Luxury Japan Holiday

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Best Time to Visit

There are really no bad times to visit Japan if you know where to go. Big cities like Tokyo and Kyoto can be visited all year round but is visually stunning when cherry trees blossomed in spring and leaves turn crimson in autumn. Most travelers avoid the golden week in summer but it is also the only time to witness the great matsuri festivals celebrated across the country. Winter is the perfect time to hit the slopes of Hokkaido or relax in one of the traditional Japanese ryokans

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Family Holiday

Dancing with the Flowers

Every spring and summer, a magical spell is being cast at Furano region in Hokkaido where green rolling hills is transformed into a blissful sea of flowers. Among the most popular are poppies, lilies and sunflowers, but it is the lavender that draws tourists from across the globe year after year. Here, there are no shortages of activities for the entire family including riding a rustic tractor-drawn carriage, engaging with animals in a nearby farm, trying out lavender ice cream or spending hours and hours gazing at the whimsical blue pond. If you feel like getting some comfort food, Asahikawa Ramen Village is an hour away where you can enjoy delicious broth from across Japan paired with smooth sake from Otokoyama

History & Culture

Hike the Kumano Kodo

Used to be reserved only for the emperors and samurai, Japan’s Kumano Kodo is an enlightening walk in Southern Kansai that gives a chance for travelers to rediscover themselves. Along the trail, there are no crowds, no tourists signage – just mist, trees, temples and a warm bath to end the day. While the most popular route involves the three grand shrines, there are several other shorter options that only last a few hours – just enough to get a sense of its tranquility. Of the three grand shrines, Kumano Nachi Taisha is perhaps the most iconic as it stands adjacent to Nachi-no-Taki, Japan’s tallest waterfall, that drops water from 133 meters above the ground

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Hokkaido Ski & Indulgence

Hokkaido Ski & Indulgence

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Accomodation

Our Preferred Properties

From luxurious ryokan to zen mountain resorts, here are some of our handpicked accommodation in Japan

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