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1 Beautiful Japan | 08 Nights / 09 Days|
Tokyo – Hakone – Takayama – Kanazawa – Kyoto
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2 Glimpses of Japan | 13 Nights / 14 Days|
Tokyo – Hakone – Takayama – Kanazawa – Kyoto – Kansai
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3 Essence of Japan | 08 Nights / 09 Days |
Tokyo – Hakone – Kyoto
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4 Excursion of Tokyo & Kyoto | 05 Nights / 06 Days |
Tokyo – Kyoto
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5 Highlights of Japan | 07 Nights / 08 Days|
Tokyo – Hakone – Takayama – Kanazawa – Kyoto – Kansai
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6 Tokyo & Hakone Tour | 05 Nights / 06 Days |
Tokyo – Hakone – Tokyo
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7 Kyoto, Nara & Osaka Tour | 05 Nights / 06 Days |
Kyoto – Osaka – Nara
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8 The Golden Route Japan Tour | 06 Nights / 07 Days |
Tokyo – Hakone – Kyoto – Nara
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9 Tokyo Anime Tour | 06 Nights / 07 Days |
Tokyo
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10 Nagano, Matsumoto, Takayama, Shirakawago & Kanazawa Tour | 05 Nights / 06 Days |
Nagano – Yamanouchi – Matsumoto – Takayama – Shirakawago – Kanazawa
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11 Best of Japan Tour | 09 Nights / 10 Days |
Tokyo – Hakone – Kyoto – Nara – Hiroshima – Tokyo
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12 Himeji, Okayama, Kurashiki, Matsue, Izumo & Hiroshima Tour | 06 Nights / 07 Days |
Himeji – Okayama – Kurashiki – Yasugi – Matsue – Izumo – Hiroshima
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13 Japan Popular Cities & Art Omakase Tour | 10 Nights / 11 Days |
Tokyo – Hakone – Himeji – Okayama – Naoshima or Takamatsu – Hiroshima – Kyoto – Nara – Tokyo
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14 The Golden Triangle of Japan Tour | 11 Nights / 12 Days |
Tokyo – Hakone – Takayama – Shirakawago – Kanazawa – Kyoto – Nara
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15 Japan Cherry Blossom Tour | 13 Nights / 14 Days |
Tokyo – Hakone – Takayama – Shirakawago – Kanazawa – Himeji – Hiroshima – Kyoto – Nara
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16 Classic Japan Tour | 13 Nights / 14 Days |
Tokyo – Kanazawa – Shirakawago – Takayama – Hiroshima – Kyoto – Nara – Atami – Hakone – Tokyo
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17 Japan Art & Architecture Tour | 14 Nights / 15 Days |
Tokyo – Hakone – Naoshima – Kyoto – Koka – Nara – Kanazawa – Tokyo
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18 Japanese Art, Garden & Culture Tour | 23 Nights / 24 Days |
Tokyo – Hakone – Takayama – Shirakawago – Kanazawa – Himeji – Okayama – Kurashiki – Takamatsu – Naoshima – Yasugi – Matsue – Hiroshima – Kyoto – Koyasan – Osaka – Nara
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19 The Golden Triangle with Snow Monkey | 13 Nights / 14 Days |
Tokyo – Yamanouchi – Matsumoto – Takayama – Shirakawago – Kanazawa – Kyoto – Nara – Atami – Hakone – Tokyo
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20 The Golden Triangle with Nakasendo Trail | 13 Nights / 14 Days |
Tokyo – Matsumoto – Nakasendo Trail – Takayama – Shirakawago – Kanazawa – Kyoto – Nara
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PROGRAM – 1
Beautiful Japan | 08 Nights / 09 Days
Tokyo – Hakone – Takayama – Kanazawa – Kyoto

Day 1 Arrive Tokyo
Arrive at Narita airport meet, assist and transfer to Tokyo. Overnight at hotel.

Day 2 Tokyo.
After Breakfast, visit Tokyo Tower , Imperial Palace Plaza, Sensoji Temple /Nakamise Shopping Street, Drive by Ueno and Akihabara.
Overnight at hotel.

Day 03: Tokyo – Kamakura – Tokyo
After Breakfast, Green Tea Experience walk to Hokoku-ji Temple. After the tour transfer for lunch Buddhist Vegetarian Cuisine. After lunch transfer by coach to Kotoku-in Temple, Enoshima The Tour will will end upon arrival at Ginza/Shinjuku.
Overnight at hotel.

DAY 04: Tokyo – Mt. Fuji – Hakone
After Breakfast, Hamamatsucho Bus Terminal is the gathering point for all SIC departure and Visit Mt.Fuji 5th Station. After Lunch transfer by coach to Kojiri ship Lake Ashi Cruise, Hakone-en to Mt Komagatake by Ropeway. Overnight at hotel.

Day 05: Hakone – Takayama
After Breakfast, Transfer by reserved taxi to Odawara station to board bullet train to Nagoya stationKodama/140minUpon arrival Nagoya station by Limited express Hida 150 min to Takayama Station and walk toYatai Kaikan Hall ,Kusakabe Folk Museum, Kami Sannomachi Town. Overnight at hotel.

Day 06: Takayama – Shirakawago – Kanazawa
After Breakfast, Proceed to Takayama Morning Market and by coach to Shirakawa-go. Shirakawa-go Observatory / Wada Residence Japanese-Style Lunch. After lunch transfer by coach to Hotel Kanazawa. Overnight at hotel.

Day 07: Kanazawa – Kyoto
After Breakfast, Transfer by coach to Nagamachi Samurai District /Former Samurai Residence. By coach to Kenrokuen Garden, Higashi-chaya District , Hakuza Gold leaf shopTransfer by coach to Kanazawa Station to take Limited Express Thunderbird train 145min to Kyoto StationUpon arrival Kyoto station by reserved taxi to Hotel. Overnight at hotel

Day 08: Kyoto
After Breakfast, Proceed to transfer by coach to Nijo Castle, Kinkakuji Temple Golden Pavilion, Kyoto Imperial Palace visiting except on Mondays, Kitano-tenmangu Shrine visiting on Mondays Japanese/Western Buffet Lunch Transfer by coach to Heian Jingu Shrine, Sanjusangendo Temple. Overnight at hotel.

Day 09: Depart Kyoto
Departure transfer to onward destination.

Tour Ends

Includes
– Meet assist at the airport and hotels
– 08 nights accommodation as per the program.
– Daily cooked breakfast in Hotel’s restaurant, in case of no restaurant at hotel/ motel, Continental breakfast will be served in your room a day prior.
– Bullet train Ticket Odawara Station to Kyoto Station.
– Train Tickets for Tokyo – Mt.Fuji, Hakone – Takayama and Kanazawa – Kyoto.
– English speaking guide.
– Tokyo Tower, Imperial Palace Plaza and Sensoji Temple.
– Yatai Kaikan Hall, Kusakabe Folk Museum and Kami Sannomachi.
– Kenrokuen Garden and Higashi-chaya District.
– Heian Jingu Shrine, Sanjusangendo Temple and Kiyomizu temple.
– All transfers and tours as mentioned in the itinerary.
– All taxes.

Excludes
– Personal Expenses.
– Camera / Video Camera Fees.
– Air Ticket: Bechar – Algiers.
– Medical Aid.
– Tips.
– Travel Insurance.
– Visa If any.

 

Hotels

City Nights 5*Hotels
Tokyo 03 Keio Plaza Hotel
Hakone 01 Yumoto Fujiya Hotel
Takayama 01 Hida Hotel Plaza
Kanazawa 01 Kanazawa Tokyu Hotel
Kyoto 02 Nikko Princess Kyoto

 

Private Tour Price Per Person
02 Pax USD 3000 PP
Single Supplement USD 900 Per SGL

 

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PROGRAM – 2
Glimpses of Japan | 13 Nights / 14 Days
Tokyo – Hakone – Takayama – Kanazawa – Kyoto – Kansai

DAY 01: Arrive Tokyo – – – By Flight
Arrival Narita International Airport and transfer to Hotel. Meet assist and transfer to you at the custom exit in boarding reserved taxi by himself to the Hotel. Overnight at hotel.

DAY 02: Tokyo
After Breakfast, visit Tokyo Tower , Imperial Palace Plaza, Sensoji Temple /Nakamise Shopping Street, Drive by Ueno and Akihabara.
Overnight at hotel.

DAY 03: Tokyo – Kamakura Kamakura – Tokyo B – – By Road
By Road 68 kms / 01 hrs 16 min appx. 68 kms / 01 hrs 16 min appx.

After Breakfast, visit Jomyo-ji Temple, Green Tea Experience walk to Hokoku-ji Temple. After the tour transfer for lunch Buddhist Vegetarian Cuisine. After lunch transfer by coach to Kotoku-in Temple, Enoshima.
Overnight at hotel.

DAY 04: Tokyo – Nikko Nikko – Tokyo B – – By Road By Road 150 kms / 02 hrs 10 min appx. 150 kms / 02 hrs 10 min appx.
After Breakfast, Visit Nikko Toshogu Shrine Japanese Style.
After lunch transfer by coach to visit Lake Chuzenji and Kegon falls.
Overnight at hotel.

DAY 05:Tokyo
After Breakfast, Proceed to Free day for own Leisure.
Overnight at hotel.

DAY 06:Tokyo – Mt.Fuji Mt.Fuji – Hakone B – – By Train By Road 60 kms / 01 hrs 35 min appx.
After Breakfast, Visit Mt.Fuji 5th Station. After Lunch transfer by coach to Kojiri ship Lake Ashi Cruise, Hakone-en to Mt Komagatake by Ropeway. Overnight at hotel.

DAY 07: Hakone – Takayama B – – By Train
After Breakfast, Transfer by reserved taxi to Odawara station to board bullet train to Nagoya stationKodama/140minUpon arrival Nagoya station by Limited express Hida 150 min to Takayama Station and walk toYatai Kaikan Hall ,Kusakabe Folk Museum, Kami Sannomachi Town. Overnight at hotel.

DAY 08:Takayama – Shirakawago Shirakawago – Kanazawa B – – By Road By Road 50 kms / 50 min appx. 50 kms / 50 min appx.
After Breakfast, Proceed to Takayama Morning Market and by coach to Shirakawa-go. Shirakawa-go Observatory / Wada Residence Japanese-Style Lunch. After lunch transfer by coach to Hotel Kanazawa. Overnight at hotel.

DAY 09: Kanazawa – Kyoto B – – By Train
After Breakfast, Transfer by coach to Nagamachi Samurai District /Former Samurai Residence. By coach to Kenrokuen Garden, Higashi-chaya District , Hakuza Gold leaf shopTransfer by coach to Kanazawa Station to take Limited Express Thunderbird train 145min to Kyoto StationUpon arrival Kyoto station by reserved taxi to Hotel. Overnight at hotel.

DAY 10: Kyoto
After Breakfast, Proceed to transfer by coach to Nijo Castle, Kinkakuji Temple Golden Pavilion, Kyoto Imperial Palace visiting except on Mondays, Kitano-tenmangu Shrine visiting on Mondays Japanese/Western Buffet Lunch Transfer by coach to Heian Jingu Shrine, Sanjusangendo Temple, Kiyomizu temple. Overnight at hotel.

DAY 11:Kyoto – Hiroshima Hiroshima – Kyoto B – – By Train By Train.
After Breakfast, Transfer by reserved taxi to New Miyako Hotel Is the gathering point for all SIC Departure and walk to Kyoto Station Board Bullet train Nozomi or Hikari/110-125 min to Hiroshima Station. Upon arrival Hiroshima station by coach to Miyajimaguchi ship Miyajima Island, Itsukushima Shrine and Enjoy lunch on your own. By ship to Miyajimaguchi transfer by coach to Hiroshima Peace and Memorial Park /Museum, Atomic Bomb Dome. After the tour transfer to Hiroshima Station to Nozomi or Hikari/110-125 min Board Bullet train to Kyoto Station Upon arrival Kyoto station by reserved taxi to Hotel. Overnight at hotel.

DAY 12: Kyoto
After Breakfast, Proceed to Free day for own Leisure. Overnight at hotel.

DAY 13:Kyoto
After Breakfast, Proceed to Free day for own Leisure. Overnight at hotel.

DAY 14:Kyoto – Kansai Depart Kansai B – – By Road By Flight 78 kms / 01 hrs 10 min appx.
Departure transfer to onward destination.

