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13 Day Essence of Japan

Tauck Tour starting in Tokyo and finishing in Tokyo

Book online and enjoy exclusive savings on Tauck's 13 Day Essence of Japan. Traditional arts, tranquil gardens, colorful pagodas, and ancient shrines are just some of what you'll experience on Tauck's comprehensive Japan trip that takes in Tokyo, Hakone, Kanazawa and Kyoto, as well as off-the-beaten-track villages in the...read more

Overview

Operator: Tauck
Type: Tour (Premium)
Max Group Size: 44
Duration: 13 Days
From: Tokyo to Tokyo
Tour Code: EJ
Reviews: Not Yet Reviewed
Visits: Japan
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$ 12,860
Per Person ($AU)

Day By Day

1

Arrive Osaka, Japan

Tour begins: The Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo, 6:30 PM. A transfer is included from Narita International Airport or Haneda Airport to the five-star Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo, conveniently located in the Nihonbashi district in the heart of the city. This evening join us for a welcome reception and dinner at your hotel. Stay Two Nights: Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo (D)
2

Hiroshima, Japan

A sightseeing tour gives you an overview of one of the world's most dynamic capital cities, touching on both history and modern life. Your discoveries continue at a sushi-making experience followed by lunch. This afternoon explore the Edo-Tokyo Museum, focused on Tokyo's development from its roots as a fishing village called Edo, and see an exhilarating taiko drumming performance; rhythm, melody, and movement combine to create an extraordinary musical experience. The rest of the day and evening are free for further exploring on your own. Your hotel is near many good restaurants, and your Tauck Director can make suggestions for places to try. (B/L)
3

Hakone, Japan

This morning board a bullet train (shinkansen) for a short ride south to Odawara and continue on to the scenic hot springs resort town of Hakone known for its open-air sculpture park surrounded by mountains; the sculptures, many by famous artists including Rodin and Picasso, are thoughtfully juxtaposed against nature's everchanging landscape. Following your guided visit at the sculpture park, have lunch on the shore of Lake Ashi in advance of your boat cruise on the lake, an opportunity, weather permitting, for viewing Mt. Fuji, Japan's highest mountain and a sacred Shinto site that for many is an enduring symbol of Japan. This afternoon settle into your hotel, where dinner, with your choice of Japanese or French cuisine, is served this evening at your leisure. Stay Two Nights: Hyatt Regency Hakone Resort & Spa (B/L/D)
4

Hakone, Japan

Today you have a choice of activities that will provide a glimpse into Japanese traditions. One possiblity is to visit Gora Park, designed in 1914 in the French style, and attend a ceramics workshop or try your hand at glassblowing. Another possibility is to stay at the hotel and learn ikebana - Japanese flower arranging - with a teacher who gives a class and demonstration. You also have an opportunity to tour the Fuji-Gotemba Distillery, the world's largest whisky distillery, sitting at the foot of Mt. Fuji. After lunch, spend a free afternoon enjoying Hakone according to your own inclinations. You might indulge in some pampering at your hotel's spa or, doing as the Japanese do, take a dip in the healing hot springs (onsen). Tonight put on your yukata and relax over a special "homey" dinner at your hotel. (B/L/D)
5

Matsumoto, Japan

Travel north through the forested mountain landscapes of the "Japanese Alps," through winding valleys dotted with rice farms, lakes, rushing rivers, and small villages. In Kawaguchi, visit the Itchiku Kubota Art Museum, where a display of exquisite kimonos is housed in a building made of coral and limestone. Continue inland to the hot springs town of Matsumoto, where you'll visit 400-hundred-year-old Matsumoto Castle, Japan's oldest castle and a national treasure, also known as the "Crow Castle" because of its black exterior. For dinner this evening at leisure at your hotel, you have a choice of French or Japanese cuisine. Stay: Tobira Onsen Myojinkan (B/L/D)
6

Takayama, Japan

Early this morning, head for Takayama, a mountain city long famed for its artisans and woodworkers. Do some sightseeing along the narrow lanes of its historic center followed by a lesson in sake making and a tasting at a local brewery. After lunch at a local restaurant known for its Hida beef, depart Takayama and continue on to Kanazawa, just inland from the Sea of Japan. Arriving here marks your having crossed all the way from one side of Japan's main island of Honshu to the other. Stay Two Nights: Hotel Nikko Kanazawa (B/L/D)
7

