At Oku Japan, we just extended our portfolio, offering our very first self-guided cycling adventure. With this new tour, we want to offer travellers a cycling exploration through some of the most beautiful and unspoiled scenery of the Noto Peninsula, on the Japan Sea coast.
This article, published in Blue Wings, the inflight magazine of Finnair, focuses on the benefits of forest bathing, or shinrin-yoku, in Japan and on the Nakasendo trail.
“You relax, your body chemistry changes, and you see the world differently. This is the essence of shinrin-yoku.”
The enduring magic of the Kumano Kodo is a ceaseless enchantment to us, and we are proud to introduce a new part of the trail we didn't have chance to tell you about until now: the Kohechi route.
Our new culinary tour "Japan's Culinary Heritage" has been featured on JapanToday's website.
You can have a look at the article here.
We are delighted that our Nakasendo Trail tours have been featured in the Evening Standard.
We take you on a gastronomic journey to meet Japan and its people through cherished culinary traditions!
Discover our new tour: Japan's Culinary Heritage
We are delighted to announce the launch of our first itinerary especially crafted for families "Rural Family Adventure: treasures of Japan's heartland"
We are excited to announce the launch of our new self-guided walking tour ‘Ancient Capitals’. With this tour, we want to show travellers the historic Kansai area through its lesser-known walking routes.