How to Travel Around Japan with Moxy

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                                Until recently, Japan has maintained a somewhat traditional concept of hotels as a place where only businessmen with money to spare are able to frequent. With the opening of the <a href="http://moxy-hotels.marriott.com/en/hotels/osaka-honmachi" data-wpel-link="external"  rel="external noopener noreferrer">Moxy Osaka Honmachi</a> and the <a href="http://moxy-hotels.marriott.com/en/hotels/tokyo-kinshicho" data-wpel-link="external"  rel="external noopener noreferrer">Moxy Tokyo Kinshicho</a> though, modern travelers looking for a place to stay that echoes their ethos for travel now have a place to (temporarily) call home as they set out to explore the prefectures.

Moxy Osaka Honmachi

Moxy Osaka Honmachi

There are some things you won’t find in these two hotels. You won’t find boring interiors or over-the-top amenities, but you also won’t find a traditional closet that takes up too much space, an ironing board you probably won’t use, or a mini fridge stocked with foods and drinks that have been untouched for months (because no one wants to buy a $12 mini bag of nuts).

Moxy Osaka Honmachi

Moxy Osaka Honmachi