From iconic city tours, cycling experiences, rickshaw rides and even a Universal Studios theme park experience — choose from a variety of optional self-guided and guided tours for a discovery of Japan with a twist. Cater the programme to the family’s interest while touring the popular cities of Tokyo, Kanazawa, Miyajima, Kyoto and Osaka.

Trip Highlights

Luxury for Families

Tour iconic sites of Tokyo

Visit Asakusa’s famous Senso-ji Temple, stroll the streets of Kitchenware Town and explore the futuristic man-made island of Odaiba.

Self-guided days through Japan

Have the freedom to choose from suggested activities and plan the day sightseeing Japan’s main cities according to the family’s interests.

Explore old Kyoto and Osaka

Hop on a traditional Japanese rickshaw ride through historic Arashimaya and choose to take the family to the exciting Universal Studios.



Arrival in Tokyo

Narita International Airport (NRT) to Central Tokyo: 1.5 h Haneda International Airport (HND) to Central Tokyo: 50 min

Upon arrival to Tokyo’s airport, be received by the representative to assist with transport to Hotel Gajoen via private vehicle.

After the check-in, spend the rest of the day at leisure until dinner in one of the hotel’s more astonishing restaurants.

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Start (guided tour): 09:00 or 09:30 Duration: 8 h

This morning, depart alongside the guide to Asakusa, one of Tokyo’s shitamachi (old towns) where a traditional atmosphere still lingers in the air. It is possible to arrange a private car to tour the city with (must be booked in advance; supplementary charges apply).

The first stop is Senso-ji, the most famous temple in Tokyo. The guide will explain some basic temple customs, from purifying the hands to praying and paying respect to ancestors. In the small stalls nearby, get a chance to try some Japanese snacks before moving onto the next destination.

A short walk from the temple is Kappabashi, the so-called Kitchenware Town lined with dozens of specialized stores for knives, Japanese tableware, and even food replicas. Try the art of crafting plastic replica food in one of the specialty shops, an interesting souvenir to take home!

Around noon, stop by one of the local restaurants for lunch. Although there’s a variety of food to choose from, Asakusa is particularly known for its delicious tempura.

In the afternoon, embark on a river cruise to Odaiba, a man-made island with a stunning view of the city and its futuristic buildings. Conclude the tour with a ride on a giant Ferris wheel, enjoying the view of Tokyo from up high.

The itinerary is entirely flexible and can be altered to accommodate any other sites within the city.

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Food Tour (Oishii Tokyo)



Start: 10:00 Duration: 5.5 h

Today, see a different side of the iconic Mt. Fuji and support local businesses in the small town of Fujinomiya. The adventure will begin with a pick-up at Shin-Fuji Station at 10:00. After dropping off any extra luggage for storage, take a stroll through the local shotengai, a type of traditional shopping street lined with a variety of shops that is typical in Japan. They can be open-air, or covered arcades that are pedestrian-only zones. Spend some time browsing the shopfronts and a small, local shrine. Seeing how different the shops are from back home is an endless source of entertainment!

Having worked up an appetite for lunch, stop for a yakisoba making session. After learning how to make this delicious Japanese stir-fried noodle dish, tuck in to a hearty meal.

After enjoying this delicious meal, head to the next activity – a kimono fitting followed by a visit to a UNESCO World Heritage designated shrine. Learn about the history of this iconic garment before donning a set of robes and exploring more of the town. A local shrine will provide a stunning cultural and historical backdrop for some beautiful photos.

Next, take part in a Japanese sweet-making workshop with a local artisan. Wagashi are traditional Japanese confections that are often delicately shaped to reflect the beauty of the changing seasons, and frequently harmoniously paired with bitter matcha green tea.

End the lovely day out with a cup of tea before heading to the nearby ryokan for a traditional Japanese lodging experience, or back to bustling Tokyo for the evening.


Mt. Fuji is a very shy mountain and it is visible when the weather is clear.

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Today is a self-guided day.

Optional experience (1): Samurai Sword Lesson

Take a closer look at one of Japan’s cultural legacies: the art of samurai sword fighting. Meet with some of Japan’s leading experts for an interactive workshop.

Learn about the samurai fighters and their role in Japan’s military history. Then the instructors will share their personal stories, how they became involved in samurai sword performance and how the art has evolved over the years.  Some of the instructors have helped to choreograph the fight scenes of big-budget Hollywood movies or have acted in famous films.

