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Title: Japan Budget Travel Itinerary

JAPAN AT A GLANCE Travel Itinerary
Japan at A Glance Tokyo Kyoto 6 Nights/7 Days
  • 23 January - 30 September 2020
  • On arrival in Tokyo, our representative will meet
    you and help you transfer to the hotel by shared
  • (Optional transfer by train or private vehicle
    depending on your choice and your expenses) Time
    to relax or walk around Japanesestyle
    restaurants in the area of your hotel, if you're
    still full of energy! Try local sake, Japanese
    beers, sashimi, dried fish and fried foods in a
    traditional atmosphere that has persisted for
    three hundred years.
  • Optional excursion
  • Evening foodie tour our professional and
    friendly guide will take you to non-touristy
    Izakaya in Ginza where you can feel like a
    local. This is a perfect opportunity to learn
    local tradition, culture, and food, and will
    definitely be an unforgettable experience.
  • Includes
  • - Airport transfer on shared shuttle, customer
  • After breakfast, your private guide takes you on
    a tour using the inner-city public transit system
    to visit the magnificent Meiji Shrine, a Shinto
    shrine dedicated to the Meiji Emperor, and the
    most popular place in the city for weddings and
    end-of-year "Hatsu-mode." And then stroll at the
    peaceful Hamariyku garden, the former private
    garden of an Edo Period Lord. Here you will stop
    for a Japanese green tea. What a way to start the
    day and relaxing ride on the Sumida river bus to
    have a different view of Tokyo and its futuristic
    buildings, including an 18-meter tall Gundam
    robot statue. Followed by a journey to Harajuku
    and Omote-Sando, also known as Tokyos
    ChampsElysee. This broad, tree lined avenue
    features a multitude of fashion flagship stores
    designed by internationally renowned architects
    within a short distance End of the day by
    visiting Asakusa - home of the grand temple of
    Senso-ji. This bright red temple is central to an
    area famous for kimono, geisha, performing arts
    and old-fashioned souvenirs for more than 300
  • Note The order of this itinerary may change
    depending on the location of your hotel and city
    traffic. Includes
  • English speaking guide for 8 hours
  • Entrance fee
  • Public transportation on tour

  • 1-day hidden Kamakura Enoshima Bay Drive Tour
    Visit famous sights of hidden Kamakura such as
    the Great Buddha statue at Kotoku-in Temple, and
    take in the beautiful ocean scenery of Enoshima
    on this bus tour.
  • After breakfast, take a bullet-train ride to
    Kyoto, the ancient capital city of Japan. This
    city stands as it did for hundreds of years, and
    the older part of town is actually protected to
    prevent it from turning into another shrine to
    modernity. Make your own way from train station
    to the hotel. Our company representative meets
    you at your hotel to provide you with the
    information about your tour in Kyoto and how to
    make most out of your stay during self-guided
    days. In the afternoon, join a tea ceremony at
    "machiya," a restored traditional wooden house
    that is typical to Kyoto and many parts of
    Japan. If you wish, try on Japanese traditional
    dress, kimono (on your expense). There are many
    styles and colors, and see how the outfit works
    on you.
  • Free evening to enjoy at your leisure to walk
    through Gion, where you may get a glimpse of
    Geisha, walking through the narrow alley. With
    17 Unesco World Heritage sights to be seen, the
    town is still quaint and walkable enough to be
    explored at leisure.
  • Includes
  • Bullet train Tokyo - Kyoto - English speaking
  • joined tea ceremony
  • After breakfast, the guide will pick you up at
    the hotel for a full day city tour using the
    public transportation. You start with the grand
    Nijo Castle, a sprawling, breath-taking example
    of comfortable luxury in Japanese nature.
    History has changed the face of this complex many
    times - see the footprints of each of its iconic
    owners, and walk the "chirping" nightingale
    floors that were so popular in construction
    during this building's heyday. We then visit
    Ryoanji, famous for its UNESCO-protected World
    Heritage zen gardens. You may find it nostalgic,
    as it has been featured in many movies and cited
    often for inspiration by creators and
    entrepreneurs alike. The Zen rock gardens are
    quintessential for posters and calendars of Japan
    - you may even feel a sense of nostalgia as you
    view it while sipping green tea. We then take you
    to Kinkakuji. The location of many films and
    novels, this pavilion which is completely coated
    in gold was originally built as a summer house
    for a shogun. It has become a symbol of luxury,
    beauty, and excess in literature and films
    throughout the ages.
  • Transfer on bus to Sagano, and start walking
    through the lush bamboo grove, admiring the
    amazing views of the mountains and imposing
    valleys. It is around 3 km gentle walk. Head to
    Tenryu- Ji temple, which dates to 1339 and it
    still stands in the original design. Next,
    continue to the Jajakko- Ju temple, nestled in
    the wooded hill. Finish your walk by crossing
    over the famous Togetsukyo Bridge, overlooking at
    the stunning views of the hozu river.
  • Includes
  • 8 hours English speaking guide
  • Entrance fees
  • Public transportation on tour

the largest wooden building in the world, and is
quite an impressive site. Also visit
KasugaTaisha, Nara's most celebrated shinto
shrine, which is populated by pretty, friendly
deer whose presence only improves the
tranquility of the area. DAY 7 KYOTO
DEPARTURE (B) Free time to go shopping for
souvenirs until transfer to Kansai Airport for
your departure flight. Prices
In Single In Double In Triple
3 3670 3140 2900
4 4770 3710 3460
Hotels used or similar
Location Hotel Name
Tokyo 3 Villa Fontaine
Tokyo 4 Park hotel

Kyoto 3 Hotel Vista Premio
Kyoto 4 Kyoto Royal Spa
  • The prices per person in USD and include
  • Round trip economy class flights as per the
    lowest booking fare
  • Private Round trip transfers from and to the
  • 3 nights stay in Tokyo at the hotel of your
  • 3 nights stay in Kyoto at the hotel of your
  • Daily Breakfast
  • Boat trip as stated in above sights
  • English speaking guide
  • Sightseeing fees on tour day
  • All taxes included
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