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Japan Deluxe Tours

Visit the must see sites of Japan with group sizes ranging from 12 to 35 people.

These tours are great for first time visitors to Japan looking for comfortable accommodation with all entrance fees and most meals included. Our Japan Deluxe Tours are accomodated with professional tour guides, fluent in both Japanese and English, to ensure an educational and valuable visit. Air-conditoned, private coaches are also included, so you can enjoy a comfortable and hassle-free time in Japan. Our tours range from 7 to 21 days, to various regions of Japan.

Deluxe-Plus Small Group Tours

Experience the culture of Japan at a slower pace with groups of 10 to 18 people.
(Smaller group departure available)

These tours combine enrichment, enjoyment, and education with time to truly absorb and appreciate your surroundings. Our Deluxe-Plus small group tours are created to cater to those who are interested in having a deeper understanding of Japan's culture. You will have the opportunity to participate in culturally rich activities and visit destinations only locals may know. Experience luxurious hotels and travel at a leisurely pace when you book a Deluxe-Plus small group tour.

Ultra-Deluxe Small Group Tours

Tour Japan with the finest accommodations and experiences in groups of 2 to 6 people.

Enjoy more than just sightseeing. These tours will allow you to eat in small local restaurants, visit hidden gems, stay at hotels with limited occupancy, take part in activities available only to small groups, and enjoy more interaction with your tour guides. Ultra-Deluxe small group tours are the ultimate way to visit Japan with hand-picked, top hotels and ryokans (traditional inns) to relax in. Select from a unique range of luxurious cultural experiences that are limited to smaller groups, which is why the maximum group size is 6 guests.

Japan Walking Tours

Travel Japan more flexibly in groups of 10 to 16 people using public transportation.

These tours allow you to enjoy Japanese culture firsthand in the intimacy of a small group. The maximum group size is 12 guests, which enables you to travel by public transportation, such as by train, subway, taxi, ferry or local bus. Walking the streets and taking the local trains will allow you to interact more with the locals and appreciate what everyday life in Japan is like. Each city will feature an expert local guide who will be able to share in-depth information on the featured attractions and sites, and provide assistance or recommendations if needed prior to your free time.

Omakase Japan Private Journeys      Tour Code: GTK2432477     18 reviews

14 days Highlights of Japan

14 days 13 nights

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from USD $6298.00
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Tokyo / Kanazawa / Shirakawa-go / Takayama / Himeji / Okayama / Naoshima or Takamatsu / Hiroshima / Kyoto / Nara / Hakone or Nikko / Tokyo

On this tour we will be going to the top ranked and popular places in Japan. The tour will begin in Tokyo, the capital and most populated metropolis in the world. Beyond the alluring neon light signs advertising the plethora of businesses is traditional centers that have withstood the test of time.

Then we will be traveling to Kanazawa, a city that once rivaled Kyoto in cultural achievements. Explore the well preserved samurai and teahouse districts. Nearby is the UNESCO World He... View More

On this tour we will be going to the top ranked and popular places in Japan. The tour will begin in Tokyo, the capital and most populated metropolis in the world. Beyond the alluring neon light signs advertising the plethora of businesses is traditional centers that have withstood the test of time.

Then we will be traveling to Kanazawa, a city that once rivaled Kyoto in cultural achievements. Explore the well preserved samurai and teahouse districts. Nearby is the UNESCO World Heritage designated Shirakawago, which is known for the Gassho zukuri farmhouses. The roofs of the farmhouses are thatched and shaped like prayer hands.

We will venture to Takayama, a city famous for the artisans and craftsmen with traditions dating back to the 9th century. Afterwards we will head to Okayama where you will have a free day to explore Kurashiki, Okayama, or Himeji. Each of those places has unique sites that will not disappoint. On one of the days you will have the freedom to choose between going to Takamatsu and Kotohira or Naoshima.

Our next destination is the famed Hiroshima, the city where the first atomic bombs were deployed in World War II. Despite the tragedy, the area has become a symbol of hope for a world without nuclear weapons. Nearby Hiroshima is Miyajima Island where the famous Itsukushima Shrine resides. The shrine is known for its vermillion torii gate that looks like it is floating in the middle of the sea during high tide.

Next is the traditional heart of Japan, Kyoto. The city maintains its traditional roots despite the modernization of many other areas. Located about an hour away from Kyoto is the first permanent capital Nara. The city is most known for the largest Daibutsu (Great Buddha) in Japan and can be found in the Todaiji Temple.

Our last stop for the trip is to either Hakone one of the most famous places for onsens (hot springs) or to Nikko where the mausoleum of Tokugawa Ieyasu is located. Hakone served as getaway from the hustle and bustle of the city. In Nikko you can find extravagantly decorated shrines that have been around for centuries.


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Tokyo / Kanazawa / Shirakawa-go / Takayama / Himeji / Okayama / Naoshima or Takamatsu / Hiroshima / Kyoto / Nara / Hakone or Nikko / Tokyo

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