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?3 Nights accommodation in Tokyo in choice of selected Hotel Category
?1 Night accommodation in Onsen in choice of selected Hotel Category
?1 Night accommodation in Takayama in choice of selected Hotel Category
?2 Nights accommodation in Kanazawa in choice of selected Hotel Category
?3 Night accommodation in Kyoto in choice of selected Hotel Category
?3 Nights accommodation in Osaka in choice of selected Hotel Category
?Tokyo City Tour
?Mt. Fuji & Hakone Tour with lunch
?Takayama Day tour inclusive of Takayama Matsuri Kaikan
?Kanazawa Day tour inclusive of Visit Kenrokuen, Kanazawa castle
?Full Day Kyoto and Nara Tour
?Kyoto Arashiyama Morning tour
?Osaka City Tour
?02 Lunch and 1 Dinner at Local Restaurant as per mentioned in the Itinerary
?Train Ticket: Tokyo - Takayama, Takayama - Kanazawa, Kanazawa - Kyoto, Kyoto - Osaka
?Cost of Japan Tourist Visa – subject to immigration approval
Tokyo: Shinjuku washington Hotel or Similar
Onsen: Jiragon yakata onsen hotel or Similar
Takayama: Route Inn Hida Takayama or Similar
Kanazawa: APA hotel Kanazawa ekimae or Similar
Kyoto: Dormy Inn Premium Kyoto Ekimae or Similar
Osaka: Osaka Tokyu REI hotel or Similar
Welcome to Tokyo!! A business and cultural megacenter that's home to tens of millions of people, Tokyo is also the crossroads where the Japanese interact with citizens from all over the world. The media love to focus on Harajuku's vibrant fashion, robot restaurants, maid cafes and the passionate uberfans known as otaku. As fast-paced as Tokyo’s innovation is, the metropolis is just as devoted to preserving tradition through its historical gardens, shrines and temples. On arrival in Tokyo, you will be meet & transferred to hotel in Tokyo by shared vehicle. Leave the luggage at left luggage and proceed for Whiskey Distillery Tour. An hour away from the center of Sendai, Miyagi, Sakunami Onsen Village is surrounded by greenery and crystal clear streams. It’s been said that since the 1200s, samurais soaked in the onsens to heal their battle fatigue. Watching the clear streams while taking an outdoor bath will release all the stress from your trip. Don't worry, if you are not fond of onsens, there are also ”footbaths”. Sakunami is also known for whisky: visit the distillery, taste the whisky, and trace the founder's passion. The area is famous for Sakunami “Kokeshi” (a traditional folk art doll), locally loved sweet shops, and rich forests that spread throughout the tour. Back to Hotel and check In at Hotel. Overnight at Hotel
Breakfast at Hotel. In the morning, we take part in a trip with our guide to see this amazing city, with its hustle and bustle and extremely modern districts that coexist with quiet, peaceful areas. Brief stop at the Zojoji Temple to make a beautiful photograph of the Tokyo Tower. Experience the Japanese tea ceremony which is also called Chanoyu, Sado or simply Ocha in Japanese. It is a choreographic ritual of preparing and serving Japanese green tea, called Matcha, together with traditional Japanese sweets to balance with the bitter taste of the tea. Followed by Japanese Style lunch. We will edge the most beautiful part of the Imperial Palace and the gardens. Stop to visit the famous Nijubashi Bridge. Head towards Hinode pier and board Sumida river cruise (40 mins). Arrive at Asakusa pier and visit the Buddhist temple of Sensoji, the oldest and most important temple in Tokyo, with its 55-metre high pagoda. Then we will have some free time to visit the traditional commercial street of Nakamise in the district of Asakusa. Drive through Ginza, One of the city’s top shopping districts . Return to hotel. Free time in the afternoon
Overnight at Hotel
Breakfast at Hotel. Trek over the mountains of Hakone and cruise through the cool water of Lake Ashi. Enjoy the breathtaking view of Mt. Fuji on the 50 minute Mt. Komagatake Ropeway journey and take in the wonder of Japan's famous mountain at an elevation of 2,300 meters on Mt. Fuji's 5th Station. This full day tour grants travelers the chance to witness the elegance of Japan's natural beauty. The energetic tour guides, authentic Japanese lunch and comfortable transportation (with free WiFi!) create the flawless recipe for a memorable adventure. Overnight at Hakone Hotel
