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This is a story about a two-week job during the hottest days of summer in Japan, coinciding with the traditional Buddhist festival known as Obon when the entire country undergoes a massive internal migration.

We were there to provide tour support.

Our clients from Australia, accompanied by their parents and a nurse, using an electric wheelchair. They were actively exploring the Kansai area.

After catching the Shinkansen from Tokyo to Nagoya, we ventured to Hida Takayama on next day. We saw much more travellers from overseas than the local Japanese in there.

In Nagoya, we visited the iconic Nagoya Castle, the Toyota Museum, and Tokugawa Garden. Then, we made our way to Kyoto over the weekend.

However, right after that, a typhoon hit, causing a two-day delay in our Kyoto schedule. From then on, it was a busy itinerary, traveling every day from Kyoto to Kobe, Osaka, and Nara.

In Kyoto, in the super hot day, they enjoyed the bamboo groves, passed through the thousand Torii gates at Fushimi Inari, and in the evening, witnessed the annual lantern floating event and the Gozan no Okuribi.

In Kobe, they interacted with animals and admired the view from the mountaintop via a ropeway.

In Osaka, they explored Osaka Castle, took pictures with the Glico sign in Dotonbori, and tried making okonomiyaki.

In Nara, of course, they interacted with the deer and admired the Great Buddha.

On the last day in Kyoto, based on her friend’s recommendation, we visited Sanzen-in, surrounded by lush greenery.

It was a truly fulfilling journey, and we are immensely grateful for the opportunity to assist with this adventure.

Please take a look the YouTube of this remarkable journey.

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The job of making dreams come true



チェコのGolden Fishという慈善事業団体が、5歳から18歳の重病患者を対象に、「彼らの夢を叶える」ということをしているのだそう。

Recently, we had the privilege of helping fulfill a dream.

It was a 17-year-old boy from the Czech Republic in Europe, along with his wonderful mother and a tour producer. They came to us as part of a charitable organization called ‘Golden Fish’ from the Czech Republic. This organization is dedicated to granting the dreams of critically ill children between the ages of 5 and 18.




How incredible is that!

And the best part is, it’s all funded by donations.

They traveled nearly halfway around the world by plane, enjoying Tokyo for about a week. From Shibuya Crossing to Meiji Shrine, Harajuku, Skytree, and even trying Japan’s unique McDonald’s menu items.





And on the last day of this journey, his wish was to:

‘Go see cool cars gathering at Daikoku Pier.’

We went to pick them up at the ‘Henna Hotel’ in Asakusa




On that slightly overcast weekday evening, we were concerned because it didn’t seem like a time when many cars would gather. However, during their nearly two-hour stay, we circled the parking lot several times, and they were able to see quite a few impressive cars. It was heartwarming to see him so content, and both his mother and the producer were delighted.

In between, they enjoyed a delicious meal of ramen and katsu curry at a restaurant, which they had been wanting to try.

As the night fell on the way back, they also had a great time admiring the illuminations along the bay on the Rainbow Bridge, enjoying the view from inside the car.



What is your dream?

Is there something you’d like to do or try right now?