Tokyo, Japan - Tokyo, Japan 16 days trip

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1

Tokyo, Japan

5 nights Thu. Oct 01-Tue. Oct 06

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Kamakura, Japan

0 nights Tue. Oct 06

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Hakone, Japan

1 night Tue. Oct 06-Wed. Oct 07

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Numata, Japan

1 night Wed. Oct 07-Thu. Oct 08

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Nagano, Japan

1 night Thu. Oct 08-Fri. Oct 09

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Takayama, Japan

1 night Fri. Oct 09-Sat. Oct 10

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Nagoya, Japan

0 nights Sat. Oct 10

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Kyoto, Japan

3 nights Sat. Oct 10-Tue. Oct 13

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Nara, Japan

0 nights Tue. Oct 13

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Wakayama, Japan

0 nights Tue. Oct 13

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Osaka, Japan

1 night Tue. Oct 13-Wed. Oct 14

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Matsuyama, Japan

1 night Wed. Oct 14-Thu. Oct 15

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Tokyo, Japan

1 night Thu. Oct 15-Fri. Oct 16

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Things to do in and around Tokyo

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  • tokyo street
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  • Golden Gai -  Tokyo
  • Tosho-gu Shrine
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  • Hakone, Japan
  • Toyokan, Tokyo National Museum
  • Senso-ji
  • Koishikawa Korakuen Gardens
  • Edo Tokyo Museum
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  • Fuji and Sakura
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  • Yakiniku in Ueno. Tokyo-150527-7
  • Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden
  • Ueno zoo, Tokyo, Japan
  • Yokohama by night
  • Kamakura...
  • Asakusa, Tokyo
  • mori art museum
  • Kabuki-Cho
  • Sakura at Chidorigafuchi Park
  • sarushima beach
  • 2007-10-06 Nihonminkaen 216
  • ooedo onsen monogatari
  • Yanaka - Tokyo
  • Shinjuku 13-10-26
  • tokyo museum
  • Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park
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  • Ghibli Museum, Mitaka
  • Tokyo: Tsukiji Jonai Shijo
  • Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo
  • a6 Suntory Museum
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Tokyo

Japan, Kanto region

CultureFoodHistoricNight life5 nightsThu. Oct 01 - Tue. Oct 06

Brimming with undeniable energy, Japan's capital and largest city is a vast metropolis full of museums, parks, and cultural monuments.

Tokyo Metropolis is one of the 47 prefectures of Japan, and is both the capital and most populous city of Japan. The Greater Tokyo Area is the most populous metropolitan area in the world. It is the seat of the Emperor of Japan and the Japanese government. Formerly known as Edo, it has been the de facto seat of government since 1603 when Shogun Tokugawa Ieyasu made the city his headquarters. It officially became the capital after Emperor Meiji moved his seat to the city from the old capital of Kyoto in 1868. Many tourists visit the various downtowns, stores, and entertainment districts. Among a multitude of attractions you may find museums, markets, gardens, shrines, castles, and many more.
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Things to do in and around Kamakura

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  • Bamboo forest
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  • Wooden main gate (Sanmon) at Kencho-ji
  • Jb Engaku-ji Temple - Kamakura
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Kamakura

Japan, Kanto region

HistoricCultureBeaches0 nightsTue. Oct 06

Only an hour from Tokyo, Kamakura is saturated with history, boasting many fine temples and shrines, as well a lovely popular beach.

Kamakura is a city in Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan, about 50 kilometres (31 miles) south-south-west of Tokyo. Although Kamakura proper is today rather small, it is often described in history books as a former de facto capital of Japan as the seat of the Shogunate and of the Regency during the Kamakura Period. Kamakura was designated as a city on November 3, 1939. Kamakura has a beach which, in combination with its temples and proximity to Tokyo, makes it a popular tourist destination.
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Things to do in and around Hakone

  • Hakone, Japan
  • Sightseeing Cruise @ Lake Ashi @ From Togendai to Hakone-Machi
  • Hakone Ropeway
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  • Hakone - Fuji Sengen Jinja
  • Fuji and Sakura
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  • POLA Museum
  • Coffee bath
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  • Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park
   
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Hakone

Japan, Kanto region

Small townsNatureActiveCulture1 nightTue. Oct 06 - Wed. Oct 07

Providing easy access to the national park surrounding Mt. Fuji, this charming town also offers museums and traditional hot springs.

