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Japan with EF Tours or Explorica?

I'm planning to take students to Japan next year, have done a lot of research but haven't seen much online about this tour with either EF or Explorica. Although there are other companies, these two are the most affordable for my students. Most reviews and online comments about EF/Explorica focus on Europe. Has anyone here led, chaperoned, travelled, or sent a child on a tour of Japan (or Asia) with either company? If so, I'd appreciate any thoughts you can share.

I've chaperoned a school trip to Europe before so I get the context of the comments I've seen online. I'm curious though why only about Europe. Tours cover other continents too. I'm sure positive experiences outnumber the negative ones but I'm open to hearing both.

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