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Group plan in Central Japan Cherry Blossom Watching 10 Days 9 Nights

Enjoy tour with cherry blossom central Japan. Cherry Blossom (SAKURA) seasons differs every year and they are

  • 3/26 Day 2 Hiroshima Miyajima Itsukushima Shrine and Himeji Castle
  • 3/27 Day 3 Kyoto or Osaka cherry blossom watching
  • 3/28 Day 4 Ise Jingu Shrine and Nagoya City
  • 3/29 Day 5 Takayama, Shirakawa-go
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Group plan in WEST Japan 8 Days 7 Nights

Group plan in WEST JAPAN Highlights.    

  • Day 2 Fly to Nagasaki
  • Day 4 Explore Gunkanjima Island
  • Day 5 Hagi old city and Akiyoshi Dungeon
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Three-Day Home Stay in Shinto Shrines-Experience Japanese Tradition and Culture (Omori Kifune Shrine)

A uniquely original home stay plan for experiencing the Japanese culture of enshrining the gods. Guests will b

  • Arrive for Home Stay Check-In
  • Experience a Different Culture, All in a Day at a Shinto Shrine
  • After Experiencing Japanese Culture, It’s Time for a Bus Tour of Japan
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Three-Day Home Stay in Shinto Shrines-Experience Japanese Tradition and Culture (Ikejiri Inari Shrine)

A uniquely original home stay plan for experiencing the Japanese culture of enshrining the gods. Guests will b

  • Arrive for Home Stay Check-In
  •  Experience a Different Culture, All in a Day at a Shinto Shrine
  • After Experiencing Japanese Culture, It’s Time for a Bus Tour of Japan
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This luxurious 7-day plan links the popular locations of Tokyo, Hakone, Takayama, and Kyoto!

Recommended for first-time travelers to Japan. As well as offering the standard course of traveling in Tokyo a

  • Enjoy Tokyo’s nightlife!
  • Fully enjoy Tokyo! Travel freely in Tokyo with our sightseeing plan or our sightseeing taxi plan (*additional charges apply)
  • See the sights of Hakone and lap up the outlet store shopping!
  • World Heritage designated Mount Fuji! See and feel this spiritual landmark for yourself! Draw on the power of Mount Fuji!
  • Walk in the “Little Kyoto” of Hida-Takayama and enjoy the Hida-gyu beef popular among sophisticated diners!
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Travel around Kyoto, Osaka and Kobe, the three cities that symbolize the Kansai Region, and go outlet mall shopping

Travel around the three most popular cities in the Kansai Region, brimming with individuality. It has long bee

  • Stay near Dotonbori, the heart of the dining hub, and perhaps partake of okonomiyaki, the soul food of Naniwa, the name for the place that would eventually become today’s Osaka, and perhaps enjoy the optional evening river cruise.
  • Onto the kimono hub of Kyoto, where the Shinkyogoku shopping arcade symbolic of the ancient capital has temples, shrines and souvenirs, with optional tours that include Kyoto Tower, Torokko Electric Railway and Hozu-gawa River Boat Ride.
  • Immerse yourself in shopping at an outlet mall and have a dinner of popular Kobe beef
  • A footwear hub, Kobe is steeped in an exotic atmosphere and offers cruises and a Chinatown. Enjoy shopping in Motomachi for the latest styles of shoes and fashions.
  • Take the Bay Shuttle from the Port of Kobe to Kansai International Airport
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See streets lined with traditional Japanese buildings and enjoyably try Japanese food, Japanese sake and kimono!

Tour a Little Edo, reminiscent of old Tokyo, just 90 minutes away from the capital. A town developed through t

  • Try local cuisine with a rich history and one passed down from olden times among inns providing lodgings for ship-related work
  • Slip back in time by wearing a kimono and visiting the Katori Jingu shrine, and feel this spot’s power
  • Leaving Little Edo
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Visit Mount Koya established 1,200 years ago, the World Heritage Kumano Sanzan and Ise Shrine

While traveling around the Kii Peninsula filled with the romanticism of ancient times, enjoy hot springs with

