For today’s savvy traveler, where and what you eat is as important as to where you stay and play. So, if the dish is big on your list, here are three decadent yet different directions to head in, in Europe, Asia, and Central America.
As the rising sun travels up the mountains of Yakushiyama it awakens the hidden gardens and visitors of hotel Beniya Mukayu. The quaint 17-room Japanese getaway embraces the cherry, maple and other trees that surround the retreat.
Honor Dargan of the U.K. Telegraph puts it perfectly when he states: “Tokyo has an energy that’s hard to put your finger on. It’s not overt. It’s not in your face. But there’s an intangible fizzle and crackle in the air that makes this place breathe.”