KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 10 -- VistaJet, the first and only global private aviation company has unveiled one-of-a-kind Japanese adventure as part of VistaJet World, a comprehensive portfolio of unique multi-stop travel experiences across the world.
Holidaymakers across Asia will take to the skies for the Chinese New Year this month, and Japan is proving to be one of the most popular destinations this year, according to a statement.
“We have seen double-digit year-on-year growth in both the China and Japan markets in the third quarter of 2019, which is one of the reasons VistaJet World is bringing customers this ultimate bespoke Japanese experience for Chinese New Year holidaymakers,” said VistaJet chief commercial officer, Ian Moore.
From discovering the secrets of Sumo in Tokyo, to the serenity of rural Karuizawa, the geisha culture of Kyoto and the country traditions of Oita, VistaJet’s uniquely tailored itinerary of Japan’s most exclusive and authentic experiences promises to restore mind, body and soul.
In Tokyo, customers can learn the ways of the Samurai by taking a sword-fighting lesson with Kill Bill choreographer, Tetsuro Shimaguchi, while food lovers can visit Tokyo’s Tsukiji Fish Market guided by a local master chef to sample some of Japan’s finest delicacies.
Besides Karuizawa’s serenity, VistaJet customers are welcome to Shishi-iwa House, a boutique hotel designed by Pritzker prize-winning architect Shigeru Ban as it prepares specially tailored service at its newly opened restorative sanctuary.
“VistaJet Members are not only guaranteed aircraft availability during the peak travel season, and simply only pay for the hours they fly, but also enjoy unparalleled access to some of the world’s most incredible personalised experiences accompanied by VistaJet’s above-and-beyond service,” said Moore.
More details at https://www.vistajet.com/privateoffice.