Japan is the first Country in Asia to welcome the dawn on the each day and for millennia, these islands have been called as "The Land of Rising Sun". Blessed with stunning natural beauty and a time-honored spirit of hospitality, Japan offers myriad destinations overflowing with unforgettable experiences. Experiences that are distinctively tell a powerful story that will stimulate the senses, stir the heart, and leave impressions that will stay with you long after you return home.

Visit Mount Fuji, the tallest mountain in Japan standing at 3,776 meters (12,380 feet) is also a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage site or a museum where you can experience the latest in AI technology, or tour Hiroshima and hear residents’ thoughts on peace first-hand. Climb high atop the world’s longest suspension bridge - Akashi-Kaikyo Bridge and thrill at the sight below, or delve underground to a “subterranean temple” worthy of a science fiction epic or ride on one of Japan’s luxury super-fast bullet trains or visit Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route, which astounds nature lovers with some of Japan’s most dynamic mountain vistas…
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Japan Tour

Explore Japan Tour Package

8 Nights / 9 Days
Mt. Fuji
Airport Pickup
  • Arrive into Narita International Airport (NRT), Tokyo.
  • Proceed to immigration formalities.
  • Collect you baggage from the designated carousel.
  • Meet our associate representative who will be holding a placard at the arrival hall.
  • Transfer to Pre-booked Hotel.
  • Check-into hotel between 14:00-15:00hrs, a standard check-in time.
  • Get acclimatized in the free time.
  • Dinner will be on your own.
  • Stay Overnight at Hotel.
Breakfast / Lunch
  • Have breakfast at Hotel.
  • After breakfast, meet our associate representative and go on for a Tokyo City Tour either on Seat-in-Coach (SIC) basis or a Private basis. (*Tourists opted for SIC Tour will have to reach to Pick up point on Own). Tokyo City Tour covers:
    • Tokyo Tower – a communications and observation tower: Rising up to 333 meters, Tokyo Tower used to be the tallest tower in Japan until the completion of Tokyo Skytree in 2012. You can choose to take the elevator or walk up 600 steps to the Main Observatory located 150 meters up and offers memorable views of the city as well as a “look-down” window – not for the faint-hearted. The very top deck, up at 250 meters was renovated in early 2018, adding topsy-turvy mirrors and LED lighting effects to give the feeling of floating above the city in a high-tech spaceship.
    • Meiji Jingu Shrine: The shrine is dedicated to the deified spirits of Emperor Meiji and his royal consort.
    • Akasaka Palace (State Guest House) – drive pass.
    • National Diet (Assembly) Building (drive pass)
    • Imperial Palace East Garden: The Imperial Palace East Gardens is the only section of the inner palace area that is now open to the public. At a sprawling 2,300,000sq.ft Japanese and Western-style gardens, you will find buildings – Toukagaku-do (a music hall built in commemorating Empress Kojun’s 60th birthday), and Sannomaru Shozokan, which houses paintings, calligraphy and crafts handed down to the Imperial Family. Other major buildings include the Music Department, where public performances of gagaku (ancient court music and dance) held every autumn, and Shoryobu, which manages the valuable archives and mausoleums of the Imperial Family.
    • Ginza Shopping District (Drive through)
    • Hamarikyu garden: Hamarikyu Gardens is a public park located at the mouth of the Sumida River.
    • Sumida River Cruise: The sightseeing highlights of the Sumida River are the Tokyo Skytree and the many bridges, varying in color and design that span the Sumida.
    • Asakusa Kannon Temple (Senso-ji Temple): Senso-ji is Tokyo’s oldest Buddhist temple originated with a castaway statue netted by two fisherman brothers while fishing in what is now called the Sumida River in 628 A.D.
    • Nakamise Street: A quintessential Japanese street shopping by Sensoji Temple is heaven for those seeking out traditional knickknacks and souvenirs.
  • Return to Hotel (*Tourists opted for SIC Tour will be dropped at a drop point).
  • Dinner will be on your own.
  • Stay Overnight at Hotel.
Breakfast / Lunch
  • Have breakfast at Hotel.
  • After breakfast, meet our associate representative and proceed for Mt.Fuji and Hakone Tour. Hakone is a mountainous town known for its Onsen (a natural hot spring)
    • Mt. Fuji 5th Station (subject to weather conditions),
    • Hakone Sky Gondola & Owakudani Valley: The ropeway’s gondolas depart every minute and fit around ten people each. The Hakone Ropeway gondola has a wider width and no steps so that people can get on and off with a wheelchair as is. Traveling the full length of the ropeway takes around 30 minutes. Along the journey, passengers can enjoy views of the active, sulfuric hot spring sources of the Owakudani Valley between Sounzan and Owakudani and of Lake Ashinoko and Mount Fuji between Owakudani and Togendai if visibility allows. Owakudani is actually inside the crater of the volcano Mount Kamiyama next to that eternal symbol of Japan, Mount Fuji.
    • Lake Ashinoko (Ashi) Cruise: Take a laid-back boat cruise on beautiful Lake Ashi, a pretty caldera lake with views of Mount Fuji.
    • Return and Stay Overnight at Hotel
Airport Pick up & Drop
  • Have breakfast at Hotel.
    Check out Hotel.
  • Meet our associate representative and drive to Airport.
  • Board Flight to Hiroshima
  • Meet and transfer to Hotel.
  • Dinner will be on your Own.
  • Stay Overnight at Hotel.

