Yokoso Japan

Yokoso Japan

Tokyo, Shizuoka, Kyoto, Osaka, Takamatsu, Hiroshima, Kobe

Starting From $2,145.00 Land Only

Duration 9 Days


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

Travel to Japan
The top 3- popular cities in Japan are all included in this tour in this Yokoso Japan Tour. Visit the capital of Japan, Tokyo. You will see the famous Tokyo Tree, Imperial Palace of Tokyo and the breathtaking view at Fuji Mountain 5th Station. Proceed to Kyoto, which is well-known for many classical Buddhist temples. Osaka is a large port city and surrounded by many important cities, like Kobe City. This trip can definitely show you the different appearances of Japan. Enjoy a Yokoso Japan Tour today!

This Tour Package Includes:

  • Land Only
  • 8 nights hotel accommodation
  • Meals per itinerary
  • All transfers
  • Sightseeing per itinerary
  • Services of English-speaking guide
  • Entrance fees per itinerary

Tour Highlights:

  • Imperial Palace of Tokyo
  • Tokyo Skytree photo stop
  • Senso-ji
  • Nakamise-dori
  • Fuji Mountain 5th Station
  • Lake Kawaguchi
  • Atsuta Shrine
  • Kiyomizu-dera
  • Itsukushima Shinto Shrine
  • Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park
  • Himeji Castle

Package Excludes:

  • Travel insurance
  • Visa fees, passport fees, etc.
  • Tips and gratuities
  • Personal purchases
  • Meals/admission not in itinerary
  • Optional Tours
*If minimum group size is not met, the tour will be a bilingual speaking tour with an English/Chinese speaking guide.

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

  • Day 1: Tokyo , Japan
    Upon arrival in Tokyo, transfer to the hotel by hotel shuttle and check in. The remainder of the day will be at your own leisure to enjoy.
    *Travelers making pre-extension stays or arriving from Haneda or Osaka International Airports will need to arrange transfers to hotel on their own
  • Day 2: Tokyo
    After breakfast, we first head to the Imperial Palace of Tokyo – the residence of the royal family – and visit the “double bridge” (Nijubashi) over the moat. The bridge is a symbol of the Palace. Afterwards we go to the Tokyo Skytree. With a height of 634 metres, it is a broadcasting, restaurant, and observation tower in Sumida. And then we proceed to Senso-ji, an ancient Buddhist temple. It is Tokyo’s oldest temple, and one of its most significant. The Nakamise-dori is a street on the approach to the temple, which housing many traditional shops for souvenirs. Meiji Shrine was built in dedication to Emperor Meiji and Empress Shoken. The original shrine was destroyed during World War II; the current one was re-built in 1958. This area is covered by an evergreen forest that consists of 120,000 trees of 365 different species, which were donated by people from all parts of Japan when the shrine was established. (B, L)
  • Day 3: Tokyo ~ Shizuoka
    After breakfast we head to Fuji Mountain 5th Station, a perfect spot to view the stunning Fuji Mountain. And then visit Oshino Hakkai, a touristy set of eight ponds in Oshino on the site of a former sixth lake that dried out several hundred years ago. The eight ponds are fed by snow melt from the slopes of nearby Mount Fuji that filters down the mountain through porous layers of lava for over 80 years, resulting in very clear spring water that is revered by the locals. Visit Lake Kawaguchi before going to Shizuoka Peace Park – which commands a beautiful view of Mt. Fuji and houses the chalky stupa. The stupa, the symbol of the park, keeps the Buddha's ashes presented by late Indian Prime Minister Nehru. 4 golden images of Buddha are also housed. Tonight we either enjoy the famous Kaiseki, a traditional multi-course Japanese dinner, or King crab buffet. Enjoy all facilities in the hotel and all kinds of hot spring spa. (B, L, D)
  • Day 4: Shizuoka ~ Kyoto
    After breakfast we head to Atsuta Shrine. The shrine's Bunkaden, or treasure hall, houses over 4,000 relics, which include 174 Important Cultural Properties and a dagger that is a designated National Treasure of Japan. Proceed to Magome-juku after visiting a Jewelry workshop. Magome-juku was the 43rd of the 69 stations of the Nakasendō, an ancient road that connected Kyoto and Edo during the Edo period. It was also the last of eleven stations along the Kisoji, which was the precursor to a part of the Nakasendō, running through the Kiso Valley. (B, L, D)
  • Day 5: Kyoto ~ Osaka
    After breakfast we shall go to the UNESCO World Heritage Site – Kiyomizu-dera. The temple was founded in 778, and its present buildings were constructed in 1633, ordered by the Tokugawa Iemitsu. There is not a single nail used in the entire structure. Enjoy lunch before going to Tōdai-ji in Nara. Tōdai-ji is currently the world’s largest wood structure. Afterward we shall spend some times for shopping at the duty free and Shinsaibashi, and enjoy all kind of delicious cuisines in the nearby Dotonbori at your own expense. (B, L)
  • Day 6: Osaka ~ Takamatsu
    After breakfast, depart and visit the Akashi Kaikyo Bridge. With a length of almost 4 kilometers, it is the world's longest suspension bridge. Continue to visit the Naruto Strait. The Naruto whirlpools occur along the Shikoku coast and are created by the large volumes of water moving. After lunch, arrive Tokushima and visit Awa Odori Kaikan. The museum explains the history and attractiveness of Awa Odori, exhibitions of costumes and musical instruments used, but the main attraction is the actual Awa Odori performance. Lastly, visit the Kotohira-gu Shrine. With the date of its establishment is not known, the shrine is known to have been the object of veneration from early times. This shrine is famous for its long stone steps. It is also visited by many fishermen and sailors here as it is also known as the guardian of the sea. (B, L, D)
  • Day 7: Takamatsu ~ Hiroshima
    This morning, depart and visit the Ritsurin Garden. It is a landscape garden in Takamatsu City, built by the local feudal lords. Considered one of the best gardens in Japan, it is often suggested that it deserves a spot on the list of the "three most beautiful gardens of Japan". Continue to the Great Seto Bridge. As an island nation, bridges play an integral part in Japan's infrastructure. Of these bridges, the Great Seto Bridge is surely among the most impressive. It is actually a series of multiple bridges, but they connect together to make one amzaing architectural creation. Afterward, proceed to Miyajima and visit the Itsukushima Shinto Shrine, an UNESCO World Heritage Site. The srine and its toril gate are unique for being built over water, seemingly floating in the sea during high tide. The shrine complex consists of multiple buildings, which are connected by boardwalks and supported by pillars above the sea. (B, L, D)
  • Day 8: Hiroshima ~ Kobe
    This morning, start your day with a visit to the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park, one of the most prominent features of the city. Before the bomb, the area of what is now the Peace Park was the political and commercial heart of the city. Four years to the day after the bomb was dropped, it was decided that the area would not be redeveloped but instead devoted to peace memorial facilities. In contrast to other cultural heritage buildings, the Atomic Bomb Dome must be maintained in the exact state of destruction caused by the bomb. This is critical to understanding its relevance and importance as a World Heritage Site. Continue to visit the Himeji Castle, also known as the White Heron Castle due to its elegant, white appearance, and is widly considered Japan's most spectacular castle for its imposing size and beauty and its well preserved, complex castle grounds. After lunch, continue to Kobe and visit the Port of Kobe. Kobe has been an important port city for many centuries. Its port was among the first to be opened to foreign trade in the 19th century.* (B, L, D)
  • Day 9: Kobe ~ Home
    After breakfast, tour guide will assist you to take airport shuttle bus (On Own Expense) to airport for your flight back home as your trip comes to an end. (B)

