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Experience Japan’s perfect harmony of ancient tradition and a modern way of life on this 12-day Premium adventure through the cultural heart of the country. You’ll start among Tokyo’s soaring skyscrapers, making your way to Hakone’s mountainous hot springs and find the meaning of relaxation in a cloud of fragrant steam. Then, head to Takayama, which delights with its Edo-era beauty. Shirakawa-go immerses you in charming countryside life before you discover the intriguing cultural diversity of Kyoto. Find a passion for peace in Hiroshima, take a sushi-making class with an expert, soak away your worries in an onsen and travel with a local leader who will share the rich variety of their country as you visit temples, castles, shrines and holy mountains.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

1. For 2023-2024, we are unable to offer a complimentary arrival transfer in Tokyo. Our previous operator is no longer in business, and we haven’t been able to source a reliable alternative supplier. Please see the joining point instructions for information on how to get to your hotel.

2. A single supplement is available if you’d prefer not to share a room on this trip. The single supplement applies to all nights of your trip and is subject to availability. Please speak to your booking agent for further information.

3. It is essential you pack light and compact for rail travel in Japan. One piece of big luggage is included for transfer from destination to destination on this trip when we are travelling on the train. For any additional luggage to be transferred, additional charges will apply. There are size restrictions for luggage on Shinkansen trains if you plan to take them with you. Luggage over 160–250 cm may require an additional JPY1000 fee per train journey. Luggage over 251 cm will NOT be permitted on the Shinkansen trains. Please notify your group leader at the welcome meeting if your luggage is over 160–250 cm so they can help you make the necessary arrangements. Please review the Packing section of the ETIs for more details on luggage transfers.

4. We are not able to book airport shuttle service between Kyoto and Kansai Airport at the moment. Your leader will be able to advise on best ways of getting to Kansai Airport in Osaka.

5. All rail travel is included in the price of this trip, but you will no longer be travelling on a Japan Rail Pass. This is to ensure that we can secure seat reservations without you needing to queue at the ticket counter, and to remove the possibility of you travelling in busy, unreserved seat cars during peak season. It will also increase the train options available, including more bullet train options, making journeys faster and more efficient.

6. Double rooms in Japanese hotel rooms can be smaller than you may be used to (e.g. 20 square meters). Every effort will be made to accommodate double room requests. However, during busy periods, there may be occasions when we are unable to offer a double room, so a twin room will be provided.

