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Tokyo’s art scene does not disappoint! Whether you’re looking for modern art exhibitions, ancient artefacts, quirky street art or something else entirely, you’ll find it all on a field trip to Tokyo. Even the scenery is enough to ignite that creative flame within your students! What are you waiting for? Get in touch with our team to start planning a once-in-a-lifetime study trip to Tokyo. We tailor-make every trip, which means that the price we quote depends on your travel style, accommodation and activity preferences. It also means that we are able to work with you to create an itinerary that suits your budget. We offer unlimited quotes, free of charge, so get back to us if you’d like to amend your program.


  • Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building
  • Meiji Shrine
  • Harujuku
  • Shibuya Crossing
  • Sumida River Cruise
  • Nintendo store
  • Pokemon Center
  • Tsukiji Fish Market
  • Hamarikyu Gardens
  • Team Lab
  • Akihabara
  • Asakusa
  • Sensoji Temple
  • Tokyo National Museum

Your travel itinerary could look like...

Day 1

Shinjuku is a special ward located in Tokyo Metropolis, Japan. It is a major commercial and administrative centre


Arrive at the start of your Learning Adventure where our enthusiastic Adventure Leaders will be waiting for you, waving our TLA flag. After arrival, you will be provided with a Trip Briefing. Your Adventure Leaders will explain details about your travel plans, give advice on how to adapt to the local culture and outline how you will stay safe during your travels.


Get a view of Tokyo like no other with a trip to the top of the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building. Back to the hotel for some well deserved rest

Day 2

View of Akihabara at night featuring images of anime


Take part in our "Introduction to Japan" session designed to enhance your travel experience! Led by a Japanese language teacher and local students, this interactive session aims to equip you with valuable Japanese phrases and fascinating customs, ensuring your trip is both exciting and memorable. As a special takeaway, you'll receive a beautifully crafted booklet made of Japanese paper to capture and preserve your learnings and memories throughout the journey. Following the session, venture out of the room in small groups accompanied by local students for a fun and engaging adventure game in town, putting your newfound knowledge to the test. Armed with insights into Japanese culture and language, make new local friends and get ready to embark on an unforgettable adventure!


Visit the beautiful Meiji Shrine, dedicated to the Emperor Meiji and his wife who, in the early 20th century, began Japan’s transformation from a feudal to a modern society. Then, move on to the Harujuku district, Tokyo's cultural epicentre, to see pokemon, punks, goths and fashionistas. Anything goes in Harajuku!


Pay a visit to the famous Shibuya Crossing. When the lights turn red at this busy intersection, pedestrians surge into the junction from all sides like a floodgate opening. It's arguably one of the most iconic modern sights in Tokyo!

Day 3

Ashinoko Lake is a scenic lake in the Hakone area of Kanagawa Prefecture in Japan


For an amazing cultural exchange, pay a visit to a local school. Students will take a tour and join lessons with local students, giving them a chance to make friends for life and get to grips with the cultural differences between Japanese schooling and their own.


Hop aboard the Sumida River Cruise for a breathtaking view of the Tokyo Skyline.


Visit Japan's first official Nintendo store in Shibuya, Tokyo. Here visitors will find many products featuring popular Nintendo game characters including Super Mario, Splatoon, Zelda and Animal Crossing. It’s located right next to the new Pokemon Center, which is also a huge attraction for Japanese game fans.

Day 4

Japan, Shibuya Ward, Shibuya Crossing busy with people in the daytime


Experience the hustle and bustle of the world-famous Tsukiji Fish Market (outer market only). Learn how the Japanese demand for fresh seafood drives a hugefishing industry and try fresh fish from this morning’s catch!

Next, explore the beautiful and historical Hamarikyu Gardens in Tokyo, which used to be part of the family residence of the Tokugawa shogun and which functioned as an outer fort for Edo Castle.


Discover the mesmerizing world of digital art at Team Lab in Japan. Step into interactive installations that combine technology, art, and nature, creating immersive and ethereal experiences.


Take a trip to Akihabara, nicknamed Japan’s 'Electric Town' thanks to its postwar industry. Today, it's a cultural centre for anime and manga lovers, and is also home to Japan’s most famous J-pop group, AKB48.

Day 5

Silhouette of couples looking at a twilight view of Tokyo city from the Mori Observation Deck


Walk through the district of Asakusa, where an atmosphere of ancient Tokyo survives. Discover the charming streets lined with traditional craft shops and street-food stalls and visit Sensoji Temple, one of Tokyo's most colorful and popular Buddhist temples. Next, with the assistance of friendly volunteers, learn how to properly wear a kimono and experience the elegance and grace of this iconic attire.


Create a new signature dish in this sushi-making experience with a nationally-accredited instructor. Experience hands-on training and learn how to create beautifully shaped sushi using simple utensils.


Belt out some ballads at your own private Japanese karaoke spot. Sing in English - or show off your Japanese skills!

Day 6

Crowded urban scene at famous Takeshita Street, Harajuku district, Tokyo, Japan


Attain peace of mind through the historical practices of Japanese tea ceremony, and discover Zen with a nationally qualified tea master.


Explore the gigantic Tokyo National Museum. The Museum houses one of the world’s largest collections of artworks and archeological objects from across Asia, with a specific focus on Japanese artefacts. They hold over 100,000 individual items – and almost 100 designated national treasures! Parts of the six-building complex date back to the early 1900s, and many of the buildings were designed by leading architects. Then, after you’ve finished wandering around, venture out into Ueno Park to explore the ponds, and shrines.


On the last time in Japan, there will be a chance for students, faculty and adventure leaders to come together for a reflection session. Through discussion, listening and guided thought, participants can process their experiences, digest new ideas and consider what they have learned about the region, its people and themselves during the trip.

Day 7

Caucasian lifestyle tourist woman eats with chopsticks, sashimi salad at Ameya-Yokocho market street near Ueno in Tokyo, Japan

Departure Day - Breakfast

Today, it’s time to head back for your return travel home. The Learning Adventure’s mission is to expand minds through transformative travel experiences, so we hope that as you settle into your seat for the journey home, that all you have experienced during your trip will leave you with a feeling of increased confidence, knowledge, understanding and yearning for your next adventure!

Whats included

  • Flights to Tokyo
  • 6 nights' accommodation
  • Return airport transfers
  • Tour guide every day
  • Pre-departure teacher pack
  • 24-hour emergency support
  • Free trip-leader place options

Why not add

  • Meal options
  • Themed restaurant

Why choose us

  • Fully accredited and financially protected
  • Knowledgeable and experienced staff
  • Regional Educational Development Execs to support all stages of the trip process
  • Customer portal and app for when you’re on the move
  • 24hr support

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