Day 1: Arrive Tokyo
Our staff will be waiting to greet you at the airport. You will be transferred to Tokyo using the Narita Express, where upon you will check into your hotel in the heart of Tokyo. You will then be given a briefing and a run down on your itinerary. After the exhausting flight to Japan, you deserve a good rest for the remainder of the day. Drop your luggage, catch a breather, adapt to the surroundings, maybe call your family and friends at home to share your excitement. In case you have not already done so, the first day is a good opportunity to exchange your currency for yen and rent a mobile/wi-fi router.
Day 2: Tokyo
Your guide will be expecting you at the lobby. Get ready to explore Tokyo. Your journey starts at the center piece of Tokyo - the Imperial Palace. Go on a walk in and around the beautiful East Gardens. We will then take a stroll along Ginza, a prosperous and lively urban center. The area is lined with renowned department stores and luxurious boutiques and restaurants, making it a highly popular shopping district. There are also impressive works of architecture that make for great pictures, such as the Kabuki-za theater. At the end of the walk you will find yourselves at Tsukiji, the largest fish market in the world. In the afternoon we will take the train to Asakusa. This is where you can see many iconic landmarks of Tokyo, including Tokyo SkyTree, the tallest building in Japan, and Senso-ji - the oldest and busiest temple in the city. At the end of the intensive day, you will return to the hotel and rest.
Day 3: Tokyo - Free Day
After Breakfast, day at leisure. Overnight stay at Hotel.
Day 4: Tokyo - Hakone Day Trip
Your guide will pick you up at the lobby. We will go on a day trip to Hakone, a picturesque lakeside region in Kanagawa Prefecture two hours away from Tokyo. Take a ride on the Romance Car - a special express train that takes you right to the center of Hakone - and breathe in the cool mountain air of the popular resort. The next thing you know, you might be taking pictures of Mt. Fuji itself. We will then take a thrilling combination of local trains, cable cars and ropeways to get up to Owakudani. We will take the ropeway down to Lake Ashi for Cuise. After that arrival at the port of Hakone-machi. We will then make a return trip to Tokyo
Day 5: Tokyo - Osaka
Time to leave for Osaka and Kyoto, the other end of the long route of Tokaido. Check out of your hotel, and go to the train station as your guide previously instructed you to. You will be riding on a shinkansen (bullet train). Upon arrival, you will check into your new hotel. As with the first day, after the exhausting journey, you will have time to unwind and explore the biggest city in West Japan at your own pace. Places of interest include, but naturally are not limited to, Umeda Sky Building, the city’s most famous skyscraper, and Namba, a popular shopping district and home to the iconic Glico Man.
Day 6: Osaka - Kyoto Tour
Your guide will greet you at the lobby. Departing Osaka in the morning, you will now experience classic Japan at ye olde capital of the country, Kyoto. As we opened the tour at the East Capital with Tokyo Imperial Palace, we will start the one at the West Capital with Nijo Castle, an impressive castle complex that used to serve as the Imperial Palace of Japan for a short period of time after the fall of the Tokugawa Shogunate. Beginning with its massive gate, the castle area features a set of moats, stone walls, and a mesmerizing traditional Japanese garden with a pond and carefully tended pine trees. Next, you will leave for Kinkaku-ji, a temple whose shimmering golden reflection on the water has become symbolic of Kyoto. Last but not least, you will visit Kiyomizu-dera, a venerated Buddhist temple which is more than a thousand years old. At the end of the day, we will take the train back to Osaka.
Day 7: Osaka Departure
One week has flown by, now it is time for goodbye. You will have free schedule to roam around Osaka at your leisure before checking out and catching your flight at the airport. Make sure you stuff those suitcases full, and take home amazing souvenirs and memorable tales to tell everyone
Tour Cancilation policy
Osaka is served by two airports outside of the city, Kansai International Airport which handles primarily international passenger flights and Osaka International Airport which handles mostly domestic services and some international cargo flights.
6 Nights / 7 Days
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