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Tokyo, Hakone, Kyoto Presented by: The International Continuing Education society Cléo

Pre-trip to Osaka - with a choice of visit to Hiroshima and Miyajima or Mount Koya: April 9 to 12, 2024 - SOLD OUT
Main Segment in Tokyo, Hakone and Kyoto: April 12 to 21, 2024 - SOLD OUT
Japanese Countryside Post-Trip: April 21 to 25, 2024 - SOLD OUT

A dazzling mix of tradition and modernism, Japan is an absolutely fascinating country where excess and eccentricity meet respect for others, history and customs. Japan is also an impressive disparity between Tokyo the megalopolis, with its cultural, technological and fashion scene at the forefront of the world, and the calm of Kyoto, where we discover the richness of history and Japanese traditions through its majestic temples and breathtaking landscapes. This is also Japan: a country that has known how to evolve while preserving its heritage, and a nation proud of this heritage.

We visit a country through its monuments and meeting its inhabitants, but also by experiencing its gastronomy. And in Japan, this is truer than ever. Japanese cuisine is among the finest, most precise and inventive in the world, both exotic and enriching. If the reputation of Japanese gastronomy is well established (Tokyo has surpassed Paris as the most starred city in the Michelin Guide), there really is something for all tastes and budgets. And we invite you during this event to make you discover some of our favorite addresses in Japan and otherwise difficult to access: from the street food of Tokyo to a grandiose Omakase, through the culinary change of scenery offered in the ryokans, these traditional Japanese inns. In short, we offer you a real journey of experiences.

Let us know your interest today.

For any questions and to book, fill out this form or contact Ms. Marie-Pier Gagnon.

By phone: 1-800-590-5995
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