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November tour to Japan - economy
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November tour to Japan - economy

November tour to Japan - economy
1 person in 2 places. room in a 2* hotel
Single room in a 2* hotel
8 days / 7 nights
Tour dates:
c 08.11.2023 по 15.11.2023
Toyoko Inn Tokyo Tozai-sen Kiba-eki
Number of persons:
minimum 2 people
Guaranteed tour by public transport. mini group 6-8 people
Purpose of Travel:
Economy tour to Japan
Hotel accommodation.
6 breakfasts.
3 lunches.
Russian guide.
Transport (public).
Entry tickets.
not included
International flight.
Personal expenses.
Meals not specified in the program
Applying for a Japanese visa.
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1 day. Arrival in Tokyo. Meeting and transfer to the hotel.
Meeting at the airport by a company representative and group transfer to a limousine at the hotel.
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Meeting at Tokyo airport and transfer to the hotel from any flight during the day.
Day 2 Tour of Tokyo.
Meeting with the guide in the hotel lobby.
Tour of Tokyo with buffet lunch.
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The Imperial Palace, located in the central Marunouchi district, is the heart of Tokyo. This is where the residence of the Emperor of Japan Akihito is located. The palace is surrounded by a canal crossed by the Nyujubashi stone arch bridge, one of the symbols of Tokyo. More than two thousand matsu pines grow in the palace park; in Japan they are considered a symbol of longevity. Here you will also visit the East Garden of the Imperial Palace, created back in 1603 by the famous master of landscape gardens Kobori Enshu.
Ginza - Adjacent to the Imperial Palace, this shopping district has been the historical center of the city since Japan's opening to the outside world, offering an immersive haute couture experience. The symbol of Ginza is the Wako luxury department store, built in 1894, a masterpiece of the Art Nouveau style. The department store is located at the famous Yong-Chom, the Fourth Crossing of Ginza, a place as symbolic to every Japanese as New York's Times Square is to an American. The hieroglyphs “Gin-Za” mean “Silver Workshop”; silver coins were once minted here, and the spirit of luxury has been in the air here for hundreds of years.
Shinjuku... Tokyo's downtown is built with stunning skyscrapers... This is where the famous Tokyo Metropolitan Building is located, where the Tokyo City Hall is located. Two huge 244-meter twin towers, standing on a single base, are somewhat reminiscent of Notre Dame in Paris, only enlarged several times! This skyscraper was designed by the famous architect Kenzo Tange and is one of the most famous buildings in the Japanese capital. From the observation deck, the entire city lies at your fingertips, and in clear weather from here you can see the peak of Fuji-san - the main symbol of the Land of the Rising Sun, a mountain sacred to every resident of the country.
Tokyo strikes with an amazing combination of old and new, here ancient temples stand in the shadow of modern skyscrapers. That's why we head to the Meiji Jingu Temple complex, immersed in the green darkness of Yoyogi Park and located just one subway stop from Shinjuku. It was built in memory of Emperor Meiji, the founder of modern Japan. In addition to its elegant architecture, Meiji Jingu is also known as a wedding venue. During the ritual, performed away from prying eyes, in the heart of the temple, the bride and groom take turns taking three sips of sake, after which the marriage is considered concluded. Then there is a photo session. A bright flash - and the ceremony is over: another family was born at the Meiji Shrine. The shrine, built according to the principles of nagarezukuri temple architecture, is approached by a wide gravel road with a huge torii gate. At the temple you can also get “omikuji” - papers with fortunes in English. By throwing a 100 yen coin, you can draw an omikuji from a wooden box. Moreover, these predictions are given in a form unconventional for this genre - these are poems in the form of instructions written by Emperor Meiji and Empress Shoken. The verses are accompanied by an interpretation written by Shinto priests.
Omotesando Boulevard, buried in willows, along which the excursion route will then pass, separates the realm of street fashion - the Harajuku quarter, glorified by Gwen Stefani, and the realm of high fashion, Aoyama. This area, with its lines of European, Japanese and American boutiques, challenges Ginza itself!
Asakusa Kannon Temple, Yagodo Temple and 8 ancient Buddha statues, the Benten-yama bell tower - its bell chimed the time in Edo, the Nakamise souvenir street, where you can buy original and inexpensive souvenirs. Return to the hotel.
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Day 3 Excursion to Kamakura
Meeting with the guide in the hotel lobby.
