Day 1 Delhi – Tokyo, Japan
Today fly from Delhi to one of the most captivating cities in the world, Tokyo. Upon arrival, you will be met and transferred to your hotel accommodation check-in to your room. Then proceeds for half day Tokyo Tour where you will visit Ueno Park (It is one of Japan's five oldest public parks. It's best known for Ueno Zoo, many museums, and spectacular cherry blossoms in the spring. The Park opened to the public in 1873 and its official name is Ueno Onshi-Koen, meaning "the Ueno Imperial Gift Park."), Photoshop at Tokyo Station (It's not an exaggeration to say that every traveler probably passes through Tokyo Station at some point. It boasts the accolade of being Japan's busiest station by number of trains, and connects the entire length of the country through its bullet train network, with regular departures for major destinations like Kyoto.) & Shibuya Crossing (This is the world's busiest pedestrian crossing, with as many as 3,000 people crossing at a time. Tokyo-based architecture professor Shane Flynn has said Shibuya Crossing is "a great example of what Tokyo does best when it's not trying.") then transfer to restaurant for dinner & later drop to hotel.
Overnight at Tokyo
DAY 02: -Tokyo – Tokyo City Tour
After breakfast at hotel, meet your guide at hotel & proceed for the Tokyo city tour. Visit: -Imperial palace (The grounds of the Tokyo Imperial Palace have a rich history dating back centuries. Once located here, the Edo Castle served as the official residence of the Tokugawa shoguns from the early 17th century until the shogunate was abolished in 1868.) Asakusa Kannon temple (Asakusa Shrine) is a Shinto shrine located in the Asakusa district of Tokyo, Japan. Also known as Sanja-sama (Shrine of the Three gods), it is one of the most famous Shinto shrines in the city. The shrine honors the three men who founded the Sens?-ji.), National Diet Building (drive by) (The National Diet is the national legislature of Japan. It is composed of a lower house, called the House of Representatives, and an upper house, the House of Councillors. Both houses are directly elected under a parallel voting system. In addition to passing laws, the Diet is formally responsible for nominating the Prime Minister. The Diet was first established as the Imperial Diet in 1890 under the Meiji Constitution, and took its current form in 1947 upon the adoption of the post-war constitution. Both houses meet in the National Diet Building). Enjoy 1 hrs. Samurai Show at Tokyo. Sumida River cruise(During the Edo period (seventeenth through mid-nineteenth centuries), the Sumida River was a key artery in the system of water transportation that supported people's lives, and it was also a popular spot for boat rides, fireworks, and other types of recreation, serving as the theme for color prints, songs, and literary). Have lunch, after Lunch visit Tokyo Sky tree (450M) & Team labs Digital Planet. Transfer to Indian restaurant for dinner & drop back to hotel. After dinner drop to your hotel.
Overnight Stay at Hotel in Tokyo.
DAY 03: -Tokyo – Tokyo City Tour
After breakfast at hotel, meet your guide at hotel & proceed for the Tokyo city tour. Visit: -Chidoraga-Fuji Park (The theme park is near the base of Mount Fuji. It has a number of roller coasters, as well as two haunted attractions: the Haunted Hospital, the world's largest haunted attraction, and the Hopeless Fortress) & enjoy free time at Ginza. Have lunch, after Lunch visit Odaiba (Odaiba is famous for the three big shopping malls, Aqua City, Decks and Diver City pull in shoppers from all over Tokyo on the weekends), Rainbow bridge (Rainbow Bridge connects mainland Tokyo with Odaiba, a man-made island in Tokyo Bay. It is lit up by solar-powered lights which are usually pink, white, and green, but turn rainbow colors at special times throughout the year. The bridge has a lower deck with two separate walkways on the north and south sides) & Statue of liberty (It was originally erected in 1998 as a temporary tribute to Japan's relationship with France, but the statue was so popular she was made a permanent feature in 2000). In evening Cherry Blossom Illumination Tour then transfer to Indian restaurant for dinner & drop back to hotel.
Overnight Stay at Hotel in Tokyo.
