Immerse yourself in the contemporary and digital art exhibitions, through the genres of fashion, photography, video, architecture and design.
Kesennuma Port was the epicenter of the 2011 Tsunami. Discover the resilience of the townspeople who rebuilt the seaside economy after the devastation. Visit aquaculture farms and harvest oysters and scallops using sustainable methods.
Also known as the Miraikan, this museum highlights cutting-edge science and technology through interactive performances, robot demonstrations and hand-on exhibits.
Learn about the importance of this Shinto shrine dedicated to Inari, the god of rice, agriculture and industry.
Sports enthusiasts can take a stadium tour of this Rugby World Cup venue and play against local teams on our 8-day rugby-focused Japan trip.
Take a cable car in Hakone to see the sacred Mount Fuji, before boarding a pirate ship on Lake Ashi to see more of this UNESCO World Heritage Site.
If, like us, you think Japan is the perfect school trip destination for your students, take a look at our wide variety of school trips to Japan. Can’t find the itinerary that fits what you’re looking for? Get in touch by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, calling our London office on +44 (0)20 3817 5974 or our Boston office on +1 617 500 8578, to find out how The Learning Adventure can meet your specific educational requirements.