9 Super Experiences!

Our genuine experts explored the destinations time and again and finally worked out the itinerary taking you to experience the highlights in various ways that others might miss.

pic Uji: A quaint city nestled along the banks of Uji River

Celebrated for its premium green tea, ancient temples including Byodoin's Phoenix Hall, and as a serene backdrop in the Tale of Genji, inviting visitors to savor history and tranquility in every cup.

pic Mt. Fuji's Arakurayama Sengen Shrine

Perched on a hillside, offering breathtaking views of Mt. Fuji framed by towering cherry blossoms and a red pagoda, this serene shrine is a photographer's paradise and a spiritual haven, encapsulating Japan's natural beauty and cultural reverence.

pic Kyoto's iconic shrine

famed for its endless vermilion torii gates trailing up Mount Inari, inviting visitors into a mystical journey through Shinto devotion, fox spirits, and vibrant autumn hues.

pic Kyoto's World Heritage Sites

Timeless temples, serene gardens, and historic palaces whisper tales of ancient Japan's imperial grandeur, preserving a cultural legacy through 17 UNESCO-inscribed gems in the heart of the old capital.

pic Urban Japanese Escapades

Thoughtfully Curated Two-Day City Walks, Guided Journeys through the Heartbeat of Metropolises via Public Transit

pic Tokyo Water Bus: Cruise through Tokyo's iconic waterways

Experiencing the city's skyline from a unique aquatic vantage point, connecting historic districts and modern landmarks in a leisurely, scenic voyage.

pic Arashiyama Monkey Park Iwatayama

Ascend the forested mountainside for an up-close encounter with wild Japanese macaques, enjoying panoramic views of Kyoto below, and engage in a unique feeding experience atop this natural sanctuary.

pic An immersive digital art collective

TeamLab: Transforming spaces into interactive wonderlands where art, science, and technology converge, inviting visitors to step into a universe of ever-evolving light, color, and motion, redefining the boundaries of creativity.

pic Shibuya Crossing

Tokyo's iconic scramble, a pulsating intersection where thousands of pedestrians converge in a synchronized dance, embodying the city's vibrant heartbeat and serving as a testament to urban harmony amidst relentless motion.

Itinerary Details

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Day 1 - Welcome to Japan!

Today you will fly to Tokyo. On arrival, your driver will welcome you at the arrival hall and transfer you to your hotel with a private car to ensure your arrival is worry-free.

Accommodation: Hotel East 21 Tokyo (Okura Hotels & Resorts)

Day 2 - Tokyo's Timeless Traditions Meets Modern Marvels | Sensoji Temple, Sky Tree Tembo TemboDeck, Akihabara, Tokyo national museum

Sensoji Temple:Senso-ji Temple Tokyo`s oldest and most prominent temple. The magestic Senso-Ji Buddhist Temple is almost 1400 years old and is a symbol of Asakusa and the entire city of Tokyo.

Sky Tree Tembo TemboDeck(350m):The Tokyo Skytree is a television broadcasting tower and landmark of Tokyo. It is the centerpiece of the Tokyo Skytree Town in the Sumida City Ward, not far away from Asakusa. With a height of 634 meters (634 can be read as "Musashi", a historic name of the Tokyo Region), it is the tallest structure in Japan and was the second tallest in the world at the time of its completion. A large shopping complex with an aquarium is located at its base.Inclusive OfTOKYO SKYTREE® 350m Tembo Deck ticket.

Akihabara:Akihabara, also commonly known as “Electric Town,” is the go-to district in Tokyo for electronics—and a popular spot to immerse in anime and manga culture.  The area’s hundreds of stores sell everything from computer parts to home goods.

Tokyo national museum:The Tokyo National Museum features one of the largest and best collections of art and archeological artifacts in Japan, made up of over 100,000 individual items including nearly a hundred national treasures. At any one time, about 4000 different items from the permanent museum collection are on display. In addition, visiting temporary exhibitions are also held regularly.


