Japan Cherry Blossoms 2018

Featuring:
Kyoto, Tokyo, Mt. Fuji, Osaka, Nara, Magome-Juku and Shizuoka

Starting From $2,110.00 Land + Air

Duration 8 Days

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Charming Travel Destinations, Travel Agencies & Bureaus, El Monte, CA

Surround yourself by blooming cherry trees in this Japan Cherry Blossoms Tour with Charming Travel Destinations. It visits Kyoto, Tokyo, Osaka, Nara, Magome, Juku and Shizuoka. View the most iconic Temples, Parks and Monuments of Japan while being inspired by the Cherry Blossoms. This tour is specifically for people that don’t have a lot of vacation days, but still want to enjoy the Cherry Blossoms and Japan as much as possible. Make sure you have Japan Cherry Blossom on your bucket list as it’s a must do in life. Japan is the best choice as it has diverse, beautiful, and  a natural environment. Enjoy a Japan Cherry Blossoms Tour today!

This Tour Package Includes:

  • Land + Air (Los Angeles Airport)
  • 6 nights hotel accommodation
  • Meals per itinerary
  • Most transfers
  • Sightseeing per itinerary
  • Services of English-speaking guide
  • Entrance fees per itinerary

Tour Highlights:

  • Kiyomizu-dera
  • Shinsaibashi
  • Dotton Street
  • Todai-ji
  • Nara Deer Park
  • Tokyo Sky Tree Photo Stop
  • Atsuta Jingu
  • Magome-juku
  • Ena-kyo Valley
  • Mount Fuji
  • Lake Kawaguchi
  • Sensō-ji

Package Excludes:

  • Travel insurance
  • Visa fees, passport fees, etc.
  • Tips and gratuities
  • Personal purchases
  • Meals/admission not in itinerary
  • Optional Tours

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Meals: B= Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner

  • Day 1: Home ~ Osaka, Japan
    Depart from your hometown to Osaka, Japan. This tour departs from Los Angeles.

    *If interested in a different departure city, please contact us (surcharge will apply).
  • Day 2: Osaka
    Upon arrival in Osaka, transfer to the hotel by hotel complimentary shuttle and check in. The remainder of the day will be at your own leisure to enjoy.
  • Day 3: Osaka ~ Nara ~ Kyoto
    After breakfast, visit Shinsaibashi, Osaka's largest shopping district, filled with many department stores and classic shops. Then, proceed to the Koshin Duty Free shop for great merchandise. Then, go to Dotton Street, which is located near Osaka Shinsaibashi. It is the representative place of Osaka cuisine. Known as the Japanese Kitchen, the variety of food attracts people every day. For lunch, enjoy the authentic Japanese beef dishes. Visit the Todai-ji, the largest wooden building in the world, and Nara Deer Park. Continue to visit the cultural heritage, Kiyomizu-dera, in Kyoto, where pilgrims and tourists visit all year long. (B, L, D)
  • Day 4: Kyoto ~ Magome Juku ~ Shizuoka
    After breakfast, go to Atsuta Jingu, which houses more than 4,000 pieces of treasures, including the sword that is one of the Three Sacred Imperial Treasures. After the visit to the Royal treasure jewelry store, proceed to Magome-juku, which maintains the ancient architecture of the Edo era. While walking on the street, you will feel as if you are time traveling. Afterward, visit Ena-kyo Valley to be amazed by the distribution of the natural erosion and the formation of the strange rocks of the cliff. Stay at the Shizuoka Hotel tonight to enjoy the famous kaiseki cuisine or emperor crab buffet, and then enjoy the Queen's Spa bath. (B, L, D)
  • Day 5: Shizuoka ~ Mt. Fuji ~ Tokyo
    After breakfast, visit Japan's landmark- Mount Fuji. Continue to Oshino Hakkai and then go to Lake Kawaguchi, where you can feel the beauty in different seasons. Afterward, we proceed to Heiwa Park, which is an ornamental garden with Japanese characteristics of the horticultural flowers. The place is famous for the Sakyamuni tower, which is the Buddhist community’s treasure. If the sky is clear, you can catch a beautiful view of Mount Fuji. (B, L)
  • Day 6: Tokyo
    After breakfast, visit the Nijubashi, the Japanese emperor's residence, located in the center of Tokyo Chiyoda area. This 23,000 square meter area has traditional Japanese architecture with green roofs, white walls and brown pillars. Then, visit the 634 meter Sky Tree for photos and some shopping, world's tallest self-propelled tower. Afterward, visit Sensō-ji, a temple dedicated to Goddess of Mercy. Continue to visit Meiji Jingu. (B, L)
  • Day 7: Tokyo
    Free Day at Leisure. (B)
  • Day 8: Tokyo ~ Home
    After breakfast, the tour guide will assist you with taking the airport shuttle (On Own Expense) to the airport for your flight back home as your trip comes to an end. (B)
  • Sheraton Miyako Hotel – Osaka, Japan *
    6-1-55 Uehommachi, Tennoji-ku

