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November tour to Japan.

November tour to Japan.
1 person in 2 places. room in a 4* hotel
$3.850
Transfer from card to card discount
5%
Discount for early booking
5%
Duration:
10 days / 9 nights
Tour dates:
c 08.11.2023 по 17.11.2023
Cities:
Hotels:
Hotel East 21 Tokyo 4*
Emblem Flow Hakone 3*
Urban Hotel Kyoto Gojo Premium 4*
hotel MONday Premium TOYOSU 4*

Number of persons:
Minimum 2 people
Guaranteed check-in. Mini group of 8 people. For a group of less than 6 people, all excursions are conducted using public transport.
Purpose of Travel:
November tour to Japan.
Services
included
Accommodation in hotels.
Breakfasts.
Individual transport.
6 excursions.
Entry tickets.
High-speed train.
Transfers.
Russian speaking guide.
6 lunches.
Public transport for a group of less than 6 people.
not included
International flight.
Meals not specified in the program.
Personal expenses.
Visa (if required)
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1
day
08.11 1 day. Arrival, meeting at the airport and transfer to the hotel.
Full description
The guide will meet you with a sign "Tokyo Lion House" and will help you with everyday issues (money exchange, internet rental, etc.)
Transfer to the East 21 Tokyo 4* hotel, brief orientation, accommodation and rest.
2
day
09.11 2nd day. Tour of Tokyo with lunch of Japanese cuisine.
09:50
Meeting with the guide in the hotel lobby.
10:00- 17:00
Tour of Tokyo.
Full description
The Miji Jingu Imperial Shrine, worshiping the spirit of Japan's greatest emperor Matsuhito (Meiji), Otoriya (the largest in the country) made of 1500 year old Japanese Cypress. Skyscrapers of Shinjuku. Defense platform on the 45th floor of the Tokyo City Hall skyscraper built by the famous architect Kenzo Tange. Dinner. The majestic granite building of the Imperial Diet, the park of the imperial palace with Japanese Matsu pine trees, the double arched stone bridge of Nijubashi. Asakusa Kannon Temple, Yagodo Temple and 8 ancient Buddha statues, the Benten-yama bell tower - its bell chimed the time in Edo, Nakamise souvenir and craft street. - Fort Daiba - built in the middle of the ocean in 1850 to keep enemy ships out. A picturesque journey around the island: Deisan Historical Park, where you can see the remains of defensive structures. Futuristic Fuji TV building with a huge titanium ball.
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3
day
10.11 3rd day. Excursion to Nikko with lunch.
08:50
Meeting with the guide in the hotel lobby.
09:00-18:00
Excursion to Nikko.
Full description
Nikko National Forest is a place that, as its name suggests, exudes sunshine. Ever since a temple complex with a mausoleum for the great shogun Tokugawa Ieyasu was built here in the 17th century, Nikko has been synonymous with splendor. The red Shinkyo Bridge, which could only be crossed by envoys of the shogun or emperor, was built on the spot where the founder of the first temple in the Nikko Mountains, the Buddhist monk Shodo, according to legend, crossed a stormy mountain stream on the backs of two giant snakes. Dinner. The Hall of Three Buddhas in the Rinnoji Temple, where there is a unique composition of three three-meter statues - Buddha Amida, the Goddess of Mercy Kannon with the head of a horse and the thousand-armed Kannon. Just behind the temple is a bronze peace pillar in which 1,000 Buddhist sutras are walled up. A classic Shoyoen landscape garden, designed in such a way that it delights the eye with the subtle beauty of nature in all four seasons of the year. A sacred stable with a world-famous bas-relief of three wise monkeys, whose poses say: “see no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil.” Temple of the Singing Dragon Honjido, where a huge dragon is painted on the ceiling. He gives a voice when the monk standing under him strikes the wooden planks in a special magical way.
The main gate of Yomeimon, richly inlaid with fine wood carvings. On one of the columns the drawing is placed upside down to avoid the envy of evil spirits. Honden - The main hall of the shrine, where the deified spirits of the three great shoguns of Japan rest - Ieyasu Tokugawa, Hideyoshi Toyotomi and Yoritomo Minamoto. Those who wish can climb 200 stone steps leading to the bronze Hodo Pagoda, under the arches of which Ieyasu’s ashes are buried. Climbing along the mountain serpentine you will see the cascade of Kegon waterfalls. Transfer to the hotel after the excursion.
4
day
11.11 4 Day. Excursion to Hakone with lunch.