Sensoji Temple
Sensoji Temple
Nakamise Shopping Street
Nakamise Shopping Street
Sky Tree Tembo TemboDeck(350m)
Sky Tree Tembo TemboDeck(350m)
Akihabara
Akihabara
Tokyo national museum
Tokyo national museum
Accommodation: Hotel East 21 Tokyo (Okura Hotels & Resorts)

Day 3 - Tokyo bustling modern tour | Teamlab Borderless Tokyo, Ikebukuro Sunshine City, Shibuya Crossing, Shibuya hachiko

Teamlab Borderless Tokyo:Wander, Explore, and Discover in One Continuous Borderless World teamLab Borderless is a world of artworks without boundaries, a museum without a map created by art collective teamLab. Artworks move out of rooms, relate to other works, influence each other, and at times intermingle, without boundaries. Through this group of works, one continuous world without boundaries is created. Immerse your body in borderless art. Wander, explore with intention, discover, and create a world with others.

Shibuya Crossing:It is an unquestioned must-visit for any trip to Tokyo. The sprawling scramble intersection just outside Shibuya Station is an embodiment of Tokyo itself: action in all directions. Three huge television screens mounted on the buildings facing the intersection flash all day, while the rest of the area is covered with lights, advertisements, and more lights.

Shibuya hachiko:one of Japan's unofficial landmarks, the Hachiko statue in Shibuya is a homage to the faithful Akita dog who waited at Shibuya Station every day for his master, even after his death. Today, it’s one of the most popular meeting places in Tokyo.

Meiji Jingu Shrine:Meiji Shrine is a shrine dedicated to the deified spirits of Emperor Meiji and his consort, Empress Shoken. Located just beside the JR Yamanote Line's busy Harajuku Station, Meiji Shrine and the adjacent Yoyogi Park make up a large forested area within the densely built-up city. The spacious shrine grounds offer walking paths that are great for a relaxing stroll.


Teamlab Borderless Tokyo
Teamlab Borderless Tokyo
Shibuya Crossing
Shibuya Crossing
Shibuya hachiko
Shibuya hachiko
Meiji Jingu Shrine
Meiji Jingu Shrine
Accommodation: Hotel East 21 Tokyo (Okura Hotels & Resorts)

Day 4 - Mount Fuji Wonder Tour | West Lake Village, Oshino Hakkai, Narusawa Hyoketsu Ice Cave, Arakurayama Sengen Park

West Lake Village is located in the "West Lake" a display of Japan's original scenery thatched cottage village. From the village you can see Mount Fuji in the distance, and the pointed roofs are covered with thick thatch. The village brook murmuring, birds singing flowers, seems to have come to Xanadu.Head to Oshino Hakkai is a touristy set of eight ponds in Oshino, a small village in the Fuji Five Lake region, The eight ponds are fed by snow melt from the slopes of nearby Mount Fuji that filters down the mountain through porous layers of lava for over 80 years, resulting in very clear spring water that is revered by the locals.The Narusawa Hyoketsu Ice Cave is located at the east entrance to the Aokigahara Jukai "sea of trees" forest, and is regarded as one of the tourist spots within the Fuji Five Lakes area that can be visited throughout the year. Over 1150 years ago, during year 6 of the Jogan era (864 a.d.), Nagaoyama, a flank volcano of Mt. Fuji erupted. The red hot lava flow (Aokigahara Maruo) descended between ancient parasitic volcanoes, creating this two-tunnel type cave.Arakurayama Sengen Park is one of the world-famous viewing spots of Mount Fuji. In springtime, the cherry blossoms in bloom create a spectacular view of a five-storied pagoda and Mount Fuji unique to Japan. Not only does the park offer splendid views of the mountain in respective seasons, but it also serves as a popular viewing spot for the beautiful night scenery of Fujiyoshida City.

West Lake Village
West Lake Village
Narusawa Hyoketsu Ice Cave
Narusawa Hyoketsu Ice Cave
Sengen Shrine
Sengen Shrine
Oshino Hakkai
Oshino Hakkai
Accommodation: Fuji View Hotel

Day 5 - A thrilling journey&Transfer Kyoto | Fuji-Q Highland

After arriving at Station,Check in at the hotel by yourself.The hotel is close to the station.

