the cleanest countries and hygiene-focused cultures in the world, a fact that should be reassuring when planning your visit. Nevertheless, it’s worth considering the type of accommodation you will book while here and the relative positives – in terms of hygiene and social distancing – of each option.
International visitors to Japan have the choice of a large variety of accommodation. Many will be familiar however some – including ‘ryokan’, ‘minshuku’, ‘shukubo and others – may be less well understood.
With that in mind, our ‘Choosing Your Accommodation’ page introduces some of the most common types of accommodation Japan including what to expect and their relative positives in terms of cleanliness and social distancing.
Following-on from that, we also list some good questions to ask prior to booking to help avoid any surprises or problems once you arrive.
This page is provided as part of our ‘Clean Green & Healthy’ campaign. We hope it helps in planning your future travel to Nagano and Central Japan with peace of mind.
Should you have any questions about visiting Central Japan, feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.