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Tokyo Anime Tour with Hakone, Mount Fuji & Kyoto Summer

Our Tokyo Anime with Kyoto Summer Tour explores to popular and hidden anime spots in Akihabara and Ikebukuro, must-sees in Tokyo, Hakone, and Kyoto.

Tour Code: GTE6892960

Tour Information

Land cost: from USD $2798.00

Single supplement: USD $490.00

Tour duration: 8 days 7 nights

Tokyo / Mt Fuji / Hakone / Kanzanji Onsen / Kyoto

Tour cost includes:
• 6 nights Western style and 1 night Japanese style accommodation
• All transportation between tour locations
• Comprehensive escorted with AJT professional English speaking tour guide
• Breakfast everyday
• 2 lunches and 1 dinner
Admission fees and activities
• All entry fees to sites, activities listed in the itinerary

Dates & Price
Start Date End Date Twin/Triple Start City End City Style Status
Sun. Jun 15, 2025 Sun. Jun 22, 2025 USD $2798.00 Tokyo Kyoto Signature View Tour
Sun. Jun 22, 2025 Sun. Jun 29, 2025 USD $2798.00 Tokyo Kyoto Signature View Tour
Sun. Jul 20, 2025 Sun. Jul 27, 2025 USD $2798.00 Tokyo Kyoto Signature View Tour
Sun. Aug 17, 2025 Sun. Aug 24, 2025 USD $2798.00 Tokyo Kyoto Signature View Tour
Start Date End Date Twin/Triple Start City End City Style Status
Sun. Jun 14, 2026 Sun. Jun 21, 2026 USD $2798.00 Tokyo Kyoto Signature View Tour
Sun. Jun 21, 2026 Sun. Jun 28, 2026 USD $2798.00 Tokyo Kyoto Signature View Tour
Sun. Jul 19, 2026 Sun. Jul 26, 2026 USD $2798.00 Tokyo Kyoto Signature View Tour
Sun. Aug 16, 2026 Sun. Aug 23, 2026 USD $2798.00 Tokyo Kyoto Signature View Tour

Please Note:
All prices are per person, based on twin (double on request) 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!
We can arrange international flights for US customers if needed, please ask for details.


Day 1

Arrive in Tokyo

Welcome to Japan! Check-in your hotel in central Tokyo on your own. The rest of the day is free for leisure. Meet your tour guide and group in the morning the next day.

DEL style Ikebukuro Higashiguchi by Daiwa Roynet Hotel or similar class

NOTE 1: Airport meet and greet and airport transfers are NOT included, but we will provide with full instructions in advance. We can also arrange shared shuttle service for your arrival transfer at US$70.00 per person per way from Haneda Airport (HND), and US$80.00 per person per way from Narita Airport (NRT).

NOTE 2: If you wish to stay extra nights before the tour starts, please contact us to book hotel accommodations.

Day 2

Tokyo (Main and Hidden Anime Spots in Ikubukuro / Lunch at Maid Café / Main and Hidden Anime Spots in Akihabara / Underground Idol Live Show)

After breakfast, enjoy a day of anime culture in Tokyo. We visit two of Tokyo's biggest anime locations starting with Ikebukuro, where we visit top anime shopping locations like Animate Ikebukuro Honten and Otome Road, as well as those smaller, less-touristy spots. Enjoy lunch at a maid cafe, where meals and drinks are brought to your table by a friendly maid. We then go to Akihabara - the anime capital of Japan, where we explore its top anime locations and lesser-known shops. In the evening, enjoy an Underground Idol Live Show, featuring Japanese pop idol-style music entertainment.

Breakfast / Lunch

DEL style Ikebukuro Higashiguchi by Daiwa Roynet Hotel or similar class

Day 3

Tokyo (Ghibli Museum / Nakano Broadway / Shinjuku - Kabukicho & Golden Gai Food Tour - Dinner on own)

After breakfast, we visit the popular Ghibli Museum. The museum showcases the many beloved works of Hayao Miyazaki and other animators of Studio Ghibli, and includes a special exhibition hall, a theater for viewing exclusive Ghibli short films, a reading room, a café, and a shop selling licensed merchandise. Then, we browse Nakano Broadway, a shopping complex noted for its many stores that sell anime, manga, gaming, pop idol, and other otaku-related products. We proceed from there to Shinjuku for a tour of Kabukicho and Golden Gai. A commercial district bounded by skyscrapers; Shinjuku is especially popular for its energetic nightlife. The neon heart of Shinjuku is at Kabukicho: a red-light district famous for its glittery collection of restaurants and nightclubs. Within Kabukicho is Golden Gai, which is a group of narrow alleys housing over 200 small shanty- type bars. As you explore, find a dinner that suits your taste.


