In Japan, all-inclusive accommodation packages have recently gained a lot of attention! Generally, most accommodation facilities require separate fees for drinks, meals, services, and activities. Since all-inclusive packages enable you to enjoy your stay without paying extra, it’s become quite the popular option.
We will introduce all-inclusive hotel packages in Osaka, Kyoto, Nara, and Hyogo Prefecture. From bustling cities to fresh-aired suburbs, prepare to fall in love with stays filled with regional charm!

1. Nipponia Hotel Nara Naramachi: Experience the ancient capital of Nara while delighting in delicious sake! (Nara Prefecture)

Scattered around the ancient capital of Nara are well-known historical monuments. These include Todaiji Temple, famous for its large Buddha statue; Kasuga Taisha Shrine; and Kofuku-ji Temple.
An eight-minute walk from the centrally located Kintetsu-Nara Station is Nipponia Hotel Nara Naramachi.
“Naramachi” refers to an area that was once on the grounds of the World Cultural Heritage Site, Gankoji Temple.
Starting with traditional Japanese merchant houses with lattice doors called machiya, here you’ll be greeted with townscapes that showcase architecture from the Edo period (1603-1867) to the Taisho period (1912-1926).
As rows of wooden homes tell tales of handed-down tradition, Nipponia Hotel stands quietly on one of the neighborhood’s street corners.

An illustrative photo of sake (Japanese rice wine).

This facility is centered around a sake hotel theme. In fact, with a water vein from Kasuga Taisha Shrine flowing underground, it was once known for being home to many sake breweries.
Nipponia Hotel Nara Naramachi has renovated one such brewery, known as the Nara Toyosawa Sake Brewery, into an alluring accommodation facility.
Nara Toyosawa Sake Brewery is said to be the first in Japan to use rice during the sake-making process! A stay here will guarantee an opportunity to experience the charm of Nara’s long history.

Nipponia Hotel Nara Naramachi offers a total of eight guest rooms! While keeping the charms of a traditional Japanese home, rooms also take comfort into consideration by providing sofas, beds, and modern bathrooms.
What’s more, designs for each room are inspired by what it previously functioned as. Whether it used to be a brewery, tearoom, or a hanare (detached building), these spaces are sure to charm you with their undeniable uniqueness!
Additionally, a stay here comes with some extraordinary experiences! This includes a sake lee bath using Nara Toyosawa Sake Brewery’s sake lees, as well as an aromatic Japanese cypress bath that’s said to promote blood circu…

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