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7 Days Culture Trip

Tokyo & Kyoto

This week-long tour gives students the chance to explore Japan’s two main cultural centres – Tokyo and Kyoto – and to encounter some of the country’s most iconic landmarks. The action-packed itinerary provides a perfect balance between the modern and the traditional, with activities including a sushi-making class in Tokyo, a day-trip to see Mount Fuji at Hakone and a visit to the picture-perfect Golden Pavilion in Kyoto. Students will also experience a morning at a local school - a unique opportunity to

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7 Days Art & Design Trip

Tokyo & Kyoto

Standing at the forefront of modern design practice and with a cultural heritage rich in printmaking, artisanal craft, textiles and fine art, Japan is the ideal destination for those studying art and design. This seven-day tour gives students the chance to explore Japan’s two most important cultural centres, with
an itinerary full of museum and gallery visits, as well as outings to a number of must-see landmarks.

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7 Days Adventure Trip

Hokkaido

Hokkaido, the northernmost of Japan’s four main islands boasts large tracts of unspoiled natural landscape, typified by sprawling forests, rugged mountains and majestic rivers and waterfalls. This trip provides students with the best of both worlds, as they’ll have the chance to explore Hokkaido’s buzzing capital Sapporo, before embarking on an
adventurous itinerary of hiking, rafting, canyoning and horse riding.

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6 Days Factory & Farm Stay Tour

Osaka, Kobe, Wakayama, Nara & Kyoto

An introduction to the world of manufacturing, this 6-day tour will
help you to understand how certain products are made and
processed in a daily basis. In addition, enjoy a one-night stay with a
local host family in a traditional farmhouse to learn more about
Japanese culture.

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6 Days Aviation & Railway Trip

Osaka, Nagoya, Hamamatsu & Kyoto

This packed 6-day tour will be a delight for aviation or railway
enthusiasts as we will take you to the best aviation and railway
museums all around Japan. You’ll have the chance to witness
actual sized models and learn about their proud history of
technology and expertise!

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Tokyo & Kyoto 7 Days Culture Trip

This week-long tour gives students the chance to explore Japan’s two main cultural centres – Tokyo and Kyoto – and to encounter some of the country’s most iconic landmarks. The action-packed itinerary provides a perfect balance between the modern and the traditional, with activities including a sushi-making class in Tokyo, a day-trip to see Mount Fuji at Hakone and a visit to the picture-perfect Golden Pavilion in Kyoto. Students will also experience a morning at a local school - a unique opportunity to gain a new perspective on the Japanese learning environment.

See the world’s biggest metropolis from a height at the sky-scraping Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building. Later, get together for a welcome dinner and test your sporting prowess at the batting cages.
Head to the iconic Tsukiji Fish Market early to experience the daily hustle and bustle. Next, try your hand at sushi making in a class led by a master chef. In the afternoon, explore the buzzing neighbourhood of Harajuku.
Begin the day with a visit to a local school and experience a morning in the life of a Japanese high school student. Later, see some of Japan’s most important historical treasures at the Tokyo National Museum and learn about Buddhism in Asakusa.
See Japan’s beautiful natural scenery on a day trip to the majestic setting of hot spring resort town Hakone. Take in views of Mount Fuji from on board a pirate ship and ride a series of cable cars for spectacular vistas across the volcanic landscape.
Speed across the country on a bullet train to Kyoto. Wander through thousands of red torii gates at the Fushimi Inari Shrine before watching performances of traditional Japanese arts at the Gion Corner theatre.
Start the day learning mindfulness at a meditation class and then head to the picture-perfect Golden Pavilion at Kinkaku-ji. Later, get absorbed in a graphic novel at the International Manga Museum.
Homeward bound!

What’s Included

a) All transportation within your destination country, including all inner-city transfers (buses, trains, flights)
b) City transportation in private and fully insured coaches
c) Occasional public transport
d) Clean and risk assessed accommodations (standard 3* or 4* accommodation, guest houses, hostels, depending on specifications). Students single sex, single/twin rooms (depending on specifications). Teachers in private, single/twin rooms
e) All meals during your stay according to the itinerary
f) All tickets to attractions listed on the itinerary.
g) Local tour leader and guide.
h) Travel Insurance.

Remarks

a) For all itineraries displayed in the brochure, the price includes one teacher free for every ten pupils
b) All itineraries and activities are flexible
c) All our prices are displayed in MYR
d) All activities, transportation & accommodation have been risk-assessed and we will share all relevant assessments with parents and teachers pre-departure

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