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KANAGAWA
Hayama | Kamakura

Located at the northern end of the Miura Peninsula in Kanagawa Prefecture, Hayama is home to the Japanese Imperial Family’s seaside residence, the Summer Palace. Kanagawa is filled with curious shops and surrounded by nature. On clear days, you might be able to see Mt. Fuji across Sagami Bay while relaxing at the beach.

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MIE
Toba | Ise | Matsusaka | Iga

Part of the Kansai region, Mie has some of the most historical and sacred sites in Japan.

Thanks to its ocean-side location, Mie also boasts exceptional seafood delicacies. Dive into the rich and unique culture of the locals, only we can offer.

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Recommended Additional Activities 

Picnic with A View

Standing 283 meters above sea level, Mt Takami offers a 360 degree panorama view of the surrounding area. Enjoy a refreshment while admiring the scenery. 

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(Credit: Japan Travel & Twitter @0310Cacaomame)

Matsuyama Castle

A fortress that has withstood war and time. What's Japan without its outstanding castle? Matsuyama Castle is famed as one of 12 original castle. In 1784, it was burned down when it was struck by lightning, but reconstructed in 1852. See the blooming 200 cherry trees on the castle grounds during spring season.

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Hiroshima, Refreshing and Reinvigorating

Specially curated by our travel specialists, every itinerary can be customised to your needs and interests. Through our personal relationships with the local communities and businesses, we provide authentic, one-of-a-kind experiences found exclusively in the locality.

Here is a snapshot of our adventure in the northwestern part of Japan, Ehime and Kochi.

Whether it is a weekend gate-away or a 2-week vacation,
be sure to create fond memories with Michi & Co.

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Hello from Ehime and Kochi!

Ehime and Kochi are located in Shikoku, an island located southwest of Japan’s main island of Honshu. Shikoku is the smallest and least-populous main island, which makes it an ideal destination if you want to easily get 'off the beaten path' and encounter fewer tourists, but without being in the wilderness. Set out on a trip of discovery with Michi & Co.

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(Credit: GaijinPot)

Enjoy Japan's beautiful and breezy spring season in a novel way as we go on a wellness retreat. Enjoy the incredibly scenic inland seas in Hiroshima Prefecture, and experience the natural side of Japan like never before.

Hiroshima, Refreshing and Reinvigorating

Specially curated by our travel specialists, every itinerary can be customised to your needs and interests. Through our personal relationships with the local communities and businesses, we provide authentic, one-of-a-kind experiences found exclusively in the locality.

Here is a snapshot of our fitness and wellness spring season 3-day retreat in Hiroshima Prefecture. Nourish your mind, body and soul.

Whether it is a weekend gate-away or a 2-week vacation, be sure to create fond memories with Michi & Co.

Hello from Ehime and Kochi!

Ehime and Kochi are located in Shikoku, an island located southwest of Japan’s main island of Honshu. Shikoku is the smallest and least-populous main island, which makes it an ideal destination if you want to easily get 'off the beaten path' and encounter fewer tourists, but without being in the wilderness. Set out on a trip of discovery with Michi & Co.

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(Credit: GaijinPot)

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