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37 Hotels found in Sakai

37 Hotels, Rooms and Apartments in Sakai

Hotel Agora Regency Osaka Sakai

Hotel Agora Regency Osaka Sakai

4-45-1 Ebisujima-cho Sakai-ku - View on map

- Sakai

Hotel Agora Regency Osaka Sakai is one of the standard hotels in Sakai

Nightly rates as low as

₦578.67 / night

Comfort Hotel Sakai

Comfort Hotel Sakai

1-5-1 Ryujinbashi-cho Sakai-ku - View on map

- Sakai

Comfort Hotel Sakai is one of the standard hotels in Sakai

Nightly rates as low as

₦186.83 / night

APA Hotel Sakai-Ekimae

APA Hotel Sakai-Ekimae

6-28-4 Ebisujimacho Sakai-ku - View on map

- Sakai

APA Hotel Sakai-Ekimae is one of the standard hotels in Sakai

Nightly rates as low as

₦209.81 / night

Hotel Route-Inn Sakaidekita Inter

Hotel Route-Inn Sakaidekita Inter

4-5-31 Nishiohama-kita - View on map

- Sakaide

Hotel Route-Inn Sakaidekita Inter is one of the standard hotels in Sakai

Nightly rates as low as

₦227.48 / night

Daiwa Roynet Hotel Sakai-Higashi

Daiwa Roynet Hotel Sakai-Higashi

5-13 Shinmachi Sakai-ku - View on map

- Sakai

Daiwa Roynet Hotel Sakai-Higashi is one of the standard hotels in Sakai

Nightly rates as low as

₦217.76 / night

Fine Sakai - Adults Only

Fine Sakai - Adults Only

1-1-9 Hamadera Ishizu-cho Nishi - View on map

- Sakai

Fine Sakai - Adults Only is one of the standard hotels in Sakai

Nightly rates as low as

₦118.07 / night

Fine Garden Sennboku - Adults Only

Fine Garden Sennboku - Adults Only

740 Taiheiji Nishi-ku - View on map

- Sakai

Fine Garden Sennboku - Adults Only is one of the standard hotels in Sakai

Nightly rates as low as

₦177.11 / night

Fine Garden Sakai - Adults Only

Fine Garden Sakai - Adults Only

1-1-5 Hamadera Ishizu-cho Nishi-Ku - View on map

- Sakai

Fine Garden Sakai - Adults Only is one of the standard hotels in Sakai

Nightly rates as low as

₦141.67 / night

Hotel Olive Sakai - Adults Only

Hotel Olive Sakai - Adults Only

1-1-17, Hamadera Ishizuchonishi Nishi-ku - View on map

- Sakai

Hotel Olive Sakai - Adults Only is one of the standard hotels in Sakai

Nightly rates as low as

₦196.77 / night

Private Guesthouse Sora

Private Guesthouse Sora

359-7 Minaminoda, Higashi-ku - View on map

- Sakai

Private Guesthouse Sora is a pretty decent hotel in Sakai

Nightly rates as low as

₦187.07 / night

Kyukamura Echizen-Mikuni

Kyukamura Echizen-Mikuni

15-45, Saki, Mikuni-cho - View on map

- Sakai

Kyukamura Echizen-Mikuni is one of the standard hotels in Sakai

Nightly rates as low as

₦516.80 / night

Kyukamura Sanuki-Goshikidai

Kyukamura Sanuki-Goshikidai

3042, Ohyabu-cho - View on map

- Sakaide

Kyukamura Sanuki-Goshikidai is one of the standard hotels in Sakai

Nightly rates as low as

₦481.96 / night

Osaka Guest House Drummer's Dream

Osaka Guest House Drummer's Dream

2-51-1, Minamijimacho, Sakai-ku - View on map

- Sakai

Osaka Guest House Drummer's Dream is a pretty decent hotel in Sakai

Nightly rates as low as

₦147.99 / night

Hotel Sunplaza Annex

Hotel Sunplaza Annex

1-1-20 Ryujinbashicho,Sakai-ku - View on map

- Sakai

Hotel Sunplaza Annex is one of the standard hotels in Sakai

Nightly rates as low as

₦223.02 / night

Hotel Sunplaza

Hotel Sunplaza

1-1-20 Ryujinbashi-cho - View on map

- Sakai

Hotel Sunplaza is a pretty decent hotel in Sakai

Nightly rates as low as

₦367.73 / night

Onyado Nono Sakaiminato Natural Hot Spring

Onyado Nono Sakaiminato Natural Hot Spring

216 Taisho-cho - View on map

- Sakaiminato

Onyado Nono Sakaiminato Natural Hot Spring is a pretty decent hotel in Sakai

Nightly rates as low as

₦302.55 / night

Tsubaki House

Tsubaki House

2266-1, Kurotsuchicho, Kita-ku - View on map

- Sakai

Tsubaki House is a pretty decent hotel in Sakai

Nightly rates as low as

₦92.49 / night

Hotel Stella - Adults Only

Hotel Stella - Adults Only

6-1-3, Kaino-cho Higashi, Sakai-ku - View on map

- Sakai

Hotel Stella - Adults Only is one of the standard hotels in Sakai

Nightly rates as low as

₦262.14 / night

Hotel Tsubaki Inn

Hotel Tsubaki Inn

2266-2, Kurotsuchi-cho, Kita-ku - View on map

- Sakai

Hotel Tsubaki Inn is one of the standard hotels in Sakai

