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10 Nights Japan Tour package

Mount Fuji, Kitayama, Fujinomiya, Shizuoka, Japan
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10 nights Japan tour package

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10 Nights Japan Tour package

10 Nights Japan Tour package – A 10 nights Japan tour package may be just what you need if you want to see the Land of the Rising Sun but don’t want to worry about planning or getting lost. Japan is a country with a unique mix of old customs and new technology, beautiful natural scenery, and busy cities.

With a 10-night Japan tour package, you can see many of the country’s most popular places, like Tokyo, Kyoto, Osaka, Okinawa and Hiroshima. The package usually includes lodging, transportation, meals, and guided tours, so you don’t have to worry about anything during your trip.

Tokyo is a great place to start your trip to Japan because it has a mix of modern and traditional things to do. You can go to the famous Tokyo Tower, walk around the busy neighbourhoods of Shibuya and Shinjuku, and shop and have fun in Akihabara.

Another must-see place in Japan is Kyoto, which is known for its many temples, shrines, and gardens. You can visit the famous Fushimi Inari Shrine, the peaceful Kinkakuji Temple, and the beautiful Arashiyama Bamboo Grove.

With its famous street food and delicious restaurants, Osaka is a great place for people who love to eat. You can also go to the famous Osaka Castle, the lively Dotonbori district, and the Osaka Aquarium Kaiyukan.

The Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park and Museum is a must-see when you’re in this city with a sad past. You can also take a ferry to Miyajima Island, which is close by and known for the Itsukushima Shrine and friendly deer.

10 nights Japan tour package usually includes a trip to Mount Fuji, which is one of the country’s most famous sights. To get to the 5th Station, you can take a beautiful bus ride and see amazing views of the mountain and its surroundings.

Overall, a 10 nights tour package of Japan is a great way to see the best of the country, from its busy cities to its quiet temples and gardens. Since everything is taken care of, all you have to do is sit back, relax, and enjoy Japan’s unique culture and experiences.



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  • Sky tree Tour (Tembo Deck)
  • Tokyo Tower
  • Meiji Shrine
  • Imperial Palace
  • Kamakura
  • Disney Sea
  • Mt. Fuji
  • Hakone Tour
  • Kyo & Nara tour
  • Hiroshima & Miyajima Tour
  • Osaka Castle
  • Amazing Okinawa island


Day 1 - Arrive Tokyo, Japan at Narita Airport + Checkin to Hotel + Sky tree tour (Tembo Deck 350m)
- Stay in Tokyo Hotel
- No Meal Included this day

On the first day of your 10 nights Japan tour package, you will land in Tokyo. Here, you'll meet our activity manager, finalise any necessary papers, and be directed to your vehicle. After that, you'll be transferred to your lodgings for the duration of your stay.

You'll check into your hotel, freshen up, and then take an evening Tokyo Sky Tree Tour. After the last admission at 19:00, the Tokyo Sky Tree Tour will be closed. You will be picked up from the hotel.

From its vantage point 350 metres above earth, visitors to the "TOKYO SKYTREE TEMBO DECK (350 m)" can take in the breathtaking panorama in every direction. On the observation deck at the bottom of SKYTREE, guests can see up to 70 km in every direction.
Day 2 - Tokyo Morning city Tour (Tickets on own)
- Stay in Tokyo
- Breakfast Included

You will eat breakfast in the morning of the second day of your 10 nights Japan tour package. Once you've eaten breakfast, you should get ready for a morning tour of Tokyo. To begin, you'll be picked up from your accommodation and taken to -

Temple of Meiji Imperial Palace Tower of Tokyo

Tokyo Tower

Shiba-koen is the location of the Tokyo Tower, which was constructed in 1958. This tower serves as both a lookout and a communication hub. Its formal name, Nippon denpa, translates to "Japan Radio Tower." Its height of 332.9 metres makes it Japan's second-tallest structure (1,092 feet). As with the Eiffel Tower, the lattice tower complies with air safety regulations thanks to its use of white and international orange paint.

Meiji Jinja

Visitors and local Shintoists alike can find spiritual renewal in the shrine's daily rituals, stunning architecture, and expansive grounds. This shrine was commissioned in 1920 by Japan's first modern emperor and empress, Meiji and Shoken. The general public believes the shrine was constructed recently.

Imperial Residence

As many as 114 structures make up the Qing Dynasty's Imperial Palace in Shenyang. Building these structures started in 1625 or 1626 and continued until 1783. It is a monument to the birth of the last Chinese dynasty and a large repository of books. It was like this before that dynasty swept across the centre of the country and made Beijing the capital.

The Japan morning city tour concludes at your hotel, and the rest of the day is at your leisure to explore Tokyo independently.
Day 3 - Kamakura & Enoshima Tour from Tokyo
Get ready for the Tokyo to Kamakura and Enoshima Tour after breakfast. The meeting point is Keio Plaza.