Hakone is a town in Ashigarashimo District in Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan. The economy of Hakone is strongly dominated by the tourist industry. Hakone is noted for its onsen hot spring resorts, which attract both Japanese and international visitors due to its proximity to the greater Tokyo metropolis and to Mount Fuji. Sights include the volcanically active Owakudani geysers and Hakone Shrine on the shore of the lake, as well as the Hakone Botanical Garden of Wetlands. In April the cherry blossoms (sakura) and in autumn the Miscanthus sinensis (susuki) are noted sights. Hakone also has a number of art museums, including the Hakone Open-Air Museum and Pola Museum of Art.
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Things to do in and around Numata

  • Small town, Akita
  • Tomonoura (鞆の浦)
  • Nikko National Park 15
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  • Ryuzu Waterfall
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Numata

Japan

1 nightWed. Oct 07 - Thu. Oct 08

An authentic Japanese destination visited by few tourists.

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Things to do in and around Nagano

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  • Living Edo-style
  • Lake Suwa, Suwa, Nagano, Japan
  • Spring at Kamikochi.
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  • Sugi
   
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Nagano

Japan, Chubu region

HistoricActiveNatureSmall towns1 nightThu. Oct 08 - Fri. Oct 09

Nestled amidst picturesque mountains, this town offers many historic landmarks, as well as easy access to nearby natural attractions.

Nagano, the capital city of Nagano Prefecture, is located in the northern part of the prefecture near the confluence of the Chikuma and the Sai rivers, on the main Japanese island of Honshu. Nagano is most famous for Zenko-ji, a 7th-century Buddhist temple that overlooks the city. A million tourists visit Nagano annually. Nagano was originally a town in Kamiminochi District built around the hilltop temple that is the largest wooden building in eastern Japan, but the city now encompasses locations that were within Sarashina, Hanishina, and Kamitakai districts.
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Things to do in and around Takayama

  • Early spring of The Japan Alps Yari-Hodaka Mountain Range : 早春の北アルプス槍・穂高連峰
  • I love this old town.
  • Hida Folk Village
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  • Takayama Jinya
  • Spring at Kamikochi.
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  • Hirata Folk Art Museum
  • Merchant's house and garden, Takayama
  • Glass
  • The World Heritage Shirakawa-go Panoramic View : 世界遺産白川郷全景
  • Lake Suwa, Suwa, Nagano, Japan
   
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Takayama

Japan, Chubu region

Small townsNatureActiveHistoricCulture1 nightFri. Oct 09 - Sat. Oct 10

Located at the heart of the Japanese Alps, Takayama is a beautiful small town, home to elegant 17C architecture, galleries, and historic temples.

Takayama is a city located in Gifu Prefecture, Japan. Takayama was settled as far back as the Jomon period. The town and its culture, as they exist today, took shape at the end of the 16C, when the Kanamori clan built Takayama Castle. However, the high altitude and separation from other areas of Japan kept the area fairly isolated, allowing Takayama to develop its own culture over about a 300-year period. Its main attractions include the surrounding nature, shrines, museums, and architectural curios.
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Things to do in and around Nagoya

  • Nayabashi, Nagoya
  • Yanagibashi, Meieki 4-chome, Nagoya
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  • Illumination
  • Kyoto Sunset
   
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Nagoya

Japan, Chubu region

CultureFoodNight life0 nightsSat. Oct 10

A thriving metropolis full of history, Nagoya is best known for its cultural wealth, including theaters, museums, and shrines.

Nagoya is the largest city in the Chubu region of Japan. Nagoya was a major trading city and political seat of the Owari lords, the most important house of the Tokugawa clan. They encouraged trade and the arts under their patronage, especially Tokugawa Muneharu who took a keen interest in drama and plays and lived lavishly. Under his rule, actors and actresses began to visit Nagoya. