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Japan Golf Tour 2025

こんにちは (Kon’nichiwa) & welcome to our signature tour of Japan, taking place between 17 May – 01 June 2025. Delve into a melting pot of cultural wonders as we tour from Tokyo to Fukuoka on the main island of Honshu. This luxury tour comes packed with sightseeing and golf. You’ll be guided by our expert tour host and enjoy a local, English-speaking tour guide as we discover Japan together. This is the Land of the Rising Sun. From the bustling streets of Tokyo to the historical sites of Hiroshima, this tour promises an unforgettable adventure. This 16-day tour is the best value on the market.

Embark on seven rounds of golf at stunning locations, where you’ll witness firsthand the deep-rooted passion for golf in Japan. Enjoy the convenience of seamless luggage transfers between destinations, ensuring your clubs are ready for your next game or relaxing evening at the hotel. Our 2024 Japan Golf Tour sold out within one month, so you’d best secure your spot now for an extraordinary Golf Tour of Japan in 2025 and create lasting memories in this enchanting destination, guided by our seasoned tour host throughout.

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Tour Name Japan Golf Tour 2025
Departure Date Saturday, 17 May 2025
End Date Sunday, 01 June 2025


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  • 4 Nights at Hotel New Otani, Tokyo
  • 3 Nights at Hakone Hotel
  • 2 Nights at Granvia Hotel, Kyoto
  • 2 Nights at Rhiga Royal Hotel
  • 1 Night at Granvia Hiroshima Hotel
  • 3 Nights at Hotel New Otani, Hakata
  • Daily breakfast throughout
  • Welcome Dinner with drinks
  • Farewell Dinner with drinks
  • Lunch at each golf course (7)
  • Various hosted meals, indicated in the itinerary


Golf (Inclusive of Carts)

  • The Golf Club at Ryugasaki
  • Camellia Hills Country Club
  • Dai Hakone Golf Club
  • Kawana Hotel’s Ohsima Course
  • Golden Valley Golf Club
  • Fukuoka Century Golf Club
  • Central Fukuoka Golf Club



  • All transfers (airport, hotel, golf, sightseeing)
    • Airport transfers based on Haneda Airport Arrivals
  • Services of your tour hosts throughout
  • travel kit


Not Included in Price:

  • Items of a personal nature
  • International airfares
  • Travel insurance (contact us when booking for a quote)


Guided Tours (scheduled activity) with a professional tour guide

    • Tokyo Full Day Tour
      • Imperial Palace
      • Asakusa
      • Nakamise Street
      • Sensoji Shrine
      • Meiji Shrine
    • Hakone Full Day Tour
      • Mt Fuji 5th Station
      • Lake Ashi Cruise
      • Komagatake Ropeway
    • Kyoto Half Day Tour
      • Golden Pavilion
      • To-ji Temple
    • Kyoto Full Day Tour
      • Arashiyama
      • Bamboo Path
      • Tenryuji Temple
      • Kiyomizudera Temple
      • Sannen Zaka Street
      • Gion
    • Nara Half Day Tour
      • Todji Temple
      • Nara Park (wild deer)
      • Kasuga Taisha
      • Osaka Castle
    • Hiroshima Full Day Tour
      • Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park
      • Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum
      • Hiroshima Atomic Bomb Dorm
    • Fukuoka Full Day Tour
      • Dazaifu Tenmangu Shrine
      • Hakata Machiya
      • Fukuoka Tower

It must be mentioned that golf in Japan is considered an all-day affair. The front nine is usually normally played in the morning with an hour’s break for lunch. The back nine is commenced after lunch with particular focus attributed to the midday meal.


Where meals are included in the tour, the venue will be revealed each morning.


The timings are indicative and will be updated prior to departure.


Where group movements between hotels occurs, luggage will be securely trucked to the next destination separately from the group. We advise taking a day pack with your essentials because your luggage will not be accessible until we reach the hotel.


Day 1 – Arrivals


The time has come for your ultimate Japanese adventure. On arrival, you’ll be escorted to Hotel New Otani (based on arrivals into Haneda Airport. Narita airport arrivals will incur extra transfer fees due to extra distance from the airport to Tokyo).

This evening is free to spend at your leisure. We keep this night free to ensure everyone arrives on time for the welcome dinner.


