Travel Itinerary

Day 1

Private transfer to your hotel

Hotel Okura Tokyo Bay ★★★★ (3 nights)

Day 2 & 3

Tokyo DisneySea day

Day 4

Private transfer to your hotel

Hotel Gajoen ★★★★★ (4 nights)

Day 5

Private Tokyo food tour

Immerse yourself into Tokyo’s renowned culinary scene at Tsukiji Market with this food tour led by a local expert. Explore the outer market, learn about the market’s history, and discover the influence of seasons and geography on Japanese cuisine. Indulge in tastings of diverse ingredients, from pickled items to authentic miso soup, and conclude the experience with a sit-down lunch featuring options like Kaisendon, tempura, or sushi.

Day 6 & 7

Day at leisure to explore Tokyo

Day 8

Private transfer from hotel to train station

Train from Tokyo to Hiroshima

Take a taxi from train station to hotel

Sheraton Grand Hiroshima Hotel ★★★★ (2 nights)

Rest of the day at leisure

Day 9

Private guided tour of Hiroshima

Explore Hiroshima’s history and culture with a comprehensive day-long tour, led by a local historian. Visit key landmarks such as the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park and Museum, the Atomic Bomb Dome, Miyajima Island, and the iconic Itsukushima Shrine. The tour’s itinerary provides a nuanced perspective on the contrasts that define Hiroshima and gaining a deeper understanding of the city’s resilience and transformation from destruction to a thriving hub.

Day 10

Take a taxi from hotel to train station

Train from Hiroshima to Kyoto

Take a taxi from train station to hotel

Ace Hotel Kyoto ★★★★ (5 nights)

Geisha night tour of Gion

On this tour of Kyoto at night you’ll dive into the deeply traditional Gion District which serves as both the historic home and beating heart of Geisha Japan. In the company of a local Kyoto resident and expert on Japan, you’ll see the area alive and bustling after dark. This Kyoto Geisha Tour of Gion is fantastic for exploring traditional daily life in Kyoto; from the historic housing structures, shrines, and temples, to the role of geishas and kabuki in Japan’s cultural history.

Day 11

Private guided at disposal for the day

Discover the artistry of Japanese garden design with a private guide during a three-hour walking tour in Kyoto. Explore the Muromachi period’s garden styles, shaped by emperors and nobles, and delve into the cultural flourishing of Zen Buddhism. In the Arashiyama Area, embark on a journey back to the Heian period, a pivotal era in Japanese culture, exploring villas, temples, and unspoiled forests in Arashiyama to understand the roots of Japanese identity. This tour provides a captivating glimpse into the aesthetic evolution and cultural development of Kyoto.

Day 12

Train from Kyoto to Osaka

Osaka Castle full day private guided tour

Osaka Castle was a part of the Japanese unification in the 16th and 17th centuries. In 1614-1615, was held the Osaka Battle where Toyotomis felt and Tokugawas totally established their authority as Shoguns of Japan. There are lots of Historical remains in the park and around. Nearby, you will visit the Osaka Museum of History, which will teach you about Osakan History from its beginning to the present. You will also see nearby the remains of the Palace of Naniwa, which dates from the 7th century.

Day 13

Philosopher’s Path private tour

Guided by a local historian, stroll along the picturesque Philosopher’s Trail, following the course of the magnificent canal in northern Higashiyama. You’ll visit some of Kyoto’s most important temples (Ginkakuji Silver, Honenin, Eikando, or Nanzenji) and explore the Japanese philosophical commitment to nature.

Day 14

Nara private day tour

Embark on a day trip from Kyoto to charming Nara, where a local guide will lead you to key temples like Todai-ji, Kasuga Shrine, and the recently rebuilt Central Golden Hall of Kofuku-ji. Delight in the presence of Nara’s famous deer, comfortable around humans, and feeding them during the tour. Explore the historical significance of Temple Kofuku-ji and its gleaming gilded Buddha, visit Kasuga Shrine with its iconic orange torii gates, and conclude at Todai-ji, housing the world’s largest Bronze Buddha. Take in the rich history of Nara, and feel free to extend your visit to explore more of its attractions.

Day 15

Train from Kyoto to Hakone

Transfer from train station to hotel

Fujiya Hotel ★★★★ (2 nights)

Day 16

Hakone private guided tour

Customize your private tour of Hakone, a popular destination in Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park known for its hot springs resorts. Visit area attractions with your own professional guide, including Hakone Shrine, the crafts village of Hakone Yosegi Zaiku, and a traditional Japanese ‘kominka’ house. Tea is provided at one of Hakone’s age-old teahouses. Opt for a ride on the Hakone Ropeway cable car with views of Lake Ashi and Mt Fuji.

Day 17

Train from Hakone to Tokyo

Transfer from train station to hotel

Disneyland Toyko Hotel ★★★★ (3 nights)

3 day at Disneyland Park of Tokyo

In Tokyo Disneyland – the first Disney park to open outside of the United States – witness Disney’s timeless stories come to life through the many attractions offered.

Day 18 & 19

Days at Disneyland Tokyo

Day 20

Transfer from hotel to airport

Fly home