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Tour package of Japan in Summers for 6 days

Kyoto, Japan
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Tour package of Japan in Summers for 6 days

Tour package of Japan in Summers for 6 days –If you’re looking for an unforgettable travel experience in Japan, a six-day tour package of Tokyo and Kyoto during the summer season is an ideal choice. Japan is a country of contrasts, where ancient traditions meet modern innovation, and natural beauty is juxtaposed with bustling cities. Tokyo and Kyoto are two cities that perfectly embody this dichotomy, offering visitors a glimpse into Japan’s rich culture and history.

Tokyo, the capital city of Japan, is a vibrant metropolis that never sleeps. Known for its fast-paced lifestyle, neon lights, and towering skyscrapers, Tokyo is a city that seamlessly blends modernity with tradition. In Tokyo, you’ll get to visit some of Japan’s most iconic landmarks, such as the Meiji Shrine, the Shibuya Crossing, and the Tsukiji Fish Market. You’ll also have the chance to explore some of Tokyo’s unique neighborhoods, such as the trendy Harajuku district and the historic Asakusa area. With its bustling streets, delicious food, and endless shopping opportunities, Tokyo is a must-visit destination for anyone traveling to Japan.

Kyoto, on the other hand, is a city that takes visitors back in time. With its stunning temples, ancient shrines, and traditional tea houses, Kyoto is a city that’s deeply rooted in Japanese history and culture. In Kyoto, you’ll get to visit some of Japan’s most iconic landmarks, such as the Fushimi Inari Shrine, the Kiyomizu-dera Temple, and the Gion district, which is famous for its geisha houses and entertainment. You’ll also get to experience the tranquility of Kyoto’s beautiful gardens, such as the Arashiyama Bamboo Grove and the Ryoan-ji Temple rock garden. With its peaceful atmosphere and rich cultural heritage, Kyoto is the perfect place to escape the hustle and bustle of modern life and immerse yourself in Japan’s traditional way of living.

Overall, a 6 day tour package of Tokyo and Kyoto during the summer season is an excellent way to experience the best of what Japan has to offer. From the bright lights and bustling streets of Tokyo to the serene temples and gardens of Kyoto, this tour package will give you a glimpse into Japan’s unique culture and history. With knowledgeable tour guides, comfortable accommodations, and exciting excursions, this tour package is a perfect way to explore Japan’s most iconic destinations.

When is the summer season of Japan ?

The summer season in Japan typically starts in June and lasts until August. However, Depending on where you live, the weather can be different, and things like humidity, altitude, and proximity to the coast can affect how long and how hot summer is. In some parts of Japan, summer can last all the way through September. Japan’s summer months are known for being hot and humid, and they are also when many cultural festivals and seasonal foods take place.

List of Summer festivals in Japan ?

Japan is a country with a rich cultural heritage and vibrant traditions, and one of the best ways to experience this is by attending one of the many summer festivals that take place across the country. Here are some of the most popular summer festivals of Japan:

  1. Gion Matsuri Held in Kyoto every July, the Gion Matsuri is one of the most famous and oldest festivals in Japan. The festival features massive floats and parades, as well as traditional music and dance performances.
  2. Tenjin Matsuri This festival is held in Osaka every July, and is one of the most lively and exciting festivals in Japan. The festival features a large parade with hundreds of participants dressed in traditional costumes, as well as fireworks and a river procession.
  3. Nebuta Matsuri – Held in Aomori every August, the Nebuta Matsuri is a festival featuring large, illuminated floats made from washi paper and bamboo. The festival also features taiko drumming and traditional dance performances.
  4. Tanabata Matsuri – This festival is held in various locations across Japan in July or August, and celebrates the annual meeting of two lovers who are separated by the Milky Way. The festival features colorful decorations and paper ornaments, as well as parades and music performances.
  5. Sumida River Fireworks Festival – Held in Tokyo every July, the Sumida River Fireworks Festival is one of the largest and most spectacular fireworks displays in Japan. The festival features over 20,000 fireworks set off over the Sumida River, as well as food stalls and live music performances.

