Japan School Trips & Educational Tours
Embark on your Learning Adventure to Japan, exploring the vibrant culture, ancient architecture and modern metropolises in your tailored itinerary.
Our educational tours, faculty-led programs, and school trips to Japan offer students the opportunity to explore the country’s unique balance between modern and traditional culture, architecture, history and much more. Our school trips provide the perfect combination of experiential activities and adventure to ensure that your students learn as much as possible while creating life-long memories.
Whether you’re looking for meaningful historical insight in Hiroshima, cultural experiences in Tokyo and Kyoto, or a case study of the country’s unique geology, we have the perfect school trip or college program for you.
Browse our school and university trips to Japan:
Why we provide academic travel programs in Japan:
Japan offers learning opportunities that other countries can’t. Media students can learn all about manga and anime in Tokyo, whilst Science or Geography groups can get to the heart of disaster management, as they travel to Fukushima and Hiroshima. Some of the activities we offer – such as a talk by an A-bomb legacy successor, visiting tsunami evacuation sites and hiking Mount Fuji – are once-in-a-lifetime educational experiences.
About our service:
Most institutions book all-inclusive trips. We cater for all dietary requirements, provide a variety of transport options and include all activities. We can even book you ATOL-protected flights or arrange a more flexible tour.
100% Organized by Us
We plan, book and operate every component of your trip, including guides, transportation and Health & Safety audits. Our commitment to overseeing our tours means that we can offer you an exceptional program at the best price possible.
Your dedicated Operational Officer will contact you regularly whilst you are on the ground to check how your educational tour is progressing. Your Adventure Leader will also gather your feedback every evening.