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Agoda Offers Affordable Accommodation in Japan

Agoda presents affordable accommodations to the new favorite destination of Filipino travelers, one of Asia’s leading hotel booking sites and part of Nasdaq-listed Priceline Group (Nasdaq:PCLN), has some great news for Filipino travelers with Japan on their bucket list! Recent news coverage has highlighted the fact that Japan has seen a huge increase in Pinoys. There are a lot of factors that have contributed to this, most notably an increase of the number of direct flights from Manila and Cebu and Japan’s more relaxed visa policy toward Filipinos.

Mount Fuji in Japan
Mount Fuji

To help Filipino travelers make the most of their vacations, is presenting some great hotel options in Tokyo, Osaka and Nagoya for your upcoming holidays. With these awesome deals, Filipino explorers can spend less time worrying about hotels and more time planning their itinerary. Face your fear of heights by going up to the Tokyo Sky Tree, stroll through the beautiful imperial gardens, experience magic at The Wizarding World of Harry Potter, be mesmerized by Osaka Castle, or eat sushi and ramen until you can’t move.

Tokyo Hotels

Hotel Gracery Shinjuku 3.5* (Check Rates)

Hotel Gracery Shinjuku
Hotel Gracery Shinjuku

A favorite with Filipino travelers, Tokyo’s Shinjuku neighborhood is perfect for those willing to shell out a little more than the usual. Hotel Gracery Shinjuku offers standard double rooms (good for two) for only P5,127 without taxes. The establishment is also known as the Godzilla Hotel. You definitely won’t miss the iconic reptile once you see the property. The room has the usual amenities such as water, coffee, towels, and hairdryer but they also have a feather comforter which makes it the perfect nest after a full day of exploring. On foot, the establishment is just 5 minutes away from the JR Shinjuku Station and 3 minutes away from Seibu Shinjuku Station.

Centurion Hotel Ikebukuro 3* (Check Rates)

Centurion Hotel
Centurion Hotel

Centurion Hotel Ikebukuro is only 10 km from the city center and offers easy access to top tourist spots such as the Tokyo Metropolitan Art Space and Sunshine International Aquarium. Cat lovers will be happy to know that the famous cat zoo Nekobukuro is just a stone’s throw away from the establishment. Facilities include a 24 hour front desk, coffee shop, ATM machine on site, restaurant and spa. The standard double non-smoking room with breakfast is only P 4,576.51 without taxes.

Shinjuku Kuyakusho-mae Capsule Hotel 1* (Check Rates)

Shinjuku Kuyakusho-mae Capsule Hotel2
Shinjuku Kuyakusho-mae Capsule Hotel

If you’re the adventurous type, then it’s time to try a capsule hotel, one of Japan’s most unique concepts. recommends Shinjuku Kuyakusho-mae Capsule Hotel. The property has the lowest price in the area, 5 minutes away from the train station, and includes a fulfilling lounge for relaxation. To keep everyone at ease, there are specific male and female areas. The single capsule for men starts at P 836+++ and goes to P 1,395+++ while the women’s capsule starts P 1,116+++ and goes to p 1,395. There’s also free WiFi in all rooms and public areas.

Osaka Hotels

Hotel New Hankyu Annex 3.5* (Check Rates)

Hotel New Hankyu Annex - Room
Hotel New Hankyu Annex – Room

Hotel New Hankyu is just 5 minutes away from Umeda Station on the Midosuji Line which makes it easy for guests to visit the tourist spots in Osaka. The urban hotel has a total of 302 rooms. For females traveling alone they have a ladies’ floor designed just for women. For those traveling with a companion or group, they have several room categories from Compact to Twin to Triple. Starting in September, their smoking compact twin rooms with 2 nights minimum is only P4,615+ for two people while for single occupancy rates starts at P3,995 without taxes.

Hotel AGORA Osaka Moriguchi 3.5* (Check Rates)

Hotel Agora
Hotel Agora

Hotel AGORA Osaka Moriguchi takes pride in their location since the property is connected to Mariguchi station which permits visitors to travel directly to Osaka and Kyoto without the need to switch trains. Filipinos will love the Japanese Room, perfect for those traveling in groups of 4. The rate is only P 8,928 without taxes and includes a Japanese garden, shoji sliding doors and tatami mats. It will definitely give travelers an authentic Japanese experience.

Nagoya Hotels

Hotel MyStays Nagoya Sakae, 3* (Check Rates)

Mystays Nagoya Room
Mystays Nagoya Room

Hotel MyStays Nagoya Sakae is one of the largest hotels in the city; they reopened in 2013 with 270 rooms. For those who want to see the stunning Nagoya Hotel, it is just 10 minutes away via bus while the Achi Arts Center is 7 minutes away on foot. They have non-smoking superior double rooms good for 2 pax starting at P 1,600++ while the 25sq.m twin corner room is only P4,940+++.

the b nagoya , 3* (Check Rates)

B nagoya exterior
B nagoya exterior

the b nagoya hotel introduces the four “b” concepts – a delicious “b”reakfast, a comfortable “b”ed, life “b”alance, and an ideal location for “b”usiness. All rooms are well-equipped and have free WiFi in each room and in public areas. Rates in the Small Double with Breakfast are only P 3,839 without taxes while those traveling solo can choose the superior single non-smoking room without breakfast for only P 2,158+++.

Want to browse more affordable hotels in the land of the rising sun? Connect to and learn more about special deals and promotions. Remember, Japan is a place that has kept the hearts of many travelers, so book your rooms today before these special prices say Sayanora!

Written by Melo Villareal

Melo Villareal is the Online Publisher of He is an Accountant by profession who left the corporate world at the age of 23 to explore his beautiful country and the rest of the world. Today, Melo works as a part-time Social Media Manager for local and international clients. His full-time work focuses on discovering interesting culture, explore different cuisines and take memorable photos from local and international destinations he's visiting.

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