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Japan

Why we love Japan

Seb once lived and worked in Japan for 2.5 years, working as an English teacher.   The urge to return after so many years has been strong, and fueled by popular demand from travelers on other trips, he’s decided to return! 

Japan offers the perfect combination of exotic culture, tantalizing food and far-east quaintness.  Step outside its bustling cities and you’ll find yourself in picture-perfect nature spots, whether it be a hot-spring with a snow-capped mountain backdrop or a temple nestles amongst a moss-covered forest.

Japanese food is legendary but much of it remains unavailable to vegans, due to the prevalence of sea food, fish sauce and meat.  This is where we come in! 

Our vegan trips in Japan will feature all the popular Japanese dishes you’ve come to know — and a few new favorites! –, all rendered plant-based and no animal products inside!

We can’t wait to take you there and show you around this vibrant and exciting country.   Pencil it in for early 2022!! 

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COMING SOON: Vegan Japan with Colleen Patrick-Goudreau

This trip is still in the planning stage, but you can expect:

Scheduled for April 2022
100% vegan Japanese food
Visit temples and castles
Tours cities like Tokyo, Kyoto and Osaka
Learn tea ceremony and more
Soak in an onsen

Why we love Japan

Seb once lived and worked in Japan for 2.5 years, working as an English teacher.   The urge to return after so many years has been strong, and fueled by popular demand from travelers on other trips, he’s decided to return! 

Japan offers the perfect combination of exotic culture, tantalizing food and far-east quaintness.  Step outside its bustling cities and you’ll find yourself in picture-perfect nature spots, whether it be a hot-spring with a snow-capped mountain backdrop or a temple nestles amongst a moss-covered forest.

Japanese food is legendary but much of it remains unavailable to vegans, due to the prevalence of sea food, fish sauce and meat.  This is where we come in! 

Our vegan trips in Japan will feature all the popular Japanese dishes you’ve come to know — and a few new favorites! –, all rendered plant-based and no animal products inside!

We can’t wait to take you there and show you around this vibrant and exciting country.   Pencil it in for early 2022!! 

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Highlights

  • The Himeji Castle is considered the best existing example of Japanese castle architecture. It was fortified to defend against enemies during the feudal period, but it has been rebuilt many times throughout the centuries and reflects the different design periods.
  • The Hiroshima Peace Memorial is a haunting tribute to the lives lost when the atomic bomb was dropped on Hiroshima on August 6, 1945. Set in a park, the memorial features Genbaku Dome, the only building left standing in the vicinity after the bomb dropped. This harsh reminder of a world at war reminds visitors of the importance of human life and honors the victims so they will never be forgotten.
  • Mount Fuji is the highest mountain in Japan at 3,776 meters (12,388 ft). The volcano’s exceptionally symmetrical cone is a well-known symbol of Japan and it is frequently depicted in art and photographs, as well as a popular tourist attraction for sightseers and climbers

Did you know...

  • Japan is one of the safest countries to travel in the world. According to Worldatlas.com, Japan was in the top 10 of the World’s Safest Countries in 2017. 
  • The public transport in Japan is very efficient, goes nearly everywhere, and is amazingly punctual!
  • Everything in Japan is super clean. You’ll never find any litter on the streets.. though for some reasons rubbish bins are hard to come by.  What’s their secret? 
  • One of the most popular times to visit Japan is during spring. This is due to the amazing pink cherry blossoms that cover the streets.  Not only do the trees start to blossom when spring approaches, everything else in Japan turns into “sakura” mode.