With its rich past and vibrant present, Japan is one of the most coveted vacation destinations out there. We’re excited to share our own Japanese vacation home rentals with you, which are sure to inspire your next trip.
Steps away from the sea, this oceanfront cottage presents a fusion of traditional Japanese simplicity and elements of rustic barn structures.
Fueled by the Mexican arts collective, the Casa Wabi Foundation, this artist retreat opens its doors to travelers 4 months out of the year for those searching for a unique and creative getaway.
As part of a live/work concept that includes gallery space and a tea room, Kura298 is a minimalist townhouse with an abundance of class and purple hues.
This house was designed as a modern homage to traditional Japanese “shop houses” with peaceful living spaces full of natural light, as well as soothing neutral colors and materials.
Sparse yet welcoming, minimal yet homey, the Mita Penthouse flaunts streamlined aesthetics characteristic of Japanese design that set a tranquil tone throughout.
A group of friends joined forces to restore two Kyo-Machiyas (wooden townhouses) in Kyoto with the help of local artisans to ensure culturally sensitive and traditional updates were made.
The Senraku House motto is: experience ‘living in Kyoto,’ not ‘visiting Kyoto.’ And true to this credo, it’s a traditional Japanese house that serves up an authentic taste of one of the world’s most beloved cities.
As a former tea-master’s home, it’s no wonder this restored Machiya includes traditional Japanese flair. A thoughtful restoration preserved many of its original features while incorporating complementary modern updates.
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