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Enjoy Glamping in Japan!

What is Glamping?

Glamping is the activity of camping with some of the comforts and luxuries of home. It is where stunning nature meets modern luxury. It is a way to experience the untamed and completely unique parts of the world without having to sacrifice creature comforts.
The first glamping resort was established by Hoshino Resort in October, 2015. Glamping facilities have become particularly popular in Japan these years.

Why Glamping now?

The way we travel has changed. We want to explore on our terms and immerse ourselves in local culture, and we no longer just want to simply witness nature, we want to live in it.
A fusion of glamour and camping, glamping is a way to authentically experience the most awe-inspiring locals around the world.
Style of camping is changing

According to the government policy of preventing pandemic of COVID-19, following three things should be avoided in our daily life.
Avoid the “Three Cs”!
1) Closed spaces with poor ventilation
2) Crowded places with many people nearby
3) Close-contact settings such as close-range conversations
Keep these “Three Cs” from overlapping in daily life.

So, many camping facilities in Japan have changed the manors such as how to check in the camp site, how to take a breakfast, etc.
Glamping is an ideal style of camping to prevent pandemics of infectious diseases.

Invitation to Glamping

Glamping is a new way to enjoy camping glamorously. The key points are as follows.
The vast of nature and outdoor experiences
Comfortable room in which people can feel outdoors
Luxurious meal (barbecue, game meat)

    Many camping sites of Japan have changed its style to Glamping site in these years. People can avoid “Three Cs” to prevent infectious diseases, but can truly enjoy nature or outdoor activities. There are many choices to select rooms such as tents, cabins, lodges, domes, yurts, tipi, wagons, treehouses, etc. Why not have a chance to enjoy Glamping in Japan?

By Masa Tamura

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