Day 2  – Golf Day

Today we launch right into a warm-up round of golf at the Club at Ryugasaki. Golf in Japan is an intriguing all-day affair, with no afternoon tee-times due to the elongated length of time you’ll spend at the venue. The Japanese are very punctual people, and focus on spending time at a golf club to make every second count. Lunch between nines is over an hour long, so sit back, relax and enjoy life done in a different format.


This evening is our official welcome dinner you’ll enjoy a traditional Japanese specialty: Shabu Shabu, which is where a meal is cooked in a hot pot, bursting with flavours. Tonight is a great time to meet everyone over a casual meal, and we’ll have a speech to welcome you to Japan and explain how things will run.


Day 3 – Tokyo Full Day Tour

After breakfast at your leisure, make sure you pack a camera as today is our first official sightseeing day. We’ll load onto our private coach with a tour guide to explore Tokyo, one of the most densley populated regions on earth. This tour will visit:

  • The Imperial Palace
  • Asakusa
  • Nakamisse Street, Sensoji Shrine
  • Meiji Shrine
  • Omotesando Street

The evening is free to spend at your leisure.


Day 4 – Golf Day

Today we play one of the most scenic golf courses on our itinerary: Camellia Hills Country Club. We’ll enjoy breakfast at the club as we prepare for the day ahead. This beautiful parkland golf course features plenty of forests, bunkers, water hazards and tough greens. One particular thing to note are the flowers you’ll encounter – be sure to pack a camera!

The evening is free to spend at your leisure.


Day 5 – Full Day Tour

After breakfast at your leisure, we’ll take a private transfer and start a full-day tour of the following locations:

  • Mt Fuji’s 5th Station
  • Homagatake Ropeway
  • Lake Ashi Cruise

Included meals are breakfast, lunch and dinner. As always, take your camera & enjoy the ride as our expert tour guide will explain the places we visit and provide an insight into this ancient, yet modern culture.

After a full day seeing the sights, we’ll transfer to the Sengokuhara Prince Hotel for three nights.


Day 6 – Golf Day

Today we’ve got a round of golf scheduled at Dai Hakone Country Club at Kanagawa. This is one of the best golf courses on our itinerary. Surrounded by the beautiful Sengoku Hills, this parkland course has been landscaped to amazing standards. Designed by Komyo Otani, this course opened in 1954 and has hosted various national tournaments. This is a championship golf course. The signature hole is the 17th, known as the “Lotus Flower” due to its incredible green surrounded by tricky bunkers.

We’re lucky to be staying at the resort onsite, so after golf you can relax, enjoy an onsen and an evening free at your leisure.


Day 7 – Golf Day

This morning we’ll transfer to Shizuoka for a round of golf at the famous Kawana Hotel’s Oshima Course. This is a fantastic seaside parkland course that plays at some elevation on the Izu Peninsula, south of Tokyo. Enjoy the transfer out as it’s a beautiful drive south from Sengokuraha. The Kawana Hotel opened in 1928 and has become one of Japan’s most well-known golf destinations.

After golf, we’ll return to the Prince Hotel for one more night free to spend at your leisure.


Day 8 – Kyoto Half-day Tour

After two days of golf, it’s time for some more sightseeing. We’ll pack up & take a private coach to Odawara Station, before hopping on a Bullet Train to Kyoto which was once the capital city of Japan. We’ll enjoy a half-day tour this afternoon. The highlights of today include:

  • Odawara Station
  • Bullet Train
  • Golden Pavilion
  • To-Ji Temple

After our sightseeing day, we’ll check into the Granvia Hotel for two nights.


Day 9 – Full Day Tour

After breakfast at your leisure, we’ll don our cameras and head out for a full-day tour of Kyoto, one of the most spectacular cities in the world, known for its ancient traditions and beautiful architecture. We’ll visit:

  • Arashiyama, Bamboo Path
  • Tenryuji Temple
  • Kiyomizudera Temple, Sannen Zaka Street
  • Gion

After our tour, the evening is free to spend at your leisure. Perhaps you’ll join the tour leaders as we find a local Ramen or Gyoza restaurant?


Day 10 – Half Day Tour

After breakfast at your leisure, we’ll check-out and take a private coach to Nara, where you’ll come face to face with wild deer and see some of the most important sites, including:

  • Todaiji Temple (Wild Deer)
  • Kasuga Taisha
  • Osaka Castle

After sightseeing, we’ll transfer right to Rihga Royal in Osaka for two nights. Included in the tour is dinner at a local restaurant where you can take your pick of the best menu items from a buffet exclusively for ourselves.


