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Basic Program

  1. Nikko -Tochigi
    Day 3 Highlight / Nikko -Tochigi
  2. Hakone - Kanagawa
    Day 4 Highlight / Hakone - Kanagawa
  3. Lake Kawaguchi - Yamanashi
    Day 5 Highlight / Lake Kawaguchi - Yamanashi
  4. Kyoto
    Day 6 Highlight / Kyoto

7days

  1. Day 1:Narita Arrival – Tokyo
  2. Day 2:Tokyo
  3. Day 3:Tokyo – Nikko – Tokyo
  4. Day 4:Tokyo – Mt. Fuji & Hakone – Lake Kawaguchi
  5. Day 5:Lake Kawaguchi – Mishima – Nara – Kyoto
  6. Day 6:Kyoto
  7. Day 7:Kyoto – Kansai Airport
  1. Hakone - Kanagawa
    Day 3 Highlight / Nikko - Tochigi
  2. Hakone - Kanagawa
    Day 4 Highlight / Hakone - Kanagawa
  3. Hakone - Kanagawa
    Day 5 Highlight / Mt.Fuji - Shizuoka
  4. Hakone - Kanagawa
    Day 6 Highlight / Shirakawago - Gifu
  5. Hakone - Kanagawa
    Day 7 Highlight / Kanazawa - Ishikawa
  6. Hakone - Kanagawa
    Day 8 Highlight / Kyoto - Kyoto

10days

  1. Day 1:Narita Arrival – Tokyo
  2. Day 2:Tokyo
  3. Day 3:Tokyo – Nikko – Tokyo
  4. Day 4:Tokyo – Mt.Fuji & Hakone
  5. Day 5:Hakone - Mishima - Takayama
  6. Day 6:Takayama – Shirakawago – Kanazawa
  7. Day 7:Kanazawa – Kyoto
  8. Day 8:Kyoto
  9. Day 9:Kyoto – Uji - Nara – Kyoto
  10. Day 10:Kyoto – Kansai Departure
  1. Basic Program
    Day 3 Highlight / Nikko -Tochigi
  2. Basic Program
    Day 4 Highlight / Kamakura - Kanagawa
  3. Basic Program
    Day 5 Highlight / Takayama - Gifu
  4. Basic Program
    Day 6 Highlight / Kanazawa - Ishikawa
  5. Basic Program
    Day 8 Highlight / Nara - Nara
  6. Basic Program
    Day 9 Highlight / Kyoto - Kyoto

12days

  1. Day 1:Narita Arrival – Tokyo
  2. Day 2:Tokyo
  3. Day 3:Tokyo - Nikko - Tokyo
  4. Day 4:Tokyo - Kamakura - Hakone
  5. Day 5:Hakone - Mishima - Nagoya -Takayama
  6. Day 6:Takayama - Shirakawago - Kanazawa
  7. Day 7:Kanazawa – Kyoto
  8. Day 8:Kyoto – Uji – Nara – Kyoto
  9. Day 9:Kyoto - Kyoto
  10. Day 10:Kyoto – Hiroshima – Miyajima – Hiroshima
  11. Day 11:Hiroshima – Shin Osaka – Osaka
  12. Day 12:Osaka – Kansai Departure

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Experience

  • Geisha/Maiko Dance Performance
  • Gold Leaf Embellishment
  • Kimono Wearing
  • Ninja Experience
  • Sumo
  • Tea Ceremony
  • Zazen Meditation

Geisha/ Maiko

Geisha/Maiko Dance Performance

Enjoy a special dinner with Maiko/Geisha. Also, you can try Maiko-styled makeup wearing a traditional kimono.

Gold Leaf

Gold Leaf Embellishment

You can try your hands at making original goods with gold leaf embellishments.

Kimono Wearing

Kimono Wearing

Experience a stroll around town wearing a beautiful Kimono, a traditional Japanese garment.

Ninja Experience

Ninja Experience

Walk the ways of the Ninja and learn secret technique used by these secret agents of the Shogune.

Sumo

Sumo

Witness the power of sumo fighters (rikishi) going against each other in an arena or feel the intensity of a sumo training stable.

Tea Ceremony

Tea Ceremony

Try participating in a traditional Japanese tea ceremony with experienced instructors, with or without wearing a kimono.

Zazen Meditation

Zazen Meditation

Zazen, as a traditional Buddhist meditation technique, is the perfect experience for those that want to relax and reset their mind.

Specialized Visit

  • Adventurous activity
  • Atelier
  • Birder’s Field
  • Farm
  • Garden
  • Village
  • Adventurous activity
  • Adventurous activity
  • Adventurous activity

Adventurous activity

If you want to experience the beautiful nature of Japan from a different perspective, we recommend adventurous activities like rappeling, rafting, horse riding or hiking.

Atelier

Atelier

Japan offers many different workshops you can try your hands on, like Ikebana, Origami and many more.

Birder’s Field

Birder’s Field

For all bird lovers out there we also offer a wide variety of options to watch birds in their natural habitats, with fresh air and stunning nature.

