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13 days Japan Tour Package

Tokyo, Japan
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13 days Japan Tour Package

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Daily Tour

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Overview

13 days Japan tour Package

In this 13 days Japan tour package, we will make you explore all major sightseeing of this Beautiful Asian country. We will visit Tokyo, Okinawa, Osaka, Kyoto and Hiroshima in this package. This 13 days Japan Itinerary will be a collaboration of nature, historical and family tours.

You will be able to explore the delights of this incredible country from the peaks of the mountains to the depths of the sea, from the neon-lit streets to the peaceful Zen temples, from the calming waters of the onsen to the sushi and ramen that will satisfy your hunger.

In spite of the fact that Japan has one of the most modern economies and technological systems in the world, it also has a cultural history that dates back to before 1950 that is both rich and intriguing. Japan has one of the highest literacy rates in the world as a result of the significant amount of money that is put into the education of its youngsters. It may appear that the old and the modern in Japan are at conflict with one another when compared to one another, but this is not always the case. The Japanese have a strong appreciation for natural beauty and a focus on shape and harmony, as seen in the gardens and towns of Kyoto, for example.

 

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Highlights

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

Itinerary

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 13 days Japan tour package, you will arrive at Tokyo's airport. Here is where you will finish off any paperwork that needs to be done and connect with our activity manager, who will then show you the way to your vehicle. After that, you will be delivered to your hotel, and check-in will take place there.

After checking into your hotel, you will rest and prepare for your evening Sky Tree Tour of Tokyo. The last entry time for the Tokyo Sky Tree Tour is 19:00. You will be picked up from the hotel accordingly.

Rising 350 meters above the ground, the "TOKYO SKYTREE TEMBO DECK (350 m)" is covered in huge 5-meter-high glass for a 360-degree panoramic view, allowing visitors to see from the base of SKYTREE up to 70 kilometers away in the distance.
Day 2 - Tokyo Morning city Tour (Tickets on own)
- Stay in Tokyo
- Breakfast Included

On day 2 of your 13 days Japan tour package, you will have breakfast in the morning. After having breakfast, get ready for the morning city tour of Tokyo. You will be picked up from Hotel and then will be taken to -

Tokyo Tower
Meiji Shrine
Imperial Palace

Tokyo Tower

Japan's Tokyo Tower is a communications and observation tower that was built in 1958 in the Shiba-koen neighborhood of Minato, Tokyo. Its official name is Nippon denpa, which means "Japan Radio Tower." It is the second-tallest building in Japan at 332.9 meters (1,092 feet). The white and international orange paint on the lattice tower meets air safety rules similar to those that made it look like the Eiffel Tower.

Meiji Shrine

Both tourists and Shinto practitioners will find the shrine's daily ceremonies, beautiful architecture, and picturesque grounds to make it an experience they will remember fondly and one that will refresh them spiritually. In 1920, Emperor Meiji and Empress Shoken, Japan's first modern emperor and empress, had this temple built to honor them. The shrine is considered to be of relatively recent construction.

Imperial Palace

There are 114 buildings that make up the Imperial Palace of the Qing Dynasty in Shenyang. Construction on these structures began between 1625 and 1626 and continued until 1783. It is a reminder of the start of the last dynasty that ruled China, and it has a large library. This was before that dynasty spread its power to the middle of the country and transferred the capital to Beijing.

You will have the rest of the day to explore Tokyo on your own after returning to your hotel from the Japan morning city tour.
Day 3 - Kamakura & Enoshima Tour from Tokyo
- Stay in Tokyo
- Breakfast included today
- Lunch included today

In the morning, after breakfast, get ready for the Kamakura and Enoshima Tour from Tokyo.You will be picked up at Keio Plaza.

From the hotel, you will be taken to the Matcha Green Tea Experience at Jomyo-ji Temple. Like Kyoto, Kamakura is a historic city that once served as the capital of Japan. Relax with some matcha green tea and Japanese pastries after exploring the vast temple grounds. Many of the cafes described here can be found in religious buildings. There is a lot of peace at the temples, which have beautiful, evergreen bamboo woods and cool "rock and sand gardens." Your journey to Kamakura wouldn't be complete without a memorable coffee break at a shrine.
Then you will be taken to Hkoku-ji, which is an old temple in the Kench-ji school of the Rinzai sect of Zen Buddhism located in Kamakura, Japan. Famous for its bamboo garden, it is also known as "Bamboo Temple." A statue of Gautama Buddha, called Shaka Nyorai in Japanese, in a sacred hall is the temple's principal image.
After spending some time in Hokujo, let us move ahead to Ktoku-in, which is a Buddhist temple of the Jdo-sh sect in the city of Kamakura in Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan. Its mountain name is Taiizan, and its common temple name is Shjsen-ji.
Now, at the end, it is time to explore Enoshima. Located in Kanagawa Prefecture, Enoshima is a small island off the coast of Shnan. The Buddhist goddess Benzaiten is honored at the nearby Enoshima Shrine. The area is also home to the Enospa hot springs and the English-style Samuel Cocking Garden, along with the Sea Candle lighthouse, which dates back to the 19th century. Among the many things to see at the Iwaya Caves are tidal pools and Buddhist monuments. A number of popular beaches on the mainland offer breathtaking views of the island.

