kinkakuji temple in kyoto, japan

Kinkakuji Temple in Kyoto, Japan

fushimi inari taisha shrine in kyoto, japan

Fushimi Inari Taisha Shrine in Kyoto, Japan


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Asia encompasses a vast range of countries and charming attractions, and one of the world- acclaimed destinations is Japan, holding impeccable beauty. Further, there is no doubt that Japan encounters thousands of pristine sites, rich culture, history, and amazing traditions. Japan Tour is the simplest and the one-stop solution to check out the pristine beauty of the place. A tour of this c...


Day 1

From Osaka's Kansai International Airport to Kyoto

  • Airport To Hotel
  • Stay Included

Upon your arrival at Osaka's Kansai International Airport and completion of Customs and Immigration formalities, you will receive assistance for your transfer to Kyoto at Hotel Vischio Kyoto by Granvia. Kyoto, often referred to as the "City of 10,000 shrines," boasts a rich cultural heritage and 14 UNESCO World Heritage Sites. With a history as Japan's capital for over 1000 years, it offers captivating palaces, gardens, and vibrant neighborhoods. The rest of the day is yours to unwind or explore Kyoto at your own pace. As part of the tour, a 7-Day Japan Rail Pass is provided, which you can exchange and validate at most Japan Rail Stations for convenient travel throughout your journey. Be sure to validate the pass before use.

Day 2

Full-Day Tour to Explore Eminent Places

  • Breakfast

Begin your captivating full-day tour in Kyoto at the renowned Fushimi Inari Shrine, an iconic destination known for its world-famous crimson torii gates that adorn the entire Mt. Inari (233m/765ft). Explore the main shrine hall and the enchanting vermillion gate tunnel, a truly mesmerizing sight.

Continue your journey to central Kyoto, where you'll encounter the remarkable Sanjusangendo Temple, Japan's longest wooden structure. Inside, marvel at the 1001 statues of Kannon, the Buddhist saint of Mercy.

Visit the ancient Kiyomizu-dera Temple, dating back to before Kyoto became Japan's capital. Its wooden platform stage, the Kiyomizu Butai, constructed without nails, stands at four stories and was once a popular spot for making wishes.

In the afternoon, explore Kinkakuji Temple, a beloved destination adorned with real gold leaf, captivating visitors year-round with its radiant beauty.

Next, visit Kintano-tenmangu, a shrine dedicated to scholarship, originally built to appease an angry spirit. The shrine's surrounding entertainment district dates back to 1444 when a fire led to its construction, giving rise to Kyoto's first 'flower town' or Geisha district.

Conclude your day by discovering the charm of the Kamishichiken district, akin to the more tourist Gion district, but with the added benefits of fewer crowds and fantastic photo opportunities. This immersive tour promises a day filled with cultural treasures and unforgettable sights.

Day 3

Exchange 7-day Japan Rail Pass

  • Breakfast

Today, we have an important task to do in half-day. Meet your assistant after breakfast, and navigate straight to the JR Office to exchange the 7-day Japan Rail Pass so as to confirm the seat reservations.

After completion of this task, you are free for the day. Either spend a day at leisure or cover the historic Kyoto at your own pace. You can seek advice from the destination expert to figure out the prominent landmarks.

Day 4

Get on the Bullet Train and Explore the Array of Landmarks

  • Breakfast
  • Dinner
  • Stay Included

In the morning, transfer to Kyoto JR station for a remarkable 2-hour journey aboard the bullet train to Hiroshima. Our dedicated assistant will accompany you from your hotel, guide you through the train station, and ensure your seamless boarding.

Upon reaching Hiroshima, meet your private guide and embark on a poignant tour starting at Peace Memorial Park. This hallowed ground was the epicenter of the Atomic Bomb on August 6th, 1945. After the tragedy, the park was established in remembrance of those who perished. Wander through the park, discovering its numerous memorials, monuments, and statues before entering the museum.

Following your Hiroshima visit, a brief train and ferry ride will transport you to the enchanting Miyajima Island, a sacred Shinto destination steeped in history. Here, you'll encounter Japan's iconic "Floating Torii Gate," one of the '3 Most Beautiful Views' in the country. This shrine, originating from the 6th century, features a remarkable 12th-century structure. Enjoy ample time to explore the island and its shrines and temples, and savor local treats like maple leaf-shaped cakes.

Stay overnight at Hotel Kikunoya, immersing yourself in Japanese culture and natural beauty. 

Day 5

Reaching the capital of Japan, Tokyo

  • Breakfast
  • Stay Included

Have your breakfast, hop on the Ferry to reach Hiroshima, and from there, board a bullet train to Tokyo. Reach the capital of Japan and spend some time at leisure. Navigate to the Keio Plaza Hotel Tokyo for your stay.

