Several associations in Japan aim at promoting tourism to the area, support their member facilities, develop educational and training programs as well as offer on-line guides to Japan accommodation and reservation. All Japan hotels are exceptionally clean and professionally staffed - a general requirement of each association's membership.
The Japan Hotel Association joins leading Japan hotels and presents those (approximately three hundred members) on www.j-hotel.or.jp/welcome-e.html. Each member of the Japan Hotel Association is approved by the government according to several criteria and standards.
The Japan City Hotel Association lists many moderately priced hotels in the main cities throughout Japan on www.jcha.or.jp. The Japan City Hotel Association was founded in 1971 and authorized as an incorporated association in 1974 by the National Land and Transportation Ministry. The organization aims at providing safe and comfortable accommodations at reasonable prices and also helps reasonably priced hotels improve their facilities and services. The Japan City Hotel Association helps its members to strive for better services and more conveniences; it also aims at contributing to developing tourism in Japan and consequently promoting an international friendship.
All hotels featured on the Japan City Hotel Association's website are actually comfortable, clean and moderately priced. You can reserve a fine business hotel in Tokyo at five thousand seven hundred and seventy five JP Yen, which is actually a money-saving variant for many businessmen traveling to Japan. Checking the rooms' availability and online reservation is available; moreover, the online reservation is often a discounted option. The Japan City Hotel Association also provides each property with a map and transportation information, hotel photos, and information about places of interest next to the hotel.
The Japan City Hotel Association's website provides a valuable connection to Accommodations Japan, an accommodation information service that lists over one thousand hotels and other accommodation facilities, comprising ryokans, youth hostels and guest houses (private homes and pensions) from across Japan. The search for accommodation can be based on different criteria based, such as an area of location, a room charge, a type of accommodation facility and rooms. The online reservation is also available. Here you can also read information about traditional Japanese ryokans, rules of this accommodation type, customs and traditions.
The Japan Tourist Hotel Association is a nonprofit organization, established fifty years ago. Today, it has more than sic thousand affiliated members all over Japan. Under the government supervision, all members subscribe to the Hygiene Code and Damage Indemnification Code, offering very reliable and qualified services for the guests. The Association's members present two types of accommodation, traditional Japanese ryokans and Western-style hotels. The member hotels of the Japan Tourist Hotel Association, from budget to luxury, can be found on www.nikkanren.or.jp/english.