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Cultural Treasures of Japan

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Fully Guided Coach Group Scenic Bullet Train (Shinkansen)
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 Trip Length
13 Days
 Trip Starts
Tokyo
 Trip Finishes
Kyoto
13 Day Cultural Treasures of Japan Itinerary (Collette)
Countries Explored: Japan
Our Price From 6,663 Per Person
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 Trip Length
13 Days
 Trip Starts
Tokyo
 Trip Finishes
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13 Day Cultural Treasures of Japan Itinerary (Collette)
Countries Explored: Japan
Trip Operator
Trip Style
Classic
Departures
Accommodation
4 Star
Max. Group Size
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Guide Level
Fully Guided
Trip Code
COL607
Trip Operator
Trip Style
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Departures
Accommodation
4 Star
Max. Group Size
44
Guide Level
Fully Guided
Trip Code
COL607

Overview

Read 4 reviews and enjoy exclusive savings on Collette's 13 Day Cultural Treasures of Japan. Immerse yourself in the ancient and modern cultures of Japan. Learn the art of the tea ceremony, and stand before the famous Senso-ji Buddhist temple. Tour Matsumoto Castle, known as the “Crow Castle” for its black exterior. Taste legendary Hida beef and sip sake at a local brewery. Delve into Kyoto, the marvelous cultural capital of Japan. Absorb the beauty of the Golden Pavilion and the majesty of Nijo Castle. Board the Shinkansen “bullet” train to travel to Hiroshima...read more to visit Shrine Island and the Peace Memorial Museum. Japan slowly draws you into its eclectic culture and charm, revealing incredible moments every step of the way.
Read 4 reviews and enjoy exclusive savings on Collette's 13 Day Cultural Treasures of Japan. Immerse yourself in the ancient and modern cultures of Japan. Learn the art of the tea ceremony, and stand before the famous Senso-ji Buddhist temple. Tour Matsumoto Castle, known as the “Crow Castle” for its black exterior. Taste legendary Hida beef and sip sake at a local brewery. Delve into Kyoto, the marvelous cultural capital of Japan. Absorb the beauty of the Golden Pavilion and the majesty of Nijo Castle. Board the Shinkansen “bullet” train to travel to Hiroshima...read more to visit Shrine Island and the Peace Memorial Museum. Japan slowly draws you into its eclectic culture and charm, revealing incredible moments every step of the way.

Itinerary

Welcome to Japan, the “Land of the Rising Sun." Begin in the electrifying city of Tokyo, where pop culture is turned all the way up and traditions are rich and long-kept. Stay: Grand Nikko Daiba (3 Nights)

Feel the excitement start to build as you pass by the grounds of the Imperial Palace and see the Niju Bridge and Sakurada Gate, the well-known symbols of the Imperial Palace. Walk through Ginza, one of the most elegant and luxurious streets in the world, where modern landscape meets rich history. Enjoy shopping at some of the most renowned "department stores" in Japan. Later, amid a lush forest outside of Tokyo, visit the Meiji Shrine, dedicated to Emperor Meiji and his wife, Empress Shoken. Tonight, join your fellow travelers at a welcome dinner. (B/D)

Begin the day exploring Asakusa, Tokyo's oldest Geisha district. Visit the famous Buddhist temple, Senso-ji, the colorful temple famous for the red chochin (lantern) hanging at the entrance gate. Experience the long standing tradition of the Japanese tea ceremony, dating back to the 15th century. During your free time, explore the Nakamise Shopping Arcade and feel the energy of the oldest shopping street in Japan. Then, head to Tokyo National Museum to learn about the fascinating history and culture of Tokyo. The museum displays artwork and antiques from Japan and the surrounding area. (B)