Fuji-Q Highland is one of Japan's most popular amusement parks, located in the Fuji Five Lake region at the foot of Mount Fuji. With Mount Fuji in the background.It is best known for its thrilling, record-breaking roller coasters and elaborate, anime- themed rides and attractions. The park strives to be at the forefront of theme park entertainment, and has been constantly opening new rides and attractions, including Guinness World Record breaking roller coasters.


The park also has several large-scale entertainment attractions, many of which are based on popular anime series, including multiple mazes and haunted attractions. In addition, there are a range of traditional rides such as tea cup, log flume, pirate ship and drop tower type rides, a ferris wheel, carousel and sky swings. Seasonal attractions, such as an ice skating rink, are also available. Restaurants, rest areas, souvenir shops and carnival games are spread out around the park.


There are also a number of kids attractions some of which are based on popular anime series. Furthermore, one area of the park is home to Thomas Land, a train themed zone which is based on the British Thomas the Tank Engine books and television series.


Shinkansen/Bullet train experience between Odawara and Kyoto(Ticket Included)

After arriving at Station,Check in at the hotel by yourself.The hotel is close to the station.

Fuji-Q Highland
Fuji-Q Highland
Fuji-Q Highland
Fuji-Q Highland
Fuji-Q Highland
Fuji-Q Highland
Accommodation: Daiwa Roynet Hotel Kyoto-ekimae

Day 6 - Kyoto Classic tour | Higashi Honganji Temple, Sanjusangendo, Nishiki Market, Tea Ceremony

Unlike many sightseeing locations, Higashi Honganji Temple is still an influential place in modern religious practices, situated just east of another spot of interest, Nishi Honganji Temple. They functioned as a single temple complex, in fact, until shogun Tokugawa Ieyasu split them into east (higashi) and west (nishi) because he was afraid that as a single entity, their political power would grow too great.

Sanjusangendo is the popular name for Rengeo-in, a temple in eastern Kyoto which is famous for its 1001 statues of Kannon, the goddess of mercy.  wooden statue of a 1000-armed Kannon (Senju Kannon) that is flanked on each side by 500 statues of human sized 1000-armed Kannon standing in ten rows.  Together they make for an awesome sight.

Nishiki Market is a narrow, five block long shopping street lined by more than one hundred shops and restaurants. Known as "Kyoto's Kitchen", this lively retail market specializes in all things food related, like fresh seafood, produce, knives and cookware, and is a great place to find seasonal foods and Kyoto specialties, such as Japanese sweets, pickles, dried seafood and sushi.Kyoto Tea Ceremony in Japan is one of the best and memorable experiences you can have!   Kimonos would normally be worn during traditional tea ceremonies.Our expert tea master and host, and friendly staff will demonstrate the process during the tea ceremony while explaining the significance behind it the steps and the tools.   You will get to learn about tea ceremony history, Kyoto, and tea ceremony etiquette.During the tea ceremony, you will not only observe how to make matcha green tea but you will also be guided on the process of making your own by the tea master.


Higashi Honganji Temple
Higashi Honganji Temple
Sanjusangendo
Sanjusangendo
Nishiki Market
Nishiki Market
Kimono and Tea Ceremony Experience
Kimono and Tea Ceremony Experience
Accommodation: Daiwa Roynet Hotel Kyoto-ekimae

Day 7 - Arashiyama Natrue&Kinkakuji Temple Tour | Kinkakuji Temple, Arashiyama Monkey Park Iwatayama, Sagano Bamboo Forest, Tenryu-ji

Kinkakuji Temple:With its gleaming gold tiers reflected in the lake below and a backdrop of forests and twisted pines, Kinkaku-ji (the Golden Pavilion) is an enchanting sight.  Dating back to the 14th century, the UNESCO World Heritage Site is one of Kyoto’s most popular attractions and among Japan’s most visited temples.

