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Office Hours: Monday – Friday 10AM – 6PM PST. We are closed weekends and holidays.

1487 W. 178th St., Suite 300
Gardena, CA 90248

You may contact us through our contact page, email us at go@popjapantravel.com, or call us at (310) 817-8010 x111.


POP JAPAN TRAVEL is the original and premiere provider of pop culture themed tours of Japan.

Since 2003, PJT has operated countless group tours and custom tours with themes focused on Japanese anime, manga, video games, music, fashion (to name a few) – all at an affordable price. Pop Japan Travel tours offer a careful balance of the hyper-modern world of J-pop culture and the rich traditions of ancient Japan. Additionally, PJT is the ONLY tour agency to provide exclusive experiences such as visits to anime and game studios, meetings with manga artists or designers, and classes at an actual manga school. On every group tour, a friendly, accommodating, knowledgeable, and bilingual guide will make sure your experience in Japan is everything you could ever hope it would be, and more.

To make sure your trip runs smoothly, we work with some of Japan’s most prestigious travel agencies, including IACE Travel, Kintentsu, and JTB, to make sure no detail is overlooked.

If you’re looking for a tour to Japan that’s more than just sightseeing – one that lets you experience a unique side of Japan – then Pop Japan Travel is exactly what you’re looking for.


DIGITAL MANGA, INC. (DMI) specializes in building corporate and cultural bridges from Japan to the Western Hemisphere, specifically through the licensing, importation, and preparation of anime (Japanese animation), manga (Japanese comic books), and related merchandise in this capacity. DMI serves as a catalyst for the expansion of Japanese-culture institutions into global arenas.

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