Journey to the lakeside resort of Hakone, renowned for its hot springs. In the shadow of Mt. Fuji (UNESCO), this scenic town hugs the shorelines of Lake Ashi. Make a stop at Owakudani, located in an active volcanic zone. The Owakudani crater was created some 3,000 years ago, when Mt. Hakone erupted. Climb aboard the Hakone Ropeway, an aerial cable car descending from Owakudani for a breathtaking view of Mt. Fuji. Next, take to the deep-blue waters of Lake Ashi on a cruise where you'll see epic views of the local mountains before stopping in the charming town of Moto-Hakone. (B/D) Stay: Odakyu Hotel de Yama

This breathtaking day begins in Matsumoto at Matsumoto Castle, known as the “Crow Castle” because of its striking black exterior. Enjoy the local cuisine as we stop for lunch at a Soba noodle shop.

Later, you'll step back in time in the rural Edo-period town of Takayama, nestled in the Japanese Alps. Well known to the locals for its connection to sake, this is the perfect place to gather for a visit to one of Japan's 200-year-old sake breweries. Afterward, experience a true Japanese epicurean treat – traditional rice wine paired with a special Hida beef dinner. (B/L/D) Stay: Takayama Green Hotel (2 Nights)

The ancient cultures of Takayama come alive this morning in the town's historic district. Take a walk through the past and glimpse the 19th-century Jinya government building. Stroll through the morning market, a 600-year-old open air market with locally grown and produced products, located along the Miyagawa River. Circuit the winding streets, where the town's traditional charms are preserved in the inns and houses.

This afternoon, relish some free time to continue your exploration of Takayama on your own. (B)

Today, embrace the unique charms of Shirakawa-go (UNESCO). Hidden away in the mountain, this harmonious village is famous for its gassho-zukuri-style houses – thatched-rooftops designed to resemble two hands joined in prayer. Journey to Kanazawa, the origin of gold-leaf making since the 16th century. Visit the Samurai district where we will enter the former home of the Nomuras, a wealthy samurai family who served the ruling Maeda family. Then, travel to the Geisha quarters of Kanazawa, the Higashi Tea district. (B/D) Stay: Kanazawa Tokyu Hotel (2 Nights)

More than 25 acres of absolute beauty await you today at Kenroku-En – Garden of Six Qualities. From the beauty of Japan's most stunning gardens, dive into the ancient craft of gold leaf making during a hands-on lesson in decorating your own lacquer box! In the center of town, take in the action of the Omicho fish market before venturing out on your own to really immerse yourself in Kanazawa's dynamic culture. (B)

Kyoto awaits! The former Imperial capital of Japan is now one of the nation's top cosmopolitan cities. At the same time, Kyoto's connection with its past is strong; you won't need to look far to see one of its 2,000 temples and shrines.

For lunch, participate in a sushi making class and master the art of sushi making.

This afternoon, visit Kinkakuji (UNESCO), the Golden Pavilion, a Zen temple whose top two floors are completely covered in gold leaf. (B/L) Stay: Kyoto Tokyu Hotel (4 Nights)

All aboard the Shinkansen bullet train to Hiroshima.

Upon arrival, board a ferry for the short trip to Miyajima Island, or “Shrine Island” (UNESCO).

Afterwards, head into Hiroshima city to visit the Peace Memorial Park, and pause to see the ruined Atomic Dome (UNESCO). Reflect at the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum. As this long and moving day comes to a close, return to Kyoto by the Shinkansen bullet train. (B)

This morning, explore Fushimi Inari Taisha for a tour of the most revered shrine of Inari. Follow the spectacular rows of orange torii (made famous in the movie Memoirs of a Geisha) that weave through the forest, leading you to the inner shrine. Move on to the home of the first Shogun, Nijo Castle (UNESCO), and see intricate woodcarvings, wall paintings, and the Ninomaru Garden, designed by Kobori Enshu, a landscape architect and tea master. Next, learn about the ancient craft of stenciling during a hands on lesson. (B)

Today, spend some time relaxing or set out to explore Kyoto on your own. Fully immerse yourself in Japanese culture tonight during a special kaiseki farewell dinner and maiko show. (B/D)

