Kaiseki / the ultimate Japanese dining experience
Kaiseki is a traditional Japanese multi-course meal and is served at Japanese style
accommodation as dinner or at high-class Japanese restaurants.
Kaiseki is a traditional multi-course Japanese dinner made up of dozens of small
dishes with different tastes and textures. It is considered the most refined form of
washoku (Japanese cuisine), which was designated as an Intangible Cultural
Heritage by UNESCO.
With fresh seasonal ingredients and delicious flavor combinations that are carefully
selected and beautifully presented to you, kaiseki is definitely a must-try for anyone
May 06, 2022
Concept of our tour
The travel is not hop the famous tourist attractions.
Our concept of travel is that the worth to travel is to have experience of each region
during the journey.
You will experience various feelings such as excitement, relaxation, healing, peacefulness
and tranquility in the different areas of travel.
You can also enjoy plenty of things can be enjoyed even while travelling from town to town,
such as scenery never seen before, cuisines never eaten, Japanese culture and other
Feb. 21, 2022
Consideration of the customized tours
We offer the optimized and enjoyable tour in consideration of member structure such as gender, age
as well as physical condition (for example whether to use wheelchair) to create special and exciting
experiences and lifetime memories
To decide the destinations, tourist attractions as well as travelling route as per your
preference and travelling pace
To offer Suitable accommodation for your memorable stay in consideration of location, meals,
Onsen, facilities as well as services with homely atmosphere
To utilize the private vehicles such as taxi and bus that provide travel safety and security
To offer real Japanese foods and local cuisines
Feb. 20, 2022
I feel the coming of spring today.
The plum blossoms at the Shinozaki Shrine have begun to bloom.
|Feb. 11, 2020|
There are over eighty thousand Shinto shrines in Japan, and they represent the oldest
architectural style in the country. Shinto is a religion unique to Japan. Respect for land and
nature is its basic premise. Usually there is a mirror in the case inside each Shrine.
This is the symbol of Shrine’s deity. Shinto customs are common in Japanese life.
Jan. 14, 2022
In Japan, Onsen are the country’s hot springs and the bathing facilities and traditional inns
around them. Most Japanese love bathing in Onsen (hot springs), and many believe that the water
can cure certain ailments. There are many volcanoes around Japan, and therefore many Onsen.
Each Onsen is said to have its own healing property. Onsen resorts or hotels either use water from
actual spring or they boil mineral water. Onsen resorts have opened all over the country, and many
hotels have outside baths offering spectacular views. Public baths are also very common in Japan.
They generally have Jacuzzies, garden bathe, and saunas. At Onsen, people actually wash their
bodies before getting into the water. It is bad manners to use soap or towels in the bath itself.
Jan. 13, 2022
Long ago Japan was divided into many small provinces. The lords of each province fought to take
each other’s territory. Castles were built by the lords to show off their power and control their provinces.
They were both residences and military bases. They were made of wood, but used various defensive
devices for protection. For example, moats were built around some castles. In fact, moats around the
Imperial Palace in Tokyo, which used to be Edo Castle, are still preserved.
Additionally, many castles were built on plateaus or hills. The slopes were then steepened, making
them difficult for enemies to climb. In some castles the grounds from the gate to main building were
designed like a maze to confuse enemies.
The main castle building is usually in the center and is called the Tensyukaku (Castle tower).
They are tall and magnificent structure. The loads and their immediate servants lived in the Tensyukaku.
Jan. 12, 2022
Hidden Christian in Japan
Hidden Christian refers to the Christian believers who adhered to the Christian faith in secret
during the period of prohibition of Christianity in Edo period ( 1603-1868). Many Christians
were forced to apostatize to avoid being persecuted. However, some went underground secretly
to keep their faith, and some remained true to their faith in secret in remote area.
Some Christians disguised themselves as Buddhist by keeping an image of Virgin Mary which
looked like the Kannon, Buddhist deity of mercy (Maria-Kannon Image).
Some kept crosses hidden in their homes, along with Jesus disguised as Jizo-Bosatsu ( the
Buddhist guardian deity of children ). Suspected Christians were forced to step on pictures of
Virgin Mary and infant Jesus (Fumi-e) in order to prove that they were not Christians.
In 1873, during Meiji Restoration, the prohibition of Christianity was abolished after appeals by
Jan. 11, 2022
Coming-of-Age Day ceremony in Kitakyushu-city
Coming-of-Age Day Ceremony in Kitakyushu-city is held at Media Dome today.
When Japanese people celebrate the coming of age all the youth who have reach the age of
twenty in course of the year proceeding it.
The local cities and communities play host to them at the celebration ceremonies, where
many girls attend in gorgeous Kimono specially prepared this occasion.
Jan. 09, 2022
The unique designed building next to our office
The unique building located near JR Kokura station, next to our office is Kitakyushu International
Conference Center Building, designed by Arata Isozaki.
Jan. 08, 2022