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Japan Adventure – 13 Days

Created with Sketch. Hakone, Kyoto, Nagano, Tokyo, Osaka, Mount Fuji, Wakayama
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13 days 12 nights

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Arabic, Chinese, English, Francais


Start in Tokyo and end in Kyoto! With the Adventure tour Japan Adventure – 13 Days, you have a 13 days tour package taking you through Tokyo, Japan and 6 other destinations in Japan. Japan Adventure – 13 Days includes accommodationin a hoteland hostel as well as an expert guide, meals, transport and more.

From the neon lights of buzzing Tokyo to ancient temples on snowy mountain tops, Japan is a feast for the senses and INTRO is the most amazing way to experience it! You’ll walk the streets of one of the world’s busiest and most futuristic cities, watch monkeys bathe in hot springs, roll your own sushi, visit ancient shrines and castles, get taught to wield a sword by a Samurai master, stay overnight with monks in a 1000 year old Buddhist temple and much more!

One of the real highlights of Japan Adventure is the unique mix of amazing accommodation you’ll get to experience. From high end ‘flashpacker’ hostels and futuristic hotels to a beautiful traditional Japanese Inn known as a ‘Ryokan’ surrounded by natural hot springs. Plus a once in a lifetime stay at a 1000 year old Buddhist temple set high in the mountains!

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  • Save Now, Travel Later with Unlimited Date Changes
  • Visit ancient temples, colourful shrines and majestic castles
  • Discover red-faced snow monkeys in the mountains
  • Experience high end & unique accommodation from futuristic to traditional
  • Learn the ways of the Samurai and wield the iconic sword
  • Spend the night in a 1000-year-old Buddhist temple
  • + We'll plant 10 trees for every INTRO Travel tour booking!


Day 1: Arrive and meet the Group

Kon’nichiwa and welcome to Tokyo! Today you’ll arrive into one of the world’s buzziest, most forward thinking cities. Checking in to your hostel, you’ll then meet up with your travel crew and get excited for the adventures to come.

Day 2: Tokyo City Tour and Nightlife

Today is all about discovering all that Tokyo has in store. First up, we’ll pay a visit to one of the country’s oldest temples, Senso-ji Temple, before checking out the Meiji Shrine. Colourful, eclectic and fashion forward Harajuku is up next, before we brave the iconic Shibuya Crossing, the world’s busiest intersection. After dinner this evening, we’ll then squeeze in to one of the hilariously tiny bars in the district of Shinjuku.

Day 3: Fish market, Sushi Class & Arcades

The organised chaos of the vast and impressive Tsukiji Fish Market is first on the agenda. We’ll then meet up with a sushi master to try our hand at the art of sushi rolling, before venturing over to the futuristic sights and sounds of Akihabara. Known locally as the ‘Electric City’, it’s famous for its arcades, maid cafes, Japanese photo booths and all things modern.

Day 4: Travel to Nagano, Sake Tasting and Brewery Visit

Now’s your chance to experience Japan’s famous bullet train for real. Shooting out of Tokyo at over 200mph, we’ll reach Nagano just in time for a sake tasting, Japan’s national drink. Feeling decidedly buzzed after our visit to the local brewery, we’ll then settle in to our Ryokan style hostel, where you’ll be sleeping on traditional tatami mats and Japanese style futon bedding.

Day 5: Snow Monkeys and Shiga Kogen National Park

We’ll be venturing out into the mountains today to spot the region’s famous snow monkeys,

or Japanese Macaques. These red faced trouble makers play amongst the trees in the summer months & warm by bathing in the natural hot springs once winter hits. Enjoying the fresh mountain air, we’ll then take our time exploring the gorgeous lakes and forests of the Shiga Kogen National Park.

Day 6: Travel from Nagano to Hakone

It’s back on board the bullet train this morning, this time bound for Hakone. Famed for hot springs, natural beauty and (of course) Mount Fuji, we’ll check in to our trendy hotel that comes complete with its very own onsen.

Day 7: Hakone to Osaka

You might not be walking the plank, but you will be exploring Hakone by pirate ship (and cable car) this morning, keeping eyes peeled for views of snow capped Mount Fuji. We’ll then journey on to Osaka, and head straight out to explore the vibrant canal region of Dotonbori. Dinner will be on us, where we’ll fuel up for a night out, Osaka style.

Day 8: Osaka Castle

This morning you’ll have time to yourself

to chill and maybe squeeze in a spot of shopping, before we head out as a group to visit the 400 year old Osaka Castle. Looking like something straight out of a fairytale you’ll struggle not to get house envy as we explore the grounds and hear stories of Japanese history and legends, including the country’s most famous warriors, the Samurai.

Day 9: Koyasan Temple Stay

Ready for something extra special? Today we have just the thing - an overnight stay in a 1000 year old Buddhist temple. Leaving Osaka behind we’ll travel to the mountains for the town

of Koyasan, where we’ll be welcomed into the temple by the monks who live there. They’ll teach us meditation, serve us their traditional foods, and lead us through a night time stroll of Japan’s largest cemetery.

Day 10: Koyasan to Kyoto

It’s an early start today, but well worth it

to watch the Buddhist monks perform their morning prayer ritual and fire ceremony. We’ll then be served breakfast before travelling on to our final destination, Kyoto. After checking in to our boutique hostel, you’ll have time to yourself to explore Japan’s ancient capital.

Day 11: Bamboo Forest, Golden Pavilion & Geishas

Green, lush and vibrant, the Insta famous Bamboo Forest of Arashiyama is our first stop today. Photos snapped, we’ll then head to the luxurious Golden Pavilion, so named for being covered entirely in gold, before finishing our day in the district of Gion, best known for being the home of Japan’s beautiful and mysterious Geishas.

Day 12: Fushimi-Inari & Samurai Experience

Ending our trip on a high, today we’ll visit the famous Torii gates of Fushimi-Inari. One of Japan’s most iconic and photographed shrines, the orange gates stretch all the way up the mountainside. This afternoon, and maybe saving the best till last, you’ll then learn how to wield a traditional samurai sword under the watchful eye of a sensei, a descendant of the Samurai.

Day 13: Check out and Onward Travel

Your unforgettable 13 day adventure comes to an end today. Those flying home will make their way to the airport, or keep living the dream and extend your stay in Kyoto or Japan with our help and the new friends you’ve made.


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