Arrive at Haneda Airport – Japan. Transfer to hotel.Hotel check in after 1500 hrs. Overnight in Tokyo.
After breakfast, visit Asakusa Temple. This temple is also known as Sanja-sama and is one of the most famous Shinto shrines in Tokyo. Asakusa shrine is part of a larger grouping of sacred building in the area. Later depart for Team Lab – Digital Art Museum. Later Visit Honda Robot Show and Orientation tour- Tokyo Station, Imperial Palace, Diet Building etc, drive Thru -Tokyo Sky Evening free time in Ginza. Overnight in Tokyo.
Tokyo - Nikko Day Trip
After breakfast, Depart for Nikko Day Trip. Nikko is a small city in Tochigi Prefecture, in the mountains north of Tokyo. Visit Lake Chuzenji which is a scenic lake in Nikko National Park. It was created 20,000 years ago when Mount Nantai erupted and blocked the river. And also visit Kegon Waterfall. Later Visit Toshogu shrine which is UNESCO world heritage site. Overnight in Tokyo.
Tokyo - Hakone - Hiroshima
Morning after breakfast, first we will enjoy the Lake Ashi Cruise. Lake Ashi is a scenic lake in the Hakone area of Kanagawa. It’s a crater lake that lies along the southwest wall of the caldera of Mount Hakone, a complex volcano. The lake is known for its views of Mt. Fuji. Later visit Togendai ropeway and Owakudani valley. Later Depart in bullet train to Hiroshima. Overnight in Hiroshima.
Hiroshima - Okayama
Morning after breakfast, visit Peace Memorial Park and Museum, Miyajima Island and Itsukushima shrine and free time for Hondori Shopping. After dinner Depart for Okayama by bus. Overnight in Okayama.
Kurashiki - Kobe - Osaka
After breakfast check out from hotel. Visit Kurashiki Canal, Earthquake museum, Mt. Rokko and Osaka Castle (Inside view). Overnight in Osaka.
Kyoto - Nara day trip
After breakfast, depart for Kyoto – Kinkakuji Temple (Golden Pavilion), Fushimi Inari Shrine. Later visit Nara- Todaiji Temple and Deer Park. Overnight in Osaka.
Morning Check out from Hotel & take flight back to home.
New Otani Inn Tokyo
Oriental Hotel Hiroshima
Okayama International Hotel
Hotel Plaza Osaka
The most appreciate Asakusa Temple combines architecture, centres of worship, Japanese gardens and traditional markets to offer visitors a modern day look at Japan’s rich history and culture. The temple is basically dedicated to kanon the Buddhist goddess of mercy. It is one of the most beautiful and colourful temples in Tokyo, which holds a special importance on the history of Japan. And the culture of Japan also plays a vital role in developing this beautiful monument. This historic beauty stands as an epic, most preferred and most visited destination in Japan.
Tokyo Skytree Pass By
The Tokyo Skytree is a television broadcasting tower and landmark of Tokyo. It is the centerpiece of the Tokyo Skytree Town in the Sumida City Ward. With a height of 634 meters (634 can be read as "Musashi", a historic name of the Tokyo Region), it is the tallest structure in Japan and the second tallest in the world at the time of its completion, It’s completed in 2012. A large shopping complex with aquarium is located at its base.
TeamLab Borderless is a group of artworks that form one borderless world. Artworks move out of the rooms freely, form connections and relationships with people, communicate with other works, influence and sometimes intermingle with each other, and have the same concept of time as the human body.
People lose themselves in the artwork world. The borderless works transform according to the presence of people, and as we immerse and meld ourselves into this unified world, we explore a continuity among people, as well as a new relationship that transcends the boundaries between people and the world.
Honda Robot Show
ASIMO stands for Advanced Step in Innovative Mobility. It was created by the engineers of Honda Motor Co., Ltd., one of the leading car manufacturers in the world. This humanoid robot was introduced in 2000 and has been tagged as “The World’s Most Advanced Humanoid Robot.” ASIMO was created with the purpose of duplicating the complexities of human motion and helping the people in their mobility. And as the study and development for ASIMO continue, a number of demonstrations are also being held in different parts of the world to encourage and inspire students to be engaged in learning science.
