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With over 1,000 Buddhist temples, come and discover Japan’s former ancient capital with a full day tour from Tokyo.


* Travel to Kyoto at lightning speed by bullet train
* See Kyoto’s most popular sightseeing spots
* Free time to admire the city’s most important palaces and temples

Hop aboard the famous bullet train, Nozomi Shinkansen, from Tokyo to Kyoto for a day discovering the sights and sounds of Kyoto. Arrive in the ancient capital to begin a tour of the many temples and palaces that adorn the city with your English-speaking guide. We start at the World Heritage Nijo Castle whose flamboyant style and sublime gardens are bound to impress. Then head to the striking Kinkaku-ji Temple, known as the Golden Pavilion for its sparkling exterior, and the Kyoto Imperial Palace. As the former ruling palace of the Emperor of Japan, you can now enjoy a tour through the estate dating from the Edo period.

At the end of the tour, you have the afternoon to spend as you wish: visit some of the many temples, shrines and palaces, or simply take in the atmosphere of a city that was the imperial capital of Japan for more than a 1,000 years. We meet back at Kyoto station to board the Nozomi Shinkansen train back to Tokyo.

1-1 Maihama, Urayasu, Chiba Prefecture

Tokyo Disneyland is the place where all your childhood fantasies and dreams really come true. Opened on April 15, 1983 and is the first Disney park to be built outside the United States. Modeled after Disneyland in California and the Magic Kingdom in Florida, Tokyo Disneyland is made up of seven themed lands and features seasonal decorations and parades.

There are seven themed areas in the park: the World Bazaar; the four classic Disney lands: Adventureland, Westernland,Fantasyland and Tomorrowland; and two mini-lands: Critter Country and Mickey's Toontown. Many of the games and rides in these areas mirror those in the original Disneyland as they are based on American Disney films and fantasies. Fantasyland includes Peter Pan's Flight, Snow White's Scary Adventures, Dumbo the Flying Elephant and more based on classic Disney films and characters.

Points of interest/ itinerary
• World Bazaar
• Adventureland
• Westernland
• Critter Country
• Fantasyland
• Toontown
• Tomorrowland

We will take you to places where local people usually gather where no foreigners are seen. You will be provided a lot of information, such as Japanese night life, local food/drink, and more information about Japanese cultures and traditions!

You will visit local Izakaya bars, which include those on street seating, standing bars, small squeezing bars, etc. These bars are usually located on backstreets and not listed on sightseeing guidebook. They do not have English menu or English speaking person, but in this program, the guide will order local tasty Japanese dishes for you and explain about it.

We will take you to non-touristy spots where foreigners are hardly seen, although these are located in Tokyo!

This is a perfect opportunity to learn local tradition, culture, and food, and will definitely be an unforgettable experience!

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

Do as the locals do and escape the summer heat with a relaxing evening dining by the tranquil waters of the River Kiyotaki.


* Watch maiko perform as you dine
* Enjoy dinner on a kawadoko platform at a traditional Japanese restaurant
* Be mesmerised by the fireflies in this natural setting

Get away from the hustle and bustle of the city during summer and get a taste of traditional Japanese culture at Momijiya in Takao. On the banks of the river, you can appreciate the balmy breeze as you sit down for gourmet Kyoto cuisine. Normally slightly cooler than the city temperatures, the location is ideal for spending a summer’s evening.

A Japanese-style restaurant, here you can enjoy dinner on a kawadoko platform – a raised outdoor platform – whilst maiko girls (apprentice geisha) perform traditional dances and music. Spend some time talking to the maiko and taking photographs with them in a rare opportunity. What’s more, if you are enjoying the experience from June to early July, you can even spend the evening watching the fireflies as they twinkle above your head.

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Death Valley or Owakudani is located in the mountain town of Hakone. Once the springs are reached, kuro-tamago, or black eggs, can be purchased five at a time. The eggs are ordinary chicken eggs but the shell turns black due to being boiled in the hot sulfur spring. Local tradition holds that for each black egg eaten, seven years is added to one's life.

Some 3000 years ago Mount Hakone erupted leaving the hot spring filled crater. All along the path to the egg vendor are active sulfuric geysers, which can be hazardous at times. The valley is sometimes referred to as The Death Valley by locals.

On clear days either route delivers spectacular views of the ominous Mt. Fuji. The Gotemba Premium Outlets are Japan's most popular outlet mall, located in Gotemba City at the base of Mount Fuji, The mall, The stores found at the Premium Outlets features over 200 stores along with a number of restaurants. The outlets of internationally known brands of fashion, sports, food, household goods and electronics, and range from everyday items to luxury goods.

Oedo line Ryogoku station Exit A2

Sumo is Japan's national sport, and the many stables around the Ryogoku area of Tokyo are arguably the best place to experience it! The Grand Tournament runs just 6 times a year, but the rest of the year there are many chances to see sumo wrestlers in action by watching them up-close-and-personal at a morning training session.

This is a great opportunity to watch sumo wrestler's serious practice and training from short distance.
Feel the sumo world and how the practice is usually done. This experience will certainly be unforgettable.
Program is not available on Sundays and following months due to tournaments: March, July, and November.

Points of interest/ itinerary
* Perfect for all ages and skill level
* Perfect introduction for first-time visitors
* Learn about the historical roots of Sumo
* See sumo stars close up, much closer than at tournaments
* Gain a deeper understanding of Sumo rituals
* Guidance to and from the stable

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Shuri Station

Okinawa offers not only endless opportunities for relaxation and outdoor activities, but also many historical sites related to the past and traditions of the former Ryukyu Kingdom. This all-inclusive Naha tour is the best way to explore the city. Naha is the capital and largest city of Okinawa prefecture.