Tour details
Tour Provider Intrepid Travel
Price From
$9,936
Number of Days
12
Start Location
Tokyo, Japan
End Location
Kyoto, Japan
Age Range
Avg. 30+
Group Size
1 to 12
Tour Style
Comfort
Tour Themes
Adventure
Physical Rating
Easy to Moderate
Itinerary Open all
Day 1: Tokyo
Konnichiwa! Welcome to Japan. Your adventure begins in the country’s lively capital, Tokyo, with a welcome meeting at 6 pm at your hotel. If you get to the city early, there are many sides of Tokyo to explore, from history museums and world-class shopping to neighbourhood backstreets lined with hole in the wall eateries and bars. After your meeting, join your new travel companions for a welcome dinner at a local restaurant. Tokyo’s food scene is undoubtedly one of the world’s best, and the city truly celebrates the art of eating well. Sample a range of regional and seasonal delights, including handmade soba noodles, crispy tempura and yakitori. After dinner, you may like to experience Tokyo’s vibrant nightlife and head to a local izakaya.
Day 2: Tokyo
Bursting with contemporary urban culture and historic temples and shrines, Tokyo has so much to uncover. Exploring the world’s largest city alone can be a daunting task, but today your leader will introduce you to the old and new Tokyo on a half-day tour. Begin in the Asakusa area, one of the older and more traditional parts of Tokyo, often called the temple district. Here you’ll stop by Senso-ji, the city’s oldest temple – founded almost 1400 years ago when Tokyo was nothing more than a fishing village. Browse the many interesting stalls filled with tasty treats, crafts and souvenirs that line the shopping street of Nakamise dori. Then, jump on the metro to explore the buzzing Shibuya area. Check out one of the busiest intersections in the world before heading into a depachika (underground food hall) for a tempting array of Japanese treats. Afterwards, enjoy some peaceful bliss at Yoyogi Park and Meiji Shrine before diving into Harajuku district, the home of quirky youth pop culture. Then get a birds-eye view of Tokyo from Shibuya Sky, a three-floor, 360-degree, open-air observation deck 46 storeys above the city.
Day 3: Tokyo
This morning, get ready for a delicious experience at the famous Tsukiji Outer Market, where fresh seafood from Tokyo's largest wholesale fish market (recently relocated to a new site at Toyosu) is delivered and ready to sample daily. Your leader will provide insight into the underwater treasures that go into the local cuisine, then you’ll take a sushi making class to learn about the art and history of this Japanese cuisine that's loved across the world. Learn how to make nigiri sushi, hand-rolled sushi or temari sushi, then enjoy your fresh creations for lunch. After learning some valuable skills to take home with you, you can join your leader for a short walking tour in the Ginza area and then enjoy a free afternoon in the city. Maybe check out the Yayoi Kusama Museum for its amazing exhibits by the avant-garde artist Yayoi Kusama (advance reservation required), browse high-end shops in Ginza, experience the theatre of a kabuki play, or create your own entertainment with some karaoke.
Day 4: Hakone
Say sayonara to Tokyo this morning and board a train bound for the mountainous onsen (hot spring) town of Hakone. Away from the hustle and bustle of Tokyo, Hakone offers tranquillity among stunning natural scenery. In the afternoon, take a cable car up the mountains to the sulphur vents of Owakudani, followed by a boat trip across the serene Ashinoko Lake. Enjoy spectacular views, and on a clear day, you’ll even catch a glimpse of Mt Fuji in the distance. Later, check in to the Susukinohara Ichinoyu, your Feature Stay accommodation for the evening. Here, you’ll experience the design and ambience of a traditional Japanese ryokan without sacrificing modern comforts. Each room comes with a private onsen, and there are also larger public indoor and outdoor onsens that overlook the surrounding greenery. Tonight, you’ll have dinner at the on-site restaurant which serves up a feast of classic Japanese dishes. Then, spend a blissful evening relaxing in your onsen.
Day 5: Takayama
Today, travel to Takayama via shinkansen (bullet train), with a few changes along the way. Takayama is a charming Edo-period town located in the Japanese alps. Renowned for its traditional inns, sake breweries and tranquil atmosphere, this riverside jewel of central Honshu may well be one of the most enjoyable stops on your trip. When you arrive, head out on a walking tour with your leader who will point out examples of traditional architecture as you explore the old part of town. Learn how the town’s isolated location caused it to develop a unique culinary scene. The area is particularly famous for Hida beef, which comes from a black-haired Japanese cattle breed that has been raised in Gifu Prefecture for at least 14 months. Stop off on your tour to sample delicious Hida beef sushi or skewers. Then pay a visit to the Takayama Showa-kan Museum. This is not your average museum – here you’ll find a celebration of pop culture from the turbulent period of Emperor Hirohito’s six-decade reign.