Arashiyama Monkey Park Iwatayama:If you want to check out Japan's famous monkeys, we strongly recommend this great little monkey park in Arashiyama. It's a short walk from central Arashiyama and it's great. If you want to see Japan's famous monkeys, you can easily do so at the Arashiyama Monkey Park in Kyoto's Arashiyama district.*The climb takes 20 minutes one way and your guide will be waiting for you at the bottom of the mountain.

Sagano Bamboo Forest:Sagano Bamboo Forest and listen to the unique sounds of the wind.

Tenryu-ji:Tenryuji is the most important temple in Kyoto's Arashiyama district. It was ranked first among the city's five great Zen temples, and is now registered as a world heritage site. Tenryuji is the head temple of its own school within the Rinzai Zen sect of Japanese Buddhism.

Kinkaku-ji Temple
Kinkaku-ji Temple
Arashiyama Monkey Park Iwatayama
Arashiyama Monkey Park Iwatayama
Sagano Bamboo Forest
Sagano Bamboo Forest
Tenryu-ji
Tenryu-ji
Accommodation: Daiwa Roynet Hotel Kyoto-ekimae

Day 8 - Uji Excursion&Stay in Osaka | Fushimi Inari Shrine, Ujigami Shrine, Street full of matcha, Byodoin Temple

Fushimi Inari Shrine/Red Torii Gates is an important Shinto shrine in southern Kyoto.  It is famous for its thousands of vermilion torii gates, which straddle a network of trails behind its main buildings.  The trails lead into the wooded forest of the sacred Mount Inari, which stands at 233 meters and belongs to the shrine grounds. Ujigami Shrine is believed to be the oldest standing shrine in Japan. Although there is no official record of when it was first constructed, experts estimate that Ujigami Shrine was well established by 1060. It was closely linked to Byodoin Temple as its "guardian shrine".Uji is famous for its green tea.  While Kozanji Temple in Kyoto is believed to be the original site of tea cultivation in Japan, Uji's tea became better known for its superior quality in the 1100s.There is a Street full of matcha, and you can shop here for souvenirs.Look on the front of a Japanese 10 yen coin and you'll see Byodoin Temple's famous Hou-ou-do Hall, also known as Amida Hall or Phoenix Hall. This building is one of the country's most well-known examples of Buddhist architecture and the only original structure of the Byodoin Temple complex that remains today.

Fushimi Inari Taisha/Red Torii Gates
Fushimi Inari Taisha/Red Torii Gates
Byodoin Temple
Byodoin Temple
Ujigami-jinja Shrine
Ujigami-jinja Shrine
Uji Matcha Street
Uji Matcha Street
Accommodation: Tokyu Stay Osaka Hommachi

Day 9 - Osaka Highlights Tour | Ninja experience, Osaka Castle, Shinsekai Streets&Tsutenkaku Tower, Zaou Fishing Restaurant

Ninja experience:Learn the ways of a true Japanese warrior during a 60-minute ninja lesson in Osaka! Ninjas aren't just famous in Japan, but worldwide. In many areas of the globe, the word "ninja" has come to mean black clothed mysterious beings that can perform superhuman feats. Popular movies and series are largely responsible for the attire, but ninja legends are actually real, and are a part of history in Japan. On this experience, become a ninja for a day and learn the art, poses, and shuriken (ninja star) throwing skills of ninjas. Receive hands-on instruction on fighting techniques (Kuja-kiri, Embu, etc.), weaponry, and meditation during this workshop. You'll also discover the ninja philosophy of "ku" or no-self, which focuses on minimizing conflict. And if you're brave enough, suit up in a "ninja gi" or ninja costume, too, roam the streets, and have your photos taken!Osaka Castle:The construction of Osaka Castle started in 1583 on the former site of the Ishiyama Honganji Temple, which had been destroyed by Oda Nobunaga thirteen years earlier. Toyotomi Hideyoshi intended the castle to become the center of a new, unified Japan under Toyotomi rule. It was the largest castle at the time.Shinsekai Streets&Tsutenkaku Tower:Paris was chosen as the model for Shinsekai's northern half, while the southern portion was built to imitate Coney Island in New York.   Tsutenkaku Tower was constructed in 1912 after Paris' Eiffel Tower.   Although it was scrapped during WWII, the tower was reconstructed soon afterwards in 1956.   The current tower is 103 meters high, with the main observatory at a height of 91 meters.   In addition, the tower offers an open-air deck on top of the main observatory and a 60 meter long slide at the base of the tower.

