21 Day Treasures Of Japan With Cathay Pacific

Tokyo - Sapporo - Otaru - Hakodate - Sendai - Aizu Wakamatsu - Kanazawa - Osaka - Koyasan - Hiroshima - Miyajima - Kyoto


✓ Return international airfares with Cathay Pacific
✓ Return airport transfers
✓ 19 nights quality twin share accommodation
✓ Daily breakfast, 3 dinners
✓ Professional English speaking escorted guide
✓ All rail transportation
✓ Small group tour 
✓ Flexibility to extend your stay

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It's no insult to say that Japan is strange. Because to first-time visitors, everything in this amazing land is so different and foreign. Japan is truly timeless, a place where ancient traditions are fused with modern life. Exploration by Shinkansen bullet trains connects you to the main island of Honshu, home to Tokyo and Hiroshima’s atomic-bomb memorial and Hokkaido, famous for skiing, seafood and natural hot springs.

 

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Itinerary

21 Day japan
Day 1

Australia Tokyo

Welcome to Tokyo! On arrival you will be transferred to your hotel by shuttle. Please make your way to the arrivals hall to meet your transfer. On arrival at the hotel, please check-in and collect your welcome pack from the front desk before enjoying the remainder of the day at leisure.

Our tour for the next 3 weeks covers some of Japan's most iconic cities and destinations. Your escorted guide will be with you the whole time, helping you learn about this incredible country. Our transport for this journey will be on the world leading Japanese rail network traveling mostly by Shinkansen (bullet train). We have taken care of your luggage for most of the intercity journeys so you are unencumbered, however you’ll need to bring an overnight bag for some 1-2 night stops and be comfortable carrying/wheeling it to and from the train stations to your hotel. A moderate level of fitness is required and you must be comfortable handling your own luggage where required so we recommend packing a maximum of 15kgs per person.

Please note: Some flights may depart the night before.

Hotel: 3★ Sunroute Asakusa or similar

 

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Day 2

Tokyo

This morning, meet your guide in the hotel lobby for a briefing on the next few incredible weeks ahead in Japan! Meet your fellow travellers. Today is a free day at leisure to relax or enjoy one of our bonus Inspiring Sights options to enhance your experience. 

You may choose to include two (2) optional Inspiring Sights throughout your tour, free as part of your package. Today you may select 1 (one) of the following:

Optional inspiring sight (1 of 4) Tsukiji Fish Market tour (morning tour) - Stroll through Tokyo’s kitchen and delight in the tastes, smells and sights of the world’s largest fish market. Discover new flavour sensations and learn about the people who work here. Round off the morning with an introduction to sake and a spirited tasting to whet your appetite. Must make your own way to the starting point. Your guide will provide you with directions and you'll be able to utilise your railpass for transportation. 

Optional inspiring sight (2 of 4) - Temples & Shrines tour - Through a visit to a Buddhist temple and a Shinto shrine, you will gain a fascinating insight into the two dominant religions of Japan. After an enlightening experience, which will include witnessing the famous Goma fire ritual, we’ll cool off at a traditional garden. If you want a deeper understanding of the role of religion and ritual in Japanese culture, this is a tour you won’t want to miss. Must make your own way to the starting point. Your guide will provide you with directions and you'll be able to utilise your railpass for transportation. 

Tonight, enjoy a welcome dinner with your guide and fellow travellers to celerbrate the start of your incredible trip through Japan.

Hotel: 3★ Sunroute Asakusa or similar
Meals: Breakfast, dinner

 

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Day 3

Tokyo Sapporo Otaru

Today, your luggage will be transported ahead of you, you’ll need to bring an overnight bag which you are comfortable carrying/wheeling with your personal belongs for the next 2 nights. From our hotel in Tokyo, we transfer to the airport by train for our flight to Sapporo. On arrival in Sapporo, we board the train for Otaru on the far Northern coast of Japan. The city is known for glassworks, music boxes and sake distilleries and houses a quaint pedestrian friendly central area.