Guests will be picked up from their accommodation and driven to Jomyo-ji Temple for a matcha green tea experience. Like Kyoto, Kamakura is an ancient city that served as Japan's capital in the past. It shares a long and illustrious history with Kyoto. After exploring the massive temple grounds on foot, visitors can unwind with a cup of matcha green tea and some traditional Japanese treats. Many of the cafes that have been recommended can be found in or near places of worship. Beautiful "rock and sand gardens" and evergreen bamboo groves create a tranquil atmosphere at the temples. Going to Kamakura would be incomplete without a wonderful shrine coffee break.
You will then visit Hkoku-ji, a Zen temple in Kamakura, Japan, that was built in the Heian period and is affiliated with the Kench-ji school of Rinzai Zen. Its famed bamboo garden has earned it the nickname "Bamboo Temple." This temple's primary icon is a Shaka Nyorai statue of Gautama Buddha. That hall is a holy one.
Let's visit Ktoku-in, a Jdo-sh Buddhist temple in Kamakura, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan, after our time at Hokujo. Taiizan is the mountain, and Shjsen-ji is the name of the temple there.
We may now begin our exploration of Enoshima. Just off the coast of Shnan is a tiny island known as Enoshima. Specifically, it is located in Kanagawa. The Buddhist goddess Benzaiten is honored at the adjacent Enoshima Shrine. In addition to the 19th-century Sea Candle lighthouse, the neighborhood is home to the relaxing Enospa hot springs and the charming English-style Samuel Cocking Garden. The Iwaya Caves feature tidal pools and Buddhist monuments. Several popular beaches on the mainland offer stunning views of the island.

You will return to your accommodation and relax after your day trip to Enoshima.
End of 3rd day of 10 nights Japan tour package.
Day 4 - Tokyo DisneySea
- Stay in Tokyo
- Breakfast Included

In the morning, after having breakfast, you will reach Disneysea by rail. Your rail pass will already be arranged by Lestacworld. In addition, your Disney World pass has already been purchased.

Things you can do in Disney Sea -
1) You can play Penny Arcade in Disney Sea Tokyo
2)You can Explore western river Railroad
3)Enjoy pirates of Carribean
4)Amazing Jungle cruise - The wildlife expedition in Disney Sea Tokyo
5)See the the Swiss family tree house
6)The Enchanted Tiki room
7)Westernland Shooting Gallery
8)Country Bear Theatre
9)Mark Twain Riverboat
10)Tom Sawyer Island rafts
11) Big Thunder Mountain

Etc, etc.

In the evening, you will reach back to your hotel on your own with the help of your rail pass. Have an amazing sleep after a tiring day.
End of Day 4 of your 10 nights Japan tour package.
Day 5 - A free day on Tokyo for shopping
Tokyo is a great place to go shopping because it has so many department stores, malls, boutiques, and markets. Here are some of the best places to go shopping in Tokyo if you have a day off and want to treat yourself to some retail therapy.

Ginza is known as Tokyo's best shopping area. It has high-end department stores like Mitsukoshi, Matsuya, and Wako, as well as luxury brand boutiques, art galleries, and gourmet restaurants. On weekends, traffic isn't allowed on Chuo-dori, the main street, which makes it a nice place to walk and shop.

Shibuya is a young, hip area that is popular with both locals and tourists who care about fashion. There are a number of shopping malls in the area, such as Shibuya 109, which focuses on fashion for women, and Shibuya Hikarie, which has high-end boutiques and a theatre. Here is also the well-known Shibuya Crossing, which is the busiest pedestrian crossing in the world.

Harajuku is a must-see for fashion lovers because it is known for its unique style and weird culture. The narrow streets are lined with small shops and larger stores like the famous Kiddy Land. The small shops sell everything from vintage clothes to hand-made accessories. Takeshita Street is the main shopping street, and it's always busy, especially on the weekends.

Akihabara is the place to go if you like electronics, anime, or video games. The area is full of maid cafes and arcades, as well as stores that sell the newest gadgets, video games, manga, and anime merchandise. Don't forget to stop by the famous Yodobashi Camera, a huge electronics store with many floors.

Tsukiji Outer Market: The famous Tsukiji Fish Market has moved to a new location, but the Tsukiji Outer Market is still a busy place for foodies and souvenir hunters. People selling fresh seafood, fruit, sweets, and traditional Japanese goods line the narrow streets. It's a great place to try dishes like sushi, tempura, and oysters that are popular in the area.

Tokyo has so many places to shop that you are sure to find something that fits your style and interests. Just make sure to wear shoes that are comfortable and bring a couple of shopping bags, because you're likely to find some great deals and unique items.
Day 6 - Checkout from Tokyo Hotel + Mt. Fuji & Hakone Tour + Checkin to Osaka tour
Breakfast and packing for the hotel's departure from Tokyo will take place in the morning. After leaving your hotel, contact the station where you arrived and ask for a train to the fifth station, which is Mt. Fuji.

