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This is the time for you to aim beyond level of achievements from your trip. Going with Walk Japan, becoming richer by having all from a tour: wellness, kindness and goodness for your mind, body and soul.

A time to remember. What do you usually carry from your trip or vacation other than collection of pictures and memories to be saved and shared? What about sharing the joy and kindness during your vacation? Create an exciting foray to the affluent places in Japan with social agenda by doing community project for a sustainable and viable future in supporting and maintaining life of the society, environment and communities in the Kunisaki Peninsula neighborhood.

Take a walk in, Yufuin, where one of Japan’s elegant onsen thermal hot spring resorts located helps to refresh you.

Walk Japan is a travel company which awarded by national Geographic as “one of 200 Best Adventure Travel Companies on Earth”. Founded by two academics, Dr. Thomas Stanley and Prof. Richard Irving in 1992, this company has grown greatly both in quantities and qualities proven by the number of its tours and customers. This company is acknowledged as leader of specialised tours that immerse and indulge visitors in Japanese society and culture; provide great insights into the nation and its people; and often explore little-visited, beautiful and diverse regions of the nation where both for the Japanese society and the visitors gain more values from the journey. It also creates and runs private, custom tours tailored to customers’ particular interests and requirements.

Walk Japan offers you the best and memorable experience in your trip from its routes, inns and activities. Providing you with 3 options of tour types, you can choose your a la: Kunisaki and Yufuin Walk, Kunisaki Retreat and Kunisaki Trek filled with different kind of exciting, fun and meaningful activities you can do to build intimacy or bond between family, friends, company teammates or school students.

Closely interacting with friendly and genuine people of the country at the local farming.

These series of the tours introduce you to the Kunisaki Peninsula, one of Japan’s most beautiful yet least known areas, and Yufuin, where one of Japan’s elegant onsen thermal hot spring resorts located. Stepping on the historical trails that promise you an excellent walking experience through sleepy hamlets, verdant forests, along craggy ridges and tower over the surrounding myriad valleys. Sense the spiritual journey from the footsteps of monks, who have walked through the mountains of the peninsula for more than 1,200 years. You will be immersed with various blast like yoga and meditation led by the local instructors, young abbot of Fuki-ji. Take gentle walks through rural scenery each day for a relaxing, spiritually engaging getaway while closely interacting with friendly and genuine people of the country. You will also be indulged with sumptuous and nutritious dish produced by the local people from the small scaled farming they have. The authentic cuisine from a variety of crops including rice, soba, soybeans, wheat and a myriad vegetables and fruit or its local-caught fish will be served every day in your breakfast, lunch or dinner. Invest your valuable time by learning indigenous culture of the people in making soba buckwheat noodles, ikebana flower arranging, chado tea ceremony, and Japanese taiko drumming. Get new insight from a spiritual journey by practicing one of the extinct customs, Mine-iri, a practice of traversing sacred mountain paths in prayer. This ritual has been part of the religious life of Kunisaki since the 9th Century and still continues today in Kunisaki, one of only a few places in Japan where it still commits to preserve this mores.

Enrich yourself by being part of this enriching tour with Walk Japan. You can take away home all Japan’s enchantment: the country’s culture, rich history and gastronomy through this like gold dust trip. To get more detail about the schedule, itinerary and price feel free to visit https://walkjapan.com/