Kanazawa, Japan

A full day's sightseeing in Kanazawa begins with a guided stroll through celebrated Kenroku-en Garden, considered among the country's top three landscaped gardens. You'll have lunch and free time for exploring the museum at your own pace. Then it's on to the historic Samurai District, where samurai homes are tucked among narrow lanes and canals behind earthen walls and private entrance gates. Go inside the restored Nomura Samurai Family Residence for a look at the lifestyle of the samurai during feudal times, when they were prosperous. The rest of your day and evening are free. (B/L)
8

Kyoto, Japan

Depart Kanazawa by train for Kyoto, arriving midday for a four-night stay at Four Seasons Hotel Kyoto; small group departures will stay at The Ritz-Carlton, Kyoto. Have lunch and begin your exploration of the city considered one of Japan's most beautiful. On your introductory sightseeing tour, discover a city center of glass and steel skyscrapers ringed by hidden temples, shrines, and gardens that exude the tranquility and charm of Japan's ancient culture. You may choose to dine at our selected local restaurant either tonight or tomorrow. Stay Four Nights: Four Seasons Hotel Kyoto or The Ritz-Carlton, Kyoto (small group departures) (B/L/D)
9

Kyoto, Japan

Sightseeing begins at Nijo Castle, surrounded by stone walls and a moat; tour this 17th-century shogun's residence and UNESCO World Heritage Site - and discover the secret of its "nightingale" floors. Next visit the famous golden-topped Kinkaku-ji Temple, set in an ancient garden on the edge of a lake - a position symbolizing its place "between heaven and Earth." Hear the story of how this 14th-century temple was burned to the ground by a young monk and then completely reconstructed. After lunch at a local restaurant, meet up with a geisha expert who leads an exploration of the back streets of one of Kyoto's geisha districts, and shares insights on the "flower and willow" world of the geishas, past and present. (B/L)
10

Kyoto, Japan

Begin your day with a prayer at the Kiyomizudera (Pure Water Temple) established in 778; the current buildings were rebuilt in the 17th century. Drink the water here in long-handled cups as you wish for longevity, success or love. Kyoto is known as the craft capital of Japan, and many traditional arts have been passed down through the generations. You'll have an opportunity to visit a private home here; take your shoes off, come in, and your gracious hostess will demonstrate the rituals of a tea ceremony and the paper art of Origami. (B)
11

Kyoto, Japan

Continue exploring Kyoto as you pursue your own interests today. The city's classic cultural gems span the centuries, and your Tauck Director will have suggestions for places to visit. Join us for a special dinner tonight at a local restaurant. (B/D)
12

Tokyo, Japan

Travel by rail from Kyoto back to Tokyo, arriving for lunch at the celebrated restaurant Nobu. Afterward visit Meiji Shrine and take in a live performance of traditional Shinto music and Kagura dancing. This evening our farewell reception and dinner take place at a local restaurant, where you'll witness a larger-than-life demonstration by sumo wrestlers. Stay: Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo (B/L/D)
13

Journey home

Tour ends: Narita International Airport or Haneda Airport. Fly home anytime. An airport transfer is included from Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo to Narita International Airport or Haneda Airport. Please allow a minimum of 3 hours for flight check-in at the airport. (B)

Day By Day

1

Arrive Tokyo, Japan

Tour begins: The Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo, 6:30 PM. A transfer is included from Narita International Airport or Haneda Airport to the five-star Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo, conveniently located in the Nihonbashi district in the heart of the city. This evening join us for a welcome reception and dinner at your hotel. Stay Two Nights: Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo (D)
2

Hiroshima, Japan

A drive through Tokyo gives you an overview of one of the world's most dynamic capital cities, touching on both history and modern life, en route to an exhilarating taiko drumming performance; rhythm, melody, and movement combine to create an extraordinary musical experience. Your discoveries continue at a sushi-making experience followed by lunch. This afternoon explore the Edo-Tokyo Museum, focused on Tokyo's development from its roots as a fishing village called Edo. The rest of the day and evening are free for further exploring on your own. Your hotel is near many good restaurants, and your Tauck Director can make suggestions for places to try. (B/L)
3