Farm

Farm

Spend the day with farmers on the field, harvesting local produce and then eating a healthy meal in nature.

Gardens

Garden

Japan has some of the most beautiful gardens in the world with a high variety of flora and fauna like no other.

Village

Village

In contrast to big cities like Tokyo, spending time in rural villages with traditional houses is very relaxing and calming.

Cuisine Guide

  • Japanese Izakaya
  • Japanese noodle (Soba)
  • Kaiseki
  • Okonomiyaki
  • Shabu-Shabu
  • Sushi / Sashimi
  • Tempura
  • Teppan-yaki
  • Yakitori

Japanese Izakaya

Japanese Izakaya

An izakaya is a type of Japanese drinking establishment which also serves food to accompany the drinks.

Soba noodle

Japanese noodle (Soba)

Soba is the Japanese name for buckwheat, usually refering to thin noodles made from buckwheat flour, or a combination of buckwheat and wheat flours.

Kaiseki

Kaiseki (Japanese full course)

Kaiseki or kaiseki ryori is a traditional multi-course Japanese dinner.

Okonomiyaki

Okonomiyaki(Japanese pancake)

Okonomiyaki is a Japanese savoury pancake containing a variety of ingredients.

Shabu-Shabu

Shabu-Shabu

"Shabu-Shabu" is a very famous Japanese meat dish. It is consisting of thinly-sliced beef (about 1mm.thick) and vegetables dipped in boiling stock and eaten with special sauces.

Sushi / Sashimi

Sushi / Sashimi

Sushi is vinegar rice, topped with other ingredients, such as fish.Sliced raw fish alone is called sashimi, as distinct from sushi.

Tempura

Tempura

Tempura is food deep-fried in vegetable oil after being coated with a mixture of egg, water and wheat flour. Among the ingredients used are prawns, fish in season and vegetables.

Teppan-yaki

Teppan-yaki

Teppan-yaki is a Japanese cuisine in which chefs cook foods including meat, seafood, and vegetables on an iron griddle(teppan) in front of the customers, serving the dishes while they are still hot.

Yakitori

Yakitori

Yakitori, grilled chicken, is a Japanese type of skewered chicken.

Unique Venue (for Incentive & Meetings)

Unique venues are places like temples, shrines, museums, historical buildings, and other special locations where meetings, receptions, and other events can be held. These venues can offer extraordinary experiences, and leave long lasting impressions. In recent years, unique venues have drawn a lot of attention and become an important deciding factor for meetings and conventions in choosing their destinations.

  • Kanda Myojin Shrine
  • Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo
  • Nijo-jo Castle
  • Heian Jingu Shrine Restaurant and Banquet Hall
  • TAIKOEN

Kanda Myojin Shrine

Kanda Myojin Shrine

With a rich history stretching back more than 1,300 years, Kanda Myoujin Shrine is said to have once protected the whole of Edo (old Tokyo) from harm. Even today, this shrine is revered as a popular power spot, and many people come to pray for business prosperity. EDOCCO (Edo Culture Complex), encompasses a diverse range of spaces, including a 470 square meter hall and lounge with an outdoor garden. Using wood sourced from the Tokyo region, this venue embodies the traditional charm of the city's Edo period heritage.

Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo

Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo

Popular among modern art enthusiasts from Japan and around the world, the Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo has recently reopened following renovations. Planned exhibitions showcasing a large variety of artifacts allow visitors to experience constantly evolving contemporary art first-hand. The venue is perfect for presentations, awards ceremonies or parties. It includes an auditorium with space for 200 people, a striking entrance hall and a courtyard. With so much to see, the Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo is sure to give an air of sophistication to any event.

Nijo-jo Castle

Nijo-jo Castle

Nijo-jo Castle was originally built by Tokugawa leyasu in 1603 as the residence for the shogun during his visits to Kyoto. The third shogun, lemitsu, later relocated the remains of Fushimi Castle and expanded the castle in 1626. The architecture built by leyasu and the paintings and sculptures owned by lemitsu bring the atmosphere from 400 years ago to the present.

Heian Jingu Shrine Restaurant and Banquet Hall

Heian Jingu Shrine Restaurant and Banquet Hall

Since it was built in 1895, Heian Jingu Shrine has attracted countless visitors, with its air of tradition and prestige and the dramatic contrast of its vermilion façade against the white gravel courtyard. In contrast, the Heian Jingu Shrine Restaurant & Banquet Hall, located on the grounds of the shrine, offers a tranquil setting next to a 33,000-square meter garden that has been designated as a National Place of Scenic Beauty.

TAIKOEN

TAIKOEN

An international restaurant facility surrounded by a Japanese garden in the very heart of the city. There are 13 banquet halls of different sizes, from a large venue accommodating 440 persons to rooms convenient for smaller groups. Different views and arrangements decorate the venues including the one overlooking a traditional Japanese garden, where all visitors including the guests, host, and organizer would be satisfied.

Souvenir

Souvenir

We can arrange a variety of traditional or unique Japanese souvenirs. Please contact us for details.

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