Everyone is invited to meet ASIMO and be amazed at what it can do at Honda Welcome Plaza. Located in Aoyama, Tokyo, the demonstration show on ASIMO features its history and the beginnings of Honda’s robot technology, its physical attributes and characteristics, and the future it holds with other Honda Robotics. ASIMO also demonstrates its capabilities wherein it can walk, run at 9 kilometers per hour, jump, and hop on one leg. It can even talk, sing, and do the sign language. You can also have your picture taken with ASIMO at the end of its performance. The whole show usually runs for about 30 minutes.
Imperial Palace Pass By
The current Imperial Palace (Kokyo) is located on the former site of Edo Castle, a large park area surrounded by moats and massive stone walls in the center of Tokyo, a short walk from Tokyo Station. It is the residence of Japan's Imperial Family. Edo Castle used to be the seat of the Tokugawa shogun who ruled Japan from 1603 until 1867. The palace was once destroyed during World War Two, and rebuilt in the same style, afterwards. The current palace grounds were the site of Edo Castle, and before that, the residence of warrior Edo Shigetsugu. The land was close to Hibiya, which was then a beach, and was a strong flatlands location, strengthened by moats.
The inner grounds of the palace are generally not open to the public. Only on January 2 (New Year's Greeting) and December 23 (Emperor's Birthday), visitors are able to enter the inner palace grounds and see the members of the Imperial Family, who make several public appearances on a balcony.
National Diet Building - Pass By
The National Diet Building is the building where both houses of the National Diet of Japan meet. Sessions of the House of Representatives take place in the left wing and sessions of the House of Councillors in the right wing. The Diet Building was completed in 1936 and is constructed out of purely Japanese materials, with the exception of the stained glass, door locks, and pneumatic tube system. The German-influenced three-storey National Diet Building on Kasumigaseki Hill in Nagatacho is Japan's parliament and center of government and a well-known Tokyo landmark.
Tokyo Station photo stop
Tokyo Station is a beautiful, nostalgic red brick building and is on the must-see for every tourist in Japan. Tokyo Station is an important hub that for major JR Lines such as Yamanote and Chuo and for several shinkansen bullet trains. Almost 3,000 trains arrive and depart at Tokyo Station on a single day and when traveling around Tokyo. The station premises has a large variety of shops and restaurants and unique souvenir shopping. However, the station is so large, it’s easy to get lost!
Evening free time in Ginza
The Ginza is Tokyo's most famous upmarket shopping, dining and entertainment district, featuring numerous department stores, boutiques, art galleries, restaurants, night clubs and cafes. Ginza district was the site of a silver coin mint (Ginza means "silver mint" in Japanese). Ginza is the most expensive area in Tokyo. One square meter of land in the district's center is worth over ten million yen (even over 30 millions Yen for commercial properties), making it one of the most expensive real estate in Japan. It is where you can find the infamous $10 cups of coffee and where virtually every leading brand name in fashion and cosmetics has a presence.
Ginza’s main street called “Chuo Dori” is approx 1 km long and the street is closed for traffic for pedestrians to walk freely on weekends. The street is lined up with massive department stores, boutiques, souvenir stores and it’s the best place to shop both Japanese and international brands. Along with the luxury stores like Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Gucci, Bvlgari and more, there are also affordable shops like Uniqlo, H&M, Zara, GU, GAP and electronic gadgets shops like Big Camera (electronic department store),Sony show room and Apple Store.
Lake Ashi Cruise
Lake Ashi is said as the most beautiful lakes in the world. It lies in the caldera of Mount Hakone, formed over 200,000 years ago due to a volcanic eruption. It stretches about 8km long and is surrounded by mountains on all sides. It is an extremely picturesque lake and it is known for the view of Mt.Fuji and scenic boat rides. This scenic boat rides by volcanic mountains is highly recommended by the visitors, just enjoy this ride and make your trip memorable.