Hakone, Japan

This morning board a bullet train (shinkansen) for a short ride south to Odawara and continue on to the scenic hot springs resort town of Hakone known for its open-air sculpture park surrounded by mountains; the sculptures, many by famous artists including Rodin and Picasso, are thoughtfully juxtaposed against nature's everchanging landscape. Today, you'll enjoy a guided visit to the sculpture park; a boat cruise on Lake Ashi and lunch on the shore of the lake; and an opportunity, weather permitting, for viewing Mt. Fuji, Japan's highest mountain and a sacred Shinto site that for many is an enduring symbol of Japan. This afternoon settle into your hotel, where dinner, with your choice of Japanese or French cuisine, is served this evening at your leisure. Stay Two Nights: Hyatt Regency Hakone Resort & Spa (B/L/D)
4

Hakone, Japan

Today begins with a visit to the Itchiku Kubota Museum, where you'll enjoy magnificent views of majestic Mt. Fuji and serene Lake Kawaguchi. Itchiku Kubota, (1917-2003) is considered one of the most important Japanese textile artists of the 20th century; he rediscovered, revived and subsequently modernized a traditional Japanese kimono dyeing technique, which was lost since the 15th century, creating exceptional artistic kimonos; the museum celebrates his art and legacy.

Following lunch, return to the hotel where you have a choice. Join us for an excursion to the Hakone Open Air Museum, the first open-air museum in Japan, renowned for its outdoor sculpture park with beautiful views of the mountain. The grounds are the permanent home of approximately 120 works by well-known modern and sculptors including Rodin, Bourdelle, Miro, and Moore. Or, you might indulge in some pampering at your hotel's spa, perhaps taking a dip in the healing hot springs (onsen). Later this afternoon you have an opportunity to learn ikebana - Japanese flower arranging - with a teacher who gives a class and demonstration. Dine in the French restaurant of the hotel this evening. (B/L/D)
5

Matsumoto, Japan

As your Japan trip continues, travel north through the forested mountain landscapes of the "Japanese Alps," through winding valleys dotted with rice farms, lakes, rushing rivers, and small villages to the hot springs town of Matsumoto, where, after lunch you'll see 400-hundred-year-old Matsumoto Castle, Japan's oldest castle and a national treasure, also known as the "Crow Castle" because of its black exterior. Arrive this afternoon at your hotel, Tobira Onsen Myojinkan, where you'll have the choice of a traditional Japanese-style room (with a futon on the floor in place of beds) or a Western-style room. Enjoy a private dinner with musical entertainment this evening. Stay: Tobira Onsen Myojinkan (B/L/D)
6

Takayama, Japan

Depart Matsumoto this morning and head for Takayama, a mountain city long famed for its artisans and woodworkers. Do some sightseeing along the narrow lanes of its historic center, and have lunch at a local restaurant known for its Hida beef. Following a lesson in sake making and a tasting at a local brewery in Takayama, continue on to Kanazawa, just inland from the Sea of Japan. Arriving here marks your having crossed all the way from one side of Japan's main island of Honshu to the other. Enjoy an included dinner at your choice of your hotel's restaurants either tonight or tomorrow. Stay Two Nights: Hotel Nikko Kanazawa (B/L/D)
7

Kanazawa, Japan

A full day's sightseeing in Kanazawa includes: a guided stroll through celebrated Kenroku-en Gardens, considered among the country's top three landscaped gardens; time exploring the historic Samurai District, where samurai homes are tucked among narrow lanes and canals behind earthen walls and private entrance gates, with a visit to the restored Nomura Samurai Family Residence for a look at the lifestyle of the samurai during feudal times, when they were prosperous; lunch at a Paul Bocuse restaurant; and a choice of afternoon visits to either Kanazawa's renowned 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, or Higashi Chaya, the city's geisha district. Spend the rest of the afternoon and evening as you please at your hotel or exploring on your own in Kanazawa. (B/L)
8

Kyoto, Japan

Depart Kanazawa by train for Kyoto, arriving midday for a four-night stay at Four Seasons Hotel Kyoto; small group departures will stay at The Ritz-Carlton, Kyoto. Have lunch and begin your exploration of the city considered one of Japan's most beautiful. On your introductory sightseeing tour, discover a city center of glass and steel skyscrapers ringed by hidden temples, shrines, and gardens that exude the tranquility and charm of Japan's ancient culture. You may choose to dine at our selected local restaurant either tonight or tomorrow. Stay Four Nights: Four Seasons Hotel Kyoto or The Ritz-Carlton, Kyoto (small group departures) (B/L/D)
9

