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 Sagano Scenic Railway

You'll hop onto a train that runs along the Hozugawa River. It's an old-fashioned engine that will take you through slow, route through Arashiyama

pic Walk in Arashiyama's bamboo groves

Take a walk through Arashiyama's famous bamboo groves and visit a great Zen temple, Tenryuji temple, one of Kyoto's UNESCO World Heritage Sites

pic Admire the Quaint Architecture and Historical Sites

Shirakawago, a UNESCO World Heritage site, is famous for A-shaped traditional farmhouses.

pic Understand Japan more deeply by visiting Kyoto's World Heritage Sites

Fushimi Inari Taisha, Kiyomizu-dera and visit Todaiji temple, the world's largest wooden building and home to Japan's largest Buddha

pic Contrast between urban and rural in Kanazawa

Standing quietly in the city, these traditional buildings blend in with the modern atmosphere of Kanazawa, resulting in a charming classical town

pic Koyasan Temple Stay

Shukubo is an accommodation experience where travelers have a chance to do a temple stay and join in meditation and more of the daily routine

pic Culinary Delights in Tokyo: Tsukiji Market and Sushi Making

Visit Tsukiji Market for fresh seafood and learn the art of sushi making, combining gastronomic discovery with hands-on experience.

pic Okayama's Historical Elegance: Castle and Korakuen Garden

Discover the majestic Okayama Castle and stroll through the serene Korakuen Garden, a testament to Japan's feudal beauty.

pic Mount Fuji's Rustic Charm and Natural Wonders

Discover West Lake Village's beauty, explore Oshino Hakkai, and visit Narusawa Ice Cave for a scenic Mount Fuji adventure.

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 Spiritual and Stylish Triad | Meiji Jingu, Harajuku, Senso-ji Temple (Private Guide)

Welcome to Meiji Jingu Shrine, Tokyo's largest and most influential spiritual destination. Nearby, the Tokyo Imperial Palace stands on the grounds of the historic Edo Castle, once the world's grandest fortress.Discover Senso-ji Temple, Tokyo's oldest and most renowned religious site, with a storied history spanning nearly 1,400 years. The majestic Senso-Ji Buddhist Temple is an iconic symbol of Asakusa and the entire city of Tokyo. Explore these sacred sites and delve into the rich tapestry of Japan's heritage.


Meiji Jingu Shrine
Meiji Jingu Shrine
Sensoji Temple
Sensoji Temple
Palace
Palace
Accommodation: Hotel East 21 Tokyo (Okura Hotels & Resorts)

Day 3 - Tokyo's Culinary and Nightlife Adventure | Tsukiji Fish Market, Sushi Making Class, Odaiba Marine Park, Shinjuku's Golden Gai (Private Guide)

Experience Tokyo's culinary and cultural gems:

Tsukiji Fish Market: Explore the world-famous Tsukiji Fish Market, once the globe's largest seafood hub, now a Tokyo must-see. Immerse yourself in its vibrant atmosphere and savor delectable sushi.

Sushi Cooking Class: Uncover the art of sushi making in a three-hour group class in Shinjuku. Master various sushi styles, from nigiri to inari and hosomaki.

Odaiba Seaside Park: Enjoy the serene Odaiba Seaside Park, a man-made oasis adored by locals and tourists, featuring picturesque landscapes and a tranquil beach.

Shinjuku Golden Street: Step into the past at Shinjuku Golden Street, an old-fashioned district steeped in nostalgia. Explore its narrow alleys lined with approximately 300 izakaya housed in charming wooden longhouses.


