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HONEYMOON

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2 564 $

HONEYMOON Tour

15 days

An itinerary that mixes urban and natural landscapes, playing on the contrast of modernity and tradition, as well as carefully selected accommodation, make this tour an ideal trip for a honeymoon in the Land of the Rising Sun.

Departures possible all year round, but particularly recommended in March-April or October-November.

Included :


Accommodation for 13 nights at 4* or 5* hotels, breakfast included; 4 nights in luxury ryokan; half-board. 

1 Japan Rail Pass for 7 days. 

Price shown is per person, based on twin rooms for 2 people. Single room supplement: ask us.

Not included :

International flights; air taxes; meals unless mentioned; entry to sites; local travel within each area; optional travel insurance.

Departures

  • January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December

Detailed Itinerary

Day
1

Travel to Tokyo by your own arrangements.

Day
2

TOKYO

Arrive in Tokyo.
 

TOKYO

Your luxurious hotel offers a high level of comfort and service, and is located in the business district of Shiodome. Rooms on the 26th floor have a fantastic view of the city (subject to availability).

Accommodation: Tokyo Park Hotel, 4*

Day
3

TOKYO

Explore Tokyo and discover this fascinating Asian metropolis at your own pace, where traditions from centuries past and the urban culture of contemporary Japan co-exist...

 

TOKYO

Night at your hotel.

Accommodation: Tokyo Park Hotel 4*

Day
4

TOKYO

Free day to explore Tokyo.

 

TOKYO

Accommodation: Tokyo Park Hotel 4*

Day
5

KAWAGUCHIKO

Depart for the Mount Fuji area, specifically for Kawaguchiko Onsen, one of the many natural hot spring spas in the country. Your traditional inn has several indoor and outdoor baths, which can be made private. Some of them offer an unforgettable view of Mount Fuji, a truly unique experience. You should stay two days if you want to fully enjoy the attractions of Mount Fuji National Park.
 

KAWAGUCHIKO

Accommodation: Ryokan Shuhokaku Kogetsu (Japanese room)

Enjoy dinner and a night spent at your charming ryokan.

Day
6

KAWAGUCHIKO

Breakfast at your ryokan.

Visit Mount Fuji National Park.

Dinner and another night at your ryokan.

Accommodation: Ryokan Shuhokaku Kogetsu / Japanese room.

KAWAGUCHIKO

Another night at your ryokan

Day
7

TOKYO

Enjoy breakfast at your ryokan and return to Tokyo by bullet train.

Explore Tokyo at your leisure.
 

TOKYO

Accommodation: Tokyo Park Hotel 4*

Day
8

KYOTO

Depart for Kyoto, the old Japanese capital in Kansai region. With its 2,000 temples, shrines and palaces, Kyoto was the imperial capital from 794 to 1868 and remains the cultural and spiritual heart of Japan. 

 

KYOTO

Accommodation: Westin Miyako 5*

You will stay in a luxury 5* hotel offering all the amenities you could dream of: a swimming pool on the roof, tennis courts, jogging track, Japanese gardens, seven restaurants...

Day
9

KYOTO

Explore Kyoto.


 

KYOTO

Accommodation: Westin Miyako 5*

Day
10

KYOTO

Explore Kyoto.

Accommodation: Westin Miyako 5*
 

KYOTO

Day
11

MIYAJIMA

Depart for the sacred island of Miyajima, considered one of the three most beautiful landscapes in Japan. The island is famous for Itsukushima shrine and its floating red torii gate. Mount Misen offers a splendid view of the Inland Sea and its islets. Several walks are possible around the temples and gardens of Miyajima.


 

MIYAJIMA

Accommodation: Iwaso Ryokan

Day
12

KYOTO

Breakfast at your ryokan.

Back to Kyoto, where you can explore at your leisure.


 

KYOTO

Accommodation: Westin Miyako 5*

Day
13

NARA

Breakfast at your ryokan.

Next stop: Nara. Smaller, quieter, and closer to nature with its huge park in the heart of the city and its free-roaming deer, Nara was the first capital of Japan from 710 to 784. This is one of the cradles of Japanese civilization that still possesses countless architectural treasures, including the oldest wooden temple in the world, Horyuji, as well as Todaiji Temple, the tallest wooden building in the world, which houses a gigantic bronze statue of Buddha.

Accommodation: Ryokan Kankaso / Japanese room
 

NARA

Dinner and night spent at a beautiful, traditional ryokan.

Day
14

OSAKA

Breakfast at your ryokan.

Back to Japanese modernity and urban frenzy, with the focus on Osaka. This shopping and hedonistic city, resolutely turned toward the future, is a good showcase of contemporary Japan. More popular than Tokyo, Osaka is regarded as the "kitchen of Japan" and offers numerous delicious local specialties. Enjoy your last evening in Dotombori, a busy pedestrianised street, brimming with neon signs, lit-up advertising screens, and fabulous restaurants.

 

OSAKA

Stay in a luxurious hotel, ideally located in the lively area of Namba.

Accommodation: Swissotel Nankai Osaka 5 *

Day
15

Travel home

Day 1
Day 2 Tokyo, Akihabara TOKYO
Day 3 Tokyo, Asakusa TOKYO
Day 4 Tokyo, Shinjuku gyoen TOKYO
Day 5 Kawaguchiko KAWAGUCHIKO
Day 6 Kawaguchiko KAWAGUCHIKO
Day 7 Osaka TOKYO
Day 8 Kyoto, maiko à Gion KYOTO
Day 9 Kyoto, Ryoan-ji KYOTO
Day 10 Kyoto, maiko à Gion KYOTO
Day 11 Miyajima MIYAJIMA
Day 12 Kyoto, Kiyomizu-dera KYOTO
Day 13 NARA
Day 14 Osaka OSAKA
Day 15
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