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 8 nights Japan tour package, you will arrive in Tokyo. After you've checked in and filled out the paperwork, our activity manager will walk you to your car. Then, you'll be taken to your hotel where you can check in.
Take some time to relax and get ready before your evening Tokyo Sky Tree Tour after you've checked into your hotel. The Tokyo Sky Tree Tour stops letting people in at 19:00. You will be picked up from the hotel at the time that was planned.
From the "TOKYO SKYTREE TEMBO DECK (350 m)," which is 350 meters above the ground and has massive 5-meter-high glass for a 360-degree panoramic view, tourists can see up to 70 kilometers away from the base of the SKYTREE.
Day 2 - Kamakura & Enoshima Tour from Tokyo
- Stay in Tokyo
- Breakfast included today
- Lunch included today
After a hearty breakfast in the morning, get ready for your day trip from Tokyo to Kamakura and Enoshima. Please wait to be picked up at Keio Plaza.
Between your hotel and the Matcha Green Tea Experience at Jomyo-ji Temple, you will get a ride. Like Kyoto, Kamakura used to be the capital of Japan. After a day of walking around the huge temple grounds, the best way to relax is with a cup of matcha green tea and some Japanese sweets. Most of the cafes on this list can be found inside churches. Beautiful bamboo forests and peaceful "rock and sand gardens" make the area around the temples feel peaceful. If you go to Kamakura and don't stop at a shrine for a cup of coffee, it's like you missed an important part of the city.
After that, you'll go to Hkoku-ji, a Zen temple in Kamakura, Japan, that was built during the Heian period and is part of the Kench-ji school of Rinzai Zen. It is called "Bamboo Temple" because its bamboo garden is so well-known. In the most important room of the temple, a statue of Gautama Buddha called Shaka Nyorai rules.
We will go to Ktoku-in, a Jdo-sh Buddhist temple in Kamakura, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan, after our visit to Hokujo. The mountain there is called Taiizan, and the temple is called Shjen-ji.
Now is the time to go look around Enoshima. Off the coast of Shnan in Kanagawa Prefecture is a small island called Enoshima. A Buddhist god named Benzaiten is honored at the nearby Enoshima Shrine. The area is home to the Sea Candle lighthouse, which was built in the 1800s, as well as the Enospa hot springs and the Samuel Cocking Garden, which has an English style. There are tidal pools and Buddhist temples in the Iwaya Caves, among other things to see. Several well-known beaches on the mainland offer stunning views of the island.
From Enoshima, you'll go back to your hotel to rest. It's the end of Day 2 of an 8 nights trip to Japan.
Day 3 - Tokyo Morning city Tour (Tickets on own)
- Stay in Tokyo
- Breakfast Included
On the third day of your 8 nights tour package of Japan, you will have breakfast in the morning. After breakfast, get ready for a morning city tour in Tokyo. You will be picked up at your hotel and driven to -
Temple of Meiji, Tower of Tokyo, and Imperial Palace
Here you can see the Tokyo Skytree.
In 1958, construction on the Tokyo Tower began in the Shiba-koen neighborhood of Tokyo's Minato area. This famous building is called Nippon Denpa, which is short for Japan Radio Tower. At 332.9 meters, it is the second-tallest building in Japan (1,092 feet). The white and international orange color scheme of the lattice tower comes from the same air safety rules that gave the Eiffel Tower its famous look.
Meiji Shrine in Tokyo
Both visitors and people who live in the area can find spiritual comfort in the shrine's regular rituals, beautiful buildings, and peaceful surroundings. In 1920, this shrine was built to honor Meiji and Shoken, the first modern emperor and empress of Japan. People say that the shrine wasn't built that long ago.
The Emperor's palace
The Imperial Palace from the Qing Dynasty is in Shenyang. It is made up of 114 different buildings. Construction on these buildings began in 1625 or 1626 and went on until 1783. The building dates back to the start of the last Chinese dynasty and has a large library inside. Before that dynasty centralized power in the middle of the country and moved the capital to where Beijing is today, this was the case.
After the morning city tour is over and you go back to your hotel, you will have the rest of the day to explore Tokyo on your own.
Day 4 - Tokyo DisneySea - it will prove to be the most enjoyable day in your 8 nights Japan tour package
- Stay in Tokyo
- Breakfast Included
After breakfast, you'll get on a train that will take you to Disney World. Lestacworld will have already set up your train pass. You also have a ticket to Disney World, which was bought for you.
Playing any of the arcade games at Disney Sea Tokyo is a great way to spend a few pennies.
2. Go see the Western River Railroad.
Three) Have some fun with some daring pirates.
A Disney Sea Wildlife Expedition, The Fantastic Jungle Cruise, is in Tokyo.
Go to the Swiss Family Tree House, the Enchanted Tiki Room, the Westernland Shooting Gallery, and the Country Bear Theatre.
Big Thunder Mountain, The Mark Twain Riverboat, and Tom Sawyer Island Rafts are the top three rides (No. 11)
You can use your train pass to get back to your lodging on your own at night. You deserve a good night's sleep after a hard day.
Day 4 of your 8 nights tour package of Japan is over.
Day 5 - Checkout from Tokyo Hotel + Mt. Fuji & Hakone Tour + Checkin to Osaka tour
- Stay in Osaka
- Breakfast Included
Get ready to leave your Tokyo hotel in the morning after breakfast. When you're done at the hotel, go to the train station to get a ride to Mt. Fuji, which is the fifth stop along the route.
