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Japan Sakura Tour 6 days

Tour Date : *Mar.26 - Mar.31, 2019 Osaka to Tokyo Route BOOK NOW !

Tour Date : *Mar.30 - Apr.04, 2019 Tokyo to Osaka Route BOOK NOW !

Price : USD 1,820 USD 1,698* means Guaranteed departure

Japan Sakura Tour

During spring time all the usual parks and temples look extra beautiful with cherry blossoms, or sakura, in the background.
We visit the popular sightseeing spot including Tokyo, Mount Fuji, Kyoto, Nara, Osaka compactly in 6 days.
Please enjoy cherry blossoms that Japanese poeple love.

Itinerary for Osaka to Tokyo Route

Tour date : Mar.26 - Mar.31, 2019
DAY 1
KANSAI INT'L AIRPORT-OSAKAMar.26 (Tue)

Welcome to Tokyo ! You will be greeted by an English-speaking assistant at the airport.
Transfer to your hotel with shuttle bus for check in. Dinner under own pax payment.

You can also extend your vacation before / after the tour in Tokyo, Osaka. Please contact us!

Accommodation Sheraton Miyako Hotel Osaka (Free Wi-Fi) or similar
The hotel is located on the Uemachi plateau, a cradle of the history and culture of Osaka and is directly connected to Kintetsu Osaka-Uehonmachi station, which is a key point of transportation.
Approx 50 minutes from the entrance of the hotel's 1st floor to Kansai international airport by airport limousine bus, and 30 minutes from Kintetsu bus center directly connected to the second floor of the hotel to Osaka (ITAMI) domestic airport. Also Directly connected to the station, this hotel is very convenient for both buisiness and sightseeing.
Meals Breakfast: ―     Lunch: ―     Dinner: ― ✓ : include / ― : NOT include
DAY 2
OSAKA-KYOTO-OSAKAMar.27(Wed)

We start the day to proceed to Kyoto about 1 hour by bus. In December 1994, it was registered as a World Heritage Site as part of the "Historic Monuments of Ancient Kyoto".

In Kyoto we visit Kiyomizu temple which is known as there is not a single nail used in the entire structure. From the stage jutting over the cliff, tourists have an excellent view of the eastern mountains and the city of Kyoto. It is said that some people dared jump from the stage in the past, probably wishing to the goddess of mercy that their dreams come true. I hope the goddess could save them, otherwise they must have been injured badly because of this height. The name of the temple "Kiyomizu" means clear water. Here comes down the clear water in three strings, and each of them has divine grace: the left is mercy, the middle is wealth and the right is wisdom.

*We just want to send out an announcement regarding the Kiyomizu-dera which you will be visiting while you are in Kyoto. The temple is scheduled to go under renovation for it's roof starting in 2016. The renovations itself require to cover the temple, of which work has already begun. The renovations are scheduled to be completed in March 2020. Please be aware that when visiting the temple, it will take some time to get there as demand to see the temple before it is covered will be extremely high. We ask that you understand that the temple will already be partially covered, therefore it may not look like what you expected.

Then we would like to offer you an opportunity to tea ceremony experience. In Japan, there is a traditional tea ceremony called sado. In sado, the master of the ceremony invites guests and serves Japanese traditional tea called matcha.

Then we visit at Kinkaku-ji temple which is known as the Golden pavilion. It is the quintessential sightseeing place in Kyoto. It has been designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1994. The main-hall, covered in brilliant gold leaf, shining above its reflecting pond is truly spectacular.

In the evening we return to Osaka. Osaka is an unabashed antidote to the fashion-forward frenzy of Tokyo and the prim propriety of Kyoto. This longtime capital of commerce is filled with down-to-earth citizens speaking colourful Kansai dialect and neon-clad streetscapes bursting worth over-the-top 3D signage.
Our dinner is Kushikatsu tonight which is one of popular local food, deep-fried skewered meat and vegetables. It has a unique rule of how to eat. Eat the deep-fried skewers by dipping them in the sauce. Dip the skewers in the sauce just one time before eating. Do not dip food in the sauce a second time... Enjoy your meal with japanese style!

The last visit of today is Dotombori. Let's take short walk through Dotombori street to see local food and people's night life.

