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6 nights Japan Tour Package

Tokyo, Japan
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6 nights Japan tour Package (3N Tokyo + 3N Osaka)

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6 nights Japan Tour Package

6 nights Japan Tour Package – If you are seeking for an experience that combines breathtaking natural landscapes, vibrant city life, and diverse cultural traditions, then a tour of Japan that lasts for six nights is the ideal option for you. This journey provides a one-of-a-kind opportunity to witness both Japan’s old customs and its cutting-edge modern culture, a country renowned for its ability to deftly combine the two. You will get the opportunity to tour a wide variety of locations and immerse yourself in the interesting history and culture of the country, from the crowded streets of Tokyo to the peaceful gardens of Kyoto, among other places of interest. You will have everything you need to make the most of your stay in Japan if you purchase this 6 nights tour package. Included in this package are accommodations, transportation, and guided tours. This tour will provide you with an unforgettable experience that will leave you with memories that will last a lifetime, regardless of whether it is your first time visiting Japan or you have been extensively over the world.

From its futuristic cities to its tranquil countryside, Japan offers a range of experiences that are sure to leave you in awe. This 6-night tour package is carefully crafted to give you a taste of everything that Japan has to offer, with visits to some of the country’s most iconic landmarks, cultural sites, and natural wonders.

Overall, this 6-night Japan tour package is an excellent choice for those who want to experience the best of Japan in a limited time frame. Whether you’re a solo traveler, a couple, or a group of friends, this tour is sure to leave you with unforgettable memories that you’ll cherish for years to come. So why wait? Book your Japan tour today and get ready for the adventure of a lifetime!


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  • Shibuya Crossing
  • Tokyo Skytree
  • Imperial Palace
  • Kinkaku-ji Temple
  • Meiji Shrine
  • Todai Ji Temple
  • Miyajima island
  • Hiroshima
  • Nijo Castle
  • Nara
  • Mt. Fuji
  • Hakone Tour


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

You can anticipate starting your Japan vacation package with the first day in Tokyo, where we will be waiting for your arrival. This 6 nights tour package of Japan will prove to be amazing for you. After you have finished checking in and completing any necessary papers, the manager of our activity will personally lead you to your vehicle so that you may continue on with the rest of your day. After that, a transfer will take you to your hotel so that you can check in and get settled before continuing on your journey.

Let yourself some time to relax and clean up before getting ready for your tour of the Tokyo Sky Tree in the evening. After you have booked into your hotel in Tokyo and been situated there, give yourself some time to unwind and relax. At 19:00, the Tokyo Sky Tree Tour will no longer be able to welcome any additional passengers because it will have reached its maximum capacity. You will be collected from the hotel at the time that was agreed upon in advance to be the time at which you would be collected.

At the "TOKYO SKYTREE TEMPO DECK (350 m)," which is located 350 meters above ground and has enormous glass panels that are 5 meters high for a panoramic view in all directions, visitors may see as far as 70 kilometers from the base of the SKYTREE. This observation deck is positioned at an elevation of 350 meters above ground. This particular observation platform may be found at the "TOKYO SKYTREE TEMBO DECK (350 m)."
Day 2 - Tokyo Morning city Tour (Imperial Palace + Meiji Shrine + Shibuya Crossing)
- Stay in Tokyo Hotel
- Breakfast Included this day

Breakfast will be provided in the morning of day 2 of your 6 nights tour package of Japan. After you have finished eating breakfast, you should start getting ready for a morning tour of Tokyo's sights. After being picked up from your hotel, you will be taken to the places listed in the following paragraphs:

It would be a mistake to skip seeing the Imperial Palace and the Meiji Shrine.
In 1958, work on the Tokyo Tower began in the Shiba-koen area of the Minato district in the city of Tokyo. The Minato district is home to the city's financial district. This well-known building is also known in Japan by the name Nippon Denpa, which literally translates as "Japan Radio Tower." It is the second-tallest structure in the entirety of Japan, standing at a height of 332.9 meters (1,092 feet). White and international orange were selected for the paint scheme of the lattice tower for the same reason that the Eiffel Tower was designed the way it was: to deter aircraft from colliding with it.

