General

Named after the area it covers.

Use this 7 day railpass combined with two nights each in Tokyo, Kanazawa and Kyoto with half day tours included in Tokyo and Kyoto. Travel from Tokyo to Kanazawa in two and a half hours where Kenrokuen Gardens, beautiful in any season and a spectacular castle await. Walk to former Samurai residences and historic tea house in this compact city. Continue to Kyoto for the last two days and immerse in the atmosphere of the former capital while visiting shrines and temples. Ends in Osaka.

 

Destination Japan
Cities & Locations Tokyo, Kanazawa, Kyoto and Osaka
Duration 7 days / 6 nights

Terms & Conditions

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Kyoto

KyotoFor those connected to calmness, beauty and serenity, Kyoto is a must. Considered the traditional heart of Japan, the city once served as the capital, the city boasts numerous gardens, imperial palaces, classical Buddhist temples and Shinto shrines. Classic images of Japan can be found in the Gion district – streets of traditional wooden houses, Read more

Kanazawa

KanazawaSurrounded by the Japan Alps, Hakusan National Park and Noto Peninsula Natural Park, Kanazawa offers a natural background of great beauty. Providing a tranquil contrast to the bustling cities, any journey to this area is a feast for the eyes. Spared during the World War II bombings, Kanazawa is known for its well-preserved Edo-era districts, Read more

Japan

JapanJapan is like no other country on earth with a truly unique culture, which many perceive as the exotic unknown. Even though Japan does have a distinct code of social etiquette it’s people are generous, welcoming, charming and warm, making any holiday here something to be remembered. A country made up of four main islands, Read more

Osaka

OsakaDiscover the charm of easy-going Osaka, Japan’s third largest city, also considered the stomach of Japan. Embracing the status of a food-loving city, Osaka boasts an array of food stalls and restaurants, many Michelin star rated. The vibrant metropolis is split with a lovely river and numerous canals cutting through the centre, awash with vivid Read more

Tokyo

TokyoAn amazing city to visit, Tokyo will not disappoint. As the world’s largest populous city, Tokyo offers an unlimited choice of shopping, entertainment, culture and dining. The well spread metropolis is smoothly connected by the operation of an intensive on-time rail network. A city with multiple personalities, the famed neighborhoods of Ginza, Shinjuku, Harajuku, Shibuya, Read more