“The Color of Japan” Expedition Extension With Arthur Meyerson and George Nobechi

 

Dates: December 10-15, 2018

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Length: 5 nights, 6 days
Location: Tokyo, Kyoto
Cost: from $3295 US per person ($549/day), options available
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Includes: 5 nights accommodations in a luxury hotel and an exclusive, traditional Japanese inn, all domestic transportation including first class trains and airport transfers, 2 dinners, 6 breakfasts, all admissions and fees to parks, gardens and museums, courier service for luggage, in-the-field photography leadership by Arthur Meyerson, guidance, trip-planning, interpreting and Japanese cultural education by George Nobechi. Technical support, free mobile WiFi and information packages to help you prepare for your trip.

Does Not Include:
International travel, extras such as additional meals.

We focus on Tokyo by night, with its dynamic neon-lit neighborhoods providing whimsical, fun shooting opportunities. We continue on to Kyoto where we seek the quiet, lesser known temples and gardens, as well as focusing on street photography in some of Kyoto’s most fascinating neighborhoods.  You will also have the option to visit the iconic temples if you wish, but our photographic efforts will be concentrated on less busy locations. 

We will also take you to areas in and around Kyoto that you may have never heard of, but will be fascinated to discover with our native leader. We will experience the late fall color in Kyoto, much of it on the ground, while the crowds from the busy season at the peak color times will have dissipated.

Highlights

  • Tokyo’s amazing nightlife

  • A quieter time to visit Kyoto, avoiding the peak crowds

  • A highly curated list of visually compelling locations in Kyoto

  • New locations, far less visited

  • Freedom and flexibility to visit iconic temples if you wish

  • Exclusive hotels and inns

  • Private, luxury travel

  • Bilingual, bicultural local guidance by award-winning photographers

  • In-the-field leadership by Arthur Meyerson

  • A trip designed for the discerning traveler who wants to experience Kyoto beyond its most famous locations.

  • A chance to experience Kyoto the way it used to be and find Zen in your photography.

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