Japan has a very different set of etiquette rules to Western countries, and we at Tomato Travel believe being prepared and aware is the best policy. To help you on your journey, we’ll take you through some simple etiquette rules so you can be conscious and considerate on your Japan trip.
There are only twelve remaining original feudal-era castles left in Japan. Find out which original Japanese castles Tomato Travel can take you to.
Tomato Travel tour co-ordinator Tomoyo travelled through central Honshu during summer. Find out what this Kyushu girl got up to on her summer Japan trip.
Our Fly Free* promotion has almost ended. Find out which tours are included in this special offer, and the special highlights of each!
Ever wondered how they celebrate Halloween in Japan? Our newest Tomato Travel blog contributor, Jodie, has been living in Japan for the past three years, and she knows just how to celebrate Halloween in the land of the rising sun!
Tomato Travel reservations agent Rebecca recently took a trip to Japan’s Tohoku region, in northern Honshu. There was a lot of hiking, a lot of food, and lots of Insta-worthy photo ops! Read on to find out her recommendations.
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Need some travel tips on where to go in Japan? Over the next few months, we plan on shining a spotlight on some of Japan’s lesser known (though no less amazing) cities and towns. This post is all about what to do in Aomori, a city known for its fabulous festival of floats, and for being the snowiest city in the world!
What is the best time to travel to Japan? Here’s our top 5 reasons why we think autumn in Japan gets the top vote.