From Enoshima, you will come back to the hotel and have some rest.
Day 4 - Tokyo DisneySea - it will prove to be the most enjoyable day in your 13 days Japan tour package
- 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.
Day 5 - Enjoy your second day in Disney sea
- Stay in Tokyo
- Breakfast included

Again in the morning, after having breakfast in the hotel, start your train journey to Disney World. Well, you can start exploring from where you left off the previous day.

Few things are -
1)Splash Mountain in Critter Country
2)Beaver Brothers explorer Canoes
3)Alice tea party at Fantasy Land
4)Castle Carrousel
5)Snow Whites adventures
6)Cinderella's fairy tail hall
7)Dumbo the flying Elephant
8) Peter Pan's flight
9)Pooh's Hunny Hunt
10)Haunter Mansion

Etc etc
Day 6 - Checkout from Tokyo Hotel + Mt. Fuji & Hakone Tour + Checkin to Osaka tour
- Stay in Osaka
- Breakfast Included

In the morning, have breakfast and get ready for checkout from the Tokyo hotel. After checking out of the hotel, reach out to your station and get a train to Mt. Fuji, which is the 5th station.

About Mt. Fuji-

Mt. Fuji is a volcano in Japan that is still active. It is about 100 kilometers southwest of Tokyo. At an amazing 3,776 meters in height, "Fuji-san" holds the title of the highest mountain in the country. People have been making the journey to the summit of this mountain for many centuries. It is considered to be one of Japan's three sacred mountains. During the Edo period, artists like Hokusai and Hiroshige, among others, made prints with this silhouette that is easy to recognize.

After Mt. Fuji, proceed to the Hakone Sky Gondola.

The Hakone Ropeway is a well-known attraction that people who are doing the Hakone Round Course come to see. From Sounzan Station, which is at the conclusion of the Hakone Tozan Cablecar, it travels to Togendai Station, making stops at Owakudani and Ubako stations along the way (on the edge of Lake Ashinoko). With the Hakone Free Pass, you can ride the ropeway as many times as you want.

On the ropeway, there are gondolas that can carry up to ten people in total, and they depart the station once each minute. Riding the ropeway all the way to the other end from the beginning takes approximately half an hour. Between Sounzan and Owakudani, travelers can see the Owakudani Valley's active sulfuric hot spring sources. Between Owakudani and Togendai, travelers can see Lake Ashinoko and Mount Fuji, provided that the weather cooperates. When you get to Owakudani, you'll have to swap gondolas, but when you get to Ubako, you won't have to do that.

After the valley tour, let us move ahead to Pirates Boat Cruise
There are many locations that offer spectacular views of Mount Fuji, but only on Lake Ashinoko can you board a wooden pirate ship, take in the sights, and have fun doing it all at the same time.

On a blood-red pirate ship, we sailed over Lake Ashi in Hakone, Japan. in close proximity to a large number of swan boats during the summertime. In terms of viewing Mount Fuji, the location just cannot be beat.

After the amazing site-seeing today, you will start your bullet train journey to Osaka. You can do this bullet train journey in Japan with the help of a rail pass arranged for you.

After reaching Osaka, checkin to hotel and have rest.
Day 7 - Kyoto & Nara Full day Tour from Osaka
- Stay in Osaka
- Breakfast and Lunch included

In the morning, after breakfast, get ready for your Kyoto and Nara full-day tour.You will travel from Osaka to Kyoto by rail. Your rail pass will work here as well.
After reaching Kyoto, we will start with exploring Nijo Castle. Tokugawa Ieyasu, the first shogun of the Edo Period, had Nijo Castle () constructed in Kyoto for him to live in (1603-1867). It was his grandson, Iemitsu, 23 years later, who finished the palace buildings and added the five-story castle keep to the fortress.Nijo Castle was the Imperial Palace until the fall of the Tokugawa Shogunate in 1867, when it was donated to the city and opened to the public as a historical landmark. The castle was named a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1994 because its palace buildings are among the outstanding surviving examples of castle palace architecture from Japan's feudal era.At Nijo Castle, you'll find the Honmaru (the primary defensive ring), the Ninomaru (the secondary ring), and the gardens in between. Stone walls and moats enclose the entire Honmaru and castle grounds.

Then to Kinkakuji Temple (Golden Pavillion)

The Kinkaku-ji Temple, also known as Rokuon-ji, is located in Kyoto, Japan. It is a Zen Buddhist temple. It is one of the most well-known structures in Kyoto and receives a significant number of tourists every year.

The Todaiji Temple & Nara Deer Park

The complex of Buddhist temples known as Tdai-ji may be found in the Japanese city of Nara. It was previously considered one of the most influential of the Seven Great Temples. Tdai-ji was not accessible to the public until the year 752 CE, despite the fact that it was initially founded in the year 738 CE.

