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Tokyo / Nagoya / Kiso Valley / Kyoto

Join Tour - Departs Wednesday & Friday



In recent years, Japan has become one of the hottest family travel destinations the world over. Japan's vibrant and ultra-modern society is distinctively complemented by its magnificent history, timeless traditions, incomparable hospitality and breathtaking natural sceneries -- making Japan truly a world class destination for explorers and families alike.


Your journey of Japan begins with one of the world's most modern yet historic cities -- Tokyo, affectionately known as Edo, the ancient capital where the Tokugawa Shogunate ruled Japan for centuries. We'll show you the highlights of city including a trip up to the Tokyo SkyTree, the world's newest and highest free-standing structure. We also take you to the awe-inspiring Niiko's Edo Wonderland to trace the footsteps of Old Japan with the Ninjas and Samurais!  Then we ride the Shinkansen, or Bullet Train, to Nagoya. Traveling at speeds in excess of 180 MPH, you will catch a glimpse of the Japan's lush and tranquil countryside on board one of the world's most advanced locomotives. Enjoy a visit to the Toyota Commemorative Museum, a state-of-the-art industrial museum that showcases everything from ancient textile manufacturing, to 21st Century automotive design; and the historically significant Nagoya Castle that has shaped Japan's 4th largest city.

Next, embark on a time capsule to beautifully preserved post towns of Magome & Tsumago in Kiso Valley, situated along the old "highway" connecting Kyoto and Edo during the Samurai Period. It is here where visitors find themselves completely immersed in "Old Japan", journeying back in time along the cobbled footpaths connecting these ancient villages, each lined with traditional wooden homes, colorfully decorated shops and local food stands in the surroundings of spectacular mountain scenery.

Your journey continues on to Kyoto, the ancient capital of Japan for more than a thousand years. Kyoto is forever known for its history and culture, casting an image of Old Japan where ancient Buddhist temples, traditional wooden houses, stunning palaces and beautiful classical gardens abound. Enjoy an invigorating bicycle ride through the back streets of Kyoto to explore the charm and history of this ancient city.

This is an expedition not to be missed. Get ready to experience Japan that goes beyond the imagination!




  • Roundtrip Economy Class Air via All Nippon Airways / United Airlines from the U.S.

  • 7 nights hotel accommodations per itinerary

  • Hotel American Breakfasts Daily

  • Transportation within Japan per itinerary

  • Join sightseeing by motorcoach with services of English-speaking guides

  • Separate baggage transfer service between Tokyo / Kyoto 




TOKYO (3 nights)

  • 3 nights at Hyatt Regency Tokyo

  • Half day Tokyo sightseeing including a visit to the Tokyo SkyTree

  • Full day excursion to Nikko & Edo Wonderland

  • Airport transfers by private taxi upon arrival

NAGOYA (2 nights)

  • 2 nights at Marriott Associa Hotel

  • Afternoon sightseeing of Nagoya Castle and Toyota Commemorative Museum

  • Full-day Kiso Valley Excursion to Magome and Tsumago

KYOTO (2 nights)

  • 2 nights at Hotel Okura | Hotel Monterey Kyoto

  • 1 lunch

  • Half day Nara tour by motorcoach

  • Full day private bicycle tour of Kyoto

  • Departure transfers to Itami or Kansai Airport in Osaka by shuttle van


2014 Price Chart (Prices valid through December 13, 2014)

Set Departures

Land Only




Single Supplement

January - February

3,325 4,425 4,525 4,575 1,155

March - April

3,425 4,675 4,775 4,825 1,215


3,425 4,725 4,825 4,875 1,215


3,525 5,075 5,225 5,325 1,175

July - August

3,525 5,125 5,275 5,375 1,175


3,375 4,575 4,675 4,725 1,175

October - November

3,425 4,625 4,725 4,775 1,215


3,375 4,575 4,675 4,725 1,175

Tour requires minimum of 2 passengers to operate



  • Prices are per person, based on double occupancy

  • Price includes entrance fees, hotel taxes & service charges

  • Price excludes personal expenses beverages during included lunches, hotel breakfast (optional)

  • Peak Season Hotel Surcharge in Kyoto: Add $60 per person/night for stays during Mar.22-Apr.12; Nov.14-Dec.06

  • Tour commences in Tokyo and ends in Kyoto. Please refer to the Tour Schedule for departure dates

  • Edo Wonderland closed December - March 20. Full day sightseeing in Nikko or Kamakura will be arranged instead.

  • For Air & Land Option:

    • When Trans-Pacific travel takes place on a weekend (Fri-Sun), add $50 per person each direction.

    • U.S. & Foreign departure taxes, fees and fuel surcharges are not included (Approx. $650 - subject to change)

    • Airfare supplement of $400 (SFO/LAX) | $500 (NYC/CHI) applies for departures between December 14 - 24

    • Add-on fares from eligible connecting U.S. domestic cities are available. Contact us for details

  • For additional details of this trip, please refer to our Tour Itinerary page

  • All flights, hotels and land services are subject to availability at time of reservation




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