Day 11, Thursday 11 April – Golf Day

For our next round of golf, we’re heading to Golden Valley Golf Club at Hyogo, which was designed by Robert Trent Jones Jr in the 1980s. The golf course was carved from a pine forest with plenty of amazing scenery to enjoy. This is a long golf course presenting plenty of challenges, but it is also one of the most spectacular with streams, lakes and hills incorporated into the design.

After golf, we’ll head back to the hotel and enjoy an evening spent at your leisure.


Day 12 – Travel & Tour Day

Today, we’ll enjoy a fun day of sightseeing as we travel from Osaka to Hiroshima. The weather gradually gets warmer as we head to more tropical areas further south on the main island of Honshu. Today’s sites include;

  • Bullet Train – Osaka – Hiroshima
  • Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park
  • Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum
  • Hiroshima Atomic Bomb Dorm

We can guarantee this will be one of the most memorable days on tour. Afterwards, we check into Hotel Granvia Hiroshima for one night.


Day 13 – Travel & Tour Day

There is so much to discover in this wonderful country, our sightseeing barely scratches the surface. Today, we’ll travel from Hiroshima to Fukuoka, enjoying the following:

  • Dazaifu Tenmangu Shrine
  • Hakata Machiya
  • Fukuoka Tower

On arrival in Fukuoka, we’ll transfer directly to Hotel New Otani Hakata for three nights. This evening is free to spend at your leisure but there is always an open invitation to join your hosts at a local restaurant.


Day 14  – Golf

For our second last round of golf, we’ll visit Fukuoka Century Golf Club, which is a beautiful course designed with flowers and trees as a central pillar of course construction. This golf course is located on a flat stretch of land beside a set of hills, but it requires the use of every club in your bag.

After golf, the evening is free to spend at your leisure in Hakata, which is not far from Fukuoka’s main town area.


Day 15, Golf

For our final round of golf, we head to Central Fukuoka Golf Club, which is situated over rolling hills which are characteristic of Japan’s topography. This parkland course was designed to blend harmoniously with native cedars and cherry trees. This is a golf course that everyone can enjoy, no matter your handicap.

After golf, we’ll head back to the hotel to freshen up before our final Farewell Dinner at  a local restaurant. This is where we’ll say our goodbyes, enjoying a final meal to remember the good times before we all head off around the world, returning home after a wonderful few weeks spent in Japan!


Day 16, Tuesday 16 April – Departures

After breakfast at your leisure, you’ll be transferred to Fukuoka Airport for your departure home. An alternative option is to get a Shinkansen bullet train back to Tokyo (5 hrs).


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If you are arranging extra travel pre/post, we can help! Our team specialises in custom trips and we’d be happy to provide extra travel services for your holiday.


The Golf Club at Ryugasaki

Ryugasaki Golf Club, located in Ryugasaki, Ibaraki, Japan, is a prestigious 18-hole par 72 golf course designed by renowned golf course planner Sei-ichi Inoue. Established in 1958, it is ranked among the top-class golf courses in Japan and has hosted national tournaments like the Japan Open Golf Tournament. The course features meticulously maintained fairways, challenging bunkers, and a picturesque setting with variform pine trees reminiscent of a Japanese ink-brush painting. With a length of 6679 yards, the course offers a challenging yet rewarding experience for golfers of all levels.


Camellia Hills Country Club

Camellia Hills Country Club, situated in the scenic region of Yamanashi, Japan, is a premier golf destination renowned for its exquisite beauty and challenging layout. Designed by the esteemed golf course architect Robert Trent Jones Jr., this 18-hole championship course offers a par 72 experience that seamlessly integrates with the natural landscape. Established in 1992, Camellia Hills has garnered acclaim for its strategic bunkering, undulating fairways, and stunning views of Mount Fuji. The course spans 7012 yards, providing a test for golfers of all abilities.


Kawana Hotel’s Oshima Course

The Oshima Course at Kawana Hotel Golf Course, located in Ito-shi, Shizuoka, Japan, offers a unique golfing experience against the stunning backdrop of the Pacific Ocean. Designed in 1928 by Mitsuaki Otani, a pioneer in Japanese golf design, this course spans 5711 yards with a par of 70. Known for its classic design featuring tight fairways and dramatic views, it provides a challenging yet picturesque round of golf. The course’s self-play style with GPS-equipped golf carts enhances the experience for players. With its rich history and breathtaking setting, the Oshima Course at Kawana Hotel Golf Course is a must-visit destination for golf enthusiasts.


