General

OVERVIEW

You visit beautiful and magical city of nine prefecture in Japan

DESCRIPTION

On day 1 the tour start from Tokyo.
On day 2 arrive in Matsushima in Miyagi prefecture where on Day 3 and 4 you will visit Matsushima and Sendai city and then move to the World Heritage Site of Nikko.
On day 5 and 6 you will enjoy nature and hot spring in Yudanaka Onsen in Nagano. Yudanaka is famous for snow monkey park.
On day 7 arrive in Kanazawa in Ishikawa.
On day 8 you go to Mt. Koya of the world heritage in Wakayama.
On day 9, 10 and 11 you go to Kyoto.
On day 12, go to Hakone and enjoy sightseeing using by Hakone Free Pass.
On day 13, you come back to Tokyo. Last day you will flight to next destination.

Activities

Walking, Cycling, Meditation, Tea ceremony, Kimono experiece

Itinerary

Day 1 Tokyo - Arrival day

Stay in: Tokyo
Meals: None

Day 2 Tokyo

Stay in: Tokyo
Meals: Breakfast

Day 3 Matsushima

Stay in: Matsushima
Meals: Breakfast and Dinner

Day 4 Nikko

Stay in: Nikko
Meals: Breakfast and Dinner

Day 5 Yudanaka Onsen

Stay in: Yudanaka Onsen
Meals: Breakfast

Day 6 Yudanaka Onsen

Visit: Snow Monkey Park, Ryuoo Ski Resort
Stay in: Yudanaka Onsen
Meals: Breakfast and Dinner

Day 7 Kanazawa

Stay in: Kanazawa
Meals: Breakfast

Day 8 Mt.Koya

Stay in: Mt.Koya
Meals: Breakfast and Dinner - Vegetable meals

Day 9 Kyoto

Stay in: Kyoto
Meals: Breakfast

Day 10 Kyoto

Stay in: Kyoto
Meals: Breakfast

Day 11 Kyoto - Day trip to Nara

Stay in: Kyoto
Meals: Breakfast

Day 12 Hakone

Stay in: Hakone
Meals: Breakfast and Dinner

Day 13 Tokyo

Stay in: Tokyo
Meals: Breakfast

Day 14 Narita / Haneda Airport

Meals: Breakfast

TOUR POINT

  • Sightseeing - Matsushima - Japan three most scenic views / World heritage Nikko, Mt.Koya and Kyoto / Snow monkey park in Yudanaka onsen / Hakone nature park

WHATS INCLUDE

  • 7 Nights Western Style
  • 5 Nights Japanese Style
  • JR Pass 14 days ordinary
  • Meals per itinerary
  • Private van from Narita Airport to Hotel on arrival day

NOT INCLUDE

  • International Air fee
  • Food and drinks unless are specified
  • Alcohol drinks
  • Travel insurance
  • It is a Self-Guide tour so no guides are includes

NOTES

If you have meals request or allergy must request before booking.
If you plan to stay extra night please let us know
Tour schedule and price are subject to change without notice.
If you already have JR rail pass let us know as price will change.
Single customer, travel with family are welcome and we can make customize for them, please let us know.

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Mt Koya (Wakayama Prefecture)

Mt Koya (Wakayama Prefecture)  Welcome to Mt Koya Mount Koya (Koyasan) is home to an active monastic center founded twelve centuries ago by the priest Kukai for the study and practice of Esoteric Buddhism. It is the headquarters of the Koyasan sect of Shingon Buddhism, a faith with a wide following throughout Japan. Situated on a small plain Read more

Nara (Nara Prefecture)

Nara (Nara Prefecture)  Welcome to Nara Japan capital from 710 to 784. It was during this period that many of Japan’s arts, crafts and literature blossomed for the first time and that Buddhism gained a foothold under the strong patronage of emperors. As the political and cultural center of the country, the cuty of 1,200 years ago was a Read more

Kyoto (Kyoto Prefecture)

Kyoto (Kyoto Prefecture)  Welcome to Kyoto Serving as Japan’s capital for more than 1,000 years, Kyoto is the historic center of the country, filled with temples, shrines, imperial villas and other memorials to the nation’s past. Although the modern age has taken its toll, exudes a graceful charm reminiscent of the glory and splendor of Japan’s ancient Read more

Kanazawa (Ishikawa Prefecture)

Kanazawa (Ishikawa Prefecture)  Welcome to Kanazawa Kanazawa, the largest city in the Hokuriku district, is famous as the former castle town of the powerful Maedas (16th-19th centuries), the second-largest clan in feudal Japan. The Maeda clan encouraged the arts, with such pursuits as Noh drama, silk dyeing, and the production of Kutani porcelain and lacquer ware prevalent Read more

Yudanaka Onsen (Nagano Prefecture)

Yudanaka Onsen (Nagano Prefecture)Welcome to Yudanaka Onsen Yudanaka Onsen is a historic hot springs resort area with a modern atmosphere. It is located in the northern part of Nagano Prefecture, is surrounded by mountains, and has public baths. The famous haiku poet Issa Kobayashi liked to visit Yudanaka Onsen late in his life. Ancient buildings and temples stand Read more

Nikko (Tochigi Prefecture)

Nikko (Tochigi Prefecture)  Welcome to Nikko Nikko is located in Tochigi Prefecture and is an easy day’s side trip or overnight stay from Tokyo, yet it’s worlds away in terms of scenic beauty and historic architectural gems. Nestled in a forest of cedars is the village of Nikko, world famous for its sumptuous Toshogu Shrine, final resting Read more

Tokyo (Tokyo Prefecture)

Tokyo (Tokyo Prefecture)Welcome to Tokyo Tokyo along with Osaka, Tokyo serves as Japan’s major gateway for overseas visitors. It also serves as the nation’s transportation hub, with easy connections via plane, train and bus to the rest of the country. As the nation’s capital and center for administration, education and finance, Tokyo is a highly developed metropolis, Read more

Hakone (Kanagawa Prefecture)

Hakone (Kanagawa Prefecture)  Welcome to Hakone Hakone is located in the center of Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park, the town is a popular sightseeing and hot spring resort destination that is easily accessible from central Tokyo. With beautiful natural scenery throughout the four seasons, art museums and other museums, a variety of leisure facilities, and numerous events and festivals Read more

Tohoku Region

Tohoku RegionThe Tohoku Region is located at North East Region and consists of six prefectures, Aomori, Iwate, Miyagi, Fukushima and Yamagata. Tohoku is well known for its countryside, mountains, lakes, hot springs, high quality rice and rough winters.Read more

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