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Japan – The Land of The Rising Sun 7 Nights 8 Days

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7 Nights 8 Days
Narita, Tokyo, Nagoya, Okayama & Osaka
Tour Details

Japan, a nation in East Asia, is an archipelago of 6,852 islands in the Pacific Ocean. It comprises the four main islands of Honshu, Hokkaido, Kyushu, and Shikoku, in addition to numerous smaller islands. The Japanese call their country Nihon or Nippon, which means “Origin of the Sun.”  The name arose from Japan’s position east of the great Chinese empires that held sway over Asia throughout most of its history. It is sometimes referred to in English as the “Land of the Rising Sun.” The dominant religions are Buddhism and Shinto (a religion that originated in Japan). 

It is a constitutional monarchy, with Tokyo as its capital. More than 99% of the population speaks Japanese. The economy of Japan is the third largest in the world after the United States and the People’s Republic of China. It is known worldwide for its traditional arts, including tea ceremonies, calligraphy and flower arranging. The country has a legacy of distinctive gardens, sculpture and poetry. Japan is home to more than a dozen UNESCO World Heritage sites and is the birthplace of sushi, one of its most famous. 

Mountains dominate Japan’s landscape, covering 75 to 80 percent of the country. Historically, the mountains were barriers to transportation, hindering national integration and limiting the economic development of isolated areas. However, with the development of tunnels, bridges, and air transportation in the modern era, the mountains are no longer formidable barriers. The Japanese have long celebrated the beauty of their mountains in art and literature, and today many mountain areas are preserved in national parks.

Arrival & Departure

Narita International Airport (Google Map)

Osaka International Airport (Google Map)

Price Includes

  • 1N Accommodation in Narita
  • 2N Accommodation in Tokyo
  • 1N Accommodation in Nagoya
  • 2N Accommodation in Okayama
  • 1N Accommodation in Osaka
  • Daily breakfast
  • Tokyo Museums - Edo Museum, Statue of Liberty photo-stop, Toyota Web Museum, Mori Digital Art Museum with Odaiba Venus Fort, Palette Town & Rainbow Bridge
  • Guided city tour including Skytree observation deck, Sensoji Temple, Hie Shrine & shopping
  • Visits to Mt. Fuji, Lake Ashi & Valley of Hell
  • Golden Pavilion Temple in Kyoto
  • Nagoya to Okayama by High Speed Bullet Train
  • Hiroshima A-Bomb Dome & Korakuen Garden
  • Osaka Aquarium & Osaka Castle photo stop
  • All tours & transfers on Seat-in-Coach basis with English Speaking Driver

Price Excludes

  • Airfare
  • Visa
  • Travel Insurance
  • Guide Tips & Cost of meal or any activity other than mentioned above
  • Any expenses of Personal Nature such as alcohol and other beverages, telephone calls, tips and laundry
  • Season Surcharge, if any, applicable
  • 5% GST applicable on total package cost


  • TBA
When to visit

The absolute best time to visit Japan is in late spring (March-May), when the cherry blossoms come out and the country celebrates with picnics and parties in the parks, late autumn (September-November) is great for mild temperatures, low rainfall and beautifully clear, crisp skies. Winter in Japan (December – February) can be incredibly romantic, with even a little light snowfall in January or February.



  • Arrive Narita International Airport. Meet & Greet by our local representative at arrival hall area for transfer to hotel. 
  • Check into the hotel. Spend the rest of the day at leisure. Overnight in Narita.


  • After Breakfast, check out and proceed to Tokyo. 
  • Upon arrival in Tokyo, visit Edo Museum Japan’s premier museum is dedicated to the history of Japan’s capital city, Tokyo. Almost every facet of life in old Tokyo is on show at the Museum in a compelling and memorable way. Photo stop at Statue of Liberty, visit Odaiba Venus Fort, Palette Town and drive pass Rainbow Bridge. Visit Toyota Web Museum. Visit Mori Digital Art Museum and immerse your body in borderless art in this vast, complex, three-dimensional 10,000 square meter world. Wander, explore with intention, discover, and create a new world with others.
  • Arrive hotel & check-in. Overnight in Tokyo.


