Trips to Tokyo for Art & Design Students
A place renowned for innovation, Japan is an ideal destination for students of art & design and particularly animation for those seeking to have a truly unforgettable experience. Japan’s unique culture makes it a fascinating destination for an educational tour. Tokyo is a major influence on global design and home to some of the top fashion locations such as Harajuku, Ginza and Shinjuku, where most of the major fashion brands reside. A fantastic transport system allows you to easily explore the many sights this fascinating country has to offer.
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- Return flights & overseas airport transfers
- Extensive group travel insurance
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On-tour support includes...
- Airport assistance when you arrive back at your UK airport when you book a coach transfer to take you home
Additional on-tour support available...
- Pre-booked meals at great group prices
- Pre-booked and pre-paid public transport tickets
- Services of a Local Guide
Top visits for college groups in Tokyo
Ghibli Animation Museum
Located at the southwest corner of Inokashira Park, the museum celebrates the work of the Ghibli animation studio, responsible for some of Japan's biggest ever movies, including the Oscar-winning Spirited Away. There are a variety of fun exhibits for people of all ages.
Tokugawa Art Museum
The Tokugawa Art Museum was established under the non-profit Tokugawa Reimeikai Foundation in 1935. The Museum ranks as the third oldest privately-endowed museum in Japan. It owns a large number of objects and works of art dating back to the twelfth century, including most of the existent sections of the twelfth century Illustrated Tale of Genji.
Tokyo Anime Centre
Tokyo Anime Center is located in Akihabara, Tokyo, dedicated to the art of Japanese animation. It is filled with anime information and colourful banners of anime characters hang in the windows. There is a 3D theatre, and anime goods shop. The centre hosts regular fairs and exhibitions.
Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum
Founded in 1926, the museum has been home to exhibitions of a wide variety of Japanese art organizations for over seventy years. The museum exhibits pieces by contemporary artists whose works include oil paintings, traditional-style Japanese paintings, sculptures, crafts, graphic designs, and calligraphy.
Introduction to Art & Design: The World
History & Theory of Art