10 Days


Upon your arrival at the airport, you will be welcomed by a driver and transferred directly to the hotel for check-in. Simply enjoy free time at the hotel.
Overnight in Tokyo.

Day 2 :

Discover Tokyo's vibrant cultural tapestry with your guide. Begin at Asakusa Kannon Temple, home to Japan's largest paper lantern. Explore Nakamise Market, a centuries-old shopping street. Dive into the Edo Tokyo Museum's immersive exhibits showcasing the Edo period. Experience the tranquility of Meiji Shrine, dedicated to Emperor Meiji. Wander through Harajuku's Takeshita district, known for eccentric fashions and unique shops. Whether shopping or people-watching, Harajuku offers a delightful mix of styles. Immerse yourself in Tokyo's diverse attractions and historical charm.
Overnight in Tokyo.

Start the day with a captivating journey through Hakone, renowned for its hot springs and scenic beauty, utilizing various modes of public transportation such as the Hakone Tozan Cable Car and the Hakone Ropeway. Explore the Open Air Museum, showcasing art amidst nature, and take a serene Boat Cruise on Lake, offering potential glimpses of Mt. Fuji. End your day relaxing at an Atami Onsen ryokan, immersing yourself in the therapeutic hot springs. Indulge in a Japanese Kaiseki banquet dinner, savoring seasonal flavors that epitomize the essence of the region.
Overnight in Hakone.

Embark on a self-guided journey from Hakone to Odawara station by shuttle bus, followed by a bullet train ride to enchanting Kyoto. Your bullet train tickets and directions will be seamlessly arranged. Upon arrival at Kyoto station, relish free leisure time to explore. If you prefer, you may also enhance your experience with optional activities like discovering the art of Kimono, participating in a Green Tea Ceremony, trying your hand at Origami, delving into Calligraphy, or immersing yourself in the art of Ikebana. Customize your Kyoto adventure with these enriching options.
Overnight in Kyoto.

Day 5 :

Meet your guide in the hotel lobby and enjoy a captivating private tour in Kyoto, the ancient capital of Japan. Explore the renowned Golden Pavilion, adorned with 18 carat gold leaf, originally built in 1397 by Shogun Ashikaga Yoshimitsu. Delve into the architectural wonders of Nijo Castle, a UNESCO world heritage site from the feudal era. Discover the iconic Kiyomizu-dera temple, famous for its expansive wooden stage overlooking picturesque natural landscapes. End your day in the enchanting Gion Geisha District, where teahouses line the streets. With the flexibility of a private tour, customize your experience by adding activities like Zen meditation with local monks or a Kaiseki dinner accompanied by a Geisha performance. Tailor your Kyoto adventure to your preferences.
Overnight in Kyoto.

Today we will visit Nara, just an hour away from Kyoto, holds historical significance as the first permanent capital, signifying a pivotal era in Japan's cultural evolution. This UNESCO World Heritage city boasts architectural treasures reflecting the transition to a centralized government during the Nara Period. Explore the iconic Todaiji Temple, home to the largest bronze Daibutsu (Great Buddha), surrounded by Nara Park's 1000 free-roaming deer, revered as city deities. This cultural hub preserves a transformative period in Japan's history, often overlooked but impeccably conserved.
Overnight in Kyoto.

Extend your Kyoto adventure or embark on a high-speed journey westward to Hiroshima via the efficient Japan Rail Pass. Alternatively, begin your day early, with a detour to Himeji to explore the iconic Himeji Castle, also known as "White Egret Castle" and "White Heron Castle" for its striking white exterior resembling an egret in flight. As Japan's largest and most frequented castle, it stands as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, showcasing pristine traditional architecture. Delve into the historical charm of one of Japan's few remaining original castles, a testament to its cultural significance.
Overnight in Hiroshima.

Today we will enjoy a full day tour of Hiroshima and Miyajima, beginning with a poignant visit to the Peace Memorial Park, a symbol of resilience and a call for a world without nuclear weapons. Explore the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum, offering detailed insights into post-atomic bomb life. Witness the enduring Genbaku Dome, a surviving testament to the tragedy.
In the afternoon, discover the captivating island of Miyajima, home to the UNESCO-listed Itsukushima Shrine. Marvel at the iconic torii gate seemingly floating at high tide, surrounded by the serene beauty of this sacred site, linked to ancient myths and Japanese folklore.
Overnight in Hiroshima.

Day 9 :

Take a swift and comfortable 4-hour bullet train journey back to Tokyo. Upon arrival, make your own way to your hotel and free at leisure to explore Tokyo by your own. As one of the world's most bustling metropolises, Tokyo beckons with a myriad of offerings. Whether indulging in last-minute shopping, exquisite dining, or entertainment, take advantage of the city's diverse attractions. While Tokyo's public transportation may initially seem overwhelming, familiarity allows for strategic planning, ensuring a productive and enriching exploration of the vibrant city.
Overnight in Tokyo.

Free at leisure until the indicated time, transfer to Narita Airport for your departure flight.



  • - Accommodation in hotels 4* or 5* with breakfast.
  • - Private or public transport as mentioned in the program.
  • - Local guides with a lot of experience.
  • - Tickets as mentioned in the program.
  • - All operating service charges.


  • - Online visa.
  • - Early check-in and late check-out are subject to availability with a surcharge.
  • - Round-trip international flights to your country of origin.
  • - Drinks and meals not specified in the itinerary.
  • - Other services not mentioned in the list of included services


  • Visit: Tokyo – Hakone – Kyoto – Nara – Hiroshima – Miyajima
  • Shuttle bus
  • Bullet train
  • Fuji

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