Accommodation Sheraton Miyako Hotel Osaka (Free Wi-Fi) or similar
The hotel is located on the Uemachi plateau, a cradle of the history and culture of Osaka and is directly connected to Kintetsu Osaka-Uehonmachi station, which is a key point of transportation.
Approx 50 minutes from the entrance of the hotel's 1st floor to Kansai international airport by airport limousine bus, and 30 minutes from Kintetsu bus center directly connected to the second floor of the hotel to Osaka (ITAMI) domestic airport. Also Directly connected to the station, this hotel is very convenient for both buisiness and sightseeing.
Meals Breakfast: ✓     Lunch: ✓     Dinner: ✓ ✓ : include / ― : NOT include
DAY 3
OSAKA-NARA-KYOTO-TOKYOMar.28 (Thu)

After leaving Osaka, we head to Nara. First we visit Todaiji temple was founded when Nara became the nation's capital about 1,300 years ago, in the hope that it would bring peace to Japan. When Emperor Shomu ordered construction of both the temple and Great Buddha back in the mid-700s, he intended to make Todaiji the headquarters of all Buddhist temples in the land.

Just outside the temple is the Nara Deer Park, where the legend story of the Shinto religion says that deer is the passenger of the deity. As hey are protected carefully here, they are one of the symbols of Nara and present a pleasant scene of serenity.

If you are interested in cuisine, you would love to visit the sake brewery! Sake, our national liquor, is brewed from rice grains. Not only drinking but also it can get rid of seafood's fishy smells and it can also be used to add fragrance to the food. The guide gives you a little tour inside the brewery followed by tasting.
*Sake tasting is NOT available for visitors who will be driving or riding a vehicle, minors(Under 20 years old) and pregnant or nursing women.

We can’t miss Fushimi Inari shrine, which is famous for its thousands of Torii gates, generally separating the sacred realm from the real world. All of the Torii here are donations from the general public. Most of the Torii gates are built closely together off and on up to the top of the mountain just like a vemillion tunnel.

Then we head to Kyoto station to get bullet train to Tokyo.

Accommodation Shinagawa Prince Hotel (Free Wi-Fi) or similar
Shinagawa is the south entrance to Tokyo. The Shinagawa Prince Hotel, which is in front of Shinagawa Station, has good access to Narita Airport, Haneda Airport, Tokyo Big Site, and the Tokyo Forum, as well as movie theaters, bowling, The Aqua Park Shinagawa, tennis, golf, swimming pools and other entertainment facilities.
Meals Breakfast: ✓     Lunch: ✓     Dinner: ― ✓ : include / ― : NOT include
DAY 4
TOKYOMar.29 (Fri)

Today, Cosplay girl get on the bus with you and spice up the sightseeing!!

We head out to the Imperial palace which is the primary residence of the Emperor of Japan. It is a large park-like area located center of Tokyo and contains buildings including the main palace, the private residences of the Imperial Family, an archive, museums and administrative offices. It is built on the site of the old Edo Castle and the beautiful cherry flowers in spring.

We go to Sakura Festival in Ueno park. You may watch cherry blossoms in full bloom. Ueno park is one of the popular cherry blossoms viewing spot in Tokyo. Cherry blossoms only bloom for a short time, usually for only a week or two. So cherry blossoms remind japanese people that life is short and beautiful.

Then we proceed to Asakusa Sensoji Temple, the Five Storied Pagoda and the traditional Nakamise shopping arcade which is one of the oldest shopping centers in Japan. Since Shogun Tokugawa (Ieyasu) established Edo Shogunate, the population in Edo (old capital city, now Tokyo) grew as well as visitors to Sensoji Temple. In 1688 - 1735, those neighbors who performed receiving and serving visitors in Sensoji Temple were given special right to open their shops in the approach to the temple. This was said to be the beginning of Nakamise.

Then we head to Shibuya Area. Takeshita street is located in Harajuku and it is famous teen-fashion bazaar, where trendy duds sit alongside the trappings of various fashion subcultures.

The last place today, Shibuya crossing. If youcome out from Shibuya station, you will find spectacle of giant video screens and neon streets radiating out like a starburst and an omnipresent flow of people. Shibuya crossing is like a giant beating heart, sending people in all directionssith every pulsing light change. At peak time over 1000 people cross at a time.

We return hotel.

Accommodation Shinagawa Prince Hotel (Free Wi-Fi) or similar
Shinagawa is the south entrance to Tokyo. The Shinagawa Prince Hotel, which is in front of Shinagawa Station, has good access to Narita Airport, Haneda Airport, Tokyo Big Site, and the Tokyo Forum, as well as movie theaters, bowling, The Aqua Park Shinagawa, tennis, golf, swimming pools and other entertainment facilities.
Meals Breakfast: ✓     Lunch: ✓     Dinner: ― ✓ : include / ― : NOT include
DAY 5
TOKYO-Mt.FUJI-HAKONE-TOKYOMar.30 (Sat)

One day excursion to Mt.Fuji which is the highest (3,776m/12,388ft) and most beautiful mountain in Japan. With perfect conical shape, Mt.Fuji is considered to be the symbol of Japanese beauty and is often drawn in many art pieces such as Hokusai Katsushika.