Zaou Fishing Restaurant:The restaurant chain where you can catch your own dinner. At the Osaka branch you're greeted by a giant, boat-shaped seating area, and surrounding that is a moat teeming with all kinds of fish. Once you're seated, you'll be handed a fishing rod and some bait, after which you're free to go fish. Bear in mind: there's no such thing as 'catch and release' here. If you caught it, you bought it.

*Meals not included Refer to meal fee 8,000~12,000JPY per person

Ninja experience
Ninja experience
Osaka Castle
Osaka Castle
Shinsekai Streets&Tsutenkaku Tower
Shinsekai Streets&Tsutenkaku Tower
Accommodation: Tokyu Stay Osaka Hommachi

Day 10 - Departure

Transfer service between Osaka and KIX airport with private English speaking driver guide.

Accommodation

  • 3 Nights in Tokyo
  • 1 Night in Fujiyama
  • 3 Nights in Kyoto
  • 2 Nights in Osaka
Hotel East 21 Tokyo (Okura Hotels & Resorts)
Hotel East 21 Tokyo (Okura Hotels & Resorts)
Hotel East 21 Tokyo (Okura Hotels & Resorts)
Hotel East 21 Tokyo (Okura Hotels & Resorts)
Hotel East 21 Tokyo (Okura Hotels & Resorts)
Hotel East 21 Tokyo (Okura Hotels & Resorts)
Hotel East 21 Tokyo (Okura Hotels & Resorts)
Hotel East 21 Tokyo (Okura Hotels & Resorts)
Hotel East 21 Tokyo (Okura Hotels & Resorts)
Hotel East 21 Tokyo (Okura Hotels & Resorts)
Hotel East 21 Tokyo (Okura Hotels & Resorts)
Hotel East 21 Tokyo (Okura Hotels & Resorts)
Hotel East 21 Tokyo (Okura Hotels & Resorts)
Hotel East 21 Tokyo (Okura Hotels & Resorts)
Room Type:Standard Double Room(27㎡)
Why this Hotel:

Nearby Toyocho Station offers direct subway access to Otemachi and Nihonbashi in about 10 minutes. JR Tokyo Train Station and the Imperial Palace are a 15-minute taxi ride away. Tokyo Sky Tree Tower is a 20-minute drive away, and Tokyo Disney Resort is a 30-minute drive. Airport limousine busses to/from Narita and Haneda airports are offered at an extra charge.

Fuji View Hotel
Fuji View Hotel
Fuji View Hotel
Fuji View Hotel
Fuji View Hotel
Fuji View Hotel
Fuji View Hotel
Fuji View Hotel
Fuji View Hotel
Fuji View Hotel
Room Type:Moderate Japanese-Style Room with Garden View-with 2person
Why this Hotel:

Overlooking Mount Fuji and Lake Kawaguchi, Fuji View Hotel offers spacious accommodations surrounded by gorgeous Japanese gardens with lush greenery and cherry trees. The on-site hot springs public bath was renovated and reopened in March 2018. Guests can unwind in indoor and outdoor hot spring baths. Free WiFi is provided at the lobby. The hotel offers free shuttles to/from Kawaguchiko Train Station, a 10-minute ride away.

