Japan provide a range of unusual ways for visitors of all ages to explore their heritage, their rich past and the life of today. Experience the magic of Japan. These are our tips for exploring Japan.
Explore vibrant cities with amazing architecture, fabulous shopping and pulsating nightlife. Enchanting medieval and picturesque villages and traditional wine villages with friendly festivals and regional specialities.
Located in Shinjuku’s Skyscraper District just a 5-minute walk from Shinjuku Train Station, Keio Plaza Hotel Tokyo offers sweeping views
Designed by Kengo Kuma, the Capitol Hotel Tokyu has 3 gorgeous restaurants, a 14th-floor indoor pool, and direct access to 4 subway lines.
Located just a 5-minute walk from the popular Ginza area, Daiichi Hotel Tokyo offers spacious modern rooms with free Wi-Fi.
The Sapporo Grand Hotel features a shopping arcade, a gym and a spa center, only a 5-minute walk from JR Sapporo Station via a connecting tunnel.
Offering free access to its indoor pool, sauna and fitness center, Hilton Tokyo Hotel overlooks Shinjuku Central Park and the Shinjuku Skyscraper District.
Hilton Niseko Village is located at the south base of Niseko Annupuri Mountain, a 2-hour drive from Chitose Airport. The luxurious hotel
Located on the waterfront area of Tokyo Bay, Hilton Tokyo Odaiba boasts stunning views of Tokyo’s skyline, Rainbow Bridge or Tokyo Tower.
Discover some of Japan’s most famous highlights on a full-day guided tour from Tokyo. Travel to Mt Fuji’s
If you want to see the highlights of beautiful Kyoto but have limited time, zip there and back by bullet
Explore the scenic shrines and breathtaking countryside of Nikko National Park on a relaxing day
Explore the countryside outside Tokyo on a guided day trip to Kamakura. You’ll see the Great Buddha
See Hiroshima’s historic sites on this 13-hour tour from Osaka. Ride a bullet train to Hiroshima
Your guide will take you on a concise tour of Kamakura, a delightful, historical city with many
Embark on a full-day walking tour to the UNESCO World Heritage site of Himeji Castle. You'll take
Tokyo’s most visited temple enshrines a golden image of Kannon (the Buddhist Goddess of Mercy), which, according to legend, was miraculously
Japan's most magnificent castle, Himeji-jō is one of only a handful of original castles remaining (most are modern concrete reconstructions).
The Imperial Palace grounds occupy the site of the original Edo-jō, the Tokugawa shōgunate's castle when they ruled the land.
The Five Mountains of Aso are the smaller mountains within the outer rim: Eboshi-dake (1337m), Kijima-dake (1321m), Naka-dake
Kyoto's famed 'Golden Pavilion', Kinkaku-ji is one of Japan's best-known sights. The main hall, covered in brilliant gold leaf, shining
Tokyo’s grandest Shintō shrine is dedicated to the Emperor Meiji and Empress Shōken. Constructed in 1920, the shrine was destroyed
One of Kyoto’s hidden pleasures, this temple was founded in 1680 to honour the priest Hōnen. It’s a lovely, secluded temple with carefully