08:00
Check out from the hotel.
08:30
Meeting with guides in the hotel lobby.
09:00 -16:00
Excursion to Hakone
Full description
Check out from the hotel. We load things onto the bus and go on an excursion to Hakone.
Hakone... a resort area where ryokans - traditional Japanese hotels - are located among mountains and forests. The bubbling geysers of Owakudani Volcano are the only place in Hakone where volcanic activity can be observed. Here you can taste the so-called “longevity eggs”, which are boiled right in front of you in the bubbling water of burning springs. According to ancient legend, every egg eaten extends life by 7 years! Then you will take a cruise along the sacred mountain lake Ashino-ko on a pirate ship. According to another legend, in ancient times, a holy elder chained a huge dragon to the bottom of the lake with his magical power. Since then, it has been considered enchanted, so swimming in it is prohibited to this day. Transfer to the Emblem Flow Hakone hotel, accommodation in double rooms. Relaxation at the hot springs.
5
day
12.11 Day 5 Excursion around Kyoto with bento lunch in the train carriage.
09:30
Check out from the hotel.
10:00
Meeting with the guide at the reception.
10:30 -11:30
Transfer to Odawara station.
12:00
Travel by high speed train to Kyoto.
14:00
Arrival in Kyoto and tour of Kyoto.
Full description
Check out from the hotel, transfer to the station. Odawara and transfer by high-speed train to Kyoto. Arrival in Kyoto, meeting at the train carriage and tour of Kyoto.
Kyoto is the ancient imperial capital of Japan, one of the oldest cities in the country, the entire historical part of which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This city with refined traditions was founded at the end of the 8th century and served as the residence of emperors for almost twelve centuries. Among the many temples and sacred buildings in Kyoto, one can highlight the Sanjusan-gendo temple, built back in 1164 and today it is the longest wooden structure in the world. In the long central hall, in the twilight, there are 1001 statues of the goddess Kannon the Merciful. Then - lunch at a traditional Japanese restaurant. Another Kyoto gem is Kinkaku-ji, the "Golden Pavilion", an elegant three-level temple whose roofs are covered with thin sheets of gold. The building is topped with a traditional bronze phoenix. The temple is located in a magnificent walking garden from the Muromachi period. Nearby is the world-famous philosophical Zen rock garden of Ryoanji: fifteen stones seem to be randomly scattered on the white gravel, but from any point only fourteen are always visible... There is also the Silver Pavilion in Kyoto - Ginkaku-ji, another masterpiece of sacred Japanese architecture. The temple is gracefully reflected in the adjacent lake... And with the open veranda of Kiyomizudera Temple - the Temple of Pure Water - hanging over the abyss, a stunning panorama of Kyoto opens up. There is also a legendary source of wish fulfillment: if you make a wish and take three sips, then, according to ancient belief, this wish will definitely come true. It’s also worth checking out the Gion quarter, which has been a center of entertainment since ancient times, as well as a place where geishias live. Hotel accommodation. Rest.
6
day
13.11 Day 6 Excursion around Osaka.
Full description
10:00-18:00 Tour of Osaka.
The first settlements here arose in the fourth century, before the arrival of Buddhism in Japan. Surprisingly, in the place where Osaka is now located, in ancient times, before the capital periods of Nara and Kyoto, there was for some time the nomadic capital of Japan. Then this settlement was called Naniva, and the capital moved to a new place with the next ruler.
Osaka, Japan's second city, therefore has a long metropolitan tradition, which, coupled with its economic strength, makes it a real rival to Tokyo.
There really is something to see here! Osaka is a true metropolis, with almost twenty million people living in its agglomeration. It is also the largest economic center of Western Japan. Trade has long been carried out here, so the trading spirit of the Kansai region, of which Osaka is the center, has always been contrasted with the metropolitan Tokyo spirit of the Kanto region. There is even a Kansai dialect of Japanese here!
