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Upon arrival at Tokyo spend a day in leisure. Tokyo sightseeing tour. Begin the sightseeing tour with a visit to the Tokyo Tower, Japan's second tallest structure, to see an expansive view of the cityscape. Visit Imperial Palace ,take a walk in the east garden and see the remaining foundation of the former castle tower on the top of a hill. Strike a pose in front of the Nijubashi Bridge. Thereafter, make your way to the Hinode Pier and take a cruise on the Sumida River to Azumabashi after crossing a series of 12 bridges. Going forward, visit the Sensoji Temple, counted amongst the most colourful and popular temples of Japan. Then, make your way to Nakamise, a shopping street lined with a variety of traditional, local snacks and tourist souvenirs. Drive by Ginza, a popular shopping area filled with a vast variety of shopping centres.
Embark on a 2 hours ride to reach Hakone .Hot springs, absolute natural beauty and spectacular mountain scenery dominated by Mt Fuji*, Hakone is a perfect escape from the hustle-bustle of city life. Upon arrival at Hakone, head for an excursion to Mount Fuji, Japan's highest mountain (subject to weather conditions). Reach the Mt. Fuji 5th Station, which is located at an altitude of 7,545 feet (2,300 meters) and take-in sweeping, panoramic view of the countryside.Finally, head to Mt. Komagatake Ropeway* to enjoy a scenic ride to the peak. Spend some time at the summit, strolling around, and enjoy exquisite views of Southern Alps, Mt. Ontake, Mt. Norikura, and the Northern Alps. Having explored the natural beauty and cultural landmarks, proceed to Hakone.
Kyoto is brimming with some of the masterpieces of religious architecture, Kyoto is an amazing place where you could see monks’ temple hopping or meditating in the stunning Zen gardens. Explore the day on your own or spend rest of the day at leisure.
Embark on a full-day excursion to Kyoto and Nara. Make your way to Nara Japan's first permanent capital. Once there, continue to the Todaiji Temple, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and thereafter, head to the Nara Deer Park to see 1,200 wild sika deer. Next, visit the Kasuga Taisha Shrine to admire the ornate bronze lanterns. Before heading back to the hotel in Kyoto, also visit the Nara Nagomikan, the largest souvenir shop in Nara, to pick sweets, locally brewed sake, specialty foods and traditional crafts .
Osaka is a great place to know about urban Japan. During the tour, visit the famous Osaka Castle Garden which features 600 cherry trees, a tea house, and views of the castle towers. Follow your guide up to the Floating Garden Observatory from where you could embrace 360-degree views of the cityscape and the coast.
It is time to bid adieu to Japan and head home with fond memories to last a lifetime.
Upon arrival spend the rest of the day in leisure.
Explore Kyoto on your own. Get ready for the night tour. This night tour features a traditional tea ceremony, Tempura dinner and the Gion Corner Show where you can enjoy the traditional Japanese arts You will first visit the Gion Corner, where you can see a delightful pageant featuring seven of the Japanese traditional arts; Koto music, flower arrangement, tea ceremony, Garaku (court music dance), Kyogen (ancient comic play), Kyomai (Kyoto-style Japanese dance) and Bunraku (puppet drama). After the show, you will walk to the Gion Yoshiima Ryokan (Japanese style Inn) where you can enjoy tea ceremony and dinner. The Tea Master will serve tea and sweets to each guest individually according to traditional manners followed by a Zen-style Tempura dinner. This will consist of deep-fried seasonal vegetables, served with soy bean soup and steamed rice.
Take the Bullet Train from Kyoto to Hirosima world largest speed train , rest of day free..
From Miyajima Port go to Miyajimaguchi. Miyajimaguchi. Visit Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park & Museum. Atomic Bomb Dome. From Hiroshima Station proceed for Kyoto Station on your own.
Fly back home with beautiful memories of zen gardens and cherry trees.
On arrival at Tokyo the rest day is at leisure.