*Final confirmation will be provided 1 week prior to the departure date

*If minimum group size is not met, the tour will be a bilingual speaking tour with an English/Chinese speaking guide.
  • Hilton Tokyo Narita – Tokyo, Japan * or similar
    456 Kosuge, Narita, Chiba-ken

    Located 1 mile from the city center and a 10 minute drive from Narita International Airport, this Hilton hotel is to the east of Tokyo Bay. Boso Fudoki-no-oka is 2 miles from the hotel and Aeon Shopping Mall Narita is 4 miles away.

    At Hilton Tokyo Narita Airport recreational amenities include an indoor pool and a spa tub. The hotel also features an airport shuttle and 3 restaurants. Free WiFi is available in public areas.

    Guestrooms feature LCD TVs, air conditioning and WiFi or wireless Internet access (surcharge). Bathrooms come with handheld showers and hair dryers.

    Check In Time:      03:00pm
    Check Out Time:   11:00am
    Website: www3.hilton.com/

  • Urawa Royal Pines – Tokyo, Japan * or similar
    2-5-1, Naka-cho, Urawa-ku, Saitama-shi

    Located in the heart of Saitama, this hotel is 2.9 mi (4.7 km) from Saitama Super Arena and within 6 mi (10 km) of Hikawa Shrine and Omiya Bonsai Art Museum. Saitama Stadium 2002 is 5.7 mi (9.2 km) away.

    This hotel features 8 restaurants, a bar/lounge, and a coffee shop/café. WiFi in public areas is free. Other amenities include a snack bar/deli, a rooftop terrace, and self parking.

    All 196 rooms offer conveniences like refrigerators and electric kettles, along with free WiFi, free wired Internet, and TVs. Hair dryers, safes, and desks are among the other amenities that guests will find.

    Check In Time:      02:00pm
    Check Out Time:   12:00pm
    Website:                  www.royalpines.co.jp/

  • Hamanako Royal Hotel – Shizuoka, Japan * or similar
    4396-1 Yamazaki, Yuto-cho, Nishi-ku, Hamamatsu-shi

    Situated in Hamamatsu, this hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Ulotto Museum, Maisaka-shuku Waki-Honjin, and Hamanako Garden Park. Arai Beach and Ogaji Temple are also within 6 mi (10 km).

