Savor the flavors of the season is the Japan washoku philosophy.
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Land & Sea. A gourmet’s paradise with the tastiest in-season delights. Our little black book includes tasty farm cooking and the best new gourmet restaurants. Savor the ultimate farm-to-table experience and wonders of nature in Japan’s beautiful northernmost island.
Immerse yourself in ‘washoku’ – the traditional culinary focus on the best of the season, beautifully represented in kaiseki and other haute cuisine. Go back in time at a luxury hot spring ryokan with views of Mount Fuji, watch a Grand Sumo tournament, and more…
Discover historic Kanazawa and its geisha districts during cherry blossom season. We will sample winter crabs, exquisite sushi, drink sake, and admire one of Japan’s Top 3 gardens. Indulge in a hot springs ryokan stay at Kaga Onsen.
In this gourmet mecca, feast on everything from acclaimed Michelin-starred restaurants to the best-kept local culinary secrets. Explore its eclectic districts and discover old & new gems in this dynamic metropolis!
Take in the beautiful scenery and cultural heritage of the mountain region. Rejuvenate with a hot springs soak at luxury or boutique japanese inns (ryokan). Savor flavors of the season. Big names include: Nagano, Gifu, Shirakawa-go gassho village.
Best seen decked out in autumn foliage, discover Kyushu’s natural beauty – from Yakushima’s ancient cedar forests to the picturesque Kuju plateau. All while enjoying delicious regional delights including wagyu beef. For art lovers, a must-see is the revered Karatsu ceramic kilns.
Soak up the laidback island vibes in the beautiful Okinawa islands, famed for turquoise waters and corals. There is also a beach with star-shaped sand! Go island-hopping for picnic on secret beaches, and feast on Okinawan diet to find out the secret to their longevity
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