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Releasing Japan 2024

2024 Golf Tour of Japan

Wednesday 10th April – Wednesday 24th April 2024

We are so excited to be adding our 2024 Golf Tour of Japan to our many golf tour destinations around the world. We hope you will join us.

Our 15-day fully guided Golf Tour of Japan is timed for 10 – 24 April 2024 in the cherry blossom season. The tour itinerary offers a wonderful introduction to the Japanese history and culture and ‘ticks off’ a number of must do’s on a visit to Japan. Playing golf in Japan will be a unique experience, their customs while different from ours only enhance the playing of this great game!

On tour from Tokyo to Kobe with 4 city stops we play 8 championship golf courses along the way Each offers different challenges from world class architects, amazing clubhouses and course panoramas. Watch out for the ‘Alisons’! (Local reference to deep pot hole bunkers designed by one of the original British architects C.H. Alison who came to Japan in the 1930’s).

This is a luxury golf tour of Japan – we include 3 nights in Tokyo in the Kanto region, with time to experience the fast pace of a city with more neon lights than anywhere in the world. From Tokyo we head south into the Kanagawa Prefecture to Hakone for 4 nights. This is, a favourite holiday destination for the Japanese with its spectacular views of Mt Fuji and access to natural hot mineral springs – the Japanese are fanatical about hot tubs!

Our next 2-night stay is at the magical Yamaha Resort Katsuragi Hotel Kitanomaru, a modern-day castle with beautiful wooden architecture. By shingansen (bullet train) we arrive at our final stop, the city of Kobe in the Kansai region. Here we enjoy a 5-night stay so we can experience a visit to Kyoto, the ancient capital of Japan with its shrines and temples, bamboo forests and Geisha district. And no tour of Japan is complete with a bullet train ride and to pay our respects in Hiroshima. Plus, a whole lot more…….Contact us for more information about this fabulous tour to the ‘Land of the Rising Sun’.

Yoroshiku or kind regards

Kim Buckley & Denise Langdon


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