The Truth About Mt. Fuji
Even now, Japan's Mt. Fuji is still a volcano that erupts. About 100 km to the southwest of Tokyo. "Fuji-san," the name of Japan's tallest mountain, stands at an impressive 3,776 meters. People have been making the trip to the top of the mountain for a very long time. It is thought to be one of the three most holy mountains in Japan. During the Edo period, artists like Hokusai and Hiroshige used this easily recognizable outline to make prints.
After you've seen Fuji, keep going until you reach the Hakone Sky Gondola.
Many people who go to the Hakone Round Course ride the Hakone Ropeway, which is a popular thing to do in the area. The line goes from Sounzan Station, where the Hakone Tozan Cablecar starts and ends, to Togendai Station. Along the way, it stops at Owakudani Station, Ubako Station, and Togendai Station (on the edge of Lake Ashinoko). You can ride the ropeway as many times as you want with the Hakone Free Pass.
Every minute, the ropeway's gondolas, which can hold up to 10 people each, leave the station. From one end of the ropeway to the other, it takes about 30 minutes to get there. Tourists can see the active sulfuric hot spring sources of the Owakudani Valley between Sounzan and Owakudani. On a clear day, people can see both Lake Ashinoko and Mount Fuji from Owakudani to Togendai. At Owakudani, you will need to switch gondolas, but not at Ubako.
When we're done with our tour of the valley, we'll go to the Pirates Boat Cruise.
Mount Fuji can be seen from many places, but you can only see it from the deck of a wooden pirate ship on Lake Ashinoko.
In Hakone, Japan, a blood-red pirate ship took us across Lake Ashi. During the warmer months, the area is full of swan boats. As a place to see Mount Fuji, it's hard to find a better spot.
After a day of seeing interesting places, take the bullet train to Osaka. With a rail pass that has already been bought for you, you can take the bullet train all over Japan.
Choose a hotel and rest when you get to Osaka.
End of the sixth day of your 8 nights tour package of Japan
Day 6 - Kyoto & Nara Full day Tour from Osaka
- Stay in Osaka
- Breakfast and Lunch included
After breakfast in the morning, you'll have the rest of the day to look around Kyoto and Nara. From Osaka to Kyoto, there is a train that you can take. Your train pass will also be valid here.
When we get to Kyoto, we'll go to Nijo Castle first. The first shogun of the Edo era Tokugawa Ieyasu built Nijo Castle for himself in Kyoto (1603-1867). His grandson Iemitsu finished the palace buildings and the five-story castle keep 23 years after he died. Nijo Castle was once the Imperial Palace. In 1867, it was given to the city and opened to the public as a historical site. The castle's palace buildings are some of the best examples of Japanese castle palace architecture from the feudal period. Because of this, the castle was added to the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1994. Nijo Castle is made up of three parts: the Honmaru, which is the main defensive ring, the Ninomaru, which is a smaller defensive ring, and the gardens in between. Around the Honmaru and castle grounds, they built stone walls and moats.
The Kinkakuji Temple is the next stop (Golden Pavillion)
There is a temple in Kyoto, Japan called Rokuon-ji, or Kinkaku-ji. We are in a monastery for Zen Buddhists. As one of the most well-known places in Kyoto, it gets a lot of visitors every year.
The Todaiji Temple and Park, which are in Nara, are a must-see.
The Tdai-ji Buddhist temple complex is in Nara, Japan. People used to think it was the most important of the Seven Great Temples. Tdai-ji was built in 738 CE, but it didn't start letting people in until 752 CE.
The Kasuga Taisha is a holy place.
The Shinto Kasuga-taisha Shrine is in the Japanese city of Nara, which is in the same-named prefecture. It's the shrine that the Fujiwara family built in 768 CE and has had a lot of work done to it over the centuries. The many bronze lamps inside the shrine and the many stone lanterns that line the path up to it are well-known.
After you're done seeing the sights in Kyoto, you'll be taken to the train station so you can use your rail pass to get back to Osaka. End of the 7th day of a 8 nights tour package of Japan.
Day 7 - Hiroshima & Miyajima Tour from Osaka
- Stay in Osaka
- Breakfast included
After breakfast on the eighth day of your 8 nights Japan tour package, you will go to Hiroshima and Miyajima. You will take the bullet train to Hiroshima first thing in the morning. It will take you all the way there. From here, you can take a ferry to Miyajima Island.
At the Shinto Itsukushima Shrine, which is one of the most important places on the island and is known for its "floating" torii gate, visitors can expect to find the most interesting thing. The island is part of the city of Hatsukaichi, which is in the Hiroshima Prefecture of Japan. From Miyajimaguchi Station, which is on the main land, you can take a ferry to get there.
After visiting the Itsukushima shrine, Miyajima goes back to Hiroshima to see the Hiroshima Peace Park and the Bomb Dome.
When the tour is over, you'll be taken back to Hiroshima Station, where you can catch the next bullet train to your hotel. After this long and tiring tour, I hope you get a good night's sleep.
In 1996, the Genbaku Dome at the Hiroshima Peace Memorial, which is also called the Atomic Bomb Dome or the A-Bomb Dome, was added to the UNESCO World Heritage List as a part of the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park in Japan. This park is in Hiroshima, which is in Japan.
Day 8 - 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 9 - Checkout from Osaka Hotel + Transfer to Airport on Sic basis + end of 8 nights tour package of Japan
On this day, you will leave the hotel after breakfast. After that, you'll be taken to the airport at the right time for your flight. Don't forget that most hotels ask guests to leave by 11 a.m. This is the end of your 8 nights Holiday package package to Japan.
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