Japan Architecture Tours – Robert Day Travel Blog

Unique Japan Tours in Architecture, Art, Design and Culture by Robert Day Travel

Japan Architecture Tour – Kyoto Garden Tours

The gardens of Japan are renowned as being some of the most beautiful gardens in the world and Kyoto contains some of best. By joining Robert Day’s Japan Architecture Tours you will have a chance to visit and tour some of the most remarkable Japanese gardens and landscape architecture there is to see. There is the zen rock garden of Ryoanji, the always changing gravel garden at Kodaiji or the peaceful meandering trails around Kinkakuji and Ginkakuji.

For your chance to see these and more, join the next fully guided Japan Architecture Tour will commence in Tokyo on 30 Sep 2011 and conclude in Kyoto on 8 Oct 2011. This 9-day tour will spend 5 nights in Tokyo and 4 nights in Kyoto. There is also a 14-day tour encompassing the UIA World Architecture Congress if you are interested.

In Tokyo we will visit art galleries and museums designed by famous architects and spend time in the architecture hotspots of Ginza and Omotesando. We will visit Meiji Mura as well as the last 3 Frank Lloyd Wright buildings in Japan, the Imperial Hotel, the Yamamura House and the Jiyu Gakuen School and of course some of the many wonderful Japanese gardens in Kyoto.

Book and pay for the UIA Japan Architecture Tour by 31 August 2011 and receive a 10% discount.

Hurry! Bookings close soon for the UIA Japan Architecture Tour, 25 Sep – 8 Oct. Book now for the best value Japan Architecture Tour.

To book your place on the tour or to find out more detailscontact Robert on robert@rdayarch.com.au or leave a comment in the Comments box above.


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