More than just a transportation hub to the beautiful coral-reef islands, Naha has a rich historical heritage and this city tour will introduce all the best sightseeing spots to you.

Points of interest/ itinerary:
1. Shuri Castle - This UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site was originally built in the 14th century as the main residence of the Ryukyu Kingdom (which ruled over Okinawa until the 19th century). Unlike other castles in Japan Shuri has a distinct China-influenced architecture and atmosphere.

2. Tamaudun Mausoleum - Located close to the Shuri Castle, this mausoleum served as the family tomb for the Ryukyu royal family. The tradition in Okinawa is to erect large stone tombs over graves which is different than in other parts of Japan.

3. Shikinaen Garden - Another residence of the Ryukyu Kingdom and currently a reconstructed Okinawa-style garden. Visitors can walk around the little pond and enter the wooden residence building.

4. Okinawa Prefectural Museum - This large museum exhibits many interesting items related to Okinawa's history, traditions, and local arts. You will easily immerse yourself in the world of Ryukyu Kingdom.

5. Japanese Navy Underground Headquarters - This is an impressive 450 meter-long underground tunnel which served as the headquarters of the Japanese Navy during the World War II. Today it stands as one of Okinawa's many memorials to the war victims.

6. Kokusai Street and Tsuboya District - The main shopping street in Naha attracts with plenty of restaurants, souvenir shops, bars, and fresh food markets. Just outside the bustling area is Tsuboya district where you can see many craftsmen shops specializing in Okinawa's famous pottery.

New Miyako Hotel, Sunrise Tours Meeting Spot

Spend the morning in Uji, the setting for the final chapters of ‘The Tale of Genji’ and the afternoon in Nara, Japan’s first permanent capital.


* Experience an authentic tea ceremony in Uji, a town famous for its tea
* Visit the picturesque area around Uji Bridge and the World Heritage Site Byodo-in Temple
* Sightsee around Nara and encounter wild deer in Nara Park

We firstly take you to admire Uji Bridge, one of the oldest bridges in Japan which is thought to have originally been built in the 7th century. Absorb the arresting views of the mountains from the bridge and learn about how this city thrived on its location by the banks of Uji-gawa River.

Stroll around Nakanoshima Park, built on a sandbar in the middle of the river and take a tea break to experience the ceremony at an authentic tea house, Taiho-an. Afterwards we make our way to the temple that puts Uji on the map: Byodo-in. The temple is a stunning example of Buddhist Pure Land (Jodo) architecture built near the end of the Heian era. Enjoy a tour around the temple and its equally beautiful gardens before returning to Kyoto for lunch ready for the afternoon portion of the tour in Nara.

Once we arrive in Nara, we start by visiting the star of the show: Nara Park and Todai-ji Temple, also known as the Great Buddha. This is the largest wooden structure in the world which houses the largest bronze figure in the world and is truly awe-inspiring. Absorb the scale of this Unesco World Heritage Site, and as you wander through Nara Park come closer than ever to wild deer; thought to be the shrine messengers.

We continue by seeing one of the most celebrated shrines in the city: Kasuga Taisha. Founded in the 8th century, the shrine is famous for its bronze lanterns that adorn the buildings where you are free to stroll through the areas not requiring admission. To round off the tour we go to Nara Nagomikan, the largest souvenir shop in Nara where you can stock up on local souvenirs to remember your day.

Kawagoe is a town with a long history. Many traditional candy shops and sweets shops can be found throughout the city in other locations besides the nostalgic candy shops found in Kashiya Yokocho which was founded in the early Meiji Period. The sweets vary from traditional sweets made using the same process as in the old days to sweets using sweet potatoes which are a Kawagoe specialty. Each shop has a unique method of producing these sweets so they all have a different taste and appearance.

At shops that allow you to observe the process, you can also taste the flavor of freshly made sweets.

Museum of Kurazukuri which is open to the public. The museum is what used to be a tobacco wholesaler's shop. Visitors can have a closer view of what a Kurazukuri building looks from the inside beyond the store front. Some of the exhibits include traditional machines used in the past. Clair Shopping Street is local shopping area, not only for sightseeing, but mainly used by locals andJapanese as Real Shopping aera.

Bus Terminal 3F, 5-24-55 Sendagaya, Shibuya-ku

Step foot in Tokyo’s most fashionable neighbourhood to explore the high streets and back streets of Harajuku.


* Stroll through Japan’s fashion capital with a guide
* See and explore unique shops as well as shops owned by fashion artists
* Enjoy a delicious local delicacy along the way

We make our way to Harajuku by JR Line, where once we have arrived in Tokyo’s bustling shopping district; your guide will take you to the hot spots not to be missed. First on the agenda is Takeshita Street, where row upon row of shops line the street filled with busy shoppers. Visit the Daiso 100 Yen Shop, Tokyo’s largest shop of its kind, before making our way to Cat Street – the home of Tokyo’s vibrant street fashion and youth culture.

Next is the incredible Omotesando Hills, the city’s shopping hub with over 130 shops, situated along Omotesando; dubbed the Champs-Elysées of Tokyo. The tour also visits the famous Kiddy Land Harajuku and Jingumae Intersection before finally arriving back at Harajuku Station. What’s more, the tour includes a delicious Harajuku crepe, a local delicacy, along the way which you can choose on the day of the tour.

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