Japan Tours tries to capture at least the most fascinating ones, offering tours with Italian-english-german-french-speaking guides, which summarize the essence of everything: the modernity of cities and transportation as well as the ancient culture with its customs and traditions, not forgetting the gastronomic aspect.
Japan loves contrasts and turns them into balance.
In the common imagination, Japan is the land of the Rising Sun, there where the day is born and where the future is already present, with its lightning-fast trains and a thousand hi-tech innovations. But at the same time it is also the land of geishas and kimonos, of ancient traditions cultivated with devotion, such as that of sake, drunk under the cherry blossoms during hanami-the festival to pay homage to spring-or that funny way of greeting each other with a bow.
It is therefore difficult to convey, in a single image, the irresistible charm of this contrast between past and future.
A contrast that is only apparent, otherwise how could Zen gardens with Tokyo skyscrapers fit together? The manga with the Raku? The boundless love of technological gadgets and that of cherry blossoms? The cartoon anime and Samurai worship? Wagyu farms and the Tsukiji fish market?