Tsukiji Market food experience
Tsukiji Market food experience
Shinjuku
Shinjuku
Sushi Experience
Sushi Experience
Odaiba Marine Park&Tokyo's Rainbow Bridge
Odaiba Marine Park&Tokyo's Rainbow Bridge
Shinjuku Golden Gai
Shinjuku Golden Gai
Accommodation: Hotel East 21 Tokyo (Okura Hotels & Resorts)

Day 4 - Exploring Mount Fuji's Beauty | Oishi Park, West Lake Village, Ice Caves, Arakurayama Shrine (Private Guide)

Discover the beauty of the Fuji Five Lakes region:

West Lake Village: Immerse yourself in the serene charm of West Lake Village, nestled amidst Japan's picturesque original scenery. Gaze at distant Mount Fuji, surrounded by thatched cottages with pointed roofs. Listen to the soothing brook, birdsong, and blooming flowers, creating a tranquil Xanadu.

Oshino Hakkai: Explore the touristy Oshino Hakkai, a collection of eight pristine ponds fed by Mount Fuji's snowmelt. The crystal-clear spring water, filtered through volcanic layers for over 80 years, is revered by locals, offering a glimpse of natural purity.

Narusawa Hyoketsu Ice Cave: Journey to Narusawa Hyoketsu Ice Cave, located at the east entrance of the mystical Aokigahara Jukai "sea of trees" forest. This two-tunnel cave formed over 1150 years ago during a volcanic eruption, offering a unique underground experience.

Arakurayama Sengen Park: Visit the world-renowned Arakurayama Sengen Park for breathtaking views of Mount Fuji. In spring, cherry blossoms create a stunning backdrop to a five-storied pagoda. Experience the beauty of Mount Fuji in various seasons and enjoy captivating nightscapes 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 - Hakone's Scenic Journey | Cable Car, Owaku-dani Valley, Lake Ashi, Sightseeing Cruise, Shrine, Glass Museum (Private Guide)

Experience the best of Hakone with our "Hakone Day Tour." Your adventure begins with a convenient one-way hotel pick-up by a private car, followed by an English-speaking driver guide for your transfer to the station.

Next, embark on an exhilarating Shinkansen (Bullet Train) ride between Odawara and Nagoya, lasting just 1 hour and 10 minutes.

Your journey in Hakone takes you to Lake Ashino, where you'll board the "Hakone Pirate Ship" to soak in the stunning views of Mt. Fuji and the tranquil lake. Continue your exploration with the "Hakone Ropeway" ride to Owakudani, where you'll encounter breathtaking landscapes along the way.

Owakudani, a site of volcanic activity dating back 4,000 years, still emits white smoke and the scent of sulfur. Here, you can purchase legendary black jade, believed to extend life by seven years when consumed. Uncover the natural wonders and cultural treasures of Hakone on this unforgettable adventure.


Tozan Cable Car
Tozan Cable Car
Owaku-dani Valley
Owaku-dani Valley
Lake Ashi
Lake Ashi
Hakone Sightseeing cruise
Hakone Sightseeing cruise
Hakone Shrine
Hakone Shrine
Accommodation: Nikko Style Nagoya

Day 6 - Nagoya and Nakasendo Culture Tour | Nagoya Castle, Nakasendo, Magome, Tsumago

Nagoya Castle was completed in 1615 by the Shogun, Tokugawa Ieyasu. Topped with golden shachihoko, votive tiger-fish roof devices, and boasting the largest floorspace of any tower keep, Nagoya Castle and its magnificent Hommaru Palace were operated as a military facility. Nagoya Castle was Japan’s first castle to be designated a National Treasure. Even after wartime air raid destruction, it was deemed historically important enough to be designated a National Historic Site. Restoration work being carried out is returning Nagoya Castle to original condition.

Nakasendo was one of the two highways during the Edo period connecting Tokyo with Kyoto, running through the Kiso Valley. Travelers at that time walked along the highway, stopping at "post towns" for rest. Some of those post towns have been well preserved and show tourists today exactly what Japan was like hundreds of years ago. Stunning forests, beautiful villages and traditions, we would love to recommend it to everyone interested in Japanese nature and history.

