Explore Japan With This Luxury Customized 7-Day Tour
Theres too much to feel delighted about in Japan! As a modern-day traveler, this 7-day custom-tailored Japan tour takes you to bask in the glory of the land of the rising sun. Visit three of Japans most famous cities and experience the best of Japanese culture and hospitality. Explore Tokyo, the largest city in the world, and you will be amazed by how friendly and helpful the locals are. Next, visit Kyoto, the former capital of Japan and the most scenic city in the country. End your trip in Osaka, the countrys culinary capital, and enjoy delicious Japanese cuisine.
Explore Tokyo and discover the different faces of the city.
Visit the Hakone Open Air Museum for art lovers.
Visit Kinkaku-Ji, which is the temple of the Golden Pavilion.
Our private tours typically range from $500 - $1000 per person/per night depending on chosen hotels and room categories, vehicles used, types of tours, flight cost, time of year and other factors. Make an inquiry for a customized trip quote.
Meet your private guide at the Narita International Airport, and transfer to your hotel in central Tokyo. On your way, you will be delighted to see the exciting dressing style of people. Enjoy the perfect beauty of the Yoyogi Park and the Yoyogi National Stadium, which has been a host to many of the 1964 Summer Olympic events. Explore Akihabara, the hub of video games and anime fans. Visit Ginza, Tokyos premier shopping district, where you can shop for everything from high-quality clothes to high-class bags. Return to your hotel.
Day 2: Tokyo A Close Connection with Another Aspect of the City
Visit Asakusa and dive into the serenity of Senso-Ji Temple. Around 1,000 years ago, it was just a modest shrine built by the fishermen. Now it is one of the most well-known temples in the country. Take a train and head towards Nikko, which is the burial place of past rulers of feudal Japan, the shoguns. Afterward, take a train back to Tokyo to enjoy a Sushi feast.
Day 3: Tokyo - Mt. Fuji to Tokyo The Wonder of Nature
Explore Hakone, just 90 minutes away from Tokyo. Discover Mt. Fuji, one of the most sought-after locations for travelers. Theres variety in Hakone; the Hakone Open Air Museum for art lovers and various onsen baths are perfect if you want to unwind a little. Visit Yamamiya Sengen Shrine at Mt. Fuji.
Day 4: Kyoto Digging into the Past
Land in Kyoto in the morning and head towards a Zen Buddhist garden where monks will teach you about Zen Buddhism. Witness geisha performing the tea ceremony and music. Women who chose to become geisha follow an exotic set of ancient practices. After the performance, enjoy a traditional Japanese dinner.
Day 5: Kyoto Exploring the Religion and Cuisine
Visit Kinkaku-Ji, the temple of the Golden Pavilion. This temple looks the best after dawn. Discover the most stunning Kyomizu-dera that gives a perfect view of Kyoto and the valleys surrounding it. Savor the lusciousness of the photogenic Japanese cuisine Kaiseki ryori.
Day 6: Osaka Modern Japan
Take a private van to travel to Osaka. Venture out to see the Tempozan Ferris Wheel. Osaka is famous throughout the world for okonomiyaki which is a kind of pancake that is cooked with thinly sliced pork belly, cabbage, and seafood. Visit the Osaka Aquarium, which is home to many unique species, like the Whale Shark. Explore Osaka Castle and learn about the samurai history of the city. Visit the Dotonbori, a chaotic city shopping street that will complete your visit to Osaka.
Day 7: Day of Departure
After breakfast, your guide will transfer you to Kansai International airport to take your flight back home.