Watch a short demonstration, marvelling at the fluidity of the process. Inspired by this incredible spectacle, grab a sword and learn some of the basic movements. The instructor will show the proper way to draw the sword from its sheath and how to pose in a traditional manner. Then learn how to swing the sword, using a combination of movements to gracefully manoeuvre the blade. Armed with this basic set of skills, choose a partner for a short session of swordplay practice.

After this unforgettable experience as a traditional samurai, bid farewell to the instructors and step back into the modern city of Tokyo.


Duration: 1.5 h

Note: Needs to be booked in advance (subject to availability and supplementary charges).

Optional experience (2): Cool Tokyo Cycling

This afternoon, cycle through the vibrant backstreets of Tokyo. Meet the guide, who is sometimes accompanied by his adorable dog “Jack-san,” at Sasazuka Station, and head together to the cycling studio for   a bicycle and helmet fitting. On the way, listen to some fascinating insights and entertaining anecdotes about the local neighbourhood, and get some useful explanations from the guide about Tokyo’s cycling etiquette and today’s itinerary.

When everything is ready, depart for today’s cycling tour. Leave Sasazuka with the guide, and cycle to the first location, enjoying the best of Tokyo’s urban design and natural environment on the way. Depending on the season, enjoy the surrounding foliage, which is especially beautiful in the spring when the plum and cherry blossoms bloom, and in the autumn, when the trees are a blaze of colour. There will be several cultural and architectural design stops along the way, where the guide will share interesting information and allow some time for photos.

Bike through Tokyo’s backstreets, local shotengai (small commercial streets) in hip neighbourhoods such as Shimo-Kitazawa, and some little-known parks, seeing the guide’s favourite areas and shops, and stopping for a break at a charming café.

Next, head back to Sasazuka where bicycles will be returned to the guide, and either freely keep exploring Tokyo independently, head back to the accommodation to freshen up, or join the guide and the rest of the group for a local meal such as gyoza (pan-fried dumplings).


Start: 10:00, 15:00, or 18:00.

Duration: 3-4 h

Journey: 10 km (mostly cycling, a bit of walking and light sightseeing also involved).

Minimum age? 12 yo?

Optional Activity (3): Anime & Manga Otaku Tour

Today’s tour will begin at 09:00. Enjoy a full, guided day in Tokyo discovering some of the city’s most famous areas for Japanese pop culture, locally known as “Cool Japan!”

Begin the day with a class at a Japanese school in Central Nakano, learning not just the history of manga but also the unique style of drawing the world-known Japanese cartoon.

Afterwards, visit Nakano Broadway, a four-level shopping mall purely dedicated to manga and anime. Most of the goods sold here are related to the golden era of Japan’s manga and anime industry, featuring some of the famous ‘70s characters such as Astroboy and UFO Robot Grendizer.

From Nakano, travel by train to Harajuku and explore Takeshita Street, an area in Tokyo that is popular among the youth representing the latest fashion trends. Harajuku Takeshita Street is without a doubt the centre of the kawaii (“cute”) culture in Tokyo. With a stroke of luck, catch a glimpse of ‘cosplayers’ or teenagers showing off their unique fashion styles.

Just around the area is the fascinating Kawaii Monster Café. This themed restaurant feels more like an amusement park rather than a dining area and is probably the most colourful café-restaurant in Japan. Enter the stomach of a monster and taste strange-looking but delicious meals and pastries while watching a show that features the staff of the restaurant.

Later in the day, explore the quirkier side of Japan by visiting Akihabara, the district in Tokyo famous for its hundreds of electronics shops, and more recently, for being the centre of Tokyo’s anime, manga, video game, and figurine culture. Explore the inner streets of Akihabara, which most mainstream tourists don’t usually see.

End today’s tour in one of the unique Japanese Maid Cafés, where waitresses address their customers as go-shujin-sama (“Master”) or o-hime-sama (“Princess”). This is the time to rest those tired feet, enjoy a serving of a kawaii drink, and take a photo with one of the cute maids.

As an option, take this amazing opportunity to make the memories of a lifetime by cosplaying as a beloved anime character in the otaku paradise of Akihabara (additional charges apply).

Note: The order of this itinerary may change depending on the location of the hotel.


Start: around 09:00

Duration: approx. 8.5 h

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Tokyo – Kanazawa

Tokyo Station to Kanazawa Station: 3 h

Today is a self-guided day.

