Planning a trip to Japan but wondering which Japan Vacation Tour Package to choose from? Put your worries aside and plan a hassle-free tour with this 6-days itinerary. Visit the best places in Japan and get closer to its historic sides.
Day 1: Arrival in Tokyo
Day 2-3: Spend a full day into Tokyo
Day 4: Visiting Kamakura
Day 5: Visit Nikko and get closer to nature
Day 6: Departure
Stepping in the land of Tokyo city and exploring the surroundings
Exploring the two main sides of Tokyo - the eastern and western sides.
Witnessing the attractions of Kamakura
Getting closer to nature and witness ancient moss, stone lanterns, vermillion gates, and towering cedars in Nikko
Fly into Narita Airport and drive an hour more before getting into the city center via the Narita Express. After traveling for hours and hours, we suggest you not to plan much on the first day. What you can do is just explore the area you’re staying and devour your first Japanese dinner of either ramen or Pork Katsu.
After resting a whole night, you might have said cheerios to the Jetlag, and hence today you are ready to explore Tokyo. Start with the western districts of the city, including Shibuya, Harajuku, and Shinjuku. Go for a walking tour or hire a taxi to save time and efforts. Do not miss to check out the world-famous Shibuya Crossing, where 100’s of people scramble across the street at once. Want to witness the best view above? Head to Starbucks or find the Keio Inokashira Line at Shibuya Station for another perfect view.
When done with the western side, stop exploring and start satisfying your hunger. Enjoy the local Japanese cuisines and return to your lodge. The next day, restart with a new side, another corner of Tokyo- the East side. Eastside has a panoply of attractions which can leave you go Aww and it includes but certainly not limited to, Asakusa and Sensoji Temple, historic Nakamise Dori shopping street, Sumida Park and Tokyo SkyTree, Tokyo SkyTree - the tallest tower in not only Japan, Ueno Park, and Akihabara District.
If the crowded streets of Tokyo made you crave for the tranquility, Kamakura is the next place you must pay a visit. Being located away from the Tokyo city, Kamakura offers a sense of satisfaction coupled with tranquilness to every traveler who visits it. Don’t miss the Great Buddha of Kamakura (at Kotokuin Temple), easily the most popular attraction in the area, and literally hard to miss at 44 feet. After gazing it for minutes, take a 5-mins walk and reach the Hase Dera Temple, which is a beautiful temple located on a hillside overlooking the ocean. You will also find the historic bamboo forest at Hokokuji Temple, similar to that in Kyoto, and it’s possible to see Mt. Fuji on a clear day from Kenchoji Temple. Once you are done with the temple trips, head on over to Komachi-Dori, the busiest commercial street in Kamakura and satisfy your hunger. Could you ask for more from a This Japan Vacation Tour Package? The answer has to be a NO.
If you are getting sick of the city and need to get some nature into your life, visit the nature-loving Nikko city which is full of ancient moss, stone lanterns, vermillion gates, and towering cedars. The antique look of the city makes this place a complete picturesque. After all, there’s a reason why this area is one of Japan’s most visited areas. Located about two hours north of Tokyo, Nikko is the site of the famous Toshogu Shrine, the mausoleum of Tokugawa Ieyasu (VIP in Japan), and numerous other temples and shrines. Don’t miss the famous Shinkyo bridge, the beautiful Nikko National Park (on a sunny day), Kanman-ga-Fuchi Abyss, and Kegon Falls.
With lost of memories in your eyes, take a leave from Japan. But do not miss to enjoy your farewell lunch at your hotel.
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