Japan and Kyoto -6N/7D

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6 Nights / 7 Days


Accommodation: 3/4 star Hotel's


Vehicles: Private Based on group size


Flights: Round Trips


Trip starts at: Kathmandu


Food: BLD


Trip Ends at: Kathmandu


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Explore the vibrant streets of Tokyo, where ancient temples and modern skyscrapers coexist. Journey to Kyoto for a glimpse of traditional Japan, with visits to historic temples and tranquil bamboo groves. Indulge in authentic cuisine and immerse yourself in the rich culture of both cities. Finally, return to Kathmandu with memories of a captivating journey through Japan's past and present.

Outline Itinerary

Day 1: Arrival in Tokyo Day 2: Tokyo Exploration Day 3: More Tokyo Exploration Day 4: Travel to Kyoto Day 5: Kyoto Sightseeing Day 6: More Kyoto Exploration Day 7: Farewell

Detail Itinerary

Upon arrival in Tokyo, check into your hotel and freshen up. Begin your exploration of Tokyo by visiting the historic Asakusa district. Explore the Senso-ji Temple, one of Tokyo's oldest Buddhist temples, and Nakamise Shopping Street, lined with traditional shops and street food stalls.Take a walk along the Sumida River or visit the nearby Tokyo Skytree for panoramic views of the city.In the evening, enjoy dinner at one of the local izakayas (Japanese pubs) or try some authentic ramen at a nearby noodle shop.

Start your day with a visit to the Meiji Shrine, nestled in a lush forested area in Shibuya. Take a peaceful stroll through the shrine grounds and witness traditional Shinto rituals. Explore the trendy neighborhood of Harajuku, known for its vibrant street fashion and quirky shops. Don't miss Takeshita Street, a bustling pedestrian street filled with colorful shops and cafes.Head to Shibuya Crossing, one of the busiest pedestrian intersections in the world. Experience the iconic scramble crossing and soak in the bustling atmosphere of Tokyo's Shibuya district.In the evening, consider visiting Shinjuku for its lively nightlife scene, or enjoy dinner at one of the many local eateries serving delicious Japanese cuisine.

Spend your third day in Tokyo visiting iconic landmarks such as the Imperial Palace, the official residence of the Emperor of Japan. Take a leisurely walk around the palace gardens and learn about Japan's imperial history.Explore the vibrant neighborhood of Akihabara, known as Tokyo's "Electric Town." Browse through countless electronics stores, anime shops, and gaming arcades.For a cultural experience, visit the beautiful Senso-ji Temple again in the evening, when it's illuminated with soft lights, creating a magical atmosphere.Sample Japanese street food at Ameya-Yokocho Market or enjoy a traditional Japanese tea ceremony at a local tea house.

Check out from your hotel in Tokyo and travel to Kyoto via the Shinkansen (bullet train). The journey takes approximately 2.5 to 3 hours.Upon arrival in Kyoto, check into your hotel and take some time to rest.In the afternoon, visit the iconic Kinkaku-ji (Golden Pavilion), a Zen Buddhist temple covered in gold leaf. Explore the beautifully landscaped gardens surrounding the pavilion.Enjoy dinner at a traditional Kyoto-style restaurant, where you can savor kaiseki ryori, a multi-course meal showcasing seasonal ingredients.

Start your day with a visit to Fushimi Inari Shrine, famous for its thousands of vermillion torii gates that lead to the sacred Mount Inari. Take a leisurely hike through the forested trails and enjoy panoramic views of Kyoto from the summit.Explore the historic district of Gion, known for its traditional wooden machiya houses and geisha culture. Stroll along Hanamikoji Street and keep an eye out for geisha and maiko (apprentice geisha) walking to their appointments.Visit Nijo Castle, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and former residence of the Tokugawa shoguns. Explore the castle's Ninomaru Palace, known for its exquisite painted sliding doors and "nightingale floors" designed to squeak when walked upon to alert of intruders.In the evening, attend a traditional tea ceremony or enjoy a kaiseki dinner at a local ryokan (traditional Japanese inn) for an authentic cultural experience.

Spend the morning exploring Arashiyama, a scenic district located on the outskirts of Kyoto. Visit the iconic Arashiyama Bamboo Grove and take a peaceful stroll through the towering bamboo groves.Visit Tenryu-ji Temple, a UNESCO World Heritage Site known for its beautiful Zen garden and stunning mountain views.Explore the charming streets of Sagano, dotted with traditional shops, cafes, and restaurants. Don't miss the opportunity to take a romantic boat ride along the Hozu River.In the afternoon, visit the vibrant Nishiki Market, known as "Kyoto's Kitchen," to sample local delicacies and pick up some souvenirs.

Check out from your hotel in Kyoto and travel back to Tokyo by Shinkansen.Depending on your flight schedule, you may have some free time in Tokyo for last-minute shopping or sightseeing.Transfer to the airport and board your flight back to Kathmandu, marking the end of your memorable journey through Japan.

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