Kyoto Japan

Find ceremony, tradition and modern innovation

Japan covers 6,852 individual islands nestled between the North Pacific Ocean and the Sea of Japan. With its seemingly endless beauty, the country overflows with local artisans and works of art at every turn. Feast your senses in the culturally rich, technology driven streets of Tokyo, carve up the powder during ski season in Hokkaido or immerse yourself in the world heritage sites of Kyoto, Osaka or Hiroshima. It offers the perfect balance between the traditional and the modern, and will captivate the most seasoned of traveller.

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Tokyo, Japan

Tokyo is one of the most interesting cities in the world, simultaneously mixing old and new, high tech with centuries of tradition.

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Hiroshima flights to Hiroshima


Hiroshima, Japan

Most famous for its destruction by atomic bomb in August 1945, the city of Hiroshima has rebuilt itself and today thrives as a peaceful, cultural and forward-looking city.

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Osaka Osaka - flights to Japan


Osaka, Japan

The third largest city in Japan, it's most famous for its tasty local delicacies. You can now fly direct between Sydney and Osaka three times per week.

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