Destination specialist InsideJapan Tours offers such a wide range of unique small group itineraries that choosing the right tour for the best value can sometimes be confusing.
Tohoku in northern Japan is probably better-known for the tsunami that devastated its coastline than for its inland rural beauty.
Oxalis Holidays has launched a new self-guided walking adventure on an ancient pilgrimage trail in the Kumano region of Japan.
Rock up at one of the best music festivals in the world, Fuji Rock, and then regain composure at the top of the eponymous sacred mountain.
One-year on from the devastating Tohoku disasters, InsideJapan Tours is delighted to announce its most buoyant February in all of its twelve-year history and an 8% increase in February sales compared with the same month in 2011.
On 20th May 2012, the five-star Hotel Okura Tokyo, flagship property for Japanese hotel company Hotel Okura Co. Ltd, will proudly celebrate its 50th anniversary. To celebrate this landmark event, the hotel has created a series of special events and services.
Masterchef Winner and Japanophile, Tim Anderson teams up with InsideJapan Tours to create a new food and travel experience.
Delicate cherry blossom in the spring, a festival-packed summer, autumn leaves ablaze - and what about the winter?
Fifteen extra-ordinary peace gardens by the world’s best designers from Australia, North America, Europe, Africa and Asia are on show this month at Huis Ten Bosch theme park in the South East of Japan.
Ski across Mount Niseko An'nupuri on the finest slopes in the world this winter whilst staying at the multi-award winning The Green Leaf Niseko Village, located in Hokkaido, Japan.
To celebrate the successful opening of Hotel Okura Macau over 100 VIP guests from Japan, Taiwan, Hong Kong and the region attended a glittering ceremony on 2nd July 2011 at which they were treated to a spectacular display of lion dancing, Japanese Taiko drumming and the traditional breaking of the sake barrel to bring good fortune to the new hotel.
Fans of manga, anime and Japanese pop culture are promised a trip of a lifetime in August - including a private tour of one of the country’s top anime studios!
Every year on the last Saturday of July tens of thousands of fireworks are set off in Tokyo’s old town as part of the Sumidagawa Hanabi Taikai, or Sumida River Fireworks Display, as the evening sky explodes with dazzling colours.
In a worldwide effort to assist with the ongoing relief efforts in Japan for those affected by the March 2011 earthquake and tsunami, Preferred Hotel Group will hold a benefit sale beginning June 6, 2011, at noon ET on Vacationist.com, a private sale site presented by Travel + Leisure and Luxury Link.
The Gion Matsuri is one of the most famous annual festivals in Japan and lasts the whole of July. It takes place in the ancient city of Kyoto and the highlight is a splendid pageant called the Yoiyama Parade on 17 July.
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