The Real Japan
Travel Planning Calls
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The Real Japan
Want feedback on trip ideas you already have?
Or maybe you need help building an itinerary?
Perhaps you just want advice on the wealth of places you can experience in The Real Japan?
Then this is for you.
Feedback on your travel ideas, itinerary, or plans on a 30min Zoom or Skype call
How you can use your
Japan Travel Planning Calls
Extra benefits included after your call
What other clients are saying:
"This is fantastic. Thanks so much for all the help. You've done a lot more work than I was expecting."
Jackson Houston - Happy Client
"Incredibly valuable. I was unclear on scheduling and logistics (train, car, bus) during the trip. The service allowed me to solidify my plans and create a better vacation. Extremely useful."
Martine F - Happy Client
"Highly recommended! Rob did more work than I was expecting to be honest and that just shows not only his commitment and dedication to providing a quality service but also his passion for Japan."
Dave Patience - Happy Client
My availability is limited, therefore these calls are also limited and sessions are allocated on a first come, first served basis. There may be times when this service is unavailable due to maximum capacity of bookings.
Book your calls and I'll send you a calendar from which you choose your preferred dates and times. It's that simple.
Simple, flexible pricing options
Choose from 1, 3 or 5 call packages. Save up to 20%. Instantly add up to 5 calls to your account. Reserve yours now before prices increase.
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Each call is 30 minutes, focused on your current needs. You can instantly add up to 5 calls to your account. There is no deadline on using your calls. They do not expire. Use them whenever you want.
About Rob Dyer
A writer and publisher from England, Rob has been exploring Japan’s 6,800 islands since 2000. He specialises in travelling off the beaten track, whether on remote atolls or in the hidden streets of major cities.
He’s the founder of TheRealJapan.com.
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