Japan will surprise you with its wealth of stunning landscapes. Throughout the country there are a network of national and regional parks, each one unique and with a network of well-maintained trails, efficient mountain huts and lodges, and the added benefit of plentiful hot springs.
Village-to-village walking on the Nakasendo Trail with five hikes of 1-6 hours
Village-to-village walking on the Kii Peninsula with five hikes of 2-7 hours
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Nakasendo self-guided walking 5 days
Kumano Kodo self-guided walking 6 days
Self-guided Eastern Hokkaido's winter landscapes and wildlife
Walk along the wonderful Nakahechi route of the Kumano Kodo Trail ending at Hayatama Shrine.
Experience the Nakahechi route walking from Takijiri to Nachi waterfall, visiting the Grand Shrines at Hongu and Nachi along the way
Travel along the full Nakahechi route on the enchanting Kumano Kodo pilgrimage trail, experience Grand Shrines at Hongu and Nachi and bathe in the thermal waters at a hot-spring Ryokan
Explore the historic and culturally significant hiking trails of lesser-known Kansai
Experience the tranquil magic of winter on the Nakasendo trail with this small-group guided winter tour, visiting beautifully-preserved old post towns in the snowy Kiso Valley
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