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13-Nights Japan Discovery: Tokyo, Hakone, Takayama, Kanazawa, Hiroshima, and Kyoto from $7,535


1243702
Japan Discovery
Ponder futuristic Tokyo, cultural Kyoto, and iconic Mt Fuji. Visit vibrant Hiroshima and take a trip high into the Japanese Alps to visit the quaint village of Takayama, the refined Kanazawa, and the preserved town of Shirakawago. Travel on bullet trains and stay in traditional inns with tatami-matted rooms, communal baths, and other public areas where visitors may wear yukata and talk with the owner.

Includes:

  • All Private Ground Transfers
  • 3 Nights Tokyo
  • Tokyo City Tour + Asakusa Visit
  • Tokyo East Course Tour + Edo-Tokyo Museum Visit
  • 1 Night Hakone
  • Hakone Tour + Mt. Fuji Views from Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park
  • 2 Nights Takayama
  • Takayama Tour + Miyagawa Market & Sake Brewery
  • Shirakawago Tour
  • 2 Nights Kanazawa
  • Kanazawa Tour + Kenrokuen Garden & Nagamachi Samurai District
  • 2 Nights Hiroshima
  • Hiroshima & Miyajima Island Tour
  • 3 Nights Kyoto
  • Private Cooking in Machiya Experience
  • Kyoto City Tour + Nishiki Market Visit
  • Nara & Fushimi Inari Tour
  • First-Class Rail or Coach between Cities
  • Daily Breakfast



  • 13 nights from $7,535 per person
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Tokyo


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Tokyo Destination Guide

Hakone


The city of Hakone lies nestled in the midst of spectacular Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park. About 20 million tourists from overseas as well as from all over Japan visit Hakone every year, seeking the resplendent enjoyments this famous resort area offers throughout the year. In order to both encourage and accommodate the growing number of visitors to Hakone, the latest information on the area's natural wonders is made available and exhaustive effort is made to improve accommodations, local transportation and recreational facilities. Considerable attention has been paid to the preservation of the area's scenic beauty and of its unique cultural heritage.

Takayama


Takayama is a settlement located in the heart of the Japanese Alps in the Hida region of Gifu Prefecture. Also known as Hida-Takayama, this city beautifully preserves traditions of both Old and New World Japan. It was first inhabited primarily by carpenters from the Jomon Period (12,000 BC) who worked on the Imperial Palace in Kyoto and many temples of Kyoto and Nara. During the turn of the 16th century, Takayama’s Kanamori clan built the Takayama Castle enforcing control of the entire Hida Province. A hundred years later, feuds between the Japanese military government and Tokugawa shogunate dwindled and the Tokugawa shogunates claimed Takayama isolating them from the rest of Japan. Over a 300-year period, Takayama developed its own culture. In Takayama, visitors can experience the grace of Old Japan, participate in the Spring and Autumn festivals and witness the change of seasons amongst exotic floras and cherry blossoms, stroll through the temples and former castles, and relax in hot springs of the Japanese Alps.

Kanazawa


Kanazawa Destination Guide

Hiroshima


Hiroshima Destination Guide

Kyoto


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Kyoto Destination Guide

Vacation Details

Valid Date Ranges:
05/01/2019 - 12/31/2020 from $7,535 per person
Prices Start At: $7,535
Nights: 13
Air City: Featured offer is land only. Call us for low airfares from your city!
Vacation Rating: Deluxe
Remarks: Land Only - All prices are per person based on double occupancy; price subject to availability; and does not include airfare. Price may vary depending on choice of accommodations and can change without notice. Pricing not available during holidays and trade fair dates.
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