Japan in a week

FROM R 31 730

Pricing Terms

Set departure dates between 13 JUN 2020 - 12 SEP 2020. A R1000 per person deposit required within 7 days of confirmation & full payment by 29 NOV 2019. *** This is a packaged tour for 18 - 35 years old ***

Pricing valid until

29 November 2019

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Regions AsiaCountry JapanTypes Coach, Cultural

8 Days land only

Valid from

13 June 2020

Valid to

26 September 2020

Starting in the orchestra of light, sound and history that is Tokyo, we'll get locally guided tours of temples and palaces, visit a Robot cabaret and soak in a traditional Onsen before whizzing to Kyoto via a bullet train. Here, we'll walk through zen gardens, explore mystical temples and spot Geishas before taking the short trip to Osaka, where we'll have plenty of time to nip to Universal Studios or simply eat our way around the local street food stalls. Filled with a dazzling fusion of modern spectacle and ancient charm, this trip is the best way to see Japan in a week.

  • 7 nights hotel accommodation
  • Breakfast daily
  • Assistance of a Trip Manager
  • Touring by coach
  • Sightseeing tours as per itinerary
  • Half day Tokyo Sightseeing with local guide
  • Visit the Imperial Palace
  • See the Meiji Jingu Shrine, Harajuku & Shibuya Crossing
  • Visit Asakusa Sensoji Temple & Nakamise Street
  • See Fushimi Inari Shrine
  • Kyoto sightseeing with a local guide

Itinerary

  • Day 1 Arrive Tokyo 

    Kon'nichiwa Tokyo! Welcome to this dazzling orchestra of light, sound and intersecting subway lines. This is the city where the future fuses with the past in the most fascinating way possible, and we'll have a free evening to bond, explore and soak it all in.
     

  • Day 2 Tokyo 

    It's time to get our teeth stuck into Tokyo today, with a local guide taking us on a fascinating sightseeing tour, from Asakusa Sensoji Temple, to the Imperial Palace and the the Meji Jingu shrine, we'll soon discover that this city isn't just about neon lights - it respects its heritage, too.
     

  • Day 3 Tokyo 

    Now you're well acquainted with this unique city, the day's all yours to get exploring. Check out some traditional bars at the Izakaya Alleys, head to a cat cafe and do some petting while you sip your tea, or check out the beautiful Ueno Park that's teeming with museums, zoos and historical monuments. This evening, join us at the world famous Robot Restaurant Show, an insane display of robotics, dancing and pyrotechnics that brings cabaret into the 21st century.
     

  • Day 4 Tokyo to Kyoto 

    Today it's time to take that famous example of Japanese efficiency, the aptly named bullet train.Our train will whizz us past the iconic Mount Fuji, of which we'll hopefully grab a glimpse, before heading for the zen gardens and teahouses of Kyoto. We'll waste no time with a sightseeing tour, exploring this glorious showcase of ancient Japan.
     

  • Day 5 Kyoto 

    Today is yours to walk the sublime gardens, explore mystical temples and marvel at the architecture of this unforgettable city. We recommend taking the opportunity for a half day trip to Nara, where you'll find the towering 8th century Great Buddha, as well as numerous examples of beautiful shrines and temples, alongside the roaming, slightly cheeky deer.
     

  • Day 6  Kyoto 

    There is still so much to see in Kyoto today. Don a kimono and check out the bamboo forest, take some photos at the iconic Yasaka Pagoda or spot Geishas in the Gion district.
     

  • Day 7 Kyoto to Osaka 

    In and around Osaka
    It's just a short trip to Osaka this morning...and we have the whole day to explore. There's plenty of time to fit in Universal Studios, Osaka castle or simply wander down Dontonburi tasting all of the delicious street food. Opt for the Izakaya dinner tonight for one last family meal before our sad goodbyes tomorrow.

  • Day 8 End Osaka 

    Our trip ends after breakfast in Osaka today. We'll say farewell to Japan and our new friends, but the memories we made here will stick with us forever.