It had reached the point of embarrassment. The business of ‘not yet’ having visited the ‘art island’ of Naoshima. Many of my clients had made the trip and raved, or were seeking my advice on a regular basis… ‘what’s it like?’ ‘when’s the best time to go?’ ‘where should we stay?’ ‘what’s the food like?’ I could only […]
It doesn’t get much better than this. Experience the best of both worlds – blissful Kyoto and electric Tokyo on this deeply inspiring and invigorating 15 day luxury cuisine & culture tour hosted by food & travel writer Jane Lawson and fellow Japanophile Gerard Kambeck.
BOOKINGS ARE NOW CLOSED! We are sorry if you missed out but if you’d like to join us next year please pop your name on our mailing list by sending ‘Add me’ to firstname.lastname@example.org Celebrate the beauty of Kyoto in bloom & blush during this exclusive 15 day cuisine & culture tour hosted by food & […]
Ever wondered what kind of deliciousness we get upto on a Zenbu Tour? The answer is pretty much anything and everything… as long as it is great! Japanese food is so varied – from the simple to the sublime, from the traditional and true to creative contemporary. When travelling with Zenbu Tours we want to ensure […]
Zenbu Tours is offering two very special Luxury Cuisine & Culture Tours for early 2017 Hey Folks, it seems that most of our lovely clients who are interested in this tour are keen for it to happen in 2018 rather than 2017 so we’ll be postponing this tour until then – if you would like […]
I’m feeling like a farmer sans his or her favourite sheep. My lovely group and I have just finished an incredible 15 days together on the Zenbu Zen (plus) tour 2016. Alone for the first time in many months I’m enjoying the quiet of a friend’s apartment overlooking Kyoto’s handsome rooftops and humble mountain safety-rim but […]
To the west of the city’s heart lies Senbon Dori. Like most of Kyoto’s major streets it runs from one end of the city grid to the other – in this case North to South. It is the main vein of an area rarely visited by tourists – unless they happen to be passing through […]
I think that perhaps May must be the most underrated month in the Kyoto tourism calendar. The days are sunny with the temperatures oscillating between cool and warm ( very rarely hot or cold) and there is a lovely early-summer atmosphere. The air is clean and fresh with just a hint of sunscreen mingling with […]