This extensive 13-day tour is designed so that you can visit all the most strategic points in Japan in a single trip. In addition, the tour includes two nights of accommodation in “Ryokan“, traditional Japanese accommodation with traditional dinners and breakfasts included, so that you can live from within the ancient traditions of this wonderful country.
The visits begin in Tokyo, the current capital of the country, where you can visit all the most emblematic places of this city for 4 days, between skyscrapers and ancient temples. Then we will visit Hakone to go up to the 5th station of Mt.Fuji and Takayama that will allow you to go back in time and imagine the Japan of the 17th century walking through its streets.
During our visits we will also pass through the village of Shirakawago, declared a World Heritage Site for its typical thatched-roof houses, and Hiroshima, famous for its Floating Torii, the gateway to Itsukushima Shrine.
Finally, the tour ends in Kyoto, the ancient capital of the country and known as “the city of a thousand temples“, so you can see the famous Kinkakuji Temple (or the Golden Pavilion), the Nijo Castle or the forest of Arashiyama bamboo.
An unforgettable trip to Japan that will allow you to enjoy visiting the most beautiful lakes and gardens, contemplate the brightness of its golden temples in the sun, surprise yourself with its giant Buddhas, its traditional architecture and participate in its most ancient customs.
The trips includes:
English-speaking assistant on arrival.
Airport-hotel-airport transfers by regular line coach without assistance.
12 nights of accommodation only except in Hakone and Takayama (accommodation in ryokan with Half Board).
Train voucher “Japan Rail Pass” with a duration of 7 days in tourist class (To be used from the 6th day to the 12th day).
Excursion to Mt.Fuji and Hakone on a regular tour with an English-speaking guide and lunch on the 5th day.
Local line bus ticket: Takayama-Shirakawago-Kanazawa (7th day).
Luggage forwarding service between the Tokyo hotel and the Kyoto hotel (1 suitcase per person).