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Off The Track Japan is a company dedicated to helping people like you, explore the hidden gems of Japan. We’ve created an online Japan guide service, and all of our content on our website is free so anyone can read and learn about what Japan has to offer! We have everything from comprehensive guides on destinations all across Japan, to booking services for flights and accommodation, all in one place, so you don’t have to stress so much about planning your holiday – We’ve got you covered!​

Personalized Travel Plans

Want to avoid the stress of planning your trip to Japan? Well we have you covered! Our personalized travel planning service allows for you to create the holiday that you want.

Travel Guides

We want to help you out as much as possible to make sure that your trips are as stress free as possible, so if you want to have a relaxed holiday, we have some travel guides you can download to your phone and explore the attractions you want, at your own pace.

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We have several travel partners and they are all here to help you out while planning your trip to Japan. No need to go to a travel agency as we have all you need to make your bookings on our website!

Latest Destinations

view of mitsujo kofun

Mitsujo Kofun

Sitting behind the Saijo library in Higashi-Hiroshima, alongside the main road from Saijo station is the Mitsujo Kofun, a Kofun-period burial mound. The Kofun period, which lasted from about 300AD to 550AD, was known best of all for its enormous tumulus burial mounds made for its rulers, similar purpose as the pyramids in Egypt.

Izumo Taisha Worship

Izumo Taisha

Izumo Taisha is considered to be one of the most sacred shrines in Japan. Additionally, Izumo Taisha is considered to be one of the oldest shrines in Japan, as there is no accurate record of it's founding - however it is speculated to be somewhere between 300-700 A.D. Izumo Taisha offers an a cultural and historical experience to remember.

Garden at Kyoto Imperial Palace

Kyoto Imperial Palace

The Kyoto Imperial Palace once served as the home for the Japanese emperor and the Imperial family, up until the Imperial Capital was moved to Tokyo by Emperor Meiji in 1868. The Imperial Palace has been moved around the city of Kyoto a couple times as the original palace had burnt down. The current rendition was built in 1855, and was only used into the late 1860’s.

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Useful Information

Pre-Departure

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How to Use Japanese Trains

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Survival Japanese

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Frequently Asked Questions

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Renovation Notices

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