Where Ancient tradition meets cutting edge.
Japan is an island nation in the Pacific Ocean with high-rise-filled cities, imperial palaces, mountainous national parks and thousands of shrines and temples. Tokyo, the crowded capital, is known for its neon skyscrapers and pop culture. In contrast, Kyoto offers Buddhist temples, Shinto shrines, gardens and cherry blossoms. Sushi, the national dish, is served everywhere from casual pubs to gourmet restaurants.
Japan offers compelling culture, abundant natural beauty and many unique experiences. From the neon-lit streets of Tokyo to old world villages, Japan is full of contrasts. Enjoy the polite hospitality of the people you encounter and the unexpected at every turn.
Tokyo Japan’s capital city is an experience unto itself, getting lost amid the neon-lit skyscrapers, quirky restaurants, ancient temples and diverse districts.
Where Tokyo is at the forefront of modern technology Kyoto embraces and holds onto the old ways of Japan. Explore its beautiful gardens, shrines and historic temples. The iconic geisha Gion is one of the city’s most famed cultural sights.
Osaka is renowned as the “City of Food”. Osaka represents an incredible gourmet experience from street food to elegant cuisine. The city’s highlight’s are just not confined to your plate as Osaka has amazing sights to behold, like the Floating Garden observatory.
Mount Fuji is a world famous symbol of Japan. Majestic Mount Fuji is instantly recognisable and often depicted in paintings and photographs. The country’s highest mountain is extremely popular to climb.
Cherry Blossoms around Japan. March and April are historically the best times to see the most cherry blossoms around Japan. Gardens abound with many varieties of flowering cherry trees and is usually filled with Japanese families enjoying picnics under the falling petals.