Tour Ends

Includes
– Meeting and assistance by our representative.
– 13 nights accommodation as per the program.
– Daily breakfast at the hotels.
– Entrance fees to monuments.
– English speaking guide.
– Bullet train Ticket Odawara Station to Kyoto Station.
– Train Tickets for Tokyo – Mt.Fuji, Hakone – Takayama, Kanazawa – Kyoto, Kyoto – Hiroshima and Hiroshima – Kyoto.
– Tokyo Tower, Imperial Palace Plaza and Sensoji Temple.
– Lake Chuzenji and Kegon falls.
– Yatai Kaikan Hall ,Kusakabe Folk Museum and Kami Sannomachi.
– Kenrokuen Garden and Higashi-chaya District.
– Heian Jingu Shrine, Sanjusangendo Temple and Kiyomizu temple.
– All transfers, sightseeing, excursions by private vehicle.
– All taxes.

Excludes
– Personal Expenses.
– Camera / Video Camera Fees.
– Air Ticket: Bechar – Algiers.
– Medical Aid.
– Tips.
– Travel Insurance.
– Visa If any.

 

Hotels

City Nights 5*Hotels
Tokyo 05 Keio Plaza Hotel
Hakone 01 Yumoto Fujiya Hotel
Takayama 01 Hida Hotel Plaza
Kanazawa 01 Kanazawa Tokyu Hotel
Kyoto 05 Nikko Princess Kyoto

 

Private Tour Price Per Person
02 Pax USD 4800 PP
Single Supplement USD 1500 PP

 

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PROGRAM – 3
Essence of Japan | 08 Nights / 09 Days
Tokyo – Hakone – Kyoto

DAY 01: Arrive Tokyo – – – By Flight
Arrival Narita International Airport and transfer to Tokyo City Hotel. Meet assist and transfer to you at the custom exit in boarding reserved taxi by himself to the Hotel. Overnight at hotel.

DAY 02: Tokyo
After Breakfast, Proceed to Hamamatsucho Bus Terminal is the gathering point for all SIC departure. visit Tokyo Tower , Imperial Palace Plaza, Sensoji Temple /Nakamise Shopping Street, Drive by Ueno and Akihabara. The Tour will end upon arrival at Tokyo station/Hamamatsucho Bus Terminal. Overnight at hotel.

DAY 03: Tokyo – Kamakura Kamakura – Tokyo B – – By Road By Road 68 kms / 01 hrs 16 min appx. 68 kms / 01 hrs 16 min appx.
After Breakfast, Transfer to Hamamatsucho Bus Terminal is the gathering point for all SIC departure Jomyo-ji TempleGreen Tea Experience walk to Hokoku-ji Temple. After the tour transfer for lunch Buddhist Vegetarian Cuisine. After lunch transfer by coach to Kotoku-in Temple, Enoshima The Tour will end upon arrival at Ginza/ Shinjuku. Overnight at hotel.

DAY 04: Tokyo – Mt.Fuji Mt.Fuji – Hakone B – – By Train By Road 60 kms / 01 hrs 35 min appx.

After Breakfast, Proceed to Hamamatsucho Bus Terminal is the gathering point for all SIC departure and Visit Mt.Fuji 5th Station. After Lunch transfer by coach to Kojiri ship Lake Ashi Cruise, Hakone-en to Mt Komagatake by Ropeway. Overnight at hotel.

DAY 05: Hakone – Kyoto Kyoto – Nara Nara-Kyoto B – – By Train By Road By Road 44 kms / 01 hrs 10 min appx. 44 kms / 01 hrs 10 min appx.
After Breakfast, Transfer transfer by reserved taxi to Odawara Station Board bullet Train Kodama or Hikari and Nozomi/150min to Kyoto Station.Western-style Lunch.After lunch transfer by coach to Todaiji Temple Great Buddha/ Nara Park, Kasuga Taisha Shrine and Nara Nagomikan. Overnight at hotel.

DAY 06: Kyoto
After Breakfast, Proceed to transfer by coach to Nijo Castle, Kinkakuji Temple Golden Pavilion, Kyoto Imperial Palace visiting except on Mondays, Kitano-tenmangu Shrine visiting on Mondays Japanese/Western Buffet Lunch Transfer by coach to Heian Jingu Shrine, Sanjusangendo Temple, Kiyomizu temple. Overnight at hotel.

DAY 07: Kyoto – Hiroshima Hiroshima – Kyoto B – – By Train By Train.
After Breakfast, Transfer by reserved taxi to New Miyako Hotel Is the gathering point for all SIC Departure and walk to Kyoto Station Board Bullet train Nozomi or Hikari/110-125 min to Hiroshima Station. Upon arrival Hiroshima station by coach to Miyajimaguchi ship Miyajima Island, Itsukushima Shrine and Enjoy lunch on your own. By ship to Miyajimaguchi transfer by coach to Hiroshima Peace and Memorial Park /Museum, Atomic Bomb Dome After the tour transfer to Hiroshima Station to Nozomi or Hikari/110-125 min Board Bullet train to Kyoto Station Upon arrival Kyoto station by reserved taxi to Hotel. Overnight at hotel.

DAY 08: Kyoto.
After Breakfast, Proceed to Free day for own Leisure. Overnight at hotel.

DAY 09: Depart Kyoto B – – By Flight
Departure transfer to onward destination.

Tour Ends

Includes
– Meeting and assistance by our representative.
– 08 nights accommodation as per the program.
– Meals as mentioned in the program.
– Entrance fees to monuments.
– Bullet train Ticket Odawara Station to Kyoto Station.
– Train Tickets for Tokyo – Mt.Fuji, Hakone – Kyoto, Kyoto – Hiroshima and Hiroshima – Kyoto.
– Tokyo Tower, Imperial Palace Plaza and Sensoji Temple.
– Yatai Kaikan Hall, Kusakabe Folk Museum and Kami Sannomachi.
– Kenrokuen Garden and Higashi-chaya District.
– Heian Jingu Shrine, Sanjusangendo Temple and Kiyomizu temple.
– English speaking guide.
– All transfers, sightseeing, excursions as per the program by AC transport.
– All taxes.

Excludes
– Personal Expenses.
– Camera / Video Camera Fees.
– Air Ticket: Bechar – Algiers.
– Medical Aid.
– Tips.
– Travel Insurance.
– Visa If any.

 

Hotels

City Nights Hotels
Tokyo 03 Keio Plaza Hotel
Hakone 01 Yumoto Fujiya Hotel
Kyoto 04 Nikko Princess Kyoto

 

Private Tour Price Per Person
02 Pax USD 3200 PP
Single Supplement USD 1200 PP

 

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PROGRAM – 4
Excursion of Tokyo & Kyoto | 05 Nights / 06 Days
Tokyo – Kyoto

DAY 01 ArriveTokyo – – – By Flight
Arrival Narita International Airport and transfer to Tokyo City Hotel. Meet assist and transfer to you at the custom exit in boarding reserved taxi by himself to the Hotel. Overnight at hotel.

DAY 02 Tokyot
After Breakfast, Proceed to Hamamatsucho Bus Terminal is the gathering point for all SIC departure. visit Tokyo Tower , Imperial Palace Plaza, Sensoji Temple /Nakamise Shopping Street, Drive by Ueno and Akihabara. The Tour will end upon arrival at Tokyo station/Hamamatsucho Bus Terminal. Overnight at hotel.

DAY 03 Tokyo – Mt.Fuji Mt.Fuji – Hakone Hakone – Kyoto B – – By Train By Cruise By Train.
After Breakfast, Proceed to Hamamatsucho Bus Terminal is the gathering point for all SIC departure visit to Mt.Fuji 5th Station. After lunch transfer by coach to Kojiri, Cruise Lake Ashi, Hakone – en to Mt. Komagatake by Ropeway. After the tour proceed to Odawara Station to board Bullet train 120-180min, Hikari or Kodama to Kyoto Station. Upon arrival Kyoto station by reserved taxi to Hotel. Overnight at hotel.

DAY 04 Kyoto – Nara Nara-Kyoto B – – By Road By Road 44 kms / 01 hrs 10 min appx.44 kms / 01 hrs 10 min appx.
After Breakfast, Transfer by coach to Nijo Castle, Kinkakuji Temple Golden Pavilion and Kyoto Imperial Palace.visiting except on Mondays, Kitano-tenmangu Shrine visiting on Mondays Japanese /Western Buffet Lunch. After lunch transfer by coach to visit Todaiji TempleGreat Buddha /Nara Park, KasugaTaisha Shrine and Nara Nagomikan. Overnight at hotel.

DAY 05 Kyoto
After Breakfast, Proceed to Free day for own Leisure.
Overnight at hotel.

DAY 06 Depart Kyoto B – – By Flight
Departure transfer to onward destination.

Tour Ends

Includes
– Meet & greet on arrival in case of SIC customers.
– 05 nights accommodation as per the program.
– Daily cooked breakfast in Hotel’s restaurant, in case of no restaurant at hotel/ motel, Continental breakfast will be served in your room a day prior.
– Sightseeing & entrances fees as per itinerary.
– Bullet train Ticket Odawara Station to Kyoto Station.
– Tokyo Tower, Imperial Palace Plaza and Sensoji Temple.
– Nijo Castle and Kinkakuji Temple.
– Todaiji Temple, KasugaTaisha Shrine and Nara Nagomikan.
– Train Tickets for Tokyo – Mt.Fuji and Hakone – Kyoto

– Cruise for Mt.Fuji – Hakone..

– All transfers, sightseeing, excursions as per the program by AC transport.
– All taxes.

Excludes
– Personal Expenses.
– Camera / Video Camera Fees.
– Air Ticket: Bechar – Algiers.
– Medical Aid.
– Tips.
– Travel Insurance.
– Visa If any.

Hotels

City Nights Hotels
Tokyo 02 Keio Plaza Hotel
Kyoto 03 Nikko Princess Kyoto

 

Private Tour Price Per Person
02 Pax USD 1800 PP
Single Supplement USD 900 PP

 

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PROGRAM – 5
Highlights of Japan | 07 Nights / 08 Days
Tokyo – Hakone – Takayama – Kanazawa – Kyoto – Kansai

DAY 01: Arrive Narita Narita – Tokyo – – – By Flight
Arrival Narita International Airport and transfer to Tokyo City Hotel. Meet assist and transfer to you at the custom exit in boarding reserved taxi by himself to the Hotel. Overnight at hotel.

DAY 02:Tokyo B – –
After Breakfast, Proceed to Hamamatsucho Bus Terminal is the gathering point for all SIC departure. visit Tokyo Tower , Imperial Palace Plaza, Sensoji Temple /Nakamise Shopping Street, Drive by Ueno and Akihabara. The Tour will end upon arrival at Tokyo station/Hamamatsucho Bus Terminal. Overnight at hotel.

DAY 03: Tokyo – Mt.Fuji Mt.Fuji – Hakone B – – By Train By Road 60 kms / 01 hrs 35 min appx.After Breakfast, Hamamatsucho Bus Terminal is the gathering point for all SIC departure and Visit Mt.Fuji 5th Station.After Lunch transfer by coach to Kojiri ship Lake Ashi Cruise, Hakone-en to Mt Komagatake by Ropeway. Overnight at hotel.

DAY 04: Hakone – Takayama B – – By Train
After Breakfast, Transfer by reserved taxi to Odawara station to board bullet train to Nagoya stationKodama/140minUpon arrival Nagoya station by Limited express Hida 150 min to Takayama Station and walk to Yatai Kaikan Hall, Kusakabe Folk Museum, Kami Sannomachi Town. Overnight at hotel.

DAY 05: Takayama – Shirakawago Shirakawago – Kanazawa B – – By Road By Road 50 kms / 50 min appx.50 kms / 50 min appx.
After Breakfast, Proceed to Takayama Morning Market and by coach to Shirakawa-go. Shirakawa-go Observatory / Wada Residence Japanese-Style Lunch. After lunch transfer by coach to Hotel Kanazawa. Overnight at hotel.

DAY 06: Kanazawa – Kyoto B – – By Train
After Breakfast, Transfer by coach to Nagamachi Samurai District /Former Samurai Residence. By coach to Kenrokuen Garden, Higashi-chaya District , Hakuza Gold leaf shopTransfer by coach to Kanazawa Station to take Limited Express Thunderbird train 145min to Kyoto StationUpon arrival Kyoto station by reserved taxi to Hotel. Overnight at hotel.

DAY 07: Kyoto B – –
After Breakfast, Proceed to transfer by coach to Nijo Castle, Kinkakuji Temple Golden Pavilion, Kyoto Imperial Palace visiting except on Mondays, Kitano-tenmangu Shrine visiting on Mondays Japanese/Western Buffet Lunch Transfer by coach to Heian Jingu Shrine, Sanjusangendo Temple, Kiyomizu temple Overnight at hotel. Departure transfer to onward destination.

DAY 08: Kyoto – Kansai Depart Kansai B – – By Road By Flight 78 kms / 01 hrs 10 min appx.
Departure transfer to onward destination.

