An eclectic mix of ancient traditions and contemporary lifestyle, Japan is surprisingly diverse.
The blend is so natural that you become part of the process without realizing it. Massively
colorful platters with fresh silvers sashimi, lush dark green rolls of seaweed reflect the Japanese
urge of perfection and balance.
With Japan’s efficient bullet train network, which makes travel incredibly easy. All the major
cities have a subway network with English signboards supporting the curiosity-driven traveler in
If the agenda of your visit is fine-dining and witnessing the stereotypical image of Japan, you
can visit it any time of the year. For those who want to visit during the famous Cherry Blossom
season, the best time to visit is late March as the trees start to bloom in the southern part of
The comfortable temperatures of Spring make it a great time to visit Japan. This period between
September to November also seems to have come out straight from a postcard as the spread of
vivid autumnal leaves takes over the country.
When in Japan, always keep your belly a little light as every next stop is the place of a great
meal. The drive to become perfect can be seen in Japan’s culinary scene with restaurants that
have become specialists of one dish as there are generations involved in perfecting it.
Consider yourself lucky to be here because Japan has mastered the art of seasonal cuisines,
and no matter the time of your visit, you will be treated with dishes made from freshly sourced
Dive into an immensely organized world, with carefully designed itineraries like Japan Explorer, Best of Japan, and Japan Express that aim to fulfill all travel aspirations from your trip to Japan.
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