InsideJapan's recommended honeymoon destinations
Travel to Japan for your honeymoon and discover a very different world whilst creating memories that really will last a lifetime.Look in the classic travel agency brochures and you will see the same options presented for honeymoons. White sandy beaches in the Maldives, tropical island paradise in the Caribbean, luxury safari lodges in Kenya. Japan offers a honeymoon with a difference. Extraordinary cities with fabulous restaurants, unbeatable night-life, world class museums and in our opinion, the best shopping you will find anywhere in the world; ancient towns and cities with a history stretching back millennia; mountain retreats with stunning scenery and soothing hot spring baths; and to top it all off, tropical islands with gorgeous white sandy beaches! Japan really does have it all.
Featured Honeymoons Destinations
The best places for your honeymoon in Japan
Wondering which destinations make for a perfect honeymoon? Just visit our honeymoon destinations and see what could await you and your partner in the land of the rising sun.
Japan's capital of history & culture, with 17 World Heritage Sites and endless chances to explore.
White beaches, beautiful sunsets, amazing diving and unique island culture.
Perhaps Japan's number one highlight view; sunset behind the 'floating' torii gate of Itsukushima
A tiny, scenic island boasting an extraordinary collection of art projects and galleries.
Kurokawa Onsen offers dramatic volcanic landscapes, great hiking and fantastic landscapes.
Tomoura is a small fishing village that gives an insight into Japan's traditional way of life.
Welcome to one of the most exciting, vibrant, mind-bending cities in the world.
Fabulous Mount Fuji views, restorative hot spring baths, world class art museums.
A beautifully preserved town in the Kiso Valley, once a post town on an ancient trade route
Charming small onsen town. Don your yukata and geta and spend your time here bath hopping!
The island of Yakushima is one of those magical places that those who visit will never forget.