Discovery Japan
We will provide you with unique and wonderful journeys across Japan, including Honshu, Kanto, Kansai, Hokkaido, Kyushu, Shikoku, and Okinawa. Let us help you discover the true Japan beyond what books and television could present, and experience a distinctive journey.

Natural beauty: Boasting vast natural scenery, Hokkaido is particularly renowned for its ever-changing beauty throughout the four seasons. In winter, the picturesque snow views are perfect for skiing and snowboarding. In summer, the eye-soothing coastlines and plateaus serve as ideal destinations for hiking and outdoor activities.

Food: Celebrated for its well-known food culture in Japan, Hokkaido offers local delicacies such as fresh seafood, barbecue, Ramen, and ice cream. Sapporo City, in particular, pools numerous gourmet restaurants that offer a myriad of delicacies to taste.

Sightseeing spots: Housing the Odori Park and Sapporo TV Tower, Sapporo City offers stunning urban night scene in Hokkaido. Furano features extensive lavender fields where a sea of flowers can be found. Moreover, at regions such as Sounkyo and Biei River where the natural environments remain pristine, natural hot springs and volcanic lakes can leave tourists with memorable experiences. At Lake Akan, the culture and traditions of the Ainu indigenous people await exploration, while in the Shiretoko Peninsula, wild animals such as brown bears, foxes, and deer are free for observation.

Hot springs: Hokkaido is dotted with abundant hot spring areas where tourists can unwind and enjoy serenity. The combination of picturesque natural scenery and hot springs are offered at Noboribetsu Onsen, Lake Toya Onsen, among others.

Outdoor activities: Hokkaido is a paradise for outdoor activities. There are joys to be found throughout four seasons, featuring outdoor activities such as mountaineering, camping, fishing, skiing, snowmobiling, hiking, and cycling.

A captivating region, Hokkaido lures multitudes of tourists from home and abroad to fully appreciate its charm.

Kanto Region

Reputed as Japan's capital circle, the Kanto Region is home to a wide variety of tourist attractions and cultural activities. As the core of this region, Tokyo boasts many famous tourist attractions. Located in the heart of Edo culture, Sensoji Temple is a traditional Japanese temple. In its vicinity, you could enjoy the majesty of Tokyo Skytree and overlook the entire scenery of Tokyo from the Tembo Deck and Tembo Galleria. The city of Tokyo is filled with a harmonious fusion of ancient culture and modern civilization.

In the Kanto region, you could enjoy hot spring resorts, natural mountains and seashores, as well as UNESCO World Heritage Sites and Cultural Heritage Sites. Yokohama, the pluralistic port city, and Gunma, Saitama, and Ibaraki which could intoxicate you in the beauty of nature are all in around an hour's reach from Tokyo.

Kansai Region

With an agreeable geographical environment and warm climate, the Kansai Region has preserved a multitude of Japan's cultural heritage from ancient times to modern times, hence the cradle region of Japanese culture. Until the Edo period, it was the most developed, populated and affluent region in Japan. Both Oda Nobunaga and Toyotomi Hideyoshi got what they wanted after taking over Kyoto. During the Edo period, although the political center shifted to Edo, Kyoto and Osaka continued to support the Shogunate or bakufu as the capitals of economy, culture, commerce, and craftsmanship. In modern times, Kyoto, as the stage for the Meiji Restoration, Kobe, as the first city to open a port, and Osaka, as the largestindustrial city, played important roles in the modernization process of Japan. In present days, Osaka studded with skyscrapers, the quaint and elegant Himeji Castle, Kyoto with zen gardens, and Historic Monuments of Ancient Nara listed in the World Heritage Sites are attracting tourists from all over the world.

Kyushu Region

Located in the southwest of Japan, the third largest island in Japan, encompassing seven prefectures, including Fukuoka, Saga, Nagasaki, Oita, Kumamoto, Miyazaki, and Kagoshima, Kyushu features a complicated and diversified natural environment, and is known as the "Kyushu, Land of Fire" because of a myriad of volcanoes with huge craters. Sakurajima, an active volcano in the southern part of Kyushu, is notable for its thundering eruptions and smog eruptions. Kyushu also boasts many hot springs, the most famous of which are Yufuin Onsen and Beppu Onsen. The hot spring region, collectively known as Beppu Onsen, consists of eight hot springs formed by geological activity in the rugged yet picturesque nature. Geological activity uplifts have created high peaks for hiking, such as Mount Kirishima. Miyazaki beaches in the south are famous seaside destinations for hot spring and hot-sand bathing. Yakushima, a UNESCO World Natural Heritage Site with cedars (yakusugi) that are over 1,000 years old and pristine beaches, is the optimal sea turtle nesting site in Japan. Kyushu is the top go-to place to experience slow life, attracting tourists from all over the world to "have hot spring baths" every year.

Shikoku Region

The smallest of Japan’s four main islands, Shikoku offers a wide variety of tourist attractions that one must not miss, such as classic scenic areas to observe the vortices, castles to experience the history, and diverse tourist areas suiting families and couples to dine and shop. We will carefully select and introduce these attractions from prefectures like Tokushima, Kagawa, Kochi and Ehime. Shikoku 88 Temples Pilgrimage, one of the oldest Buddhist pilgrimages in the world, constantly receives pilgrims from Japan and abroad. Built more than 1,200 years ago, the route passes through four prefectures of Shikoku, covering the Island's quaint towns and rural areas. The tour not only allows visitors to enjoy the beauty of nature in Shikoku, but also gives them the opportunity to experience unique Japanese culture.


An island chain located at the southernmost tip of Japan and consisting of 160 inhabited and depopulated islands and historically an independent kingdom, Okinawa Prefecture stretches all the way from Okinawa Main Island (Okinawa Honto) in the north to Ishigaki Island (Ishigaki-Jima) in the south. With distinctive sub-tropical climate, it is the provenance of karate. Visitors could explore the ruins and restored castles where generations of Ryukyu kings once lived, visit beautiful beaches and coastlines, and enjoy breathtaking coral formations and marine creatures and a wide variety of rich resources from further areas, as well as experience outdoor adventure and world-class diving in Okinawa!

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