Duration : 6 Nights/7 Days

Inclusions: Description :Tokyo - Mt. Fuji - Hakone - Kyoto - Nara - Kyoto - Tokyo

Itinerary :
Day 1 : Arrival in Tokyo
You'll arrive today at New Tokyo International Airport (Narita). After clearing immigration, you'll retrieve your baggage and make your through customs, then meet our local rep in the arrivals lobby on the first floor. Welcome to Tokyo! Your van ride will provide a first view of the Japanese capital, so modern and familiar, and yet so different. Streets are busy but orderly and neat, lights and signs glitter everywhere, alternating with serene green oases. You'll find your room ready at the Kei Plaza Tokyo Hotel, where you'll be staying for two nights. After you check in, it's time to get to know Tokyo on your own, and appreciate its urban life: spotless streets, a pace that's fast but always in control, bicycles left unlocked, vending machines dispensing superb hot coffee in cans (or whiskey, if you wish), and signs in English.

Day 2 :Tokyo
We'll call for you in morning to show you the sights of Tokyo. You'll take in the Meiji Shrine and its surprisingly tranquil grounds so near the heart of the city, along with the Imperial East Garden (or, on Monday or Friday, the Imperial Palace Plaza). You'll continue to the Asakusa Kannon Temple, for an understanding of Japanese spirituality, so closely tied to the physical environment. We'll take a break for lunch, then get a view of the city from an entirely different perspective, on the Symphony Cruise on Tokyo Bay. Perhaps you'll continue to explore this exciting city on your own in the evening. It's easy, with an efficient subway system, late hours, and safe streets.

Day 3 : Tokyo - Mt. Fuji - Hakone - Kyoto
Your motor coach will pick you up in the morning, and before long, you'll be speeding past the suburbs and into the neatly tended countryside beyond. Mount Fuji with its perfect, snow-capped conical shape will hover into view, every more impressive as we approach. We'll continue right onto the slopes of Japan's highest mountain, and ascend to the halfway point at 2300 meters (7600 feet) for spectacular views of rolling fields, orchards, lakes, and streams. We'll take our lunch at the Highland Resort, then continue with a relaxing cruise on Lake Ashi, and a breathtaking ride on the Mt. Komagatake aerial tramway. In the evening, we'll head for the station to board the Bullet Train, and speed our way to Kyoto. Your room will be ready at the New Miyako hotel, where you'll stay for two nights.

Day 4 : Kyoto -Nara - Kyoto
We'll tour the major sites of the ancient capital of Japan this morning, including the Golden Pavilion, Nijo Castle with its exquisite interiors (or Ryoanji Temple when Nijo Castle is closed), and the ancient Imperial Palace. (On Saturdays, Sundays, and national holidays, we'll take in the Higashi Honganji Temple instead.) After lunch at Kyoto's Handicraft Center, we'll continue to Nara, first capital of a united Japan. Highlights will include the Todaiji Temple with its huge Buddha; the 3000 lanterns of the Kasuga Shrine, and the Deer Park.

Day 5 : Kyoto - Tokyo
We've included an open day at this point, for you to fill as you wish-and there's plenty to do and see in Kyoto! We can arrange for the application to tour the Katsura Imperial Villa $100 per person ( minimum 2 guests is required) covering as well application fee and handling fee , or the Shugakuin Imperial Villa. This doesn't cover any transportation or guiding. Sample taxis fare : $20 to $30 one way from your hotel to the Imperial Villa.

Or Perhaps you'll head for one of the historic outlying districts. Fushimi, in the south of the city, is connected with Hideyoshi Toyotomi, who helped create a strong, united Japan, and built his castle here. You'll also find charming canals, sake breweries, and, among others, the Fushimi Inari Grand Shrine, with its thousands of bright gates, all an expected surprise. However you spend your day, we'll all meet up in the evening to board the Bullet Train for the fast return trip to Tokyo, where you'll stay at the Tokyo Prince Hotel for the night.

Day 6 : Departure from Tokyo
We've arranged your transportation to Narita Airport in time to check in and catch your homeward-bound flight.

Meals on Tour : 6 Nights/7 Days
Day 1 : Dinner.
Day 2 - 6 : Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.
Day 7 : Breakfast.

Extra Topping :
Tea/ Coffee at Summer Palace.
Ice Cream at Great wall of China.
Ice cream at Terracotta Warriors Museum.
Ice Cream at Reed Flute Cave.
Tea / Coffee at Window of the World.
Soft Drink / Ice cream at Yu-yuan Garden.

Our Speciality : :
Caring Tour Manager throughout the tour.