To sum up, Fuji is the highest mountain in Japan.

Japan's Mt. Fuji is an active volcano. Around 100 km to the southwest of Tokyo. "Fuji-san" is the highest peak in Japan, at an impressive 3,776 metres tall. For millennia, people have been making the ascent to the peak of this mountain. There are three sacred mountains in Japan, and this one is among them. Prints featuring this instantly recognisable silhouette were popular during the Edo era, when painters like Hokusai and Hiroshige were active.

See the Hakone Sky Gondola after you've seen Mount Fuji.

Visitors on the Hakone Round Course often stop at the Hakone Ropeway, a popular tourist destination. Beginning from Sounzan Station at the terminus of the Hakone Tozan Cablecar, the line proceeds to Togendai Station, with intermediate stops at Owakudani and Ubako (on the edge of Lake Ashinoko). The Hakone Free Pass entitles the holder to unlimited ropeway rides.

There are ten seats in each of the ropeway's gondolas, and they leave the station once each minute. A trip on the ropeway from one end to the other takes around a half an hour. Travelers can observe the sulfuric hot spring sources between Sounzan and Owakudani in the Owakudani Valley. Lake Ashinoko and Mount Fuji can be seen from the area between Owakudani and Togendai on a clear day. At Owakudani, you'll have to switch gondolas, but at Ubako, you won't.

Let's skip the valley tour and go straight to the Pirates Boat Ride instead.
You can see Mount Fuji from many different vantage points, but only on Lake Ashinoko can you do it while sailing about aboard a wooden pirate ship and having a good time.

Overlooking Hakone, Japan's Lake Ashi in a blood-red pirate ship. next to a big concentration of swan boats in the summer. The location is ideal for taking in views of Mount Fuji.

Following today's fantastic sightseeing, you'll board the bullet train for the trip to Osaka. With the assistance of a prearranged rail pass, you can take the bullet train across Japan.

As you arrive in Osaka, make your way to your hotel for some much-needed relaxation.

The 6th day of your 10-night trip to Japan is now complete.
Day 7 - Kyoto & Nara Full day Tour from Osaka
- Stay in Osaka
- Breakfast and Lunch included

Get ready for your full-day excursion to Kyoto and Nara after breakfast. You will take the train from Osaka to Kyoto. If you have a rail pass, you can use it here as well.
The first thing we'll do when we go to Kyoto is check out Nijo Castle. Nijo Castle () in Kyoto was built for Tokugawa Ieyasu, the first shogun of the Edo Period (1603-1867). (1603-1867). In the intervening 23 years, his grandson Iemitsu completed the palace buildings and erected the five-story castle keep to the fortification. Until the fall of the Tokugawa Shogunate in 1867, Nijo Castle served as the Imperial Palace. After that, it was donated to the city and opened to the public. The castle's palace buildings are considered to be among the best examples of mediaeval Japanese castle palace architecture still remaining, which led to its inclusion on the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1994. Gardens separate the Honmaru (the main defensive ring) from the Ninomaru (the secondary ring) at Nijo Castle. The entire Honmaru and castle grounds are surrounded by stone walls and moats.

The next stop is the Golden Pavilion Temple of Kinkakuji (Golden Pavillion)

Kyoto, Japan is home to the Kinkaku-ji Temple, also known as Rokuon-ji. A place of worship for Zen Buddhists. It's one of Kyoto's most famous landmarks, so naturally lots of people visit it every year.

Tourist attractions in Nara, Japan: Todaiji Temple and Nara Park with Deer

Tdai-ji is the name of a collection of Buddhist temples in Nara, Japan. This temple was once regarded as one of the Seven Great Temples' most important buildings. Despite being established in 738 CE, the public did not have access to Tdai-ji until the year 752 CE.

Holy Site of Kasuga Taisha

There is a Shinto temple dedicated to the god Kasuga-taisha in the Japanese city of Nara, which is found in the prefecture of the same name. It is the shrine that the Fujiwara family first established in 768 CE and has since renovated several times. Many stone lanterns line the path to the shrine, and the interior is renowned for the numerous bronze lanterns that decorate it.

Upon completion of the aforementioned activities, you will be transferred to the Kyoto train station, from which you can board a train back to Osaka using your rail pass.

Day 7 of your 10-night trip to Japan has come to an end.
Day 8 - Hiroshima & Miyajima Tour from Osaka
- Stay in Osaka
- Breakfast included

After breakfast on the eighth day of your 10-night trip to Japan, you'll go to Hiroshima and Miyajima. You can get to Hiroshima early in the day by taking a bullet train. This is where ferries to Miyajima Island leave.

