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Home to sumo wrestling, sake, geishas, karaoke, and onsens, Japan’s got a lot going for it. And on this nine-day trip to some of its most acclaimed cities, you’ll get to see the country at its best. Take in the neon nightlife of Tokyo, relax in the manicured gardens of Nikko and discover thousands of years of culture and history in Kyoto. And have you heard about the food? World-class sushi, ravishing ramen, delectable donburi – you certainly won’t be going hungry. With your local leader to point you in all the right directions and plenty of time to explore at your own pace, experience the culture and charm of the Land of the Rising Sun.

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  • Explore Tokyo's various neighborhoods for a taste of Japanese nightlife, entertainment, and cuisine.
  • Enjoy breathtaking views of Mount Fuji from Arakurayama Segen Park and the Kawaguchiko Area Marvel at the beauty of Shiraito Falls, a "Natural Treasure of Japan" fueled by volcanic spring water Visit Nagoya, Japan's automotive capital, which is home to museums, galleries, shrines, and temples Learn about Japan's rich history with a visit to Kyoto, which is known for its beautiful gardens and temples


You will travel to the airport on your own today to board your international aircraft to Japan.
In-flight meals and services are available.

Onboard Flight Overnight


Hello and welcome to Tokyo! The Japanese Emperor relocated the national capital from Kyoto to Edo, which was later renamed Tokyo, in 1868. ("Eastern Capital"). The Great Kanto Earthquake of 1923 and WWII air attacks in 1945 both destroyed large portions of Tokyo. The city was restored, and visitors may now enjoy a wide range of shopping, entertainment, culture, and food options, as well as a variety of green spaces. When you arrive at Narita International Airport, our representative will greet you and help you in boarding an airport bus to your hotel. Later that afternoon, you'll begin your exploration of this fascinating country by taking the metro (tickets included) to Shinjuku District, where you'll be immersed in the city's vibrant energy. Shinjuku is one of Tokyo's most popular nightlife zones. After the tour, have dinner at a local restaurant and take the metro back to your hotel with your guide.

In Tokyo for the night

NOTE: Depending on the passengers' aircraft arrival times, the visit to Shinjuku may take place on the day of arrival or after the panoramic city tour on the following day.


In the morning, you'll go on a five-hour tour with your guide to discover this fascinating city, which is noted for its rush and bustle, as well as its quiet, peaceful corners. Take a little break at the Zojoji Temple to capture a stunning photo of the Tokyo Tower. Pay notice to the hundreds of Jizos, stone traditional guardians who will lead you on your journey. From there, you'll travel to Shibuya, which is believed to be the busiest intersection in the world. Emperor Meiji, his wife, and their spirits are honored in the Meiji Temple. You'll proceed to your bus via Omotesandoas' magnificent street, where you'll see the most gorgeous part of the Imperial Palace and the gardens. Take a break to see the iconic Nijubashi Bridge. You'll walk through Akihabara, Japan's "electric town," famed for its unique icons from popular Japanese Manga and Anime culture, before arriving at Kokugikan, the Sumo arena, which is home to this Japanese sport. You will also visit Sensoji, Tokyo's oldest and most prominent Buddhist temple, with its 55-meter-high pagoda. Then, if you have some free time, go to Nakamise, a traditional commercial street in the Asakusa District. Before returning to your accommodation, stop for lunch at a nearby restaurant. The remainder of the day is yours to do as you like.

In Tokyo for the night


As you journey through Japan's gorgeous countryside today, you'll arrive at the breathtaking area of Mount Fuji. The ARAKURAYAMA SENGEN PARK, with its lovely pagodas and some of Mount Fuji's most famous views, is the first stop. After that, proceed to Kawaguchiko, which is known for its little dwellings, flowers, mountains, and beautiful lake. When you arrive, you'll go to the Fuji Sengen Shrine, which is located in a magnificent setting surrounded by tall trees and serves as the beginning point for the traditional pilgrimage to the mountain. Thank the gods for allowing you to visit this magnificent site at the temple. A boat tour on Lake Kawaguchi is also included in the visit. After lunch (not included), begin climbing Mount Fuji on the path to the "fifth station," which is surrounded by stunning trees and offers breathtaking vistas, at a height of 2,305 meters. You'll then return to Kawaguchiko, where you'll have time to take a stroll around the lake. You'll stay in a traditional Japanese hotel and have the chance to see ONSEN (public baths).

Kawaguchiko is where you'll spend the night.

NOTE: Due to snow or other weather circumstances, the route up to Mount Fuji will be closed in the winter. We shall ascend to the authorized point throughout this season.


In the morning, go to Iyashi No Sato Nanba, a tiny village destroyed by a typhoon in 1966 and later recreated as a traditional open-air mountain village and museum, along a lovely road lined by lakes. Traditional residences have been converted into art and craft businesses, cafés, and museums. After that, you'll witness the Shiraito Falls, which are regarded as one of Japan's most beautiful places, with a 150-meter-high cascade. From there, you'll go to Nagoya, Japan's fourth largest city on the Pacific Ocean's coasts. The Toyota Museum will be visited (entry is included); this wonderful museum is a must-see for motor enthusiasts. After that, you'll go to Kyoto, where you'll stay the night.

Kyoto is where you will spend the night.


Spend the day touring Kyoto, the fascinating city that served as Japan's capital from 794 to 1868 and is home to the Imperial Court. Kyoto was the only major Japanese city to avoid bombing during World War II, as evidenced by the fact that it has preserved its rich creative legacy. Make your way to Arashiyama on the outskirts of Kyoto, where you'll cross the Togetsukyo Bridge (Moon Bridge), which offers spectacular views. You'll go to Tenryuji Temple, one of Kyoto's "five great Zen temples" and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and take a walk through its mysterious bamboo grove. Your excursion will include a visit to one of the city's most prominent areas. The beautiful Fushimi Inari Shinto Shrine, the Imperial Palace, and Kinkakuji Temple, the "Golden Pavilion," and its glorious gardens will all be visible. Before visiting GION, a bustling traditional sector known for its Geishas, take some time to explore the area. Before returning to your accommodation, take advantage of your free time.

Kyoto is where you will spend the night.


You will drive yourself to the airport to join your onward trip home after a nice meal in the morning (departure transfer not included).

  • 05 nights lodging at a Superior-listed hotel or similar on a twin-sharing basis
  • Breakfast every day, 1 lunch, and 2 dinners
  • Transfer from the airport upon arrival
  • Transportation in an air-conditioned VIP car with English-speaking local tour guides
  • Sightseeing as specified in the itinerary Entrance fees as specified in the itinerary Kawaguchi Lake boat trip
  • Tours of Tokyo and Kyoto; excursions to Mt. Fuji and Hakone; and a visit to the Toyota Museum
  • International roundtrip flights from a variety of destinations
  • All air taxes and fuel surcharges are included, as well as any other taxes that may be imposed locally.
  • Personal belongings, tips, and gratuities
  • Optional tours Travel Insurance Visa fees, if applicable
  • International airfare for travellers travelling by land only
  • Arrival and departure transfers for travellers travelling by land exclusively
  • Items not specifically listed as being included

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Do you arrange airport transfers?
Airport transfers are not included in the price of this tour, however, you can book an arrival transfer in advance. In this case, a tour operator representative will be at the airport to greet you. To arrange this please contact our customer service team once you have a confirmed booking.


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