Dai Hakone Country Club

Dai Hakone Country Club, nestled in the captivating Sengokuhara plain against the backdrop of the majestic outer rim of Hakone Crater in Kanagawa, Japan, is a golfing gem offering an exceptional experience. This 18-hole course spans 7,289 yards and presents a par 73 challenge for golfers. Each hole is meticulously crafted with unique landscaping, showcasing the course’s individuality. Noteworthy is hole No.17, known as the “Lotus flower,” a challenging spot surrounded by tricky bunkers. The club hosts the CAT Ladies Pro Golf Tournament annually, attracting top female players and enthusiastic spectators.


Golden Valley Golf Club

Golden Valley Golf Club, located in Nishiwaki, Hyogo, is a renowned golf destination known for its challenging layout and scenic beauty. Designed by Robert Trent Jones Jr., the course spans 7,275 yards, equivalent in length to Augusta National, offering a test for golfers of all levels. The course features single greens, a unique feature in Japan at the time of its establishment in 1987. Surrounded by pines, mountain maples, and cherry trees, the course provides a picturesque setting with three major waterways adding to its challenge. With narrow fairways and stunning mountain and lake views, Golden Valley Golf Club offers a premier golfing experience.


Fukuoka Century Golf Club

Fukuoka Century Golf Club, situated in the lush green area of Asakura, Fukuoka, Japan, is a picturesque golf course designed with a motif inspired by flowers and trees. This beautiful course offers a serene setting for golfers to enjoy a round of golf amidst nature’s beauty.


Central Fukuoka Golf Club

Central Fukuoka Golf Club, located in Yamae, Chikushino-shi, Fukuoka, Japan, offers a unique golfing experience in a picturesque setting. The course is known for its meticulously designed 18 holes that make the most of the natural landscape, preserving original cedar and cherry blossom trees. With a focus on challenging yet enjoyable play, the course provides a test for golfers of all levels. The club’s facilities include a pro shop, restaurant, and well-maintained greens, ensuring a complete golfing experience for visitors.

  • This Tour stays in a mix of four and five-star hotels
  • Breakfast is included at each hotel
  • If you have reward points at any hotel chain, please let us know your membership status and number when booking the tour.
  • It’s important to note that in Japan, it is customary for couples to share a room but have individual beds. All beds on this tour are sold as ‘twin-share’, with double beds being scarce. This is the norm for Japan and we trust that by joining this tour, you can enjoy the wisdom of the Japanese with this custom.

Enjoy during these comprehensive tours of Japan’s most popular attractions and some lesser-known gems:


Guided Tours (scheduled activity) with a professional tour guide

Tokyo Full Day Tour

    • Imperial Palace
    • Asakusa
    • Nakamise Street
    • Sensoji Shrine
    • Meiji Shrine

Hakone Full Day Tour

    • Mt Fuji 5th Station
    • Lake Ashi Cruise
    • Komagatake Ropeway

Kyoto Half Day Tour

    • Golden Pavilion
    • To-ji Temple

Kyoto Full Day Tour

    • Arashiyama
    • Bamboo Path
    • Tenryuji Temple
    • Kiyomizudera Temple
    • Sannen Zaka Street
    • Gion

Nara Half Day Tour

    • Todji Temple
    • Nara Park (wild deer)
    • Kasuga Taisha
    • Osaka Castle

Hiroshima Full Day Tour

    • Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park
    • Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum
    • Hiroshima Atomic Bomb Dorm

Fukuoka Full Day Tour

    • Dazaifu Tenmangu Shrine
    • Hakata Machiya
    • Fukuoka Tower

All transport will be via private coach or bullet train. On select days, our luggage will be trucked ahead to be waiting for us at each hotel.

Tour Costs – 15 Nights, 16 days:




Double Occupancy Single Occupancy

Per Person


Golfer: $ 15,598

Non-Golfer: $ 12,499

$ 18,898



  • The prices listed above are Per Person
  • Prices are listed in AUD
  • Payments can be made in the following currencies: AUD, USD, GBP, NZD, EUR, CAD
  • This tour is subject to our standard terms and conditions, viewable here.
  • Payments in a foreign currency (other than the listed currency above) will be converted at the daily exchange rate when making your booking.
  • All golf courses and hotels are subject to change.



