Two great new 2018 Autumn Japan tours now announced

Autumn is one of the most popular times to visit Japan – and for good reason.

Japan’s landscape (70% of it mountainous) bursts into colour with the arrival of koyo (autumn leaves).

Vermillion maple trees shroud Kyoto temples, yellow gingko trees line Tokyo’s streets, and a warm-hued patchwork reflects in the lakes of national parks.

Koyo emerges in Hokkaido in mid-September before sweeping down the country until early December – with November generally peak the best season to experience Japan’s spectacular autumn leaves.

Japan Holidays has two new fully-escorted 2018 tours – both travelling through the country in November to give travellers a never-to-be-forgotten Japan experience.

World Heritage and Kumano Kodo Autumn Tour 2018

Departing on Sat 17th Nov – Sun 2nd Dec 2018, over 16 Days and 15 Nights,  the World Heritage and Kumano Kodo Autumn Tour 2018  is a fully -escorted tour timed to see Japan’s Autumn colours, and travelling via Mt Fuji , Kyoto and Nara to walk in the footsteps of pilgrims on the Kumano Kodo. The Kumano Kod? is a series of ancient pilgrimage routes that crisscross the largest Peninsula of Japan. Autumn colours, hot springs, outstanding food, stays in Japan’s most popular cities of Tokyo and Kyoto – coupled with walking in the footsteps of the ancient pilgrims. This tour will revitalise any person seeking a tour offering unrivalled beauty  – and an understanding of both historical and contemporary Japan.

Autumn Colours Tour of Kyushu

Departing on 4th November– 11th November 2018, the Autumn Colours Tour of Kyushu tour takes travellers into  the heart of Kyushu – Japan’s southernmost major island – and off the typical tourist trail – for a unique cultural, historic and culinary experience. Indulge in delicious local ‘kaiseki’ cuisine, visit Gokanosho, the “Land of the Last Samurai”, stay in a traditional inn, or ‘ryokan’ and relax in a natural hot spring ‘onsen’.

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