Japan 2014

To help you on with your holiday plans, we have detailed our fantastic journey around the globe on videos and easy-to-read fact sheets complete with contact details and links.

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The Secret to Longevity
The village of Ogimi has the reputation as 'the village of long life' - it has the highest number of centenarians in Japan and most probably the world read more

Canoeing on the Gesashi River
The guys have a go canoeing along the Gesashi River in Okinawa, exploring the amazing mangrove forest area. This is the largest mangrove forest in Okinawa and unique to this area. read more

The Best Diving in the World
The main island of Okinawa is surrounded by scores of uninhabited islands, and all have been blessed with colourful marine life and beautiful colonies of coral reef. The banana-shaped island of Nagannu is one of these islands. read more

Okinawa Churaumi Aquarium
We visit Okinawa Churaumi Aquarium, where whale sharks and manta rays swim with ease in a huge, world-class 8.2m tank. You’ll also get to see the habitat of exotic tropical fish in the tank. read more

Traditional Japan – Experiencing Onsens & Ryokans
Wakayama is a wonderful place to experience traditional ryokans. We visit  Kamigoten ryokan which was built in 1657 for Yorinobu Tokugawa, the feudal lord of Kinokuni as a site for bathing and relaxing. read more

The Kumano Kodo Trail
Walk the ancient Kumano Kodo Trail to experience the unique cultural landscape of Kumano's spiritual countryside. read more

Spend a Day in Tokyo
Tokyo is one of the most exciting cities in the world and considering flying into Tokyo is one of the most obvious ways that you’ll arrive in Japan it makes sense to spend a couple of days exploring this truly glorious city. read more

Okonomi-yummy!
Trevor learns how to make the delicious Okonomiyaki or traditional Japanese Pancake. Visitors can take a fantastic cooking course, taught in English, so you can learn how to make tasty Japanese meals at home. read more

Tokyo Won’t Break the Bank
Trevor and Kim show you just how affordable Tokyo is for travellers. Explore the famous Tsukiji fish market and the sushi bars in the market area and visit the Yurakucho area, famous for Izakayas. read more