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Este encantador tour a pie te llevará en un inspirador viaje al pasado de Kioto y te permitirá descubrir impresionantes joyas históricas y arquitectónicas. Tu itinerario incluye un tour de los principales templos y santuarios, además de llevarte por el cautivador barrio de las geishas.

Kioto, la antigua capital de Japón, parece haberse detenido en el tiempo desde hace más de mil años y su casco histórico es un auténtico tesoro repleto de hermosos templos, parques y jardines perfectamente arreglados. Empezaremos con una visita al templo de Kiyomizu, cuyo salón principal se encuentra en una pendiente muy inclinada y cuenta con una tradicional plataforma de madera sujetada por pilares. Desde este lugar privilegiado podrás disfrutar de unas vistas impresionantes de los tejados de Kioto.

El tour continuará llevándote al templo de Kodai-ji. Este templo está situado en la falda de las montañas de Higashiyama Ryozen y fue construido por la viuda del general del siglo XVI Toyotomi Hideyoshi para conmemorarle. A continuación te guiaremos al famoso santuario de Yasaka, dedicado al dios de la prosperidad y de la salud. Es conocido por ser sede del festival de Gion-Matsuri, uno de los mayores festivales de Japón, que se celebra cada verano.

Cuando el sol comience a despedirse y las lámparas empiecen a parpadear al anochecer será el momento perfecto para pasear por las estrechas callejuelas del evocador distrito de Gion. Esta zona es famosa por su ocio y las geishas, y ha logrado conservar su tranquilo encanto del pasado. Cuando pases por delante de tentadores restaurantes y de tradicionales casas de té si prestas atención podrás ver a las serenas geishas camino de su siguiente cita.

17 Nishi Kujoin-machi, Minami-ku, Kyoto 601-8412

Enjoy seeing traditional Japanese performances at the Gion Corner.

HIGHLIGHTS:

* Take a stroll through Gion's unique atmosphere at night accompanied by a guide
* Experience a candle-lit tea ceremony, something available only on this tour

This tour allows you to enjoy watching/experiencing Japanese traditional performances, including Japanese traditional dance, Noh, Kyogen, Bunraku, koto, tea ceremony, and Japanese traditional flower arrangement.

Take a stroll around the Gion Historical Preservation District while heading to the Yoshi-ima Ryokan from Gion Corner. Enjoy exploring the narrow streets with many old ochayas (Japanese-style teahouse providing meals and performances of maiko girls and geiko women). Enjoy an exclusive private evening tea ceremony under candle light at Yoshi-ima Ryokan's tea ceremony room Kurenaitei. Dinner will be served in Zen-style, a simple but well-balanced dietetic meal now attracting global attention.

Shojin-ryori, or Buddhist vegetarian cuisine, is served for supper, so we welcome vegetarian participants. The ingredients of tempura are tofu, namafu wheat gluten, yuba tofu skin, and vegetables in season, such as eggplants, lotus root, ginger, and shiitake mushroom. Miso soup and rice are also served.

¿Buscas un traslado privado desde tu hotel en Tokio hacia DisneySea que, además, incluye la entrada? Te ofrecemos un servicio de traslado de ida privado desde los 23 barrios especiales de Tokio hasta el parque.

Los imprescindibles del DisneySea Tokyio:
El parque cuenta con siete áreas temáticas, todas ellas visitas obligadas. La entrada al parque se llama el Mediterranean Harbour (puerto mediterráneo) y sirve de puerta de entrada a otros seis puertos con temática marina: American Waterfront, Lost River Delta, Port Discovery, Mermaid Lagoon, Arabian Coast y Mysterious Island.
El gran lago se encuentra justo en medio del DisneySea y ofrece una gran variedad de espectáculos.

Puedes reservar para un máximo de nueve personas por cada reserva, incluidas las combinaciones de grupos de adultos, jóvenes o niños. Si hay más de nueve personas, por favor, haz varias reservas.
Preocúpate solo de pasarlo bien y deja que nos encarguemos del transporte hasta este increíble parque temático.

