Nobel prize winner writer Yasunari Kawabata, great writer Yukio Mishima, and plenty more writers usually used to stay at the hotel as a sort of their "workplace in Tokyo." Warm hospitality the staff offer, 5 minutes walk from the nearest station, calm location on a hilltop . . . You might find more reasons why this classical hotel, started business since 1954, has been loved by not only writers but also "ordinary" people for such a long time if you actually visit.
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Log Home "Mori no Cory" in Okutama (Airbnb available)
You might be surprised to know that more than one-third of the total land area of Tokyo is covered by forest, and almost all o..