Day 6: Takayama
Start the day with a visit to the Takayama morning market. The Gifu region is known for its production of high-altitude vegetables, and local women have been travelling in from the countryside to sell their produce for more than 600 years. Your leader will guide you through the market stalls selling colourful pickles, bags of miso wrapped in leaves, genkotsu ame (soy bean candy), preserved fish, spices and the delicious marshmallow treat of owara tamaten. After some time to peruse the local treats, hop on a public bus and head to the village of Shirakawa-go – home to charming thatched-roof cottages built in the gassho-zukuri style. Learn about ancient countryside life with your leader and explore the village with the magnificent backdrop of the Japanese Alps. Enjoy some free time in Takayama after you return in the afternoon. If you like, you can also check out Takayama Festival Floats Exhibition Hall which has an excellent array of festival floats on display.
Day 7: Hiroshima
This morning, you’ll travel by train to Hiroshima – a cosmopolitan city with a tragic past. Today, the city is full of distinctive cuisine, tightknit communities and a focus on promoting world peace. When you arrive, head out with your leader for an orientation walk to familiarise yourself with the city. After working up an appetite, head to a local restaurant for dinner and try some of Hiroshima’s signature dishes. The city is renowned for its fantastic oysters and okonomiyaki – a delicious savoury pancake made with egg, cabbage, soba noodles and meat or seafood.
Day 8: Hiroshima
This morning you’ll visit the Genbaku (A-Bomb) Dome and the Peace Memorial Park and Museum. Your leader will share the devastating story of the fateful day in August 1945 when Hiroshima was attacked by atomic warfare. The dome was just metres from the atomic site and was able to retain its shape – serving as a reminder of the attack and now symbol of peace. The memorial park serves a similar purpose and has museums, memorials and monuments dedicated to the memory of victims, education on what lead to the bomb’s use, as well as advocating world peace. After your visit, take a short ferry ride to the island of Miyajima. The island is home to the Shinto shrine of Itsukushima, known for its huge bright orange gate (torii) that rises majestically out of the sea. Miyajima is an ideal place for walking. There is the lovely Momiji Park from where it is possible to walk or take a cable car up to the top of Mt Misen.
Day 9: Kyoto
As you speed north to Kyoto on shinkansen, you’ll stop on the way at Japan’s most impressive samurai castle at Himeji. The building, which has survived earthquakes and war since the mid-16th century, was restored to its full glory in 2015. Explore the castle that was once home to over 10,000 samurai families, learn about their lives and look out over the castle grounds and the city below. Arrive in Kyoto mid-afternoon. Originally founded as Heian-kyo (literally 'tranquillity and peace capital') by Emperor Kammu in 794, Kyoto had its golden age during the imperial court's heyday from 794 to 1185. Join your leader and walk around Gion, Kyoto’s most famous geisha district, and learn about the history of geisha culture as you explore old wooden teahouses and exclusive restaurants. You might want to return here in the evening when it really springs to life. You may also spot geikos (geishas) or maikos (apprentice geishas) with their elaborate dress and make up on their way out to events.
Day 10: Kyoto
Begin your day with a city tour around some of Kyoto’s sights. Visit the extravagantly decorated Kinkakuji Temple, immortalised in Yukio Mishima’s novel 'The Golden Pavilion'. After, visit Daitokuji Temple – the head temple of the Daitokuji School of the Rinzai sect of Zen Buddhism built about 800 years ago. Take part in a short, guided meditation session, then enjoy a cup of green tea while you speak to a monk about the philosophy of Zen Buddhism and the art of meditation. This spiritual experience will reveal a side of Japan that most visitors don’t get to see and is sure to be one of the lasting memories of your journey. The rest of the day is yours to enjoy – perhaps grab a bite to eat at the Nishiki Market, called ‘Kyoto’s kitchen’ by the locals.
Day 11: Kyoto
This morning, head to Kyoto’s famed Fushimi Inari Shrine – known throughout the world as the ‘Path of the Red Gates.’ Take time to appreciate the quieter corners of the shrine, and if you’re feeling fit, a walk to the halfway point provides stunning city views. Continue with a short train ride and walk to a renowned sake brewery. Your visit to the brewery covers every aspect of sake creation – with full-scale historical artefacts in abundance and a chance to taste different types of sake at the end of your visit. In the evening, celebrate the end of your adventure over dinner with your travel companions at a local restaurant sharing the authentic flavours of Kyoto.