Attending a summer festival is a great way to experience Japan’s rich culture and traditions, and to immerse yourself in the country’s vibrant atmosphere. If you’re planning a trip to Japan during the summer, be sure to check out one of these amazing festivals.

Few Important Pointers

  • Shibuya Crossing
  • Kyoto
  • Meiji Shrine
  • Todai Ji Temple
  • Hiroshima
  • Mt. Fuji
  • Hakone Tour

Itinerary Exclusively by Lestacworld.com

Day 1: Arrival in Tokyo

If you are arriving at Tokyo International Airport for a 6-day trip to Japan during the summer season, there are many things to see and do in and around Tokyo.

Arrive at Tokyo's Narita or Haneda airport
Meet with a local tour guide and transfer to your hotel in Tokyo
Rest of the day is free for you to explore the city on your own

Day 2 - Tokyo Morning city Tour (Imperial Palace + Meiji Shrine + Shibuya Crossing)

- Stay in Tokyo Hotel
- Breakfast Included this day

Here's an itinerary for the second day of your Japan tour package during the summer season:

Morning:

Enjoy breakfast at your hotel or a nearby cafe
Take a train to Harajuku and explore Takeshita Street, known for its trendy fashion boutiques and delicious street food
Visit Meiji Shrine, a tranquil oasis in the heart of Tokyo dedicated to the deified spirits of Emperor Meiji and his wife Empress Shoken

Afternoon:

Take a short train ride to Shibuya and see the iconic Shibuya Crossing, one of the busiest intersections in the world
Visit the Hachiko statue, a bronze statue of a dog that became famous for its loyalty to its owner
Enjoy lunch at one of the many restaurants in Shibuya

Evening:

Take a train to Shinjuku and visit the Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden, a large park with beautiful gardens and a greenhouse with tropical and subtropical plants

Night:

Return to your hotel and rest up for the next day's adventures.
This itinerary allows you to explore some of Tokyo's trendy and fashionable neighborhoods while also experiencing the city's natural beauty and historic landmarks. As always, you can customize your itinerary to suit your preferences and interests. The end of day 2 of Tour package of Japan in Summers for 6 days.

Day 3 - Day trip to Mt. Fuji and Hakone from Tokyo

- Stay in Tokyo Hotel
- Breakfast Included this day

Here's a schedule for a day trip from Tokyo to Mt. Fuji and Hakone:

7:30 AM - Pick up from your hotel in Tokyo

Meet your tour guide at your hotel lobby and depart for Mt. Fuji and Hakone
Enjoy a scenic drive through the Japanese countryside
10:00 AM - Arrival at Mt. Fuji

Reach the 5th station of Mt. Fuji and take in the stunning panoramic views
Learn about the history and significance of the mountain from your guide
Take some time to explore the souvenir shops and restaurants at the 5th station
11:30 AM - Depart for Hakone

Take a leisurely drive down the mountain and enjoy the beautiful scenery
12:30 PM - Lunch in Hakone

Stop for lunch at a local restaurant in Hakone and try some delicious Japanese cuisine
1:30 PM - Cable car ride to Owakudani

Take a cable car ride to Owakudani, a volcanic valley with hot springs and geysers
Enjoy stunning views of the surrounding mountains and lakes
2:00 PM - Explore Owakudani

Take a walk through Owakudani and learn about its unique geology and history
Try some black eggs boiled in the hot springs, which are said to add years to your life
3:00 PM - Boat ride on Lake Ashi

Take a relaxing boat ride on Lake Ashi and enjoy views of Mt. Fuji and the surrounding mountains
Learn about the history and significance of the lake from your guide
4:00 PM - Return to Tokyo

Depart from Hakone and head back to Tokyo
6:30 PM - Drop off at your hotel in Tokyo

Arrive back in Tokyo and bid farewell to your tour guide
This itinerary allows you to see the best of Mt. Fuji and Hakone during the summer, including the stunning panoramic views from the 5th station, the unique geology of Owakudani, and the serene beauty of Lake Ashi. The timings are approximate and subject to change based on traffic and weather conditions, but your tour guide will ensure that you get the most out of your day trip to Mt. Fuji and Hakone.
End of Day 3 of your Tour package of Japan in Summers for 6 days

