Lunchtime in Tokyo countryside
Creating Lovely Private Personalized Days in Japan since 2014
Short private exquisite custom escapades in Japan designed on your wishes, not on packages. From one day to some more, for sensible visitors looking for authenticity where food, crafts, people encounters and the good Japanese life matter. Territories start from Tokyo inner city, Tokyo provincial and countryside destinations from one day. Experience great authentic gastronomy, inspiring mood, soothing landscapes, friendly encounters, great comfort and the local good life, both classic and contemporary. Starting from one guest to six, exclusively private, uniquely customized to order.
- Custom private tours and days planning for visitors of Japan
- Custom private tours planning for senior visitors of Japan
- Tour planning consultant for private guests visiting Japan
- Custom private single day planning for business persons visiting Japan with a day off
Itineraries are always private, fully personalized meaning no formated standardized packages. These are geared at small parties starting from one guest yearning for non-generic, non-mass tourism experiences. Itineraries are based on your wishes and articulated around off-record destinations and settings. These will appeal to sentient grown-up travelers wishing for a non-mass touristic experience of Japan starting with Tokyo and nearby territories. Business people with one day off before flying away from Japan will also love the experiences. Alternative Tokyo inner city privates days will immerse you in urban multiple dimensions with food as a key topic of enjoyment and time strategically spent to cover many faces of Tokyo efficiently with great comfort. Inquire.
Food, moods, landscapes, encounters
Food, moods, landscapes and encounters are the key elements of a lovely day, all selected for beauty and wrapped into comfort. Let’s start a day at a Tokyo countryside farmer’s market followed by a visit and tasting party at a saké factory, a slow traditional lunch in lovely settings you will find it hard to leave, an craft atelier visit and a deeply silent shrine walk before heading back to the busy city center. This is only but an example of a day you will cherish as one of the best of time you had in Japan.
Starting from one day
Keep one day off your Tokyo urban to disconnect and enjoy a day of slow enjoyment and gastronomy in the countryside territories of Tokyo. What about a farmers’ market, a private saké factory intimate visit, a wonderful traditional lunch in lush green environement near a river, a shrine for you alone and a craft atelier to end up before cruising back to central Tokyo?
Guiding and Escort
Tours are discreetly led, in English, French, at times silently, and invisibly when needed. The assumption is that your are in Japan to taste moods and seep in ambiances authentically Japanese that do not always deserve non-stop comments. In many settings, silence fits quite well. However, expert explanations, help with food enjoyment, matters of manners and rules are always delivered when needed.
Comfort is a priority, not a luxury. It starts with time management, reasonably planning your days with destinations selected for depth and contentment. Comfort also means selected restaurants and places to further slow down where Japanese beauty is adorned with elements of enhanced comfort.
Japan for Senior Travelers
Senior travelers are more than welcome. Itineraries are always designed to take into account extra comfort, well thought timing and a no haste approach for senior travelers visiting Japan from far away. Extra comfort means careful day schedule design where authentic slow food and slow life are integrated with relaxing time for detente in selected locations, stress free means of transportation and western type of seating arrangement guaranteed. Read more here and inquire.
Japan for Yuzu, Citrus and Fruits
Only Nextaroma custom designs private yuzu, citrus and fruit tours for keen travelers looking to discover parts of rural Japan from an important side of crop and culinary cultures. Visit the dedicated pages for amateurs and professionals.