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
The first day of your 7 nights Japan tour package will be spent in Tokyo waiting for your arrival. After you've checked in and filled out all the necessary paperwork, the manager of our event will walk you to your car. After that, a transfer will take you to your hotel so that you can check in.
Take some time to relax and freshen up after checking into your hotel in Tokyo, and then get ready for your nighttime tour of the Tokyo Sky Tree. The Tokyo Sky Tree Tour will no longer be accepting visitors after 19:00. You will be collected from the hotel at the time that was previously arranged.
At the "TOKYO SKYTREE TEMBO DECK (350 m)," which is positioned 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 foot of the SKYTREE.
Day 2 - Tokyo Morning city Tour (Tickets on own)
- Stay in Tokyo
- Breakfast Included
Breakfast will be provided on day two of your 7 nights Japan tour package. It's recommended that you complete breakfast and get ready for a morning of touring in Tokyo as soon as possible. The following places will be visited when you are picked up from your hotel:
Do not leave Tokyo without visiting the Imperial Palace, Meiji Shrine, and the Tokyo Tower.
Here, you may see the Tokyo Skytree.
The Shiba-koen area of Tokyo's Minato district is where building on the Tokyo Tower began that year, in 1958. In Japanese, this landmark is called "Japan Radio Tower," or Nippon Denpa. It is the second tallest building in Japan, standing at a height of 332.9 meters (1,092 feet). The lattice tower's color scheme of white and international orange was chosen for the same reason the Eiffel Tower's design was chosen: to deter aircraft from crashing into it.
Among Tokyo's many attractions is the Meiji Jingu Shrine.
No matter if they are visiting from out of town or right in their own backyard, visitors to the shrine can find solace in the peaceful atmosphere and stunning design of the temple. In 1920, work began on the shrine as a memorial to Meiji and Shoken, Japan's first modern emperor and empress. The shrine reportedly opened not too long ago.
The Palace of the Emperor
The Shenyang Imperial Palace is made up of 114 individual structures. Constructed while the Qing dynasty was in power. From about 1625 or 1626 through 1783, these buildings were being built. A big library now occupies a structure constructed at the beginning of China's most recent dynasty. This occurred before the dynasty centralized control in the country's center and relocated the capital to present-day Beijing.
When the morning city tour is over and you've checked back into your hotel, the rest of the day is yours to do as you want in Tokyo.
Day 3 - Kamakura & Enoshima Tour from Tokyo
- Stay in Tokyo
- Breakfast included today
- Lunch included today
Get ready for your day journey from Tokyo to Kamakura and Enoshima after a hearty breakfast. Please wait in Keio Plaza, as that is where we will meet you.
You won't have to stress over how you're going to get to the Matcha Green Tea Experience at Jomyo-ji Temple because transportation will be provided for you. Kamakura, like Kyoto, was Japan's capital at one point in the country's history. A cup of matcha green tea and some traditional Japanese snacks is the perfect way to unwind after a day of exploring the vast temple grounds. The majority of these cafes are located in churches. The temples and their surrounding surroundings are often cited as examples of tranquility. The area's picturesque bamboo groves and tranquil "rock and sand gardens" are major draws. Visiting Kamakura without stopping for coffee at one of the city's many shrines is like missing out on an essential part of the experience.
After that, you'll take a trip to Kamakura, Japan to visit Hkoku-ji, a Zen temple linked with the Kench-ji school of Rinzai Zen that was built during the Heian period. Its bamboo garden has been so well received that the building has earned the nickname "Bamboo Temple." One can find a statue of Gautama Buddha, or Shaka Nyorai as he is known in Japanese, at the holiest part of the temple. He acts as a sort of ruler over the area.
We will then visit Ktoku-in, a Jdo-sh Buddhist temple in Kamakura, Kanagawa, Japan, after our stay at Hokujo. The nearby mountain is called Taiizan, and the temple that may be visited there is called Shjen-ji.
Finally, a window of opportunity to learn more about Enoshima has opened up. Enoshima is a little island in Kanagawa Prefecture that is off the coast from Shnan. The Buddhist god Benzaiten is venerated at the adjacent Enoshima Shrine. This area is home to the historic Sea Candle lighthouse, built in the 19th century, as well as the Enospa hot springs and the English-style Samuel Cocking Garden. There are many things to see and do inside the Iwaya Caves, including tidal lakes and Buddhist monasteries. On the mainland, you may find a variety of world-famous beaches that offer breathtaking panoramas of the island.
