General

Vegan friendly Japan tour

Highlights:

  • Onsen and Vegan Japanese meals
  • World Heritage site of Gokayama
  • Monastery experience on Mount Koya

Day 1: TOKYO

You will be welcome by our assistance at Narita or Haneda airport and then together you will transfer by bus or train to the hotel in Tokyo.
You can select to have a optional walking tour in the afternoon to visit Shibuya Sky and Meiji shrine.

Stay in: Sequence Miyashita Park or similar
Meals: None

Day 2: TOKYO

After the breakfast at the Hotel you will a free day in Tokyo. (our team will suggest what to do)

Stay in: Sequence Miyashita Park or similar
Meals: Breakfast

Day 3: EXPERIENCE VEGAN JAPANESE KAISEKI DINNER AND ONSEN

After the breakfast at the Hotel you will departure to Yudanaka Onsen, a town famous for the “SNOW MONKEY PARK” located in Nagano. The transporation will be by Shinkansen and Local train.
The suggest plan is start from afternoon, walk to Snow Monkey Park through peaceful woodland and then have dinner at Ryokan, enjoy fresh local vegetable and fruits by Japanese Kaiseki style for Vegan friendly.

Stay in: Yudanaka Onsen Seifuso or similar
Meals: Breakfast and Dinner

Day 4: KANAZAWA

After the breakfast at the Ryokan you will departure to Kanazawa, a city of Samurai. The transporation will be by Shinkansen.
The suggest plan is start from afternoon, and you have free day in Kanazawa (our team will suggest what to do) and then have dinner in a traditional Sushi restaurant (Vegan friendly).

Stay in: Mitsui Garden Hotel Kanazawa or similar
Meals: Breakfast and Dinner

Day 5: WORLD HERITAGE SITE GOKAYAMA

After the breakfast at the Hotel. You will have in the morning around 10am a Japanese vegan cooking lesson in Kanazawa. Where you can make roll Sushi, Tempura and Jibuni a special dish of Kanazawa. In the afternoon you will departure to Gokayama, a UNESCO world heritage site by bus and spending the night at one of AINOKURA’s gassho-zukuri inns where you can enjoy fresh local vegetable meals during dinner time.

Stay in: Yomoshiro or similar
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch (Cooking lesson) and Dinner

Day 6: KYOTO

After the breakfast at the Minshuku inn you will departure to Kyoto by bus and express train.
The suggest plan is start from late afternoon, and you have free day in Kyoto. (our team will suggest what to do)

Stay in: Sequence Kyoto Gojo or similar
Meals: Breakfast

Day 7: KYOTO

After the breakfast at the Hotel. You have a full day visit of the city with a local guide. (Arashiyama/Kinkakuji/Gion etc)

Stay in: Sequence Kyoto Gojo or similar
Meals: Breakfast

Day 8: KYOTO (Day trip to NARA)

After the breakfast at the Hotel. You have Free day in Kyoto with a optional visit to Nara.

Stay in: Sequence Kyoto Gojo or similar
Meals: Breakfast

Day 9: KYOTO

After the breakfast at the Hotel. You have Free day in Kyoto with a optional visit to Himeji castle and Kobe.

Stay in: Sequence Kyoto Gojo or similar
Meals: Breakfast

Day 10: MT KOYA

After the breakfast at the Hotel you will departure to Mt Koya, one of the greatest and most imposing Buddhist centers in Japan. Treat your body to some spiritually healthy Buddhist cuisine.
Optional Okuno-in Temple in the dark of night.

Stay in: Shojoshin-in or similar
Meals: Breakfast and Dinner

Day 11: OSAKA

After the breakfast at the SHUKUBO you will departure to Osaka, a charming city.
The suggest plan is start afternoon, and you have free day in Osaka. (our team will suggest what to do)

Stay in: The Flag Shinsaibashi or similar
Meals: Breakfast

Day 12: FLIGHT TO HOME

After the breakfast at the hotel you will departure to Kansai airport by bus or train.

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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

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

Kyoto

Kyoto  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

Gokayama (Toyama Prefecture)

Gokayama (Toyama Prefecture)Welcome to Gokayama. Gokayama regions line the Shogawa River Valley in the remote mountains that span from Gifu to Toyama Prefectures. Declared a UNESCO world heritage site in 1995, famous for their traditional gassho-zukuri farmhouses. Gassho-zukuri means “constructed like hands in prayer”, as the farmhouses steep thatched roofs resemble the hands of Buddhist monks pressed 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

Tokyo (Tokyo Prefecture)

Tokyo (Tokyo Prefecture)Welcome to Tokyo Tokyo along with Osaka, 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, with Read more

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