$1999 / Per Person

8 Day Japan – Tokyo, Kyoto, Koyasan

from $2,999

Japan
Day 1 :
  • Make your way to the airport or we can arrange a car service to pick you up. Board your flight for the long journey across the Atlantic. Upon arrival in Tokyo, you’ll be taken to your hotel where you can relax for the rest of the day and try to get a good night's sleep.
Day 2 :
  • Let's make this a rest day. You’ll likely have some jet lag. Vitamin B12 and magnesium will help you sleep and be rested for the next morning. If you can’t sleep the hotel has a great restaurant/bar and there is lots to see around the neighborhood.
Day 3 :
  • Best to get up early as there are lots of options for activities for you. We'll start the morning at MiPig cafe where you’ll frolic with their many mini pot belly pigs while sipping your tea or coffee. Next stop…Sumo wrestling! We can arrange a semi-private viewing of a practice session. In the afternoon you should visit the TeamLab Borderless light museum. Some of the best light shows and special FX you’ll ever see. It’s definitely a highlight. Back to the hotel where you’ll get ready to venture out to one of the amazing Japanese restaurants we have to recommend. Get some rest cause you’re getting up early again!
Day 4 :
  • Bright and early you’ll head to Tokyo’s famous fish market where you’ll indulge in every food imaginable. Bring your appetite! Swing back to the hotel to check out and your driver will take you to the bullet train where you’ll catch your business class ride to Kyoto. Don’t worry about your luggage, we sent it ahead and it will be waiting for you at your next hotel. Once you arrive a car will take you to your Ryokan. You’ll then head over to the Gion District for dinner and if you’re lucky you’ll spot Geisha.
Day 5 :
  • Sleep in and enjoy breakfast and tea at your Ryokan. have the option of a private guide today or head over to Deer Park to do a bicycles tour around the area and feed the friendly deer. Have lunch and then off to the Bamboo forest. One of the most Instagrammed spots in Japan. From there you’ll head over to the Fushimi Inari shrines. Sunset is the best time to experience its beauty and colors. Back over to the Gion District for some of the best sushi in Japan.
Day 6 :
  • Wake up early and grab the bullet train to the mountains of Koyasan where you’ll stay in a traditional Ryokan among the mostly Buddhist population. Koyasan is filled with history and sacred temples and traditions. Get settled into your Ryokan overlooking lush gardens. Gaze at the 1000-meter mountain ranges. Take a nighttime trip to the famous Okunoin Temple lantern hall with more than 10,000 lanterns.
Day 7 :
  • Wake up and eat breakfast followed by a traditional fire ceremony, chanting, and music performed by Buddhist monks. Then spend the day exploring the temples and take a stroll through the Okunoin cemetery with over 200,000 tombstones. It’s the largest in all of Japan. As the day comes to a close you’ll head back down the hill and back to Tokyo.
Day 8 :
  • Sleep in, and enjoy the hotel and spa. A driver will pick you up and take you to the airport where you’ll catch your flight back to your destination.
Day 1 :
  • Make your way to the airport or we can arrange a car service to pick you up. Board your flight for the long journey across the Atlantic. Upon arrival in Tokyo, you’ll be taken to your hotel where you can relax for the rest of the day and try to get a good night's sleep.
Day 2 :
  • Let's make this a rest day. You’ll likely have some jet lag. Vitamin B12 and magnesium will help you sleep and be rested for the next morning. If you can’t sleep the hotel has a great restaurant/bar and there is lots to see around the neighborhood.
Day 3 :
  • Best to get up early as there are lots of options for activities for you. We'll start the morning at MiPig cafe where you’ll frolic with their many mini pot belly pigs while sipping your tea or coffee. Next stop…Sumo wrestling! We can arrange a semi-private viewing of a practice session. In the afternoon you should visit the TeamLab Borderless light museum. Some of the best light shows and special FX you’ll ever see. It’s definitely a highlight. Back to the hotel where you’ll get ready to venture out to one of the amazing Japanese restaurants we have to recommend. Get some rest cause you’re getting up early again!