The Meiji Jingu Shrine may be found in the city of Tokyo.

Everybody who visits the shrine, regardless of whether they are locals or visitors, has the chance to experience emotional and spiritual solace as a result of the temple's stunning construction and the serene atmosphere that it exudes. The construction of this shrine began in 1920 as a way to pay homage to Meiji and Shoken, the first modern emperor and empress of Japan. The shrine was designed to be a place of worship for the Shinto religion. It is said that the shrine has only been around for a short while.

The Imperial Palace or House of the Emperor

The Shenyang Imperial Palace is comprised of 114 distinct structures, each of which contributes to the overall complex. During the reign of the Qing dynasty, it was constructed. Around the year 1625 or 1626, construction of these buildings began, and it did not end until the year 1783. The structure, which was constructed at the beginning of China's most recent dynasty, today serves as the location of a sizable library. This took place before the dynasty in the center of the country became more dominant and transferred the capital to where Beijing is presently located.

Discover the lively area of Shibuya and pay a visit to Shibuya Crossing, which is widely regarded as one of the busiest pedestrian crossings in the world. After you've finished your day here, head back to your hotel.
Day 3 - Tokyo DisneySea
- Stay in Tokyo
- Breakfast Included

You will travel by rail to Disney World in the morning after breakfast. Lestacworld will have already arranged for your rail pass. Your Disney World pass has also already been purchased.

Things to do in Disney Sea Tokyo: 1) Play penny arcade games in Disney Sea Tokyo.
2) Explore the Western River Railroad.
3) Enjoy Caribbean pirates.
4)Amazing Jungle Cruise - The Disney Sea Tokyo Wildlife Expedition
Visit the Swiss Family Tree House, the Enchanted Tiki Room, the Westernland Shooting Gallery, and the Country Bear Theatre.
9) The Mark Twain Riverboat; 10) The Tom Sawyer Island Rafts (Big Thunder Mountain, No. 11), and so forth.

You will return to your accommodation on your own in the evening, using your rail pass. After a long day, treat yourself to a good night's sleep.
end of Day 3 of your 6 nights Japan tour package.
Day 4 - Checkout from Tokyo Hotel + Mt. Fuji & Hakone Tour + Checkin to Osaka hotel
- Stay in Kyoto Hotel
- Breakfast Included this day

In the morning, you will want to get some breakfast and then get ready to check out of the hotel in Tokyo. After you have finished checking out of the hotel, make your way to the station and board a train to Mt. Fuji, which is the fifth station.

Mt. Fuji Facts-

Japan's most famous mountain, Fuji, is an active volcano. About one hundred kilometers southwest of Tokyo is where you'll find it. The mountain known as "Fuji-san" has an elevation of 3,776 meters, making it the highest peak in the country. People have been making the ascent all the way to the peak of the mountain for millennia. It is considered to be one of the three mountains in Japan that hold religious significance. Prints using this instantly recognizable silhouette were created during the Edo period by painters such as Hokusai and Hiroshige, amongst others.

After you've finished exploring Mt. Fuji, go on over to the Hakone Sky Gondola.

Visitors to the Hakone Round Course are likely to stop at the well-known attraction known as the Hakone Ropeway. It begins its journey from Sounzan Station, which serves as the terminal for the Hakone Tozan Cablecar, and travels all the way to Togendai Station, making stops at Owakudani and Ubako stations along the way (on the edge of Lake Ashinoko) (on the edge of Lake Ashinoko). With the Hakone Free Pass, you are permitted to take the ropeway as many times as your heart desires.

The ropeway operates at a rate of one departure from the station every minute, and each of its gondolas has a capacity of up to ten passengers. It takes around half an hour to ride the ropeway all the way to the opposite terminal from where it begins. Between Sounzan and Owakudani, travelers have the opportunity to view the sulfuric hot spring sources that are active in the Owakudani Valley. Between Owakudani and Togendai, visitors may, according to the whims of the elements, catch a glimpse of Mount Fuji and Lake Ashinoko. You will need to swap gondolas when you reach Owakudani, but this won't be necessary when you reach Ubako.

