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Autumn Art Islands Tour

November 5 - 15, 2024 Fully booked

• 11 days filled with folk & contemporary art, island hopping in mesmerising Setouchi Inland Sea and rural Shikoku in Autumn colour. Enjoy the wide range of dynamic sceneries. Don't miss this amazing journey!

Spend an unforgettable 11 days diving deep into the untouched part of Japan. Starting with island-hopping across Japan’s intriguing Seto Inland Sea, filled with modern art. Expect landscapes curated with unspoiled beauty and art creates a dialogue between the past and present. As we drive into rural Shikoku, be intrigued by the locals and their way of life. The wide range of dynamic sceneries from the window leaves a soft but bold imprint on your soul.

Beautiful Art
Beautiful Art

Travel Features

Small Group

A maximum of 8 travellers on this tour means we can have the best of both organized and personalized tour. It will be executed efficiently and seamlessly yet we will still have room to enjoy for spontaneity. We try our best to accommodate your personal request as much as possible.

Hands-on Art

Regional culture

Regional culinary

Wenda Gourley "I have joined two of Kuroko's tours so far and can not fathom visiting Japan without Kuroko. It is absolutely fabulous! Rika is extremely welcoming and attentive and I loved her sense of humour. She makes travelling stress-free and fun!"

Maureen Gibbons

"Surrounded by magnificent scenery in changing Autumn colours, bathed in the freshness of the air, was to experience an enduring tranquility. Kuroko's tour was more than a holiday, it was a unique insight into the Japanese people, their culture and the warmth of their hospitality."

Anne Venoutsos

"The best holiday! Exploring Japan with Kuroko was a truly unique and spectacular experience. Rika was impeccably accommodating. Her enthusiasm and knowledge for Japan was unsurpassed. The culture, traditions, scenery, architecture, food, and the most hospitable people are just a few reasons we would love to return to this beautiful country."


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