9-DAY JAPAN EXPLORER SCHOOL TOUR
Japan is a fascinating land of contrasts, a melting pot of both the ancient and hyper modern worlds, where traditional and high-tech culture collide. Japan school tours offer one of the greatest learning experiences you will find; on this educational tour in Japan students will experience first hand a culture far more beautiful and diverse than a textbook could ever portray. Your students will develop a greater understanding of Japanese society and history as they visit the many temples and shrines across the country, including Tokyo’s most famous sites, a Ninja Village at Mt Fuji, and Hiroshima’s Peace Memorial Park and Museum. The school trip includes a culinary cooking class, and travel on Japan’s legendary bullet train Shinkansen.
Trip code : JB321T
Duration : 10 days
Destination : Japan
Travel Dates : As required
In the afternoon, we will travel to Kyoto.
Combine Kyoto cuisine with Imperial history during a 1.5-hour cooking class. Led by a food-loving local, the class is set in one of Kyoto’s age-old wooden houses
Our first stop is the Aerial Garden Observatory, then visit Umeda district and have lunch at a local restaurant.
After lunch, take a local train from Higashi -Umeda Station to Tenmabashi Station. We will visit Osaka Castle and have one-hour cruise along the Okawa river with Aqua-Liner.
Then, head back to Osaka Station to return to Kyoto. Arrive in Kyoto by 5.30PM.
In the afternoon, visit Hiroshima Peace memorial Park and Atomic Bomb Dome, a moving expanse dedicated to promoting peace around the globe.
Peace Park + Atomic Bomb Museum (enter) - Hiroshima's Peace Memorial Park is one of the most prominent features of the city. Even visitors not looking for it will likely stumble upon the large park of over 120,000 square meters. Its trees, lawns. On August 6, 1945, the city of Hiroshima was the target of the first atomic bomb used against civil population in history
Please contact us on +61 8 7226-1898 or 1300 739 652 for the price.
Price depends on the below:
- Projects your group would like to participate
- Desired outcome/Learning objectives for students
- Accommodation level
- Travel date
- Group Size
- Duration of the tour
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