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A two-week-long tour is visiting some of the most historically and culturally significant Cities that Japan has to offer.
In Tokyo stroll through Asakusa and the Buddhist Temple of Sensoji, the fashion Mecca of Harajuku, the world's largest fish Market at Tsukiji or the lively atmosphere of Shinjuku and be captivated by Japan's most famous City.
Travel by train to Hakone famous for its hot springs and the view of nearby Mount Fuji. Explore the mountain town of Takayama traditional home of merchants and sake brewers who have preserved their traditions for many generations.
Visit Kanazawa a city with many historical attractions such as restored residences and districts, as well as modern museums. Kanazawa's main highlight is the beautiful Kenroukuen Garden. Continue to Hiroshima most well known for its destruction when the first Atomic Bomb was dropped over the City during the Second World War in August 1945. Take a trip to nearby Miyajima an Island considered being one of Japan's most scenic spots.
Kyoto is a must-see destination in Japan. A City that takes you back in time to Japan's mysterious past, a place that offers a plethora of Temples, Shrines and other historically priceless structures that will survive today.
End your Japan journey with a train trip to Nara accompanied with a local Guide; Nara was the capital of Japan during the 8th Century, and you can still admire many of the Temples and Shrines from that time.
Best of Japan Tour Map
A two-week-long tour is visiting some of the most historically and culturally significant Cities that Japan has to offer.
In Tokyo stroll through Asakusa and the Buddhist Temple of Sensoji, the fashion Mecca of Harajuku, the world's largest fish Market at Tsukiji or the lively atmosphere of Shinjuku and be captivated by Japan's most famous City.
Travel by train to Hakone famous for its hot springs and the view of nearby Mount Fuji. Explore the mountain town of Takayama traditional home of merchants and sake brewers who have preserved their traditions for many generations.
Visit Kanazawa a city with many historical attractions such as restored residences and districts, as well as modern museums. Kanazawa's main highlight is the beautiful Kenroukuen Garden. Continue to Hiroshima most well known for its destruction when the first Atomic Bomb was dropped over the City during the Second World War in August 1945. Take a trip to nearby Miyajima an Island considered being one of Japan's most scenic spots.
Kyoto is a must-see destination in Japan. A City that takes you back in time to Japan's mysterious past, a place that offers a plethora of Temples, Shrines and other historically priceless structures that will survive today.
End your Japan journey with a train trip to Nara accompanied with a local Guide; Nara was the capital of Japan during the 8th Century, and you can still admire many of the Temples and Shrines from that time.
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