Traveling in Tohoku:
The Tohoku region is famous for its rather cold climate. Consequently, notable differences with the other regions of Japan exist. Learn about them all with this Tohoku tour.
The leading dairy farming district in Japan is an environmentally friendly farm focused on circular agriculture, forestry and raising livestock.Experience information
Soba or buckwheat noodles are the underlying foundation of Japanese noodle culture. The culture of Wanko Soba Noodles was born in Morioka from the spirit of hospitality and the desire to savour the goodness of soba as much as possible.Experience information
A World Heritage site, Konjikido Golden Hall represents the epitome of the craft technology of its day.Experience information
In the northern regions where rice is difficult to grow in cold climates, potatoes were often substituted as a food staple. In the autumn, the tradition of celebrating the harvest is still alive and imoni taro root stew is cooked with friends and neighbors.Experience information
In large cities like Tokyo, there is an intersection of both the traditional and the modern. It's possible to bring together traditional arts while using state-of-the-art technology.Experience information