Most Popular Japan Activities

Japan is renowned for its unique culture, cuisine, and landscapes. A trip to Japan offers you the chance to admire traditional gardens, shrines, and temples, enjoy a variety of delicious Japanese dishes, and indulge in shopping. From the Sakura in spring and fireworks festivals in summer to hot springs surrounded by snowy scenery in winter, Japan is an unmissable year-round destination to explore.

Travelers seeking a traditional Japanese atmosphere should not miss the shrines and ancient streets of cities like Kyoto, Nara, and Kamakura. Wandering through these historic towns in a yukata is a wonderful and unforgettable experience. The world-renowned Fuji Mountain area attracts nature lovers with its breathtaking scenery. You can cruise on the serene lake in Hakone or hike up Mt. Fuji in the suitable season. In northern Japan, Hokkaido is known for its pastoral landscapes and wildlife reserves. Attending the Sapporo Snow Festival in winter or relaxing in the healing hot springs of Noboribetsu Onsen are highlights of a winter trip to Japan. There's nothing more delightful than enjoying a Kaiseki dinner or sipping Japan's sake after a full day of sightseeing!

Authentic Activities in Japan

Experiencing the authentic activities would be the longest memories for you of the country. As part of our research trips, we seek out lots of ways to get to know Japan, as well as the best local guides.

Glimpse the beauty of Mount Fuji

Revered in Japanese art, literature, and spiritual practices, Mount Fuji is the Japan's highest peak. This iconic stratovolcano captivates with its perfect cone, snow-capped summit, and cultural prominence.

Experience a lesson of Sushi-making

Sushi is a trademark of Japanese cuisine and the most famous Japanese dish in the world. Many travelers that come to Japan have included sushi on their to-do lists. Learn how to make it and bring this new skill home.

Watch Geisha Dance in Kyoto

Meeting Japanese geisha is a magical and memorable experience. Embark on an unforgettable geisha dinner show at a traditional Kyoto teahouse. Get a insight into one of Japan's most unique cultures and traditions.

Hanami under the Cherry Blossoms

Hanami is a Japanese custom of viewing sakura (cherry blossoms) in spring. Once a year, sweeping from the south of Japan to the north in a wave of explosive color, bright sprays of cherry blossom takes over almost every park, temple, and street.

Meet the cute snow monkeys

The Jigokudani Snow Monkey Park offers travellers an unique experience of seeing wild monkeys bathing in a natural hot spring. It is buried in snow almost one third of the year, that makes here a paradise for monkeys.

Slip into a kimono

Wearing a traditional Japanese Kimono is an experience you don't want to miss in you Japan trip. This makes it a perfect backdrop for photos as you stroll the streets with this beautiful Japanese outfit.

Bargain in Tsukiji Fish Market

Tsukiji Fish Market is the biggest wholesale fish and seafood market in the world. This bustling market is high on the list of top Tokyo attractions, and there's something for everyone - not just the seafood lovers.

Soak in onsen (hot spring) & explore onsen towns

Visiting an onsen, the celebrated natural hot springs of Japan, is a highlight for many travelers. The waters are famed for their relaxing and restorative properties. Let go of any hesitations and ready yourself for a nurturing, rejuvenating soak.

Stay overnight in a traditional ryokan

Revitalizing hot spring baths, multi-course Japanese food, neat tatami rooms, and the comfiest pillows you've ever tried, staying at a ryokan is a fantastic experience during your trip in Japan.

Ride a Shinkansen (Bullet Train)

Shinkansen bullet trains are the fastest and most convenient way of discovering Japan. Its network covers most of Japan, so when you're travelling through Japan, the Shinkansen is great way for discovering all the beautiful places in the country.

Feed the friendly deer in Nara

Entering into the Nara Park, you will find many beautiful and friendly deer wandering freely throughout the grounds. They have become accustomed to humans and happy for visitors to feed them special crackers.

Learn the Art of the Tea Ceremony

Tea Ceremony will be one of the best and memorable experiences you can have in Japan! Joining this traditional cultural activity, you'll got a deeper understanding of Japanese culture and create unique memories.

Go skiing in powder snow

Japan receives some of the highest amounts of snow in the world and is world-famous for powder snow, this prodigious, light and fluffy snow lovingly known to skiers and snowboarders as "Japow".

Marvel at Hokkaido's rainbow meadows - Farm Tomita

As an iconic scene of Hokkaido, Farm Tomita is famous for its lavender fields and picturesque flower gardens. The fascinating flower field which is called "color scheme field" stretching out on the hill of Farm Tomita and seems like stunning paintings.

Enjoy a Day at Universal Studios Japan

Universal Studios Japan (USJ) is an ideal holiday resort and a must-visit place for kids and kids-at-heart. This world-class theme park situated in Osaka and offering a variety of attractions and events for guests of all ages.