Proceed for Tokyo tour in which you will be drive by National diet building & Imperial Palace. Visit to Tsukiji Outer Market, Japan’s No.1 place for seafood with over 400 shops including fresh fish retailers, grocers, and restaurants. Enjoy shopping and try some local food while exploring this one-of-a-kind location. Then drive by Kabukiza which is classic Japanese-style theater. Also visit Senso-ji Temple which is ancient Buddhist Temple and spend time at Nakamise Shopping Street.
Visit Japan’s most famous natural attraction - Mt Fuji. At 3,776 meters, it is Japan’s highest mountain. Later take a cruise on Lake Ashi and the aerial cable way at Mt Komagatake. Later you will be drop off at Odawara Station to board train for Kyoto .
Proceed for Kyoto & Nara tour in which you will visit Nijo Castle, Kinkaku-ji Temple, Kyoto Imperial Palace & Kitano Tenmangu Shrine. Enjoy local lunch at restaurant. Post luch drive to Nara. Visit Todai-ji Temple which houses one of Japan's largest bronze statues of Buddha and Nara Park. Visit Kasuga Taisha Shrine where hundreds of bronze lanterns can be found hanging from the buildings. Later enjoy local shopping at Nara Nagomika gift shop.
A day in leisure to explore Kyoto on your own.
Depart home with beautiful memories of Japan tour.
Departure from Delhi. Arrive Tokyo airport & you will be received by our representative. Transferred to hotel. Evening is free for leisure. Next morning, pick up for Half day Morning tour. Half Day City tour of Tokyo includes; visit to Tokyo tower, Meiji shrine, Asakusa guest house & National diet building (Drive by), Imperial palace east garden,.
After Breakfast, You are free for Full day or you can join tour.
After breakfast, Today you'll enjoy a beautiful panoramic drive to Mt. Fuji, an almost perfectly conical volcano that is recognized around the world as a symbol of Japan. It stands over 12,000 feet high and is beautifully snow-capped in winter. Drive to the 5th station, where you'll enjoy gorgeous views of the surrounding countryside. Continue to Hakone, hot springs resort town located in the fuji. Later we will visit Owakudani and then enjoy Pirate hakone Cruise. Later board a bullet train to Kyoto.
After Breakfast, Nara & Kyoto Fullday Tour. See the main sights of both Kyoto and Nara, all in one day! Visit Nijo Castle, the Kyoto residence of the Tokugawa era shoguns, and the Golden Pavilion, a gold-leaf covered structure that houses sacred relics of Buddha. Take a stroll through the Kyoto Imperial Palace, and later watch traditional Japanese artisans work their craft at the Kyoto Handicraft Center. In Nara, visit Todaiji, the world's largest wooden structure and home of the Great Buddha. Mingle with the deer at Nara Park and marvel at the lanterns at Kasuga Taisha Shrine.
After breakfast, take train or from Kyoto Station to Osaka station. Visit Osaka by self.
After breakfast, Today visit Hiroshima & Miyajima island. Miyajima is a small island, It is most famous for its giant torii gate, which at high tide seems to float on the water. Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park commonly called the Atomic Bomb Dome or Genbaku Dmu, in Hiroshima, is part of the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park and was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1996. Next day , get transferred to airport using Japan Rail pass for your flight back home.
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As you arrive in Tokyo spend a day at leisure. Begin the sightseeing tour with a visit to the Tokyo Tower, Japan's second tallest structure, to see an expansive view of the cityscape. After lunch, visit the Imperial Palace Plaza, the residence of the Emperor of Japan. Take a walk in the east garden and see the remaining foundation of the former castle tower on the top of a hill. Strike a pose in front of the Nijubashi Bridge. Thereafter, make your way to the Hinode Pier and take a cruise on the Sumida River to Azumabashi after crossing a series of 12 bridges. Going forward, visit the Sensoji Temple, counted amongst the most colourful and popular temples of Japan. Then, make your way to Nakamise, a shopping street lined with a variety of traditional, local snacks and tourist souvenirs. Drive by Ginza, a popular shopping area filled with a vast variety of shopping centres.
