Thank you for visiting

It is of our opinion that Japan is still one of the safest countries to travel to and around, given the high level hygienic practices the country is commonly renowned for, that have so far resulted in some of the slowest spread of COVID-19 seen globally. Situational reports can be accessed here, with daily updates showing a statistically very low growth in comparison to the population.

Update - 18/03/2020 - COVID-19 AND TRAVEL - Do not travel overseas at this time. If you wish to return home, do so as soon as possible.

In light of this, we are revising our cancellation terms and conditions to be applied moving forward. In the event of any cancellations for trips departing on or before 30 April 2020, we will waive all JTB cancellation fees related to the bookings. These terms apply to cancellation requests received from 16:00AEST on Friday 13 March 2020, until further notice. As the situation develops, these terms may be revisited, and the period of travel may be adjusted. Any supplier levies will continue to be passed on, however we will do our best to negotiate waivers of fees due to cancellations in accordance with advice from DFAT, where possible.

We sincerely wish for all Australians to be well in the coming months, and look forward to moving past this challenging time. For those still excited to go, we’re with you all the way!

JTB Australia

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Save time and money by leaving the planning to us so you can focus on an amazing tour of the sights, sounds and flavours of Japan. These tours will operate with an experienced JTB escort. 


A combination of a variety of tours which also includes your accommodation and transportation. English speaking guides are included during site seeing and assistants at points of transfers.


We have a wide selection of day tours in Tokyo, Mt Fuji, Kanazawa, Kyoto, Osaka, Hiroshima and so much more. There is so much to discover and experience in each city. Book online now! 

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