Kasuga Taisha Shrine

In Nara, which is located in Nara Prefecture, Japan, there is a Shinto shrine known as Kasuga-taisha. It is the shrine that was founded by the Fujiwara family in 768 CE and has been restored multiple times throughout the course of the ages. The interior is well-known for the numerous bronze lanterns that decorate it, in addition to the numerous stone lanterns that line the path leading up to the shrine.

After all above sightseeing, you will be dropped to Kyoto railway station from where you will return back to Osaka in rail with the help of your rail pass .
Day 8 - Hiroshima & Miyajima Tour from Osaka
- Stay in Osaka
- Breakfast included

On this 8th day of your 13-day Japan tour package, you will visit Hiroshima and Miyajima after having breakfast. In the morning, you will catch the bullet train, which will take you to Hiroshima. Here you will take a ferry to Miyajima Island.

The "floating" torii gate of the Shinto Itsukushima Shrine is the main attraction at this sacred site on the island. The island is in the city of Hatsukaichi in Japan's Hiroshima Prefecture. It can be reached by ferry from Miyajimaguchi Station on the main land.

After exploring Itsukushima shrine, Miyajima gets back to Hiroshima to explore Hiroshima Peace Park and the Bomb Dome.

After the tour, you will be dropped off at Hiroshima Station, from which you will take the bullet train back to the hotel. Have an amazing sleep after this tiring tour.

As a component of the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park in Japan, the Genbaku Dome at the Hiroshima Peace Memorial, which is also known as the Atomic Bomb Dome or the A-Bomb Dome, was included on the UNESCO World Heritage List in the year 1996.
Day 9 - Osaka walking tour
- Stay in Osaka
- Breakfast Included

In the morning, get ready for the Osaka morning tour. First, you will visit the Floating Garden Observatory. Due to its eye-catching appearance, it has become a well-known symbol of Osaka. The Floating Garden Observatory, located 173 meters above ground, offers breathtaking views of Osaka. Walk around in the skies and take in the view from all angles. Any visitor, whatever their age, will find something to love here.

Then we will move ahead to Osaka Castle. The Osaka Castle is a castle in Osaka's Ch-ku neighborhood. The castle, which was built in the 1600s during the Azuchi-Momoyama period, 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

The Aqua-Liner is a glass-roofed cruise ship that provides unobstructed views of Osaka's skyline and can be lowered by 30 centimeters to pass under the tour route's lowest bridges. The cruise has an audio guide that you can listen to in four different languages: Japanese, English, Chinese, and Korean. Osaka Castle, the red brick building of the Osaka Mint Bureau (erected in 1911), and the Neo-Renaissance edifice of the Osaka Central Public Hall (1918) are just a few of the attractions that the audio tour highlights as you make your way across the city.

Return to hotel after all tours.
Day 10 - 1 day tour of Universal Studios Osaka
- Stay in Osaka Hotel
- Breakfast included

In the morning, after breakfast, get ready for the Universal Studios Osaka tour. You'll be taking the medium train again today.

On March 31, 2001, the first Universal Studios theme park was launched in a country other than the United States. The park is owned and operated by NBC Universal's USJ LLC.

This USJ park was the first of its kind in Asia. The Osaka Bay Area theme park debuted in 2001 and is second only to Tokyo Disney Resort in terms of annual attendance in Japan.

It's all here at Universal Studios Japan: Hollywood, New York, San Francisco, Jurassic Park, Waterworld, Amity Village, Universal Wonderland, Minion Park, The Wizarding World of Harry Potter, and Super Nintendo World. The park features Spiderman, Back to the Future, Terminator 2, and Jurassic Park-themed rides and simulators.

Photo ops with Snoopy, Hello Kitty, and the Muppets are also available at the theme park. As part of their daily performances, they have a procession through the streets every night with lights.

After exploring the theme park on your 10th day of 13 days Japan tour package, you will return back to hotel using train medium.
Day 11 - Checkout from Osaka Hotel + Sharing transfer to Osaka Airport + Flight to Okinawa + checkin to Okinawa hotel
- Stay in Okinawa
- Breakfast Included

In the morning, after breakfast, check out of the Osaka hotel. You will be dropped off at Osaka Airport on a shared basis based on your flight schedule. You will then catch the flight to Okinawa, where our team will arrange shared transfers for you to the hotel. Explore for the rest of the day on your own.
Day 12 - A free day in Okinawa to explore 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.
Day 13 - Checkout from Hotel + Transfer to Airport + End of 13 days 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 12-night Japan tour package.

Included/Excluded

  • 05 nights' hotel accommodation in Tokyo with breakfast
  • 05 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

Hiroshima
Japan
Kyota
Okinawa
Osaka
Tokyo

Transfers Type

Ferry
Sharing Transfers
Train

Tour's Location

Tokyo, Japan

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09/01/2023

Bullet train Journeys was best for us

The itinerary was planned in accordance with Bullet train Journeys. We just loved that part of the tour. Japan is no doubt the beautiful country, people and culture here is loveable. Thanks for arranging this Japan tour for us Lestacworld
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Adam Martin
09/01/2023

Loved the country Japan

Me, wife and Daughter went for this tour. We just loved the way itinerary is planned by Lestacworld for Japan tour . Thanks
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