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Kyoto Garden Tour still has spots open

  http://www.rothteien.com

Last Updated: 7/17/2007

Journal of Japanese Gardening (JOJG)still has some spots left on its 2007 walking tour of Kyoto. Embark on an intimate journey into the heart of Japanese culture. Wander through back streets, visit stunning home gardens, and enjoy authentic cuisine. Experience the real Japan that few tourists ever see - its people, traditions, arts and timeles beauty... all in the company of like-minded friends and guides. This is the magical experience you've been dreaming about.

Trip cost: $3,950
Cost includes: accomodations at a Kyoto hotel. First night's stay at Osaka airport hotel. Breakfast and one meal per day at a ryokan or garden restaurant. In country travel by public transport, taxi an dwalking. Admission fees to 20 high quality gardens and other sites. Day trips to Fushimi, Nara, Fukui and Ohara. Daily cultural activities include visits to calligrapher's studio, ikebana and kimono lessons, tea ceremony and visit to Junji Kagata's bamboo warehouse. Lectures. Travel advice and logistical assistance for post-tour travel to Japan.

For more information:
Sukiya Living (JOJG)
P.O. Box 1050
Rockport, ME 04856
USA
207-273-2907
Fax: 207-273-2907
http://www.rothteien.com





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