Day 4 - Checkout from Tokyo in the morning + Transfer to Kyoto + Fushimi Inari Shrine + Kiyomizu-dera Temple

- Stay in Kyoto Hotel
- Breakfast Included this day

Here's a description with timings for a day where you check out from Tokyo in the morning, transfer to Kyoto, and visit the Fushimi Inari Shrine and Kiyomizu-dera Temple:

7:00 AM - Check out from your hotel in Tokyo

Pack your bags and check out from your hotel in Tokyo
Meet your tour guide in the lobby and transfer to Tokyo Station
8:00 AM - Board the Shinkansen to Kyoto

Board the Shinkansen (bullet train) from Tokyo Station to Kyoto Station
Enjoy the high-speed train ride through the Japanese countryside
11:00 AM - Arrival at Kyoto Station

Arrive at Kyoto Station and meet your driver
Transfer to the Fushimi Inari Shrine
11:30 AM - Fushimi Inari Shrine

Visit the Fushimi Inari Shrine, a stunning shrine dedicated to the god of rice and prosperity
Walk through the thousands of torii gates that line the trails up the mountain
Learn about the history and significance of the shrine from your guide
1:00 PM - Lunch in Kyoto

Stop for lunch at a local restaurant in Kyoto and try some delicious Japanese cuisine
2:00 PM - Kiyomizu-dera Temple

Visit the Kiyomizu-dera Temple, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of Kyoto's most famous landmarks
Admire the stunning architecture and panoramic views of the city from the temple's balcony
Learn about the history and significance of the temple from your guide
4:00 PM - Transfer to your hotel in Kyoto

After the temple visit, transfer to your hotel in Kyoto
Check-in to your hotel and relax for the rest of the day
This itinerary allows you to travel from Tokyo to Kyoto and visit two of Kyoto's most famous landmarks, the Fushimi Inari Shrine and Kiyomizu-dera Temple, all in one day. The timings are approximate and subject to change based on traffic and train schedules, but your tour guide will ensure that you make the most of your time in Kyoto.End of Day 4 of your Tour package of Japan in Summers for 6 days.

Day 5: Hiroshima Day Trip from Kyoto

- Stay in Kyoto Hotel
- Breakfast Included this day

Here's an itinerary with timings for a day trip from Kyoto to Hiroshima:

7:00 AM - Pick up from your hotel in Kyoto

Meet your tour guide at your hotel lobby and depart for Hiroshima
Enjoy a scenic drive through the Japanese countryside
10:00 AM - Arrival at Hiroshima

Arrive at Hiroshima and visit the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park and Museum
Learn about the history of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima and its aftermath
See the Atomic Bomb Dome, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that serves as a reminder of the devastation caused by the bombing
12:00 PM - Lunch in Hiroshima

Stop for lunch at a local restaurant in Hiroshima and try some delicious Hiroshima-style okonomiyaki, a savory pancake made with various ingredients
1:30 PM - Miyajima Island

Take a ferry to Miyajima Island, a beautiful island that is home to the Itsukushima Shrine, a UNESCO World Heritage Site
Walk through the picturesque streets and enjoy the stunning views of the island and its famous floating torii gate
3:30 PM - Return to Hiroshima

Take the ferry back to Hiroshima and return to the city
4:30 PM - Transfer to your hotel in Kyoto

After the tour, transfer back to your hotel in Kyoto
7:30 PM - Drop off at your hotel in Kyoto

Arrive back in Kyoto and bid farewell to your tour guide
This itinerary allows you to visit Hiroshima and Miyajima Island in one day from Kyoto, including the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park and Museum, the Atomic Bomb Dome, and the stunning Itsukushima Shrine. The timings are approximate and subject to change based on traffic, ferry schedules, and weather conditions, but your tour guide will ensure that you get the most out of your day trip to Hiroshima.

