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Exploring new terrain by luxury bus can be a magical experience, with a constantly changing vista seen from the window of a luxury cruise ship or train carriage. From the comfort of your seat, you can take in the diverse scenery of Japan and appreciate the very Japanese concept of transient beauty.
Springtime in Japan is nothing less than magical. From late March to mid-April, or even early May, the country’s iconic sakura (cherry blossoms) capture the attention of visitors and locals as their beautiful flowers blanket the country in soft pink splendor.
Each spring, the cherry blossoms burst into bloom across Japan. Cherry blossom season starts from Kyushu in southwestern Japan around late March, and all the way up to northward, Tohoku and Hokkaido in late spring.
In Japan, the most common cherry trees are Somei-Yoshino, with masses of pale pink blossoms. Don’t miss the elegant shidare-zakura, weeping cherry trees, which often grow in parks and along riverbanks.
In Japanese culture, food is much more than mere sustenance; it is an art form, a social ritual, and a representation of the country’s history, geography, and seasonality. The Japanese have a deeply ingrained respect for ingredients, showcased in various cooking techniques that aim to elevate the natural flavors rather than overshadow them. This reverence extends to the aesthetics of food presentation, where each dish is arranged to please not just the palate but also the eye, embodying the concept of “Hara hachi bu,” or eating until one is 80% full, highlighting the cultural emphasis on moderation and mindful eating.
Finding award-winning restaurants in Japan is easier due to the country’s reputation for fine cuisine. Additionally, there are numerous opportunities to dine at exceptional establishments, whether you’re interested in experimental dishes or prefer sticking to traditional fare.
Deeply influenced by four different seasons and shaped by the region in which it is served, an exploration of Japanese cuisine could last a lifetime, with enough variety to cater for even the most demanding of plates. Whether you seek a sake-paired tasting menu or an opulent private dining affair, the food of Japan will never disappoint you!
In a country as culturally diverse as Japan, traditions vary from one region to another and even from town to town. To fully appreciate these cultural nuances, consider traveling like a local through the Japanese countryside. This will allow you to experience a different way of life, far removed from the hustle and bustle of urban centers, in picturesque villages set amidst rice fields, mountains, rivers, and lakes.
The rich and incredibly diverse culture and arts in Japan have been shaped by a blend of indigenous traditions and the skillful adaptation of cultural imports, primarily from China and Korea, as well as from the West. Some cultural forms that have disappeared in their countries of origin are still preserved in Japan. Many of these ancient practices and traditions continue to be an integral part of daily life in Japan. During your travels, you can immerse yourself in the country’s multifaceted culture by participating in authentic experiences, such as joining a local tea ceremony, watching sumo wrestlers in training, or spending a night in a temple to observe the monks’ daily routines.