  • Breakfast at the hotel.
  • Proceed for a guided city tour of Tokyo. View the city of Tokyo from a height of 350mts from the observation deck of Tokyo Sky Tree, the tallest tower in the world. Later visit the Asakusa District known for its renowned Sensoji temple, a very popular Buddhist Temple that was constructed in the 7th century. Buy Japanese souvenirs from the famous Nakamise Shopping Arcade. Later visit the shrine dedicated to the Guardian Deity of Land – Hie Shrine and drive pass Imperial palace. Enjoy some free time at Ginza, the High end Shopping Street. Back to hotel. Overnight in Tokyo.


  • After Breakfast at the hotel, check out and proceed to one of the highlights of your Tour – a visit to Mt. Fuji. Visit the Mount Fuji 5th station (Weather permitting). Mt. Fuji is the highest mountain in Japan and often considered the symbol of the country. Later drive pass Lake Ashi, also referred to as Hakone Lake or Ashinoko Lake, is a scenic lake in the Hakone area of Kanagawa Prefecture in Honshū, Japan. It is a crater lake that lies along the southwest wall of the caldera of Mount Hakone, a complex volcano that last erupted in 1170 CE at Ōwakudani. Visit Owakudani Boiling valley or the Valley of Hell, through Hakone Ropeway (weather permitting) into the volcanic zone to a number of steam vents and bubbling pools. Later drive to Nagoya.
  • Check-in at hotel. Overnight in Nagoya.


  • Breakfast at the hotel.
  • Proceed for a full day visit to Kyoto. Visit the UNESCO world heritage site of Kinkakuji Temple – officially named Rokuon-ji, a Zen Buddhist temple in Kyoto. The pavilion incorporates three distinct styles of architecture, which are Shinden, Samurai and Zen, specifically on each floor.
  • The first floor, called The Chamber of Dharma Waters, is rendered in shinden-zukuri style, designed as an open space with adjacent verandas and uses natural, unpainted wood and white plaster. The second floor, called The Tower of Sound Waves is built in the style of warrior aristocrats, or buke-zukuri. On this floor, sliding wood doors and latticed windows create a feeling of impermanence. The third floor called The Cupola of the Ultimate is built in traditional Chinese chán style, also known as zenshū-butsuden-zukuri. The zen typology depicts a more religious ambiance in the pavilion, as was popular during the Muromachi period. Later experience Traditional Japanese tea ceremony, with their signature white make-up and elaborate kimonos, they are a sight to see. Visit the famous Fushimi Inari Shrine famous for its picturesque Torii Gates.
  • Travel to Okayama by the hi-tech Japanese Bullet Train. On arrival in Okayama/Himeji, proceed to hotel for check-in. Overnight in Okayama.


  • After breakfast, proceed to Hiroshima. Visit the A-Bomb Dome, the symbol of Hiroshima and the only building to remain standing after the atomic explosion. See the Peace Memorial Park with its Museum and number of monuments of peace including the Flame of Peace, Flock of Dove and the Children’s Memorial. The Cenotaph with its arched tomb is a tribute to those who died because of the A-bomb attack. Later proceed to one of three great gardens of Japan and the Crown Jewel of Okayama – Korakuen Garden, where 300 years of history come live. Stroll through the garden – arranged to take in water from the river, which then runs via a zigzag brook into a pond and down in a waterfall. The extensive lawn and vast pond create an atmosphere that is as uplifting and relaxing as the regions mild climate. Back to hotel. Overnight in Okayama.


  • After Breakfast, check-out and drive to Osaka.
  • Upon arrival in Osaka, visit Osaka Aquarium Kaiyukan – One of the world’s biggest aquariums, with exhibits ranging from Arctic to tropical marine life. There are over 15 large tanks, each recreating a specific region of the Pacific Rim, taking visitors on a virtual tour of the Pacific Ocean. The tanks include, “Japan Forest, which recreates a sunlit, beautiful Japanese forest; the icy, snow-clad “Antarctica;” and the centre piece of the aquarium, “Pacific Ocean,” a 9 m deep, 34 m long tank containing 5,400 tons of water, serving as the home of WHALE SHARKS, the largest fish species in the world. Later take Photo stop at Osaka Castle (from outside), one of Japan’s most famous landmarks as it played a major role in the unification of Japan during the sixteenth century of the Azuchi-Momoyama period.
  • Check-in at hotel. Overnight in Osaka.


  • Breakfast at Hotel. Time Free for Leisure.
  • Check-out from the hotel & transfer to Osaka International Airport for return flight.

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