Nightly rates as low as

₦227.03 / night

Hotel Ohirune Racco Sakai - Adult Only

Hotel Ohirune Racco Sakai - Adult Only

2-249 Hamadera-Funaocho-Higashi Nishi-ku - View on map

- Sakai

Hotel Ohirune Racco Sakai - Adult Only is one of the standard hotels in Sakai

Nightly rates as low as

₦189.11 / night

About Japan

Japan is home to about 127 million people, only inhabiting approximately 430 of its 6,852 islands. Its capital city, Tokyo is located on the Honshu Island, the largest of all the islands. Tokyo is a popular spot for its insistence on mixing the ultramodern with the traditional as is evident in its waterfront sushi bars and its historic temples and Imperial Castle.


The best times to travel to Japan are between March and May which mark the Spring season in the country, although travellers who might want to engage in Japan’s famous ski season might consider traveling between December and February instead.  In Japan, the official language is Japanese, with over 7 different dialects of the language and the population is predominantly either Shinto or Buddhist with a few minorities in Islam and Christianity. The traditional foods of Japan are based on rice with miso (fermented soy) soup and an emphasis on seasonal ingredients like persimmon, sweet potatoes and the Pacific Saury. It is worthy of note that Japan has the most restaurants with Michelin stars in the world.

 

The most effective way to travel through Japan is the use of its Shinkansen (or bullet trains), one of the fastest trains in the world, although there are bus routes that connect the most remote places and tourist attractions. Travellers going to Japan generally need not worry about crimes like mugging or theft since Japan is considered to be one of the safest places in the world, ranking top ten in the Global Peace Index. Natural disasters like earthquakes, which Japan has become quite infamous for, also seem to be occurring less frequently in recent times with the last earthquake having been recorded in December 2012.

 

There are hundreds of interesting places to see in Japan,  the most notable of which include:

 

  • Mount Fuji: Japan’s most distinguished landmark, and highest mountain peak towering almost 4000 meters.
  • Imperial Palace: Most famous spot in Tokyo, with 17th-century parks surrounded by moats and walls. Parts of it closed off to the public are still in use by the Imperial family.
  • Hiroshima Memorial Park: Built to commemorate the many lives lost in the world’s first nuclear strike, the Hiroshima Park is a symbol of the lasting peace Hiroshima has since become.
  • Osaka Castle: Built by famous warrior Toyotomi Hideyoshi in 1586, the Osaka castle covers about 60,000 square metres and stands five stories tall from the outside (eight on the inside) atop a stone foundation designed to protect its inhabitants from attackers.

 

Japan is such a culturally rich country that there is almost one festival or activity to partake in. An example is the Gion Matsuri Festival in Kyoto which takes place throughout the entire month of July. Other notable festivals include the Awa Odori festival in Tokushima taking place between 12th and 15th of August, the Yuki Matsuri in Sapporo which features gigantic snow sculptures in February and a host of others. Popular activities for tourists include visiting Tokyo’s Disneyland, the Japan Rail Pass, shopping in the massive train districts, and visiting the numerous themed parks scattered around Tokyo, one of which is VR-themed in Shinjuku.


One of the most fascinating things about Japan and its people is their love and appreciation of the Sakura blossom (Cherry blossom). The Cherry Blossoms only bloom for about a week in Japan and naturally, the country prides itself on knowing when precisely the little pink flowers will first come to life. It is quite commonplace for TV screens to track where the flowers will first come to life and where they will be seen next.

 

Staying in Japan can either be extremely frugal with tourists having the option of staying in hostels and dorms for between $12 and $25 per person or on the other side of the spectrum with lodging costing about $70 per person in business hotels.