General

ITINERARY

Day 1 TOKYO (ARRIVAL)

Arrive at Narita International airport or Haneda (Tokyo Internatioal airport).
Transfer to your hotel by airport limousine bus.
You will be met by a English speaking assistant who help you to board an airport bus.
Transfer to hotel by bus (Travel Time 85 min.).
After check in at your hotel you will have free time.

Accommodation: TOKYO

Day 2 TOKYO (AM:CITY TOUR / PM:FREE)

Sightseeing in Tokyo (09:00 – 13:00) using public transport with your guide.
*Visit: Asakusa Kannon Temple & Nakamise Shopping Street / Akihabara / Ginza
Afternoon is free at leisure.

Accommodation: HAKONE

Day 3 TOKYO – MT.FUJI – HAKONE

Your main suitcase will be transferred directly from Tokyo to Kyoto.
Please leave your main suitcase with the porter / bell desk by 7:30AM.
Travel with just an overnight bag for your night in Hakone.
Transfer to Mt. Fuji / Hakone by private car with your guide.
Sightseeing in Mt. Fuji / Hakone.
*Visit: Mt.Fuji 5th station / Owakudani Boiling Valley / Ropeway / Boat Cruise on Lake Ashi
Your guide leaves you after check in at your accommodation in Hakone.

Accommodation: HAKONE
Lunch, Dinner

Day 4 HAKONE -KYOTO -NARA -KYOTO (PM: NARA TOUR)

Transfer to Odawara or Atami Station by private car. (Japanese speaking driver only)
Take a bullet train to Kyoto (Travel Time 150min.).
Upon arrival at Kyoto Station, you will be met with your guide and transfer to Nara by Kintetsu
express train.
Sightseeing in Nara (12:00- 17:00) using public transport with your guide.
*Visit: Todaiji Temple with big statue of budha / Nara park
After sightseeing go back to Kyoto and check-in at your hotel.

Accommodation: KYOTO
Breakfast

Day 5 KYOTO (CITY TOUR)

Sightseeing in Kyoto (09:00 – 17:00) using public transport with your guide.
You can select your own itinerary, see suggested routes on page 9.
After sightseeing go back to your hotel.

Accommodation: KYOTO

Day 6 KYOTO

Free time for your activities, see suggested route page 9.

Accommodation: KYOTO

Day 7 KYOTO – HIROSHIMA – MIYAJIMA (CITY TOUR)

Your main suitcase will be transferred directly from Kyoto to Osaka.
Please leave your main suitcase with the porter / bell desk by 7:30 AM.
Travel with just an overnight bag for your night in Hiroshima.
Transfer to Hiroshima by JR bullet train.
Arrive at Hiroshima and start sightseeing in Hiroshima by public transportation with your guide.
*Visit: Atomic Bomb Memorial Dome / Peace Memorial Museum / Itsukushima shrine
After sightseeing check-in at your hotel in Hiroshima.

Accommodation: HIROSHIMA

Day 8 HIROSHIMA – OSAKA

Transfer to Osaka with your guide by JR bullet train.
Arrive at Shin-Osaka station and start sightseeing in Osaka by public transportation with your guide.
*Visit: Osaka Castle / Kuchu Teien Observatory / Dotombori area
After sightseeing check-in at your hotel in Osaka.

Accommodation: OSAKA

Day 9 OSAKA – KANSAI (DEPARTURE)

Transfer to Kansai International Airport by airport bus (Travel Time 50min.)

Itinerary

INCLUDED

  • Hotel : Please refer to hotel list page 9.
  • Tokyo (2nights), Hakone (1night), Kyoto (3nights),
  • Hiroshima (1night), Osaka (1night)
  • Transfer : Round trip airport transfers by airport bus / van
  • Private car for Day3, Day4(Hakone to Odawara or Atami Station)
  • Guide : Private guide for Day2(AM),3,4(PM)-5, Day7-8
  • Assistant at Airport for Day 1
  • Others : Local transfer and admission fees (When with guide)
  • Train : Odawara / Atami - Kyoto, Kyoto / Hiroshima / Shin-Osaka
  • Ordinary class reserved seat (Standard,Superior), First class
  • reserved seat (Deluxe)
  • Meal : 1Lunch, 1 Dinner, 1 Breakfast
  • Luggage: Tokyo-Kyoto-Osaka(one item per person)

BREAKFAST SUPPLEMENT Per person / package

  • Standard: 16,000 yen
  • Superior: 24,000 yen
  • Deluxe: 26,000 yen

Note

We can arrange the tour in the opposite direction.
(from Kansai International airport ⇒ Narita airport / Haneda airport)
The rate is the same, but excludes Mt. Fuji, visit only Hakone.

Photo sources

Casey Yee from Vancouver, BC, Canada [CC BY-SA 2.0], via Wikimedia Commons
Daderot [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons
Kentagon [CC BY-SA 4.0], via Wikimedia Commons
Quercus acuta [CC BY-SA 4.0], via Wikimedia Commons
Oilstreet [CC BY-SA 3.0], via Wikimedia Commons

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Osaka (Osaka Prefecture)

Osaka (Osaka Prefecture)  Welcome to Osaka Osaka is a vibrant city in the Kansai region of Japan, the second largest metropolitan area in Japan after Tokyo. It is a major financial center and Japan’s economic hub. Famous landmarks in Osaka include Osaka Castle and Shitenno-ji – the oldest Buddhist temple in Japan. Osaka is known for its Read more

Miyajima (Hiroshima Prefecture)

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Hiroshima (Hiroshima Prefecture)

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Nara (Nara Prefecture)

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Kyoto (Kyoto Prefecture)

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Mt. Fuji (Japan)

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Tokyo (Tokyo Prefecture)

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Hakone (Kanagawa Prefecture)

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