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Nozawa Onsen, Japan

Nozawa Onsen, Japan is the perfect destination for a combination of snowsports and culture. This expansive onsen (hot spring) town is the birthplace of Japanese ski culture and has much to offer for all skill levels. Nozawa Onsen receives over 14 metres of high-quality powder snow every season, allowing for snowsports into early May. While…

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Ancient Meets Modern – Japan

With an abundance ancient temples and shrines, flashing neon lights, kimono-clad women and towering skyscrapers – there is so much to see and do in the land of the rising sun… Students can immerse themselves in Japanese culture with cooking classes, rickshaw rides and karaoke as they make their way across thriving metropolitan cities, ancient bamboo forests…

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Land of the Rising Sun – Japan

Experience a fascinating mix of ancient temples, sacred shrines, historic monuments and shiny neon lights as you travel to Tokyo, Kyoto, Hiroshima and Osaka. Discover the all-round sensorial experience that is one of WorldStrides’ most popular destinations for history, language and art students.

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Focus on Languages

Travel to where it all began for your language of choice with a tour that puts the region’s history and culture in context. Expand your vocabulary and improve your accent as you speak the language among natives in practical settings and attend intensive classes. Be inspired to take your study further – potentially to tertiary…

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Discover Asia

Delve into the mysteries and traditions of the Far East on WorldStrides’ tours of Asia, students can experience all corners of a vast continent that’s home to a staggering 4.4 billion people. Learn first-hand about political dynasties, ideological battles, territorial power struggles and religious traditions that have evolved over thousands of years through times of…

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