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Tips for Discounted Japanese Ryokan and Hotel Bookings in Kitakami, Hanamaki, Tono (Iwate Prefecture)

  1. Book business hotels on weekends Hotels in the Japanese business districts of Iwate Prefecture tend to have discounted rates for weekend stays, including many special package offerings.

  2. Book resort stays on weekdays If your vacation time is flexible, try booking your Japanese tourist destination hotel nights in Kitakami, Hanamaki, Tono on weekdays to get better rates. Some of the ryokan, minshuku, and traditional inns in Kitakami offer exceptionally low rates on weekdays.

  3. Meals are frequently included At many ryokan and minshuku in Kitakami, Hanamaki, Tono meals are included. Be sure to verify what is included on the booking page

  4. Know your preferences Be sure you are aware of the type of bedding (Western or Japanese), and type of toilet (Western or Japanese) to avoid surprises. Some properties in Iwate Prefecture offer more traditional Japanese accomodations (which provide for an authentic experience), while some are more Western in style. Verify your preferences on the booking page.

  5. Register for hotel programs Be sure to to register for the frequent guest program for any hotel stays at larger chains in Japan, particularly in the larger cities of Iwate Prefecture. This allows you to both get points for free stays, and also opens up a world of perks including early check-in, late check-out, upgraded rooms, complimentary meals, and discounts. Even some of the smaller properties offer property specific programs for frequent guests in Kitakami.

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