Solos Only

Japan Solo Travel Tour

Featuring: Autumn Colours (end October/November)

Welcome to the mesmerising land of Japan, a country brimming with captivating beauty, ancient traditions, and cutting-edge modernity. Embark on a remarkable discovery that will take you through the major highlights of this enchanting nation. Join us on this small-group tour, as we delve into the vibrant tapestry of Japan's rich culture, awe-inspiring landscapes, and iconic landmarks.

Our adventure begins in the dynamic metropolis of Tokyo, where tradition and innovation seamlessly blend. Next, we journey to Mt. Fuji for a day tour, marvelling at its majestic beauty. Cruise along Lake Kawaguchiko, taking in the breathtaking scenery. In Matsumoto, visit the awe-inspiring Matsumoto Castle and explore the spiritual Zenkoji Temple. Continuing our journey, experience Takayama overnight then onto Kanazawa, renowned for its arts and crafts. Discover the tranquility of Kenrokuen Garden. We then venture to some of the local picturesque villages, immersing ourselves in their rustic charm. In Hiroshima, pay homage to the past at the Peace Park and Atomic Bomb Dome. Explore the city and visit the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum. On Miyajima Island, admire the beauty of Itsukushima Jinja and encounter friendly deer. 

Our journey ends in Osaka, where modernity thrives. Enjoy the panoramic view from the Umeda Sky Building and explore Osaka Castle. Immerse yourself in the lively atmosphere of Dotonbori and Shinsaibashi. Join us on this unforgettable tour of Japan, a country that seamlessly blends its rich heritage with modern marvels. Unlock the secrets of this extraordinary destination and create lifelong memories.


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    16 Days
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    AUD $10845
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    Private coach, Train
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'I really enjoyed the traditional side of Japan ........ Had a wonderful time.'

Tracey, 56 years, QLD

' Japan is a very diverse place - the country is wonderful.'

Nikki, 50 years, QLD



  • 15 nights (3 & 4 star) hotel stays
  • 15 breakfasts
  • 5 lunches
  • 4 dinners 


  • English-speaking locally based tour guide/s escorts group
  • All sightseeing and entries detailed by itinerary


  • Private group coach
  • Limited Express train
  • Shinkansen Bullet train
  • Lake cruise boat 


  • All applicable taxes
  • Small group, maximum 21 travellers

Travel insurance is a mandatory requirement for joining this tour and is in addition to the package price. 

Not included: 

  • Airfares to/from Japan (unless requested)
  • Airport transfers unless specified
  • Porter service not available
  • Travel insurance
  • Excess baggage
  • Visa fees if applicable
  • Any tips or porterage at airports, hotels, drivers & local staff
  • Meals and beverages not specified on itinerary
  • Items of a personal nature such as laundry & medical expenses
  • Incidental expenses such as taxi fares, telecommunications

Departure Dates for this tour

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25 OCT - 9 NOV 24
Early bird offer
AUD$10845 own room

Travel Dates: Friday 25 October – Saturday 9 November 2024   

Book and pay deposit by 14 March 2024 and SAVE $150 on the tour price when booking your own room
note: Does not apply to twin share bookings



STANDARD Package per person

AUD $10845

PRE TOUR: Tokyo group hotel with breakfast
rate applies 23 & 24 OCT 2024

AUD $270

POST TOUR: group hotel with breakfast
rate applies 9 & 10 OCT 2024

AUD $275

Arrival Transfer – Haneda International Airport to Tokyo Group Hotel
(group service)

AUD $140

Arrival Transfer – Narita International Airport to Tokyo Group Hotel
Narita Express Train to Tokyo Central Station recommended


Departure Transfer – Osaka Group Hotel to Kansai International Airport
(group service)


Departure Transfer – Osaka Group Hotel to Itami International Airport
(group service)


