Family Travel Package to Japan

This Family Travel Package to Japan collectively offers a captivating journey through Japan's diverse culture, history, and modernity, each contributing its unique charm and experiences.

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What's Included in your Family Travel Package to Japan

  • 5-Nights Accommodation inTokyo, Japan
  • 1-Night Accommodation in Nagano, Japan
  • 2-Nights Accommodation in Osaka, Japan
  • 2-Nights Accommodation in Kyoto, Japan
  • 2-Nights Accommodation in Kobe, Japan
  • 2-Nights Accommodation in Hiroshima, Japan
  • Transfers and Transportation
  • Tours and Experiences as Noted in the Itinerary
  • 24/7/365 Support from your Travel Designer and our Team
  • All Journeys Customized to Your Wishes


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Maiko Geishas in Kyoto, Japan

Day 1-5 Tokyo, Japan

Tokyo, the vibrant capital of Japan, presents an abundance of family-friendly experiences beyond theme parks, making it an ideal destination for enriching family vacations. Immerse your family in Japanese culture by exploring iconic landmarks such as Asakusa’s Senso-ji Temple, a historic site that offers a glimpse into the city’s past through its vibrant atmosphere and traditional architecture. The Edo-Tokyo Museum provides a captivating journey through Tokyo’s history, featuring interactive exhibits that engage both children and adults.

Ueno Park offers a serene oasis in the heart of the city, perfect for families to relax amidst cherry blossoms and lush greenery. While there, explore the Tokyo Zoo and Tokyo National Museum, offering educational opportunities and encounters with diverse wildlife and art. For a modern twist, visit Akihabara and Harajuku, vibrant districts known for their unique shopping and quirky fashion, which can be an exciting adventure for all family members. With an efficient public transportation system, Tokyo ensures that families can navigate the city with ease while indulging in cultural experiences that foster a deeper understanding and appreciation of Japan’s heritage.


The Park Hotel Tokyo starts from the 25th floor atrium of Shiodome Media Tower.
We welcome our guests with hospitality in the form of “arrangement”, one of Japan’s aesthetic values, expressed through the medium of art.

Since ancient times, the Japanese have had the wisdom to integrate various aspects of nature into daily life. They have an untiring love affair with the four seasons. At Park Hotel Tokyo, in the areas of ART — Atrium, Restaurant and Travel, we offer our guests first-hand experience of Japanese aesthetics.

Activities in Tokyo, Japan


Day 6 Nagano, Japan

Nagano, Japan, offers a remarkable family vacation experience with its captivating attractions, including the Jigokudani Monkey Park, Zenko-ji Temple, and the charming town of Obuse. The Jigokudani Monkey Park is a must-visit, especially for families. Here, you can witness snow monkeys indulging in the natural hot springs, creating an enchanting and heartwarming spectacle that will surely delight everyone. The opportunity to observe these playful creatures in their natural habitat is a unique and memorable experience that your family will cherish.

Zenko-ji Temple, an ancient and revered Buddhist temple, is another highlight of Nagano. The temple holds deep historical and spiritual significance, offering a serene atmosphere for your family to explore and appreciate. A visit to Zenko-ji Temple can provide insights into Japanese culture and religious practices, and your family can also take part in the traditional custom of rubbing the “Key to Paradise” for blessings and good fortune.

The town of Obuse, with its quaint streets and artistic heritage, is an excellent addition to your Nagano itinerary. Known for its connections to the famous ukiyo-e artist Hokusai, Obuse offers delightful experiences like visiting the Hokusai Museum and exploring charming shops and galleries. The tranquil ambiance and cultural richness of Obuse make it a wonderful destination for families seeking an authentic and immersive Japanese experience. With a perfect blend of nature, history, and culture, Nagano promises an unforgettable journey for your family.

ACCOMMODATIONS: Yadoya Shiroganeya

XL Japanese Style Room includes breakfast & dinner

My great-grandfather Uichiro Tsukada established it in 1936 as the Togakushi region’s first lodging establishment that wasn’t a temple. The building was renovated and restored starting in 2017 for a period of two years, bringing it back to its historical state from the Taisho to the early Showa era. Apparently hard to find today, large zelkova and chestnut trees are extensively employed to construct a grand edifice.

