Ashley Holding
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Asakusa, Tokyo, Japan

Asakusa, Tokyo, Japan

Asakusa has the feeling of an “old” Tokyo, I think. You can visit the Sensoji (famous Buddhist Temple) and Asakusa Shrine or hit up some of the various shopping lanes

Asakusa has the feeling of an “old” Tokyo, I think. You can visit the Sensoji (famous Buddhist Temple) and Asakusa Shrine or hit up some of the various shopping lanes

Sensoji Pagoda, Tokyo

Sensoji Pagoda, Tokyo

Shinjuku, Tokyo, Japan 新宿 東京

Shinjuku, Tokyo, Japan 新宿 東京

Shinjuku Alley | Flickr

Shinjuku Alley | Flickr

Ryokan bedroom.  ## Would love to stay in one of these!

Ryokan bedroom. ## Would love to stay in one of these!

The Bamboo Forest at Arishiyama Kyoto, Japan.

The Bamboo Forest at Arishiyama Kyoto, Japan.

Nishiki-Tenman-Gu Shrine, Tokyo / 錦天満宮(京都) - @deepkaoru- #webstagram

Nishiki-Tenman-Gu Shrine, Tokyo / 錦天満宮(京都) - @deepkaoru- #webstagram

Important Cultural Property of Japan, Three story pagoda of Hokongo-in temple, Kyoto, Japan 金剛院 京都

Important Cultural Property of Japan, Three story pagoda of Hokongo-in temple, Kyoto, Japan 金剛院 京都

For a traveller there could hardly be a more Japanese combination: the ryokan (traditional inn) and the onsen (hot spring bath). In a ryokan, traditional Japanese architecture is complemented by a Japanese garden, but it’s the onsen ryokan, with access to natural hot spring pools, that offers the last word in relaxation. http://www.lonelyplanet.com/campaigns/healthy-holidays/?section=unwind&experience=relax-in-a-traditional-ryokan

For a traveller there could hardly be a more Japanese combination: the ryokan (traditional inn) and the onsen (hot spring bath). In a ryokan, traditional Japanese architecture is complemented by a Japanese garden, but it’s the onsen ryokan, with access to natural hot spring pools, that offers the last word in relaxation. http://www.lonelyplanet.com/campaigns/healthy-holidays/?section=unwind&experience=relax-in-a-traditional-ryokan