Kyoto, Japan

Kyoto sightseeing today begins with a visit to the famous golden-topped Kinkaku-ji Temple (Temple of the Golden Pavilion), set in an ancient garden on the edge of a lake - a position symbolizing its place "between heaven and Earth." Hear the story of how this 14th-century temple was burned to the ground by a young monk and then completely reconstructed. Continue on to Nijo Castle, surrounded by stone walls and a moat; tour this 17th-century shogun's residence and UNESCO World Heritage Site - and discover the secret of its "nightingale" floors. After lunch at a local restaurant, meet up with a geisha expert who leads an exploration of the back streets of one of Kyoto's geisha districts, and shares insights on the "flower and willow" world of the geishas, past and present. (B/L)
10

Kyoto, Japan

Start the day with a prayer at the Kiyomizudera (Pure Water Temple) established in 778; the current buildings were rebuilt in the 17th century. Drink the water here in long-handled cups as you wish for longevity, success or love. Kyoto is known as the craft capital of Japan, and many traditional arts have been passed down through the generations. You'll have an opportunity to visit a private home here; take your shoes off, come in, and your gracious hostess will demonstrate the rituals of a tea ceremony and the paper art of Origami. (B)
11

Kyoto, Japan

Continue exploring Kyoto as you pursue your own interests today. The city's classic cultural gems span the centuries, and your Tauck Director will have suggestions for places to visit. Join us for a special dinner tonight at a local restaurant. (B/D)
12

Tokyo, Japan

Travel by rail from Kyoto back to Tokyo, arriving for lunch at the celebrated restaurant Nobu. After lunch, visit the Meiji Shrine - honoring the deified spirits of Japan's Emperor Meiji and his wife, Empress Shoken, who died in 1912 and 1914, respectively - and take in a live performance of traditional Shinto music and Kagura dancing. As your Japan trip draws to a close, tonight's farewell reception and dinner take place at a local restaurant, where you'll witness a larger-than-life demonstration by sumo wrestlers. Stay: Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo (B/L/D)
13

Journey Home

Tour ends: Narita International Airport or Haneda Airport. Fly home anytime. An airport transfer is included from Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo to Narita International Airport or Haneda Airport. Please allow a minimum of 3 hours for flight check-in at the airport. (B)

Trip Inclusions

Travelling Well Includes...

  • Multiple-night stays in premier hotels in Tokyo, Kyoto, Kanazawa & at a hot springs resort & spa in Hakone
  • Small group departures stay at The Ritz-Carlton, Kyoto nights 8 – 11
  • Tokyo's Edo-Tokyo Museum, Shinto music, Kagura dancing, taiko drums & sumo wrestling
  • In Kyoto, a private home visit with tea ceremony & Origami demonstration, explorations with a local Geisha expert, visits to Nijo Castle, Kinkaku-ji Temple & Pure Water Temple (Kiyomizu Temple)
  • A cruise on Lake Ashi beneath Mt. Fuji
  • Ceramics, glass-blowing, or flower arranging workshops or a whisky distillery tour in Hakone
  • A lesson on sake brewing & a tasting at a local brewery in Takayama
  • A guided tour of Kanazawa's Kenroku-en Garden, one of Japan's most revered landscaped gardens

Tauck Inclusions

  • Your tour is conducted by a professional, fully trained Tauck Director who remains with the group throughout the tour.
  • Airport transfers upon arrival and departure as noted in the itinerary.
  • Service charges, taxes, gratuities to local guides and porterage
  • Complimentary basic Internet where available in hotel rooms (service levels are not guaranteed).
  • Air-conditioned motor coaches for your comfort.

Tauck Dining

  • This tour provides a variety of dining experiences, and may include buffets, à-la-carte dining and set menus.
  • 29 meals (12 breakfasts, 9 lunches, 8 dinners)

Trip Notes

  • Itinerary and inclusions subject to change
  • Price is for land, cruise and specified internal flights. International flights not included.

Trip Inclusions

Travelling Well Includes...

