Japonisme Virtual Tours Art and Travel Review Roundup

Picture This Post recently reviewed several virtual presentations from Japonisme, a tour service that offers in-person and virtual tours of Japan. 

Click any of the pictures for an in depth look at one of their tours.

Most tours cost ¥1800, or about $16.50, and last for 75 minutes. Tours are conducted via Zoom, and require a stable internet connection.

Times are listed in Japan Standard Time using a 24 hour clock, so be sure to correctly translate into your own timezone before booking.

For more information, visit Japonisme’s website.

Japonisme Presents SAKE BREWERY TOUR Travel Review — A Virtual Taste of Japan

Japonisme Presents TAKAYAMA VIRTUAL TOUR Travel Review — Mountainous Landscape Breeds Deep Tradition

Japonisme Presents UKIYO-E ART TOUR Review — Time Travel in Two Dimensions

Japonisme Presents KYOTO VIRTUAL TOUR Travel Review — Tradition Abound in Japan’s Old Capital


Lily LeaVesseur

About the Author: Lily LeaVesseur

Lily LeaVesseur has harbored a fondness for the arts since she was a few months old, when her parents took her on her first of many stroller rides through the halls of the Art Institute of Chicago. Even after moving to San Diego as a child, she returned many times so that she could stare down her favorite pieces, combing them over again and again for clues to their greatness.

She carried this enthusiasm like a missionary, and in high school petitioned to re-open the single Art History course on the roster so that she could study it with her friends. She loved feeling like she could unlock some sort of intangible mystery behind works of art, and looking for herself within the artists that created them.

Since then Lily has continued to explore art both analytically and creatively. She now writes poetry and non-fiction, sometimes accompanied by illustrations or watercolor, and hopes to one day collect these works into a graphic novel. When she's not writing or drawing, she can otherwise be found skating with friends, experimenting with new food combinations, and/or lying on the floor contemplating the transcendental nature of TikTok.

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