14 Day Combination Package 

From Tokyo: Tokyo, Nikko, Kamakura, Mt Fuji, Takayama, Shirakawa-go, Kanazawa, Kyoto, Nara & Hiroshima

14-Day-Combination-Package

Rural Japanese village
JTB Guided Tours are a combination of day tours which also includes your accommodation & transportation. English speaking guides are including during site seeing and assistants at points of transfers (except on board bullet trains).  

Visit Tokyo, Japan’s capital and centre, before marvelling at nature in Nikko. See the famous Great Buddha in Kamakura and majestic Mt. Fuji, Japan’s most famous landmark. Relax in the mountain resort town of Hakone, experience the bustling city of Nagoya, and enjoy the beautiful coastline in Toba. 

Sunrise Guided Tours are a combination of Day Tours which also includes your accommodation & transportation. Your guide & group will change each day. Fixed pickup, transfer times & full itinerary to be advised on the final itinerary in Japan on arrival.

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Airport – Tokyo

A JTB staff member will meet you as you exit customs, holding a welcome sign with your name on it. They will then escort you to your reserved taxi that will take you to your Tokyo hotel.

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Tokyo

07:50 – 08:30 – Pick-up Service – Gather at designated locations and board bus to Hamamatsucho Bus Terminal where tour will begin.

Tokyo Tower (30 min) – Get a spectacular view of Metropolitan Tokyo from the observation deck

Imperial Palace Plaza (10 min) – Admire the view of Nijubashi Bridge and the surrounding scenery at this National Garden that was formerly a private garden of the Royal Family.

Asakusa Kannon & Shopping at Nakamise (45 min) – Of the 33 temples in Eastern Japan dedicated to the Goddess Kannon, this is the only one in the capital (No. 13 on the pilgrimage to all 33 temples). Visit this historic area which includes Nakamise-dori, the street leading to the temple.

Ueno & Akihabara (drive-by) – Enjoy a pleasant drive through Ueno, where Tokyo’s first coffee shop once stood, to Akihabara which is home to the famous Electric Town.

12:30 – Tokyo Station – (Marunouchi South Exit) – Disembarking only.

12:50 – Disembark at Hamamatsucho Bus Terminal – Participants will be dropped off at Hamamatsucho Bus Terminal. There is no drop off service to your hotel after the tour.

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Tokyo – Nikko – Tokyo

07:50 – 08:30 – Pickup Service – Gather at designated locations and board bus to Hamamatsucho Bus Terminal where tour will begin.

09:00 – Depart Hamamatsu Bus Terminal (160 min) – Travel to Nikko by bus.

Nikko Toshogu Shrine (100 min) – Tour the UNESCO World Heritage Site famous for its lavish decorations, ornate details, and five structures categorized as National Treasures of Japan, and an additional three categorized as Important Cultural Properties. This 400 year old shrine houses the remains of Edo period’s founder, Ieyasu Tokugawa. Enjoy seeing the traditional beauty of the main hall, as well as the sleeping cat and 3 monkey carvings.

Lunch – Enjoy a Japanese-style lunch (Vegetarian menu to be requested at time of booking).

Lake Chuzenji (10 min) – Created by an eruption of Mt. Nantai, this lake is a symbol of Nikko.

Kegon Falls (30 min) – Known as one of Japan’s 3 great waterfalls, Kegon Falls towers an impressive 97m and gushes water from Lake Chuzenji (charge to take the Kegon Falls elevator is not included in the tour price). Admire the waterfall from the front side for free from the observation deck.

19:00 – 19:30 – Drop-off at Shinjuku – Participants will be dropped off near Shinjuku Station West Exit. There is no drop off service to your hotel after the tour.

19:30 – 20:00 – Drop-off at Ginza – Participants will be dropped off at Sukiyabashi Intersection in Ginza. There is no drop off service to your hotel after the tour.

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Tokyo – Kamakura – Tokyo

07:50 – 08:30 – Pickup Service – Gather at designated locations and board bus to Hamamatsucho Bus Terminal where tour will begin.

09:00 – Depart Hamamatsu Bus Terminal (160 min) – Travel to Kamakura by bus.

Hase Temple (30 min) – Visit a 1,200 year old temple reflecting the beauty of the seasons with seasonal flowers, especially hydrangea.

Lunch (50 min) – Enjoy a Japanese style lunch.

