This history, cultural and scenic tour of Japan covers key cities including visits to the spectacular Mt.Fuji and Shirakawago.

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Destination Japan
Cities Tokyo, Hakone, Takayama, Kanazawa, Kyoto, Osaka
Departure Location Hotel, Tokyo
Visits Tokyo, Hakone, Mt.Fuji, Takayama, Kanazawa, Kyoto, Hiroshima, Osaka
Duration 14 Days / 13 Nights

Tour Schedule

Tour Dates: Modular Group Tour departs on selected dates. Please enquire.

Guaranteed Departure Applies: As soon as 2 people are booked on this tour.

NOTE: We regret we do not accept children under 15 years old on this tour.


Day 1: Tokyo

Arrive in Tokyo where you will be met and transferred to your hotel.

Day 2: Tokyo

Day 3: Tokyo (L)

Today, head to Kamakura. Highlights include a matcha green tea ceremony in a 400-year-old teahouse, Hokokuji Temple and its beautiful bamboo grove, Tsurugaoka Hachimangu Shrine, Komachidor and the Great Buddha which stands on the grounds of Kotokuin Temple. You will also visit Enoshima, a getaway island popular for its cool ocean breezes.

Day 4: Tokyo – Hakone (L)

Depart Tokyo, bound for the stunning Mt.Fuji. Gain an overview of the area and take in the scenic views (weather permitting). Enjoy a boat ride on Lake Ashi and the Mt.Komagatake Ropeway.

Day 5: Hakone – Takayama

This morning travel by train to Takayama, a city in the mountainous Hida region of Gifu Prefecture. It retains a traditional touch like few other Japanese cities, especially in its beautifully preserved old town.

Day 6: Takayama - Kanazawa (L)

Walk around the bustling Takayama morning market before heading to Shirakawago. Visit the Wada Residence, a thatch-roofed house, also registered as a World Heritage Site. Continue on to Kanazawa.

Day 7: Kanazawa – Kyoto

Today, explore the key sights of Kanazawa. The city boasts many historical attractions such as restored residences and districts.

Day 8: Kyoto (L)

Kyoto is blessed with many beautiful attractions – explore Nijo Castle, Kinkakuji Temple, Kyoto Imperial Palace, Heian Jingu Shrine, Sanjusangendo Temple and Kiyomizudera Temple.

Day 9: Kyoto – Osaka

Today, transfer to Osaka Airport where tour arrangements end.

Terms & Conditions

Itinerary and price subject to change due to unforeseen circumstances beyond our control. Please refer to our full terms and conditions available on our brochure or from our website. Active Asia reserves the right to alter the hotels and/or the itinerary if needed due to availability and/or adverse weather conditions.


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. Boasting numerous gardens, imperial palaces, classical Buddhist temples and Shinto shrines – all are different, fascinating and peaceful to explore. In the Gion district, classic images of Japan can be Read more


KanazawaSurrounded by the Japan Alps, Hakusan National Park and Noto Peninsula Natural Park, Kanazawa offers a natural background of great beauty, giving the city a relaxed feeling. 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 Read more


HakoneWithin easy travelling distance of Tokyo, the town of Hakone is well known as a mountainous holiday resort with several small towns that include renowned hot springs, traditional inns, open-air museums and spectacular mountain scenery including fantastic views of Mt.Fuji (weather permitting). With an efficient network of buses, trains, cable cars, ropeways and sightseeing boats, Read more


JapanOne of the world’s most fascinating yet confounding countries, Japan, ‘The Land of the Rising Sun’, is like nothing you would have experienced before – a journey here will never fail to intrigue. Consisting of several thousand islands, of which Hokkaido, Honshu, Shikoku and Kyushu are the four largest, Japan is well spread, varied and Read more


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


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 neighbourhoods of Ginza, Shinjuku, Harajuku, Shibuya, Read more