Ready for the coolest hotels in Osaka, Japan? From onsen hotels to ones with free ramen, this is my guide to where to stay in Osaka!
Japan Travel Blogs
These are all of my Japan travel blogs at An Adventurous World
Ahhhh Japan. I can’t tell you how much I love Japan and it is quickly becoming one of my favourite countries in the world.
It is one of the most vibrant places I’ve ever been too, and you can genuinely feel the buzzing atmosphere in mega cities like Tokyo and Osaka. As soon as you get out of the cities though the country really opens up to you.
There’s the iconic Mt Fuji, incredible waterfalls dotted all over the place, onsen towns where you can bathe in natural hot springs, and a rough and rugged coastline too.
On the surface Japan seems extremely sleek and modern, but as soon as you scratch below the surface the country is steeped in culture and traditions.
Then there’s the food – sashimi, sushi, ramen, wagyu beef – I could go on and on here but the food is incredible.
For those of you looking for some advice and information on where to go, what to do, how much it costs, and a load of other questions too, then make sure you check out my two weeks in Japan itinerary as a starting point.
Take a look at all my Japan travel blogs and hopefully you’ll be inspired to visit Japan!
Do you fancy going to one of the craziest shows on Earth? Then check out my guide to the Robot Restaurant in Tokyo (including ticket discount!)
Are you looking for the best food tours in Tokyo? From exploring Tsukiji Fish Market to the ultimate ramen experience, these are 8 food tours you need to try!
Warning: You are about to come across some of the coolest hotels in Tokyo. Expect things like dinosaur staff, Helly Kitty rooms & futuristic capsule hotels!
Are you planning a trip to Japan? From where to go to, what to do and loads of other useful advice, this is my Japan two week itinerary to help you on your way!
Thinking of doing the Kumano Kodo trek in Japan? From advice to accommodation, this is all you need to know about hiking the Kumano Kodo!