Thank you for your assistance with a Japanese Holiday arrangements – we had a wonderful time.
Thank you for your assistance with a Japanese Holiday arrangements – we had a wonderful time.
Thanks for your welcome home. We had a wonderful trip with both WalkJapan and ski-ing at Nozowa. Thanks to you we had VIP accommodation at Yudanaka ( to see the snow-monkeys ) and a great stay at Sakaya Ryokan at Nozowa. The Keio in Tokyo was first class as usual ( and so close to Shinjuku station and some great restaurants ).
Thank you for your attention and organising both accommodation and travel. It made travelling so much easier.
Next time we think we might go in the Spring or Autumn ( Japan does look bare in winter ).
Evan and Elaine.
I hope you are well.
My trip was amazing. The greatest month of my life!
everything you helped me book was amazing.
The rail pass worked perfect for us, no issues at all
the day tour was amazing like we had an amazing time
all the tickets we had booked all worked perfectly.
I actually dont know how to thank you and JTB.
I was so stressed before but you guys really helped make our trip the best experience possible.
if you have any direct questions shoot them through!
We have received the refund and all the rest of the paperwork.
Thank you for your assistance with everything.
We really appreciate it.
We are also really looking forward to visiting Japan. Not long to go now!!
Thanks again for a great service!
I hope you’ve had a lovely Christmas and New Year!
I returned from my Japan trip last month, and I wanted to say a massive thank you for the generous prizes from JTB and your help with organising the trip! I got to experience so many new and exciting things on the trip. It was my mum’s and my first time to Kyoto, and we absolutely loved our stay there. The 7-day JR rail pass was especially useful and made arranging our transportation so much easier!
Back in Tokyo, the location of the Shiba Hotel could not be more convenient. My mum and I were very happy to find that there was even a complimentary buffet breakfast included for our stay!
It was also fabulous to see Mt Fuji for the first time on the Hakone tour. We were very fortunate to have good weather and even got to go up to the fourth station, where there was snow. Our guide was knowledgeable and organised and it was a very rewarding day.
Thank you again for the prizes and helping me with the organisation of this trip!
Thanks so much for your promo service which is outstanding
I’m heading in today to collect 😊
Hi Olivia :)
Trip was amazing! Was thinking about sending you some feedback :)
We walked our feet off in all our stops. And managed the train system really well.
Highlight of the trip (other than the skiing!) was accidentally walking into the once a year only presentation of the new Geisha (Maiko) in Kyoto. Paparazzo everywhere. Was full on! Amazing once in lifetime experience. Hyatt was great!
We all loved Tokyo! Especially the vintage clothing districts! We think Melbourne is good… but Tokyo is amazing for vintage/second hand gear!
Miyajima was gorgeous! Very relaxing. Futons a bit hard 😆 but manageable. Resort understated but lovely and the location, WOW!! It’s on the edge of an amazing forest and hike area. We climbed the mountain, did the cable car back etc. all this literally at our doorstep. The winding market streets amazing too. We all wore kimonos to dinner one night which was fun. Amazing young woman served us at dinner each night. Really worth letting them know how lovely she was, so I might send them note. We all did the Japanese breakfast thing here which was culturally interesting. We also did the back pack thing and sent our bags ahead onto the alps. Great suggestion :)
Skiing was unbelievable! The accom was really good. However Damain and I upgraded from the booker 4 star wing to the 5, which was bigger and nicer. Left the boys as booked 😆 Worth noting that the resort has 3-4 different levels of accom. Also worth noting that the resort is a bit kooky! No bar opens before 7pm. Real issue for all staying. People couldn’t believe they couldn’t get a G & T or decent wine before 7. Only whisky and beer and cask
wine available in funny little corner areas before 7. Food really expensive and average. But still was a very glamorous stay and so few people. Slopes and resort really quiet. We had it almost to ourselves at times. And the snow!!! Such a bonus. Not sure how long this will last as the snow is def attracting the aussies. Some were saying that it’s better than Switzerland! We had a really lovely stay! Staff odd but nice. Not very sophisticated. Still worth recommending as a destination, just be good to warn future aussies about the food/cost and bar issue. We did go into town on shuttle one night for an average pizza but fun nonetheless. We did notice aussies going into town to get supplies a bit. Alcohol and water and snacks etc. Great cafe/bakery though for quite good coffee surprisingly and pastries and sandwiches at lunch time. The powder on the slope makes up for all the kookiness and other issue though haha
Thanks for all your help and we will remember the trip forever!!
