Konnichiwa Japan7 Days | Starting from AED 10499

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  • Meiji Shrine
  • Miyajima
  • Hiroshima Castle
  • Tokyo Tower & Skytree
  • Universal Studios
  • Mt. Fuji

 

  • Gyoza
  • Okonomiyaki
  • Sushi
  • Kendama
  • Ceramics
  • Kimono
  • Omamori

Overview

April is the best time to visit Japan. Spring is in full bloom and so is the plush and vibrant cherry blossom (sakura in Japanese). You can tell from the get go that you have entered unchartered territory but once to get to see the culture, people, scenery and food, you cant help but fall in love. Osaka gives a great taste of Japanese culture as well as easy access to Kyoto, the historic center of Japan. Hiroshima teaches you strength. It offers incredible insight to the tragedy of WWII yet how the city has been able to continue their living while always honoring their past. Another exciting experience is the ride in the famous bullet train of Japan (shinkansen in Japanese). Lastly Tokyo, few cities in the world can compare to the speed and lifestyle pace of this city. Japan is so unique in its traditions, structure and even day-to-day living that leads to a truly mind altering experience.

 


Itinerary

Included Meals: No Meals Included
Welcome to Japan greeted by cherry blossom season! Land at the Osaka Intl. Airport in the early afternoon. Meet and greet your travel companions and advance to an expert guided tour of Osaka comprising of the majestic Osaka castle where you have a photo stop and some time to absorb the beauty. Next onto the shopping streets Shinsabashi and Dotonbori teeming with boutiques, cafes, bars, high fashion stores and more before arriving at the centrally located hotel to check-in. The evening is free to step out on your own or relax your first night here. Overnight in Osaka.
Included Meals: Breakfast & Dinner

Dig into the breakfast buffet and gear up for a full day trip to the culture central city of Kyoto. Revel in the serenity and spirituality of this old capital. Distance covered: 52KM

Visit the Golden Pavilion also called Kinkaku-ji Temple; a gold plated visual bliss. Surrounded by lush greenery and overlooking a large pond, the temple radiates zen. Next move to Kiyomizu-dera Temple; a self-governing Buddhist temple and also the most visited temple in the city. A definite highlight is the wooden balcony protruding from the main hall. It offers stunning visuals of the vibrant landscape below especially being Sakura season and the city beyond. End the tour at Gion district in the heart of Kyoto. Known as the most popular area for traditional entertainment such as tea ceremonies and geisha acts, shopping for local goodies and trendy restaurants. Take this time to wander about the streets on your own or pleasure your taste of Japan at the Geisha performance at the Gion Corner. The Geisha culture is home to Kyoto with the ladies having to train for 5 years before earning the title of a Geiko (Geisha), until then they are called Maiko (Apprentice). A 50-minute treat to watch the Kyo-Mai Dance by Geiko and Maiko (Geisha and their apprentices) dressed in elaborate costume moving gracefully to traditional music. Immortalize this exceptional moment with plenty of pictures.

Overnight in Osaka.

 
Included Meals: Breakfast & Dinner

An appetizing breakfast buffet is ready for you. Post breakfast checkout from the hotel and walk on to the train station. Experience something exciting today as you board one of Japan’s famous bullet trains heading to Hiroshima. Distance covered: 331KM

They city has endured one of the most tragic events ever occurred on Earth but like a phoenix rising from the ashes the city has been rebuilt to full functionality. Upon arrival, proceed to the sights of Atomic Bomb Dome with entrance to the Peace Memorial Museum that commemorate the lives lost in WWII and Hiroshima Peace Park. Located in the centre of the city once the busiest district, the landmarks created serve to not just remember the victims but support world peace. Next depart to the ferry port to travel to Miyajima Island (Itsukushima) popularly known as the floating shrine as the tori gate is partially submerged at high tide. It is one of the most scenic spots in Japan and also known as Island of the Gods; a testimonial to Buddhism and Shintoism.

In the evening, check-in to the hotel, replenish with a delicious dinner and rest up for tomorrow. Overnight in Hiroshima.

 
Included Meals: Breakfast & Dinner

Begin today with a good breakfast buffet. Checkout from the hotel and depart to airport for your flight to the buzzing capital, Tokyo.

Arrive in Tokyo and set off to a special Japanese cooking class with an experienced chef or an authentic Japanese Tea Ceremony. Learn to prepare traditional Japanese dishes in this 90-minute session. Be sure to observe carefully and follow instructions to the T as you will eat what you cook. Next advance for a stop at Niju bashi, Tokyo’s most famous bridge leading to the Imperial Palace. Lastly to Shinuya, a popular shopping area before going to the hotel to check-in.

A flavorsome dinner in the evening. Overnight in Tokyo. Overnight in Tokyo.

 
Included Meals: Breakfast

The day starts off with a breakfast buffet followed by an expert guided tour of Tokyo.

Admire panoramic sights of the city as you ascend 332.9 meters to The Tokyo Tower observation deck. The tower is a communication and observation tower that is the second tallest structure in Japan. Continue on to Shinjuku Gyoen Garden to a cherry blossom picnic spot. Drink in the breezy atmosphere and enjoy the drizzle of pastel pink cherry blossom petals all around. Feel free to get a small snack to tuck into during free time in the park. Lastly, with some free time on your own, make your way to Ginza followed by Ueno. Ginza is the pinnacle shopping district in all of Tokyo. Load up on anything and everything you ever wanted. From clothes to toys, gadgets to stationery, food to household items and so much more.

In the evening, return back to the hotel. Overnight in Tokyo.

 
Included Meals: Breakfast

Enjoy your delicious breakfast buffet this morning. Next, come along with us for a full day optional excursion to Kamakura, Mt. Fuji & Hakone OR the day is free for leisure activities.

Make you way out of Tokyo to Mt. Fuji; an active volcano based southwest of Tokyo and one of the most recognized symbols of Japan. It’s the tallest and Holy Peak of Japan at 3779M tall. Rise up 2300 meters to Fuji Subaru 5th Station for unadulterated views of the Fuji five lakes region. Hakone; the National Park located west of Tokyo is also a mountainous town known for its hot springs resorts. If you fancy adding a few years to your life, feast on one of the freshly boiled black eggs. It a regular egg that gets its color from being boiled in their natural springs that contain sulfur and iron, which is believed to boost your lifespan. Devour a delicious lunch before indulging in a relaxing cruise on Lake Ashi and then a spectacular aerial lift on Hakone Ropeway to Owakudani Valley. Enjoy the immeasurable scenic backdrop of Mt Fuji, clear waters of lake Ashi and the fumes off the Owakudani on a 30mins ride.

After a memorable day, evening return to Tokyo. Overnight in Tokyo.

Included Meals: Breakfast

Wake up to a ready breakfast buffet. Checkout and depart to the airport for your return flight.

 

 

*Please note standard check-in time is 3PM and check-out is 12PM

 

 


Departure date

Departure date
Status
Adult
06 Apr 2018
Available
AED10499
ADULTAED10499
SINGLEAED11999
CHILD(6-11yrs)AED9299
CHILD(2-5yrs)AED8299
INFANTAED1800

Inclusions

Return Economy Class Flight
4* Hotel Stay
All Taxes
 
6 Breakfasts 
3 Dinners
Airport Transfers
Sightseeing
 

Optional Tours

Full Day Mt. Fuji & Hakone + Lunch
Adult: AED699 Child(6-11yrs): AED599 Child(2-5yrs): AED599


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Travel Essentials

Comfortable shoes for sightseeing that are easy to slip on and off
Sweater or Jacket
Camera with extra set of batteries & memory card
Power bank
Essential medical kit
Sunscreen
Rent out a pocket wifi – free wifi is difficult to find
Currency in Japan – Japanese Yen (JPY)
Knowledge of basic Japanese culture and gestures

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