We visit at Narusawa ice cave, which is very unique natural cave. It is located at the foot of Mt. Fuj. The temperatures in cave is stable around 0-3 degrees of centigrade through the year and natural ice is not melted even in hottest summer season!

We continue to drive the foot of Mt.Fuji. Stop at the edge of the Lake Kawaguchi for photo. Lake Kawagushi is one of the Fuji five lakes and is known as the best spots for viewing of the majestic Mt.Fuji. If the weather permitting, we enjoy the magnificent Mt.Fuji and the lake.

Our lunch today is Houtouwhich is one of the most famous and traditional dishes in Yamanashi. Houtou is originaly the name of the thick and flat noodle made from wheat. It is cooked in miso: soy bean paste, based soup with lots of vegetables in season, such as pumpkins, carrots. radishes and mushrooms. It is good to eat especially in cold season because the hot noodles make our body warm.

Our journey will continue to Hakone, which is one of Japan's most popular tourist destinations with easy access from Tokyo attracting tourists seeking a break from the hustle and bustle of city life. Surrounding plenty of nature around, taking a cruise on Lake Ashi, volcanic lake, and also taking a ropeway make your journey more memorable.

We return to Tokyo.

Accommodation Shinagawa Prince Hotel (Free Wi-Fi) or similar
Shinagawa is the south entrance to Tokyo. The Shinagawa Prince Hotel, which is in front of Shinagawa Station, has good access to Narita Airport, Haneda Airport, Tokyo Big Site, and the Tokyo Forum, as well as movie theaters, bowling, The Aqua Park Shinagawa, tennis, golf, swimming pools and other entertainment facilities.
Meals Breakfast: ✓     Lunch: ✓     Dinner: ― ✓ : include / ― : NOT include
DAY 6
TOKYO-NARITA/HANEDA INT'L AIRPORTMar.31 (Sun)

Time to get back home with unforgettable memory and lots of souvenir. Return by air.
SAYONARA (Good Bye) and please have a safe trip!

Meals Breakfast: ✓     Lunch: ―     Dinner: ― ✓ : include / ― : NOT include

Itinerary for Tokyo to Osaka Route

Tour date : Mar.30 - Apr04, 2019
DAY 1
NARITA/HANEDA INT'L AIRPORT-TOKYOMar.30 (Sat)

Welcome to JAPAN! You will be greeted by an English-speaking assistant at the airport.
Transfer to your hotel with shuttle bus for check in. Dinner under own pax payment.

You can also extend your vacation before / after the tour in Tokyo, Osaka. Please contact us!

Accommodation Shinagawa Prince Hotel (Free Wi-Fi) or similar
Shinagawa is the south entrance to Tokyo. The Shinagawa Prince Hotel, which is in front of Shinagawa Station, has good access to Narita Airport, Haneda Airport, Tokyo Big Site, and the Tokyo Forum, as well as movie theaters, bowling, The Aqua Park Shinagawa, tennis, golf, swimming pools and other entertainment facilities.
Meals Breakfast: ―     Lunch: ―     Dinner: ― ✓ : include / ― : NOT include
DAY 2
TOKYOMar.31 (Sun)

Today, Cosplay girl get on the bus with you and spice up the sightseeing!!

We head out to the Imperial palace which is the primary residence of the Emperor of Japan. It is a large park-like area located center of Tokyo and contains buildings including the main palace, the private residences of the Imperial Family, an archive, museums and administrative offices. It is built on the site of the old Edo Castle and the beautiful cherry flowers in spring.

We go to Sakura Festival in Ueno park. You may watch cherry blossoms in full bloom. Ueno park is one of the popular cherry blossoms viewing spot in Tokyo. Cherry blossoms only bloom for a short time, usually for only a week or two. So cherry blossoms remind japanese people that life is short and beautiful.

Then we proceed to Asakusa Sensoji Temple, the Five Storied Pagoda and the traditional Nakamise shopping arcade which is one of the oldest shopping centers in Japan. Since Shogun Tokugawa (Ieyasu) established Edo Shogunate, the population in Edo (old capital city, now Tokyo) grew as well as visitors to Sensoji Temple. In 1688 - 1735, those neighbors who performed receiving and serving visitors in Sensoji Temple were given special right to open their shops in the approach to the temple. This was said to be the beginning of Nakamise.

