Join Us On An Adventure In Japan

Since 2003, we have offered both private tours and scheduled small group tours.

  • Experience Japan, not just a packaged version designed for tourists

  • See and do things not possible from a motor coach

  • Acquire a deeper appreciation for what makes Japan special

Japan is one of the safest, cleanest countries you will ever visit. The people are courteous, the food is amazing, and the culture, with its ancient roots, is fascinating and unique.

About Us

Each Scheduled Tour Includes

  • Overnight lodging and transportation as required by the itinerary.
    Note: we offer Land-only tours.*

  • Fees for included attractions

  • Breakfast each morning, plus other meals

  • Scheduled tours are never more than 12 people to guarantee an authentic experience

Our Tours

Japan Art Adventures

Consider a Deluxe Tour focusing in on Japanese Art, Craft, & Architecture.

We have teamed up with sculptor and designer David Orth – a longtime student of Japanese aesthetics. Whether you are an Artist, a Designer, or simply enjoy the Creative aspect of life, we will take you on a 17-day Quest for traditional and modern Japanese craft, architecture, and more. This trip is rounded out with visits to top Edo Period Gardens, fun hands-on Craft Experiences, excellent Cuisine, and Deluxe Lodging.

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*Please note: we offer Land-only tours; you are responsible for getting to and from Japan. Also, please note some tours may begin in Osaka and end in Tokyo. Please call Steve if you have questions about this. Steve (or one of his associates) will meet you as you emerge from Customs at the Airport on the Tour Commencement Date. Flights from North America always depart a day earlier, since you “lose a day” crossing the International Date Line. If you are considering arriving at or departing from Haneda Airport (HND), or have other plans for arriving in Japan, please discuss this with Steve as early as possible. Some flights into Haneda arrive at very inconvenient times (which is probably one reason they are sometimes cheaper). Please read our Terms & Conditions before committing to any tour.