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It’s easy to see why Japan has become one of the fastest growing travel destinations. And when experienced by train, it only gets better. Japan is home to the world’s most sophisticated railways, which take you directly to sought-after cities within the country. During this 10-day train holiday, you’ll travel from Tokyo to the Kansai region of Osaka, hitting Hakone and Kyoto in between. Prepare for unforgettable cultural experiences, gorgeous landscapes, relaxing train rides, and visits to historical landmarks. Japan is such an intriguing destination. It’s a place that you’ll have to explore for yourself to understand its charm.

Highlights

  • Discover the exciting capital city of Tokyo
  • Travel onboard the world-famous Shinkansen bullet train to Hakone
  • Take in spectacular views of Mt. Fuji in Hakone and relax along Lake Ashi
  • Explore Kyoto’s gardens, shrines, temples, and culture
  • Experience the Fushimi Inari Shrine and Nara
  • Visit the Kansai region of Osaka and sample local delicacies

PACKAGE ALSO INCLUDES:

  • Rail travel as per itinerary
  • Japan Rail Pass
  • 3 nights hotel accommodation with breakfast in Tokyo
  • 1 night hotel accommodation with breakfast and dinner in Hakone
  • 3 nights hotel accommodation with breakfast in Kyoto
  • 2 nights hotel accommodation with breakfast and dinner in Osaka
  • Full day tour of Tokyo
  • Tour of Tsukiji Market in Tokyo
  • Guided tour of Kyoto
  • Cultural experience in Kyoto
  • Full day tour of Nara and Fushimi
  • Evening food tour in Osaka
  • Transfers between train station and hotels; hotels and train station; hotels and airport
  • 11 meals (9 breakfasts, 2 dinners)
Trip Map

Disclaimer:

Prices are per person, based on double occupancy. Prices do not include rail from your hometown. Package prices are subject to change without notice, and all reservations are based upon availability at the time of booking. Single occupancy supplements will apply for solo travelers. Hotel and room facilities vary and may be subject to additional fees. Some hotels require payment of local city taxes on arrival. Please call for pricing. We accept all major credit and debit cards. Activities referenced in the itinerary during free time are for suggested purposes only and are not included. Seasonal activity (if applicable): During the off-season, some tours may not be available. In this case, a similar tour will be substituted. Passports are required when traveling outside the United States including crossing the Canadian border.

DAY 1 – TOKYO
Upon arrival in exciting Tokyo, transfer to your hotel and get settled before stepping out to explore the city on your own. Tokyo is a sprawling metropolis that offers something for any visitor—old shrines and traditional restaurants to the neon glitz and glamour. (Overnight in Tokyo)

DAY 2 – TOKYO
Today’s full day tour of the city begins in the old town of Asakusa. Visit Sensoji (Tokyo’s oldest temple) and stroll down the shopping street of Nakamise. Up next? Relax as you travel down the Sumidagawa River on a water bus to Hamarikyu Gardens. Finally, visit Meiji Shrine and the tree-lined street of Omotesando. Spend the evening discovering some hidden gems of the city on you own. (Overnight in Tokyo) B

DAY 3 – TOKYO
Following breakfast this morning, embark on a tour of outer Tsukiji Market. Spend some time wandering through the vast seafood section and produce areas. Spend the afternoon at your leisure checking out any sights of interest or get off the beaten path. (Overnight in Tokyo) B

DAY 4 – TOKYO TO HAKONE
Travel onboard the world-famous Shinkansen bullet train from Tokyo to Hakone after enjoying breakfast. Because its easily accessible from Tokyo, Hakone is a very popular destination for those looking to unwind from the busy city. Relax while taking in spectacular view of Mt. Fuji and Lake Ashi. (Overnight in Hakone) B, D

DAY 5 – HAKONE TO KYOTO
Enjoy breakfast then board your train from Hakone to the ancient city of Kyoto. In the afternoon, choose from a variety of cultural experiences, including a tea ceremony, flower arrangement, calligraphy, or an origami class. The evening is free for you to explore on your own. (Overnight in Kyoto) B

DAY 6 – KYOTO
Today’s guided tour will take you on a full day adventure of the city. Highlights include: Kinkakuji Temple (Golden Pavilion), Nijo Castle, and Nishiki Market. Wrap up your tour with a visit to either Kiyomizu Temple or Sanusangendo temple. (Overnight in Kyoto) B< DAY 7 – DAY TRIP TO NARA AND FUSHIMI
Travel directly to Nara by train for your full day tour and visit Todaiji Temple, Kasuga Taisha, and Nara Park (famous for its tame deer). Later, spend some time at Fushimi Inari Shrine and marvel at its red torii gates. Following your tour, return to Kyoto and spend the evening on your own. (Overnight in Kyoto) B