Tour Ends

Includes
– Meet assist at the airport and hotels
– 07 nights accommodation as per the program.
– Daily cooked breakfast in Hotel’s restaurant, in case of no restaurant at hotel/ motel, Continental breakfast will be served in your room a day prior.
– Bullet train Ticket Odawara Station to Kyoto Station.
– Train Tickets for Tokyo – Mt.Fuji, Hakone – Takayama and Kanazawa – Kyoto.
– Tokyo Tower, Imperial Palace Plaza and Sensoji Temple.
– Kenrokuen Garden and Higashi-chaya District.
– Heian Jingu Shrine, Sanjusangendo Temple and Kiyomizu temple.
– Yatai Kaikan Hall, Kusakabe Folk Museum and Kami Sannomachi.
– All transfers, sightseeing, excursions as per the program by AC transport.
– All taxes.

Excludes
– Personal Expenses.
– Camera / Video Camera Fees.
– Air Ticket: Bechar – Algiers.
– Medical Aid.
– Tips.
– Travel Insurance.
– Visa If any.

Hotels

City Nights Hotels
Tokyo 02 Keio Plaza Hotel
Hakone 01 Yumoto Fujiya Hotel
Takayama 03 Hida Hotel Plaza
Kanazawa 01 Kanazawa Tokyu Hotel
Kyoto 02 Nikko Princess Kyoto

 

Private Tour Price Per Person
02 Pax USD 3000 PP
Single Supplement USD 900 PP

 

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PROGRAM – 6
Tokyo & Hakone Tour | 05 Nights / 06 Days
Tokyo – Hakone – Tokyo

DAY 01: Arrival at Tokyo Narita or Haneda Airport
Upon arrival, meet assist and proceed to your hotel by private car.
Upon arrival at the hotel, you will be free for leisure.
Night in Tokyo.

DAY 02: Tokyo
Meet your guide in the morning and traverse through Tokyo’s pristine public transportation system. Firstly, you may visit the Edo Tokyo Museum which exhibits life size replicas as well as miniature models of structures as they were during Japan’s Edo period.

Afterward, you can visit Asakusa Kannon Temple, an active place of worship where you can see the largest paper lantern in Japan. You can also explore the Nakamise Market, which is located just after the temple’s outer gates. This is a traditional-style shopping street with several centuries of history.

Then experience panoramic views of the city at 350 meters high at the Tokyo Skytree. These are the highest observation decks in Japan, and the tower is one of the tallest structures in the world. Next, head to the electric city of Akihabara for its establishments dedicated to anime and manga culture.

DAY 03: Tokyo
Our first stop today will be the Imperial Palace where we can see the beautiful East Garden. This is the current residence of Japan’s Imperial Family and a historic landmark. Next, enjoy the natural atmosphere of the Meiji Shrine, dedicated to Emperor Meiji and Empress Shoken.

Stroll through the Takeshita district of Harajuku and surround yourself with fascinating shops and the latest fashion trends. Harajuku is especially known for its more eccentric fashions, but cute and conventional items can be purchased here as well. Not in the mood for shopping?

Not to worry – Harajuku also is a great place for people watching! Our final destination of the day will be Shibuya, where visitors can experience the famous Shibuya crossing, take pictures with the Hachiko statue, and enjoy shopping.

DAY 04: Tokyo – Hakone
Travel with your guide from Tokyo Shinjuku station to Hakone by way of Japan’s famously efficient transit system. You will travel on the Romancecar Limited Express. In Hakone, you will have many opportunities to view Mt. Fuji, if the weather is in your favor.

Upon arrival, you may board a Lake Ashi Cruise where you can enjoy and appreciate Hakone’s natural scenery. Take a 20-minute ropeway ride from Togendai to Owakudani. Along the ropeway, weather permitting, there will be great views of Mt. Fuji in the distance. While in Owakudani, visitors will have the chance to experience hot springs and sulfurous fumes along the trails of an active volcanic zone.

After your tour, you will arrive at your Japanese-style hotel, known as a Ryokan. Here, you can experience a traditional Kaiseki dinner and enjoy the Onsen hot spring bath.

DAY 05: Hakone – Tokyo
Breakfast.
Transfer to Tokyo.
Free time for leisure.
Night in Tokyo.

DAY 06: Depart Tokyo
After breakfast, you will be free for leisure.
Transfer to the airport for your departure flight.

Tour Ends

Includes
– Meet & greet on arrival in case of SIC customers.
– 05 nights accommodation as per the program.
– Daily breakfast at the hotels.
– Sightseeing & entrances fees as per itinerary.
– All transfers, sightseeing, excursions as per the program by AC transport.
– All taxes.

Excludes
– Personal Expenses.
– Camera / Video Camera Fees.
– Air Ticket: Bechar – Algiers.
– Medical Aid.
– Tips.
– Travel Insurance.
– Visa If any.

Hotels

City Nights Hotels
Tokyo 03 Century Southern Tower
Hakone 01 Hakone Yunohana Prince Hotel
Tokyo 01 Century Southern Tower

 

Private Tour Price Per Person
02 Pax USD 2730 PP
Single Supplement USD 810 PP

 

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PROGRAM – 7
Kyoto, Nara & Osaka Tour | 05 Nights / 06 Days
Kyoto – Osaka – Nara

DAY 01: Arrival at Osaka Kansai or Itami Airport
Upon arrival, meet assist and transfer to your hotel by private car.
Upon arrival at the hotel, you will be free for leisure.

DAY 02: Kyoto
Enjoy a fully guided day through the ancient city of Kyoto – one of the most deeply historic cities in the world. First, you can see the Fushimi Inari Shrine, renowned for its trail of thousands of torii gates. Then visit the Kyoto Imperial Palace. This was the former residence of Japan’s Imperial Family until 1868, during which the capital moved from Kyoto to Tokyo.

Tour Kiyomizu-dera, a famous temple in Japan that is best known for its large wooden stage that overlooks a hillside of natural scenery. We will end our day in the Gion Geisha District, where its streets are lined with ochaya (teahouses), exclusive establishments where guests are entertained by Geisha and Maiko. If you choose, you can also add the following optional experiences.

Please note, optional experiences may require an additional day. One such experience is to try on the traditional garment of Kimono. Many visitors to Kyoto will wear a Kimono for the day to complete the traditional atmosphere that the city is known for. You can also experience a Rickshaw Ride, Green Tea Ceremony, Zen meditation in a temple with local monks, or a Kaiseki dinner with a Geisha performance.

DAY 03: Kyoto
Once again, you will be fully guided on this day as you travel Kyoto via public transportation.
Continue to explore Kyoto, traveling to Nijo Castle, a designated UNESCO world heritage site and a perfect architectural example of castles from the feudal era of Japan. Next, we will visit the Golden Pavilion covered with 18 carat gold leaf. This three-story structure was originally built by the Shogun Ashikaga Yoshimitsu in 1397.

Then we will tour Arashiyama. First is a visit to see Tenryuji Temple where you can have a glimpse of traditional rock landscape garden design. Then proceed through a dense bamboo grove, past several small shrines, tea shops and private houses before arriving at the Togetsukyo Bridge over Hozu River.

Optional sections for this part of the tour include a ride on the Sagano Romantic Train or a cruise along the Hozugawa River.

DAY 04: Kyoto – Osaka
Travel to Osaka with your guide and explore the city via its public transportation system. Visit Osaka Castle, which was built by Toyotomi Hideyoshi in aims for it to be the center of a new, unified Japan.

Afterwards, we will go to the Umeda Sky Building, a 173-meter-tall building that grants spectacular views of Osaka from its Floating Garden Observatory. Then, visit the colorful, neon-lit entertainment district of Dotonbori. This area is popularly known for being the heart of the city, filled with eye-catching billboards and numerous restaurants. Lastly, make your way to Shinsaibashi, the largest shopping district in Osaka.

Note: We will courier your big baggage from Kyoto to your hotel in Osaka. Please pack your essentials for 1 night in a small bag to carry with you to Osaka

DAY 05: Osaka – Nara – Osaka
Today, we will travel to Nara and visit Nara Park which houses a number of interesting sites. First is the Nara National Museum which displays a permanent collection Buddhist art in addition to temporary exhibitions. You can then visit the nearby Isuien Garden – a traditional Japanese Garden with a scenic view structured using “shakkei” or borrowed scenery, fusing the background with the trees within the area.

Then, we will visit one of Japan’s most famous temples and a landmark of Nara, Todaiji Temple. Outside the temple, interact with the wild deer of Nara Deer Park. There are special deer crackers available at every corner of the area. You may also want to add a Bamboo Chasen (tea whisk) making experience to this day to further your understanding of traditional Japanese culture and crafts.

DAY 06: Depart Osaka
After breakfast, departure transfer to the airport for flight to onward destination

Tour Ends

Includes
– Meet assist at the airport and hotels.
– 05 nights accommodation as per the program.
– Meals as per the program.
– Sightseeing & entrances fees as per itinerary.
– Air Ticket for Rotorua – Queenstown.
– All transfers, sightseeing, excursions as per the program by AC transport.
– All taxes.

Excludes
– Personal Expenses.
– Camera / Video Camera Fees.
– Air Ticket: Bechar – Algiers.
– Medical Aid.
– Tips.
– Travel Insurance.
– Visa If any.

Hotels

City Nights 5*Hotels
Kyoto 03 Miyako Hotel Kyoto Hachijo
Osaka 02 Courtyard by Marriott Shin-Osaka Station
Queenstown 03 Peppers Beacon

 

Private Tour Price Per Person
02 Pax USD 3140 PP
Single Supplement USD 850 PP

 

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PROGRAM – 8
The Golden Route Japan Tour | 06 Nights / 07 Days
Tokyo – Hakone – Kyoto – Nara

DAY 01: Welcome to Tokyo
Welcome to Tokyo!
Meet assist and transfer to the hotel.
Night in Tokyo.

DAY 02: Tokyo – The City with a Mix of the Past and Present.
Today we will enjoy a private Tour of Tokyo, the largest populated metropolis in the world. As modernized as the city may be there are still aspects of its traditional history present. As you tour around Tokyo you will have an expert local guide to bring you to the best tourist spots. The sightseeing schedule is fully up to you and is flexible to the needs of the group.

For temples and shrines we recommend visiting Asakusa Sensoji Temple, the oldest temple in Tokyo, and Meiji Jingu Shrine, the place where Emperor Meiji and his wife are enshrined. You can also roam around the outer grounds of the Imperial Palace, the current residency of the Imperial family. If you looking for a deeper look into the history of Japan then why not pay a visit to the Edo Tokyo Museum?

There are many shopping options available in Tokyo, but depending on your preference can lead you to different parts of the city. High end name brand items can be found in Ginza, extreme fashion style clothing are in Harajuku, otaku (geek) products can be bought in Akihabara, and Shibuya is the middle ground between all your shopping needs.

Tokyo Skytree is the tallest tower in Japan and offers great views of the city from its observatory. There are shops as well as an aquarium located in the area. Not interested in the tower? Then how about going to the man-made island known as Odaiba? On the island there are many entertainment options available in addition to the famed Rainbow Bridge.

DAY 03: Hakone – A National Park with the Best Views of Mt. Fuji.
Traverse Hakone, an iconic hot spring destination, by public transportation like the Hakone Tozan Cable Car or enjoy a bird’s eye view from the Hakone Ropeway. As a national park you will be greeted with magnificent views of the surrounding nature. Complementing the natural beauty are great museums like the Open Air Museum that we will be visiting.

As we take a soothing Boat Cruise on Lake we will have the chance to see the awe inspiring Mt. Fuji in the distance if the weather permits it. As the day comes to a close we will have the chance to relax in the onsen (hot spring) at a ryokan (Japanese traditional inn) in Atami Onsen. Soak in the therapeutic waters and feel your body being rejuvenated. Afterwards enjoy a Japanese Kaiseki (seasonal) banquet dinner that will give you a chance to taste the ingredients of the season.

DAY 04 & 05: Kyoto – The Heart of Traditional Japan.
Our day starts with a trip on the Shinkansen (bullet train) to Kyoto, the traditional and cultural center of Japan. For over 1000 years Kyoto has influenced politics and culture in the country. It was the former capital before Edo (Tokyo). When the feudal age came to an end much of the nation was set to modernized, but the city set out to preserve its proud history. As a traditional center the history, religion, and culture remained unembellished. For two days you will have a private guide to take you to the most desired locations.

There are many sites to see in Kyoto and can be broken down into Southern, Eastern, Central, Northern, and Arashiyama districts. No matter where you choose to visit each site has a priceless historical value that will leave you in awe. Just for quick reference Fushimi Inari Shrine has over 1000 torii gates; Tofukuji Temple has the Hojo Garden that surrounds all four sides of the building, Kiyomizudera Temple has the stage and main hall that was built without nails, Kinkakuji Temple is known as the Golden Pavilion, Arashiyama has the photogenic bamboo grove, and Gion is where you can find the Geisha district.

