Travel Package to Japan
Ancient Roots & Modern Wonders

Explore Japan’s ancient roots and modern wonders on a thrilling journey through its history and culture by visiting Tokyo, Kamakura, Sawai, Osaka, Naoshima and Hiroshima.

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What's Included in Your Travel Package to Japan

  • 6-Nights Accommodation in Tokyo, Japan
  • 3-Nights Accommodation in Osaka, Japan
  • Private Transfers, Train and Ferry Transportation Where Noted
  • Tours and Attractions
  • 24/7/365 Support from your Travel Designer and our Team
  • All Journeys Customized to Your Wishes

Your Travel Package to Japan Itinerary

Day 1-6 Tokyo, Japan


Conrad Tokyo

The Conrad Tokyo is situated in the heart of bustling Tokyo. The hotel is located 28-37 floors above ground level on Tokyo Shiodome. Guests can admire panoramic views of the Tokyo Bay skyline from this skyscraper hotel and are able to enjoy a downtown location surrounded by major business, and a lively variety of shops and restaurants. At the Conrad, guests are able to discover contemporary luxury with the latest technology and Japanese design. Guests can also indulge in one of the luxurious 290 guest rooms or suites boasting city or bay views. A range of memorable dining experiences awaits at one of four restaurants in this luxury Tokyo hotel.


Welcome to Japan!

Welcome to Tokyo! An English-speaking assistant will be waiting for you upon your arrival at the airport, holding a sign with your name on it. This representative will introduce you to your driver for a transfer back to your hotel.

Meet your driver for an enjoyable airport transfer with a private vehicle.

  • Half-Day Tokyo Tour

Spend a half day discovering Tokyo’s fascinating sites that juxtapose traditional temples and gardens with futuristic skyscrapers. With the help of your local guide, set out to explore the city in the comfort of your private vehicle.

Begin with a visit to the outside of the Imperial Palace, home of Japan’s Imperial Family, before heading to the city’s oldest town of Asakusa. Soak up the atmosphere of the Tokyo of yesteryear, exploring Tokyo’s oldest and most popular temple, Sensoji Temple, also known as Asakusa Kannon Temple. Continue to Meiji Shrine, a shrine dedicated to the deified spirit of Emperor Meiji and a popular place for traditional Japanese weddings.

If time permits, stroll along Omotesando shopping street, a broad tree-lined avenue home to the flagship stores of the world’s top fashion brands. brands. The adventure concludes with a drop-off at your hotel.

  • Trip to Kamakura

Modern Tokyo is the most populous metropolitan area in the world, but nearby Kamakura once held that title. Kamakura was the former de facto capital of Japan and was the seat of the Shogunate during the Kamakura period, from 1185 – 1333, but today is a small, sleepy seaside town renowned for its numerous temples, shrines, and other historical attractions. Travel with your local guide for approximately an hour outside of Tokyo by private vehicle n to discover this historical and spiritual side of Japan.

Start with a visit to Kotokuin Temple, home to the Daibutsu, a giant sitting bronze Buddha towering 43 feet high. Next, explore Hasedera Temple, belonging to the Jodo sect and famous for its 30-foot tall gilded wooden statue of Kannon, the goddess of mercy. The statue depicts Kannon with eleven heads, each representing a characteristic of the goddess, and it is one of the largest wooden sculptures in Japan.

Delve into the spiritual heart of Kamakura at the 12th-century Tsurugaoka Hachimangu Shrine, one of the city’s most popular attractions. The shrine was originally founded by Minamoto Yoriyoshi in 1063, then enlarged and moved to its present site by Minamoto Yoritomo, the first shogun of the Kamakura government, in 1180. The shrine was dedicated to Hachiman, the Shinto god of war and patron of the Minamoto family. End the day at a leisurely pace browsing for local souvenirs and delicacies on Komachi Street.

  • Visit Sawai

Visit the small town of Sawai to visit a traditional sake brewery. Ozawa Brewery was first founded in 1702, making it one of the oldest breweries in the region. Their casual name is “Sawanoi”, taken from the area, Sawai, which is synonymous with some of the clearest waters you can find in the Tokyo area. Their “Okutama” sake is renowned as being one of the most beloved by Tokyoites for generations. You will take a local train to Sawai with a guide (as these are local trains, please be aware that seats cannot be reserved) and after exploring the local area, you’ll be taken to enjoy an early but delicious tofu-based lunch before being taken on a tour of the brewery with the help of a brewery employee who will reveal the secrets of creating sake. The tour is in Japanese, but your guide will be on-hand to translate for you. Afterward, enjoy a cup of sake before visiting the brewery’s sake-tasting center, where you will have the chance to try three to five cups of their delicious sake. Before returning to Tokyo, there will be time to peruse the brewery’s sake shop or explore the beautiful nature of the area.

