Please enter a valid email

 

 

710X200 Japan Masthead


Destinations that should not be missed out in Japan!

200X150 Japan Hokkaido

Hokkaido
The northernmost island of Japan, Hokkaido is known for its nature and relaxed pace of life. Hokkaido offers plenty to do year round – you can go fruit-picking, shopping, or sightseeing. If you are adventurous, go for a self-drive through breathtaking mountains, marshes, forests and lakes. Also, do not forget to sample Hokkaido’s famous foods – from locally-grown fruits to sumptuous seafood and delectable desserts, there is plenty to try.
Read more

 
200X150 Japan Tokyo

Tokyo
The vibrant city of Tokyo needs no introduction – whether you are looking for a fashion shopping trip in Shibuya, a good meal, shopping for electronics at Akihabara or a historic journey through Asakusa, Tokyo has it all. You can head from trendy neighbourhoods with friendly cafes and endless shopping options to serene areas dotted with grand temples and gardens in a single day. The impressive architectural mix – from ancient pagodas to soaring towers of steel and glass – follow Tokyo’s history, and at every turn there are always new things to see.
Read more

 
200X150 Japan Osaka

Osaka, Kyoto, Kobe
Kansai is a culturally unique region – it has developed its own distinctive dialect kansai-ben, and is regarded as the birthplace of the humble okonomiyaki.

The heart of Kansai is Kyoto, where you can visit some of Japan’s most important historic monuments and take a peek into its geisha culture. The modern metropolis of Osaka, she offers a wide selection of places, where you can indulge in shopping, eating and leisure. The port city of Kobe is one of Japan’s most attractive cities, reflecting its history of 19th century western influence and is home to the world-famous Kobe beef.

For anyone who truly wants to experience Japan, you cannot say you have seen it all until you have been to Kansai.
Read more

 
200X150 Japan Kyushu

Kyushu
Located just south of Honshu, Kyushu’s rich history as a centre of Japanese civilisation means that there is no shortage of historic sites, modern cities and nature to discover. Culture lovers can appreciate ancient castles like Kumamoto-jo and Kushima-jo, while those looking for relaxation can indulge in the natural hot springs in Beppu.

Kyushu is also famous for its affordable and regional B-Class Gourmet cuisine like the Sasebo Burger and Nikumaki Onigiri (rice ball wrapped with meat). It is also easy to get to and move around Kyushu, thanks to the island’s major hubs like Fukuoka and Nagasaki, and the new Kyushu Shinkansen train lines.
Read more