DAY 06: Kyoto | Nara – Japan’s First Permanent Capital with Excellent Examples of Traditional Architecture.
Located about 1 hour away from Kyoto is the first permanent capital, Nara. The city marks the change in history where a centralized government was established because before the capital would change locations when the Emperor passed away. During this time the culture in Japan had time to develop and evolve, which can be seen in the architecture and other structure that have been designated UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

There you can see the largest bronze Daibutsu (Great Buddha) in the iconic Todaiji Temple. Surrounding the temple is Nara Park where there are over 1000 free roaming deer, which are regarded as deities of the city. The short reign of the Nara Period gave way for cultural change in the nation and left its mark in history. The sites in the city signify a beginning that is often forgotten, but well preserved.

DAY 07: Kyoto – Osaka Depart
Breakfast.
Departure transfer to Osaka airport for flight to onward destination.

Tour Ends

Includes
– Meet assist at the airport and hotels.
– 06 nights accommodation as per the program.
– Daily breakfast at the hotels.
– Meals as per the program
– Entrance fees
– Train Tickets as per the program.
– English speaking guide.
– All transfers, sightseeing, excursions as per the program.
– All taxes.

Excludes
– Personal Expenses.
– Camera / Video Camera Fees.
– Air Ticket: Bechar – Algiers.
– Medical Aid.
– Tips.
– Travel Insurance.
– Visa If any.

Hotels

City Nights 5*Hotels
Tokyo 02 Tobu Hotel Levant Tokyo
Atami 01 Atami Onsen Sakura Ryokan
Kyoto 03 Miyako Hotel Kyoto Hachijo

 

Private Tour Price Per Person
02 Pax USD 3298 PP
Single Supplement USD 870 PP

 

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PROGRAM – 9
Tokyo Anime Tour | 06 Nights / 07 Days
Tokyo

DAY 01: Arrival at Tokyo Narita or Haneda Airport
Upon arrival, meet assist and proceed to your hotel by private car. Upon arrival at the hotel, you will be free for leisure.

DAY 02: Tokyo
Meet your guide in the morning and traverse through Tokyo’s pristine public transportation system. Firstly, you may visit Asakusa Kannon Temple, an active place of worship where you can see the largest paper lantern in Japan. You can also explore the Nakamise Market, which is located just after the temple’s outer gates. This is a traditional-style shopping street with several centuries of history.

You will be able to spend a significant portion of your day in the electric city of Akihabara – well-known for its establishments dedicated to anime and manga culture. Here. You can shop for various anime-related goods from figurines to cosplay to food. Then, visit one of the numerous café’s themed to suit your Otaku needs. Almost everything here is an anime-lovers dream!

DAY 03: Tokyo
With your guide, make your way to the man-made island of Odaiba. You’ll take the train and subway to visit the next stops on your tour. Witness the impressive 65-foot- tall (19.8 meters) Unicorn Gundam statue, which stands guard near DiverCity Tokyo Plaza Mall. Your next stop will be the Miraikan Museum, which features 5 floors than range from life sciences throughout the world to new innovations in video game technology.

DAY 04: Tokyo
Our first stop today will be to enjoy the natural atmosphere of the Meiji Shrine, dedicated to Emperor Meiji and Empress Shoken. Stroll through the Takeshita district of Harajuku and surround yourself with fascinating shops and the latest fashion trends. Harajuku is especially known for its more eccentric fashions, but cute and conventional items can be purchased here as well. Not in the mood for shopping?

Not to worry – Harajuku also is a great place for people watching! Then visit Omotesando Avenue, a sloping tree-lined boulevard in Tokyo’s fashionable Aoyama district that goes through parts of both Shibuya and Minato wards. Our final destination of the day will be Shibuya, where visitors can experience the famous Shibuya crossing, take pictures with the Hachiko statue, and enjoy shopping.

DAY 05: Tokyo
Continue your fully guided tour through Tokyo’s anime culture at the Suginami Animation Museum which showcases the history behind anime and its future. The museum features interactive exhibits and information on traditional animation. Head to the Nakano Broadway, a shopping complex distinguished for selling anime- related products and collectibles. Then, head to the Shinjuku district to spend time at the Samurai Museum, which features a variety of samurai armor displays and swords.

DAY 06: Tokyo
Continue your tour of Tokyo with the Studio Ghibli Museum, which showcases the many beloved works of the internationally renowned studio and features a replica of the Catbus and many other characters. You will then tour Tokyo’s Ikebukuro district. You’ll start in Sunshine City entertainment complex –featuring department stores, an aquarium, museum, planetarium, indoor theme parks, and more. Then, visit one of Tokyo’s Pokémon Centers, a merchandise heaven for all Pokémon fans. Ikebukuro is rightfully known as a second Akihabara, and you’ll have plenty of time to explore it today!

DAY 07: Depart Tokyo
After breakfast, you will be free for leisure.
Transfer to the airport for your departure flight.

Tour Ends

Includes
– Meet assist at the airport and hotels.
– 06 nights accommodation as per the program.
– Daily breakfast at the hotels.
– Meals as per the program
– Entrance fees
– Train Tickets as per the program.
– English speaking guide.
– All transfers, sightseeing, excursions as per the program.
– All taxes.

Excludes
– Personal Expenses.
– Camera / Video Camera Fees.
– Air Ticket: Bechar – Algiers.
– Medical Aid.
– Tips.
– Travel Insurance.
– Visa If any.

Hotels

City Nights 5*Hotels
Tokyo 06 Sunshine City Prince Hotel

 

Private Tour Price Per Person
02 Pax USD 3395 PP
Single Supplement USD 872 PP

 

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PROGRAM – 10
Nagano, Matsumoto, Takayama, Shirakawago & Kanazawa Tour | 05 Nights / 06 Days
Nagano - Yamanouchi - Matsumoto - Takayama - Shirakawago - Kanazawa

DAY 01: Nagano – Yamanouchi
Meet your guide at Nagano Station or your hotel in Nagano. You will travel to Yamanouchi via public transit. Upon arrival, you may visit the Snow Monkey Park. This is the famous location where snow monkeys relax in the Onsen hot spring bath. While the monkeys are free to roam the park all year long, they are easiest to find on cold days and particularly when it is snowing. On these days, they enjoy the comfort of the bath. After enjoying the park, you can proceed to your hotel where you can relax in the onsen for yourself – free of monkeys. You can also enjoy a traditional kaiseki dinner.

DAY 02: Yamanouchi – Matsumoto
Today, travel to Matsumoto Castle (Black Crow Castle), one of the twelve remaining original castles of Japan. Finish your tour at the Japan Ukiyo-e Museum, which exhibits ukiyo-e style art collections that were popular during the Edo period.

Note: We will courier your big baggage to Kanazawa. Please pack your essentials for 2 nights in a small bag to carry with you.

DAY 03: Matsumoto – Takayama
In the morning, make your own way to Matsumoto Station on foot and take the highway bus to Takayama – the journey takes 125 minutes and your bus ticket is included. Upon arrival at Takayama station, you will be met by your guide and tour Takayama. You will first stroll through the beautifully preserved Old Town. After strolling through streets that are reminiscent of the Edo Period (1600 -1868), visit the Kusakabe Heritage House, a designated important cultural property and the perfect architectural example of private residences during the Edo period with thousands of items on display. Experience the traditional atmosphere at the Takayama Yatai Kaikan which exhibits life-sized floats and instruments used in the Takayama Festivals.

DAY 04: Takayama – Shirakawago – Kanazawa
Continue to explore Takayama with your guide, beginning with the Takayama Morning Market, where visitors can taste local farm products and snacks. You will then tour Takayama Jinya. This building served as the local government office headed by the officials dispatched from Edo and was in official use until 1969. In the afternoon, visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Shirakawa-go with your guide via highway bus – the journey takes 50 minutes. Ogimachi Village is the main attraction, we will walk past thatched roof farm houses and cultivated fields and see unspoiled Edo period wooden buildings.

Once there, we will go to the Shiroyama Viewpoint, and also Gassho-zukuri Minkaen, which is an open-air museum of farmhouses and structures relocated to this area. Wada-ke House is the largest farmhouse in the area, which belongs to the village leader, is now open for visitors to have a look inside these buildings. From Shirakawa-go, continue to Kanazawa via highway bus – 135 minutes, your tickets are included. Upon arrival at Kanazawa station, make your way to your hotel on your own.

DAY 05: Kanazawa
Today, you will be fully guided as you traverse Kanazawa via public transit. Begin with a visit to Kenrokuen Garden, regarded as one of the top three gardens of Japan. Stroll along the garden and enjoy the view of trees, stones, bridges and teahouses. At Myoryuji Temple, you will see how it got the nickname “Ninja Temple”. While the temple is not associated with the Ninja, it was built as a disguised military outpost and so has many hidden defenses, secret rooms, traps, and a labyrinth of corridors and staircases.

Step back through time in the Nagamachi Samurai District where many old samurai residences remain at the foot of the former Kanazawa Castle. One such house, the Nomura family residence, has been fully restored and filled with artifacts of the time period to reflect the samurai class. Then, visit the Kaga Yuzen Traditional Industry Center. Kaga Yuzen is a type of silk fabric made for Kimono.

You can see many Kimono on display here which use this fabric. Additionally, should you choose to add the experience to your itinerary, you can try on one of the traditional garments. Other optional experiences in the area include a Gold Leaf Craft Workshop and a visit to the Kutani Pottery Kilns which are famous for their detailed and intricate designs.

DAY 06: Depart Kanazawa
After breakfast, transfer to train / airport for onward destination.

Tour Ends

Includes
– Meet assist at the airport and hotels.
– 05 nights accommodation as per the program.
– Daily breakfast at the hotels.
– Meals as per the program
– Entrance fees
– Train Tickets as per the program.
– English speaking guide.
– All transfers, sightseeing, excursions as per the program.
– All taxes.

Excludes
– Personal Expenses.
– Camera / Video Camera Fees.
– Air Ticket: Bechar – Algiers.
– Medical Aid.
– Tips.
– Travel Insurance.
– Visa If any.

Hotels

City Nights 5*Hotels
Yamanouchi 01 Ryokan Biyunoyado
Matsumoto 01 Hotel Buena Vista
Takayama 01 Takayama Green Hotel
Kanazawa 02 Kanazawa Nikko Hotel

 

Private Tour Price Per Person
02 Pax USD 3490 PP
Single Supplement USD 880 PP

 

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PROGRAM – 11
Best of Japan Tour | 09 Nights / 10 Days
Tokyo - Hakone - Kyoto - Nara - Hiroshima - Tokyo

DAY 01: Arrival at Tokyo Narita or Haneda Airport
Upon arrival, meet assist and proceed to your hotel by private car. Upon arrival at the hotel, you will be free for leisure.

DAY 02: Tokyo
Meet your guide in the morning and traverse through Tokyo’s pristine public transportation system. Firstly, you can visit Asakusa Kannon Temple, an active place of worship where you can see the largest paper lantern in Japan. You can also explore the Nakamise Market, which is located just after the temple’s outer gates. This is a traditional-style shopping street with several centuries of history.

Afterward, you may visit the Edo Tokyo Museum which exhibits life size replicas as well as miniature models of structures as they were during Japan’s Edo period. You can then enjoy the natural atmosphere of the Meiji Shrine, dedicated to Emperor Meiji and Empress Shoken. Stroll through the Takeshita district of Harajuku and surround yourself with fascinating shops and the latest fashion trends. Harajuku is especially known for its more eccentric fashions, but cute and conventional items can be purchased here as well. Not in the mood for shopping? Not to worry – Harajuku also is a great place for people watching!

DAY 03: Tokyo – Hakone
Travel with your guide from Tokyo Shinjuku station to Hakone by way of Japan’s famously efficient transit system. You will travel on the Romancecar limited Express. In Hakone, you will have many opportunities to view Mt. Fuji, if the weather is in your favor. Upon arrival, you may board a Lake Ashi Cruise where you can enjoy and appreciate Hakone’s natural scenery. Take a 20-minute ropeway ride from Togendai to Owakudani. Along the ropeway, weather permitting, there will be great views of Mt. Fuji in the distance. While in Owakudani, visitors will have the chance to experience hot springs and sulfurous fumes along the trails of an active volcanic zone. After your tour, you will arrive at your Japanese-style hotel, known as a Ryokan. Here, you can experience a traditional Kaiseki dinner and enjoy the Onsen hot spring bath.

Note: We will ship your large luggage from Tokyo to your hotel in Kyoto. Please pack your essentials for 1 night in a small bag to carry with you to Hakone.

