Japan - Höhepunkte | 10 Tage

Ab 3.699 € pro Person im Doppelzimmer

Ihr Reisepreis kann je nach Reisezeit und Hotelauswahl, etc. differieren!

PINK Notiz:

Die Highlights in Japan.

(B) = Breakfast, (L) = Lunch, (D) = Dinner

Day 01 : Arrive in Tokyo

Arrive in Tokyo. Transfer from airport to hotel on your own.  After check in please take a rest or enjoy exploring the area near your hotel.
Overnight at Keio Plaza Hotel or similar.

Day 02 : Tokyo - Day and Night Private Walking Tour

We begin the day visiting the Imperial Palace East Gardens, which are a part of the inner place area and are open to the public.  In the Japanese constitutional monarchy, the emperor does not have any political power, however the emperor is the symbol of the State, of the unity of the people, and undertakes official and public duties. 

After stopping by the emperor’s family residence we move on to Asakusa area, which is famous for the Senso-ji, a Buddhist temple, and Nakamise shopping street arcade.  While NEW Tokyo is known to be the most populated and high tech advanced metropolitan city, you can see the OLD Tokyo in the Asakusa area.  

We will have lunch at a local restaurant. After lunch, we will transfer to Shibuya Crossing, what is known-to-be the busiest intersection in the world.  It is like a giant beating heart, sending people in all directions.  At peak times there is said to be over 1000 people who cross at a time, coming from all directions at once yet still managing to dodge each other with a practiced, nonchalant agility.

Then we will visit the extreme calm and serene Meiji Jingu Shrine where there are 700,000 square meters forest existing in the heart of Tokyo, bristling with skyscrapers.   You will experience extreme contrast of “OLD & NEW” and “MODERN & TRADITIONAL” as they co-exist in Tokyo.

At Night, our Gay English speaking assistant will show you the biggest gay area named “Shinjuku Nichome”.  There are more than 300 gay bars in this area, and our assistant will take you to Japanese Sake gay bar and Whiskey gay bar.
(B, L)

Day 03 : Tokyo - Day at Leisure

Discover your Tokyo where you can find anything from tasty street foods to elegant gourmet foods, from high fashion at Ginza to popular teens fashion at Takeshita street, as well as countless of cultural sites.

Day 04 : Hakone - Unesco World Heritage Mount Fuji

Today you will leave for beautiful Hakone, Japan’s most famous resort town known for it’s onsens (hot springs) and mountainous scenery. Hakone is set within the Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park and surrounds beautiful Lake Ashi. You travel on the express train named Hakone Romance car to Hakone, and explore dynamic Hakone area using Hakone Free Pass on your own.

(e.g.) Enjoy a cable car ride with a spectacular view of Mount Fuji, with a stop at Owakudani, which is a famous crater in Hakone and much of the area is an active volcanic zone filled with sulfurous fumes and hot springs. At the top, you will get the opportunity to feast on freshly boiled “Black Eggs"!  “Black Eggs” you say?  Yes, but don’t worry, they are regular chicken eggs. 

The water that they are boiled in contains sulfur and iron.  It may smell because of sulfur but they are completely safe.  Then, visit scenic Lake Ashi and ride a pirate boat to catch the best view of Mt. Fuji.

15:00 PM Check in at the Onsen resort hotel where you will have an elegant Japanese muti-course dinner, hot spring experience, and enjoy the nature of the surrounding area.
Overnight at Ryokan Kajikaso or similar.

Day 05 : Hakone to Takayama

After checking out the hotel, you will then travel using the Shinkansen bullet train & express train to Takayama where we find the mountainous Hida region of Gifu prefecture.

Takayama retains a traditional touch like few other Japanese cities, especially in its beautifully preserved old town.

After checking into the hotel at Takayama, enjoy taking a walk in this small town.
Overnight at Takayama Ouan Hotel or similar.

Day 06 : Takayama - Shirakawago - Kanazawa

You will take a highway bus to Shirakawago that was declared a UNESCO world heritage site in 1995 and it is famous for traditional gassho-zukuri farmhouses, some of which are more than 250 years old. Visit the old houses to feel the local Japanese living style, and enjoy lunch on your own.

After 3-4 hours sightseeing in Shirakawago, take the highway bus heading to Kanazawa.
Check into the hotel at Kanazawa and relax.
Overnight at Hotel Mystays Premier or similar.

Day 07 : Kanazawa - Kyoto

During the Edo period Kanazawa served as the seat of the Maeda Clan, the second most powerful feudal clan after the Tokugawa in terms of rice production and fief size. Accordingly, Kanazawa grew to become a town of great cultural achievements, rivaling Kyoto and Edo (Tokyo). Today, Kanazawa remains an important city in its region and serves as the capital of Ishikawa prefecture.

The city boasts many historical attractions such as restored residences and districts, as well as modern museums. But Kanazawa's unchallenged main attraction is Kenrokuen,  one of Japan's "three best landscape gardens" and considered by many to be the most beautiful of them all.

Please explore beautiful Kanazawa city on your own.

In the evening travel to  Kyoto by express train.
Check into the hotel in Kyoto and relax.
Overnight at Daiwa Royal Hotel Grade or similar.

Day 08 : Kyoto - Private Tour

Today we will travel throughout enchanting Kyoto, exploring Arashiyama, including the Garden of Tenryu-ji Temple, another UNESCO World Heritage site, and wander through the magical Bamboo Grove Forest. Then we will visit the exquisite Kinkaku-ji (Golden Pavilion) and watch its reflection glitter on the surface of the reflecting pond. 

After lunch at a local restaurant, we will visit one of the signature UNESCO World Heritage sites, the Kiyomizu-dera temple, with over 1200 years of history.  This is the most-visited temple in Kyoto and was built to honor Kannon, the goddess of mercy.  It’s beautiful hillside location offers spectacular views of both the city and valley below. 

As the final spot for the day, we visit the Fushimi Inari shrine which is famous for its thousands of vermilion tori gates.  Many blessings will be with you after visiting so many temples and shrines.(B/L)

Day 09 : Kyoto - At Leisure

Discovery your Kyoto where you will find the most traditional culture existing in Japan.

Day 10 : Tour End

Transfer from the hotel to the airport, or extend your stay in Kyoto or another city.

Beachten Sie bitte:

Individualreise - keine Gruppe
Beginn der Reise täglich möglich, Mindestteilnehmerzahl: 2 Personen.
Preise gültig bis 31.12.2019.
Programm- und Hoteländerungen bleiben ausdrücklich vorbehalten.
Unterkunftsbilder sind Wohnbeispiele.
Einreisebestimmungen unter: Service & Info „Auswärtiges Amt“.

Eingeschlossene Leistungen:

+ Unterbringung in guten Mittelklassehotels
+ Verpflegung: Tägliches Frühstück, Mittagessen am Tag 2+8
+ 1 Tag Besichtigung Tokyo mit öffentlichen Verkehrsmitteln
+ Am Tag 2 Tokyo Gay Bar Nachttour
+ Japan Rail Pass 7 Tage, 2. Klasse
+ 1 Tag Hakone Romance Car Expresszug am Tag 4
+ Hakone Free Pass Ticket für 2 Tage
+ Gepäcktransfer (1 Gepäckstück pro Person)
+ Privater Ausflug in Kyoto am Tag 8

Nicht eingeschlossene Leistungen:

- Getränke und nicht aufgeführte Verpflegungen
- Ausgaben persönlicher Natur
- Internationale Flüge
- Ihr Reiseschutz

Preise pro Person in Euro

Anzahl Personen 2 4
  3.699 3.229
Einzelzimmerzuschlag auf Anfrage