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6 night Japan Explorer - Tokyo to Kyoto - Unforgettable trip

6 night Japan Explorer - Tokyo to Kyoto - Unforgettable trip

Tokyo, Japan

From: R 33,590.00
Inc Tax
  • Prices

    JNB: R 33,590.00
  • Trip Reference

  • Flights

    Flights Included
  • Duration

    6 nights
  • Valid From

    27th of May 2018 (Sunday)
  • Valid To

    30th of September 2018 (Sunday)
  • Need Visa's

    South Africa: Yes
    British: No
    European Union: No
    American: No
Quick Holiday Overview

Japan on your bucket list? Experience Japan's classic Golden Route, showcasing the very best that Japan has to offer.Book by 31 December!

The pulsating city of Tokyo will excite you with its bustling streets and neon lights, Mt Fuji's natural beauty will amaze you and Kyoto's beautiful gardens, Buddhist temples and imperial palaces will inspire you and leave you wanting more.

About the Holiday

Day 1 – TOKYO
On arrival at Narita Airport, you will be met in the arrival hall by your driver who will assist you with the included shared transfer to your hotel (60 – 90 minutes).
The remainder of the day is at your leisure

Day 2 – TOKYO
Enjoy a panoramic view of the city from Tokyo Tower before participating in a traditional Japanese tea ceremony. Then, take a stroll along the moat surrounding the Imperial Palace Plaza and breathe in the noble ambience.
Board a boat for a 40-minute cruise up the Sumida River to Asakusa. There, you can browse the many colorful stores lining the Nakamise walkway leading up to Sensoji Temple – Tokyo’s oldest and most famous Buddhist temple – before passing through Ginza, Japan’s world-renowned shopping and entertainment district

A full-day shared motorcoach tour. Leaving from Tokyo, it includes a stop at the Fuji Visitor Center, a trip up to Mt. Fuji’s 5th station at an elevation of 2,300 meters, a cruise on the pristine Lake Ashi, and a ride on the Komagatake Ropeway which boasts great views of the surrounding Hakone National Park.

Day 4 – KYOTO
Today you will ride Japan’s world famous Shinkansen bullet train to Kyoto. Capable of speeds of up to 185mph (360km/h), the Shinkansen takes 2 hours to reach Kyoto.
Your afternoon is free.

Day 5 – KYOTO
Experience Kyoto, Japan’s capital from 794-1868. Visit Nijo Castle, the residence of the Tokugawa era shoguns, and the gold-leaf covered Golden Pavilion, housing sacred relics of Buddha and surrounded by exquisite gardens renowned for their beauty. Walk through the Kyoto Imperial Palace and watch traditional Japanese artisans work their craft at the Kyoto Handicraft Center. Visit Heian Jingu Shrine – a partial replica of the Imperial Palace. Walk through Sanjusangendo Temple, Japan’s longest wooden structure, famous for its 1,001 human-sized Kannon statues, and browse through the specialty shops leading up to Kiyomizudera Temple for a sweeping view of the city.

Day 6 – KYOTO
Your day is free to explore Kyoto on your own.

Day 7 – KYOTO
Your day is free until your shared transfer to Kansai Airport (60 minutes)

Includes & Excludes
  • Return flights from Johannesburg based on availability on the lowest category airfare
  • All airport taxes
  • Return flights from Johannesburg
  • Airport taxes
  • 6 night tour from Tokyo to Kyoto in 3* accommodation
  • Meals as per itinerary
  • Tours as per itinerary

27 May – 30 June and 26 Aug – 30 Sept 2018

  • Visa cost
  • Meals and beverages not itemised
  • Travel insurance
  • Tips and porters at the hotels
Package Conditions:

Package is based on selected departures 27 May – 30 June and 26 Aug – 30 Sept 2018
The above package is subject to availability at time of reservation. Price is per person sharing. Prices are subject to change in accordance with currency fluctuations. When making a booking enquiry it is important that you are in possession of the correct documentation to travel i.e. visas, inoculation certificates etc. Please check that all names and surnames are spelt exactly as they appear in the relevant passports.

Tokyo, officially Tokyo Metropolis is one of the 47prefectures of Japan and is located on the eastern side of the main island Honshū.

Tokyo was originally known as Edo. It was small fishing village, which later on became the home to the Japanese Imperial dynasty. It is the largest city of the country and also one of the main administrative regions of Japan. The Tokyo metropolis consists of three main parts, which include 23 special wards, the Tama Area and the islands. Located in the center of the Japanese archipelago, the city is bordered by the Edogawa River, Tamagawa River, Chiba Prefecture, Yamanashi Prefecture, Kanagawa Prefecture and the Saitama Prefecture.

Tokyo lies in the humid subtropical climate zone with hot humid summers and generally mild winters with cool spells.

From the hectic multi-road crossing at Shinjuku (made famous in Lost in Translation) to the peaceful tree filled gardens at the Meiji Shrine, the city’s key sights are varied and mesmerizing.

The wide tree-lined streets of Ginza are synonymous with the Japanese’s favorite hobby; sheer, unadulterated shopping. Despite being destroyed in the 1923 earthquake, the area soon sprung back with designer shops, famous department stores and tiny exclusive boutiques to inspire even the most ‘yen conscious’ of visitors.

Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden was originally created for the royal family, these are perhaps the most beautiful gardens in Tokyo. The layout is meticulous and breathtaking, with both Japanese and French garden design, an imperial villa and a tropical greenhouse to explore.

To the surprise of many visitors, dining out in Tokyo doesn’t cost the earth. With en estimated 60,000 eateries there is something for every tastebud and budget, from the gastronomic delights of Gordon Ramsay’s or Nobu Matsuhisa’s restaurants to fresh and delicious sushi, served from a stall at the city’s famous fish market.

With tiny Japanese apartments still very much the norm, most Tokyo locals socialise out of the house. This has contributed to the vast array of restaurants, bars, clubs and coffee houses for visitors to discover. From the small and smoky Japanese nomiya bars to the wallet-busting cocktails at the Park Hilton, even long-term visitors can’t run out of new watering holes. If all the live music inspires you, you might want to start making some of your own. Karaoke is still big business in Tokyo, but forget the drunken man serenading a bar full of strangers. In Tokyo the singing is done in small private rooms, with plush seating and excellent sound systems.
Terms and Conditions

Prices are based on per person sharing.
Due to the volatility in the South African currency and the price of fuel affecting the price of air tickets we cannot ensure the accuracy of the price 16 November 2017.

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