Hiroshima and Nagasaki, immortalised by tragedy, today stand as symbols of peace. They have a rich culture that gives them an identity beyond the bombing. Explore their gorgeous offerings and discover cities that radiate life and colour and a truly unique personality.
Spring and autumn may be the most popular times to visit Japan, but explore Japanese summers, and you'll discover that beyond the heat and the humidity, there's a world of fascinating offerings that take the form of colourful festivals, summer foods, off-season benefits and beer gardens.
Think Japan, and you’d probably think of cherry blossoms in spring time, the blazing hues of autumn, the dry, powder snow in winter, or the beaches during summer. Japan is truly amazing all through the year, so explore the seasons and their specialties for an unforgettable time!
Japan offers myriad opportunities for enjoyment and entertainment for every person in your family, especially kids, who are the most difficult to please. Discover amusement parks, water worlds, museums and much more during your time in Japan, and return with stories to tell and memories to cherish forever.
Fall announces itself in Japan with the startling turning of the leaves. Discover dazzling shades of yellow, red and rust flaming across the mountains, countryside, and city avenues, lending a golden glow to Japan’s architectural wonders. Experience autumn, in this beautiful country!
Japan’s traditional drink, Sake, is as exquisite and multi-layered as wine, and is slowly becoming just as popular, around the world. Take a sip to discover its complexity and richness, but also experience dishes cooked with sake, for a special treat!
Life is ephemeral, and that alone should be reason enough to indulge in adventure and excitement! And when it comes to Hokkaido, one of Japan’s northernmost islands with its unspoilt nature across various terrains, offering so many different activities, you just have to let your hair down and have the time of your life!
Tokyo, a city that spells enchantment and exhilaration all at once, with its dazzling, futuristic cityscape set against the majestic Mt. Fuji, where modern skyscrapers brush shoulders with ancient shrines. While you could explore the usual destinations that the tourist guides recommend, here are 5 alternate options for an equally enthralling time in the city.