DAY 04: -Tokyo - Strawberry Plucking and Mt. Fuji & Hakone
After breakfast at hotel, Check-out, meet your Guide at Hotel & proceed for the Strawberry Plucking and Mt. Fuji (Rising to 12,388 feet (3,776 meters), Mount Fuji is the tallest mountain in Japan and is known for its graceful conical form. It is the country's sacred symbol, and temples and shrines are located around and, on the volcano,) & Hakone Tour (Hakone is most famous for hot springs, traditional ryokan, rich nature, museums, and historical sites. Hakone is a mountainous area that lies on the the famous Tokaido Road connecting Tokyo and Kyoto). Visit: Lake Ashi pirate cruise, Hakone rope way, Owakudani Valley. After lunch visit Mt. Fuji 5th station (if weather permits) After Tour ends drop to your hotel in Hakone. Dinner at Local Restaurants.
Overnight Stay at Hotel in Hakone.
DAY 05: -Hakone -Kyoto by Bullet Train
After breakfast at hotel, Check-out & proceed to Mishima Station. Board in Bullet train to Kyoto. Upon arrival Full day Kyoto Tour Visit: Arashiyama Bamboo Groove (Beautiful but often crowded. Located on the outskirts of Kyoto, Arashiyama Bamboo Grove — or Sagano Bamboo Forest, as it's also called — is Japan's most famous bamboo forest. It's believed to be one of the most photographed places in Kyoto, and perhaps one of its most photographically enhanced, too), Kinakakuji temple (inkakuji (Golden Pavilion) is a Zen temple in northern Kyoto who’s top two floors are completely covered in gold leaf. Formally known as Rokuonji, the temple was the retirement villa of the shogun Ashikaga Yoshimitsu, and according to his will it became a Zen temple of the Rinzai sect after his death in 1408), Imperial Palace (The present Kyoto Imperial Palace had been used as the residence of Emperors for 500 years since 1331 until the capital moved to Tokyo in 1869. The palace was repeatedly plagued by fire and was rebuilt each time. Most of the present buildings were rebuilt in 1855). Have lunch. After Lunch Visit: Fushimi inari Shrine
Overnight stay at Hotel in Kyoto.
DAY 06: - Kyoto – Kyoto & Nara Tour
After breakfast at hotel, Check-out & Meet your English-speaking driver & proceed for Kyoto & Nara Tour (In Nara you will find the largest bronze Buddha statue in the world, the oldest temple in Japan, the second tallest pagoda in Japan, and a plethora of cultural properties that are designated official National Treasures by the Agency for Cultural Affairs). Visit: Nijo Castle (Nijo Castle is perhaps the starkest representation of the power the shogun, or warlords, once held over the emperor during the Edo period (1603-1867). It is one of the best-known castles in Japan, due to its historical importance, prominence and the city, and UNESCO World Heritage status) & Philosopher’s path (Named after an actual philosopher, this streamside path inspires a zen state of mind. Appropriately earning its famed name, a contemplative stroll along the Philosopher's Path (known as Tetsugaku no michi) is the best way to spend an hour or two exploring Kyoto on foot). Have lunch Proceed to Nara, Visit:Todaiji Temple (Aside from the Great Buddha, Todaiji Temple is home to numerous national treasures and cultural assets, and so the temple itself was registered as a Historic Monument of Ancient Nara by the UNESCO World Heritage Convention in 1998),Nara deer park (longside Naramachi and Nishinokyo, Nara Park is one of the must-see areas in Nara City. The vast area covers 660 hectares and is renowned for its free-roaming deer and world-famous temples. Feeding the deer is an attraction in itself and special crackers are on sale all around the park) & Kashuga Shrine (Kasuga-taisha Shrine is famous for Japan's largest number of lanterns, with 2,000 stone lanterns and 1,000 hanging lanterns within the shrine premises). Back to Kyoto. Have Dinner. After dinner drop to your hotel in Kyoto.
Overnight stay at hotel in Kyoto.
