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We love sharing our passion for travel and expert destination knowledge with our guests. Join us at one of our exclusive events to gain inspiration for your next holiday, and chat to our specialists over drinks and nibbles. Read on to find out more about our upcoming events.
Discover Japan – an evening of sushi and sake with our specialists
When? 22 August 2018
Where? Imagine Travel Lounge, Riverbank House, 1 Putney Bridge Approach, London, SW6 3JD
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Seamlessly blending past and present, Japan can feel both comfortably familiar and endlessly surprising at the same time. Join us at our offices for an evening of sushi and sake (plus beer and wine) and let our specialists provide you with an authentic insight into this unique country, with its rich culture and age-old traditions.
We'll have guest speaker, Lawrence Pryer, sharing his in-depth knowledge about Japan, followed by a Q&A with our experts and time to mingle over drinks. We'll also have an exclusive event offer for everyone who attends. Join us to delve beneath the surface of the Land of the Rising Sun.
Guest speaker: Lawrence Pryer from Inside Japan
Having developed an increasing interest in Japanese culture, traditions and food through a friend, in 2007 Lawrence embarked on a ten-day holiday to Japan. This sparked a love affair with the country, and he ended up moving to Japan a few years later, where he went on to spend the next five years teaching English. While doing this he met people from all walks of life, from school children to retirees, which gave him a fantastic insight into Japanese culture. Now he works for our local ground agent in Japan, helping to plan trips for visitors.