**Your baggage will be transferred to the hotel booked in Kyoto. (One baggage per pax basis)

Bullet Train
  • Have breakfast at Hotel.
  • Check out from Hotel.
  • Deposit baggage at the concierge.
  • Meet our associate representative and proceed for a SIC Hiroshima & Miyajima Island Tour.
    • Itsukushima Shrine & O-Torii gate: The Itsukushima Shrine is a Shinto (the oldest religion in Japan) Shrine picturesquely located on an inlet of the island of Miyajima (also known as Itsukushima). In 1996, Itsukushima Shrine was registered as a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage site.
    • Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park / Museum: Opened in the year 1950, the museum was built by the city of Hiroshima to present an accurate picture of the atomic attack by recording the tragic and terrible effects of the bombing and subsequent radiation. The main building conveys what happened on August 6, 1945, through scientific explanations and exhibits of items belonging to the victims. The east building tells the story of Hiroshima before and after the bombing and describes the city’s nuclear disarmament efforts.
    • Atomic Bomb Dome(Genbaku Dome): An atomic bomb detonates at approximately 600 meters over downtown Hiroshima. Severely devastated, Hiroshima became the world’s first city to be attacked by an A-bomb. In 1996, it was inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage site.
  • Lunch Enjoy lunch on your own
  • After the tour, transfer to Hiroshima Railway station on your own and Board Bullet Train to Kyoto.
  • Arrival at Kyoto, meet your driver/chauffeur and transfer to the hotel.
  • Stay overnight at Hotel.
Breakfast & Lunch
  • Have breakfast at Hotel.
  • After breakfast, meet our associate representative and proceed for SIC Kyoto & Nara 1-Day Tour
    • Nijo-jo Castle: The Nijo-Jo Castle was built in 1603 as the Kyoto residence of Tokugawa Ieyasu, the first shogun of the Edo Period (1603-1867). The Nijo-Jo castle is the best example of feudal era castle architecture and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site significant in terms of history, culture, and art history.
    • Kinkakuji Temple: Kinkakuji (Golden Pavilion) is a Zen temple in northern Kyoto. The top two floors of the Temple are completely covered in gold leaf.
    • Kyoto Imperial Palace(Gosho): Gosho is the former residence of the Emperor of Japan.
    • Todaiji Temple / Nara Park: Todaji is Buddhism’s head temple, home to the biggest bronze Buddha in the world; it also serves as the headquarters of an entire school of Buddhism known as Kegon. Nara Park is where the deer congregate.
    • Kasuga Taisha Shrine: Kasuga Taisha is considered one of the most sacred sites in all of Japan. The Kasuga Taisha shrine houses four main deities and a dozen lucky gods.
    • Nara Nagomikan(Gift shop)
  • Return to Hotel
  • Dinner will be on your own.
  • Stay Overnight at Hotel.
  • Have breakfast at Hotel.
  • Check out Hotel.
  • Meet your driver and transfer to your hotel in Osaka in the morning.
  • Check in to Hotel
  • Meet our associate representative and proceed for SIC Osaka Walking Tour
    • Osaka Castle: Osaka Castle, or “Osaka-jo” in Japanese, is one of the most famous landmarks in Japan. This five-story castle is one of the most visually spectacular creations in the country, with a history that dates back almost 450 years! An observation deck encircles the eighth floor, from which visitors can enjoy a panoramic view of Osaka city and the environs from about 160 feet up. Osaka Castle Park has become an incredibly popular destination for its changing foliage in the spring’s ‘sakura’ (cherry blossom) season, as well as the autumn’s ‘koyo’ (falling leaves) season.
    • Aqua Liner Cruise: The Aqua-Liner, a waterbus, cruises around the Okawa River (former Yodo River). Aqua-Liner is a specially designed cruise boat with a glass roof that gives unimpeded views of Osaka’s cityscape, and its roof can be lowered by 30cms when passing under the lowest bridges on the tour route. The bus goes around popular landmarks – the red-brick Japan Mint in Osaka, a retro building of Osaka City, the Central Public Hall, and the symbol of Osaka, the Osaka Castle.
  • Return to Hotel
  • Lunch and Dinner will be on your own.
  • Stay Overnight at Hotel.
Airport Pick up & Drop
  • Have breakfast at Hotel.
  • Check out Hotel.
  • Meet your driver and transfer to Airport.
  • Board Flight to Tokyo
  • Arrive into Tokyo. Meet our associate representative and drive to Hotel.
  • Check in to Hotel.
  • Lunch and Dinner will be on your own.
  • Stay Overnight at Hotel.
Airport Drop
  • Have breakfast at Hotel.
  • Check out Hotel.
  • Meet our associate representative and drive to Airport.
  • Get dropped at Airport for your homebound flight

