Football Tours to Kyoto, Japan
Our football tours to Kyoto in Japan incorporates all of the major touristic spots as well as unique towns that meet our mantra of experiencing the real insight into a foreign land.
Second to the USA in the Women’s Football World Cup final 2015, Japan’s consistency is attributed to a nation that embraces sporting participation at a very young age, with high school students taking part in daily football training. A naturally athletic nation, taking on Japanese football teams on one of our football tours to Japan requires a high cardiovascular threshold. Expect to play for the full 90 minutes and for games to be tight. With a unique and enticing culture, it’s little wonder why so many teams are now considering a football tour to Japan as their next venture.
We also offer the opportunity to play football in other locations in Japan, or simply as place to visit. Osaka, Fukuoka, Hiroshima, Kobe, Kyoto, Toyama, Nagano, Yokohama, Hakuba and Tokyo form our operating bases where home stays are available as part of your football tour to Japan.
Seeing is believing and we invite you to travel with us to experience a very unique football tour experience in this far eastern region.
Where to stay in Japan?
Located in the heart of Old Japan, there is nowhere better suited for touring groups to experience Japanese culture under your touring roof.
Take a break from the expected in your Japanese style rooms, replete with minimalist furniture and futon bedding. Within minutes you have numerous temples, shrines and the impressive Kyoto City Zoo, not to mention the sumptuous cuisine offered at daily breakfast.
With Superior Twin, Standard Twin, and Standard Triple accommodation the Traveller’s Inn caters superbly for large groups. Free WIFI is available in the seminar room and there is also a cafe restaurant and public bath open to hotel guests.
What to do in Japan?
There is plenty to do between matches to make your school football trip to Japan a memorable and culturally vibrant occasion for your students.
- Hot Springs (Onsen)
- Osaka Castle
- Tokyo Skytree
- Sumo School!
- Visit Mt Fuji via Bullet Train
When to visit Japan?
For football trips, we recommend visiting Japan between the months of January and June, making it the perfect location for February and Easter half terms.
When it comes to Japan it’s most certainly no stranger to most of us here at MSG Tours. Check out a range of our blogs below for our personal recommendations.
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Get in touch with us to chat about how Kyoto, Japan is the ideal destination for your next school football trip or football team tour.