“Walking Japan: Village To Village”

This item appears on page 57 of the April 2010 issue.
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11-day/10-night tour, “easy to moderate” (two to three hours’ walking per day). Highlights: Kyoto/Mt. Koya, home to 100 monasteries/soak in a hot spring in Akame/Edo-era Nakasendo Trail/visit lacquerware artisan in Hirasawa/in Tokyo, Ginza shopping district, Meiji Shrine. Land, $4,995. Single supp., $500.

Mountain Travel Sobek (Emeryville, CA; 888/831-7526).

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11-day/10-night tour, “easy to moderate” (two to three hours’ walking per day). Highlights: Kyoto/Mt. Koya, home to 100 monasteries/soak in a hot spring in Akame/Edo-era Nakasendo Trail/visit lacquerware artisan in Hirasawa/in Tokyo, Ginza shopping district, Meiji Shrine. Land, $4,995. Single supp., $500.

Mountain Travel Sobek (Emeryville, CA; 888/831-7526).