This journey will provide you with the opportunity to explore the finest and most renowned destinations in Japan. A journey that will bring together the modernity of the future with the traditions of the past, and coupled with the distinctive beauty of nature.
The trip will start from Tokyo, a world-class city full excitement. Continue to Mount Fuji, where the highest mountain in Japan is located, and see its breathtaking beauty from the five lakes surrounding it. Our next stop is Kyoto, a vibrant city with centuries-old cultural heritage. Then we visit Nara, a place filled with temples and shrines, as well as being able to interact directly with nature by encountering wild deer. Finally, the trip ends with a visit to Osaka, Japan’s second largest city with a unique atmosphere and warm-hearted people.
In this moment, we will provide you with all information about the journey such as details of the activities in each town, the luxurious accommodation, and wonderful experiences.
Experience the perfect blend of modernity and tradition that Japan has to offer. Witness Japan’s stunning natural landscapes, delve into its historical and cultural heritage, and engage with its warm and welcoming people. From the bustling cityscape of Tokyo to the serene beauty of Mount Fuji and the cultural richness of Kyoto, each destination presents a unique and captivating experience. Plus, lets interact with the friendly wild deer in Nara and immerse oneself in the vibrant atmosphere of Osaka further enhances the journey.
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Day 1: Arrival in Tokyo
The first day arrived at Narita Airport. The moment when the journey will begin. When you arrive at the airport, we will pick you up with a private driver and a tour companion will greet you. They will explain and fulfill your needs for the upcoming journey.
Day 2: Tokyo Tour
Your second day in Tokyo begins, where you can see how lively and cheerful Japan’s number one metropolis is. A place that never sleeps at night. Here you’ll visit places you’ve never seen before. For example, you will see the Imperial Palace, where the imperial family has lived since the Edo period hundreds of years ago. There is also the Ginza district, one of the most upscale and luxurious shopping areas in the city, as well as a center for art, entertainment, and dining. There is also Odaiba, this is a man-made island located in Tokyo Bay, which has transformed into a popular entertainment and shopping district. Next in popularity is central Tokyo, the Shibuya district. its energetic atmosphere, trendy fashion, entertainment, and iconic landmarks, is often considered one of Tokyo’s most popular and fashionable neighborhoods, attracting both locals and visitors. Equally popular is Asakusa, a historic district located in Tokyo, Japan. It is known for its traditional and cultural significance, preserving the ambiance of old Tokyo. Dive yourself and fulfilling one of the world’s most fun metropolitan city.
Day 3: Mt. Fuji Tour
The third day of your journey will begin, this time we will go to a place that is a little bit far from Tokyo to visit Mount Fuji, also known as Fuji-san. It is the most iconic and majestic mountain in Japan. Mount Fuji holds deep spiritual significance in Japanese culture and is considered a sacred mountain. As the highest point in Japan, there are various viewing spots around Mount Fuji its The Fuji Five Lakes region, located at the northern base of the mountain, provides amazing views of Mount Fuji reflected in the tranquil waters of Lake Kawaguchi, Lake Yamanaka, Lake Sai, Lake Shoji, and Lake Motosu. Enjoy and feel the beauty of the mountains and serenity of lakes that are exclusive only in Japan.
Day 4: Kyoto
The fourth day of your journey we visit Kyoto, a place full of culture and history in Japan. Known as the “City of Ten Thousand Shrines,” Kyoto is home to numerous temples, shrines, and UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Many famous places in Kyoto such as Kiyomizu-dera where you can see the landscape of the city, Arashiyama Bamboo Garden are very breathtaking and beautiful, and, there is a gold-colored building called kinkaku-ji (golden pavilion) that makes people stunning to look at it.
Day 5: Kyoto
Day five in Kyoto, there are still plenty of places and attractions to visit in the city, such as the famous Fushimi Inari Taisha, an iconic shrine in Japan for its thousands of vibrant torii gates that lead to the sacred Mount Inari. There is also a unique garden unlike any other in the world, Ryōan-ji, a Zen garden set in a dry landscape featuring distinctive larger rock formations arranged amidst a sweep of smooth pebbles raked into linear patterns. Indulge your soul and achieve serenity with meditation in this place.
Day 6: Nara
In day six we continue our journey to Nara City. The city has great historical and cultural value as it was the capital of Japan from 710 to 794, before Kyoto, so you can get a glimpse of Japan’s early history. One of the highlights is Nara Park, where you can encounter friendly wild deer considered sacred messengers of the gods and designated as natural treasures. You can also visit Todai-ji Temple, an important landmark in Nara and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, which houses a colossal bronze statue of Buddha, known as the Great Buddha of Nara. Be sure to seek a deeper understanding of Japan’s rich heritage here.
Day 7: Osaka
Day seven we continue our journey to Osaka, Japan’s second largest city, after Tokyo, and a vibrant center of commerce, culture, and entertainment. Known for its lively atmosphere and friendly people, the city has a rich history dating back thousands of years, and has played an important role in Japan’s economic and cultural development. One of the popular spots here is Osaka Castle, a majestic castle that stands as a symbol of the city and offers a great view to see the city.
Day 8: Leaving Japan from Osaka
Last day of the Journey, In Osaka we are going to visit the most popular landmark, Dotonbori, a bustling street in the heart of Osaka known for its vibrant nightlife and delicious street food. It is lined with neon lights, giant billboards, and numerous restaurants serving local specialties such as takoyaki (octopus balls) and okonomiyaki (savory pancakes). Osaka is home to Universal Studios Japan, a popular theme park featuring attractions based on famous movies and characters. The Osaka warm and welcoming atmosphere, along with its rich cultural offerings and culinary delights, make it a must-visit destination to conclude your own authentic Japanese experience journey.
Departure: Kansai International Airport