Discover the wonders of the island coast of the Far East by staying in a vacation home in Japan. The Land of the Rising Sun has some three thousand islands, all waiting to be discovered. Futuristic cities and unspoiled nature, timeless rituals and ancient traditions await you for a vacation full of emotions!
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Price and Availability Index in Japan
Vacation Rental Price Information in Japan
By constantly analyzing our data, we created a graph to show you the fluctuation of prices in Japan. The average accommodation price reaches its highest point in april (4/29 - 5/6), at $161 per night. March is the cheapest month to book your vacation rental getaway, so make sure to consider it when planning your next trip.
Rental Availability Information in Japan
This graph displays the availability of vacation rentals in Japan over the next 12 months. The most popular time of year to visit Japan is March. In contrast, the month with the highest availability rate in Japan is May.
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Vacation homes in Japan, in the Land of the Rising Sun
1. The gastronomy of health
Surely you are all familiar with the best-known Japanese dishes such as sushi, sashimi and tempura, which come with soy, wasabi and ponzu sauces. But the specialties of this land are numerous and all tasty!
Common bases for almost all recipes are rice, undon noodles and wheat noodles, used to make Okinawan soba soup and other specialties such as Sukiyaki. Among beverages, sake is certainly the most popular one along with tea, to be sipped with meals and with Japan's tasty, tall and fluffy pancakes.