Ryokans (traditional Japanese inns) offer the best in food, service, and traditional atmosphere. These unique Japanese-style inns allow guests to appreciate the traditional culture of Japan and follow the same traditions that have been practiced for hundreds of years.Learn More
To help create a faux-pas-free journey, arm yourself with a few of these handy etiquette tips before your trip: from when to bow and take your shoes off, to when it’s OK to be a noisy eater and what not to do with your chopsticks.
One of the most common misconceptions about Japan is that the Japanese only eat sushi. Nothing could be further from the truth. One of the most underrated aspects of travel in Japan is the food. There are more Michelin rated restaurants in Japan than any other country in the world.
Over the years we have gathered a large amount of helpful information that we provide to all our tour members in the Tour Handbook that they receive before their trip. We’ve provided some of that information here on this page to help you get ready for your trip to Japan.