In Ryokan is best to live in Kyoto.
Ryokan wrote love poetry too.
But there's one type of
accommodation that has preserved its tradition for centuries: the Ryokan.
Many Ryokan are located next to hot springs
that occur naturally close to Japan's many volcanoes.
The Ryokan was a place of sanctuary,
where the warriors could feel safe from attack by enemies.
Don't plan an evening out- you will want to enjoy the Ryokan experience to the full.
This Ryokan, a word that usually defines this type of establishments, has its
bases in the Japanese classical tradition.
Property rights are very strict in Japan,
and that's why there are ancient companies like Hoshi Ryokan(a traditional Japanese hotel).
Today, this accommodation comes in many forms, from historic and luxury styles,
to family-run minshuku and more modern hotels with Ryokan features.
The river views outside Arai Ryokan, a traditional Japanese inn founded in 1872,
with tatami-mat guest rooms, onsen baths, and even foot baths on some of the balcony guestrooms, are magical.
In one room, a Ryokan can fit up to 4-5 people,
although the price for each of these will not fall much, since the payment is made for the number of people.