  • We require a 25% deposit due to confirm your place
  • A stage payment of 25% is due 31 July 2024
  • The balance is due 30 November 2024
  • You can also elect to pay in full at time of booking


How to Book:

  • If you are ready to book, submit the tour booking form here.
  • If you still have some questions, reach out to us here.
    • Either way, one of our friendly team will be in contact as soon as you reach out to us and we’ll be happy to help assist with all of your questions.
  • Once the booking form is complete, our team will be in touch with an official confirmation in writing, as well as your invoices according to the payment plan above. Once the deposit is paid, your position is guaranteed and we can work on any pre/post trip requirements you might have.



Flights & Travel Insurance

  • Need a quote for flights? Our team books & tickets flights in-house
  • Need a travel insurance quote? Our team provides policies in-houses
    • Simply request the above services when enquiring or submitting the tour form and we’ll be happy to help!
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Frequently Asked Questions

To proceed with booking, we will require some basic details for each traveller:

  • Names of each traveller as per I.D.
  • Email & phone number of each traveller
  • The mailing address of the person paying

We will then send a confirmation and invoice for the travel packages. All our bank details and payment methods will be supplied.


Your booking is confirmed only once you receive an invoice from us and payment is made by the due date.



Payments can be made by bank transfer or credit card in the following currencies (USD, GBP, AUD, NZD, CAD, EUR). If paying with credit card, merchant surcharges apply.


International payments or payments via Telegraphic Transfer must include A$25 for our bank charges. Bank charges from your bank must be borne by you. If charges are taken from the amount due, we will invoice for the difference amount between the amount owing and the amount we receive.

Of course you can. Our tours are specifically designed so non-golfing partners enjoy the trip as much as their golfing partners. Our hotels are always central to towns and popular activities. We also create non-golfer itineraries that are crafted with the interests of the non-golfers in mind and that means we consult with you before we book any non-golfer activity.

No, our golf tours are accepting of all golfers. Depending on the destination, some golf courses require you to have a certain handicap, and this will be expressed prior to any booking confirmation. Otherwise, you are welcome to join our golf tour as they are always inclusive.

Escorted golf tours are one of the most enjoyable types of holidays. Our groups are small and everyone gets to know each other on a first-name basis early-on in the tour. 


On a golf day, breakfast is usually taken between 6:30 - 08.30, and our first tee-times are usually mid-morning. This allows for the early risers and late-goers to enjoy a two-hour period for breakfast. We like to keep the afternoons free for sightseeing, resort relaxation, shopping or general downtime. We usually restrict each day to having one activity, whether it's a half-day tour or round of golf, it's usually quite relaxed.


Apart from the welcome dinner and farewell dinner, we usually keep evenings free to enjoy whichever destination you are in. If you are travelling by yourself, the tour leaders have an open invitation to dine with them; if this is the case, you're in for a real treat as the tour leaders know where to go for the best meals. We always stay in destinations where local restaurants are either a short walk or short transfer away, so there are plenty of options to dine.

Over the decades, our tours average the following guest ratio: 70% couples, 30% singles. Our tours are comprised on average of 55% male and 45% female. One fact we are proud of is that our tours enjoy an average of 70% or higher repeat guest rate.

Absolutely. We are firm believers in travelling safely and with transparency. See our full list of accreditation here.


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We are very transparent with our pricing. The easiest way to compare costs is to take the tour cost and divide it by the number of nights on the tour. Then, compare this per-night rate with other operators' tours. You'll find that some operators use the number of days to inflate numbers but the industry uses the nightly rate as the correct basis.


If you are trying to compare two tours, do the above equation and compare other factors including:

  • Number of people (big tours mean less per person costs, but travelling as part of a large group isn't always as fun)
  • Included activities
  • Quality of golf courses on the tour
  • Location of Hotels & quality of Hotels (are they near restaurants or do you have to catch a taxi to the closest restaurant?) has market-leading prices due to our long-established relationships with suppliers. We go out of the way to secure the best deals for our tours to bring costs down but also provide a sensational experience to maximise comfort and enjoyment for all participants. If you have any doubts or are comparing the costs between operators, feel free to let us know and we'll talk you through it.


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