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2020 and 2021 Photography Tours of Japan

Jan 03 | Evan | Comments Off on 2020 and 2021 Photography Tours of Japan |

Hello and welcome to Japan Photo Guide!  Since 2011, I have prepared almost 40 trips to Japan leading photography tours of Japan and sometimes trips for schools to Japan or family tours of Japan. 

I typically have some group photography tours of Japan planned and available to book but also offer consulting for photography tours of Japan, partner with other photographers wanting to sell their own photography tour of Japan and create private custom tours of Japan.  Private tours of Japan are sometimes photography inspired tours of Japan but also sometimes general tours of Japan.

It’s not enough to simply go to Japan, take some photos and buy some souvenirs. It’s about having unique moments and experiences that you can’t forget. My goal isn’t to just guide you around Japan and take a few photos, but instead, to create experiences that you will always remember and always miss once your trip is over. Experiencing Japan made my life better, and my aim is that along with my guidance, experiencing Japan will change your life as well.

Contact Japan Photo Guide today to start planning your photography tour of Japan or family trip to Japan!

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2019 Autumn Photography Tour of Japan

May 26 | Evan | Comments Off on 2019 Autumn Photography Tour of Japan |

The Autumn season is my favorite time (okay tied with cherry blossom season maybe) to visit Japan and I am excited about the opportunity to offer private tours for Fall of 2019 in Japan. Japan is great all year long, but in the fall you can expect moderate temperatures, low humidity and chances of rain and of course the leaves are spectacular as they change colors!

The timing of the fall leaves changing color isn’t an exact science and we can’t always count on mother nature to be on time, but the places we plan to visit will have fantastic photo opportunities even if we are a little early or late for the leaves.  Also, I don’t think it is enough to just visit Japan, but always like to include optional cultural experiences as well.  These will be arranged depending on the preferences of the group but could be such experiences as cooking lessons in a Japanese home, tea ceremony, flower arrangement, traditional Japanese music/art, or something more along the lines of ninja/samurai experience or even visiting a master sword smith.

Another popular option is to have a portrait session with a real maiko/geiko (geiko is the commonly used term for geisha in Kyoto) while in Kyoto or some locals wearing Japanese traditional clothes like kimono or yukata.  If you have other interests or requests, please let me know as it might be possible!

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