Promoting sustainability

In every journey we embark on, we strive to create a positive impact on the people, economy and environment of each place we’re privileged to visit. Examples of such efforts include providing guidance on appropriate etiquette when interacting with locals or partaking in cultural activities, favoring (without compromising on safety and quality of course!) locally owned establishments that are not generally frequented by tourists to spread the economic benefits of your trip, visiting workshops rather than retail outlets so that you can make purchases directly from artisans, and incorporating walking segments in your bespoke trip to reduce our carbon footprint.

At Japan Curator, we’ve always believed that travel allows us to make a positive contribution to Japan, especially to its less visited prefectures, and we will continue to undertake tangible positive measures to sustain and revitalize the local communities that welcome us.