Many locations in Japan have superbly curated collections of art waiting to be discovered.
Mesmerizing visuals – a new take on an old tradition – immersive and innovative displays. Let’s take a look!
Getting to Know the Mt. Fuji Region
Here in the Mt. Fuji area, you can feel the elements in a simulation of the mountaintop’s weather at the Radar Dome Museum. The Fujisan Museum offers both an insight into the spiritual traditions of the mountain and a visually stimulating projection mapping light show with Mt. Fuji as its theme.
Majestic Landscape of Hokkaido
This trip takes in some of Japan’s Northern Island’s splendid scenery. Highlights include the head of a Great Buddha Statue peeping over the edge of a lavender covered hill.
Naoshima & Mitoyo - Art Lovers Tour (1N2D)
Do some art island hopping around the Seto Inland Sea and see some Instagrammable spots along the way.
Spirit & Culture of the Aynu People
Be a part of the celebration of Aynu Culture – passed down by the indigenous people who remain in Hokkaido. This trip allows you to feel the Aynu Spirit and understand what is held sacred in this culture which is entirely distinct from Japanese culture.
Hayama Day Tour – Elegant Resort Town
Known for both its lavish summer residences owned by celebrities and as a historical summer palace for the Imperial Royal Family, Hayama is stylish, historical and within easy reach of Tokyo. This trip takes in an art museum with breathtaking views of the ocean and a short sightseeing cruise around the nearby island of Enoshima. It’s a trendy and chic day out including lunch in a retro eatery. It even includes a little souvenir gift to take him with you. Let’s head to Hayama!
Setouchi Island Hopping & Sculpture Garden (2N3D)
Our introduction to the inspiring Setouchi Triennale. A combination of the popular Naoshima with lesser known Inujima island and our favorite art locations in the Sakaide/Takamatsu area on the coast of Shikoku island.
Japan Toy Museum - Featured in the Michelin Green Guide
・Toys from 160 countries and territories around the world with about 5,000 items on display ・Toy making workshop in this Michelin Guide-recommended museum – learn how to make a magic toy modeled on a traditional byobu style folding screen.