Tsurugaoka Hachimangu Shrine & Komachi-dori (50 min) – One of the preeminent sightseeing spots of Kamakura. The god enshrined here is the protector of the warrior class. The shrine is also known as Kamakura Hachimangu.

Komachi-dori is a famous street lined with long-running shops, restaurants and souvenir vendors.

Hokoku-ji Temple (30 min) – Featuring a beautiful bamboo grove, Hokoku-ji is an ancient and renowned temple of the Rinzai sect’s Kencho-ji school.

Matcha Green Tea Experience at Jomyo-ji Temple (30 min) – Jomyo-ji is another old temple of the Rinzai sect’s Kencho-ji school. Enjoy some of Japan’s famous powdered matcha green tea in the highly refined and tranquil atmosphere of a tearoom constructed over 400 years ago, and enjoy the view of the temple’s Japanese rock garden.

Yokohama Bay Bridge – Drive by.

17:00 – 18:00 Drop-off at Ginza – You will be dropped off at Sukiyabashi Intersection in Ginza. There is no drop off service to your hotel after the tour.

17:40 – 18:40 Drop-off at Shinjuku – You will be dropped off near Shinjuku Station West Exit. There is no drop off service to your hotel after the tour.

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Tokyo

Free Day

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Tokyo – Mt Fuji – Hakone

07:50 – 08:30 Pickup Service – Gather at designated locations and board bus to Hamamatsucho Bus 09:00 – Hamamatsucho Bus Terminal – Depart Hamamatsucho Bus Terminal and head to Mt Fuji by bus.

Mt. Fuji 5th Station (30 min) – Start the ascent up Mt. Fuji via the Fuji Subaru Line. Drive 2,300 meters (7,546 ft) above sea level for breathtaking views from above the clouds.

Lunch – Enjoy a Japanese-style lunch.

Lake Ashi Cruise (15 min) – Enjoy a sightseeing cruise on Lake Ashi, 30km southeast of Mt. Fuji. The crater lake was born from a powerful volcanic eruption nearly 3,000 years ago and provides postcard views of Mt. Fuji from various angles.

Mt. Komagatake Ropeway (50 min) – Spend a total of 50 minutes including a 7-minute cableway ride up to the peak from Hakone-en. Discover the spiritual Hakone Shrine Mototsumiya (original shrine) that nestles at the mountaintop.

17:00 – 18:00 – Arrive at Hotel in Hakone.

Accommodation: Yumoto Fujiya Hotel Hakone

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Hakone – Takayama 

Odawara Station – Nagoya Station (120 min) – Travel to Nagoya via the Kodama Shinkansen.

Nagoya Station to Takayama Station (150 min) – Board the JR limited express train to Takayama.

Takayama Festival Floats Exhibition Hall (30 min) – Takayama Festival is famous throughout Japan. Here visitors can view the floats on display and the detailed craftsmanship that goes into making them.

Kusakabe Heritage House (20 min) – Enjoy a visit to this historical Japanese-style townhouse and view a range of exquisite folk art and traditional handicrafts.

Kami-Sannomachi (30 min) – Located in Takayama’s old quarter, this street is lined with Edo period buildings, and provides visitors a glimpse into the past.

17:30 – 18:30 – Arrive at Hida Hotel Plaza.

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Takayama – Gokayama – Shirakawa-go – Kanazawa

World Heritage Gokayama Ainokura Village (50 min) – Many of the structures at this traditional thatched roof village were built over 100 years ago, creating an idyllic atmosphere of Japan of days gone by. Enjoy this mountain village that preserves the ways of life of the past.

World Heritage Shirakawa-go (120 min) – Savour the taste of home-style cooking that can only be experienced in regions such as this. After lunch, enjoy a tour and time to walk around the thatched roof village on your own.

Shirakawa-go to Kanazawa (75 min) – Travel to Kanazawa by expressway bus

15:15 – 18:30 – Arrive at Kanazawa City Hotel.

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Kanazawa – Kyoto

Higashi Chaya district (30 min) – Wooden-latticed exteriors of teahouses line both sides of the stone-paved street here where something from the Edo period still lingers in the air. This area is an Important Traditional Building Preservation District.

Tentokuin Temple (40 min) – Karakuri Puppet Show Viewing.

Nagamachi Samurai District – Free time to walk around (30 min) – Feel the atmosphere of the days of the samurai in this area, where the earthen walls, waterways, and stone paths remain as they were when samurai of the Kaga domain resided here.