Nagoya Castle was completed in 1615 by the Shogun, Tokugawa Ieyasu. Topped with golden shachihoko, votive tiger-fish roof devices, and boasting the largest floorspace of any tower keep, Nagoya Castle and its magnificent Hommaru Palace were operated as a military facility. Nagoya Castle was Japan's first castle to be designated a National Treasure. Even after wartime air raid destruction, it was deemed historically important enough to be designated a National Historic Site. Restoration work being carried out is returning Nagoya Castle to original condition.

Nagoya Castle
Nagoya Castle
Magome-juku
Magome-juku
Tsumago-juku
Tsumago-juku
Accommodation: Ryokan Oyado Koto No Yume

Day 7 - Takayama's Cultural Treasures | Miyagawa Morning Market, Sanmachi Suji, Takayama Jinya (Private Guide)

Experience the rich heritage of these Japanese gems:

Miyagawa Morning Market: For over two centuries, the Miyagawa Morning Market has thrived as a vibrant hub for fresh produce and local treasures. From fruits and vegetables to charming "sarubobo" dolls and elegant chopsticks, find a delightful array of goods.

Shirakawa-go: Nestled amidst steep mountains, this unique village boasts lush forests, with just 0.4% of land dedicated to farming. Explore Hakusan National Park, Tiansheng Prefectural Natural Park, and pristine nature preserved for centuries.

Hida Villages: In the Hida region, villages cling to rugged mountain terrain, while the Shokawa River weaves through steep slopes, creating picturesque settlements along the watershed.

Takayama Jinya: Step back in time at Takayama Jinya, once a local government office governed by officials from Edo (modern-day Tokyo). This historic complex, operational until 1969, is now a fascinating museum open to the public.


Sanmachi Suji
Sanmachi Suji
Takayama Jinya
Takayama Jinya
Shirakawa-go
Shirakawa-go
Accommodation: Ryokan Oyado Koto No Yume

Day 8 - Kanazawa's Cultural Riches | Nagamachi Samurai, Kenrokuen, Higashi Chaya, Geisha District (Private Guide)

During the Edo Period, Kanazawa served as the seat of the Maeda Clan, the second most powerful feudal clan after the Tokugawa in terms of rice production and fief size.  Accordingly, Kanazawa grew to become a town of great cultural achievements, rivaling Kyoto and Edo (Tokyo).This tour will take you to visit Kanazawa Castle, Kenrokuen, Higashi Chaya District, Nagamachi Samurai Standing quietly in the city, these traditional buildings blend in with the modern atmosphere of Kanazawa, resulting in a charming classical town.

Nagamachi Samurai
Nagamachi Samurai
Kenrokuen Garden
Kenrokuen Garden
Higashi Chaya District
Higashi Chaya District
Kanazawa Castle
Kanazawa Castle
Accommodation: ONYADO NONO KANAZAWA HOT SPRINGS

Day 9 - Transfer Kyoto by Shinkansen

One Way between Kanazawa and Kyoto by Shinkansen(2hrs26min)

Train Station private pick-up/drop off  service

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


Accommodation: Daiwa Roynet Hotel Kyoto-ekimae

Day 10 - Kyoto Culture Highlights tour | Kodaiji Temple, Nene no Machi, Yasaka Shrine, Hanamikoji Dori, Japanese traditional culture performance(Private Guide)