Then we head to Shibuya Area. Takeshita street is located in Harajuku and it is famous teen-fashion bazaar, where trendy duds sit alongside the trappings of various fashion subcultures.

The last place today, Shibuya crossing. If youcome out from Shibuya station, you will find spectacle of giant video screens and neon streets radiating out like a starburst and an omnipresent flow of people. Shibuya crossing is like a giant beating heart, sending people in all directionssith every pulsing light change. At peak time over 1000 people cross at a time.

We return hotel.

Accommodation Shinagawa Prince Hotel (Free Wi-Fi) or similar
Shinagawa is the south entrance to Tokyo. The Shinagawa Prince Hotel, which is in front of Shinagawa Station, has good access to Narita Airport, Haneda Airport, Tokyo Big Site, and the Tokyo Forum, as well as movie theaters, bowling, The Aqua Park Shinagawa, tennis, golf, swimming pools and other entertainment facilities.
Meals Breakfast: ✓     Lunch: ✓     Dinner: ― ✓ : include / ― : NOT include
DAY 3
TOKYO-Mt.FUJI-HAKONE-TOKYOApr.01 (Mon)

One day excursion to Mt.Fuji which is the highest (3,776m/12,388ft) and most beautiful mountain in Japan. With perfect conical shape, Mt.Fuji is considered to be the symbol of Japanese beauty and is often drawn in many art pieces such as Hokusai Katsushika.

We visit at Narusawa ice cave, which is very unique natural cave. It is located at the foot of Mt. Fuj. The temperatures in cave is stable around 0-3 degrees of centigrade through the year and natural ice is not melted even in hottest summer season!

We continue to drive the foot of Mt.Fuji. Stop at the edge of the Lake Kawaguchi for photo. Lake Kawagushi is one of the Fuji five lakes and is known as the best spots for viewing of the majestic Mt.Fuji. If the weather permitting, we enjoy the magnificent Mt.Fuji and the lake.

Our lunch today is Houtouwhich is one of the most famous and traditional dishes in Yamanashi. Houtou is originaly the name of the thick and flat noodle made from wheat. It is cooked in miso: soy bean paste, based soup with lots of vegetables in season, such as pumpkins, carrots. radishes and mushrooms. It is good to eat especially in cold season because the hot noodles make our body warm.

Our journey will continue to Hakone, which is one of Japan's most popular tourist destinations with easy access from Tokyo attracting tourists seeking a break from the hustle and bustle of city life. Surrounding plenty of nature around, taking a cruise on Lake Ashi, volcanic lake, and also taking a ropeway make your journey more memorable.

We return to Tokyo.

Accommodation Shinagawa Prince Hotel (Free Wi-Fi) or similar
Shinagawa is the south entrance to Tokyo. The Shinagawa Prince Hotel, which is in front of Shinagawa Station, has good access to Narita Airport, Haneda Airport, Tokyo Big Site, and the Tokyo Forum, as well as movie theaters, bowling, The Aqua Park Shinagawa, tennis, golf, swimming pools and other entertainment facilities.
Meals Breakfast: ✓     Lunch: ✓     Dinner: ✓ ✓ : include / ― : NOT include
DAY 4
TOKYO-KYOTO-NARA-OSAKAApr.02 (Tue)

We start the day to get on Bullet train to Kyoto. The maximum speed of this bullet train is 320km/h. Bullet trains are not only fast, but also safe and usually on time.

We start sightseeing after arrival in Kyoto. Kyoto is the heart of Japan and a city with over a millennium of history. During WWII, because of its historical value, the city was not attacked by the US Airforce. Countless temples, shrines and other historical structures survive in the city today. In December 1994, it was registered as a World Heritage Site as part of the "Historic Monuments of Ancient Kyoto".

We can’t miss Fushimi Inari shrine, which is famous for its thousands of Torii gates, generally separating the sacred realm from the real world. All of the Torii here are donations from the general public. Most of the Torii gates are built closely together off and on up to the top of the mountain just like a vemillion tunnel.

If you are interested in cuisine, you would love to visit the sake brewery! Sake, our national liquor, is brewed from rice grains. Not only drinking but also it can get rid of seafood's fishy smells and it can also be used to add fragrance to the food. The guide gives you a little tour inside the brewery followed by tasting.
*Sake tasting is NOT available for visitors who will be driving or riding a vehicle, minors(Under 20 years old) and pregnant or nursing women.