DAY 8 – KYOTO TO OSAKA
Travel by train to Osaka, located in the Kansai region (the heart of Japan). This is where Japanese culture originated. It’s famous for both its cuisine and shopping experiences. Once you arrive, spend the day at your leisure getting to know the city. In the evening, you’ll embark on a guided food tour of Dotonbori, a famous pedestrian-only restaurant street. Sample local delicacies and eat to your heart’s content. (Overnight in Osaka) B, D

DAY 9 – OSAKA
With an entire day and night to explore on your own, there’s no telling what you’ll discover. Make sure to visit the Osaka Castle, Umeda Sky Building, Abeno Harukas, and the fascinating old markets and restaurant district along the side streets surrounding the Tsutenkaku Tower. (Overnight in Osaka) B

DAY 10 – YOUR JOURNEY ENDS IN OSAKA
Enjoy your breakfast this morning then transfer to the Kansai International Airport for your flight. B

MEAL GUIDE: B - BREAKFAST, BR - BRUNCH, L - LUNCH, AT - AFTERNOON TEA, D -DINNER

Hotel Vischio Osaka

Hotel Vischio Osaka

A 5-minute walk from JR Osaka Station offers convenience and a
relaxing and relaxing space where you can feel nature .

"Visquio" means "staywood" in Italian,
and since it is considered to be a holy tree that brings happiness, safety and good luck in Nordic mythology, it is
a place where you can feel the happiness of healing the tiredness of the trip. Named wishing to be.

Hotel Granvia Osaka

Hotel Granvia Osaka

Hotel Granvia Osaka, located in the center of the spirited and historic city of Osaka, Japan,
offers guests a sophisticated retreat and direct connection to JR Osaka train lines!
Guests at this Umeda hotel will experience unparalleled hospitality, fine and casual dining, spacious guestroom accommodations
and the finest in services and amenities.

Ichinoyu Honkan

Ichinoyu Honkan

'ICHINOYU' was founded in 1630 as a pioneer of the hot spring hotel industry in Hakone area and even painted by the famous UKIYOE painter - Utagawa Hiroshige.

Here in the traditional environment,You'll surely be satisfied with Japanese culture.

Susukinohara Ichinoyu

Susukinohara Ichinoyu

Susukinohara Ichinoyu is located in an area of natural beauty.
All rooms are Japanese style and have an open-air hot spring bathroom.
*The dinner and breakfast in Susukinohara Ichinoyu and comes with "all-you can drink."

Hotel Vista Premio Kyoto

Hotel Vista Premio Kyoto

The hotel is a 5-minute walk from Municipal Subway "Kyoto City Hall" station, Hankyu Railway "Kawaramachi" Station, Keihan Train "Keihan Sanjo" Station. It is located in the west of Kawaramachi which is the center of bustling Kyoto.
Guest rooms are popular among customers of a wide range of nationality. Based on Western-style rooms, Kyoto's traditional culture such as Yukimi Shoji and Japanese style lighting has been incorporated.
The breakfast offers more than 25 kinds of buffet menu "Farm Restaurant Moku Moku".

Kyoto Tokyu Hotel

Kyoto Tokyu Hotel

For Your comfort

Television (regular channels), telephone, hot water pump pot, refrigerator,hair dryer, bidet, safe deposit box, Laundry service

For Your convenience

Tea set (japanese green tea), coffee set, slippers, bath towels, face towels,hand towels, bar soap, liquid soap, body wash, shampoo, conditioner, toothbrush set,razor, shaving cream, shower cap, comb, cotton swabs, cosmetic cotton, nightwear (yukata)

Shiba Park Hotel

Shiba Park Hotel

The Shiba Park Hotel was established in 1948 in a quiet neighborhood of Shibadaimon area, close to the Tokyo Tower, an iconic landmark of Tokyo, and Zojoji Temple, the Tokugawa family’s temple.

We want our guests to feel “relaxed as if they were at home”, even in the midst of a trip in Tokyo.
The Shiba Park Hotel will always welcome guests from around the world with the philosophy “Endeavor to be the professional of Omotenashi” in mind.

Park Hotel Tokyo

Park Hotel Tokyo

The beauty of Japanese aesthetics has been nurtured by enjoying it with nature. Park Hotel Tokyo is a place where you can enjoy the ever changing seasons ART = Space (Atrium) food (Restaurant) travel. It is a special time to feel the art starting from the moment you set foot here. We offer a variety of hospitality to allow guests to feel relaxed and enjoy their stay.

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Disclaimer:

Prices are per person, based on double occupancy. Prices do not include rail from your hometown. Package prices are subject to change without notice, and all reservations are based upon availability at the time of booking. Single occupancy supplements will apply for solo travelers. Hotel and room facilities vary and may be subject to additional fees. Some hotels require payment of local city taxes on arrival. Please call for pricing. We accept all major credit and debit cards. Activities referenced in the itinerary during free time are for suggested purposes only and are not included. Seasonal activity (if applicable): During the off-season, some tours may not be available. In this case, a similar tour will be substituted. Passports are required when traveling outside the United States including crossing the Canadian border.

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