Tours From Tokyo To Kyoto – Experience the best of Tokyo and Kyoto, Japan’s largest cities. Follow in the footsteps of the daimyo and samurai who once walked the ancient Tokaido road that connected these two metropolises. For the uninitiated, Tokyo may seem like a vortex of people and traffic. But there is an orderly chaos behind the remnants of a very different past. Steeped in history and culture, Kyoto was in many ways the foundation of Japanese culture. A walk in Kyoto today is a walk through 11 centuries of Japanese history.
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You can easily spend a lifetime exploring Tokyo, and you’ll never run out of places and things to discover. Down to modern Ginza where the shops are located…the sheer energy level of Tokyo will blow you away.And at night, Tokyo really comes alive. A labyrinth of fiery neon lights fills all available space in the city’s streets and alleyways. Overall, Tokyo is more than just a destination, it’s an experience.
Kyoto has a rich heritage of ancient Buddhist temples, grand palaces and gardens of all sizes and characteristics. For many people, the name Kyoto conjures up images of quintessential Japan: traditional wooden houses, wooden shoes on cobblestones, geisha in soft, colorful clothes, and tea masters. Warm the water on purpose and brew the tea.
Learn about Japan’s ancient religious traditions, visit Kamakura’s famous ‘Great Buddha’ and see Mount Fuji, the symbol of Japan. Fuji (vacation weather). You’ll also meet a “maiko” (a geisha in training) in person, climb to the top of a samurai castle, participate in an authentic tea ceremony, and stroll through one of Japan’s most beautiful gardens. .
After clearing customs and immigration (due to increased tourist numbers in Japan, this may take up to 1.5 hours), your samurai tour guide will meet you at Tokyo’s Narita airport. Then your guide will help you buy the limousine bus ticket and take the bus to your hotel. food not included
Cultural Tour Of Japan In 13 Days
Day 2 Tokyo – Shinjuku and Shibuya. Shinjuku – Kabukicho, Samurai Museum, Godzilla Statue, Restaurants Walking Tour. Shibuya – Hachiko Statue, Shibuya Crossing
After breakfast, start with a welcome/orientation session. Start your day by traveling to Shinjuku Station. This station is the busiest station in the world. On average, 4,000,000 people pass through this facility every day. From there, a tour of the red-light district of Kabukicho, famous for its high wages working in the surrounding office buildings, begins. Pass by the famous Robot Restaurant and Omoide Yokocho, which is lined with small restaurant chains. You will also see Godzilla, the most famous movie character in Japan. A Godzilla statue overlooking Shinjuku Ward from the roof of a skyscraper. Next we will go to the Samurai Museum. Here you can also learn about the unique world of samurai and try on samurai weapons. Your visit to the Shinjuku district will end with lunch at a restaurant next to Godzilla where you can see the famous animal up close.
After lunch, take a short train ride to Shibuya. Shibuya is the center of fashion and youth culture, and its streets are the birthplace of much of Japan’s fashion and entertainment.Shibuya sightseeing starts at the Hachiko statue. According to a famous story, the dog Hachiko waited for his master every day in front of Shibuya Station, and continued for many years after his master passed away. He is one of the most famous places in Tokyo. Next, visit Shibuya Crossing, the busiest intersection in the world. The intersection is adorned with neon signs and large video screens and flooded with pedestrians whenever the traffic light turns green, making it a popular photo and video-taking spot.You can also see the magnetic roof of the Shibuya 109 Building overlooking the famous intersection. going to.
There your guide will take the group back to the inn where the tour ends for the day. Alternatively, you can stay in the Shibuya area and tour on your own. Your guide will provide recommendations of places to visit, a map of the surrounding area, and transportation suggestions for returning to the inn.
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Take a subway and an express train to Kamakura, the ancient capital of Japan in the 13th century. Start with Hasdera. Founded in the 8th century, this temple houses the famous statue of Guanyin, made of wood and gold leaf, and overlooks the nearby sea. Next, visit Kotokuin, famous for the Great Buddha of Kamakura. Built in the 13th century, this 40-foot-tall bronze Buddha statue is a symbol of Japan. After a leisurely lunch, take a taxi to Hokoku-in Temple, also known as the Bamboo Temple. While enjoying tea and sweets, you can relax and enjoy the idyllic atmosphere of the bamboo garden. Breakfast at a ryokan and lunch at a local Japanese restaurant are included.
Day 4 Tokyo – Sensoji Temple & Asakusa Shrine, Top Observation Deck, Ginza District, Yakatabune Cruise
After breakfast, visit Nakamise Street, Sensoji Temple, and Asakusa Shrine to learn about Japanese Buddhism and Shinto religious culture. Senso-ji is Tokyo’s busiest temple, built in the 7th century. Next, travel to the Seaside Top Observatory in the World Trade Center (WTC) Building. Here you can see not only a bird’s eye view of Tokyo, but also the scenery of Tokyo and the actual size of Tokyo. You can even see the mountains on a clear day. Fuji. Afterwards, travel to the famous Ginza district by subway. This is the world’s most expensive estate, and you’ll first have lunch at Kushiage (meat and vegetables deep-fried on bamboo skewers). After lunch you are free to browse the many shops and supermarkets. After taking a taxi to Hinode Pier, take a leisurely cruise along the Sumida River. Breakfast at the inn and lunch at a local restaurant are included.
Sightseeing in Tokyo Bay while relaxing with dinner and drinks! Tokyo Skytree, Rainbow Bridge, Odaiba, and the Tokyo Skyline on Tokyo Bay are lit up at night. For dinner, we offer sashimi and tempura, vegetable kaiseki cuisine, beer, sake, shochu, plum wine, whiskey, white wine, red wine, coffee, tea, and soft drinks. (Guided, unguided, enter and exit the port on your own)
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Today is a day to freely enjoy the world-class city of Tokyo. Shop for the best souvenirs, visit the Tokyo National Museum, or stroll the trendy Shibuya and Harajuku districts to see interesting fashion from afar.
Go to the open-air market at Tsukiji Market. Walk through the many shops that sell many of the items required for Japanese cuisine and observe how a whole tuna is cut into sushi or sashimi. Sushi lunch at a sushi restaurant near the market. After lunch, return to the hotel and prepare for your trip to Hakone. Lunch is included.
After breakfast, take a day trip to Hakone. Hakone is famous for its beautiful nature and the view of Mount Fuji. Mount Fuji nearby (weather permitting). Starting with the Hakone Sightseeing Boat on Lake Ashinoko, you can tour around Hakone by various means of transportation (trains, cable cars, gondolas, and buses). On a clear day, you can see Mt. Fuji, Japan’s most famous peak, and you can enjoy the rich scenery of Hakone reflected on the calm surface of the lake. In the afternoon, take the Shinkansen to Kyoto city. A shuttle service will take you from the ryokan to Tokyo Station, where you will be met at the Kyoto platform and transferred to the ryokan in Kyoto. Before leaving Tokyo, you need to make arrangements to transfer your luggage to Kyoto. You should have an overnight bag with enough clothing and two other items.