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Japan's fifth-largest city, Sapporo is a surprisingly dynamic and cosmopolitan urban centre that pulses with energy.
Today, Tokyo offers a seemingly unlimited choice of shopping, entertainment, culture and dining to its visitors.
There are many hundreds of towns throughout Japan that offer a Hot Springs experience, But Hakone is the most famous.
Kyoto served as Japanâ€™s capital and the emperorâ€™s residence, now its your turn to have a royal experience
If you are wanting to see more of Rural Japan, and less crowded areas of Japan, the Mie Prefecture is a great option.
Being on the Coast, seafood, especially Crab is very popular with Japanese tourists, so please do as the Japanese do !
Step back in time with a visit to Takayama. Hillside shrines and Temples thatbeckon. This preserved town will entrance.
Matsumoto, a great abalnce of art, traditional and excellent photo opportunites.
Even though a little harder to be reached if you only have limited time in Japan, Nagasaki offers history, Unesco World
We’re back in New York after a rewarding trip to China an Japan. No new ravel until Christmas week (Mexico) and two European trips in March and May. Your itnerary worked very well for us. It was the right mix of escorted and self travel – and we could not have had better weather in both countries. The bullet trains were great (living in the Northeast corridor of the US and dealing with Amtrak makes for a sad comparison) The guides were all knowledgeable, articulate and friendly (with special kudos to Tomomi Azuma in Kyoto), and the hotels were al excellent. A small nit for which I probably should have warned you is that I have some back problems (not debilitating as I play tennis at least three times a week), so two ryokan experiences might have been too much (but that’s on me). Again, thanks so much for your guidance. We won’t hesitate to recommend your services in the future. Richard... READ MORE
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