After your visit to Enoshima, you will make your way back to the hotel where you are staying to relax. This brings an end to Day 3 of an 7 nights Japan tour package
Day 4 - Checkout from Tokyo Hotel + Mt. Fuji & Hakone Tour + Checkin to Osaka tour
- Stay in Osaka
- Breakfast Included
After you've finished eating breakfast at the hotel in Tokyo, you should get ready to check out. After you have completed your stay at the hotel, make your way to the railway station so that you may get a trip to Mount Fuji, which is the fifth and last destination along the journey.
The True Nature of Mount Fuji
Even in modern times, the volcano that is Mt. Fuji in Japan continues to spew out lava and ash. Located roughly 100 kilometers to the southwest of Tokyo. "Fuji-san," the name given to Japan's highest mountain, towers an astounding 3,776 meters above sea level. Since the beginning of time, people have been climbing up the mountain to reach its summit. This practice dates back countless years. It is commonly acknowledged as one of the three sacred mountains in Japan. Prints were created during the Edo period by artists such as Hokusai and Hiroshige using this sketch that is instantly recognizable.
After you've finished exploring Mount Fuji, continue on your journey until you reach the Hakone Sky Gondola.
Riding the Hakone Ropeway, a well-liked pastime in the region, is something that many guests to the Hakone Round Course do. From Sounzan Station, where the Hakone Tozan Cablecar begins and finishes, the route travels to Togendai Station, passing past the stations of Owakudani and Ubako along the way (on the edge of Lake Ashinoko). If you have a Hakone Free Pass, you can ride the ropeway as many times as you want without paying an additional fee.
The gondolas of the ropeway leave the station at a rate of one per minute, and each one has a capacity of up to ten passengers. Riding the ropeway all the way from the beginning to the other end takes around half an hour on average. There are active sulfuric hot spring sources in the Owakudani Valley that are accessible to tourists between the towns of Sounzan and Owakudani. Lake Ashinoko and Mount Fuji are visible to tourists traveling between Owakudani and Togendai on days when the weather is clear. You will have to switch gondolas when you get to Owakudani, but not when you get to Ubako.
After completing our tour of the valley, we will then proceed to the Pirates Boat Cruise.
There are several vantage points from which Mount Fuji may be viewed, but only on Lake Ashinoko can visitors experience the mountain while sailing on a traditional wooden pirate ship.
We were transported across Lake Ashi in Hakone, Japan, in a blood-red pirate ship. During the months when the weather is warmer, there are several swan boats to be found in this area. It would be difficult to find a better spot to get a view of Mount Fuji than this one.
After a day filled with amazing attractions, you should head to Osaka on the bullet train. With the assistance of a rail pass that has been arranged for you, you will be able to travel all around Japan by using the bullet train.
Once you've arrived in Osaka, find a hotel and get some rest.
This marks the end of the fisth day of your 8 days Japan tour package
Day 5 - Kyoto & Nara Full day Tour from Osaka
- Stay in Osaka
- Breakfast and Lunch included
Following breakfast in the morning, the rest of the day will be at your own for sightseeing in Kyoto and Nara. There is a train that can carry you from Osaka to Kyoto if you choose to ride it. Your train pass will work for travel on this train as well.
Nijo Castle will be our first destination once we have arrived in Kyoto. First shogun of the Edo period Tokugawa Ieyasu commissioned the construction of Nijo Castle in Kyoto for his own use (1603-1867). 23 years later, his grandson Iemitsu put the finishing touches on the palace structures, along with the construction of the five-story castle keep. Nijo Castle was once used as the Imperial Palace, but in 1867 it was donated to the city of Kyoto and turned into a historical site that the general public can visit. As a result of the fact that the structures within the castle's palace are regarded as some of the finest examples of Japanese castle palace architecture from the feudal era, the castle was included on the UNESCO World Heritage List in the year 1994. The Honmaru, the Ninomaru, and the Gardens in Between are what make up Nijo Castle. The Honmaru is the primary defensive ring, and the Ninomaru is the auxiliary ring. Constructed stone walls and moats all the way around the Honmaru and the grounds of the castle.
