Faculty-led study tour programs HOSPITALITY & TOURISM

TOURISM – JAPAN

Overview

The Japan Hospitality & Tourism study tour provides students an opportunity to undertake a broad study of the tourism environment within Japan. Students will have the opportunity to engage with universities and academics, industry company visits, government agencies and visiting unique cultural attractions.

Recommended List of Companies to Visit

1

Tokyo Disney Resorts

Comprised of two theme parks Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo Disneysea.

2

Imperial Hotel

Operates premier hotels in Tokyo and Osaka.

3

Tokyo Station Hotel

Founded in November 1915, s one of the oldest surviving hotels in Tokyo.
4

Tokyo Haneda International Airport

Offers airline transportation services.
5

Japan Airlines Co. Ltd

JAL provides air transportation services.
6

RaKuten Travel

Japan’s largest e-commerce travel booking platform.
7

Hoshino Group

A century-old resort management company specializing in eco-tourism.
8

Tokyo Big Sight

Is the largest international exhibition center in Japan.
9

Japan National Tourism Organization

Is involved in a broad range of activities promoting travel to Japan.

RECOMMENDED HIGHER LEARNING INSTITUTIONS TO EXCHANGE

Teikyo University | Rikkyo University | Meiji University
Temple University | Josai International University

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Destination Highlights

Tokyo Bay Harbour Cruise

Specially designed for a fun night of eating, drinking and entertainment, this cruise is the perfect way to experience Tokyo Bay and enjoy a live kabuki-style show.

Samurai Training

Have your eyes opened wide with the speed, accuracy and dexterity of the opening high-speed swordsmanship demonstration. Then there will no hesitation when students put on a kimono and learn the etiquette and techniques of samurai swordsmanship, and the spirit or ‘o-lai’, with power, comes great responsibility.

Bonsai Cutting & Garden Visit

Visit a bonsai garden for a lecture on the art of bonsai, combined with the opportunity to cut and create based on the techniques explained. The host, our own “Mr. Miyagi,”  has over 30 years of experience working with Bonsai, and one of the finest private collections of Bonsai in Japan, whose oldest tree, which he will point out with great pride is now 800 years young.

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