Kodaiji is an outstanding temple in Kyoto's Higashiyama District.     It was established in 1606 in memory of Toyotomi Hideyoshi, one of Japan's greatest historical figures, by Hideyoshi's wife Nene who is also enshrined at the temple.Its main buildings were constructed in the lavish style of the era of Japan's unification with the financial support of Hideyoshi's successor Tokugawa Ieyasu.They feature richly decorated interiors and are surrounded by beautiful Zen gardens.Located in Higashiyama Ward, along one of the main tourist corridors in eastern Kyoto, Nene no Michi retains the look of a Kyoto that for the most part no longer exists.The street scape of Nene no Michi is unique in that it adheres to Kyoto building codes: there are no garish signs and telephone wires have been buried.In Kyoto, that makes it both beautiful and very unusual.Yasaka Shrine is well known for its summer festival, the Gion Matsuri, which is celebrated every July.Arguably the most famous festival in the whole country, the Gion Matsuri dates back over a thousand years and involves a procession with massive floats and hundreds of participants.Hanamikoji Geisha District In The Evening The best place to see geisha in Kyoto is Hanami-koji on the south side of Shijo-dori.A stroll through in the evening will usually yield at least one sighting.Japanese traditional culture performance garden gion kobu kaburenjo theater in the small theater, maiko in kyomai, including Kyogen (farce played during a noh cycle), bugaku, sado, kado sokyoku (koto music), bunraku and amongst others You can watch Japan's world-class traditional culture and performing arts in a one-hour digest.

Kodaiji Temple
Kodaiji Temple
Nene no Machi
Nene no Machi
Yasaka Shrine
Yasaka Shrine
Japanese traditional culture performance(maiko, Kyogen, bugaku, tea ceremony, flower arrangement, ko
Japanese traditional culture performance(maiko, Kyogen, bugaku, tea ceremony, flower arrangement, ko
Hanamikoji Dori
Hanamikoji Dori
Accommodation: Daiwa Roynet Hotel Kyoto-ekimae

Day 11 - Arashiyama's Natural Beauty | Togetsukyo Bridge, Tenryu-ji, Bamboo Forest, Romantic Train, Okochi Mountain Villa (Private Guide)

Arashiyama, a living treasure chest of history and culture spanning a millennium. Once graced by Japanese aristocracy, it preserves its timeless allure. Embark on a half-day walking odyssey through this enchanting realm.

At Tenryuji Temple, immerse yourself in sprawling gardens and panoramic vistas. Journey to the iconic Sagano Bamboo Forest, where whispering winds compose nature's symphony. Finally, reach the picturesque Togetsukyo Bridge, a symbol of Arashiyama's majesty.

Don't miss Okochi-Sanso, a masterpiece of traditional Japanese residential architecture, its teahouse a wabi-sabi jewel. Traverse Arashiyama's saga, where time and nature dance in harmony.


Togetsukyo Bridge
Togetsukyo Bridge
Tenryu-ji
Tenryu-ji
Sagano Bamboo Forest
Sagano Bamboo Forest
Okochi Sanso
Okochi Sanso
Accommodation: Daiwa Roynet Hotel Kyoto-ekimae

Day 12 - Kyoto&Nara Culture Highlights tour | Fushimi Inari Taisha, Todai-ji Temple (Private Guide)

Fushimi Inari Taisha/Red Torii Gates:Fushimi Inari Shrine/Red Torii Gates (伏見稲荷大社, Fushimi Inari Taisha) 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. Fushimi Inari is the most important of several thousands of shrines dedicated to Inari, the Shinto god of rice. Foxes are thought to be Inari's messengers, resulting in many fox statues across the shrine grounds. Fushimi Inari Shrine has ancient origins, predating the capital's move to Kyoto in 794.

Todai-ji Temple:Todaiji (東大寺, Tōdaiji, "Great Eastern Temple") is one of Japan's most famous and historically significant temples and a landmark of Nara. The temple was constructed in 752 as the head temple of all provincial Buddhist temples of Japan and grew so powerful that the capital was moved away from Nara in 784 in order to lower the temple's influence on government affairs.Until recently, Todaiji's main hall, the Daibutsuden (Big Buddha Hall)


Fushimi Inari Taisha/Red Torii Gates
Fushimi Inari Taisha/Red Torii Gates
Todai-ji Temple
Todai-ji Temple
Accommodation: Koyasan Shukubo Ryusenin-temple lodging

Day 13 - Koyasan's Spiritual Journey | Okunoin, Kongobu-ji Temple, Danjo Garan, Tokugawa's Mausoleum (Private Guide)

