Planning a trip to Japan or any destination around the world can be both fun and frustrating. If you are thinking about when and where to start, then read thru this article.

1. Choose which season in Japan that you would love to see and experience

The charm of Japan attracts millions of traveler each year. For many, Japan is a country of culture; a country that offers the opportunity; a country where Samurai is born; or even a country where they can splurge in leisure activities. At Tripcetera, we offer a wide selection of accommodation that can cater to various genre experience in Japan, so we got your bed in Japan covered!

Right by JR Kyoto Station: Department store, restaurant & shopping arcades. The hotel offers a perfect blend of traditional and contemporary Kyoto: rooms designed to reflect the heartwarming Kyoto tradition, business support, wide range of restaurants and bars, banquet rooms, pool and fitness center.1 min. walk from JR Kyoto Stn.Directly connected to Kyoto Stn.

Finding the right accommodation that can meet your expectations and knowing what motivates you should be your main priority. If you are thinking about choosing the right climate cycle for your next trip to Japan, then let’s take a brief look about the four climate seasons of its key regions.

Enjoy sightseeing mainly in the Higashiyama area of Kyoto, where all the traditional elements of the city can be seen. There are many souvenir shops on the street leading to Kiyomizu-dera Temple.

The climate of Japan is predominantly temperate and predictable, thanks to Japan’s weather forecast and early warning systems. However, each region and cities in Japan do vary from the northern island of Hokkaido to the southern island of Okinawa-Ryukyu. Furthermore, Japan’s geographical features itself are divided into six principal climatic zones namely: HokkaidoSea of JapanCentral HighlandSeto Inland Sea, Pacific Ocean, and the Ryukyu Islands

You can get to enjoy varieties of Kyoto’s cuisine in Urban Hotel Kyoto. It’s a 5-minute walk from Fukakusa station of Keihan line or an 8-minute drive from Kyoto Station. The guests can use the hotel as the base for Southern Kyoto sightseeing. Nearby sightseeing includes Fushimi Inari Shrine, Toji Temple, Kyoto Tower, and Nintendo World Headquarters.

Japan is an attractive destination. However, the flight costs and living expenses near the tourist spots are indeed steep. Based on this perspective, we conclude that there are two types of seasons in Japan. First – the aforementioned traditional lunisolar calendar or based on climate cycle. Second – the festive season, based on the combination of historical dates, public holidays and calendar of major events. So, which season should be best for your trip to Japan?

Let say you are avid fans of Japan’s classical history from the Heian era (平安時代 Heian jidai) from 794 to 1185, thus, you might want to discover the city of Kyoto (京都市). Kyoto city has more than 2000 heritage sites and noted for its authentic Japanese cuisine and luxurious crafts. At Tripcetera, we offer a wide selection of accommodation which starts from S$45++ adjacent to the oldest Kiyomizu-Dera Temple. Fushimi Inari Taisha Grand Shrine, Arashiyama, and other places of interest. We highly recommend you to spot the famous cherry blossom and autumn foliage that will be memorable and be the best backdrop for your social media feeds. By weighing in such factors, we advise you to plan your trip to Kyoto city during the Autumn season of mid-November to mid-December.

On this Kyoto tour, you’ll discover some of the magic of the city through cultural explorations and local experiences. Get to grips with everything Geisha related in the old town of Gion.

You may also want to check the dates from Japan Meteorological Agency records on the good timing to see the opening and full bloom of the Sakura blossoms from Kyūshū in late March to Hokkaidō in the middle of May (Also noted with the terms: sakura zensen, 桜前線 ). The cherry blossom is a great public interest in Japan thanks to its symbolism and the custom of flower viewing known as hanami.

2. Choose a destination in Japan based on the cultural festivities or interesting events

Perhaps a music festival in August is one of the activities that may interest you. Cities in Japan hosts yearly musical events that cater to a wide range of genre. If you are looking for an open-air experience with Rock music and related popular art scene, you might want to check major cities such as Osaka and Tokyo on mid to end of August. Be sure to book your accommodation in advance with Tripcetera so that you may get the best and comfy bed after a long day of musical experience!

Kyoto City (京都市 Kyōto-sh) is best known in Japanese history for being the former Imperial capital of Japan for more than one thousand years. book tour package in Kyoto with Tripcetera!

Looking thru the calendar of events, you can immediately know which dates should satisfy your preferences. From sporting events to local parades of ceremonies. As one of the best destinations in Asia, Japan hosts an extensive round of events throughout the year. If you do travel to Japan with families or group of friends, you might want to have a room with specific amenities. Let say you want a connecting door or smoking room or a place that provides halal foods. Such requests are rather challenging to get during peak. Be sure to book early with Tripcetera and pay thru a multi-layered secure payment channel via credit card and PayPal.

3. Travel to various destinations in Japan on off-peak

There are many popular cultures and memorabilia scattered within the many cities and islands of Japan. If you are a cultural aficionado and an avid fan of Japanese culture, you might also want to check out particular places that are convenient to go to during off-peak.

On this Kyoto tour, you’ll discover some of the magic of the city through cultural explorations and local experiences. First we’ll head to one of the city’s must-see sights, the Tofukuji Temple. Originally built in the 13th century, and famous for its traditional, yet modern, Zen garden, this is a great place to escape to a relaxed atmosphere in the city.

Let say you are looking for the best experience to learn more about Ninja’s history and how the people of Japan lived during the related period in time. You can visit the Iga-ueno Ninja Museum in Mie prefecture. There is not much difference in entrance fee or access to public transport on any season. However, on public holidays and peak season, many popular spots are crowded with tourists competing for just about anything.

Visit Kyoto and experience many of its famous tourist attractions all in one day with Tripcetera voucher!

If you do want to discover Japan at your own pace, we advise you to go AFTER the golden week somewhere in mid of May to June. Golden Week (or GW) is a week from the 29th of April to early May that combines a number of Japanese public holidays. The rates of hotels, flights, and leisure facilities also become reasonable during low seasons. You can also feel the freedom to choose and book your bed near to your dream destination in Japan with Tripcetera.

There you have it. Our very own tips in helping you to decide when is the best time to go to Japan! On your next trip, book your accommodation in via Tripcetera and enjoy great deals. You can choose from over 200K+ Hotel properties worldwide! Plan your holidays in 2019 with Tripcetera.com today!


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