Hotel: 3★ Authent Hotel or similar
Meals: Breakfast

 

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Day 4

Otaru Sapporo

Today, we enjoy a walking tour of Otaru where we visit the famous Otaru canal which is lined with old merchant houses, visit landmarks such as the Music Box Museum and Sakaimachi Street all the while learning about Otaru’s rich industrial heritage. Many of the building on the street have converted into restaurants, cafes, and you might find a fine glass wear for the souvenir. Later, we catch the train back to Sapporo where we enjoy a town walk. Here we visit the famous Clock Tower, the iconic Sapporo Beer Museum and the lively Susukino district.

Hotel: 3Route Inn or similar
Meals: Breakfast

 

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Day 5

Sapporo Hakodate

Leaving Sapporo this morning we board the train to the famous port city of Hakodate on the southern tip Hokkaido Island. Your main luggage will be waiting for you on arrival at your hotel. On arrival we enjoy a town walk and the view of a foreign settlement. Kanemori red brick warehouse, will give you a nostalgic feeling. We will then ride up the 334m Mt Hakodate by ropeway gondola to spectacular views of the city below.

Hotel: 3★ Route Inn or similar
Meals: Breakfast

 

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Day 6

Hakodate  Sendai

Today your luggage will be transferred to Aizu Wakamatsu in preparation of our arrival in a days time. Pack an overnight back for our time in Sendai. Before departing Hakodate, we enjoy a visit to the morning market. Enjoy a spot of shopping at the market and be sure to check out the live crabs and shellfish in their massive tanks. We then make our way to the station to board the train to Sendai. Sendai, in the north of Honshu island, has the remains of 17th-century Sendai Castle, built for samurai lord Date Masamune on Aoba Hill, overlooking the city. On arrival we enjoy a short orientation tour of the city including the central Ichibancho district.

Hotel: 3★ Unizo Inn or similar
Meals: Breakfast

 

 

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Day 7

Sendai Matsushima  Sendai 

Today we enjoy a day trip to Matsushima. It’s known for the hundreds of forested islands that dot Matsushima Bay. Once here, we enjoy a cruise on Matsushima bay. Matsushima Bay is regarded as one of the three most scenic spots in Japan. After, we visit the Zuiganji Temple. This temple, one of the most famous in the Tohoku region, was built by Date Masamune and is designated as a national treasure. You will find yourself mesmerized by the exquisite artwork on the sliding screens. After, we return to Sendai.

Hotel: 3★ Unizo Inn or similar
Meals: Breakfast

 

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Day 8

Sendai Aizu Wakamatsu

Today we leave for the inland town of Aizu Wakamatsu, surrounded by natural and ancient beauty. In its centre, towering white Tsuruga Castle has distinctive red-tiled roofs. The surrounding park is known for spring cherry blossoms and to the east, vast Lake Inawashiro, overlooked by Mount Bandai, is home to swans in winter. On arrival enjoy free time at your leisure. Alternatively, your guide can arrange a visit to the Ouchijuku postal town, a well-preserved Edo period town (cost not included). 

Hotel: 3★ Washington Hotel or similar
Meals: Breakfast

 

 

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Day 9

Aizu Wakamatsu 

After breakfast we set out on a tour of Aizu Wakamatsu beginning with the  famous Byakkotai tomb. After the fall of the shogunate in 1867, forces still loyal to the shogun were attempting to resist the new government, but suffered a decisive defeat. A group of young Aizu soldiers in a unit called the Byakkotai (White Tiger Corps) saw their castle engulfed in flames and took their own lives instead of surrendering. The story of their loyalty and devotion has become well known, and numerous movie and manga adaptations have been made of their tale. Before leaving we visit the Sazaedo Pagoda after which we continue to Tsuruga Castle and the icon of the city, constructed in 1384.

Hotel: 3★ Washington Hotel or similar
Meals: Breakfast

 

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Day 10

Aizu Wakamatsu Kanazawa 

Today your luggage will be transferred to Osaka in preparation of our arrival in two days time. Pack an overnight back for our time in Kanazawa. Today’s bullet train ride takes us right across the width of Japan. During World War Two, Kanazawa was Japan's second largest city (after Kyoto) to escape destruction by air raids. Consequently, parts of the old castle town, such as the Nagamachi samurai district and chaya entertainment districts, have survived. On arrival, the rest of the day is at your leisure.

