Mark Harris and Lachlan Burnet, two of our Business Development Managers, recently returned from one of our popular tours of Japan,
As spring creeps around the corner, Japan begins to be coated in a beautifully subtle pink mist, as the cherry blossom, or sakura, paints the country with a pallet of delicate colours.
The Land of the Rising Sun is one of the most welcoming for travellers, but like any country, they have their own unique culture and etiquette to abide to.
Tokyo doesn’t do things by halves – it is one of the world’s biggest cities, it has the world’s tallest tower, it has the most Michelin-starred restaurants…
Known as the capital of sushi, Japan also has a wide range of sweet treats to cater for the sweet tooth.
Kyoto is Japan’s most enchanting city. Here, the legacy of old Japan lingers amongst the new, modern developments.
If you are heading to Japan you are in for a treat. The festivals (‘matsuri’ in Japanese) and celebrations in Japan are some of the most magnificent in the world
Unless you have been to a five-star sushi restaurant in London, you may not have tasted the true authenticity of Japan’s national dish.