Japan Enrich Directory

Our Scenic Enrich experiences are truly all-inclusive and exclusive, having been carefully selected to take you behind the scenes for encounters that are simply inaccessible to the ordinary traveller, while still being included in the price you pay.
  • Hiroshima's Peace Park
    Learn about the history behind the making of origami cranes at Hiroshima’s Peace Park before creating your own donation in Orizuru Tower, overlooking the Atomic Bomb Dome.
  • Kyoto's most famous geisha district
    Visit Gion, Kyoto’s most famous geisha district, for an exclusive dinner with a maiko, who will teach you about her life as an apprentice geisha and the ancient traditions she follows.
  • Tea ceremony in Kanagawa
    Partake in a tea ceremony in Kanagawa, where you will see how matcha (green tea) is ceremoniously prepared and indulge in authentic treats, all while wearing a traditional Japanese kimono.
  • Visit Tsukiji Fish Market
    Immerse yourself in Japanese cuisine with the help of a skilful chef, as you prepare your own sushi for lunch after visiting the famous Tsukiji Fish Market in Tokyo.
  • Mossball Lamp
    Transform Oirase’s natural beauty into a working lamp to bring home. At the Oirase Stream Museum use your creative skills and imagination to create your own Mossball Lamp, a craft specialty of the region. Using a moss gour grown in the waters of the Oirase River as the lampshade, use your own design to hand create the lamp’s light pattern.
  • Kokeshi doll
    Witness the creation of the wooden Kokeshi doll, an item originally created and sold at hot spring resorts in northern Japan. Test your creative and imagination skills and paint your own wooden Kokeshi doll.
  • Otaru’s glassware workshops
    At one of the Otaru’s famous glassware workshops, who once produced glass buoys, try your hand at making your own glassware masterpiece.