Hotel: 3★ Route Inn or similar
Meals: Breakfast

 

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Day 11

Kanazawa

This morning visit Kenrokuen Garden – one of Japan’s top three landscape gardens. Developed over more than 200 years, starting in 1620, the garden contains almost 9000 trees and 200 plant species. We also enjoy a walking tour of Omicho Market. Omicho Market  has been Kanazawa's largest fresh food market since the Edo Period. Today, it is a busy and colorful network of covered streets lined by about 200 shops and stalls. We finish our sightseeing with a visit to the Higashi Chaya District which is famous for it’s well preserved wooden teahouses.

Hotel: 3★ Route Inn or similar
Meals: Breakfast

 

 

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Day 12

Kanazawa Osaka

Leaving Kanazawa, we board a new type of train today, the Thunderbird. The train passes through the picturesque Japanese Alps on it’s way south to Osaka. On arrival we enjoy a walking tour of the Dotonbori area. One of Osaka's most popular tourist destinations, this street runs parallel to the Dotonbori canal. It is a popular shopping and entertainment district and is also known as a food destination. At night it is lit by hundreds of neon lights and mechanized signs, including the famous Glico Running Man sign and Kani Doraku crab sign. We also make a visit to the Kuromon market where your guide will show you some local delicacies and make recommendations to those wishing to taste some local snacks.

Hotel: 3★ Tokyo Rei or similar
Meals: Breakfast

 

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Day 13

Osaka Koyasan

Today your luggage will be transferred to Hiroshima in preparation of our arrival in two days time. Pack an overnight back for our time in Koyasan. After leaving Osaka, we make our way to one of the most spiritual locations in all of Japan and the centre of Shingon Buddhism, an important Buddhist sect which was introduced to Japan in 805 by Kobo Daishi. A small, secluded temple town has developed around the sect's headquarters that Kobo Daishi built on Koyasan's wooded mountain top. It is here we will be experience an overnight Inspiring Stay at a temple lodging (shukubo) where you can get a taste of a monk's lifestyle, eating vegetarian monk's cuisine (shojin ryori) and attending the morning prayers (Bedding will be futons laid on the Tatami floor). On arrival, we take a walk to the Okunoin temple, one of the holiest locations in Japan and lined with over 200,000 tombstones marketing the route.

Hotel: Traditional Temple Stay
Meals: Breakfast, dinner

 

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Day 14

Koyasan Himeji Hiroshima

Leaving Koyasan we make our way along the coast of Honshu to Hiroshima. Enroute, we visit Himeji Castle. The famous castle known as the 'White Heron', is the largest surviving example of a traditional Japanese castle. Comprising 83 buildings, the white roof of this UNESCO-registered complex is said to evoke the wings of a heron taking flight – hence the popular name ‘Shirasagi-jō’ – White Heron Castle. In 1945 an American firebomb was dropped into the top floor of the keep, but didn’t ignite, and the castle was renovated in 1956. Himeji Castle is the most visited in Japan, and the site offers some wonderful views of surrounding Himeji city. We then continue on to Hiroshima. Hiroshima, a modern city on Japan’s Honshu Island, was largely destroyed by an atomic bomb during World War II. Today, Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park commemorates the 1945 event. In the park are the ruins of Genbaku Dome, one of the few buildings that was left standing near ground zero. The rest of the day is at leisure to begin exploring this peaceful city.

