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JAPAN IS OPEN!

Japan opened its borders on 10 June exclusively for travellers on fully inclusive tours. With travel paused for over two years, Japan's stunning nature and spectacular attractions have had a chance to rest and rejuvenate and are now ready to welcome visitors back at their very best. As is that famous Japanese hospitality - warmer, more welcoming and authentic than ever before.

Japan’s second largest metropolis, Yokohama is nestled on the shores of Tokyo Bay. A small fishing village in the early 19th century, Yokohama grew rapidly into a bright and breezy city once Japan opened up to foreign trade as a major port. Today its charming shoreline, cosmopolitan food and creative arts scene are just some of the reasons that it is popular with ex-pats – it also has one of the world’s largest Chinatowns! Only half an hour from Tokyo, Yokohama has a totally different feel to the capital, with a much more laidback and liveable vibe.

 

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