8 Days KyoTokyo – old meets new

Code: 8 Days KyoTokyo - old meets new
8 Days 7 Nights
  • KajikasoHakone
  • goldenpavilion
  • kiyomizuautumn
  • kyotooldstreet
  • shinkanzen
  • gyoenmae
  • fuji&swan

Kyoto was old capitol of Japan, it has been a holy city with many ancient Shinto shrines and the finest examples of Buddhist architecture, arts, statues and Zen gardens. Kyoto is also popular for many events and festivals which known as “Matsuri”. Gion Matsuri is a yearly festival, popular among the locals of which was listed as UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage, Kiyomizu-dera temple, Kamigamo shrine and other 12 Kyoto cultural properties are registered on the UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

En-routing to Tokyo, have an unique experience ride of Shinkanzen to Hakone, the region of Mt. Fuji. The awe-inspiring of nature offers you zen feeling, a soak in the onsen is a must try unique experience.

Tokyo was then became the capital of Japan. Tokyo is a busy urban hubs, a big metropolitan city, flashing lights, neon advertisement LED giant screens, quirky streets and notorious nightlife district of Kabukicho, Shop till you drop at ura-Harajuku features quirky Japanese rocker, dolly & anime-looked. And Omotesando features international & local premium labels.

Day 1 – Arrive at Osaka, transfer to Kyoto
Hotel: Granvia Kyoto or similar grade

Day 2 – Kiyomizu and Kinkakuji Temples wearing kimono
Enjoy a unique experience dinner with Geisha

Day 3 – Arashiyama, inside Kyoto, a charming ancient town filled with shrines and temples. Most importantly to visit the bamboo forest
Dinner : Sumiki Kapu Ifuki, 2 Michelin Star or similar grade

Day 4 – Kyoto to Hakone by Shinkanzen
Must eat Kaiseki dinner at onsen hotel
Hotel : Kajikaso. Hakone Yumoto or similar grade

Day 5 – Hakone, Mt Fuji – Tokyo
Hotel: Andaz, Conrad, Shangri-la or similar grade

Day 6 – Tsukiji fish market, Skytree. Be thrilled by traditional rickshaw ride start from Asakusa
Dinner: Ginza Kitafuku (Crab) 1 Michelin star

Day 7 – Shibuya, Meiji Shrine, ura-Harajuku

Day 8 – Departure