Togendai Ropeway - Owakudani
This ropeway ride takes you over the Owakudani, which is the area around a crater and was created during the last eruption of Mount Hakone some 3000 years ago. Today, much of the area is an active volcanic zone where sulfurous fumes, hot springs and hot rivers can be experienced. Additionally, Owakudani has good views of Mount Fuji on clear days.
Lake Chuzenji is a scenic lake in the mountains above the town of Nikko. It is located at the foot of Mount Nantai, Nikko's sacred volcano, whose eruption blocked the valley below, thereby creating Lake Chuzenji about 20,000 years ago.
Chuzenjiko's shores are mostly undeveloped and forested except at the lake's eastern end where the small hot spring town of Chuzenjiko Onsen was built. From the late 19th to the early 20th centuries, villas of European embassies were built around this lake as a summer resort. Today, there are the villas of embassies of France, Belgium and Britain.
In 1998, Tochigi Prefecture bought the Italian Embassy Villa built in 1928.
Toshogu Shrine is the final resting place of Tokugawa Ieyasu, the founder of the Tokugawa Shogunate that ruled Japan for over 250 years until 1868. Ieyasu is enshrined at Toshogu as the deity Tosho Daigongen, "Great Deity of the East Shining Light". Initially a relatively simple mausoleum, Toshogu was enlarged into the spectacular complex seen today by Ieyasu's grandson Iemitsu during the first half of the 1600s.
The lavishly decorated shrine complex consists of more than a dozen buildings set in a beautiful forest. Countless wood carvings and large amounts of gold leaf were used to decorate the buildings in a way not seen elsewhere in Japan, where simplicity has been traditionally stressed in shrine architecture. Visitors may note that Toshogu contains both Shinto and Buddhist elements. It was common for places of worship to contain elements of both religions until the Meiji Period when Shinto was deliberately separated from Buddhism. Across the country, Buddhist elements were removed from shrines and vice versa, but at Toshogu the two religions were so intermingled that the separation was not carried out completely.
The almost 100 meter tall Kegon Waterfall is the most famous of Nikko's many beautiful waterfalls. In fact, it is even ranked as one of Japan's three most beautiful falls.
Kegon Waterfall is the only exit for the waters of Lake Chuzenji. It can be seen from a free observation platform that is easily accessible on foot, as well as from a paid platform at the base of the falls. The paid platform is accessed via a 100 meter deep elevator and offers more impressive views. The sight of Kegon Waterfall in combination with Lake Chuzenji can be enjoyed from Akechidaira Observatory, which is accessible by ropeway from Akechidaira Plateau.
Owakudani is a volcanic valley with active sulphur vents and hot springs in Hakone, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan. It was created around 3000 years ago, as a result of the explosion of the Hakone volcano.
It is an Island where Gods’ live together, Miyajima Island, a standout amongst the most picturesque spots in Japan, has for some time been viewed as an Island of Gods on the wonderful Seto Inland Sea. It is a romantic and authentic island where Itsukushima Shrine, a World Heritage site, is situated, alongside the Virgin Forest of Mt. Misen, and various preserved shrines and historical monuments.
Peace Memorial Park & Museum and Atomic Bomb Dome
Hiroshima’s peace memorial park is one of the most prominent feature of the city. Its trees, lawns and walking paths are in the stark contrast to the surrounding downtown area. Before, the bomb blast the area of what is now the Peace Park was the political and commercial heart of the city. The park’s main facility is the Peace Memorial Museum. It consists of two buildings and the museum surveys the history of Hiroshima and the advent of nuclear bomb.
The island takes its name because of this shrine. Originally named Itsukushima the same as the shrine and subsequently Miyajima which literally means Shrine Island. The floating torii was the entrance gate for this shrine, once accessed by boat directly to the shrines own pier. The shrines spirituality is intense, even crowded with people so it’s not surprising that the island has been recognised as a spiritual place for so long. The shrine was believed to have been first founded in 593 although the first documented record isn’t until 811 and the basis of the current design dates back to 1168.
Visit Kurashiki Canal town
Kurashiki Canal Area is located in Okayama Prefecture and was once an important distribution center for large quantities of rice during the Edo Period (1603-1868). From Kurashiki large amounts of rice were distributed to the surrounding areas. It is one of the reasons you will see many warehouses along the canal. Although today they are no longer used as storage, but have been converted into restaurants, shops, and museums. The canal area is also known as Kurashiki Bikan Historical Quarter and is one of the most picturesque old merchant quarters in Japan.