Hotel: 3★ Sunroute Hiroshima or similar
Meals: Breakfast

 

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Day 15

Hiroshima Miyajima Hiroshima

After breakfast your guide will meet you in the hotel lobby. Board a ferry for the short trip to Miyajima. Miyajima is known for its forests and ancient temples. Just offshore, the giant, orange Great Torii Gate is partially submerged at high tide. It marks the entrance to the Itsukushima Shrine, which was first built in the 12th century. Nearby, the Museum of History and Folklore has cultural artifacts in a 19th-century merchant's home. Return to Hiroshima to visit the Atomic Bomb Dome. The shell of the Atomic Bomb Dome (Genbaku) was one of very few structures left standing after the Allies bombed Hiroshima. In modern Hiroshima, locals have mixed feelings when they see a reminder of war dominating the river bank or a tribute to the lost and urges us not to forget the tragic events. After, visit the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum. The flame in the cenotaph is intended to burn until the last nuclear weapon has been destroyed.

Hotel: 3★ Sunroute Hiroshima or similar
Meals: Breakfast

 

 

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Day 16

Hiroshima Kyoto

This morning your luggage will be transferred to Kyoto to meet you the following day. We then travel to Kyoto, which is considered by many to be the Jewel in Japan’s crown and one of the only cities in Japan to escape destruction during the war leaving it’s countless relics intact. On arrival, we enjoy the Higashiyama District along the lower slopes of Kyoto's eastern mountains is one of the city's best preserved historic districts. It is a great place to experience traditional old Kyoto, especially between Kiyomizudera and Yasaka Shrine, where the narrow lanes, wooden buildings and traditional merchant shops invoke a feeling of the old capital city. Before exploring on foot Gion, Kyoto's most famous geisha district. With any luck we might spot a Geisha during our time here.

Hotel: 3★ Palace Side hotel or similar
Meals: Breakfast

 

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Day 17

Kyoto

Today we visit some of Kyoto’s most iconic sights. Visit Kinkakuji: Golden Pavilion. This is a Zen temple and World Heritage site with two floors covered entirely in thin layers of pure gold, set within a beautiful classical Zen garden. Explore Nijo Castle. Its palace buildings are arguably the best surviving examples of castle palace architecture of Japan's feudal era, and the castle was designated a UNESCO world heritage site in 1994. We visit Ryoanji Temple, the site of Japan's most famous rock garden for finishing at Nishiki Market where everything from seafood to artisan handmade Japanese knives are sold.

Hotel: 3★ Palace Side hotel or similar
Meals: Breakfast

 

 

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Day 18

Kyoto

Today is a free day at leisure to relax or enjoy one of our bonus Inspiring Sights options to enhance your experience. Tonight, your luggage will be transferred to Tokyo for our arrival tomorrow. 

You may choose to include two (2) optional Inspiring Sights throughout your tour, free as part of your package. 

Optional inspiring sight (3 of 4) - Afternoon walking tour - Kyoto may no longer be the capital of Japan, but it’s staged a comeback and is now considered Japan's capital of culture. Take that Tokyo! Join this Kyoto tour to learn about zen gardens, Geisha and all things Kyoto. Visit Tofukuji Temple, Fushimi Inari Shrine and discover the unique Geisha culture in the historical entertainment district of Gion.

Hotel: 3★ Palace Side hotel or similar
Meals: Breakfast

 

 

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Day 19

Kyoto Tokyo

This morning is free at leisure or enjoy one of our bonus Inspiring Sights options to enhance your experience. 

Optional inspiring sight (4 of 4) - Morning cycling tour - Take a spin down the Path of Philosophy on this Kyoto tour that gives you an overview of the city while using a mode of transport preferred by locals: the humble bicycle. See shrines, temples and mountains — this is an enlightening escape from the city. Cycle along the ancient canals of Kyoto, stroll through the expansive grounds at Nanzenji Temple and discover the meaning of tranquillity along the famous Path of Philosophy

This afternoon we board our train to Tokyo. On the way we might be lucky enough to glimpse Mt Fuji as our train passes Fuji San. Make sure to get a seat on the left hand side for your best chances of this sacred sight. Tonight, enjoy a farewell dinner with your group and guide to celebrate your time in Japan.

Hotel: 3★ Sunroute Asakusa or similar
Meals: Breakfast, dinner

 

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Day 20

Tokyo Australia

Today your guide will accompany you to the airport by train to farewell you. We hope you have enjoy your journey through Japan.