DAY 04: Hakone – Kyoto
From Hakone, make your own way to Odawara station by shuttle bus and board a bullet train to Kyoto. 7-day JR pass included and directions will be provided beforehand. Upon arrival at Kyoto station, you will be free for leisure. If you prefer, you may also add items to your itinerary such as a visit to a traditional wooden townhouse to learn about Kimono, Green Tea Ceremony, Origami, Calligraphy, or the art of Ikebana.

DAY 05: Kyoto
Meet your guide in the hotel lobby and tour the ancient city of Kyoto which served as the capital of Japan for nearly 1,000 years. One popular site is the Golden Pavilion which is covered in 18 carat gold leaf. This three-story structure was originally built by the Shogun Ashikaga Yoshimitsu in 1397. You can then visit Nijo Castle, a designated UNESCO world heritage site and a perfect architectural example of castles from the feudal era of Japan.

Tour Kiyomizu-dera, a famous temple in Japan that is best known for its large wooden stage that overlooks a hillside of natural scenery. End your day in the Gion Geisha District, where the streets are lined with ochaya (teahouses), exclusive establishments where guests are entertained by Geisha and Maiko. As you have the freedom of a private tour, you may choose to add extra activities to your itinerary such as Zen meditation in a temple with local monks or a Kaiseki dinner with a Geisha performance.

Note: Depending on the number of additions made to the itinerary, extra days may be added to accommodate your wishes.

DAY 06: Kyoto – Nara – Kyoto
This morning, you may see Fushimi Inari Shrine, renowned for its trail of thousands of torii gates leading up the mountain. Hop onto the local trains once again with your guide as you make your way to Nara to visit Isuien Garden. This is a traditional Japanese Garden with a scenic view structured using “shakkei” or borrowed scenery, fusing the background with the trees within the area. You can then visit one of Japan’s most famous temples and a landmark of Nara, Todaiji Temple. Just outside the temple, interact with the wild deer of Nara Deer Park. There are special deer crackers available at every corner of the area. You may also want to add a Bamboo Chasen (tea whisk) making experience to this day to further your understanding of traditional Japanese culture and crafts.

DAY 07: Kyoto – Himeji – Hiroshima
Today, you will make your way to Kyoto Station on foot and board the bullet train to Hiroshima (7-day JR pass included). On the way you have the option to stop at Himeiji to visit Himeji Castle and Kokoen Garden. Himeji Castle is one of the original surviving twelve castles of Japan. It is known as “White Egret Castle” and “White Heron Castle” because of its brilliant white exterior, which resembles a bird taking flight. Nearby is Kokoen Garden – a relatively recently constructed Japanese style garden, opened in 1992 on the former site of the feudal lord’s west residence. Upon your arrival at Hiroshima Station, make your way to the hotel on your own. You will be free for leisure in the afternoon.

Note: We will courier your big baggage from Kyoto to your hotel in Tokyo. Please pack your essentials for 2 nights in a small bag to carry with you to Hiroshima.

DAY 08: Hiroshima
Our first destination of the day is the Peace Memorial Park. The Peace Park consists of the Peace Memorial Museum, the A-Bomb Dome, and the Cenotaph for the A-Bomb Victims. The Peace Park is one of the most significant features of the city, devoted to the events that occurred on August 6, 1945. Afterwards, we will travel to Miyajima, where we will see Itsukushima Shrine. It is famous for being uniquely built over water, and its large torii gate that appears to “float” over the sea during high tide.

DAY 09: Hiroshima – Tokyo
In the morning, you will make your way to Hiroshima on your own to board the bullet train to Tokyo (7-day JR pass included). Upon arrival at Tokyo Shinagawa Station, make your way to the hotel via the hotel shuttle bus. You will then be free for leisure in the afternoon.

DAY 10: Depart Tokyo
After breakfast, you will be free for leisure.
Transfer to the airport for your departure flight.

Tour Ends

Includes
– Meet assist at the airport and hotels.
– 09 nights accommodation as per the program.
– Daily breakfast at the hotels.
– Meals as per the program
– Entrance fees
– Train Tickets as per the program.
– English speaking guide.
– All transfers, sightseeing, excursions as per the program.
– All taxes.

Excludes
– Personal Expenses.
– Camera / Video Camera Fees.
– Air Ticket: Bechar – Algiers.
– Medical Aid.
– Tips.
– Travel Insurance.
– Visa If any.

Hotels

City Nights 5*Hotels
Tokyo 02 Tobu Hotel Levant Tokyo
Atami 01 Atami Onsen Sakura Ryokan
Kyoto 02 Miyako Hotel Kyoto Hachijo
Hiroshima 02 Hotel Granvia Hiroshima
Tokyo 02 Tobu Hotel Levant Tokyo

 

Private Tour Price Per Person
02 Pax USD 4390 PP
Single Supplement USD 910 PP

 

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PROGRAM – 12
Himeji, Okayama, Kurashiki, Matsue, Izumo & Hiroshima Tour | 06 Nights / 07 Days
Himeji - Okayama - Kurashiki - Yasugi - Matsue - Izumo – Hiroshima

DAY 01: Kyoto or Osaka – Himeji – Okayama
Meet your guide at your hotel in Kyoto or Osaka and travel to Himeji by bullet train. Your first stop will be Himeji Castle, one of the original surviving twelve castles of Japan. It is known as “White Egret Castle” and “White Heron Castle” because of its brilliant white exterior, which resembles a bird taking flight. Then visit the nearby Kokoen Garden which is a relatively recently constructed Japanese style garden, opened in 1992 on the former site of the feudal lord’s west residence. In the afternoon, you will transfer to Okayama via bullet train.

Note: We will ship your large luggage to your hotel in Okayama. Please pack your essentials for 1 night in a small bag to carry with you.

DAY 02: Okayama – Kurashiki – Okayama
Once again, you will be fully guided as you travel between Okayama and Kurashiki. Travel to the Canal Area in Kurashiki – this location was very important along the distribution route of rice during the Edo period. Today it is a scenic area where visitors can walk along the canal and see the old storage units, along with buildings from the Edo period. We will also visit the Ohara Museum of Art, which is considered the first museum of Western art in Japan. It is a private museum consisting of three adjacent buildings next to the canal. Upon your return to Okayama, you may tour Korakuen Garden, a landscape garden and the main attraction of the city. It is one of three most famous gardens in Japan, featuring a large pond, walking paths, and many different types of trees.

DAY 03: Okayama – Yasugi – Matsue
Today, you will travel will your guide and visit Yasugi and Matsue via public transportation. In Yasugi, visit the Adachi Museum of Art. Here, you will be able to see the award-winning garden which is the creation of Adachi Zenko. He hoped that viewing the garden and art together would pique people’s interest in Japanese art. In Matsue, travel on to one of the islands in the lake to visit Yushien Garden. While the garden features many traditional landscape elements, it is famous for its collection of 250 types of peonies. Some are kept outside in traditional, protective, bamboo coverings, but far more are kept inside in the lovely indoor garden. After enjoying so many beautiful sights, continue your relaxation at your hotel where you can soak in the onsen hot spring and enjoy a traditional Kaiseki dinner in the Ryokan.

Note: We will ship your large luggage to your hotel in Hiroshima. Please pack your essentials for 2 nights in a small bag to carry with you.

DAY 04: Matsue
Continue to explore the castle town of Matsue, beginning with the castle itself. This is one of only a dozen original castles in Japan, meaning that its main tower has survived to this day through fires, earthquakes, and the anti-feudal demolitions of the Meiji Period. It is sometimes called the “black castle” after its darkly-colored, austere exterior. You can also enjoy a lovely cruise around the moat of the castle to get more interesting views of the castle and surrounding area. Visit the home of Lafcadio Hearn, one of the first western authors of Japanese culture. Hearn’s former residence is now open to the public along with a museum located next door that is dedicated to his work and person. Take a walk down the streets of the old samurai district where samurai families used to live. One of the homes, Buke Yashiki, has been restored and filled with artifacts making for a very interesting time capsule of samurai life. After your tour, you will once again be able to enjoy the onsen and kaiseki dinner at the Ryokan.

DAY 05: Matsue – Izumo – Hiroshima
Travel to Izumo via public transportation with your guide. In Izumo, you will visit the Izumo Grand Shrine. Considered to be the oldest in all of Japan, it has been in existence since at least the early 700’s but unfortunately, there are no records of it being built. Due the shrine’s age pre-dating the introduction of Buddhism to Japan, the architecture of the building is a purely Japanese style called Taisha-zukuri. The shrine is home to the famous Kamiari Festival where Shinto’s 8-million deities have an annual meeting at the shrine. After your tour of this ancient shrine, you will transfer to Hiroshima station.

DAY 06: Hiroshima
Today, you will explore the city of Hiroshima and nearby Miyajima Island with your guide. Our first destination of the day is the Peace Memorial Park. The Peace Park consists of the Peace Memorial Museum, the A-Bomb Dome, and the Cenotaph for the A-Bomb Victims. The Peace Park is one of the most significant features of the city, devoted to the events that occurred on August 6, 1945. Afterwards, we will travel to Miyajima, where we will see Itsukushima Shrine. It is famous for being uniquely built over water, and its large torii gate that appears to “float” over the sea during high tide.

DAY 07: Depart Hiroshima
After breakfast, transfer to airport / train station for travel to next destination.

Tour Ends

Includes
– Meet assist at the airport and hotels.
– 06 nights accommodation as per the program.
– Daily breakfast at the hotels.
– Meals as per the program
– Entrance fees
– Train Tickets as per the program.
– English speaking guide.
– All transfers, sightseeing, excursions as per the program.
– All taxes.

Excludes
– Personal Expenses.
– Camera / Video Camera Fees.
– Air Ticket: Bechar – Algiers.
– Medical Aid.
– Tips.
– Travel Insurance.
– Visa If any.

Hotels

City Nights 5*Hotels
Okayama 02 Hotel Granvia Okayama
Matsue 02 Hotel Ichibata
Hiroshima 02 Hotel Granvia Hiroshima

 

Private Tour Price Per Person
02 Pax USD 4600 PP
Single Supplement USD 930 PP

 

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PROGRAM – 13
Japan Popular Cities & Art Omakase Tour | 10 Nights / 11 Days
Tokyo - Hakone - Himeji - Okayama - Naoshima or Takamatsu - Hiroshima - Kyoto - Nara – Tokyo

DAY 01: Welcome to Tokyo
Welcome to Tokyo.
Meet assist at the airport and transfer to the hotel.

DAY 02: Tokyo – The City with a Mix of the Past and Present
Today we will enjoy a private Tour of Tokyo, the largest populated metropolis in the world. As modernized as the city may be there are still aspects of its traditional history present. As you tour around Tokyo you will have an expert local guide to bring you to the best tourist spots. The sightseeing schedule is fully up to you and is flexible to the needs of the group.

For temples and shrines we recommend visiting Asakusa Sensoji Temple, the oldest temple in Tokyo, and Meiji Jingu Shrine, the place where Emperor Meiji and his wife are enshrined. You can also roam around the outer grounds of the Imperial Palace, the current residency of the Imperial family. If you looking for a deeper look into the history of Japan then why not pay a visit to the Edo Tokyo Museum?

There are many shopping options available in Tokyo, but depending on your preference can lead you to different parts of the city. High end name brand items can be found in Ginza, extreme fashion style clothing are in Harajuku, otaku (geek) products can be bought in Akihabara, and Shibuya is the middle ground between all your shopping needs.

Tokyo Skytree is the tallest tower in Japan and offers great views of the city from its observatory. There are shops as well as an aquarium located in the area. Not interested in the tower? Then how about going to the man-made island known as Odaiba? On the island there are many entertainment options available in addition to the famed Rainbow Bridge.

DAY 03: Hakone – A National Park with the Best Views of Mt. Fuji
Traverse Hakone, an iconic hot spring destination, by public transportation like the Hakone Tozan Cable Car or enjoy a bird’s eye view from the Hakone Ropeway. As a national park you will be greeted with magnificent views of the surrounding nature. Complementing the natural beauty are great museums like the Open Air Museum that we will be visiting.

As we take a soothing Boat Cruise on Lake we will have the chance to see the awe inspiring Mt. Fuji in the distance if the weather permits it. As the day comes to a close we will have the chance to relax in the onsen (hot spring) at a ryokan (Japanese traditional inn) in Atami Onsen. Soak in the therapeutic waters and feel your body being rejuvenated. Afterwards enjoy a Japanese Kaiseki (seasonal) banquet dinner that will give you a chance to taste the ingredients of the season.

DAY 04: Atami to Okayama
The day will begin with a bullet train ride to Okayama where you will have a free day to explore the area. In Okayama you can visit Korakuen Garden, which is one of the three top landscape gardens in Japan. There is also the reconstruction of Okayama Castle, which is nicknamed U-jo or Crow Castle. When it was reconstructed it was turned into a museum with many displays on the history of the former Okayama Castle.