The Kinkakuji Temple is the next location on the itinerary (Golden Pavillion)
Rokuon-ji, also known as Kinkaku-ji, is the name of a temple that may be found in Kyoto, Japan. We are currently located inside of a Zen Buddhist monastery. As one of the most well-known sights in all of Kyoto, it draws a significant number of tourists each and every year.
The Todaiji Temple and Park are an important landmark that may be found in Nara.
Tdai-ji is a complex of Buddhist temples that may be seen in Nara, Japan. At one point in time, people believed that it was the most influential of the Seven Great Temples. Tdai-ji was founded in the year 738 CE, but it wasn't until the year 752 CE that it started accepting guests.
Location of the Kasuga Taisha's Holy Grounds
It is possible to visit the Kasuga-taisha Shinto Shrine in the city of Nara, which is located in the Nara Prefecture of Japan. Nara is also the name of the prefecture. It is the shrine that was initially constructed by the Fujiwara family in the year 768 CE and which has been the subject of many renovations over the course of its history. Both the interior of the shrine and the path leading up to it are famously adorned with a large number of bronze lamps and stone lanterns, respectively.
After you have completed your sightseeing in Kyoto, you will be transferred to the train station so that you can use your rail pass to catch a train heading back to Osaka. The 6th day of the 8-day Japan tour package has come to an end.
Day 6 - Hiroshima & Miyajima Tour from Osaka
- Stay in Osaka
- Breakfast included
After you have breakfast on the seventh day of your 8-day Japan trip package, you will depart for Hiroshima and Miyajima, both of which are included in this day's itinerary. You are going to make your journey to Hiroshima using the bullet train, which you are going to board first thing in the morning. It is possible to take a ferry to the island of Miyajima from this port.
Visitors might anticipate finding the island's principal point of attraction at the venerated place on the island known as the Shinto Itsukushima Shrine, which is famous for its torii gate that appears to "float" in the water. The island is contained within the Japanese city of Hatsukaichi, which is found in the Hiroshima Prefecture of the country of Japan. It is possible to reach that location by taking a ferry that departs from Miyajimaguchi Station, which is situated on the principal land.
Miyajima flies all the way back to Hiroshima after paying a visit to the Itsukushima shrine so that he can check out the Hiroshima Peace Park and the Bomb Dome that is located there.
Following the conclusion of the tour, you will be transported back to Hiroshima Station, from whence you can board the subsequent bullet train to return to your accommodation. After that lengthy and taxing tour, I really hope you get some good sleep tonight and wake up feeling refreshed.
The Genbaku Dome at the Hiroshima Peace Memorial, which is also known as the Atomic Bomb Dome or the A-Bomb Dome, was inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List in the year 1996 as a component of the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park in Japan. This honor was bestowed upon the park by the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). This memorial park may be found in Hiroshima, which is located in Japan.
Day 7 - Osaka castle
9:00 AM - Start your day by After breakfast
9:30 AM - Upon arrival at Osaka Castle, head to the Osaka Castle Museum to learn about the castle's history and significance. The museum features a range of exhibits, including interactive displays, artifacts, and models.
10:30 AM - After exploring the museum, make your way to the castle tower. The tower stands at 55 meters tall and offers spectacular views of the city from its observation deck. Take your time to climb to the top, take in the views, and snap some photos.
11:30 AM - Next, visit the Nishinomaru Garden, which is located just outside the castle walls. The garden is a peaceful oasis in the middle of the city and features a range of flora and fauna, including cherry blossom trees, plum trees, and Japanese black pines. Take a stroll through the garden and relax by the water features.
12:30 PM - For lunch, head to the nearby Osaka Castle Park, where you can find a range of food vendors and restaurants. Try some of Osaka's famous street food, such as takoyaki or okonomiyaki.
2:00 PM - After lunch, take a leisurely walk around the castle grounds. The park is home to a range of historic sites and landmarks, including the Otemon Gate, which is one of the original entrances to the castle.
End of 7th Day of 7 nights japan tour Package.
Day 8 - Checkout from Osaka Hotel + end of 7 nights Japan tour package
On the day in question, you will have breakfast at the hotel and then check out at noon. After that, you'll be transferred to the terminal in time for your flight's scheduled takeoff. Remember that most hotels require guests to check out by 11 a.m. After a total of seven nights in Japan, your holiday package will come to a close.
End of the 7-night tour package.
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