My name is Kristy your friendly travel consultant from Japan Travel!
I provide personalized travel planning for individuals, families, groups, etc. From budget recommendations to high-end luxury vacations! Name it.
I grow my network and referrals from my clients that I believe were satisfied and confident in my service.
I focus on organizing unique tours and destinations across the country to promote that Japan has a way lot to offer!
So if you’re in need of help from a travel professional in finding great vacation deals on and other getaways, you’ve definitely come to the right place. Rest assured that you now have someone who will make things easier for you to just "Pack, fly, & go"! We will do the rest.
What places and activities do you specialize in?
"Anywhere in Japan! We specialize in offering a customized itinerary, tailored to our client's travel needs exclusively. "
How did you get involved in travel?
"I myself love to travel and planning is my forte. I found that I enjoyed planning and organizing trips for my friends and even our own trips. I do extensive research and rough drafts before finalizing things. And most importantly, the ability in staying within budget while traveling is a must!
As a person who likes to travel, I personally know my travel needs and what makes it a successful one. "
Please share a unique travel experience you will never forget.
"All the travel experience feedback from my customers is quite memorable! But the one that marked was with the couple in their 70's and wanted to experience Japan for their anniversary! I was so thrilled and excited for them as it was their 1st time traveling to Japan. I had to make sure to maximize their days and the activities that are according to their likes. It was long bumpy planning. But at the end of the day, it was all worth it as they were happy with their Japan experience and it was special for them! "
Featured trips & expertise
The sakura, or cherry blossom, is the national flower of Japan and a symbol of renewal. It's no wonder that spring is the best time to visit the country! If you're lucky enough to travel to Japan during the brief blooming season, you'll be treated to the sight of the pale pink flowers almost everywhere you look. This 7-day tour takes you around to top sakura-spotting destinations in Osaka, Kyoto, and Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park, with breaks for cultural sightseeing along the way. You'll end the itinerary with a dedicated cherry blossom tour around Tokyo, including classic photo ops of Mount Fuji in the distance — framed by flowers, of course.
This photogenic 7-day tour of Japan offers an unbeatable mix of popular attractions and off-the-beaten-path gems. You'll experience the country's beauty, starting in vibrant Tokyo and continuing to the temples, shines, and gorgeously landscaped gardens of Kanazawa. Side-trip to Shirakawago, where charming wooden farmhouses were built to withstand heavy snow in winter — if you're lucky, you'll see the village under a blanket of white! Then end with a couple of days in Kyoto, learning about geisha culture and traditional arts like flower arranging. From start to finish, this colorful itinerary is a visual extravaganza.
This weeklong journey focuses on Japan's busy cities, including ultra-modern Tokyo and historic Hiroshima. You'll explore the contemporary art scene, dine in a character café, walk around streets lit up with neon at night, and tour temples and historic sites. But the itinerary also features quieter experiences, featuring day trips to the shrines of Nara, a traditional village where you'll learn about the art of kimono design, and a lookout point where you'll get the best photo ops of snow-capped Mount Fuji.
With two weeks to spend in Japan, you can go on a classic tour around the country's highlights—including Tokyo, Kyoto, and Hiroshima—or opt for an itinerary that focuses specifically on culture and history. Travelers with children love a family-oriented tour featuring hands-on activities, like sushi-making classes and a samurai sword-fighting course, plus visits to two major theme parks. Adventurous visitors opt for an off-the-beaten-path journey around Japan's hidden gems or an active trip around the country's wintry landscapes.
With ten days in Japan, travelers can choose from a great range of options. Those interested in urban life and Japanese culture might opt for a tour of Japan's major cities — Tokyo, Kyoto, Osaka, and Hiroshima. Or get away from the bright lights and big crowds, choosing a trip through Japan's natural wonders, from towering bamboo groves to mountain peaks to rivers lined with cherry blossom trees. If you're traveling with children, consider a family-friendly journey that includes a visit to a ninja theme park and a ride on one of the world's steepest roller coasters. Adventure seekers should not miss the opportunity to follow in the footsteps of samurai on a self-guided walking tour of the Nakasendo Trail. Learn more about your options by reading over the itineraries below.