Nuestro conductor te recogerá, en un vehículo privado, justo delante de la entrada principal de tu hotel a las 8:00 horas. Por favor, entrégale el bono para conseguir tu entrada de un día al parque. Una vez en el parque, te dejaremos cerca de la puerta de entrada de este, por lo que deberás caminar un corto trayecto. Presenta tu entrada en la taquilla y ¡a pasarlo bien!

Keio Plaza Hotel Shinjuku, Main Building 3F

The most iconic symbol of Japan, Mt Fuji, is a must-see on any trip. Travel to the border between heaven and earth and experience the powerful beauty of Mt Fuji and Aokigahara Forest.

HIGHLIGHTS:

* Visit the 5th Station of Mt Fuji
* Experience the curious natural beauty of Aokigahara Forest
* Explore inside a lava cave with your guide

From Tokyo we travel by bus for the first part of our journey to the oft pictured and perfectly shaped volcano, Mt Fuji. Once we reach the Fuji Visitor Centre, here you can learn about the volcano through displays and films and gain views of the volcano up close from the 2nd floor observatory. Next it’s time to travel through the clouds 7,546 ft above sea level to Mt Fuji 5th Station – nicknamed the border between heaven and earth – located halfway up the mountain.

After a tasty Japanese-style lunch, it’s time to be at one with nature with a walk around Aokigahara Forest, also known as the Sea of Trees. Be awe-inspired by the mighty effect of the curious landscape where tree roots sneak above ground and where lava flow, volcanic rock and caves lay exposed to the naked eye. Explore inside a lava cave produced by a volcanic eruption of Mt Fuji with the help of your guide, before hopping back on the expressway bus to Shinjuku Express Bus Terminal.

2-7-2 Marunouchi Chiyoda-ku Tokyo

Be mesmerised by the carpet of cherry blossom that graces the city every spring. See the city in bloom illuminated at night with a tour through Ueno Park and a Sumida River cruise.

HIGHLIGHTS:

* See cherry blossoms at Ueno Park and the Sumida River banks, two locations selected among the top 100 places in Japan for cherry blossom viewing
* Includes a special bento box from a long-established Japanese restaurant Asakusa Imahan
* Revel in the canopy of cherry blossom and Tokyo Skytree illuminated by night

Famous for its cherry blossoms since the Edo period, Ueno Onshi Park is filled to the brim with 1,200 cherry trees that come alive every spring; flowering delicate pink petals that are a sight to behold. Start the evening with a stroll through the park, listed as a top 100 blossom destination in Japan, before taking the metro line to Asakusa station.

Here we embark the Sumida River Night Cruise, where we glide past row upon row of cherry blossom trees that line the riverbank. See effervescent pink blossom dance before your eyes whilst traditional dance is performed, set against a beautifully lit-up Tokyo Skytree in the background. The tour includes a special night cruise bento box from the famous Asakusa Imahan restaurant as well as a soft drink, beer or cocktail and a cup of sake served by the kimono-clad performer.

Credit for images copyrighted by ©Y.Shimizu/©JNTO, ©Taito City/©JNTO, ©Yasufumi Nishi/©JNTO & ©Mike Luk/©JNTO

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JR Ryogoku station West Exit

This is the only program where you can walk with sumo wrestler in the historical town of Asakusa and/or the sumo town of Ryogoku.

You can certainly ask any question to sumo wrestler, so this is a perfect chance to know behind-the-scene stories of sumo and wrestler's everyday life.

Points of interest/ itinerary
"* Explore the local streets on a walking tour of the city
* Very rare chance to meet and speak with sumo wrestlers
* Walk Tokyo's popular districts with friendly sumo wrestlers
* Visit recommended places by the sumo wrestlers
* The tour includes historical and popular sightseeing sites
* Take pictures with the sumo wrestlers

The most iconic symbol of Japan, Mt Fuji, is a must-see on any trip. Voyage to the border between heaven and earth and experience the powerful beauty of Mt Fuji.

HIGHLIGHTS:

* Visit the 5th Station of Mt Fuji
* Cruise Lake Ashi for breathtaking views over the landscape
* Ride the highest aerial tram in Japan

We depart for the first part of our journey by bus from Hamamatsucho to the oft pictured and perfectly shaped volcano, Mt Fuji. We arrive at the Fuji Visitor Centre, where you can learn about the volcano through interactive displays and films. Next it’s time to travel through the clouds 7,546 ft above sea level to Mt Fuji 5th Station – nicknamed the border between heaven and earth – located halfway up the mountain.