Nearby Okayama is Kurashiki, where you can visit the canal area that has been there since the Edo Period. You can stroll along the canal and visit the storehouses that were converted into museums, restaurants, shops, and cafes. Also by the canal is the Ohara Museum, which was the western art museum in Japan.

If you choose stop by Himeji it is recommend that you visit Himeji Castle. The castle is known as “White Egret Castle” and “White Heron Castle” because of its brilliant white exterior and structure resembling a bird taking flight. Himeji Castle is one of the few remaining original castles and was declared one of the first UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Japan.

DAY 05: Private tour of Takamatsu & Kotohira or Naoshima
On this day you will be given the option to have the private guide take you to Takamatsu and Kotohira or Naoshima. Takamatsu is the closest port city to Honshu from Shikoku and it is known for Ritsurin Garden, a landscape garden that rivals Korakuen, Kenrokuen, and Kairakuen. Kotohira is where you can find the most popular Shinto shrine Kompirasan in Shikoku. There are 1,368 stone steps leading up to the shrine and there is the optional palanquin service for a fee if you are not up to the arduous journey.

Naoshima is known for its various modern art collections, which includes architecture, sculptures, and paintings. The island is situated in the Seto Inland Sea between Honshu and Shikoku. There you can find the iconic pumpkin sculpture on the pier facing the sea.

Note: If you would like to see the both Takamatsu and Naoshima, please contact us to add one more night in Okayama. If would like to spend night (s) at Benesse House in Naoshima, please contact us for information.

DAY 06: Hiroshima – The World’s First Atomic-Bomb Catastrophe
Take the bullet train to Hiroshima. The ride is about 45 minutes. Upon arrival your private guide will meet you at the train exit. Enjoy a private tour of Hiroshima and Miyajima Island. While in Hiroshima we will be visiting the Peace Memorial Park, which was built in the aftermath of the atomic bomb. The park symbolizes the hope for a world without nuclear weapons. From the park you can see the Genbaku Dome or Atomic Bomb Dome, one of the very few surviving structures from the attack. We will also be stopping by the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum, which has detailed records of life after the atomic bomb was dropped.

In the afternoon we will explore Miyajima, an island near Hiroshima. Located on the island is Itsukushima Shrine, which is known for its large torii gate that is built in the sea. At high tide, the famed vermilion torii gate of the Itsukushima Shrine looks like it’s floating in the middle of the sea. The shrine complex is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and Miyajima has been selected as one of Japan’s three most scenic places (nihon sankei). It is said that they Itsukushima Shrine was first built in the 6th century at the foot of Mt. Misen as a place of worship for the holy mountain. The main deity of the shrine is the daughter of the mythical Susanoo and niece to the Great Sun Goddess Amaterasu.

DAY 07 & 08: Kyoto – The Heart of Traditional Japan
Our day starts with a trip on the Shinkansen (bullet train) to Kyoto, the traditional and cultural center of Japan. For over 1000 years Kyoto has influenced politics and culture in the country. It was the former capital before Edo (Tokyo). When the feudal age came to an end much of the nation was set to modernized, but the city set out to preserve its proud history. As a traditional center the history, religion, and culture remained unembellished. For two days you will have a private guide to take you to the most desired locations.

There are many sites to see in Kyoto and can be broken down into Southern, Eastern, Central, Northern, and Arashiyama districts. No matter where you choose to visit each site has a priceless historical value that will leave you in awe. Just for quick reference Fushimi Inari Shrine has over 1000 torii gates; Tofukuji Temple has the Hojo Garden that surrounds all four sides of the building, Kiyomizudera Temple has the stage and main hall that was built without nails, Kinkakuji Temple is known as the Golden Pavilion, Arashiyama has the photogenic bamboo grove, and Gion is where you can find the Geisha district.

DAY 09: Nara – Japan’s First Permanent Capital with Excellent Examples of Traditional Architecture
Located about 1 hour away from Kyoto is the first permanent capital, Nara. The city marks the change in history where a centralized government was established because before the capital would change locations when the Emperor passed away. During this time the culture in Japan had time to develop and evolve, which can be seen in the architecture and other structure that have been designated UNESCO World Heritage Sites. There you can see the largest bronze Daibutsu (Great Buddha) in the iconic Todaiji Temple. Surrounding the temple is Nara Park where there are over 1000 free roaming deer, which are regarded as deities of the city. The short reign of the Nara Period gave way for cultural change in the nation and left its mark in history. The sites in the city signify a beginning that is often forgotten, but well preserved.

DAY 10: Tokyo – Back to Tokyo for Shopping, Food, Entertainment, and Fun Before Going Home
Take the bullet train back to Tokyo. The trip is about 3 hours. Upon arrival make your own way to your hotel. Tokyo has many services to offer for foreigners and locals as one of the busiest and interesting metropolis of the world. Enjoy half the day following your own plans; last minute shopping, dining, and entertainment all for you! Public Transportation in Tokyo may have been overwhelming for some, but when one gets used to it, they can carefully plan their time out and see a lot in a short while.

DAY 11: Depart Tokyo.
Departuer transfer to Tokyo airport for flight to onward destination.

Tour Ends

Includes
– Meet assist at the airport and hotels.
– 10 nights accommodation as per the program.
– Daily breakfast at the hotels.
– Meals as per the program
– Entrance fees
– Train Tickets as per the program.
– English speaking guide.
– All transfers, sightseeing, excursions as per the program.
– All taxes.

Excludes
– Personal Expenses.
– Camera / Video Camera Fees.
– Air Ticket: Bechar – Algiers.
– Medical Aid.
– Tips.
– Travel Insurance.
– Visa If any.

Hotels

City Nights 5*Hotels
Tokyo 02 Tobu Hotel Levant Tokyo
Atami 01 Atami Onsen Sakura Ryokan
Okayama 03 Hotel Granvia Okayama
Kyoto 03 Miyako Hotel Kyoto Hachijo
Tokyo 01 Tobu Hotel Levant Tokyo

 

Private Tour Price Per Person
02 Pax USD 4890 PP
Single Supplement USD 990 PP

 

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PROGRAM – 14
The Golden Triangle of Japan Tour | 11 Nights / 12 Days
Tokyo - Hakone - Takayama - Shirakawago - Kanazawa - Kyoto – Nara

DAY 01: Arrival at Tokyo Narita or Haneda Airport
Upon arrival, meet assist and proceed to your hotel by private car. Upon arrival at the hotel, you will be free for leisure.

DAY 02: Tokyo
Meet your guide in the morning and traverse through Tokyo’s pristine public transportation system. Firstly, you may visit Asakusa Kannon Temple, an active place of worship where you can see the largest paper lantern in Japan. You can also explore the Nakamise Market, which is located just after the temple’s outer gates. This is a traditional-style shopping street with several centuries of history. Then experience panoramic views of the city at 350 meters high at the Tokyo Skytree. These are the highest observation decks in Japan, and the tower is one of the tallest structures in the world. Next, head to the electric city of Akihabara for its establishments dedicated to anime and manga culture.

DAY 03: Tokyo
Our first stop today will be the Imperial Palace where we can see the beautiful East Garden. This is the current residence of Japan’s Imperial Family and a historic landmark. Next, enjoy the natural atmosphere of the Meiji Shrine, dedicated to Emperor Meiji and Empress Shoken. Stroll through the Takeshita district of Harajuku and surround yourself with fascinating shops and the latest fashion trends. Harajuku is especially known for its more eccentric fashions, but cute and conventional items can be purchased here as well. Not in the mood for shopping? Not to worry – Harajuku also is a great place for people watching! Our final destination of the day will be Shibuya, where visitors can experience the famous Shibuya crossing, take pictures with the Hachiko statue, and enjoy shopping.

DAY 04: Tokyo – Hakone – Atami
Travel with your guide from Tokyo Shinjuku station to Hakone by way of Japan’s famously efficient transit system. You will travel on the Romancecar Limited Express. In Hakone, you will have many opportunities to view Mt. Fuji, if the weather is in your favor. Upon arrival, you may board a Lake Ashi Cruise where you can enjoy and appreciate Hakone’s natural scenery. Take a 20-minute ropeway ride from Togendai to Owakudani. Along the ropeway, weather permitting, there will be great views of Mt. Fuji in the distance. While in Owakudani, visitors will have the chance to experience hot springs and sulfurous fumes along the trails of an active volcanic zone. In the evening, you will transfer to Atami with your guide to your Japanese-style hotel, known as a Ryokan. Here, you can experience a traditional Kaiseki dinner and enjoy the Onsen hot spring bath.

Note: We will ship your large luggage from Tokyo to your hotel in Kanazawa. Please pack your essentials for 2 nights in a small bag to carry with you to Hakone.

DAY 05: Atami – Takayama
This morning, you will make your way to Atami Station on foot and board the bullet train to Nagoya. From Nagoya, transfer to Takayama via JR express train (tickets included). Upon arrival at Takayama Station, make your way to the hotel on your own. You will be free for leisure for the rest of the day.

DAY 06: Takayama – Shirakawago – Kanazawa
You will tour Takayama in the morning with a local guide. You will begin with the Takayama Morning Market, where visitors can taste local farm products and snacks. Then, stroll through the beautifully preserved Old Town. After strolling through streets that are reminiscent of the Edo Period (1600 -1868), you will then tour Takayama Jinya. This building served as the local government office headed by the officials dispatched from Edo and was in official use until 1969. In the afternoon, you will visit Shirakawago with your guide via highway bus – the trip is approximately 50 minutes.

Travel to the World Heritage site in the rural area of Shirakawa-go. Ogimachi Village is the main attraction where you can walk past thatched roof farm houses and cultivated fields and see unspoiled Edo period wooden buildings. Once there, go to the Shiroyama Viewpoint, and also Gassho-zukuri Minaen, which is an open-air museum of farmhouses and structures relocated to this area. Wada- ke House is the largest farmhouse in the area, which belongs to the village leader, is now open for visitors to have a look inside these buildings. From Shirakawago, continue to Kanazawa via highway bus – the trip will take approximately 135 minutes and your bus ticket is included. Upon arrival at Kanazawa Station, make your way to the hotel on your own.

DAY 07: Kanazawa
Today, you will be fully guided as you traverse Kanazawa via public transit. Begin with a visit to Kenrokuen Garden, regarded as one of the top three gardens of Japan. Stroll along the garden and enjoy the view of trees, stones, bridges and teahouses. At Myoryuji Temple, you will see how it got the nickname “Ninja Temple”. While the temple is not associated with the Ninja, it was built as a disguised military outpost and so has many hidden defenses, secret rooms, traps, and a labyrinth of corridors and staircases.

Step back through time in the Nagamachi Samurai District where many old samurai residences remain at the foot of the former Kanazawa Castle. One such house, the Nomura family residence, has been fully restored and filled with artifacts of the time period to reflect the samurai class.

Then, visit the Kaga Yuzen Traditional Industry Center. Kaga Yuzen is a type of silk fabric made for Kimono. You can see many Kimono on display here which use this fabric. Additionally, should you choose to add the experience to your itinerary, you can try on one of the traditional garments. Other optional experiences in the area include a Gold Leaf Craft Workshop and a visit to the Kutani Pottery Kilns which are famous for their detailed and intricate designs.

DAY 08: Kanazawa – Kyoto
Today, you will make your way to Kanazawa Station on your own and board the JR express train to Kyoto – the trip will take approximately 140 minutes and the train tickets are included. Upon your arrival at Kyoto Station, make your way to your hotel. You will be free for the rest of the day. However, you may choose to add a visit to a traditional wooden townhouse to learn about Kimono, Green Tea Ceremony, Origami, Calligraphy, and the art of Ikebana.

Note: We will courier your large luggage from Kanazawa to your hotel in Kyoto. Please pack your essentials for 1 night in a small bag to carry with you to Kyoto.

DAY 09: Kyoto
Today, you will be fully guided as you travel through the historic city of Kyoto. First, we will see the Fushimi Inari Shrine, renowned for its trail of thousands of torii gates. Then, visit the Kyoto Imperial Palace. This was the former residence of Japan’s Imperial Family until 1868, during which the capital moved from Kyoto to Tokyo.

Tour Kiyomizu-dera, a famous temple in Japan that is best known for its large wooden stage that overlooks a hillside of natural scenery. We will end our day in the Gion Geisha District, where its streets are lined with ochaya (teahouses), exclusive establishments where guests are entertained by Geisha and Maiko. If you choose, you can also add the following optional experiences.

Please note, optional experiences may require an additional day. One such experience is to try on the traditional garment of Kimono. Many visitors to Kyoto will wear a Kimono for the day to complete the traditional atmosphere that the city is known for. You can also experience a Rickshaw Ride, Green Tea Ceremony, Zen meditation in a temple with local monks, or a Kaiseki dinner with a Geisha performance.

