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There's no shortage of things to see and do in Japan. Whether it's exploring the streets of ultra-modern cities like Tokyo or Yokohama, learning the history behind the ancient Buddhist temples and Shinto shrines in Kyoto, seeing the cherry blossoms in Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden or conquering Japan's iconic Mount Fuji, you'll be impressed.
In Japan, you'll find ancient history paired with the newest technology and development. From being served by a robot waiter at a sushi restaurant and spending time with cats at famous cat cafés to participating in a traditional tea ceremony and watching a sumo match, there's something for everyone.
And let's not forget about all of the iconic Japanese foods. From eating ramen at the Shinyokohama Ramen Museum, indulging your taste buds with sushi and sashimi at the Tsukiji Fish Market, to going on an Osaka food crawl, one thing is prominent; Japan is one of the world's finest dining destinations.
For those who enjoy shopping, Japan offers a wealth of stores selling everything from traditional souvenirs like folding fans (Sensu) and bento boxes to the latest electronics and top fashion brands. Large cities such as Tokyo have several shopping districts, each with their unique feel and character. From Ginza, which is known as Tokyo's centre of luxury and is equivalent to the Fifth Avenue in New York City to Harajuku, a Japanese street fashion mecca, there's plenty of shops to visit.
Moreover, if your primary reason for visiting Japan is to relax and unwind, then you're in luck because Japan offers a variety of relaxation experiences. There are escapes in the countryside where you can bath in hot springs (Onsen) overlooking the ocean; mountain retreats focused on mindfulness and self-reflection and high-end spas offering everything from the traditional Japanese facial massage - Kubido to cupping and other treatments.
All in all, from delicious food, natural beauty, to unique culture, Japan is a one-of-a-kind destination that won't disappoint.
So why fly business class to Japan? Flying business class lets you experience the ultimate rest and freedom. From priority check-in and boarding to premium lounge access, it makes time spent travelling count.
Onboard, as a business class passenger, you'll enjoy a seat that transforms into a full bed and a large entertainment screen with movies, TV programmes, music, games and apps, so that even on the shortest flights, you can relax or simply catch up on sleep.
Dedicated cabin crew will also provide an elegant travel kit, which includes noise-cancelling headphones, multi-hydrating lotion, a complete dental care kit and other handy travel items for your convenience and comfort.
When it's time to eat, dining in business class is a culinary experience designed to entice. Savour creations made by notable chefs and dine in a restaurant setting onboard with full table service and beverages, including fine wines, craft beer and spirits to match the food.
All in all, business class is designed to ensure your well-being, privacy and the ultimate comfort throughout your flight.
There are flights to Japan available from airports across the country, such as Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth, Gold Coast and Cairns, with the average direct flight taking around 9.5 hours.
So if you want to travel to Japan in comfort, be sure to check out our range of business class flights to Japan here at Globehunters, and feel free to contact our passionate team of travel consultants who are ready to help you plan your dream trip.