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  • Golf for everyone​

    Easily make the most out of your trip as you experience top-notch facilities, excellent service, and gourmet food surrounded by rich nature and fresh air.​

  • Golf Trips in Japan​

    A unique feature of golfing in Japan is you can include various Japan experiences in one visit. Apart from its world-class golf courses, not only sightseeing and cultural experiences like sampling the finest green tea from Shizuoka Prefecture at Nikko or visit UNESCO-listed world heritages, you can also enjoy the scenic nature and explore the great outdoors. Making the most out of your golf trip has never been this exciting!​​​​

  • Enjoy a game with local attractions

    Explore local attractions or relax in an onsen after an exhilarating round of golf. Head to Kagoshima Prefecture, and tee off at the Satsuma Golf Resort with its 18-hole hill course with Mt. Shibi in sight. It has its own resort hotel where you can use as a base for short trips to explore Kagoshima's interesting sites, such as the Sogi Waterfalls, Sogi Power Plant with most of it usually submerged underwater, and more.​

  • Scenic Stay-and-Play Spots

    Experience one of Japan's world-class stay-and-play resort at Ise-Shima National Park in Mie Prefecture. Nemu Golf Club is famous for its stunning scenery as it offers the views overlooking the Ago Bay. Unwind after a 18-hole course at one of the resort's ocean-view rooms in onsen.

  • Playing a scenic game​

    Famous for majestic fairways and stunning view of Mt. Fuji, Taiheyo Club's flagship Gotemba course is a must-play course in Japan. It has been a golf icon for 44 years, regularly hosting championships like the EMC World Cup. It has been remodelled in 2018 by architect Rees Jones and has become one of the top tournament courses in the world.​​

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