"If your computer speaks English, it was probably made in Japan."
Your devoted travel experts, for all things Japan. From the sushi bars of Tokyo, to the Kabuki theatres in Kyoto, we've got you covered.
The Neon Capital
You can never truly escape from the pounding heartbeat of the city nor the bright neon lights, so why fight it? Immerse yourself into the crowds and explore a city that is truly alive and vibrant. Choose from the many unique districts of Akihabara or Ginza, and maybe stop to people-watch at the infamous Shibuya crossing.
Visit the little enclaves around the city where peace and tranquility still reside. Enjoy a peaceful walk at the park and watch the city hustle and bustle from a distance. If you're visiting in autumn, sip a cup of matcha as you savour the beautiful colours of fall. Consider coming during springtime to see the cherry blossoms in full bloom.
As with everything the Japanese do, the obsession with perfection permeates their cuisine. Precision is the order of the day should you choose to trust your chef for an exquisite omakase dinner. Diners recommends only the best establishments to suit your tastes, each hand-picked to ensure the highest quality of craft and ingredients.
Music and Culture
While Japanese traditional music and theatre are staples of every visit to this beautiful country, there are a wide variety of other experiences available for those seeking a slice of local culture. Consider watching a sumo wrestling match for some power packed adrenaline, or be pampered by the sounds of one of the world's finest orchestras, the NHK Symphony.
While Tokyo is the modern nerve centre of Japan, Kyoto, its ancient capital, is worlds apart. Time travel back to the days of the samurai and warlords, as you explore an Asian take on royalty and medieval drama. Be escorted around the historical city by our expert local guides, and discuss various topics on the impact of modernisation on Japanese culture then and now.
Stroll down the fabled streets in the day or night, and be transported into a surreal alternate reality. A sure-fire way to complete this transformation is to learn the ways of the samurai and shoot your very own choreographed short film. Sit down for lunch the Japanese way and enjoy regional specialities like Shojin ryori or indulge in a Kaiseki dinner.
Niseko Ski Resorts
Niseko is a town on Japan’s northern Hokkaido Island, near the dormant volcano of Mt. Yotei. Major ski centers like Niseko Mt. Resort Grand Hirafu occupy the slopes of Mt. Niseko-Annupuri. The surrounding mountains are dotted with numerous hot spring resorts, known as onsen. The Shiribetsu River is known for its white-water rapids. The area also features several golf courses against a backdrop of snow-capped peaks.
Be it the perfect onsen in the mountains or the picturesque ski resort. Diners Travel knows how to recommend the best locations based on your preferences. We can arrange exclusive stays and special experiences to make this vacation one of a kind.
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THE HIDDEN GEMS
Itsukushima, also known as Miyajima, is a small island in Hiroshima Bay, western Japan. It is known for its forests and ancient temples. Just offshore, the giant, orange Great Torii Gate is partially submerged at high tide. It marks the entrance to the Itsukushima Shrine, which was first built in the 12th century. Nearby, the Museum of History and Folklore has cultural artifacts in a 19th-century merchant's home.
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