DEL style Ikebukuro Higashiguchi by Daiwa Roynet Hotel or similar class

Day 4

Tokyo (Asakusa Sensoji Temple & Nakamise District / Imperial Palace East Garden / Harajuku - Takeshita District / Shibuya Scramble Crossing & Hachiko Statue)

Our first stop for the day is Asakusa Sensoji Temple, which is located in Tokyo's Asakusa district and is the city's oldest temple and shrine complex. On the way to the main temple hall, browse the stalls along the Nakamise district, which sells a variety of traditional and modern Japanese souvenir goods, from kimono to cute keychains. We go from there to the Imperial Palace East Garden. The grounds contain the ruins of Old Edo Castle, meticulously maintained lawns and trees framing a backdrop of modern Tokyo cityscape, and a stately Japanese landscape garden. Next, stroll Harajuku’s Takeshita District and enjoy browsing the fascinating shops displaying the latest fashion trends. Harajuku is especially known for its eccentric youth fashions, but cute and conventional items can be purchased here as well. Then we go to Shibuya to experience the Shibuya “Scramble Crossing” which, at the right signal, floods the intersection with a great throng of oncoming businesspeople, shoppers, and travelers, converging from all directions. On one corner of the crossing is the statue of the faithful Akita dog, Hachiko, who is celebrated for his enduring loyalty to his master.


DEL style Ikebukuro Higashiguchi by Daiwa Roynet Hotel or similar class

Day 5

Mt Fuji (5th Station - depending on the weather condition), Hakone (Lake Ashi Cruise / Owakudani)

Today, we depart Tokyo for Mount Fuji where, if the weather is in our favor, we will visit the 5th station. From there, you can see some of the mountain's enchanting landscape and take in views of the peak. We then enjoy a cruise of Lake Ashi, where you can appreciate Hakone’s splendid natural scenery, which includes a view of the vermillion torii shrine gate of Hakone Shrine, the sight of rolling hills covered in forest, and even scenes of Mount Fuji (in clear weather). We then go to Owakudani, where visitors will have the chance to see steamy hot springs and sulfurous fumes along the trails of an active volcanic zone. After, we continue to Kanzanji Onsen and the evening's accommodation.

Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner

Hotel Kikusuitei or similar class

Day 6

Kyoto (Fushimi Inari Shrine / Fushimi Sake District - Gekkeikan Okura Sake Museum - Sake Tasting / Kiyomizu Temple / Sannenzaka & Ninenzaka / Gion Geisha District)

Today, we continue to Kyoto, where we begin our day of sightseeing Japan's ancient capital with Fushimi Inari Shrine – the chief shrine of the hundreds of shrines throughout the country dedicated to Inari, the Shinto deity of economic prosperity, rice, and foxes. What sets this shrine apart is the sight of hundreds of bright vermillion “torii” gates that form long pathways through the forest covering Mount Inari. From there, head to the Fushimi Sake District, where rows of old-fashioned buildings house over 40 traditional sake breweries, which use the clear spring waters flowing underground to produce their premium products. Learn the history of Japan's sake production while at the Gekkeikan Okura Sake Museum, which includes tastings of the famous Gekkeikan sake brand. Next, we visit Kiyomizu Temple, also known as the Temple of Pure Water, a celebrated landmark famed for its iconic three-story pagoda and large wooden stage, and trio of sacred springs which each confers a different blessing. On the approach leading to the temple are Ninenzaka and Sannenzaka; these streets are filled with preserved buildings that retain the character of the Edo period. Many of the buildings sell souvenirs and Kyoto- specific wares. We will end our day in the Gion Geisha District, a heritage district where stone-paved streets are lined with exclusive ochaya (teahouses). While admiring the old-fashioned buildings, the fortunate visitor may spot Geisha or Maiko (Geisha apprentices) walking between these establishments.


Hotel Keihan Kyoto Hachijyoguchi or similar class

Day 7

Kyoto (Nishiki Market / Nijo Castle / Golden Pavilion / Arashiyama - Bamboo Forest - Kimono Forest - Togetsukyo Bridge)

In the morning, we explore the shops at Nishiki Market. This narrow shopping street, commonly referred to as 'Kyoto's Kitchen,' is filled with more than 100 restaurants and shops that sell all kinds of food-related items – from top-of-the-line knives and cookware to tempting seafood and produce. We go from there to tour Nijo Castle, a UNESCO World Heritage Site from Japan’s feudal era, and former residence of the Tokugawa shogun known for its beautifully preserved palace. While you walk around the stately Edo-period buildings, listen for the chirping of the “nightingale” floors. Next, we view one of Kyoto’s most coveted sights – the elegant Golden Pavilion. The temple’s shimmering golden walls can be seen reflected in the Mirror Pond below, but don’t miss the dainty phoenix ornament sitting on the roof! We then visit Kyoto's beautiful Arashiyama District. Enjoy the beauty of a local Bamboo Forest, which is one of Arashiyama's top must- see sights. The thick groves of towering green bamboo create a world of otherworldly awe and mystery as you walk the path through the center. We also explore the enchanting Kimono Forest, which is outside Arashiyama Station. Modeled after the local bamboo groves, the Kimono Forest features pillars containing many colors and patterns of Kimono cloth, for which the city of Kyoto is famous. We also take a stroll down the Togetsukyo Bridge which was originally built spanning the Hozu River hundreds of years ago. It’s now one of the best places to view the natural splendor of Arashiyama.


Hotel Keihan Kyoto Hachijyoguchi or similar class

Day 8

Tour Ends

After breakfast, our tour officially ends.
Return airport transfer is not included, but we will provide with full instructions to get to the airport in advance.
Or you can extend your stay in Osaka and visit Universal Studios Japan, Super Nintendo World Japan or Nijigen no Mori Naruto Theme Park in Awaji.
Please contact us to arrange your post-stay hotels.


NOTE 3: If you would like to stay longer in Japan, please contact us to book hotel accommodations.