  • Tokyo's Edo-Tokyo Museum, Shinto music, Kagura dancing, taiko drums & sumo wrestling
  • In Kyoto, a private home visit with tea ceremony & Origami demonstration, explorations with a local Geisha expert, visits to Nijo Castle, Kinkaku-ji Temple & Pure Water Temple (Kiyomizu Temple)
  • A cruise on Lake Ashi beneath Mt. Fuji
  • In Hakone, attend a flower arranging class
  • A lesson on sake brewing & a tasting at a local brewery in Takayama
  • A guided tour of Kanazawa's Kenroku-en Garden, one of Japan's most revered landscaped gardens
  • Multiple-night stays in premier hotels in Tokyo, Kyoto, Kanazawa & at a hot springs resort & spa in Hakone

Tauck Inclusions

  • Your tour is conducted by a professional, fully trained Tauck Director who remains with the group throughout the tour.
  • Airport transfers upon arrival and departure as noted
  • Gratuities to local guides, service charges, admission fees, taxes and porterage
  • Complimentary basic Internet where available in hotel rooms (service levels are not guaranteed).
  • Air-conditioned motor coaches for your comfort.

Tauck Dining

  • This tour provides a variety of dining experiences, and may include buffets, à-la-carte dining and set menus.
  • 30 meals (12 breakfasts, 9 lunches, 9 dinners)

Trip Notes

  • Itinerary and inclusions subject to change.
  • Small group departures stay at The Ritz-Carlton, Kyoto nights 8 – 11
  • Price is for land, cruise and specified internal flights. International flights not included.

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22 Jun 2018
Wednesday
04 Jul 2018

19,034

per person

19,034

solo traveller

Enquire
Friday
06 Jul 2018
Wednesday
18 Jul 2018

17,068

per person

17,068

solo traveller

Sold Out
Friday
24 Aug 2018
Wednesday
05 Sep 2018

17,068

per person

17,068

solo traveller

Enquire
Friday
31 Aug 2018
Wednesday
12 Sep 2018

18,341

per person

18,341

solo traveller

Sold Out
Friday
07 Sep 2018
Wednesday
19 Sep 2018

18,341

per person

18,341

solo traveller

Enquire
Sunday
09 Sep 2018
Friday
21 Sep 2018

22,265

per person

22,265

solo traveller

Enquire
Friday
14 Sep 2018
Wednesday
26 Sep 2018

19,034

per person

19,034

solo traveller

Sold Out
Sunday
16 Sep 2018
Friday
28 Sep 2018

22,265

per person

22,265

solo traveller

Sold Out
Friday
21 Sep 2018
Wednesday
03 Oct 2018

19,034

per person

19,034

solo traveller

Enquire
Sunday
23 Sep 2018
Friday
05 Oct 2018

22,265

per person

22,265

solo traveller

Enquire
Friday
28 Sep 2018
Wednesday
10 Oct 2018

19,034

per person

19,034

solo traveller

Sold Out
Sunday
30 Sep 2018
Friday
12 Oct 2018

22,265

per person

22,265

solo traveller

Sold Out
Friday
05 Oct 2018
Wednesday
17 Oct 2018

19,034

per person

19,034

solo traveller

Enquire
Sunday
07 Oct 2018
Friday
19 Oct 2018

22,265

per person

22,265

solo traveller

Sold Out
Friday
12 Oct 2018
Wednesday
24 Oct 2018

19,034

per person

19,034

solo traveller

Enquire
Sunday
14 Oct 2018
Friday
26 Oct 2018

22,265

per person

22,265

solo traveller

Enquire
Friday
19 Oct 2018
Wednesday
31 Oct 2018

19,034

per person

19,034

solo traveller

Enquire
Sunday
21 Oct 2018
Friday
02 Nov 2018

22,265

per person

22,265

solo traveller

Sold Out
Friday
26 Oct 2018
Wednesday
07 Nov 2018

19,034

per person

19,034

solo traveller

Enquire
Sunday
28 Oct 2018
Friday
09 Nov 2018

22,265

per person

22,265

solo traveller

Enquire
Friday
02 Nov 2018
Wednesday
14 Nov 2018

18,341

per person

18,341

solo traveller

Sold Out
Sunday
04 Nov 2018
Friday
16 Nov 2018

22,223

per person

22,223

solo traveller

Enquire
Friday
16 Nov 2018
Wednesday
28 Nov 2018

17,068

per person

17,068

solo traveller

Enquire
Friday
30 Nov 2018
Wednesday
12 Dec 2018

17,068

per person

17,068

solo traveller

Sold Out
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1 Extra Night Pre or Post Accommodation when booking before 31 Mar 2018. Subject to availability at time of booking.
Note: Your Global Journeys consultant will check the availability of your departure date when you enquire. Additional savings may apply. We guarantee the lowest price in Australia. T&C’s apply.

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