Trip Code: japan24-10




  • A 3 night Tokyo stay to cover the major highlights; Asakusa Sensoji Kanon Temple, Wander Nakamise Street, Visit the iconic Ueno Park, Team Lab Planets - a digital art wonderland, The trendy neighbourhoods of Harajuku and Omotesando, the famous Shibuya Crossing, one of the busiest pedestrian crossings in the world. 
  • See the awe-inspiring Mount Fuji, Japan's tallest and most revered mountain.
  • Stop at Oshino Hakkai, a tranquil village with enchanting scenery
  • Cruise on Lake Kawaguchiko - enjoy the ppanoramic views of Mount Fuji
  • Matsumoto Castle, a national treasure and one of Japan's most stunning historic landmarks.
  • Delve into the heart of Takayama's charm including the Hida Folk Village
  • A two night stay Kanazawa
  • The majestic Kanazawa Castle
  • Visit Kenrokuen Garden, one of Japan's most celebrated gardens.
  • Explore Kanazawa’s Higashi Chaya District, a traditional geisha district
  • Experience a traditional Tea Ceremony.
  • Bullet train to Okayama
  • Visit the tranquil Korakuen Garden
  • A two night stay, Hiroshima for reflections and historical insights of the city
  • Venture to the enchanting Miyajima Island and visit Itsukushima Jinja by ferry.
  • A sightseeing stop at the enchanting city of Himeji

  • Enjoy all the charm of Kyoto with a 3 night stay; Experience the natural beauty of the Arashiyama Bamboo Grove, visit to Fushimi Inari Shrine, Explore the Fushimi Sake District, visit splendid Kinkakuji, also known as the Golden Pavilion, A trip to the impressive Nijo Castle, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, visit Maruyama Park, a serene oasis in the heart of the city, the charming Gion area, known for its traditional architecture and historic tea houses. 
  • The historic city of Nara – explore the awe-inspiring Todaiji Temple
  • Visit the Deer Park, Nara
  • Visit the magnificent Osaka Castle
  • Nishinomaru Garden, a beautiful park surrounding Osaka Castle
  • Explore Osaka’s Dotonbori and Shinsaibashi vibrant neighbourhoods
  • Group lunches and dinners included along the way. 


Arrive Tokyo

Arrive to Tokyo at your leisure.  The day is at your leisure.

Meals: n/a


Explore Tokyo’s Timeless Charm

Get ready for an exciting day ahead. After breakfast, we kick-start our adventure in Tokyo with a full-day city tour that promises to be memorable.

We pay a visit to the iconic Ueno Park, a sprawling oasis of greenery in the heart of the city for an easy paced discovery. We go to the Asakusa prefecture to wander around the Asakusa Sensoji Kanon Temple, a serene and ancient temple. We meander through Nakamise Street, a bustling marketplace brimming with vibrant stalls selling all sorts of trinkets and souvenirs. Feel free to indulge in some local shopping and grab unique keepsakes. 

For lunch, you have the freedom to choose your own culinary adventure. Tokyo is a food lover's paradise, offering a myriad of choice. There is afternoon time for local exploring before we reunite to transfer back to our hotel.

Meals: Breakfast, Dinner



Modern Tokyo

Today, some of Tokyo's most unique and vibrant spots, promising a day filled with immersive experiences and urban delights.

First, Team Lab Planets. Get ready to be mesmerised by a digital art wonderland that's sure to ignite your imagination. This interactive art exhibition will take you on a journey of colours, lights, and creativity – a very unique experience not to be missed! We have a local lunch together. After lunch, explore the trendy neighbourhood of Harajuku and Omotesando on foot. It’s at your own pace with time set aside to explore at your own pace. Harajuku is a vibrant hub of youth culture and fashion, known for its quirky street style and trendy boutiques. Omotesando, on the other hand, offers a more upscale shopping experience, with luxury brands and stylish architecture lining the tree-lined avenue. It's a fantastic contrast to the youthful energy of Harajuku. We make a stop at the iconic Shibuya Crossing, to witness and walk one of the busiest pedestrian crossings in the world.

Later in the afternoon we head back to the hotel with the evening at leisure.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch


Tokyo - Mount Fuji - Matsumoto

Mt Fuji Japan with Encounter Travel

We check out of our Tokyo hotel, ready for an easy paced morning as we set off towards awe-inspiring Mount Fuji, Japan's tallest and most revered mountain. The journey itself offers glimpses of the picturesque countryside.