Admire the views before embarking on a fifteen minute cruise from Kojiri to Hakone-en across the picture perfect Lake Ashi, a crater lake formed as a result of a powerful volcanic eruption nearly 3,000 years ago. Once on board, behold Mt Fuji and other surrounding mountains in all their glory. At the lake’s shore we board the Mt Komagatake Ropeway, Japan’s highest aerial tram, which takes you flying 4,452 ft up in seven minutes to the peak of Mt Komagatake, where views over Mt Fuji, the Izu Islands and the coast unfold before your eyes. We then return to by bus where the tour disbands at Hakone-Yumoto Station.

The most iconic symbol of Japan, Mt Fuji, is a must-see on any trip. Travel to the so-called border between heaven and earth and experience the powerful beauty Mt Fuji.

HIGHLIGHTS:

* Visit the 5th Station of Mt Fuji
* Cruise Lake Ashi for breathtaking views over the landscape
* Ride the Hakone Sky Gondola
* Travel by Shinkansen

From Tokyo we travel on the Tomei Expressway for the first part of our journey to the oft pictured and perfectly shaped volcano, Mt Fuji. Travel through the clouds on the Fuji Skyline 7,546 ft above sea level to Mt Fuji 5th Station – nicknamed the border between heaven and earth – located halfway up the mountain, from where you can admire the incredible views of Mt Fuji.

If you choose the option with lunch, you can savour lunch at the Hakone Lake Hotel before continuing the tour aboard the Hakone Sky Gondola that takes you flying over the landscape, where views over Mt Fuji, Lake Ashi and the coast unfold before your eyes, on your way to the Owakudani Boiling Valley – an ancient crater where you can smell the sulfurous fumes and see clouds of steam rise from crevasses.

Cruise across the picture perfect Lake Ashi, a crater lake formed as a result of a powerful volcanic eruption. Once on board, behold Mt Fuji and other surrounding mountains in all their glory. We then return to Tokyo by bullet train.

JR Yurakucho Station Central Gate - In front of Yoshinoya Restaurant/ticket machine

Disfruta de la increíble cultura gastronómica de Tokio, una de las muchas razones que atraen a la gente hasta la capital japonesa, en esta fantástica ruta nocturna. Siéntate junto a los propios japoneses para probar algunos de los platos más emblemáticos del día a día de Tokio en los locales donde nacieron. Siéntete como un verdadero tokiota y descubre lugares que nunca encontrarías por tu cuenta.

Durante esta ruta culinaria por Tokio, tu guía autóctono te explicará la historia de la comida y de los lugares que visites y compartirá contigo experiencias personales y costumbres y tradiciones familiares relacionadas con la comida. Tu aventura empezará en Yakitori Alley, cerca de Yurakucho, una zona repleta de restaurantes informales donde nació el yakitori, uno de los aperitivos favoritos de los japoneses. Tómate una cerveza japonesa o un sake junto a los muchos hombres de negocios y mujeres que llenan los bares de la zona a partir de las 17:00 horas. Luego prueba el yakitori en uno de los numerosos restaurantes del barrio: cada uno tiene su propia salsa elaborada con ingredientes secretos .

Después iremos a Tsukishima en busca de los orígenes del famoso monja-yaki. El monja-yaki, comparado a menudo con el tradicional okonomi-yaki de Osaka, es una especie de tortilla japonesa con diversos ingredientes. Los ingredientes se pican finamente y se mezclan con la masa antes de cocinarse. Tendrás la oportunidad de ver cómo cocinan tu comida, charlar con el cocinero y comer tu monja-yaki recién hecho directamente de la plancha caliente. En nuestro camino de regreso a Yurakucho, probaremos el tai-yaki, un pastel relleno de pasta de judías dulce, de postre. Terminarás este delicioso recorrido por Tokio tomando una copa en un pub. Puedes quedarte un poco más por allí, descubriendo los bares y karaokes de la zona, o regresar al punto de partida con el guía.

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