Enjoy a day trip to Mt. Fuji. Experience adventure at the Komagatake ropeway and Revel in a scenic boat cruise on the pristine Lake Ashi. Spend a day in leisure.
Arrive Kyoto and spend the day in leisure. Embark on a full-day excursion to Kyoto and Nara. , Kyoto is an amazing place where you could see monks’ temple hopping or meditating in the stunning Zen gardens. Your tour will begin in a shared vehicle with an excursion to the 16th century Nijo Castle. Up next, visit the Kinkaku-ji Temple and marvel at its stories covered in pure gold leaf. Continue your tour to the 4,300-foot (1,300-m) Kyoto Imperial Palace* and see the stunning wooden structure in classical Japanese style. Finally, make your way to the famous shrine - Kitano Tenmangu Shrine**. Also visit Todaiji temple and Nara deer park.
On arriving at Osaka enjoy the scenic 30 minutes ride and depart from Osaka on foot to reach the Floating Garden Observatory. A high rise building, it is also known as the New Umeda City, offering great views of the city through its windows and from its open-air deck. Enjoy panoramic views from 170 meters above the ground and then, satiate your taste buds with a Japanese style lunch. Post lunch, make your way to Higashi-Umeda Station and board a train to reach Temmabashi Station. Once arrived, explore the majestic Osaka Castle. An architectural marvel that went under many reconstructions and is an immaculate representation of contemporary influences and centuries old ideologies. Next, you could head to board Aqualiner,
It is time to bid adieu to Japan and head home with fond memories to last a lifetime.
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Arrive Narita/Haneda. Upon arrival, spend a day at leisure.
The tour starts with a drive through the scenic countryside to Mount Fuji, Enjoy the scenery of rural Japan during the drive to the Mount Fuji. Take the double-wired sky gondola for a breath-taking view of the volcanic Hakone Mountains, arriving at Owakudani Valley (the Valley of Hell). Admire the view of steam escaping from the rugged mountains of Owakudani.
Half day Tokyo Tour – tour begins midafternoon with visiting Hamarikyu garden, which is a typical Daimyo (Japanese feudal lord) garden in the Edo period with a tidal pond. Enjoy a thirty minute boat ride to Asakusa on the Sumida River whilst admiring the harmonious blend of old and new Tokyo.
Day is free; walk around the city. Enjoy a marine cruise on the Marine Shuttle or Marine Rouge. Explore Yokohama Minato Mirai 21, the Landmark Tower,Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse,Yokohama Cosmo World ,Sailing Vessel Nippon – Maru /Yokohama Port Musuem, Sankei-en Garden and Yamashita Park .
This evening ready for Kyoto night tour. This night tour features a traditional tea ceremony, Tempura dinner and the Gion Corner Show where you can enjoy the traditional Japanese arts You will first visit the Gion Corner, where you can see a delightful pageant featuring seven of the Japanese traditional arts; Koto music, flower arrangement, tea ceremony, Garaku (court music dance), Kyogen (ancient comic play), Kyomai (Kyoto-style Japanese dance) and Bunraku (puppet drama)
Full day excursion to Kyoto & Nara. Visit Kinkaku Temple, Nijo Castle, Lunch at your own. Sight Seeing of Nara, Todaiji temple, Nara deer Park. Depart with beautiful memories..
