8 Days


Tokyo, Japan’s busy capital, mixes the ultramodern and the traditional, from neon-lit skyscrapers to historic temples. The opulent Meiji Shinto Shrine is known for its towering gate and surrounding woods. The Imperial Palace sits amid large public gardens. Japan’s Mt. Fuji is an active volcano about 100 kilometers southwest of Tokyo. Commonly called “Fuji-san,” it’s the country’s tallest peak, at 3,776 meters. A pilgrimage site for centuries, it’s considered one of Japan’s 3 sacred mountains, and summit hikes remain a popular activity. 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. Other prominent sites include Shukkei-en, a formal Japanese garden, and Hiroshima Castle, a fortress surrounded by a moat and a park. Kyoto, once the capital of Japan, is a city on the island of Honshu. It’s famous for its numerous classical Buddhist temples, as well as gardens, imperial palaces, Shinto shrines and traditional wooden houses. Nara is the capital of Japan’s Nara Prefecture, in south-central Honshu. The city has significant temples and artwork dating to the 8th century, when it was Japan’s capital. Deer roam in Nara Park, site of Tōdai-ji temple. Daibutsu, Tōdai-ji’s 15m-high bronze Buddha, is displayed in a large wooden hall. Osaka is a designated city in the Kansai region of Honshu in Japan.It is the capital of and most populous city in Osaka Prefecture, and the third most populous city in Japan, following Tokyo and Yokohama.

Trip Highlights:

  • Transfer From Tokyo Airport to Hotel
  • Tokyo City Tour
  • Mount Fuji Tour
  • Tokyo to Hiroshima transfer by Bullet Train
  • Hiroshima Sightseeing
  • Osaka Sightseeing
  • Kyoto & Nara Sightseeing
  • Transfer from Hotel to Osaka Airport


After the arrival at the Tokyo airport, on the day one, you would be transferred to the hotel on the seat in Coach Basis from Airport. Once you check in to the hotel, the rest of the day you will spend time relaxing and enjoying nearby places. At the end of the day, you would stay in Tokyo.
On the second day of your Japan tour, in the morning, you will have your breakfast at the Hotel and move out for the Tokyo City Tour. For the Tokyo City Tour, you will gather at the designated location from the Hotel by bus on your own. From there, you will be picked by the transport service and dropped at the Bus Terminal. Later, you will visit Meiji Shrine National Diet Building and by drive, you will go to the next destination East Gardens of the Imperial Palace.After visiting these places, you will also visit Nakamise Shopping Street, Senso-Ji Temple and Ginza. In the evening free time to explore the Hi-Tech city. Overnight at Tokyo.
Complete your morning breakfast at hotel. You will leave your hotel and gather at the designated location to board a bus for the visit to Mt. Fuji 5th Station and spend around 30 minutes there. After that, you will go sightseeing at Lake Ashi which is known for the presentation of the lake full of Cruises style of ships with a background of Mountain View scenario. Later you will visit Mt. Komagatake for the ropeway trip and depart from Hakone by Bus to return to Tokyo. The tour will disband when you arrive at Ginza in Tokyo. Thereafter, you need to travel on your own to the hotel and overnight stay in Tokyo.
Complete your morning breakfast at hotel. Checkout from hotel & transfer to Tokyo railway station for Hiroshima. Board on World’s fastest train. On arrival at Hiroshima check in hotel. In the evening free time for shopping & personal activities. Overnight at Hiroshima.
Complete your morning breakfast at hotel. Checkout from hotel & proceed to visit Hiroshima Peace Park and Atomic Bomb Dome. After sightseeing transfer to Osaka. On arrival at Osaka check in hotel. In the evening free time for shopping & personal activities. Overnight at Osaka.
Enjoy breakfast served at the hotel and head out towards the pickup point for the sightseeing adventures scheduled for today. Experience the many beautiful attractions of Osaka & Nara including Osaka Castle, Osaka Castle Park. In Nara, go to Todaiji temple and the Nara Park to catch a glimpse of the deer roaming about in the wilderness. The last stop would be at Kasuga Taisha, a Shinto shrine. Return to the hotel after an eventful day for an overnight stay.
Complete your morning breakfast at hotel. Checkout from hotel & transfer to Kyoto. On arrival at Kyoto check in hotel & proceed to Kyoto sightseeing including Nijo Castle, Kinkaku-Ji, and the Kyoto Imperial Palace. After sightseeing return to the hotel for an overnight stay.
After morning Breakfast checkout from hotel & transfer to Tokyo Airport for sweet home.


The term of cost includes:

  • 03 Nights hotel accommodations in Tokyo.
  • 02 Nights hotel accommodations in Osaka.
  • 01 Night hotel accommodation in Kyoto.
  • 01 Night hotel accommodation in Hiroshima.
  • 07 Breakfast in hotel.
  • Tokyo City Tour.
  • Mt. Fuji Tour.
  • Tokyo to Hiroshima Transfer by Bullet Train.
  • Osaka Sightseeing.
  • Nara Sightseeing.
  • Kyoto Sightseeing.
  • Hiroshima Sightseeing.
  • Airport – Hotel – Airport Transfer.
  • All sightseeing by SIC basis.

The term of cost excludes:

  • Lunch & dinner.
  • Guest Insurance.
  • Anything not mentioned in inclusions.
  • Personal Expenses. 
  • All Entry fees.
  • Air Fare / Train Fare.
  • GST & taxes.


When is the best time to travel to Japan?

The best time to travel to Japan is between March and April when the short-lived cherry blossoms are in full bloom. October through November is another fantastic time to travel to Japan as the fall leaves attract just as many visitors as the spring.

Is Japan a family-friendly destination?

Japan is an incredibly safe and clean country.Japan is fun, fascinating, and safe, making it one of the world’s best destinations for family travel.Whether you’re traveling with young children or teenagers (or both!), Japan’s dynamic and eclectic culture has something for everybody.Activities that the whole family can enjoy include travelling on the bullet train, experiencing Japanese cuisine and even viewing snow monkeys in Yudanaka!

Do I need a Visa to travel to Japan?

A Visa is not required when travelling from Canada or The United States as a tourist for up to 90 days.

What language is spoken in Japan?

The official language of Japan is standard Japanese.But English is taught as a second language in schools. However, do not assume every individual you meet will be able to converse in English. Many signs including the subway systems in Tokyo and Kyoto are in both Japanese and English.

What currency is used in Japan?

The currency used throughout the country is the Japanese yen. Mastercard and Visa are widely used where credit cards are accepted as payment. ATMs are commonplace in Japan.

Is there transportation within Japan?

The most reliable form of transportation within the country is by train as they are highly regarded as being fast, frequent, comfortable and clean.

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