Five romantic honeymoon hotels in Japan

13 December 2018 | Japan | Our Favourites | By Guest Author
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Amanemu

Amanemu

Isa Shima National Park

With its superb luxury and stunning peaceful location, the Amanemu is perfect for honeymooners. The property provides the relaxation offered by a traditional Japanese hot spring spa, but with the high level of sophistication that you should expect from an Aman resort. The spa is simply amazing, and the Nagi Suite has the best uninterrupted views of Ago Bay, famous for its pearl harvest.

Hoshinoya

Hoshinoya

Kyoto

Previously the retreat of a Kyoto merchant, Hoshinoya is a luxury ryokan composed of traditional Japanese buildings set in a stunning wooded location. Every room has a river view, and you reach the property by a romantic 10 minute journey in a traditional cedar wood boat. Guest rooms feature hand blocked wallpaper, sliding doors, heated wooden floors and deep cedar wood bath tubs.

Gora Kadan

Gora Kadan

Hakone National Park

This glorious deluxe ryokan has its own volcanic hot spring onsen, and was once a summer residence for members of the Japanese Imperial family. The tatami style rooms feature treats such as deep wooden bathtubs, open air stone baths, wrap-around balconies and private saunas - perfect for a romantic retreat.

Tobira Onsen Myojinkan

Tobira Onsen Myojinkan

Matsumoto

Hidden in a forested National Park in the mountains north-west of Tokyo, the Myojinkan offers romantic seclusion with Zenlike Japanese luxury, not to mention four simply irresistible hot mineral pools in the garden. Rooms feature sliding screens and huge windows looking onto the natural surroundings, and some have private hot spring baths of their own - ideal for blissing out in peace. 

The Celestine

The Celestine

Kyoto

This boutique in the heart of Kyoto offers excellent value for honeymooners, with its stylish interiors, large public baths and access to some of this ancient city's most extraordinary sights. Enjoy a high standard of service in a calm welcoming space, and dine on traditional kaseiki meals in the evenings - perfect after a day exploring Kyoto.

Speak to one of our Japan Honeymoon Specialists on +44 (0)1273 670 001, or send us your enquiry.

Five romantic honeymoon hotels in Japan