The spirit of modern Osaka is embodied in the skyscraper-filled Umeda business district. The famous Umeda Sky building is located here, one of the symbols of the city, which consists of two towers of forty floors, connected by a bridge at the very top. On the roof of the skyscraper there is an observation deck resembling a hanging garden, which is called Sky Gardens, as well as a real observatory! Osaka's great past is now silently narrated by the city's main symbol, the famous Osaka Castle, or Osaka-jo. It was built at the end of the sixteenth century by the outstanding military leader Toyotomi Hideyoshi. Osaka Castle became his stronghold in the fight against the Tokugawa shogunate, based in Edo, now Tokyo. Surrounded by a water moat, the castle, which played a significant role in that era, is located on a stone embankment, with giant boulders placed at its base. The castle has eight floors, three of which are basements. Now there is a museum with a large exhibition of samurai armor, historical documents and other artifacts of those legendary times. Osaka is also home to the famous Shitenno-ji Temple - “Temple of the Four Heavenly Lords”. It was founded at the end of the sixth century by Crown Prince Shotoku in honor of the victory of Buddhist forces over Shinto forces during the era of religious wars in ancient Japan. The temple is considered one of the most important Buddhist shrines in the country - as the birthplace and formation of Japanese Buddhism.
And the famous Dotonbori Street is a kind of bridge between the past and the present. It appeared at the beginning of the seventeenth century. With its neon lights, Dotonbori resembles a river: “fashion victims” will find boutiques of the world’s leading fashion brands here, and gourmets will appreciate the highest level of Japanese cuisine in local restaurants. Here you can taste original Osaka cuisine such as “yaki-niku” (grilled meat and vegetables), “kansai sushi” (pieces of marinated fish served with rice), “tako-yaki” (slices of boiled octopus baked in dough) ) and, of course, the famous Osaka “okonomiyaki” (a kind of omelette made from noodles, meat, seafood and cabbage, smeared with a special sauce and sprinkled with finely chopped dry tuna shavings). It was thanks to the abundance of delicious food in Osaka that the expression “kuidaore”, unique even for Japan, was born, which means truly epicurean enjoyment of food while spending all the money on it.
And for dessert, the magnificent Kaiyukan Oceanarium awaits you. This is one of the world's largest oceanariums, it is a model of our planet and consists of ten natural areas and fourteen themed aquariums! In the aquarium you can see about 30 thousand different species of marine life. Separately, it is worth highlighting the Pacific Ocean aquarium, which is home to the largest fish in the world - the whale shark.
Osaka is Tokyo's rival, the only city in Japan comparable to the “Capital of the East” in terms of history, economics and importance to the country.
Return to the hotel and rest.
7
day
14.11 Day 7 Excursion to Nara
Full description
Check out from the hotel. 10:00-16:00 Excursion to Nara - an ancient city located very close to Kyoto, half an hour's drive from Kyoto, was the capital of Japan from 710 to 784, that is, before the capital was moved to Kyoto. More recently, in 2010, noisy celebrations were held in Nara to mark the 1300th anniversary of the city's acceptance of the status of the imperial capital. The Nara era is the time of triumph of Buddhism that came to Japan from the Asian mainland, the time of the creation of majestic architectural structures, such as the Todaiji Temple of the Kegon Buddhist school, erected in 725. Todaiji, which translates to "Great Eastern Temple", is the largest wooden structure in the world. Like many man-made structures and natural beauties in Japan, this temple is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The main deity of the temple is the Buddha of Endless Light - the embodiment of the sun, a 16-meter bronze statue that cannot be photographed.
In general, Nara was built very thoughtfully, based on the principles of Feng Shui, in the image and likeness of Changyan, the capital of China during the Tang Dynasty.
Nara Park, which surrounds Todaiji and a number of other temples, has been home to deer for a long time. According to legend, the first emperor of Japan, Jimmu, the grandson of the sun goddess Amaterasu, descended from heaven on a deer in this place. Since then, all local deer have been considered descendants of that first deer. Despite the fact that they are wild, we can say that they are completely tame. Tourists happily feed them special rice cookies, which are sold throughout the park. All you have to do is reach out your hand with a cookie, and the sound of hooves will be heard from different directions, and in a matter of seconds, the muzzles of deer will poke into your palms, begging for a treat! Here, in Nara Park, there is also the Kofukuji Buddhist temple, built back in 669, where one of the tallest pagodas in the country, the 55-meter high Goju-no-to, which is a symbol of the city, is located.
...Nara preserves the memory of those legendary times when Buddhism was just coming to the Japanese islands, hitherto inhabited by Shinto gods and demons... Transfer to Kyoto station after the excursion. Travel by high speed train to Tokyo. Meeting at the train carriage and transfer to the hotel. Accommodation and rest.
8
day
15.11 Day 8 Free day in Tokyo.
9
day
16.11 Day 9 Free day in Tokyo.
10
day
17.11 Day 10 Transfer to the airport
Full description
Check out from the hotel. Transfer to the airport, departure.

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