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Departure for Tokyo by international flight.
Arrival in Tokyo and transfer to the hotel.
After breakfast, visit Asakusa Kannon Temple, the largest temple and one of the most famous tourist sites in Tokyo. The Thunder Gate marks the entrance to the Temple, accessed through a long gallery lit by hundreds of paper lanterns. Then walk through Nakamise Street where you can buy Japanese souvenirs. The famous Asakusa Kannon Temple is located at the end of this street, also called Senso-ji Temple. Afterwards, visit a large artificial island in Tokyo Bay, Odaiba, across the Rainbow Bridge from central Tokyo. Odaiba is a popular shopping and entertainment district on a man-made island in Tokyo Bay. More than a century later, the small islands were joined into larger islands by massive landfills, and Tokyo began a spectacular development project aimed to turn the islands into a futuristic residential and business district during the extravagant 1980s. In the afternoon, visit Meiji Shrine, a Shinto shrine dedicated to the deified spirits of Emperor Meiji and his wife, Empress Shōken. Then continue to Shibuya Crossing, a popular filming location in Tokyo, the crossroads is used in the cinema as well as in many music videos, news and entertainment programs. This is an icon of modern Japan.
After breakfast, departure for Nikko by coach. Upon arrival, admire the Shinkyo Sacred Bridge, then enjoy a beautiful view in Kanmangafuchi Abyss. Afternoon will be reserved for visits to Nikko most famous temple and shrine - Tōshō-gū, which is a UNESCO World Heritage site. Afterwards, drive to Tokyo, free evening.
After breakfast, enjoy a beautiful view of the bustling city on the Tokyo Tower, the world's tallest, self-supported steel tower and 13 meters taller than its model, the Eiffel Tower. Then visit outside of the Imperial Palace, located in the center of the capital city. Surrounded by its original moat, the complex houses serve as a residence of the emperor and empress in office. At lunch, you will have a chance to experience typical Japanese food – Sushi. Then, enjoy free time in Ginza, well-known business district in Tokyo. Afterwards, transfer to the Fuji Mountain region by coach. Later avail yourself with an unforgettable experience of a thermal spring Spa in a relaxing atmosphere at the hotel
After breakfast, we start our day by visiting Oshino Hakkai, a touristy set of eight ponds in Oshino, which is a small village in Fuji Five Lakes region. Located between Lake Kawaguchiko and Lake Yamanakako, Oshino Hakkai is regarded as a natural treasure and is among the purest waters in Japan. Afterwards, visit Fuji Peace Park. Here, you could have a beautiful view of Fuji Mountain. Then photo stop near Lake Suwa, a site of a natural phenomenon known as the "God's Crossing". At night, stay in the mountain region and enjoy another peaceful time escaping from the city.
After breakfast, transfer to Takayama by coach. Upon arrival, stroll in the old street of Takayama. Then, transfer to Shirakawa in the north west of Takayama city, where is best known for being the site of Shirakawa-go, a small, traditional village showcasing a building style known as gassho-zukuri, which means "constructed like hands in prayer". It is one of UNESCO's World Heritage Sites. In the afternoon, transfer to Nagoya, and stay there for overnight.
After breakfast, transfer to Nara, an ancient capital of Japan. Visit the Deer Park and the Todaiji Temple in succession. The latter is known to be the largest wooden building in the world and hosts a monumental Big Seated Buddha in bronze. After visits, enjoy a Japanese Tea Ceremony. It is a Japanese cultural activity involving the ceremonial preparation and presentation of matcha, powdered green tea. Then continue to Kyoto by coach. Upon arrival, free time to visit Gion District. This is the area in the ancient time to bound into geishas. Despite the considerable decline in the number of geishas in the last century, the region is famous for its architecture and traditional entertainment.
After breakfast, visit Kinkakuji, the Golden Pavilion, a national treasure of Japan and an important historical architectural heritage. Visit Arashiyama, a sprawling area in western Kyoto centered around the Katsura River and surrounding mountains. It is an extremely popular tourist spot which visitors to Kyoto won’t want to miss. The first sight upon arrival is the Togetsukyo Bridge, a classic symbol of the Arashiyama area. In the afternoon, visit Kiyomizu-dera, an independent Buddhist temple in eastern Kyoto. The temple is part of the Historic Monuments of Ancient Kyoto UNESCO World Heritage site. Around the temple, it is Ninenzaka and Sannenzaka. This is another charming pedestrian thoroughfare known for its classic architecture, teahouses. You will stroll in the area and feel like walk through the old time.
After breakfast, visit Castle Nijo. The construction started in 1603 by Tokugawa Ieyasu, the first Shogun in Japan. Then enjoy a fashion show – Nishijin kimono. Last stop in Kyoto is Fushimi Inari Taisha, which is the head shrine of the god Inari. Here you could find more than 10 thousand Toriis alongside the hill, which make a tunnel of red woods. In the afternoon, transfer to Osaka, capital city of Osaka Prefecture and the third largest city of Japan.
After breakfast, start your day with a city tour in Osaka. First, visit Osaka Castle, a brilliant pearl among many sights and it is one of the most famous castles in Japan. Then you will stop at the well-known Kuromon market, which is considered the great cuisine of this city. Afterwards, walk to Shinsaibashi and Dotonbori, an energetic district filled with boutiques and restaurants. After the visit, free time
After breakfast, we will transfer to the airport and fly back to your sweet home to end our trip.
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