Nagoya, Ise-Shima, and the Kii Peninsula Hotels

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Nagoya, Ise-Shima, and the Kii Peninsula Hotel Reviews

Nagoya's lodging ranges from ryokan (traditional Japanese inns) and efficient business hotels to large luxury palaces. At Koya-san, temple accommodation is a fascinating experience. Furnishings in temples are spartan but sufficient, and the food is strictly vegetarian. You will probably be invited to attend the early-morning prayer service and fire ceremonies—an experience well worth getting up for. In addition to holidays, hotels can be busy in October and November owing to conferences held in Nagoya and autumn foliage outside the city. The large hotels in downtown Nagoya have English-speaking staff, but it's advisable to ask at the Tourist Information Center to make reservations for you outside the city.

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