In order to keep you warm and comfortable even in the bitter cold of winter and to be able to endure earthquakes with a seismic intensity of five or higher, we spent a lot of time and effort on earthquake resistance and insulation construction while yet retaining the oldness of the building. This property is a ryokan, which is a type of traditional Japanese Inn

Activities in Nagano, Japan


Day 7-8 Osaka, Japan

Osaka, Japan, beckons as a captivating metropolis that seamlessly marries tradition and modernity, offering a multifaceted experience that caters to every traveler’s desires. As you step into this vibrant city, you’ll be greeted by a landscape adorned with towering skyscrapers and historic landmarks, painting a rich tapestry of past and present.

Indulge in Osaka’s culinary prowess by embarking on a gastronomic journey through its renowned street food scene. Dotonbori, an iconic entertainment district, comes alive with a dazzling display of neon lights and bustling eateries. Delight your taste buds with local delights like takoyaki and okonomiyaki, and witness the energetic atmosphere that characterizes Osaka’s lively urban spirit. Transitioning into tranquility, the serene Osaka Castle Park invites you to explore its lush gardens and moats, surrounding the awe-inspiring Osaka Castle. This historical treasure offers a glimpse into Japan’s feudal past, allowing you to immerse yourself in the city’s historical heritage. Whether you’re captivated by the vibrant street scenes or captivated by the echoes of history, Osaka promises a captivating journey that will linger in your memory long after you’ve departed its lively streets.


Nestled in the fun-filled heart of Shinsaibashi, on Midōsuji Boulevard, take in a fab city in Osaka, Japan, the W way. Reboot all your social needs at the electric nightlife scenery of Dotonbori just around the corner. W Osaka seamlessly blends Japan’s celebrated cultural heritage with bold contemporary designs in a rarified milieu of playful chic and boundless luxury. Immerse yourself in super social and mouthwatering dining experiences. Later, kick back in style in one of our extra-comfy hotel rooms.

Asserting its tall presence in the city’s busy urban streetscape, a black monolith façade designed by world-renowned architect Tadao Ando exposes a minimalist exterior, while concealing a colorful interior. Truly narrating a story of simplicity extravagance with bold contemporary designs in a rarified milieu of playful chic and boundless luxury.

Activities in Osaka, Japan


Day 9-10 Kyoto, Japan

Kyoto, Japan, stands as a living testament to the country’s rich history and cultural heritage. This ancient city exudes an air of elegance and serenity, captivating visitors with its temples, shrines, and traditional architecture. As you walk through the charming streets, you’ll be transported to a bygone era, where the past seamlessly intertwines with the present. The iconic Kinkaku-ji, or Golden Pavilion, is a shimmering masterpiece set amidst lush greenery, reflecting in a tranquil pond – a sight that epitomizes the beauty and grace of Kyoto. Delve into the serene ambiance of Fushimi Inari Taisha, where thousands of vibrant torii gates create a mesmerizing pathway through the forested mountainside, offering a spiritual journey that captivates the heart and soul.

Beyond the historical treasures, Kyoto offers a profound cultural immersion. Gion, the city’s renowned geisha district, enchants with its traditional wooden machiya houses and the possibility of spotting geiko and maiko gracefully strolling the streets. The timeless beauty of Kiyomizu-dera, a wooden temple perched on a hill, provides panoramic views of the city and vibrant foliage in the fall. Kyoto’s seasonal allure is unmatched, with cherry blossoms painting the landscape in spring and fiery maples adorning the scenery in autumn. Whether you’re exploring the exquisite artistry of Nijo Castle’s architecture or wandering through the tranquil Arashiyama Bamboo Grove, Kyoto’s essence resonates deeply, offering an enchanting blend of history, culture, and natural beauty that lingers long after you’ve left its enchanting embrace.

ACCOMMODATIONS:  Good Nature Hotel Kyoto

Japan’s largest green wall awaits you in the lobby. As the first hotel in the world to receive WELL Certification (v1) Gold Rank, we pursue comfort of both mind and body through a wide range of activities and local tours exclusively for hotel guests. The hotel is thoroughly committed to guest wellness and the environment through cutting-edge sustainable tourism.

Ideal location for sightseeing, right in the heart of Kyoto, and just a 10-minute walk to the popular Gion area, a 20-minute bus ride to Kiyomizu Temple, and only a 3-minute walk to Kamo River for a great riverside walk.

