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  • Rugby World Cup: Our favourite cities

    The first ever Rugby World Cup in Asia is coming to Japan this year. To say we’re excited is an understatement. The first game will be on the 20th September and the final match (with fireworks and anticipation aplenty) will be on the 2nd November. Our rugby travel team have picked five of their favourite host cities and the best ways to make the most of your time in Japan. (more…)

  • Five places to escape the crowds in Kyoto

    When it comes to discovering quiet corners and hidden gems in Japan, no-one knows more than our tour leaders. InsideJapan tour leader Thomas Siebert takes us to five of his favourite places to get off the beaten track in Kyoto. (more…)

  • Fukushima: Inside the nuclear exclusion zone

    11th March marks 8 years since the Tohoku earthquake and tsunami wreaked devastation in Japan, including the nuclear disaster at the Fukushima Daiichi Power Plant. Ruth from our Bristol office recently met up with a community-based tourism initiative for a very special tour inside the Fukushima nuclear exclusion zone. (more…)

  • Guide to photography in Japan

    As one of the most photogenic countries in the world, it's no wonder Japan has become a mecca for photography enthusiasts. Tour leader Marky Hobold gives us the lowdown on everything from the origins of photography in Japan to the best camera shops in the capital. (more…)


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