In time, you can even check out the beauty of the Himeji castle. To explore this iconic castle, you can take a stop at Himeji and, from there, hire a taxi to the castle. 

Day 6

An Incredible Half-Day Tour of Tokyo

  • Breakfast

Explore Tokyo's vibrant cityscape with the convenience of its extensive subway and train network, accompanied by a private guide. Kick off your journey with a visit to Sensoji Temple, Tokyo's oldest Buddhist temple. After exploring the temple grounds, meander down Nakamise shopping street for souvenir hunting. Continue to the Imperial Palace East Gardens, a segment of the inner palace area, offering views of moats, Edo castle remnants, and gardens. While the palace itself remains off-limits, the garden grounds are accessible. Conclude your day with a visit to either Ginza or Tsukiji Outer Fish Market, where your guide will bid you farewell, allowing you to explore these areas at your own pace.

Day 7

Full-Day Tour of Mt. Fuji and Hakone

  • Breakfast
  • Lunch

Begin your day by boarding a morning bus from Tokyo to Mt. Fuji. Ascend to the 5th Station, positioned at 2,300 meters (7,546 ft) above sea level. Here, you'll be captivated by breathtaking vistas above the clouds. Afterward, savor a delightful lunch.

Following lunch, embark on a scenic Lake Ashi Cruise. This Crater Lake, formed by a volcanic eruption nearly 3,000 years ago, offers stunning views of Mt. Fuji, which looms 30 km to the northwest. Admire the majestic sight of Mt. Fuji from the deck of the ship.

Take a ropeway journey to the summit of Mt. Komagatake, where you'll have time for a stroll. Continue with a cableway ride to the spiritual Hakone Shrine Mototsumiya, nestled atop the mountain.

Bid farewell to Hakone and travel to Odawara Station by bus. Hop on the Kodama Shinkansen to return to Tokyo, where you'll arrive between 8-10 pm, depending on traffic conditions. Upon arrival in Tokyo, make your way back to your hotel.

Day 8

Departure from Tokyo

  • Breakfast
  • Hotel To Airport

After having your breakfast, hop in the car to reach Tokyo's Narita Airport as per your return flight.

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  • Transfer
  • Stay Included
  • Dinner as per Itinerary
  • Full Day Tour of Kyoto's prominent sites such as Fushimi Inari Shrine, Sanjusangendo Temple, Kiyomizu-Dera Temple, Kinkakuji Temple, Kamishichiken district, etc.
  • An excursion to Hiroshima, Peace Memorial Park, Miyajima Island, and The Floating Torii Gate.
  • Imperial Palace East Gardens, Edo castle remnants, Ginza or Tsukiji Outer Fish Market.
  • Mount Fuji and Hakone Tour.


Day 1-2-3


Hotel Vischio Kyoto by Granvia

Day 4


Hotel Kikunoya

Day 5-6-7


Keio Plaza Hotel Tokyo

To and From the Airport via Car

Accommodations at Hotel Vischio Kyoto by Granvia: 3 Nights

Accommodations at Hotel Kikunoya: 1 Night

Accommodation at Keio Plaza Hotel Tokyo: 3 Nights

Full Day Tour of Kyoto's prominent sites such as Fushimi Inari Shrine, Sanjusangendo Temple, Kiyomizu-Dera Temple, Kinkakuji Temple, Kamishichiken district, etc.

An excursion to Hiroshima, Peace Memorial Park, Miyajima Island, and The Floating Torii Gate

Imperial Palace East Gardens, Edo castle remnants, Ginza or Tsukiji Outer Fish Market

Mount Fuji and Hakone Tour

Travel Insurance

Additional Facilities

Airfare & Airfare Taxes

Some Meals


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Japan Package for 7 nights and 8 days : Frequently asked questions

The period from March-May, and September-November are perfect to plan a Japan vacation. During these months, the weather is pleasant, and it is easy to explore the destination.

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No, having travel insurance isn't restricted at all. However, you can add a protection shield by buying travel insurance.

Yes, travelers are free to modify/customize their vacation package as per their preferences or interests.

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There is no dearth of unsullied destinations in Japan, but Hiroshima, Osaka, Tokyo, Nara, Yokohama, Hakone, Kyoto, Kobe, and Shinjuku are some prominent cities that can be explored during vacations.

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Mount Fuji, Osaka Castle, Hakone Open Air Museum, The Atsuta Temple, Shrines of Nikko, Ogasawara Islands, Shiretoko Peninsula, Tokyo Tower, Tokyo Skytree, Mount Takao, and Zushi Beach are some eminent Japanese attractions.