Day 4 :
  • Bright and early you’ll head to Tokyo’s famous fish market where you’ll indulge in every food imaginable. Bring your appetite! Swing back to the hotel to check out and your driver will take you to the bullet train where you’ll catch your business class ride to Kyoto. Don’t worry about your luggage, we sent it ahead and it will be waiting for you at your next hotel. Once you arrive a car will take you to your Ryokan. You’ll then head over to the Gion District for dinner and if you’re lucky you’ll spot Geisha.
Day 5 :
  • Sleep in and enjoy breakfast and tea at your Ryokan. have the option of a private guide today or head over to Deer Park to do a bicycles tour around the area and feed the friendly deer. Have lunch and then off to the Bamboo forest. One of the most Instagrammed spots in Japan. From there you’ll head over to the Fushimi Inari shrines. Sunset is the best time to experience its beauty and colors. Back over to the Gion District for some of the best sushi in Japan.
Day 6 :
  • Wake up early and grab the bullet train to the mountains of Koyasan where you’ll stay in a traditional Ryokan among the mostly Buddhist population. Koyasan is filled with history and sacred temples and traditions. Get settled into your Ryokan overlooking lush gardens. Gaze at the 1000-meter mountain ranges. Take a nighttime trip to the famous Okunoin Temple lantern hall with more than 10,000 lanterns.
Day 7 :
  • Wake up and eat breakfast followed by a traditional fire ceremony, chanting, and music performed by Buddhist monks. Then spend the day exploring the temples and take a stroll through the Okunoin cemetery with over 200,000 tombstones. It’s the largest in all of Japan. As the day comes to a close you’ll head back down the hill and back to Tokyo.
Day 8 :
  • Sleep in, and enjoy the hotel and spa. A driver will pick you up and take you to the airport where you’ll catch your flight back to your destination.
Q: What is the best time of year to go?
A: These are year round destinations, however we prefer the spring or fall.
Q: What is the best way to deal with Jetlag?
A: It's always hard to time this out but it's best to adjust your sleep pattern a few days before departure. Also, a B shoot will help reset your clock.
Q: Do may people speak english in Japan?
A: In most places you will find many people who speak english. Some of the taxi drivers do and some don't. Best to show them on your phone where you wanting to go. And all the major hotels have english speaking staff. Maybe learn a few of the basic words and greetings ahead of time.
Day 1 :
  • Make your way to the airport or we can arrange a car service to pick you up. Board your flight for the long journey across the Atlantic. Upon arrival in Tokyo, you’ll be taken to your hotel where you can relax for the rest of the day and try to get a good night's sleep.
Day 2 :
  • Let's make this a rest day. You’ll likely have some jet lag. Vitamin B12 and magnesium will help you sleep and be rested for the next morning. If you can’t sleep the hotel has a great restaurant/bar and there is lots to see around the neighborhood.
Day 3 :
  • Best to get up early as there are lots of options for activities for you. We'll start the morning at MiPig cafe where you’ll frolic with their many mini pot belly pigs while sipping your tea or coffee. Next stop…Sumo wrestling! We can arrange a semi-private viewing of a practice session. In the afternoon you should visit the TeamLab Borderless light museum. Some of the best light shows and special FX you’ll ever see. It’s definitely a highlight. Back to the hotel where you’ll get ready to venture out to one of the amazing Japanese restaurants we have to recommend. Get some rest cause you’re getting up early again!
Day 4 :
  • Bright and early you’ll head to Tokyo’s famous fish market where you’ll indulge in every food imaginable. Bring your appetite! Swing back to the hotel to check out and your driver will take you to the bullet train where you’ll catch your business class ride to Kyoto. Don’t worry about your luggage, we sent it ahead and it will be waiting for you at your next hotel. Once you arrive a car will take you to your Ryokan. You’ll then head over to the Gion District for dinner and if you’re lucky you’ll spot Geisha.
