Accommodation

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ACCOMMODATION

Japan abounds in accommodations, both western-style and Japanese. Types of accommodation vary widely in terms of style and price. You can choose to stay in the familiar comforts of a western-style hotel, or enjoy the comfort and personal attention of a traditional Japanese inn.

Accommodation

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    By taking time to search out some of the nation's less-publicized types of lodgings, you're sure to find clean and comfortable places to stay that suit your pocket. Below you will find plenty of information about accommodation in Japan to give you an idea of what to expect before booking your trip.

    A couple of quick things to note:

    Accommodation charge is subject to a consumption tax of 5%.
    First class hotels also impose a 10 to 15% service charge as well.

    Tipping is not customary except at top luxury ryokan, where a guest will tip a maid when she first serves tea in the room.

  • REGISTRATION PROCEDURE AT LODGING FACILITIES IN JAPAN

    Visitors to Japan are required to do the following when they check in to their lodging facilities in Japan.

    Fill in their "Nationality" and "Passport Number" as well as "Name", "Address", and "Occupation" on the guest registration form.

    Present their passports to be photocopied. (The proprietors of lodging facilities are obligated to keep the photocopies.) Your understanding and cooperation is appreciated.
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    For information on taxes and charges please see here

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