With more than 40 years of combined experience in the travel, tourism and hospitality industries, the staff at Magnet Tours have the knowledge, expertise and relationships to offer the best choices in hotels, tours and activities at the best rates. Magnet Tours is also gay-owned and operated and is an expert in those parts of Japan that are most interesting to Gay travelers − from Tokyo’s best gay bars and clubs to the fascinating maze of Japanese pop culture found all throughout the country. Let Magnet Tours take you beyond your expectations. Experience Japan with a local.
Bump! is the world’s most popular LGBT travel and lifestyle television series, airing on LOGO in the U.S. and Out-TV in Canada.
Tokyo is one of the biggest capital cities in the world, with 30 million people packed into one beautiful place. It's a stylish and mind blowing metropolis, perfectly mixing modern luxury with centuries of tradition!
Kyoto was Japan's capital and the emperor's residence from 794 until 1868. It is now the country's seventh largest city with a population of 1.4 million people and a modern face. With 17 world heritage sites and 2000 shrines and temples, this city will keep you busy!
You can choose package according to your interests
You can create your own travel schedule by combining Tokyo/Kyoto/Activities packages as you like!
To assure our gay travelers are at ease while traveling throughout Japan, Magnet Tours has contracted with hotels that provide not only high quality accommodations and service, but are also gay friendly. We at Magnet Tours work closely with all our properties to provide education and secret shoppers to assure the highest quality of accommodation and services to our gay clientele.
"(I) loved your fingers, hands, arms, chest, cheeks, eyes, tongue and legs. I was in love with you."
This is not a sentence which a man wrote to a woman, nor did a woman write to a man.
This is not a love letter written secretly while worrying about other people’s eyes.
This sentence was part of a school report submitted by Yasunari Kawabata, a Japanese writer who received the Nobel Prize in the early 20th century.
He was 19 years old when he wrote it to express how he loved his lover, a boy student.
This report was introduced in a novel called "Shonen" written by Yasunari Kawabata.
Kawabata Yasuyari later confessed that this novel was rather a story about myself I kept it as secrets.