Day 5 :
  • Sleep in and enjoy breakfast and tea at your Ryokan. have the option of a private guide today or head over to Deer Park to do a bicycles tour around the area and feed the friendly deer. Have lunch and then off to the Bamboo forest. One of the most Instagrammed spots in Japan. From there you’ll head over to the Fushimi Inari shrines. Sunset is the best time to experience its beauty and colors. Back over to the Gion District for some of the best sushi in Japan.
Day 6 :
  • Wake up early and grab the bullet train to the mountains of Koyasan where you’ll stay in a traditional Ryokan among the mostly Buddhist population. Koyasan is filled with history and sacred temples and traditions. Get settled into your Ryokan overlooking lush gardens. Gaze at the 1000-meter mountain ranges. Take a nighttime trip to the famous Okunoin Temple lantern hall with more than 10,000 lanterns.
Day 7 :
  • Wake up and eat breakfast followed by a traditional fire ceremony, chanting, and music performed by Buddhist monks. Then spend the day exploring the temples and take a stroll through the Okunoin cemetery with over 200,000 tombstones. It’s the largest in all of Japan. As the day comes to a close you’ll head back down the hill and back to Tokyo.
Day 8 :
  • Sleep in, and enjoy the hotel and spa. A driver will pick you up and take you to the airport where you’ll catch your flight back to your destination.
Day 1 :
  • Make your way to the airport or we can arrange a car service to pick you up. Board your flight for the long journey across the Atlantic. Upon arrival in Tokyo, you’ll be taken to your hotel where you can relax for the rest of the day and try to get a good night's sleep.
Day 2 :
  • Let's make this a rest day. You’ll likely have some jet lag. Vitamin B12 and magnesium will help you sleep and be rested for the next morning. If you can’t sleep the hotel has a great restaurant/bar and there is lots to see around the neighborhood.
Day 3 :
  • Best to get up early as there are lots of options for activities for you. We'll start the morning at MiPig cafe where you’ll frolic with their many mini pot belly pigs while sipping your tea or coffee. Next stop…Sumo wrestling! We can arrange a semi-private viewing of a practice session. In the afternoon you should visit the TeamLab Borderless light museum. Some of the best light shows and special FX you’ll ever see. It’s definitely a highlight. Back to the hotel where you’ll get ready to venture out to one of the amazing Japanese restaurants we have to recommend. Get some rest cause you’re getting up early again!
Day 4 :
  • Bright and early you’ll head to Tokyo’s famous fish market where you’ll indulge in every food imaginable. Bring your appetite! Swing back to the hotel to check out and your driver will take you to the bullet train where you’ll catch your business class ride to Kyoto. Don’t worry about your luggage, we sent it ahead and it will be waiting for you at your next hotel. Once you arrive a car will take you to your Ryokan. You’ll then head over to the Gion District for dinner and if you’re lucky you’ll spot Geisha.
Day 5 :
  • Sleep in and enjoy breakfast and tea at your Ryokan. have the option of a private guide today or head over to Deer Park to do a bicycles tour around the area and feed the friendly deer. Have lunch and then off to the Bamboo forest. One of the most Instagrammed spots in Japan. From there you’ll head over to the Fushimi Inari shrines. Sunset is the best time to experience its beauty and colors. Back over to the Gion District for some of the best sushi in Japan.
Day 6 :
  • Wake up early and grab the bullet train to the mountains of Koyasan where you’ll stay in a traditional Ryokan among the mostly Buddhist population. Koyasan is filled with history and sacred temples and traditions. Get settled into your Ryokan overlooking lush gardens. Gaze at the 1000-meter mountain ranges. Take a nighttime trip to the famous Okunoin Temple lantern hall with more than 10,000 lanterns.
Day 7 :
  • Wake up and eat breakfast followed by a traditional fire ceremony, chanting, and music performed by Buddhist monks. Then spend the day exploring the temples and take a stroll through the Okunoin cemetery with over 200,000 tombstones. It’s the largest in all of Japan. As the day comes to a close you’ll head back down the hill and back to Tokyo.
Day 8 :
  • Sleep in, and enjoy the hotel and spa. A driver will pick you up and take you to the airport where you’ll catch your flight back to your destination.

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