Kenroku-en Garden (60 min) – This beautiful garden is considered one of the top three Japanese gardens and offers amazing seasonal views all year round.

12:50 – 14:00 Arrival at Kanazawa Station – Lunch on your own after arrival at Kanazawa Station.

Kanazawa Station to Kyoto Station (145 min) – Take the JR limited express train to Kyoto.

16:30 – 18:00 – Arrive at Hotel in Kyoto City – You will be taken by taxi from Kyoto Station to your hotel.

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Kyoto 

Nijo Castle (50 min) – A UNESCO World Heritage Site. Tour the historical castle completed in 1626, which was built to provide lodging for Tokugawa Shogun and as a palladium for Kyoto Imperial Palace.

Kinkaku-ji Temple (45 min) – Visit this World Heritage Site, also known as the Golden Pavilion. The wooden architecture is covered in thin layers of pure gold and is surrounded by a beautiful pond.

Kyoto Imperial Palace (Mondays to Fridays) (40 min)

Kitano Tenmangu Shrine (Saturdays, Sundays, holidays, and specific days) (40 min) – Kitano Tenmangu Shrine is the substitute for Kyoto Imperial Palace on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays. This shrine’s main hall is a designated national treasure and is famous for housing the God of scholarship. The shrine is especially great to see during the plum blossom and autumn leaf seasons.

Lunch – Enjoy a Japanese/Western style buffet lunch.

Heian Jingu Shrine (25 min) – Don’t miss the characteristic red architecture of this beautiful shrine built to celebrate the 1100 year anniversary of the founding of the city of Kyoto.

Sanjusangen-do Temple (30 min) – Visit the world’s longest wooden structure, housing 1,001 life-size statues of Buddhist Kannon deities dating back to the 13th century.

Kiyomizu-dera Temple (70 min) – The view of Kyoto from the World Heritage Site of Kiyomizu-dera is superb. The historic shopping lane that leads to the temple adds to a wonderful experience. 

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Kyoto – Hiroshima – Kyoto

Kyoto to Hiroshima (125 min) – Travel from Kyoto to Hiroshima Station by Nozomi or Hikari Shinkansen, reserved seat.

10:30 – Hotel Granvia Hiroshima – Head to Miyajimaguchi by bus.

Miyajimaguchi to Miyajima Port (5 min) – Take the ferry to Miyajima Island.

Miyajima, Itsukushima Shrine (120 min) – Itsukushima Shrine is a World Heritage Site. Established in the 6th century it is famous for its beautiful Shinden-zukuri style structure (architecture representative of a nobles residence in the Heian period). See the vermillion shrine sitting in a lush environment facing the deep blue sea and enjoy the picturesque beauty. Lunch is on your own.

Miyajima Port to Miyajimaguchi (5 min) – Travel to Miyajimaguchi by ferry.

Miyajimaguchi (30 min) – Travel by bus to the Peace Memorial Park.

Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park & Museum (100 min) – This large-scale park was established in 1949 after the Pacific War ended, and is visited by countless visitors as a symbol of peace. The museum within the park is an Important Cultural Property of Japan, and was built to remind future generations of the terror wrought by atomic bombs.

Atomic Bomb Dome – A symbol of the disastrous atomic bombing during WWII, the first atomic bombs used in human history, and has been preserved as it was to promote peace and elimination of atomic weapons around the world.

Hiroshima to Kyoto (125 min) – Travel from Hiroshima to Kyoto Station by Nozomi or Hikari Shinkansen, reserved seat.

20:20 – 21:00 Arrive at Kyoto Station – You will be taken to you hotel by taxi.

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Kyoto  

Free Day

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Kyoto
Free Day 

 

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Kyoto

Transfer back to Kansai/Itami Airport is included on this day if you are not continuing on in Japan.

  1. Day
  2. 1
Airport – Tokyo

A JTB staff member will meet you as you exit customs, holding a welcome sign with your name on it. They will then escort you to your reserved taxi that will take you to your Tokyo hotel.

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  2. 2
Tokyo

07:50 – 08:30 – Pick-up Service – Gather at designated locations and board bus to Hamamatsucho Bus Terminal where tour will begin.

Tokyo Tower (30 min) – Get a spectacular view of Metropolitan Tokyo from the observation deck

Imperial Palace Plaza (10 min) – Admire the view of Nijubashi Bridge and the surrounding scenery at this National Garden that was formerly a private garden of the Royal Family.