We visit Todaiji temple was founded when Nara became the nation's capital about 1,300 years ago, in the hope that it would bring peace to Japan. When Emperor Shomu ordered construction of both the temple and Great Buddha back in the mid-700s, he intended to make Todaiji the headquarters of all Buddhist temples in the land.

Just outside the temple is the Nara Deer Park, where the legend story of the Shinto religion says that deer is the passenger of the deity. As hey are protected carefully here, they are one of the symbols of Nara and present a pleasant scene of serenity.

We proceed to Osaka.

Accommodation Sheraton Miyako Hotel Osaka (Free Wi-Fi) or similar
The hotel is located on the Uemachi plateau, a cradle of the history and culture of Osaka and is directly connected to Kintetsu Osaka-Uehonmachi station, which is a key point of transportation.
Approx 50 minutes from the entrance of the hotel's 1st floor to Kansai international airport by airport limousine bus, and 30 minutes from Kintetsu bus center directly connected to the second floor of the hotel to Osaka (ITAMI) domestic airport. Also Directly connected to the station, this hotel is very convenient for both buisiness and sightseeing.
Meals Breakfast: ✓     Lunch: ✓     Dinner: ✓ ✓ : include / ― : NOT include
DAY 5
OSAKA-KYOTO-OSAKAApr.03 (Wed)

We head to Kyoto in the morning. In Kyoto we visit Kiyomizu temple which is known as there is not a single nail used in the entire structure. From the stage jutting over the cliff, tourists have an excellent view of the eastern mountains and the city of Kyoto. It is said that some people dared jump from the stage in the past, probably wishing to the goddess of mercy that their dreams come true. I hope the goddess could save them, otherwise they must have been injured badly because of this height. The name of the temple "Kiyomizu" means clear water. Here comes down the clear water in three strings, and each of them has divine grace: the left is mercy, the middle is wealth and the right is wisdom.

*We just want to send out an announcement regarding the Kiyomizu-dera which you will be visiting while you are in Kyoto. The temple is scheduled to go under renovation for it's roof starting in 2016. The renovations itself require to cover the temple, of which work has already begun. The renovations are scheduled to be completed in March 2020. Please be aware that when visiting the temple, it will take some time to get there as demand to see the temple before it is covered will be extremely high. We ask that you understand that the temple will already be partially covered, therefore it may not look like what you expected.

Then we would like to offer you an opportunity to tea ceremony experience. In Japan, there is a traditional tea ceremony called sado. In sado, the master of the ceremony invites guests and serves Japanese traditional tea called matcha.

Then we visit at Kinkaku-ji temple which is known as the Golden pavilion. It is the quintessential sightseeing place in Kyoto. It has been designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1994. The main-hall, covered in brilliant gold leaf, shining above its reflecting pond is truly spectacular.

In the evening we return to Osaka. Osaka is an unabashed antidote to the fashion-forward frenzy of Tokyo and the prim propriety of Kyoto. This longtime capital of commerce is filled with down-to-earth citizens speaking colourful Kansai dialect and neon-clad streetscapes bursting worth over-the-top 3D signage.
Our dinner is Kushikatsu tonight which is one of popular local food, deep-fried skewered meat and vegetables. It has a unique rule of how to eat. Eat the deep-fried skewers by dipping them in the sauce. Dip the skewers in the sauce just one time before eating. Do not dip food in the sauce a second time... Enjoy your meal with japanese style!

The last visit of today is Dotombori. Let's take short walk through Dotombori street to see local food and people's night life.

Accommodation Sheraton Miyako Hotel Osaka (Free Wi-Fi) or similar
The hotel is located on the Uemachi plateau, a cradle of the history and culture of Osaka and is directly connected to Kintetsu Osaka-Uehonmachi station, which is a key point of transportation.
Approx 50 minutes from the entrance of the hotel's 1st floor to Kansai international airport by airport limousine bus, and 30 minutes from Kintetsu bus center directly connected to the second floor of the hotel to Osaka (ITAMI) domestic airport. Also Directly connected to the station, this hotel is very convenient for both buisiness and sightseeing.
Meals Breakfast: ✓     Lunch: ✓     Dinner: ― ✓ : include / ― : NOT include
DAY 6
OSAKA-KANSAI AIRPORTApr.04 (Thu)

Time to get back home with unforgettable memory and lots of souvenir. Return by air.
SAYONARA (Good Bye) and please have a safe trip!

