Gassho ZukuriShorter Duration MULTI-CITY GUIDED TOURS

A multi-city guided tour is your ticket to an amazing Japan experience. You’ll have a guide who’ll reveal Japan’s intricate culture and fascinating past as well as opportunities to discover Japan by yourself. A guided tour gives you the perfect balance between having a helpful guide when you need one and independence when you want that, too. These tours range from 2 to 14 days. Something for everyone. Take a look at one of our multi-city tour options below for 2016:

Mt Fuji 2 Day Climbing Tour – With this tour you will have the chance to tackle Mt. Fuji’s challenging slopes in this summer-only, English-guided tour. Mt Fuji is the most famous mountain in Japan and was recently registered as a World Heritage listed site!

Sunrise Express Kyoto & Nara 3 Day Packages – Travel by Shinkansen to Kyoto in the morning. After lunch experience the rich history and culture of Nara. 

 Takayama, Shirakawago and Kanazawa 3 Day Packages – One of our most popular excursions! From Kyoto, visit the traditional city of Takayama, the World Heritage Shirakawago Village and the cultural city of Kanazawa.

Takayama Holiday 4 Day Package Mt. Fuji, Hakone, Takayama & Kanazawa – Visit Mt. Fuji, Japan’s highest peak and the country’s most famous landmark. Spend the evening in the historical mountain resort area of Hakone before travelling to Takayama, known as “Little Kyoto”, and its preserved historical structures and environment. 

Sunrise Highlight 4 Day Package Mt. Fuji, Hakone, Kyoto & Nara – Enjoy a breathtaking view from Mt. Fuji and visit the historical mountain resort area of Hakone. Visit Todaiji Temple housing a great image of Buddha, colourful Kasuga Taisha Shrine with 3,000 lanterns, and Nara Deer Park where many tame deer are freely roaming.

Mountain Holiday Tours – Kamikochi – Kamikochi is a small basin some 1,500 meters above sea level on the upper stream area of the Azusa-gawa River. Walter Weston, a British missionary and mountain climber introduced Kamikochi to the world in the 19th century. Since then many climbers have visited Kamikochi for the mountains and natural beauty.