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January 10, 2019 Tour Operator No Comments Email Email
InsideJapan Tours reveals an exciting lineup of new experiences across Japan for travelers in 2019.

Established as destination experts with unrivaled intelligence, travel planning, and in-country support, InsideJapan Tours offers unparalleled access and cultural immersions in popular and emerging destinations around the country. From specialized Small Group Tours and Self-Guided Adventures to bespoke Exclusive Private Journeys, InsideJapan Tours’ 2019 offerings provide a variety of ways to discover each destination.
New cultural and urban adventures include:
The Setouchi Art Triennale is Back for Spring, Summer, and Fall 2019
Taking place once every three years across 12 islands in the Seto Inland Sea, the  Setouchi Art Festival is one of the biggest celebrations of contemporary art in Japan. The festival covers three seasons – spring (April 26 – May 26, 2019), summer (July 19 – August 25, 2019), and fall (September 28 – November 4, 2019) and can be experienced via a network of ferries that shuttle visitors to the collection of islands. This year, InsideJapan Tours has partnered with Seto Yacht Charter and Setouchi Seaplanes to provide its guests with on-demand VIP connections between all 12 islands. InsideJapan Tours guests will visit the festival in style with an exclusive charter yacht service around the Seto Inland Sea, making it easier than ever to navigate from exhibit to exhibit without being tied down by the existing ferry service. Additionally, custom air excursions by Setouchi Seaplanes provide a new way to experience the beautiful coastlines and islands, bridges and beaches scattered throughout the Seto Inland Sea from above.
New ‘Inside Circle Tours’ in Tokyo
Neon Night Food Tour and Tokyo City Walking Tour are the latest in exclusive tour offerings in the city from InsideJapan Tours. These unique excursions are led by experienced ‘Insiders’ who bring their years of knowledge living and working in Tokyo to the experience. Guests enjoy an evening uncovering hidden gems, eating and drinking around every hidden corner of the city at our guide’s favorite spots. With a maximum of 10 people, these tours provide an intimate glimpse into Japan’s local food and culture scene.
‘Inside Circle’ Tours are included in a handful of InsideJapan Tours’ Small Group itineraries or can be added to a Fully Tailored Journey. Explore the dynamic city of Tokyo with the HYPERJAPAN’s J-Pop & Go! Small Groupitinerary. The 10-night itinerary includes day-glo cafés, video game arcades and kawaii street fashion to ancient temples, exquisite gardens, and spectacular natural scenery; J-Pop & Go! is the perfect mixture of kitschy pop culture and traditional Japan. Rates for this itinerary start at $3,325.
Bespoke Photography Tours with Renowned Photojournalist, Everett Kennedy Brown
InsideJapan Tours and internationally renowned photojournalist, Everett Kennedy Brown have partnered to offer bespoke photography tours across Japan. With over 25 years of experience living and working in Japan, Everett utilizes his incredible network of contacts to organize private photoshoots with notable individuals and other exclusive cultural experiences for guests of InsideJapan Tours.
For guests looking for a Small Group set departure, InsideJapan Tours has announced an 11-night  Portraits of Japan Tour departing on October 21, 2019. InsideJapan Tours can also create customized photography tours tailored to suit any group’s interests. Rates for this itinerary start at $8,100 per person (excluding international flights).
For additional information, to plan a custom trip, and for future set departures, visit www.getthepicture.tours.

Rugby Fever Arrives in Kyushu Fall 2019
With several Rugby World Cup games taking place across the island throughout the tournament — including two quarter-final matches — the little-visited island of Kyushu will find itself firmly in the spotlight in 2019.
Kyushu has plenty to offer including the largest active volcano in Japan and spectacular rural scenery, alongside cosmopolitan Kagoshima, the ancient and modern Nagasaki and Kumamoto, national parks and foodie hotspots such as Fukuoka – home to Tonkotsu Ramen.
To help travelers “connect the dots,” InsideJapan Tours created a 13-night Kyushu Elements Small Group Tour (starting at $5,285, excluding international flights), designed to for those who want to experience Japan like a local. Highlights of this tour include a helicopter ride over the largest active volcano in Japan and a Japanese calligraphy class in Kumamoto.

Additionally, for guests who have secured their tickets for the two-quarter final matches taking place in Oita, InsideJapan’s seven-night  Kyushu Clash Self-Guided Adventure takes in Fukuoka and Nagasaki as well as a couple of nights in Osaka, the foodie capital of Japan.

For more information about InsideJapan Tours, visit www.insidejapantours.com.
In addition to InsideJapan Tours’ new offerings in Japan, InsideAsia Tours invites travelers to explore Southeast Asia on a variety of new Small Group Tours and Fully Tailored Journeys. To explore Southeast Asia with InsideAsia Tours, visit www.insideasiatours.com.

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