    Set above Kintetsu Station and connected to a department store, this Tennoji-area hotel is 50 meters (50 yards) from a metro station and 1 km (less than a mile) from Shitenno-ji, one of Japan's oldest Buddhist temples.

    The hotel's top-floor restaurant serves up panoramic city views and buffets of up to 130 items for lunch, dinner, and dessert; 10 other restaurants and lounges are located throughout the hotel.

    Each of the 579 guestrooms is outfitted with cable TV, plus traditional touches such as deep soaking tubs, slippers, and complimentary green tea.

    Check In Time:      03:00pm
    Check Out Time:   12:00pm
    Website:                  www.miyakohotels.ne.jp/osaka/english

  • Otsu Prince Hotel – Biwako, Japan *
    4-7-7, Nionohama, Otsu

    On the southern shore of Lake Biwa, this contemporary 530-room hotel adjoins the Convention Hall Ohmi. The property is 1 km (under 1 mile) from Biwako Hall, and 3 km (2 mi) from Otsu Station.

    At Otsu Prince Hotel, the Sky Lounge features views of Lake Biwa from the 38th floor. The hotel provides Japanese, Chinese, and French restaurants, a Western buffet restaurant, and barbecues by the outdoor pool.

    Guestrooms at Otsu Prince Hotel offer flat-screen cable TVs with premium channels and pay movies. Free WiFi and refrigerators are provided, too.

    Check In Time:      02:00pm
    Check Out Time:   11:00am
    Website:                  www.princehotels.com/otsu

  • Tokyo Dome Hotel – Tokyo, Japan *
    1-3-61 Koraku, Bunkyo-ku

    Located at the very center of Tokyo, Tokyo Dome Hotel is an ideal base for business, leisure and sightseeing.

    Close to some of Tokyo’s most historic neighborhoods, the hotel is also ten minutes away by car or subway from the business and financial districts. Tokyo Dome Hotel towers at a height of 155 meters above the city and includes 1,006 guest rooms, 11 restaurants & lounges, 18 small to large banquet rooms, a chapel and other wedding facilities, a business center, a child care room, and an outdoor pool (summer time only).

    The magnificent, unobstructed view from guest rooms on the south side encompasses the Imperial Palace, Tokyo Tower and Tokyo bay. The northern guest rooms have a panoramic view of the Kanto plain, including Tokyo Dome City below.

    Check In Time:      02:00pm
    Check Out Time:   11:00pm
    Website:                 https://www.tokyodome-hotels.co.jp/e/

Departure Land+Air Book By
Dec 15 2017
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Prices are based on per person, double occupancy.  Land + Air rates are departing from Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). Minimum 2 passengers to guarantee rate. All hotels are subject to availability. Hotels may be substituted with another or similar category. Prices and availability are subject to change at any time and prices are not guaranteed until we receive your final payment.  We reserve the right to modify the itinerary to ensure a smooth and safe trip.
No visa is required for U.S. passport holders

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