Day 6 - Checkout from Kyoto Hotel + Transfer to Airport on Sic basis + end Tour package of Japan in Summers for 6 days

On the last day of your tour package of Japan in Summers for 6 days, you will check out from your hotel in Kyoto and transfer to the airport for your departure flight. Here's a description of what to expect:

8:00 AM - Check out from your hotel in Kyoto

Pack your bags and check out from your hotel in Kyoto
Meet your driver in the lobby and transfer to the airport
9:30 AM - Arrival at the airport

Arrive at the airport and check-in for your departure flight
Say goodbye to your driver and tour guide
11:00 AM - End of the tour package

Your tour package of Japan in Summers for 6 days officially ends here
You are free to explore the airport and do some last-minute shopping before your departure flight
This description is based on a Sic (seat-in-coach) basis transfer, which means you will share the transfer with other passengers who are also departing from Kyoto. If you prefer a private transfer, please let your tour operator know in advance so that they can arrange it for you. The timings are approximate and subject to change based on traffic and flight schedules, so please be sure to check your flight itinerary for the exact departure time.End of Tour package of Japan in Summers for 6 days.

Compare the Inclusions and Exclusions

  • 02 nights' hotel accommodation in Tokyo with breakfast
  • 03 nights’ accommodation with breakfast at a hotel in Kyoto
  • Shibuya Crossing
  • Kinkaku-ji Temple
  • Meiji Shrine
  • Hiroshima
  • 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

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Kyoto
Tokyo

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Frequently asked Questions about this tour

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.

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What are do's and dont's in this Tour package of Japan in Summers for 6 days ?

Japan is a unique and wonderful country to visit, with a rich history, culture, and natural beauty. Here are some do's and don'ts to keep in mind while on your tour package of Japan in Summers for 6 days:

Do's:

Do try the local cuisine, especially sushi, ramen, udon, soba, and tempura. Japan is known for its amazing food, and you should take advantage of the opportunity to sample some of the best dishes.
Respect local customs and traditions. Japan has a rich cultural heritage, and it is important to be aware of and respect local customs, such as taking off your shoes when entering a home or temple.
Do carry cash with you. While credit cards are accepted in most places, cash is still the preferred method of payment in many establishments, especially in smaller towns and markets.
Do carry a map or guidebook with you. Japan can be overwhelming for first-time visitors, and having a map or guidebook handy can help you navigate the city and find your way around.
Take advantage of public transportation. Japan has an excellent and efficient public transportation system, including trains, subways, and buses, which can take you almost anywhere you want to go.
Don'ts:

Don't tip in restaurants or taxis. Tipping is not a common practice in Japan and can even be considered rude in some situations.
Don't talk loudly or make noise in public. Japan is a quiet and peaceful country, and it is considered impolite to make loud noises or disturb others in public places.
Don't ignore the rules of the road. Japan has strict traffic laws, and pedestrians should always cross at designated crosswalks and obey traffic signals.
Don't eat or drink on public transportation. While it is acceptable to eat and drink in some public places, it is considered impolite to do so on trains, buses, or subways.
Don't forget to remove your shoes when entering a home or temple. It is customary to remove your shoes and wear slippers or socks when entering a home or temple, so be sure to follow this custom.
By following these dos and don'ts, you can show respect for the local culture and customs and have a wonderful and memorable experience during your 6-day tour package of Japan in the summer.

Can i pay online now for this Tour package of Japan in Summers for 6 days ?

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.

What is the best time to visit Japan in summers?

Summer in Japan can be quite hot and humid, but it is also a popular time to visit due to school holidays and various festivals. The best time to visit depends on your preferences and itinerary, but generally speaking, June to August is the summer season in Japan.

What should I pack for a 6-day tour package of Japan in summers?

It's important to pack light, comfortable clothing that is suitable for warm weather. Consider packing breathable fabrics, sunscreen, a hat, and comfortable walking shoes. Additionally, you may want to bring a small backpack or shoulder bag for your daily essentials.

What type of accommodation is included in a 6-day tour package of Japan in summers?

Accommodations can vary depending on the tour package and budget. Typically, you can expect to stay in hotels or ryokans, which are traditional Japanese inns. Some tour packages may also offer the option to stay in hostels or capsule hotels.

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