Koyasan Okunoin The heart of Mt. Koya. Kobo Daishi (Kukai), the founder of Shingon Buddhism and one of the most revered persons in the religious history of Japan, rests here. Also, many prominent personalities' graves line by the approach to Okunoin for several hundred meters through the forest.Kongobu-ji TempleThe main headquarters for the Shingon Sect, which has 4,000 temples throughout Japan and more than 10 million followers worldwide. Visitors can see religious artifact, fusuma sliding door paintings, as well as a beautiful rock garden representing two dragons flying amongst the clouds.Koyasan Danjo Garan One of the two most sacred sites in Mt. Koya. In the 9th century, Mt. Koya was founded on this very ground. At that time, Kobo Daishi held a groundbreaking ceremony and then dedicated his life to the construction of Danjo Garan.Koyasan Reihokan Museum The Reihokan Museum was built to house and preserve the religious and cultural treasures of Koyasan. The museum's collection consists of thousands of religious works of art. The permanent exhibition displays statues, mandala (paintings representing metaphysical maps of the cosmos), and various other religious tools and paintings, the most notable of which is the scroll depicting the "Reclining Image of Sakyamuni Buddha on His Last Day". Koyasan Daishi Kyokai Daishi Kyokai is the administrative center of Shingon Buddhism, and is responsible for spreading the teachings of Kobo Daishi, the sect's founder. The complex consists of two buildings: Henjoden, a traditional temple hall, that was built in 1915 and is dedicated to Kobo Daishi, and a modern building for administration, lectures and training. An English information desk is available in this building. Visitors can participate in a few activities at Daishi Kyokai, such as receiving Buddhist precepts (jukai) or copying Buddhist scriptures (shakyo). No advance reservations are required.Tokugawa's Mausoleum The mausoleum's two identical buildings took twenty years to be completed and were built in the extravagant style of the early Edo Period with graceful sloping roofs, rich ornamentation, intricate carvings, lacquer and gold leaf. The two buildings stand side by side. The one on the right enshrines Ieyasu and the one on the left Hidetada.

Koyasan Okunoin
Koyasan Okunoin
Kongobu-ji Temple
Kongobu-ji Temple
Koyasan Danjo Garan
Koyasan Danjo Garan
Koyasan Reihokan Museum
Koyasan Reihokan Museum
Koyasan Daishi Kyokai
Koyasan Daishi Kyokai
Tokugawa's Mausoleum
Tokugawa's Mausoleum
Accommodation: Miyako City Osaka Hommachi

Day 14 - Departure

Enjoy your free time until your guide comes to escort you to the airport for your onward flight.

Accommodation

  • 3 Nights in Tokyo
  • 1 Night in Fujiyama
  • 1 Night in Nagoya
  • 2 Nights in Takayama
  • 1 Night in Kanazawa
  • 3 Nights in Kyoto
  • 1 Night in koyasan
  • 1 Night 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)
Room Type:Standard Twin 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 Mt.Fuji view-with 2person(36 m²)
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.

Nikko Style Nagoya
Nikko Style Nagoya
Nikko Style Nagoya
Nikko Style Nagoya
Nikko Style Nagoya
Nikko Style Nagoya
Room Type:Deluxe King Room
Why this Hotel:

Located in Nagoya, a 12-minute walk from Nagoya Station, Nikko Style Nagoya provides accommodations with a fitness center, private parking, a restaurant and a bar. Located around 1.9 km from Oasis 21, the hotel with free WiFi is also 3.2 km away from Nagoya Castle. The property has nightclub and a 24-hour front desk.