Your tour comes to a close in this fascinating land. As you depart, reflect on its beauty and all you have learned about its rich history and culture. (B)

Welcome to Japan, the “Land of the Rising Sun." Begin in the electrifying city of Tokyo, where pop culture is turned all the way up and traditions are rich and long-kept. Stay: Grand Nikko Tokyo Daiba (3 Nights)

Feel the excitement start to build as you pass by the grounds of the Imperial Palace and see the Niju Bridge, the well-known symbol of the Imperial Palace.

Later, walk through Ginza, one of the most elegant and luxurious streets in the world, where modern landscape meets rich history. Enjoy shopping at some of the most renowned "department stores" in Japan.

Later, amid a lush forest outside of Tokyo, visit the Meiji Shrine, dedicated to Emperor Meiji and his wife, Empress Shoken.

Tonight, join your fellow travelers at a welcome dinner. (B/D)

Begin the day exploring Asakusa, Tokyo's oldest Geisha district. Visit the famous Buddhist temple, Senso-ji, the colorful temple famous for the red chochin (lantern) hanging at the entrance gate. Experience the long standing tradition of the Japanese tea ceremony, dating back to the 15th century. During your free time, explore the Nakamise Shopping Arcade and feel the energy of the oldest shopping street in Japan. Then, head to Tokyo National Museum to learn about the fascinating history and culture of Tokyo. The museum displays artwork and antiques from Japan and the surrounding area. (B)

Journey to the lakeside resort of Hakone, renowned for its hot springs. In the shadow of Mt. Fuji (UNESCO), this scenic town hugs the shorelines of Lake Ashi. Make a stop at Owakudani, located in an active volcanic zone. The Owakudani crater was created some 3,000 years ago, when Mt. Hakone erupted. Climb aboard the Hakone Ropeway, an aerial cable car descending from Owakudani for a breathtaking view of Mt. Fuji. Next, take to the deep-blue waters of Lake Ashi on a cruise where you'll see epic views of the local mountains before stopping in the charming town of Moto-Hakone.

Tonight, experience a traditional kaiseki dinner. (B/D) Stay: Odakyu Hotel de Yama

This breathtaking day begins in Matsumoto at Matsumoto Castle, known as the “Crow Castle” because of its striking black exterior.

Later, you'll step back in time in the rural Edo-period town of Takayama, nestled in the Japanese Alps. Well known to the locals for its connection to sake, this is the perfect place to gather for a visit to one of Japan's 200-year-old sake breweries. Afterward, experience a true Japanese epicurean treat – traditional rice wine paired with a special Hida beef dinner. (B/D) Stay: Takayama Green Hotel (2 Nights)

The ancient cultures of Takayama come alive this morning in the town's historic district. Take a walk through the past and glimpse the 19th-century Jinya government building. Stroll through the morning market, a 600-year-old open air market with locally grown and produced products, located along the Miyagawa River. Circuit the winding streets, where the town's traditional charms are preserved in the inns and houses.

This afternoon, relish some free time to continue your exploration of Takayama on your own. (B/L)

Today, embrace the unique charms of Shirakawa-go (UNESCO). Hidden away in the mountain, this harmonious village is famous for its gassho-zukuri-style houses – thatched-rooftops designed to resemble two hands joined in prayer. Journey to Kanazawa, the origin of gold-leaf making since the 16th century. Visit the Samurai district where we will enter the former home of the Nomuras, a wealthy samurai family who served the ruling Maeda family. Then, travel to the Geisha quarters of Kanazawa, the Higashi Tea district. (B/D) Stay: Kanazawa Tokyu Hotel (2 Nights)

More than 25 acres of absolute beauty await you today at Kenroku-En – Garden of Six Qualities. From the beauty of Japan's most stunning gardens, dive into the ancient craft of gold leaf making during a hands-on lesson in decorating your own lacquer box! In the center of town, take in the action of the Omicho fish market before venturing out on your own to really immerse yourself in Kanazawa's dynamic culture. (B)

Kyoto awaits! The former Imperial capital of Japan is now one of the nation's top cosmopolitan cities. At the same time, Kyoto's connection with its past is strong; you won't need to look far to see one of its 2,000 temples and shrines.