Visits and attractions today include; a relaxing cruise on Lake Kawaguchiko - unwind and enjoy the stunning panoramic views of Mount Fuji reflected on the serene waters. We visit Oshino Hakkai, an enchanting photo stop with the majestic mountain as a captivating backdrop. We'll continue to the Mount Fuji Panoramic Ropeway, to take in sweeping vistas of the surrounding landscapes.  Today, lunch together today at a local restaurant. We farewell the awe-inspiring Mount Fuji and make our way to the charming city of Matsumoto. As the day draws to a close, we check into our hotel and dinner together in house.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner 


Matsumoto (Nagano)

From Matsumoto we drive to the city of Nagano. It’s the gateway city to the Japanese Alps and a special visit during ‘Sakura’ or the change of season to Autumn colours. It’s here we visit one of Japan’s most iconic temples, Zenkoji Temple.

We will be back to Matsumoto in the afternoon with time for a lunch break, then a photostop of the iconic Matsumoto Castle, a national treasure and one of Japan's most stunning historic landmarks. Late in the afternoon we are back at our hotel and there’s the rest of the day at leisure.

Meals: Breakfast 


Matsumoto - Takayama

After breakfast, journey to the captivating town of Takayama. The road to our destination promises to be  scenic, with breathtaking views of the countryside. Arrival to Takayama is well timed for lunch in the city. In the afternoon, delve into the heart of Takayama's charm.

This afternoon we have two stops; we visit the Hida Folk Village, where you can immerse yourself in the local history and culture. This open-air museum showcases traditional houses and structures from the region, offering a fascinating glimpse into the past. At the Hida Takayama Crafts Experience Center, you'll have the opportunity to try your hand at crafting, guided by skilled artisans who will share their expertise with you. We also enjoy Takayama’s  Old Town, a place that oozes nostalgia with its beautifully preserved traditional buildings and streets. As you walk through the alleys, you'll feel as if you've stepped back in time, surrounded by the rich cultural heritage of Japan.

Later in the afternoon check into our hotel for our overnight stay.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch


Takayama - Kanazawa

Our day begins with a morning departure from the charming Takayama, setting our course for the enchanting city of Kanazawa.  Our first stop is Ogimachi Village, a UNESCO World Heritage Site nestled amidst the captivating mountains of Gifu. Here, traditional thatched-roof houses known as "gassho-zukuri" stand as living testaments to Japan's rural heritage. Stroll through this idyllic village, where time appears to have stood still.

Lunchtime is yours to savour at your leisure, offering the freedom to explore local culinary delights. Continuing our journey, we venture to Gokayama, another treasure trove of ancient traditions. Here, we visit Ainokura Village, where the thatched-roof houses of Gassho-style architecture create a picturesque setting that feels like stepping into a fairytale.

Our final destination for the next two nights is Kanazawa, a city renowned for its refined arts and rich cultural heritage.

Meals: Breakfast



Unveil Kanazawa, a city steeped in history and sophistication. We unveil the exquisite Kenrokuen Garden, often acclaimed as one of Japan's most breathtaking gardens. 

Lunchtime beckons, and we take lunch break then continue on to wander through the Higashi Chaya District. This well-preserved geisha district offers a glimpse into Japan's traditional culture, where wooden teahouses exude an old-world charm that transports you to a bygone era. 

Our day culminates with a traditional Japanese tea ceremony, an art form that embodies grace and ritual. Sip on fragrant matcha tea, and let the tranquil ambiance wash over you as you partake in this age-old tradition.

After our tea ceremony we make our way back to our Kanazawa hotel.

Visit to Kanazawa Castle not possible due to earthquake.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch


Kanazawa (Limited Express & Bullet Train) – Okayama - Hiroshima 

Today, we continue our journey. It’s a longer day of travel, leaving Kanazawa behind for the historically significant city of Hiroshima. We journey by both the Limited Express and Shinkansen Bullet train, whisking us away from Kanazawa to the vibrant city of Okayama. Sit back, relax, and enjoy the swift and comfortable trip by rail.

