Japan's northeastern region of Tohoku is known for its abundant nature, making it perfect for glamping in the warmer months.
When glamping in Tohoku, you can enjoy staying in stylish tents and lodges, outdoor barbeques with the family, as well as cozy quality time around a bonfire. It's the perfect chance to enjoy a luxurious camping experience without the hassle of setting up tents or preparing supplies.
With facilities leaving guests feeling pampered through hotel-class services, more and more have been popping up throughout Japan!
Here we will introduce five glamping sites in the Tohoku region that you're sure to enjoy.
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1. Hawaiians Glamping Mauna Village (Fukushima Prefecture)

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To get to Hawaiians Glamping Mauna Village, you can take the JR Joban Line’s limited express train, Hitachi, from Tokyo Station to Yumoto Station (approximately two hours and ten minutes). From here, Spa Resort Hawaiians’ free shuttle bus takes you to the facility.
Another option is taking one of the free shuttle bus services leaving from major stations such as Tokyo Station, Shinjuku Station, and Yokohoma Station, enabling you to access the site without paying any transportation fees!

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At this large-scale facility, you can enjoy Hawaiian-themed glamping that will make you feel like you’re camping on one of Hawaii’s mountains!

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Fitting up to four guests each, you can choose from either the Grand Tent or Wood Cabin accommodation. A stay at one of these facilities comes with a free two-day pass to Spa Resort Hawaiians!
Additionally, the tent’s interior is faithful to the Hawaiian theme, incorporating the island’s fabrics and trinkets. Completely unwind in a beautiful space filled with a tropical atmosphere!

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Amenities offered at the Grand Tent include a face towel and toothbrush kit, while the Wood Cabin offers a face towel, bath towel, bath mat, toothbrush kit, and blow dryer.
What’s more, the large communal bath has shampoo, conditioner, body wash, razors, basic cosmetic products, combs, and a blow dryer. However, loungewear or pajamas are not included, so remember to bring a set from home!

Spa Resort Hawaiians’ Water Park! (Photo Courtesy of: Joban Kosan, Ltd)

A stage offering many traditional Polynesian performances! (Photo Courtesy of: Joban Kosan, Ltd)

For active families, we recommend spending the day at Spa Resort Hawaiians! Here you can enjoy one of Japan’s largest water slides, an enormous pool, and hula dancing performances!

What dinner might look like. (Photo Courtesy of: Joban Kosan, Ltd)

Dessert that comes with the barbeque course. (Photo Courtesy of: Joban Kosan, Ltd)

After a full day of enjoying all that Spa Resort Hawaiians has to offer, it’s time to check into the glamping facility!
Once this is done, dinner will be served! Here you can enjoy a barbeque of various meat and …

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