For lunch, participate in a sushi making class and master the art of sushi making.

This afternoon, visit Kinkakuji (UNESCO), the Golden Pavilion, a Zen temple whose top two floors are completely covered in gold leaf. (B/L) Stay: Hotel Nikko Princess Kyoto (4 Nights)

All aboard the Shinkansen bullet train to Hiroshima.

Upon arrival, board a ferry for the short trip to Miyajima Island, or “Shrine Island” (UNESCO).

Afterwards, head into Hiroshima city to visit the Peace Memorial Park, and pause to see the ruined Atomic Dome (UNESCO). Reflect at the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum. As this long and moving day comes to a close, return to Kyoto by the Shinkansen bullet train. (B)

This morning, explore Fushimi Inari Taisha for a tour of the most revered shrine of Inari. Follow the spectacular rows of orange torii (made famous in the movie Memoirs of a Geisha) that weave through the forest, leading you to the inner shrine. Enjoy the remainder of your day at leisure. (B)

Today, visit the home of the first Shogun, Nijo Castle (UNESCO), and see intricate woodcarvings, wall paintings, and the Ninomaru Garden, designed by Kobori Enshu, a landscape architect and tea master. Next, learn about the ancient craft of stenciling during a hands-on lesson.

This afternoon, spend some time relaxing or set out to explore Kyoto on your own. Fully immerse yourself in Japanese culture tonight during a special farewell dinner and maiko show. (B/D)

Your tour comes to a close in this fascinating land. As you depart, reflect on its beauty and all you have learned about its rich history and culture. (B)

Trip Inclusions

  • Try your hand at the centuries-old art of the Japanese tea ceremony, gold leaf decorating and stenciling.
  • Travel by the famous Shinkansen bullet train.
  • Explore the famous Ginza District, the first Western-style shopping district in Japan where modern and history blends.
  • Visit Fushimi Inari Taisha, made famous by the movie Memoirs of a Geisha.
  • Visit multiple UNESCO sites including Shirakawa-go, Nijo Castle, Itsukushima Shinto Shrine and Hiroshima Peace Memorial.
  • Explore Takayama's beautiful old town, nestled in the Japanese Alps.
  • Enjoy a sake tasting at a local sake brewery followed by a Hida beef dinner.
  • Participate in a sushi-making class.
  • Experience a traditional kaiseki dinner with maiko show in Kyoto.

  • Expertly crafted itineraries
  • 4-star+ accommodation
  • Skilled and engaging tour managers
  • Expert local guides with insider knowledge
  • Attraction entrance fees
  • Many meals full of local flavour
  • Unparalleled sightseeing
  • Enriching cultural experiences
  • Comfortable on-tour transportation
  • Hotel-to-hotel baggage handling
  • Plus, access to Wi-Fi hotspots on tour

  • This tour includes moderate physical activity. The itinerary blends some longer days with shorter days and more leisure time. Walking tours, as well as walking slightly longer distances, up stairs or on uneven walking surfaces should be expected.

  • Arriving Flight: The closest arrival airport is Narita (NRT) Airport
  • Departing Flight: The closest departure airport is Osaka Kansai (KIX) Airport

  • Private, chauffeur service is included for all air-inclusive tour bookings. This personalised service is included within a 40km radius from Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth, Canberra, Darwin, Cairns and Hobart airport gateways. Service is available between 41-70 kms for a small fee.

  • Airport transfers at your arrival and departure destination are not included in the price of the tour.
  • Itinerary and inclusions subject to change.
  • Price is for land, cruise and specified internal flights. International flights not included.