DAY 07: - Kyoto – Hiroshima – Osaka (Bullet Train)
After breakfast at hotel, Check-out & walk to Kyoto station & board in bullet train to Hiroshima (Hiroshima's other World Cultural Heritage site, the Atomic Bomb Dome, and its surrounding memorial park are monuments to peace. Hiroshima is also famous for savory okonomiyaki pancakes, anago or saltwater eel, and other culinary delights. Hiking, cycling, ocean sports, and skiing are all popular outdoor activities). Arrive Hiroshima and meet your guide. Proceed for Hiroshima & Miyajima tour. Proceed to Miyajima Island (Miyajima is a small island less than an hour outside the city of Hiroshima. It is most famous for its giant torii gate, which at high tide seems to float on the water. The sight is ranked as one of Japan's three best views) by ferry from miyaguchi port & visit Itsukushima shrine (The Itsukushima shrine is one of Japan's most popular tourist attractions. It is most famous for its dramatic gate, or torii on the outskirts of the shrine, the sacred peaks of Mount Misen, extensive forests, and its ocean view), Vermilion tori gates (Vermilion-colored torii gates in their thousands form tunnels on the grounds of Fushimi Inari Taisha Shrine in Kyoto. Fushimi Inari Taisha is the head shrine of all the Inari shrines, dedicated to the god of the harvest, which are said to number more than 30,000). Back to Hiroshima. Lunch. After lunch visit atom bomb dome, Hiroshima peace memorial park & Museum. After tour ends. Board in bullet train to Osaka. Arrive Osaka & meet your guide at Osaka station. Transfer to Indian restaurant for dinner. After dinner drop back to hotel. Check- in & rest.
Overnight stay at hotel in Osaka.
DAY 08: - Osaka – Full Day Universal Tour
After breakfast at hotel, meet English speaking guide at hotel and proceed for full day Universal Studio Tour ((Universal Studios Japan, Yunib?saru Sutajio Japan) is a theme park located in Osaka, Japan. Opened on March 31, 2001, it is one of six Universal Studios theme parks worldwide and was the second to open outside the United States. The Park is owned and operated by USJ LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of NBCUniversal. The park is similar in layout to Universal Studios Florida and contains selected attractions from both Universal Orlando and Universal Studios Hollywood, in addition to a small number of unique attractions. Over 11 million guests visited the park in its opening year, making it the fastest theme park to reach the 10 million guest milestone at the time. In 2022 USJ hosted 12.3 million visitors, making it the third-most visited theme park in the world behind Magic Kingdom and Disneyland, and the most visited theme park in Asia).
Overnight stay at hotel in Osaka.
DAY 09: - Osaka – Full Day Tour
After breakfast at hotel, Check Out and Keep Luggage at Bus to stay at Kansai Airport Hotel meet English speaking guide at hotel and proceed for full day Osaka Tour. Visit Osaka castle (Osaka Castle is also famous to some for its incredibly well-built stone wall, which is impressive in its sheer size, with an estimated 500,000 to 1 million large stones (up to 12kg) having been used in its construction), and Osaka Aquarium (Kaiyukan is one of Japan's most spectacular aquariums, world-renowned for its innovative presentation. Kaiyukan shows the aquatic animals of the Pacific Rim at their most vibrant and dynamic, by recreating the natural environment of their habitats), Sakuronomiya park (The park is popular as a strolling and jogging course. It is also famous as one of the best cherry blossom viewing spots in the city, especially around the area from Tenmabashi Bridge to Sakuranomiya Bridge, where a row of approximately 4,800 cherry trees are in full bloom), Yolo Haunted Show (It has been made based on famous true ghost stories. It provides the most terrifying atmosphere in the confines of a car. As all of the performances are done outside the car, the risk of viral infection can be minimized), Dotonbori (Osaka's hotspot for tourists and revelers alike, Dotonbori is filled with towering neon signs, clubs, bars, and restaurants serving up local specialties. Come here for a stimulating and essential slice of Osaka nightlife.). After Dinner Check in to hotel
Overnight stay at hotel in Osaka.
DAY 10: -Osaka – Departure
Early check out from hotel and drop to Airport for your onwards journey
Tokyo (19-22 Mar;03 Nights)
Hakone (22-23 Mar;01 Night)
Kyoto (23-25 Nov;02 Nights)
Osaka (25-27 Nov; 02 Nights)
Kansai (27-28 Nov; 01 Night)
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