Signature Japan.(Tokyo,Hakone & Kyoto)


DAY 1: TOKYO.Konichiwa! You have arrived for your vacation to Japan.Upon arrival transfer to your hotel. Accommodation: The Palace Hotel, Tokyo or Similar
DAY 2: TOKYO.Visit the Imperial Palace Plaza and stroll the grounds of Meiji-Jingu, a Shinto shrine dedicated to Emperor Meiji and his wife. Proceed to Asakusa Kannon Temple, pausing in the tiny shops of Nakamise-dori.
DAY 3: TOKYO.The Japanese have a saying: “Don’t say kekko (wonderful) without seeing Nikko.” Today, travel overland to Nikko National Park in the mountains north of Tokyo and discover this lovely region. Visit the magnificently carved 17th-century Toshogu Shrine and observe a special Shinto ceremony with a Shinto priest or miko (priestess).
DAY 4: TOKYO - HAKONE.Travel to Hakone, among Japan’s most popular hot-spring resorts, and view the forested slopes of Hakone National Park. Cruise Lake Ashi and board a gondola on the Komagatake Ropeway for a spectacular view of Mount Fuji. Tonight, enjoy the unparalleled service and kaiseki cuisine at Gôra Kadan, a top-rated ryokan.Accomodation Yoshimatsu Ryokan or Similar
DAY 5: HAKONE - ODAWARA - KYOTO.Meet your driver for a train station transfer with a private vehicle.Transfer by train from Odawara to Kyoto. The train ride is approximately 2 hours.Board a 186-mph bullet train to Kyoto.Accomodation Hotel Hyatt Regency Kyoto or Similar
DAY 6: KYOTO.Enjoy a tour of Kyoto, visiting many of the city’s temples, shrines, palaces, and pagodas. A highlight of the day is a visit to the extraordinary Nijo Castle, built in 1603 as the official residence of the Shogun Tokugawa Ieyasu. You will also visit Kinkakuji, the Temple of the Gold Pavilion, and the Heian Shrine and garden. During the day there will also be the chance to participate in a traditional Japanese tea ceremony.
DAY 7: KYOTO.Travel early this morning to contemplate the iconic Zen rock garden at Ryoan-ji and glittering Kinkaku-ji (Golden Pavilion). Next, visit ancient Nara, Japan’s first capital. Wander through Nara Park, home to over a thousand tame deer. Continue to eighth-century Todai-ji, a temple complex that contains the world’s largest wooden structure and the largest bronze Buddha in Japan. Known as a Daibutsu in Japanese, the giant Buddha is nearly 50 feet high. Later, return to Kyoto.
DAY 8:KYOTO.Depart Kyoto.Your holiday ends with breakfast this morning.Transfer to Kansai or Itami Airport for your international flight home

VIP Experience

"The Palace-Tokyo.With an incomparable perspective on the city and a singular, moat-side setting just opposite the Imperial Palace gardens, Palace Hotel Tokyo is a haven of hospitality – serene and refined, and imbued with understated luxury throughout.Paying homage to a legacy that dates back more than half a century, the completely reimagined modern masterpiece is a sophisticated celebration of its country’s culture and a tribute to omotenashi – Japanese hospitality.
Yoshimatsu Ryokan-Surrounded by bamboo trees and hills, Yoshimatsu is a traditional Sukiya-style Ryokan (inn) with beautiful outdoor hot spring baths. Overlooking Mt. Fuji and Lake Ashi, it provides a free shuttle from Hakone Machi Bus Station.
Hyatt Regency Kyoto -is a stylish design hotel located in the traditional and historic area of Higashiyama Shichijo, in the heart of Kyoto, Japan. Located just a few minutes away from JR Kyoto Train Station, our Kyoto hotel features spacious rooms & luxury suites suitable for business and leisure travellers alike.

Package Details

This tour presents quintessential Japan in all its rich contrasts of ancient spirituality and modern marvels of technology. You’ll enjoy a collection of premium accommodation that has been designed to showcase the height of contemporary sophistication and the warmth of traditional Japanese hospitality.Immerse yourself in the wonders of Japan on this independent journey.
  • 03 Nights Accomodation in Tokyo
  • 01 Nights Accomodation in Hakone
  • 03 Nights Accomodation in Kyoto
  • Sight Seing as per itineary.
  • Daily Breakfast - Jain/Vegetarian Options Available
Best Time to Visit:
March: This is cherry blossom time across the country when the Japanese flock to parks and temple gardens to see the trees in flower. This is such a busy time bookings should be made well in advance. October-November: View the spectacular autumn foliage through the gardens and forests. Weatherwise: November, April and May are the best times to visit when the weather is mild. In January and February the weather is normally sunny and dry but winter days can be short. Avoid the rainy season from early June to mid-July. But if you are coming to ski, then winter (peaking in February) is when the ski slopes in the central highlands and northern regions are covered with deep, dry snow – powder junkie heaven!

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