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Arrival transfer from airport to hotel in Tokyo. (Coach) Panoramic orientation tour of Tokyo. (Coach)
Embark on an excursion to Hakone. (Coach) Enjoy cruise on Lake Ashi. (Coach) Visit Gotemba Peace Park and Oshino Hakkai Village. (Coach) Visit Mount Fuji 5th Station. (Coach) Transfer to hotel in Hamamatsu. (Coach)
Explore Kyoto on a city tour. (Coach) Visit Kinkakuji and Nishijin Textile mills. (Coach) Leisure time in Gion. Transfer to hotel in Kyoto. (Coach)
Visit Kiyomizu-dera Temple (Coach) Transfer to train station in Kyoto for your train to Hiroshima. (Coach) Transfer from train station to hotel in Hiroshima. (Coach) Visit Peace Memorial Park & Shukkeien Landscape Garden (Coach)
Visit Himeji Castle and Umeda Sky Building. (Coach) Transfer to hotel in Osaka. (Coach) The rest of the day is at leisure.
Visit Todaji Temple. (Coach) Visit Kasuga Shrine. (Coach) Explore Nara Deer Park. (Coach) Visit Osaka Castle. (Coach) Leisure time at Namba area. Departure transfer from hotel to airport in Osaka. (Coach)
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Evening you can opt to prepare yourself for an eclectic evening with a Japanese cabaret show which lasts for an hour at the Robot Restaurant in Tokyo’s Kabukicho red-light district! (Can be pre-booked )
The tour starts with a drive through the scenic countryside to Mount Fuji, Enjoy the scenery of rural Japan during the drive to the Mount Fuji. You will have a panoramic view of the Pacific Ocean and grand mountains from an altitude of 8000 feet.
The half day Tokyo Tour which begins mid-afternoon with visiting Hamarikyu garden, which is a typical Daimyo (Japanese feudal lord) garden in the Edo period with a tidal pond. After this you will enjoy a thirty minute boat ride to Asakusa on the Sumida River whilst admiring the harmonious blend of old and new Tokyo. Evening is free at leisure.
After arriving to Kyoto take this night tour which features a traditional tea ceremony, Tempura dinner and the Gion Corner Show where you can enjoy the traditional Japanese arts You will first visit the Gion Corner, where you can see a delightful pageant featuring seven of the Japanese traditional arts; Koto music, flower arrangement, tea ceremony, Garaku (court music dance), Kyogen (ancient comic play), Kyomai (Kyoto-style Japanese dance) and Bunraku (puppet drama).
A full day excursion to Kyoto & Nara. Visit Kinkaku Temple, Nijo Castle, Lunch at your own. Sight Seeing of Nara, Todaiji temple, Nara deer Park.
Depart with sweet memories
Arrive in Osaka. It's known for its modern architecture.
Proceed to Hiroshima by bullet train. On arrival will do orientation tour of Hiroshima, the city devastated by atomic bomb in World War II. Visit the Bomb dome, the symbol of Hiroshima and the only building to remain standing after the atomic explosion. See the Peace Memorial Park with its Museum. The Cenotaph with its arched tomb is a tribute to those who died because of the bomb. Next enjoy a ferry ride to Miyajima Island, to see the beautiful Itsukushima Shrine and the floating Torii – one of Japan's most scenic spots. Later return back to Hiroshima to board the evening bullet train to Osaka.
Today proceed to Nara – once the capital of Japan. Visit the Todai-ji temple - houses the largest Buddha statue in Japan followed by visit to Nara Deer Park - home to hundreds of freely roaming deer, which are considered as messengers of Gods and also been designated as National Treasure. Later proceed to Kyoto, one of the most beautiful city of Japan. Visit the gardens of Golden Pavilion (Kinkakuji Temple), which houses sacred relics of Buddha.
Visit Kiyomizu Temple and the Nijo Castle along with Arashiyama temple, bamboo groove Togetsukyo bridge. Proceed to Hakone by bullet train.
Enjoy the Amphibian bus ride to enjoy to the breathtaking of Mt.Fuji. as we drive to Mt Fuji's 5th Station, which lies about halfway up the mountain for more incredible views (in case of bad weather or winter, we will visit Fuji Visitor Center – a scientific pavilion which features the theme of nature, the history, culture of Mt Fuji). Next visit Owakudani Boiling Valley (subject to operation). Take a rope way ride into the volcanic zone of a number of steam vents and bubbling pools. You can purchase an egg cooked in the naturally hot water whose shells are blackened by the sulfur and which are said to prolong one's life by seven years. Enjoy free time at Lake Ashi, which lies in a crater formed by a massive volcanic eruption around 3000 years ago. In the evening, proceed to Tokyo by coach.