Ryokan Oyado Koto No Yume
Ryokan Oyado Koto No Yume
Ryokan Oyado Koto No Yume
Ryokan Oyado Koto No Yume
Ryokan Oyado Koto No Yume
Ryokan Oyado Koto No Yume
Ryokan Oyado Koto No Yume
Ryokan Oyado Koto No Yume
Ryokan Oyado Koto No Yume
Ryokan Oyado Koto No Yume
Room Type:Japanese-Style Standard Twin Room(26㎡)
Why this Hotel:

Just a 2-minute walk from Takayama Station, Oyado Koto No Yume offers Japanese-style rooms with a colourful touch. The hotel features hot-spring baths, a restaurant serving breakfast and free WiFi throughout the property. This ryokan is introduced in Michelin Green Guide Japan.

Guests at Koto No Yume Hotel can soak in an indoor or outdoor hot-spring bath, or in a semi-outdoor hot tub for private use. Massages are available. In addition, staff are readily available to help guests put on Japanese yukata robes.

ONYADO NONO KANAZAWA HOT SPRINGS
ONYADO NONO KANAZAWA HOT SPRINGS
ONYADO NONO KANAZAWA HOT SPRINGS
ONYADO NONO KANAZAWA HOT SPRINGS
ONYADO NONO KANAZAWA HOT SPRINGS
ONYADO NONO KANAZAWA HOT SPRINGS
ONYADO NONO KANAZAWA HOT SPRINGS
Room Type:Corner Twin Room(25㎡)
Why this Hotel:

Featuring 4-star accommodations, Onyado Nono Kanazawa is located in Kanazawa, a 15-minute walk from Kenrokuen Garden and 1 km from Kanazawa Castle. This 4-star hotel offers a 24-hour front desk and luggage storage space. The property has a sauna, hot tub, restaurant and free WiFi throughout the property.

Popular points of interest near the accommodation include Kanazawa Station, Myoryuji - Ninja Temple and Ozaki Shrine. The nearest airport is Komatsu Airport, 32.2 km from Onyado Nono Kanazawa.

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:Superior Twin Room
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.

Koyasan Shukubo Ryusenin-temple lodging
Koyasan Shukubo Ryusenin-temple lodging
Koyasan Shukubo Ryusenin-temple lodging
Koyasan Shukubo Ryusenin-temple lodging
Koyasan Shukubo Ryusenin-temple lodging
Koyasan Shukubo Ryusenin-temple lodging
Koyasan Shukubo Ryusenin-temple lodging
Room Type:Family Room(22㎡)-2person Breakfast and dinner included
Why this Hotel:

The Japanese word shukubo literally means “sleeping with the monks.” Shukubo is an accommodation experience in which the traveler lodges within a Buddhist temple. It often includes lessons in vegetarian or vegan cooking called shojin ryori, an opportunity to observe the daily life of Buddhist monks, and morning religious rituals.

Miyako City Osaka Hommachi
Miyako City Osaka Hommachi
Miyako City Osaka Hommachi
Miyako City Osaka Hommachi
Miyako City Osaka Hommachi
Miyako City Osaka Hommachi
Miyako City Osaka Hommachi
Room Type:Standard Floor (3-14F) Run of the House
Why this Hotel:

Well set in the Chuo Ward district of Osaka, Miyako City Osaka Hommachi is located a 3-minute walk from Stage Ku, half a kilometer from Nanba Betsuin Temple and a 9-minute walk from Namba Shrine. Among the facilities of this property are a restaurant, a 24-hour front desk and a business center, along with free WiFi throughout the property. The property is close to popular attractions like Hongan-ji Temple Tsumura Betsuin, Hoan-ji Temple and Mitama Shrine.

What's included

AccommodationInternational-standard
Day1-3 Hotel East 21 Tokyo (Okura Hotels & Resorts)
Day4 Fuji View Hotel
Day5 Nikko Style Nagoya
Day6-7 Ryokan Oyado Koto No Yume
Day8 ONYADO NONO KANAZAWA HOT SPRINGS
Day9-11 Daiwa Roynet Hotel Kyoto-ekimae
Day12 Koyasan Shukubo Ryusenin-temple lodging
Day13 Miyako City 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!

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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

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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.

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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.