Asakusa Kannon & Shopping at Nakamise (45 min) – Of the 33 temples in Eastern Japan dedicated to the Goddess Kannon, this is the only one in the capital (No. 13 on the pilgrimage to all 33 temples). Visit this historic area which includes Nakamise-dori, the street leading to the temple.

Ueno & Akihabara (drive-by) – Enjoy a pleasant drive through Ueno, where Tokyo’s first coffee shop once stood, to Akihabara which is home to the famous Electric Town.

12:30 – Tokyo Station – (Marunouchi South Exit) – Disembarking only.

12:50 – Disembark at Hamamatsucho Bus Terminal – Participants will be dropped off at Hamamatsucho Bus Terminal. There is no drop off service to your hotel after the tour.

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Tokyo – Nikko – Tokyo

07:50 – 08:30 – Pickup Service – Gather at designated locations and board bus to Hamamatsucho Bus Terminal where tour will begin.

09:00 – Depart Hamamatsu Bus Terminal (160 min) – Travel to Nikko by bus.

Nikko Toshogu Shrine (100 min) – Tour the UNESCO World Heritage Site famous for its lavish decorations, ornate details, and five structures categorized as National Treasures of Japan, and an additional three categorized as Important Cultural Properties. This 400 year old shrine houses the remains of Edo period’s founder, Ieyasu Tokugawa. Enjoy seeing the traditional beauty of the main hall, as well as the sleeping cat and 3 monkey carvings.

Lunch – Enjoy a Japanese-style lunch (Vegetarian menu to be requested at time of booking).

Lake Chuzenji (10 min) – Created by an eruption of Mt. Nantai, this lake is a symbol of Nikko.

Kegon Falls (30 min) – Known as one of Japan’s 3 great waterfalls, Kegon Falls towers an impressive 97m and gushes water from Lake Chuzenji (charge to take the Kegon Falls elevator is not included in the tour price). Admire the waterfall from the front side for free from the observation deck.

19:00 – 19:30 – Drop-off at Shinjuku – Participants will be dropped off near Shinjuku Station West Exit. There is no drop off service to your hotel after the tour.

19:30 – 20:00 – Drop-off at Ginza – Participants will be dropped off at Sukiyabashi Intersection in Ginza. There is no drop off service to your hotel after the tour.

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Tokyo – Kamakura – Tokyo

07:50 – 08:30 – Pickup Service – Gather at designated locations and board bus to Hamamatsucho Bus Terminal where tour will begin.

09:00 – Depart Hamamatsu Bus Terminal (160 min) – Travel to Kamakura by bus.

Hase Temple (30 min) – Visit a 1,200 year old temple reflecting the beauty of the seasons with seasonal flowers, especially hydrangea.

Lunch (50 min) – Enjoy a Japanese style lunch.

Tsurugaoka Hachimangu Shrine & Komachi-dori (50 min) – One of the preeminent sightseeing spots of Kamakura. The god enshrined here is the protector of the warrior class. The shrine is also known as Kamakura Hachimangu.

Komachi-dori is a famous street lined with long-running shops, restaurants and souvenir vendors.

Hokoku-ji Temple (30 min) – Featuring a beautiful bamboo grove, Hokoku-ji is an ancient and renowned temple of the Rinzai sect’s Kencho-ji school.

Matcha Green Tea Experience at Jomyo-ji Temple (30 min) – Jomyo-ji is another old temple of the Rinzai sect’s Kencho-ji school. Enjoy some of Japan’s famous powdered matcha green tea in the highly refined and tranquil atmosphere of a tearoom constructed over 400 years ago, and enjoy the view of the temple’s Japanese rock garden.

Yokohama Bay Bridge – Drive by.

17:00 – 18:00 Drop-off at Ginza – You will be dropped off at Sukiyabashi Intersection in Ginza. There is no drop off service to your hotel after the tour.

17:40 – 18:40 Drop-off at Shinjuku – You will be dropped off near Shinjuku Station West Exit. There is no drop off service to your hotel after the tour.

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Tokyo

Free Day

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Tokyo – Mt Fuji – Hakone

07:50 – 08:30 Pickup Service – Gather at designated locations and board bus to Hamamatsucho Bus 09:00 – Hamamatsucho Bus Terminal – Depart Hamamatsucho Bus Terminal and head to Mt Fuji by bus.

Mt. Fuji 5th Station (30 min) – Start the ascent up Mt. Fuji via the Fuji Subaru Line. Drive 2,300 meters (7,546 ft) above sea level for breathtaking views from above the clouds.

