Tours of Japan
One of the best ways of getting the most out of a trip to Japan is by joining a tour of the country or a particular city or attraction.
A number of Japan and foreign based tour companies operate a variety of tours of Japan including bus tours, bespoke tours and tours of various attractions.
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Japan Travelogue specialize in small group guided tours and custom itineraries for discerning travellers keen to experience Japan's cultural, historical and culinary highlights.
Our tour groups, led by Japan experts, use local transport and walk the back roads for an unforgettable journey through this fascinating and still relatively unexplored country.
ReadyClickAndGo offers private sightseeing tours and excursions by public transport, guide hire and cultural activities in Tokyo and Kyoto. We offer a first-class personalised service, tailor-made itineraries and convenient and secure online payment with no hidden extra fees. Get the most from your sightseeing with ReadyClickAndGo!
HIS Experience Tours
HIS Experience Japan offer various Tokyo tours including a tour to watch young sumo wrestlers practicing at their stable in Ryogoku, Tokyo, a samurai sword display, a tour of Japanese pop culture in Akihabara, a tea ceremony demonstration and a simple Japanese language class.
Viator offer Tokyo tours and tours of Kyoto and Nara as well as a number of other destinations in Japan including Nikko, Hakone and Kamakura. Tour duration can be half-day, full-day or multiple day tours by luxury coach or shinkansen bullet train. Tours originate both from Tokyo and Kyoto.
Walk Japan has been offering off-the-beaten-track walking tours of Japan since 1992. Join one of Walk Japan's tours including the popular Nakasendo Way tour, the Shogun Trail, the Kunisaki Trek in Kyushu and the Basho Tour taking in Tohoku and Sado Island. Walk Japan's tours often begin in either Tokyo or Kyoto and present a great way to see the country, feet on the ground, one step at a time.
Context is a network of scholars and specialists, who, as well as their normal work as researchers and professors, plan and lead in-depth walking seminars for small groups of intellectually curious travelers from around the globe. Presently Context offers tours in both Tokyo and Kyoto including intellectual tours focused on Japanese cuisine, art, Japanese gardens and crafts.