Meals Breakfast: ✓     Lunch: ―     Dinner: ― ✓ : include / ― : NOT include

Information

Start Date(Day 1 of the Itinerary) Mar.26, 2019 / Mar.30, 2019
Nights 6 days 5 nights
Price USD 1,820 USD 1,698
Single room supplement USD 480
*Age 4-11 USD 910
**Without accommodation plan USD 1,200

*Child Rate(age 4-11)

Please note that children age 4-11 participant are half price when sharing a bed with their parents or guardians.
Children age 3 and under participant are free of charge.

**Without accommodation plan

Above price does not include accommodation, so please book your hotel by each person.
Meeting and dismissing place is at a original hotel that we are using by the tour.
It does not include the cost of transportation to Meeting and dismissing place.
The condition except above is the same as original tour.

PLEASE NOTE

All prices are per person, based on double or triple occupancy.
International flights are not included on our tours - this allows you the flexibility to choose your own departure and get the best value for your money!

TOUR COST INCLUDES

  • 6 nights Western style and 1 nights Japanese style accommodation
  • Meet and greet upon arrival at Narita Airport
  • Airport transfers on arrival and departure
  • Private coach transfers between destinations in Japan
  • Comprehensive escorted with TC tour professional English speaking tour guide
  • Meals described as in the itinerary
  • Entry fees to sites, gardens, and museums listed in the itinerary

TOUR COST DOES NOT INCLUDE

  • International Airfares
  • Meals that are not included in the itinerary
  • Travel Insurance
  • Alcoholic beverages and soft drinks
  • Personal expenses such as telephone and laundry bills
  • Gratuities

ADDITION INFORMATION

Transport Travel by air conditioned, private coach, baggage handling free
Arrival/Departure Airports This tour starts in Tokyo and ends in Osaka. For arrivals at Narita Airport (NRT)and departures at Kansai Airport (KIX)
Meal Requests Vegetarian or special meals can be arranged
Meet and Greet Please note that the meet and greet and airport transfer to the first hotel is ONLY available on the first day of the tour after 15 PM.
If you plan to stay extra nights before the start of the tour, please arrange your own hotel transfer

Tour schedule and prices subject to change without notice

PLEASE NOTE

*Tour schedule and prices subject to change without notice.

*The schedule of flowering of cherry blossoms is based on avarage announced by local tourist associations. However, flowering date may be delay or faster due to weather condition.

Highlights

Tokyo

Tokyo Sky Tree Sensoji temple Tokyo Sky Tree
Sensoji templeSensoji temple
Lake AshiLake KawaguchiIce cave

Mt. Fuji Area / Hakone

  • Narusawa Ice cave
  • Lake Kawaguchi
  • Lake Ashi
  • Houtou
Houtou
ShirakawagoTakayamaGion

Kyoto

SakeBullet trainTea ceremony
Nara deer parkTodaiji temple

Nara

Nara deer parkKushikatsu

Osaka

  • Kushikatsu
  • Dotonbori (Neons & Food district)

Customer Reviews

Japan is one of the most beautiful places I have been.
The best place : Kiyomizu temple
All of my experiences here in Japan have been my best experience.
The guides on Japan Dream Tour are amazing.
Japan is one of the most beautiful places I have been.
By Anthony Herbert- 2016 spring -

This was my first international trip and I had the best time!
The best place : Nara deer park and Great Buddha
The best experience : the view from the summit of Mount Komgatake.
Hotels : All of the amenities were nice. The staff were extremely kind and helpful. No complains at all.
I enjoyed the Japanese cuisine for the very fast time. This was my first international trip and I had the best time! The accommodations were wonderful and guides were great.
By Patricia Leoussls- 2016 spring -

I was so impressed with kimono lady.Very beautiful!!
The best places : Tokyo
The best experience :Tokyo skytree, kimono lady was very impressed.
A variety of Japanese foods were presented to eat.
Our guide was so helpful and very nice. She helped to make the trip a happy experience.
I was extremely impressed with her. I was so impressed with kimono lady.Very beautiful!!
By Christine Kawai- 2016 spring -

I would recommend this tour to any family.
The best places : Golden pavillion, Kyoto
The best experience: Seeing my daughter feed the deer in Nara park.
There was a mix of high culture like shrines and museums , but also pop culture like Akihabara and Harajuku.
I would recommend this tour to any family. My daughter is very sad because it is ending .
By Alan Fauvel - 2016 spring -

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