DAY 10: Kyoto
Once again, you will be fully guided on this day as you travel Kyoto via public transportation. Continue to explore Kyoto, traveling to Nijo Castle, a designated UNESCO world heritage site and a perfect architectural example of castles from the feudal era of Japan. Next, we will visit the Golden Pavilion covered with 18 carat gold leaf. This three-story structure was originally built by the Shogun Ashikaga Yoshimitsu in 1397.

Then we will tour Arashiyama. First is a visit to see Tenryuji Temple where you can have a glimpse of traditional rock landscape garden design. Then proceed through a dense bamboo grove, past several small shrines, tea shops and private houses before arriving at the Togetsukyo Bridge over Hozu River. Optional sections for this part of the tour include a Shojin Ryori Vegetarian Lunch, which is a traditional Buddhist lunch, a ride on the Sagano Romantic Train, or a cruise along the Hozugawa River.

DAY 11: Kyoto – Nara – Kyoto
You will visit the ancient city of Nara with your guide via public transportation. The main feature of this city is the large park which includes a number of important and interesting sites. The first site on your list will be the Nara National Museum which primarily displays Japanese Buddhist art. You can then visit the Isuien Garden, which is a traditional Japanese Garden with a scenic view structured using “shakkei” or borrowed scenery, fusing the background with the trees within the area.

Then, we will visit one of Japan’s most famous temples and a landmark of Nara, Todaiji Temple. Outside the temple, interact with the wild deer of Nara Deer Park. There are special deer crackers available at every corner of the area. You may also want to add a Bamboo Chasen (tea whisk) making experience to this day to further your understanding of traditional Japanese culture and crafts.

DAY 12: Kyoto – Osaka Depart
After breakfast, departure transfer to Osaka airport for flight to onward destination.

Tour Ends

Includes
– Meet assist at the airport and hotels.
– 11 nights accommodation as per the program.
– Daily breakfast at the hotels.
– Meals as per the program
– Entrance fees
– Train Tickets as per the program.
– English speaking guide.
– All transfers, sightseeing, excursions as per the program.
– All taxes.

Excludes
– Personal Expenses.
– Camera / Video Camera Fees.
– Air Ticket: Bechar – Algiers.
– Medical Aid.
– Tips.
– Travel Insurance.
– Visa If any.

Hotels

City Nights 5*Hotels
Tokyo 03 Hotel Century Southern Tower
Atami 01 Atami Onsen Sakura Ryokan
Takayama 01 Takayama Green Hotel
Kanazawa 02 Nikko Hotel Kanazawa
Kyoto 04 Miyako Hotel Kyoto Hachijo

 

Private Tour Price Per Person
02 Pax USD 6540 PP
Single Supplement USD 1210 PP

 

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PROGRAM – 15
Japan Cherry Blossom Tour | 13 Nights / 14 Days
Tokyo - Hakone - Takayama - Shirakawago - Kanazawa - Himeji - Hiroshima - Kyoto – Nara

DAY 01: Arrival at Tokyo Narita or Haneda Airport
Upon arrival, meet assist and proceed to your hotel by private car. Upon arrival at the hotel, you will be free for leisure.

DAY 02: Tokyo
Meet your guide in the morning and traverse through Tokyo’s pristine public transportation system. First, make your way to the Tsukiji Outer Market, filled with shops and restaurants where you can try fresh produce and other food-related goods. Then visit the beautiful landscape garden of Hamarikyu which features seawater ponds that change level with the tides.

Next, board a Sumida River Cruise and enjoy views of the city’s skyline and bridges. You will then be taken to Asakusa Kannon Temple, an active place of worship where you can see the largest paper lantern in Japan. You will also be able to explore the Nakamise Market, which is located right after the temple’s outer gates. It is a traditional-style shopping street with several centuries of history.

Next, we will tour Ueno Park, one of the most popular public parks with the largest gathering of locals during the cherry blossom season. Additionally, you may choose to add a Sushi-making lesson to your tour. These lessons make an excellent lunch-time activity as you will get to eat your creations! Cooked fish and vegetable options can be arranged.

DAY 03: Tokyo
Our first stop today will be the Imperial Palace where we can see the beautiful East Garden. This is the current residence of Japan’s Imperial Family and a historic landmark. Next, enjoy the natural atmosphere of the Meiji Shrine, dedicated to Emperor Meiji and Empress Shoken. Stroll through the Takeshita district of Harajuku and surround yourself with fascinating shops and the latest fashion trends. Harajuku is especially known for its more eccentric fashions, but cute and conventional items can be purchased here as well. Not in the mood for shopping? Not to worry – Harajuku also is a great place for people watching! Our last destination for the day will be famous Tokyo Tower, the communications tower standing at 333 meters as the second tallest structure in Japan.

DAY 04: Tokyo – Hakone – Atami
Travel with your guide from Tokyo Shinjuku station to Hakone by way of Japan’s famously efficient transit system. You will travel on the Romancecar Limited Express. In Hakone, you will have many opportunities to view Mt. Fuji, if the weather is in your favor. Upon arrival, you may board a Lake Ashi Cruise where you can enjoy and appreciate Hakone’s natural scenery. Take a 20-minute ropeway ride from Togendai to Owakudani. Along the ropeway, weather permitting, there will be great views of Mt. Fuji in the distance. While in Owakudani, visitors will have the chance to experience hot springs and sulfurous fumes along the trails of an active volcanic zone. After your tour, you will arrive at your Japanese-style hotel, known as a Ryokan. Here, you can experience a traditional Kaiseki dinner and enjoy the Onsen hot spring bath.

Note: We will courier your big baggage from Tokyo to your hotel in Kanazawa. Please pack your essentials for 2 nights in a small bag to carry with you to Hakone.

DAY 05: Atami – Takayama
This morning, you will make your way to Atami Station on foot and board the bullet train to Nagoya. From Nagoya, transfer to Takayama via JR express train (7-day JR pass included). Upon arrival at Takayama Station, make your way to the hotel on your own. You will be free for leisure for the rest of the day.

DAY 06: Takayama – Shirakawago – Kanazawa
You will tour Takayama in the morning with a local guide. You will begin with the Takayama Morning Market, where visitors can taste local farm products and snacks. Then, stroll through the beautifully preserved Old Town. After strolling through streets that are reminiscent of the Edo Period (1600 -1868), you will then tour Takayama Jinya. This building served as the local government office headed by the officials dispatched from Edo and was in official use until 1969.

In the afternoon, you will visit Shirakawago with your guide via highway bus – the trip is approximately 50 minutes. Travel to the UNESCO World Heritage site in the rural area of Shirakawa-go. Ogimachi Village is the main attraction where you can walk past thatched roof farm houses and cultivated fields and see unspoiled Edo period wooden buildings. Once there, go to the Shiroyama Viewpoint, and also Gassho-zukuri Minaen, which is an open-air museum of farmhouses and structures relocated to this area. Wada- ke House is the largest farmhouse in the area, which belongs to the village leader, is now open for visitors to have a look inside these buildings. From Shirakawago, continue to Kanazawa via highway bus – the trip will take approximately 135 minutes and your bus ticket is included. Upon arrival at Kanazawa Station, make your way to the hotel on your own.

DAY 07: Kanazawa
Today, you will be fully guided as you traverse Kanazawa via public transit. Begin with a visit to Kenrokuen Garden, regarded as one of the top three gardens of Japan. Stroll along the garden and enjoy the view of trees, stones, bridges and teahouses. At Myoryuji Temple, you will see how it got the nickname “Ninja Temple”. While the temple is not associated with the Ninja, it was built as a disguised military outpost and so has many hidden defenses, secret rooms, traps, and a labyrinth of corridors and staircases.

Step back through time in the Nagamachi Samurai District where many old samurai residences remain at the foot of the former Kanazawa Castle. One such house, the Nomura family residence, has been fully restored and filled with artifacts of the time period to reflect the samurai class.

Then, visit the Kaga Yuzen Traditional Industry Center. Kaga Yuzen is a type of silk fabric made for Kimono. You can see many Kimono on display here which use this fabric. Additionally, should you choose to add the experience to your itinerary, you can try on one of the traditional garments. Other optional experiences in the area include a Gold Leaf Craft Workshop and a visit to the Kutani Pottery Kilns which are famous for their detailed and intricate designs.

DAY 08: Kanazawa – Himeji – Hiroshima
Make your way to Kanazawa Station on foot and take the JR Express train to Osaka. From Osaka, board the bullet train to Hiroshima. Both trains are covered by your 7-day JR pass. On the way, you may choose to stop in Himeji for a visit for Himeji Castle, one of the original surviving twelve castles of Japan. It is known as “White Egret Castle” and “White Heron Castle” because of its brilliant white exterior, which resembles a bird taking flight. You may also choose to visit the nearby Kokoen Garden which is a relatively recently constructed Japanese style garden, opened in 1992 on the former site of the feudal lord’s west residence. Upon arrival at Hiroshima Station, make your way to your hotel. You will then be free for leisure.

Note: We will courier your big baggage from Kanazawa to your hotel in Kyoto. Please pack your essentials for 2 nights in a small bag to carry with you to Hiroshima.

DAY 09: Hiroshima
Our first destination of the day is the Peace Memorial Park. The Peace Park consists of the Peace Memorial Museum, the A-Bomb Dome, and the Cenotaph for the A-Bomb Victims. The Peace Park is one of the most significant features of the city, devoted to the events that occurred on August 6, 1945. Afterwards, we will travel to Miyajima, where we will see Itsukushima Shrine. It is famous for being uniquely built over water, and its large torii gate that appears to “float” over the sea during high tide.

DAY 10: Hiroshima – Kyoto
Make your way to Hiroshima Station on your own and board the bullet train to Kyoto – included in your 7-day JR pass. Upon arrival at Kyoto station, you will make your way to the hotel on foot. For the rest of the day, you will be free for leisure. Or, you may choose to add a visit to a Traditional Wooden Townhouse to learn about Kimono, Green Tea Ceremony, Origami, Calligraphy and the art of Ikebana.

DAY 11: Kyoto
Enjoy a fully guided day through the ancient city of Kyoto – one of the most deeply historic cities in the world. First, you can see the Fushimi Inari Shrine, renowned for its trail of thousands of torii gates. Tour Kiyomizu-dera, a famous temple in Japan that is best known for its large wooden stage that overlooks a hillside of natural scenery. Leading up to the temple are Ninen-zaka and Sannen-zaka, these streets are filled with preserved buildings that remind us of Japan’s past.

Many of the buildings are selling souvenirs and Kyoto- specific wares. Then visit the brightly painted Yasaka- jinja Shrine, one of the city’s best known and most popular landmarks, especially the two-story vermilion entrance gate at the end of Shijo-dori Avenue. Afterwards you will visit Maruyama Park, home to one of the biggest weeping cherry blossom trees and the most popular cherry blossom viewing location in Kyoto. We will end our day in the Gion Geisha District, where its streets are lined with ochaya (teahouses), exclusive establishments where guests are entertained by Geisha and Maiko. If you choose, you can also add the following optional experiences.

Please note, optional experiences may require an additional day. One such experience is to try on the traditional garment of Kimono. Many visitors to Kyoto will wear a Kimono for the day to complete the traditional atmosphere that the city is known for. You can also experience a Rickshaw Ride, Green Tea Ceremony, Zen meditation in a temple with local monks, or a Kaiseki dinner with a Geisha performance.

DAY 12: Kyoto
Once again, you will be fully guided on this day as you travel Kyoto via public transportation. Continue to explore Kyoto, traveling to Nijo Castle, a designated UNESCO world heritage site and a perfect architectural example of castles from the feudal era of Japan. Next, we will visit the Golden Pavilion covered with 18 carat gold leaf. This three-story structure was originally built by the Shogun Ashikaga Yoshimitsu in 1397. Then we will tour Arashiyama.

First is a visit to see Tenryuji Temple where you can have a glimpse of traditional rock landscape garden design. Then proceed through a dense bamboo grove, past several small shrines, tea shops and private houses before arriving at the Togetsukyo Bridge over Hozu River. Optional sections for this part of the tour include a Shojin Ryori Vegetarian Lunch, which is a traditional Buddhist lunch, a ride on the Sagano Romantic Train, or a cruise along the Hozugawa River.

DAY 13: Kyoto – Nara – Kyoto
Today, we will travel to Nara and visit Nara Park which houses a number of interesting sites. First is Isuien Garden – a traditional Japanese Garden with a scenic view structured using “shakkei” or borrowed scenery, fusing the background with the trees within the area. Then, we will visit one of Japan’s most famous temples and a landmark of Nara, Todaiji Temple. Outside the temple, interact with the wild deer of Nara Deer Park. There are special deer crackers available at every corner of the area. Our last destination for the day will be Kasuga Grand Shrine, the family shrine for the powerful Fujiwara clan during the Nara and Heian periods, with unique architectural traits and an area filled with various styled lamps.

