April 8th - April 28th
Spring CourseTake in the beauty of Japan in the Spring
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Japanese spring time is one of the most beautiful times of year. From Sakura and Hanami through to seasonal food, there’s beauty all around in Japan in Spring. There’s a lot of delicious food beyond sushi and the Spring Course Trip is the best way to try it all. A three-week course jam-packed with the culinary delights of this amazing country, it’s made for the foodie in you. This trip isn’t just about eating your way around Japan, it’s about getting a real understanding of the soul of the country. You’ll get to try your hand at making some of the traditional foods like ramen but you’ll also get to go out and about to Kawagoe and experiencing the countryside with fruit picking. The best thing is you’ll be able to take our new skills home and impress your friends with your language skills and your culinary skills.
Dine out at an Izakaya
Picnic under the flowers at Hanami
Make traditional Japanese noodles
Unwind with some fruit picking
Try out Tonbodama
Sample some sake
Sing your heart out at Karaoke
Make Food Samples
Go back in time at Kawagoe
Choose your plan
- Chow down at an Izakaya An izakaya is a traditional Japanese tavern most people go to after work with their colleagues for food and drinks.
- Picnic under the flowers at Hanami Enjoy the Sakura of spring with Hanami or Japanese flower viewing. Picnic under the snow of the falling flower petals.
- Unwind with some fruit picking Fruit is considered a delicacy in Japan with land being scarce but that means it's really something special. Join us for a day in the countryside to pick and most importantly eat, some tasty seasonal fruit.
- Sing your heart out at Karaoke Get together and pick your favourite songs to sing along to. All the hits you can't get out of your head both Japanese and International!
- Try out Tonbodama The art of Tonbodama, or glass ball making, has been used for centuries to make charms and decorations. Try your hand at making your own 'dragonfly eyes'.
- Make Food Samples A strange but integral part of the Japanese restaurant industry the food samples on d