Ryokan Etiquette 旅館のマナー

  • Published on : 02/11/2014
  • by : L.R.
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The rules of serenity

Your trip to Japan would not be complete without a stay at a ryokan. These traditional Japanese hotels date back to the Edo period (1603-1868), and are used to accommodate travelers who roam Japan. A stay in a ryokan is a dive into Japanese aesthetics and spirit... which can be confusing. We'll give you some clues to the puzzle but won't spoil the fun.

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