By the time we arrive in Okayama, it’s time for lunch with the freedom to explore and pick your own lunch spot. After lunch take a visit to the tranquil Korakuen Garden, one of Japan's three most beautiful gardens; showcasing seasonal beauty and a sense of harmony with nature. Also take in the sight of the iconic Okayama Castle. Near the day end, we make our way to the picturesque Kurashiki Canal area. The charming canal, lined with traditional buildings, exudes an old-world charm that will transport you to a simpler time.  Then, onto Hiroshima for our next two nights of stay arriving in the evening.

Meals: Breakfast

Before we depart, pack an overnight bag for our two nights of stay in Hiroshima.

DAY 10

Hiroshima Reflections

Today, a tribute to Hiroshima’s past and embracing the beauty of the present.

Our first stop is the poignant Hiroshima Peace Park and the iconic Atomic Bomb Dome. These powerful landmarks stand as symbols of hope, peace, and resilience in the face of tragedy of lives affected by the atomic bomb during World War II. Next, delve deeper into Hiroshima's history with a visit to the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum. This thought-provoking museum offers insights into the events of that fateful day in 1945.

After lunch, we venture to the enchanting Miyajima Island and visit Itsukushima Jinja by ferry. The island is famous for its picturesque torii gate, which appears to float on the water during high tide.

Near the day end return to our hotel in Hiroshima, where you can relax and reflect on the emotional and captivating day you've had.

Meals: Breakfast

DAY 11

Hiroshima (via Himeji) - Kyoto

Today, we continue our journey from Hiroshima to Kyoto, with a delightful stop at the enchanting city of Himeji  - a city known for its splendid castle and historical significance. We visit the majestic Himeji Castle, also known as the "White Heron Castle" due to its pristine white exterior, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and an epitome of traditional Japanese architecture.

After lunch at leisure, we set off for the culturally rich city of Kyoto. By the end of the day we arrive to Kyoto. We check into our hotel for our next three nights of stay. Kyoto, with its ancient temples, serene gardens, and traditional arts, promises to be a captivating destination that will transport you back in time.

Meals: Breakfast, Dinner


DAY 12

Treasures Kyoto

The day is dedicated to exploring the cultural treasures of Kyoto, a city renowned for its rich history and breath taking landscapes.

We immerse ourselves in the natural beauty of the Arashiyama Bamboo Grove. As you wander through this enchanting bamboo forest, feel the tranquillity and magic that surrounds you. An equally enchanting visit is to the iconic Kiyomizu-dera Temple. This UNESCO World Heritage Site offers sweeping views of the city and is known for its wooden terrace that seems to float in the air.

Kyoto is a culinary haven, and today we enjoy lunch together.  In the afternoon, our journey continues with a visit to Fushimi Inari Shrine. Prepare to be mesmerised by the thousands of vibrant red torii gates that wind their way through the forested Mount Inari. We'll also explore the nearby Fushimi Sake District, where you can learn about the art of sake brewing and even sample some of the finest varieties.

As the day draws to a close we return to our hotel.

Meals: Breakfast


DAY 13

Golden Kyoto

Another day of cultural wonders as we continue our exploration of Kyoto.

We visit the majestic Kinkakuji, also known as the Golden Pavilion. This iconic Zen Buddhist temple is a sight to behold, with its shimmering gold leaf exterior. It's a picture-perfect scene that embodies the essence of Kyoto's architectural splendour. Next up is a trip to the impressive Nijo Castle, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a symbol of the city's feudal past. You have the freedom to choose your own lunch spot today, and Kyoto offers a myriad of delightful dining options to satisfy every palate.

Golden Pavilion, Kyoto

In the afternoon, visit Maruyama Park, a serene oasis in the heart of the city. Take a leisurely stroll through the park's tranquil paths, and if it is the spring cherry blossom season and the trees are in bloom you’re in for a treat.

Next, we'll venture to the charming Gion area, known for its traditional architecture and historic tea houses. Keep an eye out for geisha and maiko dressed in elegant kimonos, as this area is a hotspot for traditional entertainment and culture.

As the day draws to a close, we'll transfer you back to our hotel.

Meals: Breakfast

DAY 14

Kyoto – Nara – Osaka

We depart Kyoto for the historic city of Nara and the vibrant metropolis of Osaka.

