TATCo’s Top Five Japan YouTubers

Are you ting itchy feet? Wishing you were here because your trip was cancelled or even remembering a time you were here? The days will come again when international travel will be allowed. Until them, live vicariously through these videos, free to watch, informative and entertaining. 1) Abroad in Japan – Chris Broad has been…

The Recovery of Tourism

It has been a whole since a blog post was written, and you can probably figure out why. Updating an inbound tourism travel website was not the first priority for two young people during a crisis time when the borders to our country were closed for tourism. They still are, but we are at least…

Charming Koenji – Fashionable for all the right reasons

When you think of Tokyo, you imagine the tall buildings covered in lights; Shibuya crossing, Shinjuku station, Tokyo Skytree. What you don’t imagine is vintage clothes shops, cafes with old Italian scooters parked outside, musicians in the street and jazz bars with sixty different types of spirit. Welcome, then, to Koenji. Only two stops west…

Toyota MegaWeb – Tokyo’s Car Lovers Heaven

Toyota MegaWeb – Tokyo’s Car Themed Magic Box The reclaimed island of Odaiba is one of several built in the second half of the twentieth century as a way of meeting the increasing demand for land in Tokyo. Dubbed the city of the future, it never really planned out that way as development coincided with…

Five Experiences Not to Miss in Tokyo

Five Experiences not to miss in Tokyo 1.Temples – you don’t have to be a Buddhist to enjoy and appreciate a traditional Buddhist service. Make a wish on your way in, write it on a wooden stick and have them burn it in the fire. Take your bag to be blessed. Close your eyes and…

Five Places to Visit in Tokyo

The world’s most populated city has more to offer than convinience. Litter-free streets, almost no crime and the most efficient public transport system in the world make Tokyo a stress-free city, even for the country types. Here’s five places to check out during your time in this unmissable city. Five Places to Visit In Tokyo…

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Privacy Policy & GDPR Compliance

We are committed to protecting your privacy. We will only use the information that we collect about you lawfully (in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998) and GDPR regulations. The data we hold on you will used for sending you information regarding your trip and product with us, and also for future products which…

Food in Tokyo

Japan Twenty four hours in Tokyo has taught me a few things. Firstly Tokyo is very very large. A sign from the airport said ‘Tokyo, 60km’ even though technically we were in Tokyo. Secondly, it has taught me that Japan is amazing. Its wonderful. I love it. I love food. I have travelled the world…

Japanese Winters

The idea of visiting Japan for an extended period of time wasn’t a new one for me; I’d known about the working holiday visas for a while and loved the idea that it was something different to anywhere else I’d never been before. In recent years I’d seen Asia, but knew Japan was nothing like…

Personal Blog – How to hitch-hike

Of all of the modes of transport I’ve taken in my life, my favourite by miles is hitching. Why do I like it? It’s completely free – people pick you up because they want company, not because they want money Anyone can do it You meet interesting people (people who pick up hitchers tend to…

Trip Advisor Testimonials

Here you will find reviews of people who have been out with our guides over the last few years. These have been collected from Trip Advisor and Facebook and are available to view at the links provided. Collected from clients who’ve taken tours with our guides, not specifically with our company however, they provide an…

Reflections – a year in Ambleside

A year ago I was trying to find my feet; after an exciting summer in America I was ready for a break and my twelve months in the Lake District has been exactly that. In all of the world, there are few tourist destinations with such irresistible appeal as the Lake District National Park. Home to England’s only…

The Million Dollar Roadtrip – New York – Miami

4th Sept 2013 Of the last 24 hours of my life, there has been a few things which will stick in my mind for a little while. The first was the moment I drove on the public highway outside of the UK for the first time; a blacked-out seventy thousand dollar Chevy Tahoe with a U-haul trailer attached,…