Today is free at leisure to explore Tokyo until the included afternoon train journey to Kanazawa via shinkansen (bullet train) in Gran Class.

Optional Activity (1): Traditional Kanazawa: The Evening Food Scene

With a name which literally translates to “marsh of gold,” Kanazawa has long been considered the home of Japanese high culture and traditional handicrafts such as gold leaf crafts and kaga yuzen silk dyeing. It is said that the prefecture is home to 36 different types of arts and crafts.

Today’s tour will begin at 18:00. Head off into the quaint and historic streets and alleyways of the Higashi Chaya district, which are lined with teahouses where geisha traditionally entertain their clients. The knowledgeable and friendly guides tell historical anecdotes and offer riddles to solve along the way, making the experience a truly interactive one.

After having explored the neighborhood, it is time for a delicious meal at a traditional Japanese restaurant – an izakaya – for a distinctly Japanese experience. Learn more about the food culture of the area while tasting a variety of seasonal dishes and washing them down with some drinks.

At the end of this delightful evening in charming company, either continue to explore the city or head back to the hotel for some well-deserved rest. (D)


Start: 18:00

Duration: 2.5 h

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Start (guided tour): 09:00Duration: 8 h

Together with the guide, visit the pristine Kenroku-en Garden, ranked as one of Japan’s top three gardens. Discover the oldest water fountain in the country, a couple of teahouses, and a large villa that used to be the retirement home of one of the richest clans in Kanazawa.

Adjacent to the garden is Kanazawa Castle, easily accessed through the Ishikawa-mon Gate, a designated Important National Cultural Asset.

Lunch can be in one of the local restaurants in Omicho Market, known throughout Japan for its fresh seafood and fine sushi.

Lastly, visit Higashi Chaya, one of the three, well-preserved chaya (teahouse) districts in Kanazawa. It also has several artisan shops, including Hakuza, a specialized store that sells gold leaf products and features a tearoom covered in gold.

*including pick-up/drop-off and transit times

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Kanazawa – Miyajima

Kyoto Station to Hiroshima Station: 1 h 45 min

Today is a self-guided day.

This morning is at leisure until the departure for Miyajima. After the long train journey, visit Hiroshima city center or head directly by train and ferry to Miyajima, a small sacred island located in the Seto Inland Sea. Explore the island and sample some local delicacies like oysters, saltwater eel, and maple leaf-shaped cakes.

As an option, a guide service and a private car can be arranged upon request (must be booked in advance; supplementary charges apply).

Alternative tour: Hiroshima by Bike

Today’s tour will begin at 10:00. Join the local guide at the designated meeting point where all the necessary equipment will be provided to start this cycling tour of Hiroshima focusing on the city’s rich historical heritage.

Start with the main monument and main attraction in Hiroshima, the Hiroshima Peace Memorial - also known as the A-bomb Dome. Formerly the Prefectural Industrial Promotion Hall, designed by Czech architect Jan Letzel, this building was the only one to remain standing in the wake of the bomb blast. It serves as a stark reminder of the devastation of war.

Then, proceed to the Peace Memorial Park. Constructed near the hypocentre of the nuclear bomb detonation site, this 120,000 square metre park commemorates the victims and stands in hope of a peaceful world. See the neighbouring Peace Memorial Museum, which showcases the history of Hiroshima before WWII, and the efforts of Japan to promote peace in the subsequent years after the end of the war.

Then, head to Higashisenda Park to see the remains of a stone building that endured the blast of the explosion.

Lunch can either be enjoyed in the park on a fine day, or in a restaurant nearby.

Once done with the meal, cycle to Miyuki Bridge, located in the suburbs of Hiroshima. It displays a picture taken on the bridge just 3 hours after the explosion, where survivors of the bomb gathered to get assistance from a nearby police station.

After this, go to the former Hiroshima Army Clothing Depot, a building that withstood the explosion largely unscathed, and which served as a relief station for the survivors to get medical treatment. An iron door that was distorted by the A-bomb blast can be found on the premises.

At the end of the tour, head back to the initial meeting point with the guide, by cycling along the Peace Boulevard and Kyobashi Bridge. After dropping off the bicycle, either go back to the accommodation or keep exploring Hiroshima for the rest of the day.


  • Participants must have a minimum height of 145 cm. Child seats are available upon request.

Distance and journey time (approximation):

Within 15 km, round trip, 3 h

Availability and time:

Only available on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays.

From 10:00 to 13:00, or 10:00 to 14:00 in the event that guests choose the lunch option.

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Hiroshima & Miyajima

Today, meet up with the guide and start exploring Miyajima Island by public transportation. As an option, a private car can be arranged upon request (must be booked in advance; supplementary charges apply).

First, head Itsukushima Shrine, declared as one of Japan’s three most beautiful views. The shrine is designed in a pier-like structure and dates back to the 6th century. Its huge vermillion o-torii gate seems to be floating in the water during high tide.

Walk towards the mountain to visit Daisho-in, the most visited Buddhist temple on the island. Along the stairs is a row of spinning sutras that lead up to the main hall. It is believed that anyone who spins these sutras will be blessed.

From the island, a short ferry ride leads to Hiroshima. Visit the Peace Memorial Park and Museum which displays the history of Hiroshima before the bombing and exhibits a moving collection of articles, from the personal belongings left by the victims to the damages caused by the bombing.

Then, see the heart-rending A-Bomb Dome, the ruins of the former Industrial Promotion Hall of Hiroshima. From the dome, crossover Motoyasu Bridge and stop by the Children’s Peace Monument that features a statue of a young girl and a number of booths filled with colorful paper cranes.

Heading towards the museum, pass by the Cenotaph for the A-Bomb Victims, designed by the 1987 Pritzker Prize winner, Kenzo Tange. Below the arch-shaped stone is a chest that holds the registry of those who perished from the bombing.

Afterwards, head back to the ryokan in Miyajima.

Optional Activity: Kayaking in Miyajima

Another scenic option to travel from the mainland to Miyajima is via kayak.

The instructor will provide a briefing on the day’s course, and there will be a chance to get comfortable in the kayaks on the beach before entering the sea. It is possible to kayak all the way out to the Floating Torii Gate- a fantastic photo opportunity.

After snapping some photos, take a break on the shore of Miyajima. Wander through the local stores and pick up some souvenirs before paddling back across the Inland Sea.


  • The base of the iconic torii gate will undergo large-scale repairs from June 2019, expected to last for 14 months. The gate will be surrounded by scaffolding and the view will therefore be obstructed during this time.
  • The meeting point is located in the mainland, a 10-minute walk from Maezora Station.


Start: 09:30 or 13:00

Duration: 3 h

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Miyajima – Kyoto

Today is a self-guided day.

Afterwards, get ready for the journey to Kyoto, home to around 2,000 shrines and temples, 17 of which are designated UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

Upon arrival at Kyoto Station, our private chauffeur will take guests to the hotel. After check-in, the rest of the day is at leisure.

Optional Afternoon Experience:

In Kyoto, take part in a cultural activity such as ikebana (flower arrangement), origami (paper folding), Maiko makeover experience or kenbu (samurai-sword dance).

Otherwise, visit the Kyoto International Manga Museum and Toei Kyoto Studio Park.


  • Families who would like to upgrade their stay in Kyoto can choose the Four Seasons Kyoto Hotel Residence (supplementary charges apply).

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Start (guided tour): 09:00 Duration: 8 h *including pick-up/drop-off and transit times

Today’s tour starts with a visit to Nijo Castle, an ornamental castle that was originally built to serve as the private villa of a powerful feudal lord. The main building was completed in early 1600s and has since then been known for its Momoyama-style architecture, decorated sliding doors, and “chirping nightingale” floors.

Next on the list is the serene Ryoan-ji Temple, which is famous for its well-maintained rock garden and known to be the home of the Myoshinji School of the Rinzai Buddhist sect.

Just a short distance from Ryoan-ji is the stunning golden pavilion collectively known as Kinkaku-ji Temple. The temple grounds are relatively smaller than that of most temples and shrines in Kyoto, but what is undoubtedly impressive is the pavilion that is completely covered in handmade gold-leaf.

A visit to Kiyomizu-dera Temple follows later in the day. The view from the 13-meter high building is indeed breathtaking and the fact that this veranda was built without using any nails or joiners is quite unbelievable.

The tour ends with a stroll along the busy streets of Higashiyama district, a collection of narrow alleyways lined with local stores, souvenir shops, small eateries, and even pottery centers.


Kiyomizu-dera is currently undergoing renovations, with proposed completion in 2020

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Start: 10:00 Duration: 3 h

Start the day with an interactive class teaching how to prepare a traditional Japanese bento box with a twist. Chara-ben (“kyaraben”) is the short term for character bento, a style of preparing lunch boxes with the food decorated to look like a famous cartoon character or cute animal.

