Location : Japan
Duration : 6 Nights/ 7 Days



Many first-time visitors to Japan are often surprised to learn that, as one of the world's most advanced industrialized nations, this relatively small Asian country also boasts a rich and fascinating history that dates back thousands of years. Indeed, long before many of Europe's most spectacular cathedrals were built, Japan's Shinto and Buddhist temples were already well-established and drawing pilgrims and patrons for their often elaborate designs and décor. At the same time, the country was already perfecting the skills and trades that would set it on the path to riches, from fine porcelains and ceramics to textiles such as silk. Much of this rich tradition has, despite wars and natural devastation, been preserved (or rebuilt), and a visit to Japan is a memorable adventure. Boasting an endless list of top attractions, things to see and do, and points of interest to explore, a vacation in Japan is certainly a great investment of time and money. Discover the best places to visit in the country with our list of the top-rated tourist attractions in Japan



• Experiencing the urban charm of Tokyo while visiting its most iconic destinations
• Travel aboard the famous Shinkansen, Japan’s high-speed bullet train
• Relive the horrific past at the Peace Park of Hiroshima
• Visit the gorgeous golden Kinkaku-Ji and its immaculate original gardens
• Walk through Nara Park and see the wild deer within the park

Detailed Day Wise Itinerary

  • Day : 1 MUMBAI - TOKYO

    Welcome to Amazing Japan by Seventh Sky Holidays – Japan is sa country that manages to seamlessly blend the ultra-modern and traditional like no other nation! Touch down in Tokyo and transfer to the hotel in the world’s most populous metropolis. Check-in and spend the rest of the day relaxing and getting ready for a cultural voyage through the ‘Land of the Rising Sun’.

    Overnight stay at hotel.
  • Day : 2 TOKYO

    After breakfast, We’ll head towards Odaiba, It is a high-tech entertainment hub on an artificial island in Tokyo Bay. Later we head across town to Asakusa, Tokyo’s old town and soak in the atmosphere of the city when it was once called Edo. Visit Sensoji, Tokyo’s oldest temple and wander down Nakamise, a centuries-old shopping street, home to a variety of traditional, local snacks and tourist souvenirs later onwards to Digital art museum, Toyota mega web, Venus fort, 100Yen shop & one of the three Statue of Liberty in the world. After that, we’ll head back to the hotel driving by the Rainbow bridge.

    Overnight at Tokyo
  • Day : 4 TOKYO

    After breakfast, We’ll head towards the Imperial Palace, It 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, and the residence of Japan’s Imperial Family. The stone bridge in front is called Meganebashi (Eyeglass Bridge) for its looks. Next, we’ll have photo stops at Tokyo tower & Sky tree. Get a glimpse of Japan’s technological advancement with the Asimo robot show. We’ll end the day with a visit to Akihabara.

    Overnight at Tokyo

    Today after breakfast, We’ll be visiting Mt. Fuji 5th station (depending on weather conditions), Mt. Komagatake Ropeway, Cruise on Lake Ashi. Later proceed to Hiroshima by Bullet train. From Mishima.

    Overnight in Hiroshima

    After breakfast, We’ll go to The Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park, which is located at the center of Hiroshima City. The A-Bomb Dome, also known as the Hiroshima Peace Memorial, is what remains of the former Prefectural Industrial Promotion Hall. The building served as a location to promote Hiroshima’s industries. When the bomb exploded, it was one of the few buildings to remain standing and remains so today. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the A-Bomb Dome is a tangible link to Hiroshima’s unique past. Later Proceed to Osaka.

    Overnight at Osaka
  • Day : 6 OSAKA

    Today After Breakfast, Well leave Osaka in the morning aboard a bus, heading inland toward Kyoto. Before arriving in the city itself, stop in the beautiful district of Arashiyama, which has been a popular nature-viewing destination since the Heian Period. Take a stroll through the cool Sagano Bamboo Forest and listen to the distinct rustle of bamboo leaves as you walk. Later, drive through Kyoto proper and arrive at Kinkaku-Ji, or the Golden Pavilion. Admire postcard-perfect views of the illustrious temple reflected in the mirror-like pond it overlooks, and then wander through the sprawling garden that retains its original design from the 14th century. After Kinkaku-Ji, board your bus again and head south to Nara. Take a short walk through Nara Park, famous for the 1,200 or so wild deer that live freely within the park. Within Nara Park, you will find the Todai-Ji Temple, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Following your time in the historic temple, hop aboard your bus again and make the trip back to Osaka.

    Overnight at Osaka.
  • Day : 7 DEPARTURE

    After breakfast, We’ll proceed for the sightseeing of Kobe. – Kobe is a city on Osaka Bay in central Japan. It is known for its signature marbled beef and scenic setting of mountains framing the harbor. and then transfer to the airport to catch the return flight.

    Take a flight back to Mumbai.
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