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Japan

Japan

East meets West—nowhere else in the world is this more evident than in the Land of the Rising Sun.

Japan is one of the few places in the world where historic traditions are still ingrained in daily life despite innovation and modernity. The fusion of a distinctly far east culture with an undeniably western sense of being guarantees that in Japan, what to do and where to go is something visitors are constantly asking themselves because there are simply so many choices.

From Tokyo to Osaka to Kyoto and back, the Japanese archipelago is among the most exciting destinations on this side of the globe—and for good reason.

So Many Places to Go and Things to do in Japan

Culture is undoubtedly one of, if not Japan’s greatest contribution to the world. While every corner in every city on every island across the country is an opportunity for immersion, there are certain places to see and things to do in Japan that complete the experience.

It might not seem like it with all the bright neon lights and incredible gadgets all around, but Japan is among the last empires in the world. A trip to the Imperial Palace in Tokyo will help bring this fact to life. A visit to the beautiful gardens of this landmark will put you in such a Zen state of mind that you will probably forget about all other plans for things to do in Japan.

Create a bridge to the Land of the Rising Sun by immersing in its rich and storied past before touching base with everything else it has to offer. It’s only after you see why the Japanese are so proud of their heritage that you get a better appreciation of what Japan is today. Get this done by visiting each of the 17 Historic Monuments of Ancient Kyoto.

For adventure and excitement, you can visit some of the most interactive and technologically advanced theme parks in the world—Tokyo Disneyland and Disney Sea in Tokyo, and Universal Studios Japan in Osaka.

Historical preservation and modern eccentricities are what make the Land of the Rising Sun the incomparable destination that it is today. Start planning what to do in Japan to experience all the best it has to offer.

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  1. Half Day Kyoto Tour On Foot

    Kyoto, Japan

    This beguiling walking tour will take you on an inspiring journey into Kyoto’s past as you discover stunning historical and architectural gems. Your itinerary includes a tour of the principal temples and shrines as well as leading you through the enchanting Geisha Quarter.
    $53.63
  2. Walking Tour with Sumo Wrestlers

    Tokyo, Japan

    You have never experienced Japanese culture until you have met these Japanese Gladiators. Sumo wrestling is a proud sport for the Japanese people, which is why it's an honor and a privilege to meet an athlete like this.
    $202.00
  3. Tsukiji Fish Market Private Walking Tour

    Tokyo, Japan

    Japan is well known for their gourmet dishes and many of these dishes are possible because of the raw materials used in them. Travel to the Tsukiji Market to discover for yourself what wonders Japan has to offer.
    $69.00
  4. Sushi Making Lesson with Beef-Nabe for Lunch

    Tokyo, Japan

    Ever dreamed of being a sushi chef? Take this experience on as certified chefs help you handcraft your masterpiece resulting to a "sushi experience certificate". Topping it all off, you get to have a delicious dish of beef-nabe.
    $86.00
  5. Tokyo DisneySea 1 Day Passport Admission Ticket with Delivery

    Tokyo, Japan

    Built at the dawn of the millennium, Disney Sea has risen to be one of the most popular theme parks to visit making it as the fifth-most-visited theme park in the world. Having attractions unique to itself with gondolas and steam liners takes it in a class of its own.
    $80.00
  6. Tokyo Disneyland Admission Ticket 1 Day Passport with Delivery

    Tokyo, Japan

    Disneyland, a land of dreams and fairy tales made to life. Open for more than 3 decades ago, the castles and magic has never faded over time.
    $79.00
  7. Mt. Fuji and Hakone with return by Bullet Train

    Tokyo, Japan

    Enjoy scenery of rural Japan driving along to Mt.Fuji and a panoramic view from the 5th station. And take in the natural view of Hakone from sky gondola. At the Owakudani Boiling Valley there’s an ancient Crater where you can smell sulfurous fume and see clouds of steam rise from crevasses. Why not try black colored shell eggs boiled in sulfurous hot spring water? Then board the Pirate Boat Cruise on Lake Ashi , cruising across peaceful Lake Ashi,enjoying the picturesque and serene natural beauty of the crater lake.Return Tokyo by bullet train.
    $187.88
  8. Half Day Nara Tour On Foot

    Kyoto, Japan

    Discover the monumental but compact city of Nara, site of the legendary eight Historic Monuments of Ancient Nara, with this enthralling half-day walking tour from Kyoto. In 1998 Unesco designated the Historic Monuments of Ancient Nara a World Heritage Site, and the reasons for doing so will become abundantly clear as this 4.5km walking route unfolds.
    $64.63
  9. Full Day Nara And Kyoto Tour On Foot

    Kyoto, Japan

    It’s a tale of two cities for this epic walking tour of Nara and Kyoto. Explore these cities renowned for their beauty and historic architecture in one day, with a4.5km stroll through Nara in the morning and a 3.5km walk through Kyoto after lunch. This fascinating excursion includes return travel on the Kintetsu Express train to Nara.
    $117.00
  10. Unique and Cultural One Day Family Tour in Osaka

    Osaka, Japan

    Osaka, Japan is one of the most preserved places for local culture. Perfect for a trip with your loved ones or a special someone, this is an experience that will immerse you into places that tell stories.
    $220.00
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