Go to the designated machiya, a traditional Japanese wooden townhouse, to meet an English-speaking local food instructor. After a brief introduction, begin the three-hour session of learning the basics in cooking and preparing an artistic yet delicious Japanese bento.

Finish today’s activity with a lively conversation over a hearty meal.

The rest of the day is at leisure.

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Start (guided tour): 9 h Duration: 4.5 h *including pick-up, drop-off, and transit time

Get a different perspective of Kyoto with a memorable rickshaw ride through the heart of the Arashiyama district. Meet with the guide at the hotel lobby and transfer by public transportation to Arashiyama. As an option, a private car can be arranged upon request (must be booked in advance; supplementary charges apply).

The Arashiyama rickshaw tour begins at Togetsukyo Bridge, one of Arashiyama’s most recognizable landmarks. Snap photos of the wooden bridge and the peaceful Katsura River. Then hop on a traditional Japanese rickshaw and enjoy an extensive tour of historic Arashiyama.

The expert driver will pull the rickshaw around the main highlights of the area as well as some hidden gems. The rickshaw is the perfect way to see Arashiyama, covering more ground than a walking tour but still slow enough to enjoy the sights and sounds of this charming town.

Weave in and out of local neighbourhoods, getting a closer look at the machiya, or traditional Japanese houses. Pass by Nonomiya Shrine which served as the setting of The Tale of Genji, a book commonly referred to as the world’s first novel.

Upon reaching the end of the tour, return to Togetsukyo Bridge, bidding farewell to the rickshaw driver and continue to explore the area with the guide.

The rest of the day is at leisure.


  • The duration of the rickshaw tour can be 60 mins or 120 mins.

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Kyoto – Osaka, via Nara

Today, explore the ancient capital Nara with the guide, travelling around on a private car until Osaka. Nara is a small town that used to be Japan’s capital for 74 years during the 8th century. Most of its main tourist spots are located around Nara Park, where a great number of tamed deer reside.

Visit Todaiji Temple, the world’s largest wooden building and home to Japan’s largest Buddha, or Kasuga Taisha, Nara’s most celebrated shrine.

Afterwards, part with the guide in Nara and continue the journey to Osaka, Japan’s culinary capital. Osaka’s flamboyance, fun-loving people, and amazing food make up for what it lacks in tourist attractions.

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Today is a self-guided day.

Optional tickets: Universal Studios Japan

A unique experience awaits in Osaka - a visit to one of the country’s most dynamic theme parks, Universal Studios Japan.

Spend the entire day trying out the rides in all of the exciting areas of the park, including Jurassic Park, Waterworld, Amity Village, Hollywood, New York, San Francisco, Universal Wonderland, Minion Park, and The Wizarding World of Harry Potter. There are plenty of theme shops where fans can purchase cute items, and also restaurants and cafés where visitors can relax and recharge before continuing on with the adventure.


  • Tickets need to be arranged in advance (subject to availability).

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Departure from Osaka

Central to Kansai Airport (KIX): 2 h

The rest of the day is at leisure until the included private transfer to Kansai International Airport.

Important Information


  • Hotel accommodation with daily breakfast
  • Meals as mentioned in the itinerary (B = Breakfast, L = Lunch, D = Dinner).
  • Meet and greet at the airport and return private transfers to the airport.
  • Green car shinkansen and train tickets from Tokyo Station to Kanazawa Station on Day 5, Kanazawa Station to Hiroshima Station on Day 7; Hiroshima Station to Kyoto Station on Day 9.
  • Private transfer by car from Kyoto to Osaka, via Nara on Day 13.
  • English-speaking guides for Days 2, 6, 8 and 13.
  • Entrance fees and transportation fees as mentioned in the itinerary for Days 2, 6, 8 and 13.
  • Mt. Fuji Culture and Ecotour on Day 3.
  • Character bento-making class in Kyoto on Day 13.
  • Arashiyama Rickshaw Tour on Day 12.
  • Self-guide app and customized travel documentation


  • International and domestic flights (quoted separately).
  • Some local transport (e.g. some local city buses, taxi transfers, etc.).
  • Meals other than mentioned above.
  • Personal expenses (e.g. drinks, laundry, telephone, and other expenditures of a personal nature).
  • Travel insurance (please see below).
  • Other services not clearly indicated in the package inclusions above.

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