Lunch – Enjoy a Japanese-style lunch.

Lake Ashi Cruise (15 min) – Enjoy a sightseeing cruise on Lake Ashi, 30km southeast of Mt. Fuji. The crater lake was born from a powerful volcanic eruption nearly 3,000 years ago and provides postcard views of Mt. Fuji from various angles.

Mt. Komagatake Ropeway (50 min) – Spend a total of 50 minutes including a 7-minute cableway ride up to the peak from Hakone-en. Discover the spiritual Hakone Shrine Mototsumiya (original shrine) that nestles at the mountaintop.

17:00 – 18:00 – Arrive at Hotel in Hakone.

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Hakone – Takayama 

Odawara Station – Nagoya Station (120 min) – Travel to Nagoya via the Kodama Shinkansen.

Nagoya Station to Takayama Station (150 min) – Board the JR limited express train to Takayama.

Takayama Festival Floats Exhibition Hall (30 min) – Takayama Festival is famous throughout Japan. Here visitors can view the floats on display and the detailed craftsmanship that goes into making them.

Kusakabe Heritage House (20 min) – Enjoy a visit to this historical Japanese-style townhouse and view a range of exquisite folk art and traditional handicrafts.

Kami-Sannomachi (30 min) – Located in Takayama’s old quarter, this street is lined with Edo period buildings, and provides visitors a glimpse into the past.

17:30 – 18:30 – Arrive at Hida Hotel Plaza.

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Takayama – Gokayama – Shirakawa-go – Kanazawa

World Heritage Gokayama Ainokura Village (50 min) – Many of the structures at this traditional thatched roof village were built over 100 years ago, creating an idyllic atmosphere of Japan of days gone by. Enjoy this mountain village that preserves the ways of life of the past.

World Heritage Shirakawa-go (120 min) – Savour the taste of home-style cooking that can only be experienced in regions such as this. After lunch, enjoy a tour and time to walk around the thatched roof village on your own.

Shirakawa-go to Kanazawa (75 min) – Travel to Kanazawa by expressway bus

15:15 – 18:30 – Arrive at Kanazawa City Hotel.

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Kanazawa – Kyoto

Higashi Chaya district (30 min) – Wooden-latticed exteriors of teahouses line both sides of the stone-paved street here where something from the Edo period still lingers in the air. This area is an Important Traditional Building Preservation District.

Tentokuin Temple (40 min) – Karakuri Puppet Show Viewing.

Nagamachi Samurai District – Free time to walk around (30 min) – Feel the atmosphere of the days of the samurai in this area, where the earthen walls, waterways, and stone paths remain as they were when samurai of the Kaga domain resided here.

Kenroku-en Garden (60 min) – This beautiful garden is considered one of the top three Japanese gardens and offers amazing seasonal views all year round.

12:50 – 14:00 Arrival at Kanazawa Station – Lunch on your own after arrival at Kanazawa Station.

Kanazawa Station to Kyoto Station (145 min) – Take the JR limited express train to Kyoto.

16:30 – 18:00 – Arrive at Hotel in Kyoto City – You will be taken by taxi from Kyoto Station to your hotel.

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  2. 10
Kyoto

Nijo Castle (50 min) – A UNESCO World Heritage Site. Tour the historical castle completed in 1626, which was built to provide lodging for Tokugawa Shogun and as a palladium for Kyoto Imperial Palace.

Kinkaku-ji Temple (45 min) – Visit this World Heritage Site, also known as the Golden Pavilion. The wooden architecture is covered in thin layers of pure gold and is surrounded by a beautiful pond.

Kyoto Imperial Palace (Mondays to Fridays) (40 min)

Kitano Tenmangu Shrine (Saturdays, Sundays, holidays, and specific days) (40 min) – Kitano Tenmangu Shrine is the substitute for Kyoto Imperial Palace on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays. This shrine’s main hall is a designated national treasure and is famous for housing the God of scholarship. The shrine is especially great to see during the plum blossom and autumn leaf seasons.

Lunch – Enjoy a Japanese/Western style buffet lunch.

Heian Jingu Shrine (25 min) – Don’t miss the characteristic red architecture of this beautiful shrine built to celebrate the 1100 year anniversary of the founding of the city of Kyoto.