  • Try your hand at the centuries-old art of the Japanese tea ceremony, gold leaf decorating and stenciling.
  • Travel by the famous Shinkansen bullet train.
  • Explore the famous Ginza District, the first Western-style shopping district in Japan where modern and history blends.
  • Visit Fushimi Inari Taisha, made famous by the movie Memoirs of a Geisha.
  • Visit multiple UNESCO sites including Shirakawa-go, Nijo Castle, Itsukushima Shinto Shrine and Hiroshima Peace Memorial.
  • Explore Takayama's beautiful old town, nestled in the Japanese Alps.
  • Enjoy a sake tasting at a local sake brewery followed by a Hida beef dinner.
  • Participate in a sushi-making class.
  • Experience a traditional kaiseki dinner with maiko show in Kyoto.

  • Expertly crafted itineraries
  • 4-star+ accommodation
  • Skilled and engaging tour managers
  • Expert local guides with insider knowledge
  • Attraction entrance fees
  • Many meals full of local flavour
  • Unparalleled sightseeing
  • Enriching cultural experiences
  • Comfortable on-tour transportation
  • Hotel-to-hotel baggage handling
  • Plus, access to Wi-Fi hotspots on tour

  • This tour includes moderate physical activity. The itinerary blends some longer days with shorter days and more leisure time. Walking tours, as well as walking slightly longer distances, up stairs or on uneven walking surfaces should be expected.

  • Private, chauffeur service is included for all air-inclusive tour bookings. This personalised service is included within a 40km radius from Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth, Canberra, Darwin, Cairns and Hobart airport gateways. Service is available between 41-70 kms for a small fee.

  • Airport transfers at your arrival and departure destination are not included in the price of the tour.
  • Itinerary and inclusions subject to change.
  • Price is for land, cruise and specified internal flights. International flights not included.

Trip Reviews (4) Most Recent 'Cultural Treasures of Japan' Reviews

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Great way to see the highlights of Japan   8 , NSW , Australia, Apr 2019
Jemma at Global Journeys provided another smooth booking and this was my first tour with Collette. I was glad to be on a tour in view of the language barrier and also to learn about day to day life and background info which I otherwise wouldn't have known.