Shinto Itsukushima Shrine's "floating" torii gate is the main thing to see on this sacred island. In Japan, the island is near the city of Hatsukaichi, which is in the Hiroshima Prefecture. From Miyajimaguchi Station on the main island, you can take a boat.

Miyajima goes back to Hiroshima after visiting the Itsukushima shrine to see the city's Peace Park and the Bomb Dome.

After the tour, you'll take a bullet train back to where you're staying. After this long tour, get a good night's sleep.

The Atomic Bomb Dome, also called the Genbaku Dome, at the Hiroshima Peace Monument was put on the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1996. It might be at the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park in Japan.
Day 9 - Checkout from Osaka Hotel + Sharing transfer to Osaka Airport + Flight to Okinawa + checkin to Okinawa hotel
- Stay in Okinawa
- Breakfast Included

You should leave the Osaka hotel after breakfast in the morning. Depending on when your flight is, you will take a shared taxi to Osaka Airport. Then, you'll fly to Okinawa, where our staff will set up rides to the hotel with other guests. You can look around for the rest of the day.
After that, we'll go to Osaka Castle. The Osaka Castle is a castle in the neighbourhood of Ch-ku in Osaka. The castle was built in the 1600s during the Azuchi-Momoyama period. It is one of Japan's most famous landmarks and was very important to the unification of the country at that time.

After Osaka Castle visit Osaka Aqua Liner

You should leave the Osaka hotel after breakfast in the morning. Depending on when your flight is, you will take a shared taxi to Osaka Airport. Then, you'll fly to Okinawa, where our staff will set up rides to the hotel with other guests. You can look around for the rest of the day.

Day 9 of your 9-night trip to Japan is over.
Day 9 - A free day in Okinawa to explore the beaches on your own
Stay in Okinawa
- Breakfast included

You will wake up in the morning and have breakfast. It will be a leisurely day for you to explore this amazing island. Let the tourist in you enjoy the beautiful shores of the island. There are other historic and memorable things you can explore.Some of the beaches in Okinawa -

Okinawa is a beautiful island prefecture in Japan, located in the southernmost part of the country. It is known for its stunning beaches, crystal clear waters, and rich marine life. Here are some of the top beaches in Okinawa that are worth a visit:

Emerald Beach: Located on the west coast of Okinawa Island, Emerald Beach is a popular destination for swimming and snorkeling. The beach gets its name from its emerald green waters, which are particularly clear in the summer months. There is also an aquarium nearby, which is home to many marine species found in the area.

Nishihama Beach: Nishihama Beach is located on Hateruma Island, the southernmost island of Japan. The beach is known for its pristine white sand and clear blue waters, making it an ideal spot for swimming and sunbathing. The island itself is also a great destination for snorkeling and diving.

Sesoko Beach: Sesoko Beach is located on Sesoko Island, just off the coast of Okinawa Island. The beach is popular with families, as it has shallow waters and a wide beach area for kids to play. The crystal clear waters also make it a great spot for snorkeling and diving.

Manza Beach: Manza Beach is located on the west coast of Okinawa Island, near the famous Churaumi Aquarium. The beach is known for its beautiful coral reefs, making it a popular destination for snorkeling and diving. There are also several resorts and restaurants in the area, making it a great spot for a day trip.

Yonaha Maehama Beach: Yonaha Maehama Beach is located on Miyako Island, which is known for its stunning beaches and crystal clear waters. The beach has pristine white sand and is surrounded by lush greenery, making it a beautiful spot for relaxation and water activities.

These are just a few of the many beautiful beaches in Okinawa. Whether you're looking for a quiet spot to relax or an adventurous destination for water sports, Okinawa's beaches have something for everyone.
Day 10 - Checkout from Hotel + Transfer to Airport + End of 10 nights Japan tour packages
- Departure
- Breakfast Included

On this day in the morning, you will have breakfast and then check out of the hotel. You will be transferred to Okinawa's Naha Airport on a SIC basis. This concludes your 10 nights Japan tour package.


  • 04 nights' hotel accommodation in Tokyo with breakfast
  • 04 nights’ accommodation with breakfast at a hotel in Osaka
  • 02 nights’ accommodation with breakfast at a hotel in Okinawa
  • Transfers and sightseeing on an SIC (Sharing) basis as per the itinerary
  • 7-Day Japan Rail Pass (Ordinary Seat)
  • Applicable hotel taxes
  • International and domestic airfare
  • Japan Tourist Visa
  • Accommodation tax: 100–300 yen per night will be imposed as accommodation tax on guests staying at accommodations.
  • Any meals not specified in the tour itinerary.
  • Any travel or health insurance or any personal expenses

Cities involved in this Tour Package


Transfers Type

Sharing Transfers

Tour's Location

Mount Fuji, Kitayama, Fujinomiya, Shizuoka, Japan


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