Please note that with this tour you will have a private guide, but rather than traveling by private vehicle, you will make use of Tokyo’s efficient local transit system.

Day 7-10 Osaka, Japan

  • Conrad Osaka

With beautiful views of Osaka City spread out over the top 11 floors in a prominent 40-story building on the Osaka skyline, the Conrad Osaka boasts four dining options and a heated indoor pool, 164 luxurious rooms in the Guest, Suite, and Executive categories, event and meeting spaces, a heated indoor pool, laundry and cleaning services, and a Club/Concierge floor for guests in the Executive and Suite room categories to ensure guests have all comforts taken care of while staying in the heart of Osaka.

Spacious guest rooms include a flat-screen TV with satellite channels and minibar. Ensuite bathrooms have a Western-style bath, bathrobes and luxurious toiletries. Coffee machine and electric kettle are provided for guests’ comfort. Featuring various spa and wellness facilities on site, the hotel offers a 24-hour front desk and concierge service. Guests enjoy free access to a 24-hour fitness centre and indoor heated pool is available throughout the year.

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  • Meet your guide for a train station transfer with a private vehicle.
  • Board a train from Tokyo with direct service to Osaka. The train ride is approximately 2.5 hours.
  • Upon arrival, an assistant will help you transfer smoothly from one train to the next train.
  • Meet your guide for a train station transfer with a private vehicle.

Osaka is one of Japan’s most vibrant cities and is especially known for its lively people – and its food. Your guide will introduce you to the splendors of Osaka’s casual cuisine, venturing into the epicenter of street food culture in Osaka: Dotonbori. Dotonbori is a famous pedestrian-only restaurant street in Osaka’s boisterous Namba district.

Famous for its vast array of culinary options, Dotonbori is known as a food paradise throughout Japan. This is where Kansai people come to celebrate! Colorful eateries and bars line the neon-filled streets: hole-in-the-wall takoyaki stands and street-side ramen bars rub shoulders with upscale eateries serving the finest wagyu beef – and everywhere, people – young and old – out to enjoy the culinary pleasures of the nation’s most famous restaurant district.

You’ll have the chance to sample a variety of local foods, including the famous and ubiquitous takoyaki (commonly known as “octopus balls”) and kushikatsu (skewered meats and vegetables). The cost of these – and one drink a piece – is included. Your guide can also take you to a huge variety of other establishments, from ramen noodles to izakaya bars. The cost for your orders here will be on you. Afterward, your guide will take you back to your hotel, or direct you elsewhere nearby if you prefer to keep eating and drinking!

  • Tour of Naoshima

With your guide, journey by Shinkansen and local train to Uno Port (1 hour, 45 minutes) where you will catch the ferry to Naoshima.

Spend the day exploring the island. Honmura, a small port town on Naoshima’s eastern coast, is home to the Art House Project, a collection of abandoned houses, workshops, a temple, and a shrine, all of which have been converted into venues for contemporary art by artists from Japan and abroad. 

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The art houses are scattered throughout town, and most of them are unassuming from the street, blending into the surrounding traditional Japanese neighborhood. The interior of each, however, has been given over to artists to convert into whatever suits their artistic vision. 

The Chichu Art Museum is a unique modern art museum built on a hillside overlooking the southern coast of Naoshima. The museum building, designed by Ando Tadao and itself a work of art, is mostly located underground and solely utilizes natural light to illuminate the artwork creating a viewing experience that is heavily influenced by the surrounding natural environment. You will also visit the Benesse House Museum before getting back onto the ferry to Uno and taking the train journey back to Osaka.

Please note that with this tour you will have a private guide, but rather than traveling by private vehicle, you will make use of Osaka’s efficient local transit system.

  • Visit Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park

Journey by Shinkansen (1.5 hours) to Hiroshima with your guide and visit the Hiroshima Peace, Memorial Park. The area where the park now lies was ground zero for the Atomic Bomb on 6th August 1945.

After the bombing, Memorial Park was created and dedicated to those who lost their lives in the attack. Stroll through the park and discover the many memorials, monuments, and statues in the park before heading into the Museum.

From Hiroshima, a short ferry ride will take you to Miyajima Island. A small sacred island located in the Inland Sea, it has been a holy place of Shintoism since the earliest times. Here you will find perhaps the most photographed site in Japan – The Floating Torii Gate. Designated as one of Japan’s ‘3 Most Beautiful Views’, the shrine dates back to the 6th century with the present structure dating back to the 12th century.

The harmoniously arranged buildings reveal the great artistic and technical skill and have been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Mere ‘commoners’ were not allowed to set foot in this holy place, and even now it is forbidden to give birth or die on the island! You will have time to explore the island and its many shrines and temples, and sample local goodies like maple leaf-shaped cakes before heading back to Osaka.

Please note that with this tour you will have a private guide, but rather than traveling by private vehicle, you will make use of Osaka’s efficient local transit system.

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