Meals: Breakfast

 

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Day 21

Australia

Arrive home today.

 

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Inclusions & Fine Print

Inclusions

  • Return international airfares with Cathay Pacific (Qantas, JAL, All Nippon Airways if unavailable)
  • Internal Tokyo - Sapporo airfare
  • 19 nights quality twin share accommodation throughout including 1 night in a traditional monk temple on Mt Koyasan
  • Daily breakfast, 3 dinners including memorable welcome and farewell dinners
  • The services of a professional English speaking escorted tour guide throughout
  • 21 Day Japan Rail Pass (ordinary class)
  • In depth sightseeing as per the itinerary
  • All entry fees

Unbelievable sightseeing included

  • Tokyo - Enjoy one of the world's great cities
  • Otaru - Travel to the sleepy port town
  • Otaru - See the famous music box museum
  • Otaru - Walk the merchant Sakaimachi Street
  • Sapporo - Visit the iconic Sapporo Beer Museum
  • Saporro - Visit the famous Clock Tower
  • Hakodate - Kanemori red brick warehouse
  • Hakodate - Ride up the 334m Mt Hakodate gondola
  • Hakodate - Enjoy a morning visit to the morning fish market
  • Sendai - Enjoy a day trip to Matsushima
  • Sendai - Visit the Zuiganji Temple
  • Aizu Wakamatsu - Byakkotai tomb
  • Aizu Wakamatsu - Tsuruga Castle
  • Kanazawa - Famous Kenrokuen Garden
  • Kanazawa - Enjoy Omicho Market
  • Osaka - Dotonbori area
  • Osaka - Kuromon market
  • Koyasan - Okunoin temple walk
  • Koyasan - Overnight stay at a temple lodging
  • Himeji - The famous castle known as the 'White Heron'
  • Hiroshima - Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum
  • Hiroshima - Atomic Bomb Dome
  • Miyajima - Itsukushima Shrine and Tori gate
  • Kyoto - Visit Kinkakuji: Golden Pavilion
  • Kyoto - Nijo Castle
  • Kyoto - Nishiki Market
  • Kyoto - Gion District

Inspiring Stays

  • Stay 1 night in a traditional monk temple lodge on the sacred Mt Koysan in a traditional Japanese Tatami room with futon. 

Inspiring Sights

The choice between 2 of 4 bonus sightseeing experiences to enhance your journey. You may choose to include two (2) optional Inspiring Sights throughout your tour, free as part of your package.

  1. Tokyo - Tsukiji Fish Market
  2. Tokyo - Temples & Shrines tour
  3. Kyoto - Afternoon walking tour
  4. Kyoto - Morning cycling tour

The remaining three inspiring sights may be purchased prior to departure if you would like to participate in all optional inspiring sights.

Inspiring Taste

  • Let your guide take you on a local welcome and farewell dinner sampling a range of local dishes.
  • Enjoy a traditional vegetarian dinner prepared by Buddhist monks in Koyasan.

Transportation

As part of your tour package you'll have a 21 day Japan railpass. Valid for unlimited travel on Japan Railways (JR) transportation, including all JR trains, Shinkansen bullet trains (except Nozomi and Mizuho service), limited express trains, express trains and rapid or local trains, JR bus company local lines (JR Hokkaido Bus, JR Bus Tohoku, JR Bus Kanto, JR Tokal Bus, West Japan JR Bus, Chugoku JR Bus, JR Kyushu Bus), JR Miyajima ferry and Tokyo Monorail. All transport during this tour will be conducted by local transport listed above.

Luggage

You will be required to maneuver your own luggage throughout this trip. We have included luggage transfers from city to city for the longer journeys so you can travel unencumbered. However you'll need an overnight bag for 1-2 night stays which you are comfortable carrying/wheeling and lifting. We recommend for your convenience you limit your luggage to 15kgs per person.

Deposits

Secure your package with a deposit of $3,000 per person. You will then be invoiced for final payment 120 days prior to departure.