Our tour guide Tomoe went beyond her call of duty to provide maps and info and suggestions ...read more when asked. The accommodation was excellent; rooms were larger than expected for a solo traveller and the hotels had great locations. Being vegetarian was challenging but this was expected. All in all, there was a great balance of free time and designated sights and a good group of 32. This tour gave a great overview of Japan.
Scenic Japan 7 , ACT, Australia, Apr 2019
Japan was certainly very busy so it was great to be staying in top quality accommodation and being escorted to various destinations. The tour went to all the iconic Japanese cultural and geographic spots. It was a good balance of organised activity and free time. Only issue was not enough time in Hiroshima visiting the Peace Museum.
Cultural Treasures of Japan 5 , WA, Australia, Sep 2018
Loved Japan, enjoyed the tour. The hotels were all of an excellent standard, the sites and experiences were memorable. The pace of the tour was great. Only criticism is that we would have liked longer in Tokyo, should have arrived there a few days earlier. Would definitely book with Global Journeys and Collette again.
First class tour of Japan 5 , WA, Australia, Sep 2018
First time travelers with Collette. Excellent value, very good accommodation and very knowledgeable tour director. The itinerary was thoughtfully selected as it gave a good balance of new and old Japan. Sufficient free time to cater for the shoppers. First time also with Global Journeys. Jemma was excellent, all went like clockwork.
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Status
From: $10,299 $10,093
Save $206 Enquire
Seasonal Deal
Monday 04 Nov 2024
Saturday 16 Nov 2024
Status
From: $9,599 $9,305
Save $294 Enquire
Exclusive Savings
Friday 08 Nov 2024
Wednesday 20 Nov 2024
Status
From: $9,599 $9,407
Save $192 Enquire
Exclusive Savings
Monday 11 Nov 2024
Saturday 23 Nov 2024
Status
From: $9,599 $9,407
Save $192 Enquire
Monday 02 Dec 2024
Saturday 14 Dec 2024
Status
From: $8,849
  N/A
Exclusive Savings
Monday 27 Jan 2025
Saturday 08 Feb 2025
Status
From: $8,849 $8,672
Save $177 Enquire
Exclusive Savings
Monday 24 Feb 2025
Saturday 08 Mar 2025
Status
From: $8,999 $8,819
Save $180 Enquire
Exclusive Savings
Monday 03 Mar 2025
Saturday 15 Mar 2025
Status
From: $9,349 $9,162
Save $187 Enquire
Exclusive Savings
Friday 07 Mar 2025
Wednesday 19 Mar 2025
Status
From: $9,349 $9,162
Save $187 Enquire
Exclusive Savings
Monday 10 Mar 2025
Saturday 22 Mar 2025
Status
From: $9,349 $9,162
Save $187 Enquire
Friday 14 Mar 2025
Wednesday 26 Mar 2025
Status
From: $9,599
  N/A
Monday 17 Mar 2025
Saturday 29 Mar 2025
Status
From: $9,599
  N/A
Friday 21 Mar 2025
Wednesday 02 Apr 2025
Status
From: $10,199
  N/A
Exclusive Savings
Monday 24 Mar 2025
Saturday 05 Apr 2025
Status
From: $10,199 $9,995
Save $204 Enquire
Exclusive Savings
Monday 31 Mar 2025
Saturday 12 Apr 2025
Status
From: $10,299 $10,093
Save $206 Enquire
Exclusive Savings
Friday 04 Apr 2025
Wednesday 16 Apr 2025
Status
From: $10,299 $10,093
Save $206 Enquire
Exclusive Savings
Sunday 06 Apr 2025
Friday 18 Apr 2025
Status
From: $10,299 $10,093
Save $206 Enquire
Monday 07 Apr 2025
Saturday 19 Apr 2025
Status
From: $10,299
  N/A
Exclusive Savings
Friday 11 Apr 2025
Wednesday 23 Apr 2025
Status
From: $10,299 $10,093
Save $206 Enquire
Saturday 12 Apr 2025
Thursday 24 Apr 2025
Status
From: $10,299
  N/A
Exclusive Savings
Monday 14 Apr 2025
Saturday 26 Apr 2025
Status
From: $10,299 $10,093
Save $206 Enquire
Exclusive Savings
Friday 18 Apr 2025
Wednesday 30 Apr 2025
Status
From: $10,299 $10,093
Save $206 Enquire
Exclusive Savings
Monday 21 Apr 2025
Saturday 03 May 2025
Status
From: $10,299 $10,093
Save $206 Enquire
Exclusive Savings
Monday 12 May 2025
Saturday 24 May 2025
Status
From: $9,599 $9,407
Save $192 Enquire
Exclusive Savings
Monday 19 May 2025
Saturday 31 May 2025
Status
From: $9,349 $9,162
Save $187 Enquire
Exclusive Savings
Monday 26 May 2025
Saturday 07 Jun 2025
Status
From: $9,349 $9,162
Save $187 Enquire
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Note
A definite departure means minimum numbers have been reached for this departure to operate. Your Global Journeys Travel Advisor 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.
Note
Tour & cruises prices are per person. Prices shown have savings applied, are subject to availability and may be withdrawn at any time without notice. Prices and trip information are correct at the time at this point in time, however are subject to confirmation at the time of booking and are subject to change by Collette. For cruise itineraries, cabin images are sourced from Collette. These should be treated as indicative only. Cabin inclusions, upholsteries and room layout may differ to the image(s) shown depending on the ship selected and your sailing dates.

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