After breakfast, transfer to train station for train to Takayama. Your luggage is transferred directly to Kyoto with Japan's luggage porter system, so you just need to pack a small bag for the next three nights in Takayama and Kanazawa. In Takayama's quaint downtown you can walk from sake brewery to sake brewery, a local guide tailoring the visits to your exacting tastes. Completing today's elaborate celebration of Japan's tastes is a kaiseki ryori dinner at your ryokan. Overnight at Hotel
After breakfast, Proceed for Takayama Tour - visit Takayama breweries that couldn't be reached yesterday. Peek further into the town's past by exploring the Hida Folk Museum and wandering a final journey through these antiquated alleys and streets. From here it's a two-hour train journey to Kanazawa, another town that revels in its presentation of historic Japan. You're staying in a Machiya, a traditional townhouse that's been carefully converted into accommodation for those seeking to sleep amidst the beauty of Japan's past.
Arrive in Kanazawa and spend the day on a privately guided tour of the town's sights, including the hypnotic foundations of Kanazawa Castle and the blissful atmosphere of Kenroku-en, considered to be amongst the three most beautiful gardens in the country.. Overnight at Hotel.
Breakfast at Hotel. Proceed for Full day Tour of Kanazawa. Overnight at Hakone Hotel. A mysterious atmosphere hangs in the air of Myoruji, or Ninja Temple; a highly sought after
attraction in Kanazawa. Fearsome surprises are discovered on this very rare opportunity to
discover the complete inner workings of an ancient temple. With no photography allowed inside, few Japanese temples are loaded with such an enigma as Myoruji, the walls alive with the trappings of legend. Central to Kanazawa's rich evocation of history is the Yachiya Sake Brewery, some 400 years old and widely considered to be the best in the region; you'll see this sake served at all of the town's best restaurants. A brew master reveals some of the secrets, guiding you through the production as you sense the essential spirit to Kanazawa. This sake epitomizes the town, exuding a rare almost elusive feel, much like the Higashi District where geishas wander past the relics of teahouses, or Kazue-Machi Chaya District, where Edo era houses are layered in the gentle creeping of moss.
Breakfast at Hotel. Transfer to train station for train to Kyoto. Head to Gekkeikan Okua and Kinshi Masamume, two museums dedicated to the craft of brewing sake and the history of Japan's iconic spirit. Continue to step backwards in time with the sake breweries that lace the Kyoto ward of Fushimi, their white walls juxtaposed with elegant rows of willow trees and the Horikawa River. Many can be visited although the following are recommended for their timeless role in the production of Japan's spirit. Yamamoto Honke Brewery dates to 1667, their sweet sake a pioneer in Kyoto's history. Matsui Shuzo Sake Brewery is modern by Kyoto's standards, dating to the early 18th century. Continue the Kyoto journey, winding past the streets of antiquity to the spiritual Tori gates of Fushimi Inari Shrine, a transcendental slice of history perched above Fushimi. Now a Kyoto Maiko experience, where tea-pouring rituals are accompanied by songs and music, the verses concocting tales of the Maiko, an apprentice to the Kyoto Geisha. Overnight at Hotel.
After Breakfast proceed for KYOTO & NARA TOUR, Discover the history and religions of ancient Japan during this full-day exploration of Kyoto and Nara. See Kyoto’s UNESCO World Heritage-listed Kinkaku-ji and Nijo Castle, along with its Imperial Palace. Then drive from Kyoto to Nara to explore its own World Heritage Site, Todai-ji Temple (including Great Buddha Hall), plus Kasuga Shrine. You also visit Nara’s deer park and sample a Japanese and Western-style meal for lunch. Overnight at Hotel.
After Breakfast, Today you enjoy a tour of this unique distillery, sampling the rounded notes of the world's best whisky and comparing it with a wide range of the distillery's other single malts. Tucked into the foothills of the Tenno Mountain, Yamazaki reflects the continual strive for flawlessness, as well as the unnerved marrying of tradition and innovation. It's the spirit highlight on a whole itinerary of spirits. With the afternoon dedicated to the Suntory Yamazaki Distillery, the morning is spent in the bamboo forests of Arashiyama. Javelins of light flicker through the trees, casting a waltz of light and shadows between the reeds. Wander along the path, immersed in the harmonious show, before the bamboo rescinds and the serenity continues with Tenryu-Ji Temple, the largest Zen
monastery in Western Japan. Overnight at Hotel
After Breakfast, Transfer to Kyoto station for train to Osaka. Arrive in Osaka and transfer to Hotel. Rest day at leisure. Overnight at Hotel. Ful day Tour of Osaka - A change of flavors
as well as you tour the Minoh Brewery, a local favorite that jumped to international claim when their stout won Best Stout at the 2009 World Beer Awards. Dinner tastes also change now you're in the city, the reverberant edge of Osaka epitomized by the showy presentation of teppanyaki. Teppanyaki Kiryu is recommended as a showcase of this
flamboyant style, their wagyu beef and fresh seafood amongst Japan's finest. It's the best rated teppanyaki restaurant in a city known for its teppanyaki. As night falls Osaka is ablaze with lights, dazzling storefronts and gleaming streets a wonderful journey into Japan's modernity. Overnight at Hotel
After Breakfast, proceed for Osaka City Tour. Head to Floating Garden Observatory on foot From Hotel Granvia. Floating Garden Observatory/Umeda District (60 min) - (The open-air observatory overlooks the city of Osaka, Awaji Island and Mt. Ikoma. Enjoy panoramic views from 170m above the city. Lunch at Hotel Granvia (Western-style meal)
From Higashi-Umeda Station to Temmabashi Station. Visit Osaka Castle (60 min) and Aqua Liner (60 min).Depart from Osakajokoen Station and go to Osaka Station ((JR Local Train (non-reserved seat)).This tour disband at Osaka Station, head to hotel own. Overnight at hotel
Breakfast at Hotel. Osaka Castle offers a fitting contrast, a piece of history that keeps Osaka's future in check, ensuring the spirit of yesteryear isn't forgotten in the rush of futuristic intent. Travel here at 9am, arriving before the tourists to tour beautiful grounds of cherry blossom and the quaint harmony of what was Japan's largest castle. Continue the tour in Suita, where you explore the original Asahi brewery and the production behind Asahi Super Dry, the country's best selling beer. It's another symbol of Japan, the crisp taste complementing the modern blue-collar feel of Suita and Osaka. There's a number of options for evening entertainment and your guide can drop you at an Osaka Haishin Tigers baseball game, or Beer Belly, an atmospheric pub that specializes in the best of Japanese Microbrews. Overnight at Hotel
Breakfast at Hotel, Transfer to train station for train to Tokyo. Arrive in Tokyo and transfer to Hotel. Your luggage is transferred separately, so just sit back and watch the country unfurl. Tonight you have a reserved table at Sukiyabashi Jiro, immortalized in the Jiro Dreams of Sushi documentary, a restaurant of intimacy and authenticity with three Michelin stars. The restaurant has become a delicate snapshot of Japanese cuisine, chef Jiro Ono offering a varied continuation of dishes and mouthfuls that melt across the palate. It's so good that Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe chose Sushi Jiro as the place to entertain Barack Obama. Overnight at Hotel
Breakfast at Hotel. Departure to Tokyo Airport for flight to your onward Destination. We hope you enjoyed your stay in Japan.