Golf Holiday

At the end of World War II, Japan had only 23 golf courses. Japan’s victory in the Canada Cup (now the World Cup of Golf) in 1957 was the start of a golf boom. In 1960 there were 195 courses, then 424 in 1964, and today there are more than 2,500. Golf has become the […]


Kyoto is the cultural capital of Japan and former residence of the emperor and the first shoguns between 794 and 1868. This provincial town, although modern, strongly perpetuates its cult of traditional culture. The city is a mixture of modern quarters and countless islets of traditional monuments, not to mention the private mansions with their […]

Road Trip

All of Japan at your fingertips
Use your own car or arrange a rental