Arriving to Nara we begin our exploration at the awe-inspiring Todaiji Temple - one of Japan's most iconic landmarks and houses a massive bronze Buddha statue and with deer that roam freely in Nara Park, creating a unique and charming atmosphere.

We visit the Deer Park. This picturesque park is home to hundreds of friendly deer, considered sacred messengers of the gods in Japanese culture. You'll have the opportunity to interact with these gentle creatures and even feed them special deer crackers. 

After lunch at leisure, we depart for the bustling city of Osaka, known for its modernity and vibrant energy. Osaka is a melting pot of culture, shopping, and entertainment, so you'll have plenty of exciting options to choose from.

As the day draws to a close, we arrive to our hotel for our final two nights of stay

Meals: Breakfast


DAY 15


Today is dedicated to experiencing the dynamic and lively city of Osaka.

Our morning starts with a visit to the magnificent Osaka Castle – this iconic structure is a symbol of the city's rich history. Next, a visit to Nishinomaru Garden, a beautiful park surrounding Osaka Castle. Osaka is a gastronomic delight with plenty of choices for lunch at leisure.

In the afternoon, our exploration continues with a visit to Dotonbori and Shinsaibashi, two vibrant neighbourhoods known for their shopping and entertainment. Dotonbori is famous for its flashy neon lights, large billboards, and lively atmosphere, making it a must-visit spot in Osaka. Shinsaibashi, on the other hand, is a bustling shopping district with a mix of traditional shops, trendy boutiques, and modern malls.

This evening, a farewell group dinner together.

Meals: Breakfast, Dinner 

DAY 16


A morning at leisure before your hotel checkout and your onward journey.

Meals: Breakfast

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Hotel rooms in Japan are small compared to many western country hotel standards. As a guide four star hotel rooms are 15-20m2, and three star hotels are 10-14m2.

Rooms with double beds are not guaranteed and may be two single beds, even when reserved for one person as double room for solo occupancy. Porter services are not available and travellers are required to manage their own luggage.



Hotel Name



Asakusa View Hotel



Iroha Matsumoto



Wat Hotel & Spa Hida



Tokyu Stay



ANA Crowne Plaza Hiroshima



Daiwa Roynet Hotel Kyoto Ekimae Premier



Art Hotel Osaka Bay Tower


Hotels above are indicative and may change. Should this occur, a hotel of a similar standard will be provided.


A 4 star well located hotel and near to Nakamise shopping street.

Great location, just a 4 minute walk from Matsumoto Station. Iroha Grand Hotel Matsumoto Ekimae, is a modern hotel that offers a comfortable stay.

Easy walking distance to national treasures like, Matsumoto Castle', and just a minute’s walk to Matsumoto's largest downtown area! There are a wide variety of restaurants including izakaya (Japanese pub) with a unique atmosphere unique to Matsumoto, Chinese restaurants, Italian restaurants, and more!

A modern 4 star hotel and centrally located. The hotel will provide guests with air-conditioned rooms offering a desk, a kettle, a fridge, a microwave, a safety deposit box, a flat-screen TV and a private bathroom with a shower. Guests at the accommodation can enjoy an American or an Asian breakfast. 

A 3.5 – 4 star hotel standard located in Hida Takayama City, Gifu Prefecture of Hida Takayama City. The hotel is close to the old townscape of sightseeing spots. The hotel features an Onsen (natural hot springs) and open air baths.

A superior 4 star hotel, the ANA Crowne Plaza Hiroshima is in Hiroshima's commercial district, just five minutes’ walk from Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park.

Near to Kyoto station underpass foot a superior 3.5 star hotel.

The 4 star, Art Hotel Osaka Bay Tower is a 51 floor hotel, and is directly connected to Bentencho Station on the JR Osaka Loop Line and the Osaka Metro. The hotel has ‘Solaniwa Onsen’ with a wide range of onsens from open-air springs flowing directly from the source, terrace baths with fantastic views of the grand garden, carbonated and four-season springs. 

Note: Some twin share rooms may have single beds.
Hotel descriptions are taken from the hotel website and edited to suit our page.

If we have confirmation of hotel Wi-Fi inclusion we state it above. However if Wi-Fi is not stated it does not mean that a hotel is without Wi-Fi. Most hotels have Wi-Free;  free or otherwise for a service fee. Our inclusion of free Wi-Fi above is not a guarantee as this can change without notice due to telco service interruptions or changes to hotel policy.