After we finish our tour of the valley, let's head on over to the Pirates Boat Cruise.
There are other locations that offer spectacular perspectives of Mount Fuji, but only on Lake Ashinoko can you board a traditional wooden pirate ship, soak in the scenery, and have a good time doing it all at the same time.

A blood-red pirate ship carried us over Lake Ashi in Hakone, Japan, as we made our way there. It is in close proximity to a very large number of swan boats during the summer. The view of Mount Fuji from this location is incomparable to any other.

Following the thrilling things you saw today, you will board the bullet train and go to Osaka. With the assistance of a rail pass that has been obtained for you, traveling on the bullet train in Japan is now something that is conceivable.

After arriving in Osaka, check into a hotel and give yourself some time to rest and recuperate. end of day 4 of your 6 nights Japan tour package.
Day 5 - Kyoto & Nara Full day Tour from Osaka
- Stay in Kyoto Hotel
- Breakfast Included this day

After you have finished breakfast in the morning, get ready for your full-day adventure to Kyoto and Nara. From Osaka, you will make your way to Kyoto via bullet train. In this location, your train pass will also be valid.
As soon as we get to Kyoto, we are going to head straight to Nijo Castle to start our sightseeing. Nijo Castle in Kyoto was built as a house for Tokugawa Ieyasu, the first shogun of the Edo Period. He was responsible for the construction of the castle (1603–1867). (1603–1867). 23 years later, his grandson Iemitsu put the finishing touches on the palace buildings and added a castle keep with five stories to the fortification. Nijo Castle was the Imperial Palace until the year 1867, when it was donated to the city and opened to the public as a historical site. Today, visitors can tour the castle and learn about its history. The palace buildings inside the castle were deemed worthy of inclusion on the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites in 1994 due to the fact that they are some of the best examples of Japanese castle palace architecture that have been preserved from the feudal period. Nijo Castle is home to the Honmaru, which is known as the primary defensive ring; the Ninomaru, which is known as the secondary ring; and the gardens that are located in between. constructing stone walls and moats all around the Honmaru and the grounds of the castle.
8:00 AM - Pick-up from your hotel in Osaka
Your tour guide will pick you up from your hotel in Osaka and take you to the train station.

8:45 AM - Depart from Shin-Osaka Station
You will take the train from Shin-Osaka Station to Kyoto Station.

10:00 AM - Arrival in Kyoto
Upon arrival in Kyoto, your guide will take you to Kinkaku-ji Temple, also known as the Golden Pavilion, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

11:00 AM - Nijo Castle
You will visit Nijo Castle, which was built in the 17th century and is known for its beautiful gardens and the "nightingale floors" that make a chirping sound when walked upon.

12:30 PM - Lunch in Kyoto
You will have lunch in Kyoto, where you can try the city's famous dish, kaiseki ryori, a traditional multi-course Japanese meal.

2:00 PM - Fushimi Inari Shrine
You will visit the Fushimi Inari Shrine, which is famous for its thousands of torii gates that lead to the summit of Mount Inari.

4:00 PM - Departure to Nara
You will take the train from Kyoto to Nara, which is known for its ancient temples and friendly deer that roam freely around the city.

5:00 PM - Todai-ji Temple
You will visit Todai-ji Temple, which houses the world's largest bronze statue of Buddha, as well as other important cultural artifacts.

6:30 PM - Drop-off at your hotel in Osaka
Your guide will drop you off at your hotel in Osaka, marking the end of the Kyoto and Nara full-day tour.

This will be the end of the 5th day of your 6 nights Japan tour package.
Day 6 - Hiroshima & Miyajima Tour from Osaka
-Stay in Osaka
-Breakfast i included on this day

6:30 AM - Pick-up from your hotel in Osaka
Your tour guide will pick you up from your hotel in Osaka and take you to the train station.

7:15 AM - Depart from Shin-Osaka Station
You will take the bullet train from Shin-Osaka Station to Hiroshima Station.

9:10 AM - Arrival in Hiroshima
Upon arrival in Hiroshima, your guide will take you to the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park and Museum, where you will learn about the city's tragic history and the events that led to the atomic bombing. You will also visit the Atomic Bomb Dome, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

11:30 AM - Lunch in Hiroshima
You will have lunch in Hiroshima, where you can try the city's famous dish, okonomiyaki, a savory pancake filled with vegetables, meat, and seafood.