Today enjoy an orientation city tour of Tokyo, a bustling metropolis and the capital of Japan. Start your tour with a Rainbow Bridge and visit to Asakusa Kanon Temple, one of Japan's most important Buddhist sites. Check out the elaborate gardens, architecture and shrines that surround the site. Next visit the Venus Fort - a shopping mall designed to resemble a medieval European village, Palat Town and Toyota Megaweb - an excellent museum not just of its own cars but cars from around the world and throughout the history of automobile and the Shinjuku Gyoen Park – which has over 1500 cherry trees that burst into vivid blooms making it a favorite spot of cherry blossom viewing. Next visit the Edo Museum, where in an interactive way you will be able to experience and learn about various aspects of earlier Tokyo, such as the way of life of people, Edo Period architecture, cultural heritage, political climate, commercial situation and more. End your day by admiring the amazing city views on top of the 2000 foot Tokyo Skytree (subject to operation). On a clear day, you can even see Mt Fuji from the Skytree. Then its time to depart. Sayonara !!! Board the flight to your hometown.
Welcome to Japan - the Land of Rising Sun! Upon arrival in Tokyo, you will spend the rest of the day in leisure .
On your Tokyo city tour enjoy a stunning view of the city from the Tokyo Tower Observatory. Proceed to the Imperial Palace Plaza to admire the ancient historical Palace. Visit the Asakusa Temple, a Buddhist temple built in the 7th century. It is one of Tokyo's most colorful and popular temples. Shop at Nakamise Shopping arcade, a shopping street of over 200 meters leading from the outer gate to the temple's second gate, the Hozomon. Alongside typical Japanese souvenirs such as yukata and folding fans, various traditional local snacks from the Asakusa area are sold along the Nakamise. The shopping street has a history of several centuries.
Take a train using your Japan rail pass for Mount Fuji followed by cruise on Lake Ashi and then to Hakone Ropeway.
Arrive Kyoto by Bullet train and spend the rest of day in leisure.
Full day tour of Kyoto and Nara (Seat in Coach). Today, you have the opportunity to see the heritage cities of Kyoto and Nara on a great one day tour. Visit Nijo Castle, a flatland castle built in the early seventeenth century as a temporary Kyoto residence for the first Tokugawa Shogun. Visit the Kinkakuji Temple, a Zen temple in northern Kyoto whose top two floors are completely covered in gold leaf, hence also known as the Golden Pavilion. Visit Kyoto Imperial Palace, the erstwhile residence of Japan's Imperial Family. Have a Japanese-Western style lunch and proceed to Todaiji Temple with Great Buddha, one of Japan's most famous and historically significant temples and a landmark of Nara. Alternatively, visit Nara Park. Visit Kasuga Taisha, Nara's most celebrated Shrine. End your tour at Nara Nagomikan .
Today you will visit Hiroshima at own (without Guide) Hiroshima 1day pass included for local travel. Reach to Kyoto station at own.Bullet train from Kyoto station to Hiroshima station using Japan Rail Pass. The tour will take you to Hiroshima by the fastest transfer Shinkansen bullet train. The first visit is Itsukushima shrine in the sacred Miyajima island, which is registered as world heritage site and also known as one of Japan's three most beautiful landscapes for its breathtaking beauty and quiet atmosphere. The tour will take you to the Atomic Bomb Dome and the Peace Memorial Museum in the Peace Memorial Park central Hiroshima. These world heritage sites are preserved as a reminder of the tragic damage caused by the atomic bomb in the second world war. Bid goodbye to your friends made during the tour and depart with happy memories.
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