Discover Japan's secrets on this 19-day Zegrahm Expeditions tour

Join Mark Brazil and Chieko Sakihana from October 13-31, 2017 on a new itinerary designed specifically for those with an appreciation of Japanese arts, cuisine, customs, and culture.

Day one begins with a stroll through Rikugi-en Garden, a peaceful oasis in the heart of Tokyo... and from there, you'll be captivated by the many highlights of this Japan guided tour:

  • Learn about many of Japan’s traditional industries, from wasabi growing and kimono silk spinning to washi paper manufacturing and sake brewing.
  • Go beyond Kyoto’s noteworthy temples to learn about traditional Japanese arts and crafts, and attend a drum performance.
  • Spend three nights in the historical town of Kanazawa, including visits to the famous gardens of Kenroku-en and Myoryuji Temple, with its extraordinary architectural features.
  • Admire Japan’s autumn colors and view some of the country’s rare and unusual wildlife, including the Japanese crested ibis that is recovering from near extinction.

Based on the expeditionary nature of these trips, there may be ongoing enhancements to this itinerary! Contact us to start planning this incredible adventure.

About Zegrahm Expeditions:

With over 25 years in expedition travel, Seattle-based Zegrahm Expeditions Inc. is a leading adventure travel company specializing in small-ship expedition cruises, tours, and safaris to remote and intriguing destinations around the world. Led by expert guides and lecturers, Zegrahm itineraries are carefully crafted and all-inclusive, feature deluxe accommodations, and operate in all seven continents.

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