Day 12: Kyoto
There are no activities planned for the day and you’re free to depart at any time after check out. If you’re departing later, you can arrange luggage storage at the hotel. If you’d like to extend your stay in Kyoto, and it’s recommended that you do, just get in touch with your booking agent ahead of time.
Inclusions
  • Meals: 11 breakfasts, 1 lunch, 4 dinners.
  • Transport: Boat, Public Bus, Cable Car, Ferry, Metro, Bullet Train, Train.
  • Accommodation: Hotel (10 nt), Hakone Feature Stay (1 nt).
  • Tokyo - Welcome dinner.
  • Tokyo - Sensoji Temple.
  • Tokyo - Shibuya walking tour.
  • Tokyo - Meiji Jingu Shrine.
  • Tokyo - Yoyogi Park.
  • Tokyo - Shibuya Sky with Drink.
  • Tokyo - Tsukiji Outer Market.
  • Tokyo - Sushi Making Class.
  • Hakone - Cable car/Ropeway.
  • Hakone - Lake Ashinoko boat cruise.
  • Takayama - Leader-led walking tour (with street food sampling).
  • Takayama - Showa Museum.
  • Takayama - Shirakawago Village.
  • Takayama - Morning Market visit.
  • Hiroshima - Okonomiyaki dinner.
  • Hiroshima - Leader-led orientation walk.
  • Hiroshima - Miyajima Island day trip.
  • Miyajima - Itsukushima-jinja Shrine.
  • Hiroshima - Peace Park & A - Bomb Dome.
  • Hiroshima - Peace Museum.
  • Himeji - Himeji Castle.
  • Kyoto - Gion District walk.
  • Kyoto - Kinkaku-ji (Golden Pavilion).
  • Kyoto - Daitokuji Temple.
  • Kyoto - Zen Buddhism meditation session.
  • Kyoto - Fushimi Inari-Taisha.
  • Kyoto - Sake Brewery & tasting.
  • Kyoto - Final dinner.
Departure dates
Start End Availability Price NZD
19 Aug 2024 30 Aug 2024 3 $13,350
22 Aug 2024 02 Sep 2024 6 $11,318
26 Aug 2024 06 Sep 2024 5 $11,020
27 Aug 2024 07 Sep 2024 7 $9,936
29 Aug 2024 09 Sep 2024 5 $10,502
05 Sep 2024 16 Sep 2024 2 $14,465
08 Sep 2024 19 Sep 2024 4 $13,018
10 Sep 2024 21 Sep 2024 3 $14,220
12 Sep 2024 23 Sep 2024 5 $12,573
15 Sep 2024 26 Sep 2024 8 $11,835
17 Sep 2024 28 Sep 2024 5 $11,955
19 Sep 2024 30 Sep 2024 5 $11,835
22 Sep 2024 03 Oct 2024 6 $11,835
24 Sep 2024 05 Oct 2024 5 $14,265
27 Sep 2024 08 Oct 2024 2 $15,035
29 Sep 2024 10 Oct 2024 6 $14,520
01 Oct 2024 12 Oct 2024 4 $15,415
08 Oct 2024 19 Oct 2024 1 $15,035
10 Oct 2024 21 Oct 2024 1 $15,675
13 Oct 2024 24 Oct 2024 6 $15,675
15 Oct 2024 26 Oct 2024 8 $14,780
17 Oct 2024 28 Oct 2024 1 $15,675
20 Oct 2024 31 Oct 2024 3 $15,415
22 Oct 2024 02 Nov 2024 1 $15,675
24 Oct 2024 04 Nov 2024 1 $13,600
27 Oct 2024 07 Nov 2024 1 $15,080
29 Oct 2024 09 Nov 2024 1 $15,080
31 Oct 2024 11 Nov 2024 2 $13,970
05 Nov 2024 16 Nov 2024 4 $14,835
08 Nov 2024 19 Nov 2024 5 $13,725
14 Nov 2024 25 Nov 2024 6 $13,235
19 Nov 2024 30 Nov 2024 3 $12,960
22 Nov 2024 03 Dec 2024 12 $12,485
01 Dec 2024 12 Dec 2024 4 $11,690
05 Dec 2024 16 Dec 2024 11 $11,690
10 Dec 2024 21 Dec 2024 12 $11,690
15 Dec 2024 26 Dec 2024 8 $12,160
09 Jan 2025 20 Jan 2025 7 $12,575
06 Feb 2025 17 Feb 2025 10 $12,465
20 Feb 2025 03 Mar 2025 12 $12,465
27 Feb 2025 10 Mar 2025 10 $12,465
02 Mar 2025 13 Mar 2025 10 $13,820
04 Mar 2025 15 Mar 2025 12 $13,460
06 Mar 2025 17 Mar 2025 8 $13,460
09 Mar 2025 20 Mar 2025 10 $13,460
11 Mar 2025 22 Mar 2025 12 $13,460
13 Mar 2025 24 Mar 2025 12 $14,375
16 Mar 2025 27 Mar 2025 12 $14,375
18 Mar 2025 29 Mar 2025 12 $14,375
20 Mar 2025 31 Mar 2025 11 $14,375
21 Mar 2025 01 Apr 2025 12 $14,375
23 Mar 2025 03 Apr 2025 1 $16,165
25 Mar 2025 05 Apr 2025 9 $14,375
27 Mar 2025 07 Apr 2025 4 $15,015
28 Mar 2025 08 Apr 2025 9 $14,375
30 Mar 2025 10 Apr 2025 12 $14,375
31 Mar 2025 11 Apr 2025 11 $14,375
01 Apr 2025 12 Apr 2025 9 $14,375
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06 Apr 2025 17 Apr 2025 10 $14,375
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08 Apr 2025 19 Apr 2025 9 $14,375
11 Apr 2025 22 Apr 2025 12 $14,375
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13 Apr 2025 24 Apr 2025 12 $14,375
14 Apr 2025 25 Apr 2025 10 $14,375
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10 May 2025 21 May 2025 12 $13,850
13 May 2025 24 May 2025 9 $12,965
15 May 2025 26 May 2025 10 $12,965
18 May 2025 29 May 2025 8 $12,965
20 May 2025 31 May 2025 12 $12,965
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27 May 2025 07 Jun 2025 10 $12,965
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25 Sep 2025 06 Oct 2025 12 $13,850
26 Sep 2025 07 Oct 2025 12 $13,850
28 Sep 2025 09 Oct 2025 12 $13,850
30 Sep 2025 11 Oct 2025 12 $13,850
02 Oct 2025 13 Oct 2025 10 $13,850
03 Oct 2025 14 Oct 2025 12 $13,850
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07 Oct 2025 18 Oct 2025 8 $13,850
09 Oct 2025 20 Oct 2025 12 $14,375
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10 Dec 2026 21 Dec 2026 12 $12,965
15 Dec 2026 26 Dec 2026 12 $13,350