Japan Tour Cost

Package Cost: Starts from JPY ¥ 266,800* Per Person

Package Cost Includes:

  • Accommodation
    • 4Nights Accommodation in Tokyo with breakfast
    • 1Night Accommodation in Hiroshima with breakfast
    • 2Nights Accommodation in Kyoto with breakfast
    • 1Night Accommodation in Osaka with breakfast
  • Lunch as indicated in the itinerary
  • Transfers & Sightseeing Tours as indicated in the Itinerary
  • Bullet Train Ticket from Hiroshima – Kyoto
  • Applicable taxes in Japan.

Package Cost does not include:

  • Air Ticket to Tokyo, Japan.
  • GST.
  • Travel Insurance.
  • Lunch and Dinner / other meals not mentioned.
  • Personal purchases and drinks except those included in the Breakfast.
  • Early Check in / Late Check out beyond the Standard Policies of Each Hotel / Resort
    • Check In time is 1400hrs & Check Out time is 1100hrs
  • Activity charges inside the Sightseeing venues.
  • Accommodation Tax if applicable
    • Depending on the hotel or Ryokan in Japan, guests may be asked to pay accommodation tax (approximately JPY 100 -1,000/person) and bathing tax (JPY 100 – 200/person) at the time of check-in/check-out by either cash or credit card.
  • Any service not mentioned in the inclusions
  • Usage of Transportation beyond the schedules / Sightseeing provided.
  • Tip for Tour Guide, Driver or Chauffeur.
  • Change in the Order of Itinerary/amendments as per Personal Interests / Convenience.
  • Incidental Expenses due to Natural Calamities / Weather disruptions / Flight Cancellations / War/ Strike / Fire / Acts of government / Riot, etc.
  • Personal expenses such as room service, bar, laundry, porterage, mini bar etc.

Frequently Asked Questions

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Japan’s cherry blossom (Sakura) season famously begins in April and lasts for around two weeks. On Japan’s southern, subtropical islands of Okinawa, cherry blossoms open as early as January, while on the northern island of Hokkaido, the flowering can be as late as May. In most major cities in between, such as Tokyo, Kyoto, and Osaka, the cherry blossom season typically takes place in early April.

Japan is a year-round destination. However, Japan is the most
picturesque in springtime when rainfall is minimal and the weather starts to warm up for the summer months of July and August – and, obviously, during Japan’s prime cherry blossom season.

English is not as widely spoken in Japan as in many other Asian countries.English explanations at sights and attractions vary; some have plenty of information in English, some have rather less.We arrange tours with our associate agents who speak english and arrange guides accordingly.

We price our tours in Japanese Yen and convert the Package cost to INR. As it is possible that the exchange rate may change unfavorably, the rate of exchange rate considered from JPY to INR on the date of Payment.

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