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Japan Kanto 5 Days

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Duration : 4 Nights / 5 Days

Destination Covered : Tokyo, Kamakura

Tour Activities : Museums, Sightseeing

Tour Themes : Religious & Pilgrimage, Culture & Heritage

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Tokyo and Kamakura Tour Overview

Tokyo, Japan's capital, is in the Kanto region, which is in the eastern part of the country. There are a lot of sights and activities to see and do on a Kanto tour, which combines both contemporary city life and traditional Japanese culture. An overview of a typical Kanto tour is as follows:

Tokyo: Tokyo is a big, bustling city with a lot to see and do. The Meiji Shrine, the colourful Shibuya crossing, and the iconic Tokyo Tower are among the most well-known attractions.
Kamakura: Kamakura is a charming coastal town that is well-known for its numerous Shinto and Buddhist temples. The Hasedera Temple and the Great Buddha statue are among the highlights.
Yokohama: Port city Yokohama is just south of Tokyo. Numerous shopping and dining options can be found in the well-known Minato Mirai district, which has views of the waterfront.
Nikko: The mountain town of Nikko, north of Tokyo, is well-known for its breathtaking natural beauty and historic temples and shrines. The Kegon Falls and the Toshogu Shrine are among the highlights.
Fuji Mount: On clear days, Mount Fuji, Japan's tallest mountain, can be seen from Tokyo. It is just south of the city. A day trip to the mountain to hike or take a scenic boat ride on the lake nearby is also an option.
Hakone: In the Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park, Hakone is a well-known hot springs resort town. The Hakone Open-Air Museum, breathtaking views of Mount Fuji, and a scenic ride on the Hakone Ropeway are among the trip's highlights.
A Kanto visit offers a blend of city life, noteworthy sights, and normal magnificence, settling on it an extraordinary decision for those keen on encountering different Japan's contributions.

Tokyo and Kamakura Tour Itinerary

Day 1
In and around Narita

Yokoso" or "Welcome" to Japan!

We will pick you up at the airport and transfer you to the hotel.

If you arrive early, take the rest of the day to rest up. Or, if you’re up for it, take advantage of our centrally-located hotel and explore the local area on foot. For guests arriving after 6 pm, we will refund the cost for dinner. *If you would like to skip our dinner on the arrival day, please contact us no later than 7 days prior to the tour departure date.
Day 2
The East Gardens of Imperial Palace: Stroll through the East Garden, one of the best ways to enjoy the beautiful palace grounds by avoiding the crowds. When The East Gardens of the Imperial Palace is closed, we will visit Imperial Palace Plaza instead. Please check Travel Information on our website for dates when The East Gardens of Imperial Palace is closed.

Walking Tour of Shibuya, Harajuku, and nearby Montesano: See Tokyo's most vibrant neighbourhoods. Get acquainted with this unique city on our introductory tour!

Tokyo Cruise or Mizube Line: Cruise down Tokyo Bay on a water bus. Along the way, take in a spectacular view of the Tokyo skyline.

Asakusa:

Free time to explore this vivacious old Edo district filled with unique Japanese delicacies. Don't forget to see the famous Senso-ji Temple, Tokyo's oldest and most festive temple.

Explore like a local! Explore the exciting city on your own. Plan your own route or take one of our suggested courses for you to enjoy as a guideline. Whether your interest is in relaxation, culture, dining, or shopping, the city has a boundless array of fun and different things for everyone. Dinner is not included tonight so you may take advantage of unlimited dining options in the area.

Dinner is not included tonight so you may take advantage of unlimited dining options in the area.
Day 3
Kamakura: Discover Kamakura's treasures as your rickshaw through Japan's first shogunate capital.

Kaiseki Banquet Dinner: Finish the day with a truly cultural experience in our hot spring hotel with panoramic views of Mt. Fuji on the observatory deck. Dress in Yukata robes and enjoy a traditional banquet dinner (with Karaoke!).

Hot Spring Bath: Soak in the hot springs to unwind and experience one of Japan's most relaxing national pastimes.
Day 4
Free Time: Take the morning to relax and stroll through the hotel's extensive garden. In springtime, more than 300 cherry trees bloom! It is also recommended to wake early and watch the sunrise from the Fuji View hotel lounge.

Iyashi No Sato Healing Village: Escape the crowds for intimate views of Mt. Fuji. Experience the local farm town atmosphere of the Healing Village set against a beautiful backdrop of traditional thatched roof houses. Try on a kimono or Samurai armour for a fun and unique photo op!

Itchiku Kubota Museum: Relatively unknown, this small yet touching museum captures Japanese elegance perfectly. The "Symphony of Light" kimono display is not to be missed, but even the building and gardens are attractions themselves. * When Kubota Itchiku Museum is closed, we will visit Mt. Fuji World Heritage Center instead. Please check Travel Information on our website for these dates when Kubota Itchiku Museum is closed.

Sightseeing Bus Tour: Enjoy a beautiful night view of Tokyo's cityscape.
Day 5
We suggest arranging afternoon flights for departure. Based on your departure time, our tour guide will show you how to take the airport shuttle bus from the hotel.

"Sayonara!" or "Goodbye!" We hope to see you again soon!

*If you have more time, extending your stay independently before or after our tour is a great way to explore more. We’re happy to help with hotel extensions or arranging extended return flights; please contact our team for pricing and availability.

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More Details about Tokyo and Kamakura Tour

Inclusions

  • Hotel
  • Sightseeing
  • Soak in traditional indoor or open-air hot springs
  • Dress in Yukata robes during our Kaiseki banquet and karaoke
  • Rooms available: Standard or upgrade to Fuji View (+$100, limited availability, inquire for details)
  • Tokyo: Imperial Hotel Tokyo- Iconic, luxurious, and within walking distance of the famous Ginza district and Imperial Palace.
  • Guide
  • Our tours are fully escorted by charismatic and knowledgeable trained guide

Exclusions

  • Insurance
  • Travel insurance is not covered in the tour price. You can organize travel insurance with your preferred insurance company. We recommend World Nomads, a company recommended by Lonely Planet. You can check out the details here.
  • Flights
  • International flights are not included. Competitive airfares are available for our guests from the US or Canada. Please inquire separately at the time of booking. If you are flying from outside the US or Canada, please book airline tickets separately.
  • Hotel Extension at Imperial Hotel in Tokyo for your pre/post tour (rate depends on the time of travel.
  • Additional Services
  • Not Included in the Land Tour Price
  • Laundry, in-room telephone international roaming; minibar; alcohol, beverages at hotel, ship, or restaurant.
  • Porterage at airports; excess baggage fees; and all other items of a personal nature not outlined in the tour itinerary.

Payments Terms

  • * 20% Advance Percentage of total booking amount

Cancellation & Refund Policy

  • * Upon cancellation, refund will be made after deducting the Retention Amount.
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