Activities in Kyoto, Japan


Day 11-12 Kobe, Japan

Kobe, Japan, stands as a captivating city that harmoniously blends urban sophistication with natural beauty, creating an inviting destination for travelers. Nestled between the majestic Rokko Mountains and the sparkling waters of Osaka Bay, Kobe boasts a unique charm that resonates through its picturesque landscapes and vibrant cityscapes. Renowned for its world-class cuisine, Kobe is synonymous with Kobe beef, a culinary delicacy that exemplifies the city’s dedication to excellence. As you wander through its streets, you’ll encounter a harmonious blend of historical landmarks, modern architecture, and a welcoming spirit that leaves an indelible mark on every visitor.

A stroll through Kobe’s charming neighborhoods reveals a juxtaposition of old and new, as traditional Japanese machiya houses coexist with contemporary skyscrapers. The iconic Kobe Port Tower stands tall along the waterfront, offering panoramic views of the city and its surrounding natural beauty. The rejuvenated Kobe Harborland district showcases a maritime entertainment haven with attractions like shopping complexes, restaurants, and the captivating Kobe Maritime Museum. Meanwhile, the Nunobiki Herb Garden provides a tranquil escape atop Mount Rokko, enveloping visitors in the soothing scents and vibrant colors of its lush gardens. Whether you’re savoring delectable cuisine, immersing yourself in the city’s history, or admiring its stunning landscapes, Kobe beckons with its distinct allure and promises an enriching experience for all who venture here.

ACCOMMODATIONS:  Oriental Hotel Kobe

Hotel is surrounded by the ocean on three sides. Enjoy quintessential Kobe scenes as the harbor, Kobe Port Tower, and Kobe Maritime Museum stretch out beneath your eyes. Each guest room has a balcony so that you can enjoy the glittering ocean and urban nightscape, which change with each passing hour. Your stay will evoke an elegant voyage by ship as you relax in the salt breeze blowing in off the ocean.

With a passenger ship terminal on its second floor, the hotel invites guests to enjoy Kobe’s unique ambience as a port town as they watch luxurious passenger liners and yachts arrive in port from voyages that have taken them around the world. The hotel building features a landscape design that lets it blend into the surrounding environment even as it serves as a landmark in the harbor. Its exterior evokes white waves rising up from the ocean, reflecting our hope that its gentle curves will disappear seamlessly into the ocean beneath and the sky above.

Activities in Kobe, Japan


Day 13-14 Hiroshima, Japan

Hiroshima, Japan, is a city that carries both a poignant history and a vibrant spirit of resilience. Forever etched in the global consciousness due to the tragic events of World War II, Hiroshima has transformed into a symbol of peace and hope. The Hiroshima Peace Memorial, commonly known as the Atomic Bomb Dome, stands as a solemn reminder of the city’s past while serving as a beacon of remembrance and a call for a world without nuclear weapons. The Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park further commemorates the lives lost with its serene landscapes, poignant monuments, and the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum, which offers a comprehensive account of the atomic bombing’s impact.

Beyond its historical significance, Hiroshima embraces life with unwavering optimism. The bustling Hondori Shopping Street showcases the city’s contemporary energy, offering a plethora of shops, restaurants, and entertainment venues. The tranquil Miyajima Island, just a short ferry ride away, is home to the iconic Itsukushima Shrine with its “floating” torii gate, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that captivates visitors with its ethereal beauty during high tide. Hiroshima’s resilient spirit is embodied in its people, who have transformed tragedy into a catalyst for peace, making the city a powerful testament to the human capacity for renewal and hope.

ACCOMMODATIONS: The Knot Hiroshima

When we experience the history, life, culture and of Hiroshima, we return to our essence of being human. For example, before having a meal, think about who you are eating with, not what you are eating. Who do we live for, not what do we live for. In this breathtaking city of islands, you can feel the magnificent sea and breathe the fresh mountain air. As your gaze drifts towards the vast blue, tracing the afterimage of the light reflected on the water’s surface, you think of the past, the present, and the future.

Hiroshima is famous around the world for places like Miyajima—a World Heritage Site—and the Peace Memorial Park and THE KNOT brand wanted to maximize this global reach while maintaining its strong connection to Hiroshima. We want to be a space that is open to all and where everyone is treated equally. The signage of THE KNOT HIROSHIMA uses many languages: Japanese, English, Hangul, Chinese, and more. While functioning as a universal sign, it also exists as art. This bringing together of a wide variety of languages clearly expresses the identity of THE KNOT brand.

Activities in Hiroshima, Japan


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