Visit Tsukiji Fish Market in Tokyo.
Geisha walk in Gion and cookery course, Kyoto.
Hot spring bathing in Hakone.
Walking the Nakasendo Highway, Tsumago.
Helicopter ride over Tokyo.
What our specialists say...
This trip is ideal for a first time visitor to Japan, taking in all of the major highlights as well as some more off the beaten track places. The itinerary is complimented by some of the very best accommodation Japan has to offer and includes some truly unique experiences.
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Day 1 Tokyo
Day 2 Tokyo
Day 3 Tokyo
Head out of Tokyo and visit the giant, bronze Daibutsu. Weighing close to 850 tonnes and at over 11 metres tall this is Japan's second largest Buddha statue and is Kamakura's most famous sight. In the late afternoon return to Tokyo and enjoy an exhilarating shared helicopter ride over this incredible metropolis.
Day 4 Tsumago
Day 5 Tsumago
Day 6 Hiroshima
Day 7 Hiroshima
Day 8 Kyoto
Travel to Kyoto. With 17 UNESCO World Heritage sites, more than 1600 Buddhist temples and over 400 Shinto Shrines, Kyoto is one of the worlds most culturally rich cities. In the late afternoon enjoy a private guided walk around the famous geisha district.
Day 9 Kyoto
Day 10 Kyoto
Day 11 Kyoto
Day 12 Hakone
Day 13 Hakone
Day 14 Tokyo
Day 15 Return home
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