    This hotel features 3 restaurants, an outdoor pool, and a nightclub. Free WiFi in public areas, free self parking, and free train station pick-up are also provided. Additionally, a coffee shop/café, outdoor tennis courts, and a sauna are onsite.

    All 369 rooms offer free WiFi, refrigerators, and LCD TVs with satellite channels. Other amenities available to guests include hair dryers, safes, and phones. Limited housekeeping is available.

    Check In Time:      03:00pm
    Check Out Time:   11:00am
    Website:                  www.daiwaresort.jp/

  • Otsu Prince Hotel – Biwako, Japan * or similar
    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/

  • Sheraton Miyako Hotel – Osaka, Japan * or similar
    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/

  • Okura Hotel Marugame – Marugame, Japan* or similar
    3 Chome-3-50 Fujimicho,

    Relax and unwind in an ocean view guest room.
    All rooms are equipped with warm-water bidet toilet and high-speed LAN connection.

    With 4 different art museums to choose from, Marugame City offers both culture and sightseeing.

    Once the residence of the feudal Lord of the Kyogoku Clan, the Marugame Castle area and surrounding town were undamaged by war. As a result, traces of the old town can still be seen today here in Marugame, a castle town surrounded by blue sea and filled with history.
    Take a stroll around town and take in scenes of poetic, historic beauty; or, visit the 3 major art museums.

    Check In Time:      02:00pm
    Check Out Time:   11:00am
    Website:                  http://www.okurahotel.co.jp/

  • Grand Prince Hotel – Kyoto, Japan * or similar
    Takaragaike, Sakyo-ku

    Located in the Rakuhoku neighborhood of North Kyoto, this hotel is adjacent to Takaragaike Park and 200 meters from the Kyoto International Conference Centre. The hotel is also 2 km from the Kyoto Concert hall.

    Grand Prince Hotel Kyoto features 7 meeting rooms, 4 restaurants, and a bar/lounge. Free WiFi and wired Internet access are available throughout the property. Complimentary parking and concierge services are also available onsite.

    Spacious guestrooms features satellite TVs, free WiFi and wired Internet access, and refrigerators. Bathrooms are equipped with bidets, hair dryers, complimentary toiletries, and slippers.

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

  • Portopia Hotel – Kobe, Japan* or similar
    10-1, 6 Chome, Minatojima Nakamachi, Chuo-ku

    A 3-minute walk from trains at Citizens Square station, this upscale, high-rise hotel overlooking Osaka Bay is 4 km from both the Kobe City Museum and Kobe Chinatown.

    The 745 understated rooms come with free Wi-Fi, flat-screens and minifridges; some offer bay views. Japanese-style rooms feature tatami floors, futons and chabudai dining tables. Club level rooms grant access to a private lounge. Room service is available.

    There are 13 restaurants and bars, including a sleek eatery on the 30th floor and a casual sushi counter. Other amenities include a gym, an indoor pool and tennis courts, plus a chic spa. Conference facilities are available.

    Check-In: 03:00PM
    Check-Out: 12:00PM
    Website: https://www.portopia.co.jp/

  • Hotel Conditions

    *All Hotels are subject to change until final confirmation

    *All rooms are based on standard Run of House and room type cannot be guaranteed

    *Final confirmation will be provided 1 week prior to the departure date

    *For travelers with their own pre or post tour arrangements:
    In the event of any hotel changes, transportation to the confirmed hotel must be arranged on your own expense

Departure Land Availability
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Prices are based on per person, double occupancy.  “Land Only” rates do not include international air tickets. Charming Travel Destinations guarantees to quote you the lowest possible airfare available on the day that you book. 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

*Final tour confirmation will be provided 1 week prior to the departure date

Email us at [email protected] for Air Rates

*If minimum group size is not met, the tour will be a bilingual speaking tour with an English/Chinese speaking guide.
  • This year in Feb. I took this tour with Charming Travel Destinations. I had such a blast and it was so much fun. The tour guide was awesome. I loved Japan. It was so clean and everyone was so friendly. The hotels we stayed in were great. In Kyoto I tried on a Kimono and since I’m a big girl, 1 didn’t fit, but the Japanese women were so nice that they made it work and I wore 2 and still looked great. I had such a blast and the customer service in Charming Travel Destinations traveling agency was fabulous. I emailed them through their website and told them what I was interested and my budget and they made it work for me. I love Japan! – Kassandra R. - Kassandra R.

  • Hi there! I’ve recently been on your Japan tour and absolutely loved it!
    A group of friends are interested in visiting India this year. Kindly send information.
    [email protected] - Liezel

  • Had a lot of questions regarding air and travel, but the staff were really nice and helpful along the way. Thank you! - Jane Tyler

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