Japan has one of the most diverse & culturally fascinating environments for incentives. With its chaotic urban jungles in Tokyo, the quiet serenity of Kyoto’s temples, and a mind-blowing variety of experiences, this will be an incentive trip to remember. Discover the regions of Kyushu, Okinawa, Chugoku, Shikoku, Kanto, Tohoku, Hokkaido, Chubu and Kansai. Enjoy the Sapporo snow festival, the Fuji rock festival or the Japanese grand prix. Experience the gardens, parks, Geisha, onsen, ryokan, Samurai, Sumo, temples, Akihabara, Naoshima, bullet trains, the Shibuya crossing and the Omotesando.
Best visited anytime during March to May, or Sept to Nov, it’s a 15 hr flight from the UK. We have a variety of incentive itineraries available from 9+ days, suiting groups of 5+ people. Whether your team is just escaping the office, being rewarded or seeking a full-on incentive trip, we have flexible packages, which we’ll design and personalise with you.
Enquire below – we’ll create a personalised itinerary, covering flights, transfers, hotels, experiences, ground handling, lunch, dinner, tours & on-site schedule management.
flexible flights • 44+ airlines • international flights from 25+ cities across 17 countries • Tokyo’s airport is 14km from the city centre • excellent transport • explore Tokyo’s fish markets • discover modern Shibuya & historical Asakusa • eat deep fried momiji manju • visit Mt. Fuji Volcano & Hakone • taste Japanese craft ales • explore Nara & Kyoto • walk through Shizuoka’s tea fields • enjoy okonomiyaki • visit Nijo Castle • try a salt-water eel bento • explore the Fushimi Inari shrine • taste Sake in Niigata • visit Osaka • discover Himeji & Hiroshima • experience Saga & Nagasaki • taste Japanese street food • experience Japanese tea ceremonies • sleep in ryokans • learn about the Samurai regions and history • experience Sumo practice & dojo’s • Kabuki Theatre • eat Kaiseki ryori • taste the shashimi • try Osaka’s street food • explore Nagano’s ancient forests • experience Kyushu’s volcano’s and marvel at the paradise of Okinawa.
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