How to extend your stay

Some customers like to enhance their holiday by arriving early and/or staying behind. If you wish to do so, please follow the following steps:

  1. Follow the ‘book now’ prompts.

  2. After selecting your departure date and completing your bedding configuration details, please select if you wish to 'arrive early' and/or 'stay behind' in the 'extra services' field.

  3. In the 'special requests', field please specify your extension requirements.

  4. Complete the remaining booking requirements and click ‘pay now’.

  5. After finalising your purchase a member of our reservations team will be in contact with you to discuss your extension request.

A $150 per person supplement plus any fare difference applies if you wish to confirm your extension. You will be contact after purchase for collection of this payment. All additional accommodation and sightseeing is at your own arrangement.

Fine Print

Booking Process

  • Follow the ‘Book Now’ prompts
  • Select your travel dates, departure city, number of travellers, room preference and any extra services.
  • Click ‘Checkout’ to login or create an account. You’ll need an account to review your details and download documentation.
  • Click ‘Pay Now’ to proceed to payment.
  • Note - all payments are processed by our trusted gateway Paypal where you a given two options.
  • Pay using your Paypal account
  • Pay using your credit card by proceeding as a guest – a Paypal account is not required
  • Once your order is complete, you will be prompted to complete a booking form so that we can fulfil your booking.
  • Your booking is confirmed once your booking form is submitted and you can begin the countdown to your Inspiring Vacation!

Airfare Information

  • Full service airline used will be Cathay Pacific (Qantas, JAL, All Nippon Airways if unavailable).
  • Internal flights with JAL, ANA or similar.
  • Adelaide and Perth customers will be flown to Sydney or Melbourne to board their international flight
  • Some flights will require a minimum of 1 transit (maximum 2).
  • All tickets will include 23kgs checked baggage
  • Once ticketed, flights are non-refundable. Any changes will be subject to the airline rules and change fees.
  • Full names as per passport (including all middle names) are required.
  • Any airline schedule changes or cancellations are beyond our control.

Exclusions

  • Visas
  • Travel insurance (recommended)
  • Tipping
  • Anything not mentioned in the itinerary
  • Optional activities
  • Personal expenses

Travel Insurance

We strongly encourage all travellers to purchase travel insurance to protect yourself against the unexpected.

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Documentation: final documentation including e-tickets and hotel details will be provided approximately 30 days prior to travel.

Single Supplement: Single supplement is $1,999 per person in addition to the twin share price.

Land only: A $800 per person reduction from the twin share price applies if you wish to arrange your own airfares. Should you wish to purchase land only, please select this option in the booking process, under 'Departure City'.

Triple share: Not available

Premium Economy Upgrade: Available from an additional $1,800 per person in addition to the standard price (subject to availability). Please specify this as a 'Special Request' when completing your booking and you will be quoted for the additional fare. In the event your selection is unavailable or that you are dissatisfied with the quote, you will be provided with a full refund.

Business Class Upgrade: Available from an additional $4,000 per person in addition to the standard price (subject to availability). Please specify this as a 'Special Request' when completing your booking and you will be quoted for the additional fare. In the event your selection is unavailable or that you are dissatisfied with the quote, you will be provided with a full refund.

Itinerary: The total length of the tour in days includes time spent in flight and is subject to change depending on the flight schedule, please refer to the day by day itinerary for the time spent on land.

Optional tours: You have the choice of 2 of 4 Inspiring Experiences to enhance your journey. If you wish to purchase the remaining 2 you may purchase the additional optional tours as follows:

  1. Tokyo - Tsukiji Fish Market - $129 per person
  2. Tokyo - Temples & Shrines tour - $129 per person
  3. Kyoto - Afternoon walking tour - $129 per person
  4. Kyoto - Morning cycling tour - $129 per person

Group Size: 4-20 people

Children: Children must be 2 years old or over and share a room with parents at all times. Children are the same price as adults.

Accommodation: The accommodation listed is subject to change. Any changes will be of an equal or higher standard. Bedding configurations (double or twin) are requests only. All efforts will be made to meet your preferences however any changes are beyond our control.

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