Frui is very excited about our new holiday to Japan!
Japan is a land of contrasts from the nerd central of to the bustling fish markets in Tokyo, there is no better location for a photography holiday.
On this 10 day trip we plan to cover all the exciting locations in Tokyo, the beautiful landscape around the Ryokan lakes (where will have a chance to go to a traditional Sake a factory), followed by the beautiful and picturesque city of Kyoto.
It promises to be an unforgettable trip, led by chief photography tutor Simon Tupper and our tutor Louis Young who lived in Tokyo for two years and knows all the secret spots.
As this trip is proving to be so popular that we are asking for a £200 deposit to reserve your place. We will then require the rest of the deposit in two months time.
Hope you can make it on this unforgettable trip.
Day 1 - Arrive and check into Hotel Daikanyama, traditional dinner and intro.
Day 2 - Morning in Yanaka old city to see the traditional wooden houses, old grave yard and Askakusa temple.
Evening shoot of the famous Shibuya evening lights. Bar crawl in the Nonbei are in Yokocho.
Day 3 – Shoot the Shinjuku gaming area. Afternoon in the Harajuku district famous for the counter culture and cos play. Tour of Yoyogi Par.
Day 4 – Early morning shoot at the fish market Tsukiji. Afternoon at Akihabara, the nerd centre of the world!
Day 5 – Train to Hakone, Stay in Ryokan, a traditional guests house. Walk tour of the area.
Day 6 – Shooting Mount Fuji landscapes and afternoon Hakoneyama sake brewery.
Day 7 – Bullet train to Kyoto, check into hotel. Tour of the Minshuku area, see the Kurama-dera temple.
Day 8 - Shoot in the Fushimi Inari-Taisha, endless arcades of vermilion torii (shrine gates) Afternoon at Nishiki Market to see the weird and wonderful foods.
Day 9 – Early morning shoot of the endless and amazing Arashiyama Bamboo Grove. Afternoon Bullet train back to Tokyo for last dinner in Michelin stared restaurant.
Day 10 – Morning relax and then transfer to the airport.
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