  • Stay at a temple, try Zen and then have a dinner of ancient Japanese vegetarian and Buddhist cuisine
  • Experience early morning devotional exercises in a Mount Koya temple guesthouse, visit the World Heritage Kumano Kodo and travel to the Kumano Sanzan shrine Kumano Hongu Taisha, and stay at the Kawayu Onsen hot springs.
  • Visit Kumano Hayatama Taisha to make a Kumano pilgrimage looking back over your life and making a fresh start, then stay at the Hotel Urashima Resort & Spa with its cavernous bath.
  • Visit Kumano Sanzan shrine Kumano Nachi Taisha, eat the local specialties of skewered manbo sunfish and deep fried shark, and round off your trip with a visit to Ise.
  • From Ise, go to either Kansai International Airport or Central Japan International Airport
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Visit Shikoku’s Dogo Onsen, Japan’s oldest hot spring, and the national treasures and movie locations along the Shimanami Expressway

Feel a sea breeze while cycling or driving a rental car along the Shimanami Expressway and then head to Dogo O

  • Why not take a trip around Onomichi, or Little Kyoto, with its sloping streets and movie locations?
  • Visit the Hirayama Ikuo Museum of Art Housing Works of a Master of Japanese Painting and “Western Japan’s Nikko” to See Filial Piety Toward Japanese Mothers.
  • Gaze from the Shimanami Expressway at the beautiful islands floating in the Seto Inland Sea and enjoy the National Treasures
  • Do the Shikoku Pilgrimage offering a homecoming for the heart and tracing the footsteps of Kukai
  • Explore Matsuyama, the setting of Natsume Soseki’s Novel Botchan
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Experience Mysterious Japan! Filled with ‘Vermilion.’ Make a Good-luck Visit to Vermilion Torii Gates

Vermilion is a traditional Japanese color that is also extremely popular among non-Japanese. Vermilion is the

  • Stay at a hotel near Dotonbori and enjoy an optional night river cruise
  • Visit Nara’s historical Kasuga Taisha Shrine (and its vermilion pillars), lunch at the revered Nara Hotel and cruise in a Fushimi jikkokubune boat
  • Visit an enormous vermilion torii tate at Heian Jingu Shrine, and Kiyomizudera Temple. Enjoy the optional Torokko Electric Railway!
  • Move to Osaka, an epicurean city. Visit the birthplace of instant ramen and dine on sushi, tempura and shabu shabu
  • Filled with memories of the trip, it’s back to Kansai International Airport.
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A visit to the hometown of the popular Japanese TV drama Oshin

Yamagata is the hometown of the Japan’s leading international hit TV drama, Oshin. Broadcast in 68 countries a

  • Travel  to Yamagata, the hometown of Oshin, on the Yamagata Shinkansen, rare because it runs on the same tracks as normal trains and not the special tracks needed for Shinkansen.
  • Relax at Ginzan Onsen hot springs, where rows of elegant wooden hot spring inns create a backdrop for Taisho-era (1912-1926) romanticism and nostalgia.
  • National Cultural Properties of Japan, the Old Abumiya and Old Aoyama  Residences of Sakata—the Town of the Wealthy Merchants
  • Oshin’s Home at Shonai Eigamura Open Set
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City sightseeing strolls in Naha, Japan’s resort. A packed, 5-day stay!

This plan is the most financially economical way of sightseeing in Okinawa. Staying in Naha for the duration w

  • As it’s day one, why not go sightseeing centering on Kokusaidori Avenue?
  • Getting active immediately from day two!
  • Typically Okinawan World Heritage sites and power spots!
  • Would you like to do some marine sports in the most beautiful waters around the main island of Okinawa?
  • After Leaving Okinawa…
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Go summer skiing at Mount Gassan and relieve fatigue at a Japanese-style hot spring inn for four days

Mount Gassan, the main mountain of the Dewa Sanzan, or Three Mountains of Dewa and among the 100 Famous Japane

  • Take the Yamagata Shinkansen, a rare Shinkansen running on regular train tracks, from Fukushima to Tendo, the town of shogi, Japanese chess
  • Skiing all day
  • Mount Gassan remains a backdrop even when you’re far away from the mountain
  • Visiting the renowned Risshakuji temple