Japan is easy and safe to navigate, Japan is one of the safest countries in the world, and having no visa restrictions makes it possible for many to visit without the need for any visa requirements.
This is a place full of surprises, Imagine taking a state-of-the-art cable car to a traditional temple, where you are greeted by monks that will be seen driving their Mercedes Benz with an electric blanket as an accompaniment during the winter months.
There is a good selection of group activities available in Kyushu that reveal the surrounding landscape and its heritage.
We try and make possible anything impossible… How about holding a gala dinner or a private party in one of Kyoto’s many stunning UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
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The National Art Center, was designed by the famous architect Kisho Kurokawa, The venue possesses the largest exhibition space in Japan and can be used for a variety of exhibitions and events.
For a truly genuine Japanese experience, we suggest you try staying overnight in a traditional Japanese ryokan and experience soaking in an onsen hot spring. – WOW Experience
Groups visits to a private temple located in the hills of Kyoto will help guests immerse themselves in the traditions and cultural experiences of zen meditation and sword fighting.
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CHICHIBU NIGHT FESTIVAL
WHEN: 2 -3 December WHERE: Chichibu Shrine BEST FOR: Religious & Cultural Event
HANAMI (CHERRY BLOSSOM VIEWING)
WHEN: Late January Early February WHERE: Nago, Okinawa BEST FOR: Cultural Dancing, Folk Event
WHEN: 15 March WHERE: Komaki, Aichi Prefecture, Near Nagoya BEST FOR: Ceremony to symbolise and celebrate male & female fertility
WHEN: 17 June WHERE: Itsukushima Shrine, Mayajima, Hiroshima BEST FOR: Music, History, Religion
OWARA KAZE-NO-BON MATSURI
WHEN: 1 -3 September WHERE: Suwa-machi, Yatsuo, Toyama BEST FOR: Folk Culture, Dance and Music
WHEN: 3rd Friday, Saturday and Sunday in May WHERE: Asakusa District of Tokyo BEST FOR: Folklore, Culture, Drink and Fun
SAPPORO SNOW FESTIVAL
WHEN: 2nd Week in February WHERE: Sapporo City, Hokkaido BEST FOR: Ice art, Architecture
SOMA – NOMAOI
WHEN: 23 – 25 July WHERE: Hibari-ga Hara, Haramachi, Fukushima BEST FOR: Pageantry, Cultural and Historical Event
WHEN: 14 – 15 April WHERE: Takayama Old Town, Kokobunji, Chibu Region BEST FOR: Traditional Folklore Culture and Beauty
WHEN: Late July (Throughout the month) WHERE: Tenmangu Shrine, Osaka BEST FOR: Historical Cultural Spectacle
TETSUYA ODORI AT GUJO HACHIMAN
WHEN: 13 – 16 August WHERE: Gujo Hachiman, Gifu BEST FOR: Dance, Folklore Traditional Culture
TOKYO MAY BASHO
WHEN: 2 weeks in Mid May WHERE: Ryogoku Kokugikan (Sumo Wrestling Hall) Tokyo BEST FOR: Sporting Event
WHEN: 14 January WHERE: Wakakusa-Yuma, Nara BEST FOR: Traditional Religious Cultural Spectacle
YAMABOKO JUNKO AT GION MATSURI
WHEN: 17 July WHERE: Yasaka-Jinja Shrine, Higashiyama-Ku, Kyoto City BEST FOR: Carnival, Folklore Spectacle