With a maximum speed of 320 km/h, being on a Shinkansen (bullet train -新幹線) feels like being on a plane that is hurtling down the runway right before take-off; it runs fast but smoother and makes much less noise. The view outside the window looks like a video playing on fast-forward.
Riding the Shinkansen is a bit of an experience in and of itself. For many visitors, it is one of the "must-do things" on the list.
Whether you live in Japan or want to visit the country, there are tours in which you can participate that enrich your experience. Food tours, cooking classes, day trips—whatever your interests, there is something for everyone.
You'll be able to enjoy local cuisine in restaurants, which is often more affordable than Western food. Taking a cooking class will give you the opportunity to learn from expert chefs. You'll also be able to impress friends and coworkers with your cooking skills when you get back home.
Are you planning to visit Kyoto but are worried about your Japanese ability and whether you can make bus and train transfers properly? Or your stay is short and you’d like to discover as many of Kyoto’s dispersed temples, shrines, and cultural attractions as possible in one day!
You have to be thinking about what you should do for lunch! The Muslim-Friendly Tour of Kyoto allows you to visit Kyoto's prime highlights in an efficient manner and also includes a halal lunch.
Are you planning a trip to Japan? Have little time yet, want to visit some of your favorite places? Or perhaps you'd like to get a true sense of ancient and modern Japan! If you do not find the activity or tour of your interest on our lists, you can request a customized one.
Our tour planners will ensure that you have a memorable and hassle-free experience exploring the beautiful sights and cultural wonders of Japan according to your preferences, time, needs, and budget.