Flavors of Japan (7 Days)

Destinations: Tokyo – Fuji – Hakone – Kyoto – Nara – Osaka

Day 1: Tokyo Arrival

Upon arrival, from there you would be transferred in a private coach to your hotel. The rest of the day is free to relax after a long flight.

Day 2: Tokyo – Sightseeing (B)

Transfer to visit Asakusa Sensoji Temple, the oldest temple in Tokyo, and Meiji Jingu Shrine, the place where Emperor Meiji and his wife are enshrined. You then 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 we will pay a visit to the Edo Tokyo Museum. After lunch, free time for shopping at Ginza & Akihabara. Next will be Tokyo Skytree which is the tallest tower in Japan and offers great views of the city from its observatory.

Day 3: Tokyo – Fuji – Hakone (B, D)

After breakfast, heading to the renown Hakone area. The first stop of the day will be Owakudani Valley for a ride on the Hakone Ropeway. The valley itself is an active volcanic crater and is famous for its black boiled egg that is said to add eight years to your life. If weather permits, enjoy a scenic view of Mt. Fuji as your ride the ropeway down the hill. After that, we will make our way to Mt. Fuji’s 5th Station where you will find breathtaking views of the mountain as well as the surrounding scenery. Dinner and overnight in a Ryokan (Traditional Japanese Inns) or Hot Spring Hot.

Day 4: Hakone – Kyoto (B)

After breakfast, you will embark on your first journey by high-speed Bullet train (Shinkansen train) to Kyoto. On arrival in Kyoto, you will visit to Tenryuji Temple, Zen Garden and Gion (the old Geisha quarter). In the late afternoon, you will enjoy the Nishijin Kimono show.  Overnight in Kyoto.

Day 5: Kyoto (B)

After breakfast, continue to explore one of the most famous cities in the world, Kyoto. Begin your day with a prayer at the Kiyomizu-dera (Pure Water Temple) established in 778 then visit to the Arashiyama Bamboo Grove, Togetsukyo Bridge and Fushimi Inari Taisha Shrine. In the afternoon, continue to visit to the Golden Pavilion (Kinkaku-ji Temple), set in an ancient garden on the edge of a lake. Hear the story of how this 14th-century temple was burned to the ground by a young monk and then completely reconstructed. Overnight in Kyoto.

Day 6: Kyoto – Nara – Osaka (B)

Located about 1 hour away from Kyoto is the first permanent capital, Nara. There, you can see the largest bronze Daibutsu (Great Buddha) in the iconic Todai-ji Temple, the largest wooden building in Japan. Surrounding the temple is Nara Park where there are over 1000 free roaming deer, which are regarded as deities of the city. In the late afternoon, you will be transferred to hotel in Osaka for spending the night there.

Day 7: Osaka – Sightseeing – Departure (B)

After breakfast, you will enjoy a half day guided sightseeing tour of Osaka in a private coach. You will visit to the Osaka Castle (photo stop) then be free for shopping at Dotonbori area until transfer to the international Osaka airport for your own departure flight home.

Price per person (US$/Pax) & Validity until April 30, 2021

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DestinationHotel/ResortRoom Type

Shinjuku Granbell Hotel – http://www.granbellhotel.jp


Fujinobou Kaen Hotel – http://www.mihanagroup.jp


Unizo Inn Kyoto K.S Hotel – https://www.unizo-hotel.co.jp


Sarasa-ShinOsaka Hotel – https://www.sarasahotels.com


Inclusions: Hotels; Meals: B-Breakfast, L-Lunch, D-Dinner; Shinkansen (bullet train): Hakone – Kyoto; Transport by private car with AC; English speaking guide; All entrance and sightseeing fees; Boat trips; Mineral water; All taxes and service charges.

Exclusions: International flights to/from Japan; Visa fee; Early check-in & Late check-out at all hotels; Insurance; Personal expenses; Tipping/Gratuities; Other drinks; Surcharge on special days& peak season (20 Dec to 05 Jan); Any other services not clearly mentioned above.