The Land of Geishas and Gadgets



In Japan, you’ll find yourself wandering through serene bamboo forests, only to emerge amidst the hustle and bustle of a sprawling metropolis. Explore the labyrinthine streets of Tokyo, where you can savour the world’s freshest sushi, or lose yourself in the electric energy of Akihabara’s tech wonderland. Venture beyond the city limits to uncover the hidden gems of Japan’s countryside. Inhale the fragrant aroma of cherry blossoms in Kyoto, or soak in the therapeutic waters of an onsen in the shadow of Mount Fuji. Experience the timeless beauty of traditional tea ceremonies, and the thrill of speeding through the landscape on a bullet train.

Whether you’re seeking the tranquility of a Zen garden, the thrill of a sumo match, or the elegance of a geisha performance, Japan has something for everyone. Connect with us through our ‘Contact Us’ page and let us help you start a journey that will leave you with lasting memories and a deeper appreciation for the beauty and depth of Japanese culture.

Japan: Essential Information and Fun Facts

Visa requirements for Japan differ by nationality and visit purpose. Many countries have visa-free short stays, while others need a visa. Work and study visas are also available. Contact our visa assistance team for current details.
Japan has four seasons, each with its own climate. Spring offers cherry blossoms and mild weather, summer is warm with festivals, fall has vibrant foliage, and winter is cold, especially in the north. Choose the season that suits your travel preferences.
Japan is a country that offers a one-of-a-kind blend of experiences. Did you know that Japan is home to 34 national parks, each showcasing a different aspect of the country’s breathtaking natural beauty? The name ‘Japan’ comes from the words ‘Nippon’ or ‘Nihon,’ which mean “source of the sun,” a reference to its position to the east of the Asian continent. Tokyo, Japan’s bustling capital, is not only a hub for technology but also a hotspot for fashion and design.
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