Daiwa Roynet Hotel Kyoto-ekimae
Daiwa Roynet Hotel Kyoto-ekimae
Daiwa Roynet Hotel Kyoto-ekimae
Daiwa Roynet Hotel Kyoto-ekimae
Daiwa Roynet Hotel Kyoto-ekimae
Daiwa Roynet Hotel Kyoto-ekimae
Daiwa Roynet Hotel Kyoto-ekimae
Room Type:Deluxe Twin Room(28㎡)
Why this Hotel:

Newly opened in August 2016, Daiwa Roynet Hotel Kyoto Ekimae offers accommodations with free WiFi. The hotel is directly connected to JR Kyoto Station and a 4-minute walk away. Laptop rentals are available for in-room use.

Kyoto Ekimae Daiwa Roynet is a 15-minute walk from Toji Temple and a 20-minute train ride from Fushimi Inari Shrine. Kansai International Airport can be reached with a 105-minute bus ride from the property. Nishi and Higashi Hongan-ji temples are respectively a 15 and 10-minute stroll from the hotel.

Tokyu Stay Osaka Hommachi
Tokyu Stay Osaka Hommachi
Tokyu Stay Osaka Hommachi
Tokyu Stay Osaka Hommachi
Tokyu Stay Osaka Hommachi
Tokyu Stay Osaka Hommachi
Tokyu Stay Osaka Hommachi
Tokyu Stay Osaka Hommachi
Room Type:Deluxe Twin Room(28㎡)
Why this Hotel:

Tokyu Stay Osaka Hommachi has a fitness center, shared lounge, a terrace and restaurant in Osaka. This 4-star hotel offers a 24-hour front desk, luggage storage space and free WiFi. The property is 1.1 miles from the city center and a 8-minute walk from Namba Shrine.

What's included

AccommodationInternational-standard
Day1-3 Hotel East 21 Tokyo (Okura Hotels & Resorts)
Day4 Fuji View Hotel
Day5-7 Daiwa Roynet Hotel Kyoto-ekimae
Day8-9 Tokyu Stay Osaka Hommachi

Carefully selected accommodation with breakfast

Accommodation based on two people sharing (for each person not sharing a room, the single supplement will be added)

  • Well screened Hotels

    Handpicked hotels with good service and spacious room.

  • Super nice location

    Downtown location with convenient transportation and many good restaurants nearby.

TransportPrivate & Air-conditioned

All mentioned internal flights, trains, and cruises

Private & air-conditioned vehicle with ample space

  • Best-time flight

    No early get up. No late arrival.

  • Better seats

    Select seats for you as spacious as possible, such as exit row or bulkhead with more legroom.

GuidePrivate & Professional

Expert English-speaking local guide

MealsSafe & Authentic

All meals specified in the itinerary

  • Satisfying food

    Your special request on food can always be satisfied, no matter it relates to religion or medical purpose!

  • Local specialities

    Traditional local food is delicious and its specialities are worth searching out with our local guide!

  • Little snack

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SupportUseful Package & 24/7 Local Service

Bottles of drinking water and cold towels per guest per day

24/7 helpline while you are travelling

ExcursionsAll listed in the above Itnerary

All excursions specified in the itinerary

All entrance fees specified in the itinerary

Not included
Flights

Flights before and after the tour are not included in the tour price. You can organize your flights separately at any point.

service

our driver
Professional Guides & Drivers

We offer professional private tour guides with over 10-year experience, well-performed vehicles less than 5-year service life and licensed drivers with 5-year practice. Each of our employees undergoes rigorous screening before they can join our network.

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Well-selected Scenic spots and Hotel

All the hotels we advised have been inspected by our team and we spend time each year to top up our knowledge on the spot. Continuing Positive feedbacks on them from former customers because of their outstanding and unique characters.

local
Local Available 7/24

You will have our local team's urgency contact number and we are available whenever and wherever. If you meet any problem or need any help, just make a phone call and everything will be settled down at a time.

welcome kit
Warm Welcome Kits

We provide the welcome kits for each customer, you will receive the SIM card, city map, a bottle of drinking water and a cool towel per guest per day for FREE. Get all first-step information and useful tips in one profile and make your first tour simple and easy.