Welcome to the Japan section of our website. Please explore the respective categories in the menu to the left. Should you require further information or assistance please do not hesitate to contact us.
Please browse our list of featured and recommended hotels in Japan. This list is by no means exhaustive as we have a vast range of hotels in our portfolio. We hope it will serve as a helpful resource for the planning of your holiday and we are here to answer any questions you may have. Our portfolio comprises of a wide range of properties, carefully assessed and vetted by our team. Questions? Fill out this form!
A little rest goes a long way. You spend enough time dealing with the stresses of life. Come away with us and rebalance, relax and feel reborn. Below is a list of – by no means exhaustive – health and relaxation related recommendations. Download our itineraries from the SAMPLE page for more inspiration or drop us a message!
What inspires aspiring travelers? What is their dream image of Japan? Our team and our local guides compiled a short list of some of the most memorable and original activities we could think of. To inspire. To dream. Need more suggestions? Please download our sample itineraries from the SAMPLE page or contact us.
Yin & Yang. Horse & Carriage. Laurel & Hardy. Travel & Food. You shouldn’t accept the former without the latter. It is said that ‘love goes through the stomach’ and we certainly want you to love our trips. So here’s some useful information about Japanese cuisine, may it tempt you to download our sample itineraries or get in touch.
For any guest near Kyoto or Osaka, the 3 hour trek is well worth it for a one night stay and meal at the Fukuchi-in in Koyasan. Not only does it have the only onsen among the temple lodging (open 24 hours) but also it has by far the best shukubo (temple lodging with monks) of shojin ryori (Buddhist vegetarian kaiseki) cuisine prepared for both breakfast and dinner. Here guests will dine on incredible creative incarnations of Tokyo, mushroom, mountain vegetables and produce served to them by the temples monks. All in their simple Tatami room with an incredible Zen garden viewable behind their paper screens. This meal is a perfect blend of culture, setting and culinary delight all blended together.