DAY 14: Kyoto – Osaka Departure
Breakfast.
Transfer to Osaka airport for flight to onward destination.

Tour Ends

Includes
– Meet assist at the airport and hotels.
– 13 nights accommodation as per the program.
– Daily breakfast at the hotels.
– Meals as per the program
– Entrance fees
– Train Tickets as per the program.
– English speaking guide.
– All transfers, sightseeing, excursions as per the program.
– All taxes.

Excludes
– Personal Expenses.
– Camera / Video Camera Fees.
– Air Ticket: Bechar – Algiers.
– Medical Aid.
– Tips.
– Travel Insurance.
– Visa If any.

Hotels

City Nights 5*Hotels
Tokyo 03 Hotel Century Southern Tower
Atami 01 Atami Onsen Sakura Ryokan
Takayama 01 Takayama Green Hotel
Kanazawa 02 Nikko Hotel Kanazawa
Hiroshima 02 Hotel Granvia Hiroshima
Kyoto 04 Miyako Hotel Kyoto Hachijo

 

Private Tour Price Per Person
02 Pax USD 7860 PP
Single Supplement USD 1570 PP

 

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PROGRAM – 16
Classic Japan Tour | 13 Nights / 14 Days
Tokyo – Kanazawa – Shirakawago – Takayama – Hiroshima – Kyoto – Nara – Atami – Hakone – Tokyo

Day 01 Arrival at Tokyo Narita or Haneda Airport
Upon arrival, meet assist and proceed to your hotel by private car. Upon arrival at the hotel, you will be free for leisure

.

Day 02 Tokyo
Meet your guide in the morning and traverse through Tokyo’s pristine public transportation system. Firstly, you may visit the Edo Tokyo Museum which exhibits life size replicas as well as miniature models of structures as they were during Japan’s Edo period. Afterward, you can visit Asakusa Kannon Temple, an active place of worship where you can see the largest paper lantern in Japan. You can also explore the Nakamise Market, which is located just after the temple’s outer gates.

This is a traditional-style shopping street with several centuries of history. Then experience panoramic views of the city at 350 meters high at the Tokyo Skytree. These are the highest observation decks in Japan, and the tower is one of the tallest structures in the world. Next, head to the electric city of Akihabara for its establishments dedicated to anime and manga culture.

Day 03 Tokyo – Kanazawa
On your own, make your way to Tokyo Station and board the bullet train to Kanazawa – covered under your 14-day JR pass which is included in the tour. Upon arrival in Kanazawa station, you will be met by your guide at the train exit. You will be fully guided as you traverse Kanazawa via public transit. Begin with a visit to Kenrokuen Garden, regarded as one of the top three gardens of Japan.

Stroll along the garden and enjoy the view of trees, stones, bridges and teahouses. Then visit the Seisonkaku Villa, built in the last years of the Edo Period by a Maeda lord for his mother. It is one of the most elegant, remaining samurai villas in Japan. You will then visit the Higashi Chaya District, a designated entertainment district in Kanazawa. Additionally, should you choose to add the experience to your itinerary, you can try on one of the beautiful silk Kimonos at Kaga Yuzen. Other optional experiences in the area include a Gold Leaf Craft Workshop and a visit to the Kutani Pottery Kilns which are famous for their detailed and intricate designs.

Note: We will courier your big baggage from Tokyo to your hotel in Takayama. Please pack your essentials for 1 night in a small bag to carry with you to Kanazawa.

Day 04 Kanazawa – Shirakawago – Takayama
Continue to explore Kanazawa with your guide. Step back through time in the Nagamachi Samurai District where many old samurai residences remain at the foot of the former Kanazawa Castle. One such house, the Nomura family residence, has been fully restored and filled with artifacts of the time period to reflect the samurai class.

Then, visit the Kaga Yuzen Traditional Industry Center. Kaga Yuzen is a type of silk fabric made for Kimono. You can see many Kimono on display here which use this fabric. From Kanazawa, travel to Shirakawa-go via highway bus with your guide. In the village of Shirakawa-go, you will be able to visit a rural UNESCO World Heritage site. Ogimachi Village is the main attraction where you can walk past thatched roof farm houses and cultivated fields and see unspoiled Edo period wooden buildings. Once there, go to the Shiroyama Viewpoint.

You can also visit Gassho-zukuri Minaen, which is an open-air museum of farmhouses and structures relocated to this area. Wada-ke House is the largest farmhouse in the area, which belongs to the village leader, is now open for visitors to have a look inside these buildings. From Shirakawago, continue to Takayama via highway bus – bus ticket is included. Upon arrival at Takayama Station, make your way to the hotel on your own.

Day 05 Takayama
Enjoy a walking tour of Takayama with your guide. Begin with the Takayama Morning Market, where visitors can taste local farm products and snacks. Then, stroll through the beautifully preserved Old Town. After strolling through streets that are reminiscent of the Edo Period (1600 -1868), visit a traditional merchant’s house which has become the Kusakabe Folk Museum. The home is in excellent condition and exhibits beautiful architecture and craftsmanship from the Edo period. Experience the traditional atmosphere at the Takayama Yatai Kaikan which exhibits life-sized floats and instruments used in the Takayama Festivals.

Day 06 Takayama – Hiroshima
Make your way to Takayama Station on foot and take the JR Express train to Nagoya. From Nagoya, board the bullet train to Hiroshima. Both trains are covered by your 14-day JR pass. On the way, you may choose to stop in Himeji for a visit for Himeji Castle, one of the original surviving twelve castles of Japan. It is known as “White Egret Castle” and “White Heron Castle” because of its brilliant white exterior, which resembles a bird taking flight. You may also choose to visit the nearby Kokoen Garden which is a relatively recently constructed Japanese style garden, opened in 1992 on the former site of the feudal lord’s west residence. Upon arrival at Hiroshima Station, make your way to your hotel. You will then be free for leisure.

Note: We will courier your big baggage from Takayama to your hotel in Kyoto. Please pack your essentials for 2 nights in a small bag to carry with you to Hiroshima.

Day 07 Hiroshima
Our first destination of the day is the Peace Memorial Park. The Peace Park consists of the Peace Memorial Museum, the A-Bomb Dome, and the Cenotaph for the A-Bomb Victims. The Peace Park is one of the most significant features of the city, devoted to the events that occurred on August 6, 1945. Afterwards, we will travel to Miyajima, where we will see Itsukushima Shrine. It is famous for being uniquely built over water, and its large torii gate that appears to “float” over the sea during high tide.

Day 08 Hiroshima – Kyoto
Make your way to Hiroshima Station on your own and board the bullet train to Kyoto – included in your 14-day JR pass. Upon arrival at Kyoto station, you will make your way to the hotel on foot. For the rest of the day, you will be free for leisure. Or, you may choose to add a visit to a Traditional Wooden Townhouse to learn about Kimono, Green Tea Ceremony, Origami, Calligraphy and the art of Ikebana.

Day 09 Kyoto
Enjoy a fully guided day through the ancient city of Kyoto – one of the most deeply historic cities in the world. First, you can see the Fushimi Inari Shrine, renowned for its trail of thousands of torii gates. Then visit the Kyoto Imperial Palace. This was the former residence of Japan’s Imperial Family until 1868, during which the capital moved from Kyoto to Tokyo.

Tour Kiyomizu-dera, a famous temple in Japan that is best known for its large wooden stage that overlooks a hillside of natural scenery. We will end our day in the Gion Geisha District, where its streets are lined with ochaya (teahouses), exclusive establishments where guests are entertained by Geisha and Maiko. If you choose, you can also add the following optional experiences.

Please note, optional experiences may require an additional day. One such experience is to try on the traditional garment of Kimono. Many visitors to Kyoto will wear a Kimono for the day to complete the traditional atmosphere that the city is known for. You can also experience a Rickshaw Ride, Green Tea Ceremony, Zen meditation in a temple with local monks, or a Kaiseki dinner with a Geisha performance.

Day 10 Kyoto
Once again, you will be fully guided on this day as you travel Kyoto via public transportation. Continue to explore Kyoto, traveling to Nijo Castle, a designated UNESCO world heritage site and a perfect architectural example of castles from the feudal era of Japan. Next, we will visit the Golden Pavilion covered with 18 carat gold leaf. This three-story structure was originally built by the Shogun Ashikaga Yoshimitsu in 1397. Then we will tour Arashiyama.

First is a visit to see Tenryuji Temple where you can have a glimpse of traditional rock landscape garden design. Then proceed through a dense bamboo grove, past several small shrines, tea shops and private houses before arriving at the Togetsukyo Bridge over Hozu River. Optional sections for this part of the tour include a Shojin Ryori Vegetarian Lunch, which is a traditional Buddhist lunch, a ride on the Sagano Romantic Train, or a cruise along the Hozugawa River.

Day 11 Kyoto – Nara – Kyoto – Atami
Today, we will travel to Nara and visit the Isuien Garden, which is a traditional Japanese Garden with a scenic view structured using “shakkei” or borrowed scenery, fusing the background with the trees within the area. Then, we will visit one of Japan’s most famous temples and a landmark of Nara, Todaiji Temple.

Outside the temple, interact with the wild deer of Nara Deer Park. There are special deer crackers available at every corner of the area. You may also want to add a Bamboo Chasen (tea whisk) making experience to this day to further your understanding of traditional Japanese culture and crafts. Your tour will end at Kyoto Station where you will make your way on your own to Atami via bullet train – the ride is covered by your 14-day JR pass. Upon arrival at Atami Station, make your way to the hotel on foot. Tonight, you will be staying at a Japanese- style hotel, known as a Ryokan. Here, you can experience a traditional Kaiseki dinner and enjoy the Onsen hot spring bath.

Note: We will courier your big baggage from Kyoto to your hotel in Tokyo. Please pack your essentials for 1 nights in a small bag to carry with you to Atami.

Day 12 Atami – Hakone – Tokyo
Travel with your guide to Hakone by way of Japan’s famously efficient transit system. In Hakone, you will have many opportunities to view Mt. Fuji, if the weather is in your favor. Upon arrival, you may board a Lake Ashi Cruise where you can enjoy and appreciate Hakone’s natural scenery. Take a 20-minute ropeway ride from Togendai to Owakudani. Along the ropeway, weather permitting, there will be great views of Mt. Fuji in the distance. While in Owakudani, visitors will have the chance to experience hot springs and sulfurous fumes along the trails of an active volcanic zone. After your tour, continue with your guide back to Tokyo.

Day 13 Tokyo
Our first stop upon return to Tokyo will be the Imperial Palace where we can see the beautiful East Garden. This is the current residence of Japan’s Imperial Family and a historic landmark. Next, enjoy the natural atmosphere of the Meiji Shrine, dedicated to Emperor Meiji and Empress Shoken. Stroll through the Takeshita district of Harajuku and surround yourself with fascinating shops and the latest fashion trends.

Harajuku is especially known for its more eccentric fashions, but cute and conventional items can be purchased here as well. Not in the mood for shopping? Not to worry – Harajuku also is a great place for people watching! Our final destination of the day will be Shibuya, where visitors can experience the famous Shibuya crossing, take pictures with the Hachiko statue, and enjoy shopping.

Day 14 Depart Tokyo
After breakfast, you will be free for leisure.
Transfer to the airport for your departure flight.

Tour Ends

Includes
– Meet & greet on arrival in case of SIC customers.
– 11 nights accommodation as per the program.
– Meals as per the program.
– Entrance fees.
– English speaking guide.
– All transfers, sightseeing, excursions.
– Ethnological Museum.
– Visit the Blue Nile Falls.
– Boat excursion in Ethiopia’s.
– The Semien Mountains National Park.
– The Axum Museum and Mariam tsion Church.
– Asheten Mariam Monastery
– All taxes.
– Air Ticket from Addis Ababa – Bahirdar and Lalibela – Addis Ababa.

Excludes
– Personal Expenses.
– Camera / Video Camera Fees.
– Air Ticket: Bechar – Algiers.
– Medical Aid.
– Tips.
– Travel Insurance.
– Visa If any.

 

Hotels

City Nights 5*Hotels
Tokyo 02 Hotel Century Southern Tower
Kanazawa 01 Nikko Hotel Kanazawa
Takayama 02 Takayama Green Hotel
Hiroshima 02 Hotel Granvia Hiroshima
Kyoto 03 Miyako Hotel Kyoto Hachijo
Atami 01 Atami Onsen Sakura Ryokan
Tokyo 02 Hotel Century Southern Tower

 

Private Tour Price Per Person
02 Pax USD 8090 PP
Single Supplement USD 1750 Per SGL

 

 

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