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Starts In: Tokyo, Japan
Ends In: Osaka, Japan

Arrival: Tokyo, Japan
Departure: Osaka, Japan

First Day Information
Arrival day (day 1) is at your leisure. Touring services commence the next day.

Final Day Information
There are no tour excursions on the final day.  

Hotel Check In/Out Times
Consider the hotel check in time on arrival and the hotel check out time on departure. If you arrive prior to the check in time, the hotel will store your luggage until the check in time and can also store your luggage until you are ready to depart for your onward journey.

The standard check in time is from 3PM.

Airport Transfers are not included, but private services can be booked with us for a fee.

Arrival - Tokyo:
There are two airports that service Tokyo; Haneda Airport and Narita International Airport
Haneda Airport, Tokyo is closer to Tokyo City compared to Narita International Airport. Transport services, private and public are a lower cost when arriving to Haneda Airport compared to Narita International.

We offer private transfer services from Haneda Airport only.

Departure - Osaka:
There are two airports that service Osaka; Kansai Haneda Airport (KIX) and Itami (ITM) Airport.

Itami Airport is closer to the city; accessible by taxi or shuttle bus service. Kansai International Airport is the larger of the two airports and has good public transport connections to Osaka City.

note: if you have extended your stay by your own arrangement transfers cannot be provided, and are by your own arrangement.

If you are making your own flight arrangements, we require your flight itinerary no later than 45 days priors to travel (and even if you are not making airport transfer arrangements with us).  Where transfers are part of your arrangement, if your itinerary is not provided to us within the required timeframe, you forfeit the airport transfers, or additional fees may be incurred for the service.

As an Australian travel company we can provide flight assistance for flights originating from Australia. If joining the tour from outside Australia we recommend making your own flight arrangements or to use the service of a travel advisor located within your country of residence for access to best fares.


Read on for other key trip information that you should know before you decide on joining the group.

If this trip seems right for you then we encourage you to book early and secure your place with a deposit.  Tour space is limited. Also, many services on this tour must be booked well in advance. To ensure your place, please check trip availability at your earliest convenience 

You will enjoy this group experience with a maximum of 18 travellers. This is a Solos Only tour (couple free). You are welcome to join with a friend, but couples do not join this tour.

THE PACE  [3 out of 5]
Travellers of 70 years or over may be required to return a Fit to Travel form that is completed by their doctor. Porter services are not available and travellers are required to manage their own luggage.

It’s regular that our trips include welcome dinners and farewell dinners for our groups. In addition, we include other group dining experiences to ensure that everyone can enjoy the benefit of travelling and dining as a group.  There’s nothing better than to share a meal with new friends and discuss the day’s adventures.

Are you a flexitarian?
If you have dietary requirements, please advise if it is due to allergies or for medical reasons or if it is a personal preference and if you are flexible. Dietary requirements will limit choices. If a dietary requirement is not essential due to medical reasons and you are a flexitarian, then we recommend that you exclude your personal preferences if not necessary to provide more options with the meal choices.

This is a private group tour escorted by a tour guide, or guides.  There may be two or three guides (one at any one time) across the duration of the tour that escort the group for different parts of the tour. Your tour guide is locally based and a tour professional, there to provide guiding services and assist with group arrangements and to act as the liaison for all tour services.

For airline luggage restrictions refer to your ticket details. Please note that the maximum luggage weight for touring may be less than the airline maximum limit.

Checked Luggage Maximum Weight: 20KG


'I really enjoyed the traditional side of Japan ........ Had a wonderful time.'

Tracey, 56 years, QLD

' Japan is a very diverse place - the country is wonderful.'

Nikki, 50 years, QLD

'My third Solo Holiday with Encourter Travel and it was fantastic. We didn’t just see Japan, we did Japan as we had hands on experiences wherever we went. Our tour guide was amazing as she taught us about the Japanese language, culture and wonderful Japanese traditions. Our group got on exceptionally well. I’m looking forward to my next adventure with Encounter Travel.'

Cay, 67 years, NSW
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