Period: Aug – Oct
Full of interesting sights, Ibaraki is a prefecture in Japan not to be underestimated. Best known for its Kairaku-en Garden, rated as one of Japan’s top 3 gardens, the garden houses more than 3,000 plum trees and many colourful flowers, providing a peaceful setting for anyone looking for an enjoyable stroll along the transquil mountain side. For an authentic taste of Japan, join us on our next trip to the quaint, beautiful town of Ibaraki.
Period: Aug -Mar
Explore the Northward Golden Route of Japan by RAIL in Autumn & Winter.
Period: July – Oct
Happo Pond is a glittering gem nestled high in the Northern Japanese Alps. On a clear day, the pond reflects the near-3,000m peaks of the Hakuba Sanzan mountains in its waters. Despite its lofty location, the pond is a brisk 90-minute, 1.5km hike from the highest chair lift.
Period: June – Sep
GO EASY! You do not need to prepare anything. “Tents, camping goods, food.. it sounds lots of work.” Don’t worry. You do not need to bring anything. We do everything for you. Enjoy glamping with our professional camper who will wait for you with comfortable tents and delicious meals crafted in Fuji.
Date: 17-22 May 2019
Skill & Physical Level: Upper-Intermediate (*Required Crampon & Ice axes use skills, basic rock climbing skills, basic snow trek skills, 8hrs climbing or more)
The mountains in Japan are ideal field to learn the climbing technique, rock, snow, ice, etc. and we provide the suitable climbing session programs for you to learn the specific mountain skills you need.
Date: 18-20 Jan, 13-15 Mar, 21-23 Apr, 10-12 Jun
Tea fields, Hot springs, and gorgeous views of Mt Fuji; these are just some of the things that make the Shizuoka Prefecture one of the most highly sought-after sightseeing and relaxation spots in Japan. Join us as we bring you to two of Shizuoka’s most popular cities, Fuji City and Fujinomiya, and bring you on a tour that will whet your appetite for adventure, serenity, and of course, delicious Japanese food.
Date: 30 Aug – 04 Sep 2018
Mt. GoRyu-dake (Five Dragons), 2,814 m ~ a non technical climb & a good challenge for beginners to mid-level trekkers.