TRAVELS IN JAPAN -
IT CANNOT BE EASIER !
We support individuals and small group tours visiting Japan by customizing itineraries according to our customer's preferences, and in cooperation with specialized travel agencies. We arrange professional guide-interpreters and escorts for business and tourist visits to Japan.
We are happy to share our knowledge of the very best cherry blossom spots, most scenic hiking trails, greatest fireworks festivals, hidden hot spring baths, bustling discount stores, and cozy bars and restaurants across Japan.
With our network of professional escorts and guide-interpreters, and friendly partnership and contacts in tourism,
your itinerary planning and checking for consistency, as well as reservation of hotels, purchase of bus, train, and flight tickets are done smoothly without ever worrying about the language
From the bright neon lights of Shibuya to the sacred ancient trails of Kumano, or from the hilltop temple of Yamadera to the thatched roof houses of Shirakawago, our well-traveled staffs will assist you in the way that best suits your demands. Are you interested in visiting a sumo stable, or participating in an automobile factory tour? Needing a knowledgeable guide to Japan's industry or (sub-)culture? Could you be planning a visit with a large group of friends or family, and struggling to find a driver and a guide? Need shopping, but without breaking the bank? As a small-scale enterprise, we are flexible to your demands. We might be just what you are searching for.
Mount Takao, or Takaosan, is a mountain in the western suburbs of Tokyo. Standing about 600 metres tall and located within an hour of central Tokyo (and inexpensive 381 yen by Keio Railway), it is a popular hiking spot (actually the most popular hiking spot in the world, according to Guinness Book of Records). As such, 2.5 million people visit here.
(*Personal advice: don't bother to come here unless you come early in the morning, if during the weekend of peak autumn colors season. There was already a line at 07:45, fifteen minutes before the first cable car departure).