Kurashiki was placed under the direct control of the Tokugawa Shogunate because of its value as a trade center for rice. It stored rice that would later be transferred to Osaka and Edo (present day Tokyo). The canals were built as a way to allow boats and barges to move easily to the different storehouses. Great efforts were made to maintain the look and atmosphere of the Edo merchant days. Even though not all of the Kurashiki Canal Area was preserved, the ones located in the center provide a good idea on how the system used to be. The white walls and black tiles are indicators on which buildings were once storehouses.
On January 17, 1995 at 5:46 am, the city of Kobe was hit by the Great Hanshin Awaji Earthquake, resulting in the death of more than 5000 people and the destruction of tens of thousands of homes. Earthquake Museum commemorate the tragic event and to educate visitors about earthquakes and disaster prevention.
Mount Rokko is the highest peak in the Rokko mountain range, which provides the pleasant green backdrop to the city of Kobe. Panoramic views of the heavily urbanized Hanshin region (Kobe and Osaka) can be enjoyed from the mountain .
Osaka Castle in Japanese is the most famous landmarks in Japan and that too for a good reason. The five-story castle is one of the most visually spectacular creations in the country, with the history that dates back almost 450 years. The castle itself is so beautiful with inland parks and greenery, just enjoy your entire day here with your loved one underneath the beautiful trees. It is also famous for its spectacular stone wall. And most importantly it is highly recommended by the visitors on their visit to Japan.
Todai-ji Temple With Deer park
Todaiji is one of the most impressive temples in Japan, and plays a major role in Japanese history through the ages.
You approach Todaiji Temple through the Nandaimon (Great Southern Gate), where you are confronted by the fierce Nio figures that guard the approach to the Great Buddha. Carved by famous sculptors Unkei and Kaikei, around the 12th century AD, they are two of the finest examples in Japan. The Daibutsuden (Great Buddha Hall), one of the world’s largest wooden structures, is breathtaking in its scale and architecture. Standing in front of the hall, you will see a large octagonal bronze lantern: one of the temple’s oldest treasures.
Completed around 752 during the Nara Period, this World Heritage temple was commissioned by Emperor Shomu to bring peace to a tumultuous period: in addition to losing his infant son, there had been a smallpox epidemic, crop failures and an attempted coup.
The Daibutsu (Great Buddha) is Japan’s largest at 15m high. Cast from over 400 tons of bronze and originally gilded, the whole nation was involved in its construction. Several attempts at casting the Buddha failed before success was finally achieved in 752. Ambassadors from as far away from India, Persia and China attended the dedication ceremony and the gifts they brought with them were kept in the Shoso-in treasure house, behind the hall. Be sure to walk behind the statue to see the models of how the temple site originally looked.
The grounds around the main temple are also well worth visiting. There are extensive gardens and several museums and treasure halls. To the right of the main temple, the Nigatsudo hall features some fine Buddhist carvings and sweeping views over Nara. From there the path continues to Kasugataisha Shrine.
Also nearby are the Isuien traditional Japanese garden, Kohfukuji Temple and its renown Buddhist statue museum, and the Nara National Museum, with its superb collections of Nara Period art.
Discussing about a gorgeous sight the gold-plated primary corridor of this tremendously famous sanctuary in northwest Kyoto is apparently the greatest sight in the whole city. The lobby transcends its reflecting lake like a phantom and in case you're sufficiently fortunate to be here on a splendid bright day, you nearly need shades to take a gander at it.
Fushimi Inari Taisha Shrine
Fushimi shrine is an important Shinto shrine in southern Kyoto. Shrine means a holy place, which is famous for its thousands of vermilion torri gates, which connect a network of trails behind its main buildings. The hike to the summit of the mountain and the back takes about 2-3 hours. Many hikers only venture as far as here as the trails splits into circle route of the summit. It is simply the most impressive and the most memorable sights in Kyoto.
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