Sanjusangen-do Temple (30 min) – Visit the world’s longest wooden structure, housing 1,001 life-size statues of Buddhist Kannon deities dating back to the 13th century.

Kiyomizu-dera Temple (70 min) – The view of Kyoto from the World Heritage Site of Kiyomizu-dera is superb. The historic shopping lane that leads to the temple adds to a wonderful experience.

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  2. 11
Kyoto – Hiroshima – Kyoto 

Kyoto to Hiroshima (125 min) – Travel from Kyoto to Hiroshima Station by Nozomi or Hikari Shinkansen, reserved seat.

10:30 – Hotel Granvia Hiroshima – Head to Miyajimaguchi by bus.

Miyajimaguchi to Miyajima Port (5 min) – Take the ferry to Miyajima Island.

Miyajima, Itsukushima Shrine (120 min) – Itsukushima Shrine is a World Heritage Site. Established in the 6th century it is famous for its beautiful Shinden-zukuri style structure (architecture representative of a nobles residence in the Heian period). See the vermillion shrine sitting in a lush environment facing the deep blue sea and enjoy the picturesque beauty. Lunch is on your own.

Miyajima Port to Miyajimaguchi (5 min) – Travel to Miyajimaguchi by ferry.

Miyajimaguchi (30 min) – Travel by bus to the Peace Memorial Park.

Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park & Museum (100 min) – This large-scale park was established in 1949 after the Pacific War ended, and is visited by countless visitors as a symbol of peace. The museum within the park is an Important Cultural Property of Japan, and was built to remind future generations of the terror wrought by atomic bombs.

Atomic Bomb Dome – A symbol of the disastrous atomic bombing during WWII, the first atomic bombs used in human history, and has been preserved as it was to promote peace and elimination of atomic weapons around the world.

Hiroshima to Kyoto (125 min) – Travel from Hiroshima to Kyoto Station by Nozomi or Hikari Shinkansen, reserved seat.

20:20 – 21:00 Arrive at Kyoto Station – You will be taken to you hotel by taxi.

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Kyoto – Nara – Kyoto 

13:10 – Meeting point to be advised. Travel from Kyoto to Nara by bus (70 min). 

Nara Park & Todai-ji Temple (Great Buddha) (60 min) – A UNESCO World Heritage Site, this is the symbol of the Nara Period and one of the world’s largest wooden structures. Its huge main hall and bronze Great Buddha are impressive to behold.

Kasuga Taisha Shrine (40 min) – This Nara Period shrine is designated as a World Heritage Site. The deer of Nara Park are thought to be the shrine messengers. At Kasuga Taisha Shrine, the tour will not enter areas where admission fees are required.

Nara Nagomikan (20 min) – The largest souvenir shop in Nara. Enjoy yourself in this spacious shop and look for the perfect souvenir.

18:30 – 19:30 – Drop-off Service – Available to your hotel in Kyoto.

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Kyoto – Tokyo 

07:50 – 08:30 – Kyoto to Tokyo – Travel to Tokyo via Nozomi Shinkansen.

12:00 – 13:00 – Tokyo Station – Shuttle service from Tokyo Station to Hotels in Tokyo.

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Tokyo

Transfer back to Narita/Haneda Airport is included on this day if you are not continuing on in Japan. 

2017 Departure Dates:(A) 28 Feb-07 Mar, 09 May-28 Nov: Tue
(A) 19 Mar-16 Apr: Sun Tue
(B) 06 Jan-15 Dec: Fri
Except: 10, 24 Feb, 07, 09, 21, 28 Apr, 05 May, 13 Jun, 04, 11-18, 25 Jul, 01-15, 22 Aug, 12, 15, 26, 29 Sep, 03, 06, 13, 31 Oct, 03, 24 Nov
 Meals Provided:5 Lunches  
Guide Service: Guide service available on all days excluding on bullet trains and free days 
Baggage Service: Oneway Trip: Day 7 Hakone to Kyoto
Round Trip: Day 7 Hakone to Kyoto / Day 13 Kyoto to Tokyo
Oneway Trip Plan: From $3,958 AdultFrom $3,371 Child*Single, Triple, Breakfast, upgrade and extension rates are also available. Contact JTB for details.
Return Trip Plan:  From $4,481 Adult  
From $3,803 Child
*Single, Triple, Breakfast, upgrade and extension rates are also available. Contact JTB for details.
Remarks:Daily schedule and sightseeing spots are subject to change due to weather, transport or any other unforeseen circumstances. 

 

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