Excursion to Kamakura.
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08:50 Meeting with the guide at the reception of your hotel. 09:00-17:00 Excursion to Kamakura - the ancient military capital of Japan, the city is located on the Pacific coast and is surrounded on all sides by picturesque mountains - this made it an impregnable fortress for enemies. Shinto shrine Tsurugaoka Hachimangu, dedicated to the god of war. It was the family temple of the Minamoto clan. The road to the shrine runs between two ponds: "Genji" - which means life and "Heike" - which means death. Maiden stage, where the wedding of the first shogun of Japan, Minamoto Yoritomo, took place. Cutting the entire city as if in half, stretches the wide sakura alley of Wakamiya Oji, leading from the sanctuary to the ocean. Kotoku Temple and the Great Bronze Buddha (Daibutsu) 13.5 m high. Created in 1252, the shrine survived severe fires, powerful earthquakes and tsunamis. Three-level temple Hasedera. Here, on top of a sacred hill, is the famous gilded sculpture of the eleven-faced goddess Kannon. The tallest wooden sculpture in Japan is 9.5 meters high, it was carved from a single trunk of a camphor tree on the orders of a Buddhist monk. Dinner. Moving to Fujisawa, here on the island of the samurai, on the top of the hill there is a sanctuary of the dragon of the seas, revered as the deity of loyalty and devotion. The Cape of Love, where all lovers strive to get to in order to strengthen their feelings for each other. Iwaya Cave was carved out by water and served as a natural shelter during the wars of the samurai clans. Transfer to the hotel after the excursion.
Day 4 Excursion to Takao.
Meeting with the guide in the hotel lobby and transfer to Tokyo station.
Excursion to Mount Takao.
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...when you walk the paths up Mount Takao, you feel that there is something divine in these places. Here stand the sacred Shinto “octopus pines”, tall trees surrounded by white ropes at the base with powerful roots that really resemble the tentacles of a giant octopus. Here, several picturesque paths lead to the top, and on the way to it you pass by the beautiful Yakuo-in temple complex, originally erected back in 744! The approaches to it are guarded by frightening-looking statues of Buddhist demons in armor, with scales and with swords. Finally, from here, from the top of Takao-san, there is a stunning view of the nearby sea of green hills, as well as Tokyo itself. On a clear day, if you look closely, you can see the silhouette of the Landmark Tower, the tallest skyscraper in Japan, located in the city of Yokohama, on the horizon. And if you look in the other direction, then, again in good weather, you can see Mount Fuji!
In recent years, a visit to Takao-san, located on the outskirts of Hachioji, a satellite town of the Japanese capital whose name poetically translates as “Eight Princes,” has become an extremely popular Sunday getaway among Tokyoites. The subway trains heading from downtown Shinjuku Station towards Takao-san are packed on weekends with people of all ages carrying backpacks and wearing trekking boots. From Takaosankuchi station, after a few minutes of leisurely walking past souvenir shops and restaurants with delicious soba - buckwheat noodles - there will be a miniature station, from where you can take a cable car a couple of hundred meters up the hill. However, you can arrive at approximately the same point using a cable car: a wonderful feeling when a swaying cabin slowly floats literally through the crowns of tall trees, and there is emptiness under your feet, and only a safety net stretching along the entire route can save you from falling into the abyss !
But then the path lies only on foot, past those very “octopus” pines, each of which is a Shinto god, past the wooden memorial plaques covered in hieroglyphs with the names of those who donated funds for the development of local infrastructure, lined up in a row, past the famous local restaurant Beer Garden, where Paul McCartney himself was once a guest! Closer to the top, not far from the temple, lively trade arises again: entire rows of souvenirs are located here. The main local souvenir is masks and keychains with the image of the colorful big-nosed mountain demon tengu, painted red. Since ancient times, it is the tengu that has been the ruler - and patron - of these places, the symbol of Takao-san and the entire Meiji no Mori National Park. Next to the temple itself there is a huge sculpture of a tengu, with that same long nose and wings behind the demon’s back.
...and after admiring the views to your heart’s content, you can go to a roadside restaurant somewhere halfway from the top, breathe in the freshest, moisture-saturated air, admire the crowns of majestic pine trees and enjoy the peaceful local atmosphere, remembering the times when Japan was ruled by gods and demons...
Day 5 Free day in TOKYO.
Day 8 Departure.
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We provide transfers for any flight during the day

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