Back safely from our superb holiday in Japan. Everything went perfectly and according to plan and we loved every minute. Thank you for your help and excellent service.
If i were to be extremely fussy, which i’m not, there were two minor details that maybe you can use as feedback.
Otherwise all was of an excellent standard throughout our trip with no other hiccups and the JR ticket was very convenient and just about broke even with actual train costs we used.
Best wishes for a good holiday and great new year
David and Lea
Our clients have returned from Japan and had a fantastic holiday so wanted to share their feedback of the travel arrangements booked through JTB.
“Had the most wonderful time! it was better than i possibly hoped it could be.
Arrival was smooth and how you described – the metro was very easy to use we put 5000 yen on our pasmo and that keep us beeping in and out of stations happily (the kids ones chirp like a baby bird).
The JTB tours were fantastic and they way the looked after us and made sure we got from point to point was very special (sending people in taxi’s to pick us up and ride the train with us)
The cooking class was great! I’m glad you included the directions or we would still be looking for it also it would be good to know it was called cooking sun – photo included)”
Thank you wonder woman….you consistently impress me with your efficiency.
Currently at the Shangrila which is magnificent to return to after the 3 day tour to Kanazawa. I want to thank you very much for your understated and humble organisation, and like the wonderful culture of Japan that we have experienced. The different guides and facilitation by Sunrise/JTB was first class- amazing how they are there always ahead of time to meet you. All guides were good, most well understandable- a credit to them. The last on the 3 day tour , Kazuka was magnificent. Also Michi of Kyoto who took us to Himijei castle, went our of her way to find out where the photo I wanted was taken. She found out it was taken from the zoo, and allowed me to sidetrack.
It was worth it. I had the opportunity to talk to a visiting kindergarten group at the exhibit of the Kangaroos- very timely.
Will talk after we settle down at home. In our situation, I think the half day tours are good, and certainly you need a break between each full day tour. We were exhausted to start the 3rd day of the 3 day tour and then, we saw the gardens of Kanazawa castle, which were absolutely breathtaking.
The Shangrila was a blessed respite for Voulette, with Daimaru downstairs.
You knew what you were doing. Keio Plaza Hotel is a wonderful experience as is Shangrila. The Kyoto Hotel put us in a standard room at first which we rejected, then temporarily in a double room which was smokey, the next day in a Superior room (smokey although non- smoking, and finally in a nice light Superior room, which nobody had fortunately smoked in. Was a great stay thereon, and the people were wonderful;.
Following is an extract from what I have sent to some friends.
God bless you and your family always,
On a following 3 day tour from Kyoto We traversed the country from East Coast to the Japanese Alps (Takayama, the steep thatched farmhouse village of Shirakawa-go (every name has a meaning- house constructed like hands in
prayer)- where they grew silk worms in the upper levels fed om mulberry leaves). The new 200K highway has 40 tunnels through the mountains. Then finally to Kanazawa on the coast- crabs, seafood and the Kanazawa Castle and Gardens- the best yet and magnificent autumn tints). The Shinkansen (bullet train now only takes 3 hours from West to east coast to Tokyo Yet, except for the mountains, populated all the way.. All amazing – Japanese ingenuity and technology, respect, humility and politeness. An Sydney lady from our group of 12 on this three day tour, fell and fractured her hip, requiring surgery. The immediate professional handling in the town of
Takayama was first class. Forgive the solo photo, but unjustifiably,
Voulette is a reluctant subject
Best wishes, Emil
I would like to take this time to give some feedback on the amazing work of Carly Thomas. I am currently doing my first booking with her and I am blown away by her response, and attention to detail, no matter how large or small the booking she replies instantly and is always happy to help!
Have a great weekend!
We trust this email finds you well. Recently your organised our holiday to Japan under the above reference
Everything went smoothly and we had a wonderful time . We would particularly like to give you some feedback on our accommodation
We were booked in to the Woody Hotel & Restaurant Yumekobo, Tsurui Village.
This hotel was the perfect choice for us. It was a small friendly family hotel , comfortable , perfect location . The meals were home cooked , perfectly presented and absolutely delicious . We loved everything about this hotel
For Fukushima the APA hotel was very nice but the rooms are simply not big enough for tourists with large suitcases.
Ian & Linda
So sorry, I meant to send this to you yesterday.
They have returned from their Japan holiday and sent me a report below.
All really positive. They had a great time.
They are really nice people and have definitely passed their thanks onto you.
Trust me, they knew that I was relying heavily on your judgement.
I would also like to say thank you so much for helping me with this one and giving the clients a great holiday.
Needless to say, you are “my guy” for Japan!