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Take a trip to Japan

Whichever region you choose to visit, Japan is a country where old and new come together in an enchanting ballet, transporting you into a world both mysterious and captivating. In the heart of Tokyo's bustling streets, you'll lose yourself in a maze of futuristic skyscrapers, trendy boutiques and exquisite restaurants. Away from the hustle and bustle of the capital, discover Japan's natural wonders. In Kyoto Prefecture, let yourself be dazzled by magnificent temples and traditional gardens, such as the Kinkaku-ji (Golden Pavilion) and the Fushimi Inari-taisha, famous for its thousands of red torii. And let's not forget Mount Fuji, the emblem of Japan, offering breathtaking panoramas from its summit.

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Five ideas for guided tours in Japan

  • Kyoto

    Kyoto, the city of a thousand temples, transports you to a world of elegance, tradition and mystery. Each cobbled alley plunges you into a unique atmosphere, where past and present intertwine harmoniously. Start your journey at the majestic Kinkaku-ji, the Golden Pavilion, reflecting its golden splendor in the sparkling waters of the surrounding garden. Continue your exploration by marvelling at the Fushimi Inari-taisha, where thousands of red torii stand proudly, creating a sacred path to the top of the mountain. Lose yourself in the alleys of the Gion district, where elegantly dressed geishas stroll gracefully. Or discover Arashiyama, a haven of peace where the bamboo forest undulates in the wind, offering a breathtaking visual spectacle.
    Don’t miss the opportunity to visit the magnificent Kiyomizu-dera, a temple perched on a hill overlooking the city. Immerse yourself in Japanese history with a visit to Nijo Castle, former residence of the shoguns, and explore Kyoto’s fascinating traditional craftsmen’s district, where you can admire their handicraft skills.

  • Hakone and Mount Fuji

    In the heart of Kanagawa region, an unforgettable adventure awaits you in the magnificent regions of Hakone and Mount Fuji. Start the tour by exploring Hakone, famous for its revitalizing hot springs and views of Mount Fuji. Board the famous “Hakone Sightseeing Cruise” pirate ship and sail on picturesque Lake Ashi.
    Continue your adventure by venturing into Fuji-Hakone-Izu Park, where the iconic mountain rises. Feel the power of this volcano as you ascend to the fifth parking lot. The more courageous can even undertake the full ascent to admire the sunrise from the summit.
    Don’t miss the chance to relax in Hakone’s famous onsen (hot springs). Soak in the soothing waters and enjoy the therapeutic benefits as you contemplate the natural beauty that surrounds you.
    For a cultural experience, visit the Hakone-jinja Shinto shrine, a sacred place surrounded by majestic cedars, where you can feel the prevailing spirituality and serenity.

  • Miyajima Island

    When you visit the island of Miyajima, you enter a veritable natural sanctuary, where every moment is imbued with beauty and serenity. This island jewel in the Seto Inland Sea is a must-see destination for travelers in search of unique discoveries.
    As soon as you arrive, you’ll be greeted by the red wooden Torii, the traditional Japanese floating gateway to Itsukushima Shrine. Explore Miyajima’s picturesque alleyways, where traditional buildings, local craft stores and restaurants await you. Taste the island’s culinary specialties, including delicious momiji manju, maple leaf-shaped cakes filled with sweet bean paste.
    Continue your stroll along the hiking trails that wind through the island’s hills. For the best overall view, reach the summit of Mount Misen. A cable car awaits you for this, or a climb on foot for the more courageous.
    You won’t want to miss the magical sight of sika deer roaming freely around the island. These majestic animals add a touch of charm to your experience and are a real attraction in their own right.

  • Tokyo

    Start your exploration of Japan’s vibrant capital with a visit to Senso-ji temple, the city’s oldest Buddhist temple. Let yourself be enchanted by the mystical atmosphere that reigns in this sacred place, where you can admire the magnificent lanterns and colorful stalls of Nakamise shopping street.
    Then immerse yourself in the hustle and bustle of Shibuya Crossing, the famous intersection where thousands of people cross at the same time. It’s an impressive sight that reflects the frenetic pace of Tokyo’s urban life. For an unforgettable culinary experience, visit Tsukiji Fish Market, the world’s largest fish market. Stroll through the stalls filled with fresh seafood, taste the most delicious sushi and watch the lively auctions that take place every morning.
    Don’t miss the Tokyo Skytree. This 634-metre-high tower is the best place to see the whole city.
    For a cultural break, visit the Asakusa district and explore the charming Ueno Park garden. Admire the cherry blossoms in springtime and visit the region’s renowned museums, such as the Tokyo National Museum and the National Museum of Nature and Science.
    End your stay in Tokyo with a shopping spree in the trendy Harajuku district, known for its eccentric fashion boutiques and trendy cafés.

  • Fishing village of Ine-Cho

    Ine is a fishing village on the north coast of the Seto Inland Sea. It’s a picturesque and peaceful place, where wooden houses are built on stilts on the water’s edge. These traditional fishermen’s houses, known as “funaya“, stand majestically on the water. These unique buildings house both living quarters and garages for fishing boats, as well as accommodation for tourists. The whole environment creates a picturesque scene worthy of a postcard. The inhabitants live in harmony with nature and the sea, and practice traditional creel fishing. The village is renowned for its beauty and charm, and attracts many visitors who come to admire the scenery and taste the seafood. Ine-Cho is also a place steeped in history and culture, where you can discover the fishermen’s way of life, their customs and their legends.

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