1:00 PM - Ferry to Miyajima Island
You will take a ferry from Hiroshima to Miyajima Island, which is famous for its beautiful scenery and the Itsukushima Shrine, which features a torii gate that appears to be floating in the water.

2:00 PM - Miyajima Island Sightseeing
You will have free time to explore the island's attractions, such as the Daisho-in Temple, the Miyajima Public Aquarium, and the Momijidani Park.

4:30 PM - Departure from Miyajima Island
You will take the ferry back to Hiroshima and then the bullet train back to Osaka.

7:30 PM - Drop-off at your hotel in Osaka
Your guide will drop you off at your hotel in Osaka, marking the end of the Hiroshima and Miyajima tours. end of Day 6 of a 6 nights Japan tour package.
Day 7- Checkout from Osaka Hotel + Transfer to Airport on Sic basis + end of 6 nights Japan tour package
You will check out of the hotel the next day after breakfast on the day in question. You will catch the bullet train and reach Tokyo's international airport from Kyoto. Your vacation package to Japan will end here after a total of 6 nights there.

End of 6 nights Japan tour package with lots of amazing memories


  • 03 nights' hotel accommodation in Tokyo with breakfast
  • 03 nights’ accommodation with breakfast at a hotel in Osaka
  • Shibuya Crossing
  • Tokyo Skytree
  • Imperial Palace
  • Kinkaku-ji Temple
  • Meiji Shrine
  • Todai Ji Temple
  • Miyajima island
  • Hiroshima
  • Nijo Castle
  • Nara
  • Mt. Fuji
  • Hakone TourTransfers and sightseeing on an SIC (Sharing) basis as per the itinerary
  • 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

Tokyo, Japan


Does Lestacworld has expertise for Japan tour package ?
Lestacworld is one of the best travel companies that helps people from all over the world plan trips to Japan. Thousands of travelers on Japan tours have already received satisfactory services from our team. That is why there is a general belief that Lestacworld is the best travel company for Japan tours.
Is Visa Included in the package ?
Visa, if required, is not included in the package. We don't deal in visa services, but our executive can connect you with preferable visa service providers.
Can we customise the itinerary as per our own preferences ?
Yes, itineraries can be customized as per your own preferences. You can get in touch with our executives, who will help you with the exact cost of your preferred itinerary.
Where do we exist ?
Lestacworld legally exists in the USA, Indonesia, and India.
What are do's and dont's in this 6 nights Japan tour package ?
Sure, here are some general dos and don'ts to keep in mind during a 5 nights Japan tour package:


Learn some basic Japanese phrases and customs. This will show respect to the locals and make it easier to navigate the country.
Do carry cash with you, as many places in Japan do not accept credit cards or foreign debit cards.
Do try the local food and drinks, as Japan is known for its delicious cuisine and unique drinks.
Do take your shoes off when entering temples, shrines, and traditional Japanese buildings.
Plan ahead and make reservations, especially during peak travel times, to ensure you can visit the places you want to see.
Do respect the rules and customs, such as not eating while walking and not talking on the phone in trains or buses.

Don't litter or smoke in public areas, as Japan is known for its cleanliness and strict laws regarding smoking in public.
Don't be overly loud or disruptive in public places, as Japanese culture values politeness and quietness.
Don't tip in restaurants, as it is not customary in Japan and may be seen as rude.
When you go to a temple or shrine, don't wear clothes that are too revealing or too casual. This could be seen as rude.
Don't be late for appointments or meetings, as punctuality is highly valued in Japanese culture.
Don't forget to bow as a sign of respect when greeting or saying goodbye to locals, especially those in the service industry.
These are just a few examples of dos and don'ts in Japan, and there may be more specific customs or rules depending on the location or situation. It's always a good idea to do research and familiarize yourself with local customs before visiting any foreign country.
Can i pay online now for this 6 nights Japan tour package ?
Yes, our portal uses real-time booking technology. If you are satisfied with the plan, you can book the package now. After you make the payment, our executives will connect with you to make your post-payment journey smooth.


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