On March 24th the Australian Prime Minister announced a ban on all overseas travel with few exceptions.
This ban applies to Japan.

For more information refer to the Smartraveller Coronavirus (COVID-19) – information for Australian travellers page.

We understand the current situation is causing uncertainty and request you to contact Japan Holidays to discuss your options regarding cancellation, rebooking or retaining the value of your travel in credit.

Please refer to Fully Escorted Tours and other Tour itineraries for set departures.

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  • Early Bird Special: Ski Shiga Kogen from $950 pp

    Book ahead now for 2021/2022 winter season! Shiga Kogen is a collection of 21 ski resorts strung out along the Shiga Plateau- making it one of Japan’s largest ski areas. This area enjoys a long [...]

  • Japan Holidays’ Haiku Competition Winner Announced

    Congratulations to everyone who submitted entries in the Japan Holidays' Haiku competition. “The quality of work and thought that people had gone to had made the task of selecting a winner even that much more [...]

  • Tokyo Olympics 2020

    The Tokyo Olympics is set to commence on Friday July 23rd 2021 and continue until Sunday August 8th 2021. The Paralympics will be held from Tuesday August 24th to Sunday September 5th 2021. The organizing [...]

  • Markets in Kochi

    What better way to learn about life as a local than to visit a local market! There are several markets in Kochi bursting with delicious food, interesting people, and exciting things waiting for you to [...]

  • New Cafe in Tokyo has Robot Waiters controlled by disabled workers

    Opening in Nihonbashi in June, Dawn Avatar Robot Café, is planning to provide a barrier free and inclusive new venue in Tokyo. Unlike the popular Shinjuku Restaurant, where humans dressed as robots put on a [...]

  • Drink with Locals at Tosa no Okyaku

    The Tosa no Okyaku event is held in Kochi each year in March. The word “OKYAKU” generally means a guest in Japanese. However, it also means a party or gatherings held to celebrate marriage, seasonal [...]

  • Kairakuen Garden Mito Plum Blossoms

    Kairakuen in Ibaraki Prefecture was opened in 1842 by the 9th feudal lord of Mito, Nariaki Tokugawa.   It was designed as a place to be enjoyed by locals, however, it’s now acknowledged as one [...]

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