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Japan Family Adventure Holiday

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What to Expect:
  • 12 days
  • Educational
  • Escorted group
  • Hiking
  • Min age 5yrs

Head to Japan on this family adventure holiday and experience how the modern world meets the traditional. Ride the famous bullet train, sample the cuisine, take in the amazing views of Mount Fuji and see the stunning temples and monuments throughout the city and rural locations.

Suitable for children over the age of 5 years, this really will be a family experience of a lifetime in Japan where you will explore both the hustle and bustle of a city whilst experiencing the serenity of other areas. The trip lasts 12-days and is led by an experienced guide in a group of no more than 16 people.

When

Tours operate throughout the year, with some key departure dates during the school holidays.

Stay

Hotels (7 nights) and Ryokan - traditional Japanese living quarters (4 nights). Meals included: 9 breakfasts, 1 lunch and 3 dinners.

Price

From £2935 per adult and £2641 per child including accommodation, domestic travel, some excursions and some meals. Flights can be arranged for an additional cost.

Itinerary

Day 1

Welcome meeting with your group and leader at 6pm.

Day 2

Visit the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building for the most amazing views of the city. Followed by a trip to a Buddist temple, a caligraphy lesson and a comic and cartoon museum.

Day 3

Early morning trip to explore the fish market, then brunch and a wander through the food market. End the day with dinner on board a boat around Tokyo Bay.

Day 4

Train to Hakone, to the Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park - hot springs, bush walks, lakes and views of Mt. Fuji.

Day 5

Visit the Karakuri secret box museum followed by a walk around the lake then sleep Japanese-style (on a tatami mat) in a family-run guesthouse.

Day 6

Head to and learn about the history of Hiroshima.

Day 7

Take a short ferry ride to the island of Miyajima to visit the famous Shinto shrine of Itsukushima. Stroll around the park or take a cable car ride to the top to Mt. Misen.

Day 8

Kyoto today. See the Himeji Castle, along with temples and shrines, palaces and gardens, followed by free time to explore. Then head to a local food market and learn how ingredients are used.

Day 9

Visit Fushimi Inari Shrine in Kyoto with a walk.

Day 10

Head to the monkey park then visit a temple near a bamboo forest. Spend the afternoon on a boat ride down the Hozu River.

Day 11

Explore Kyoto at your own pace or book on to some additional excursions, including a cookery lesson, urban biking, day trip to Universal Studios or a Samari sword dance lesson.

Day 12

Breakfast then the trip ends.

For full itinerary details, please call our team on 020 3633 0653 to find out more, for prices and to book.

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Location

You will travel from one end of Japan to the other; Tokyo to Hiroshima then on to Kyoto, by train, bullet train, tram and cable car.

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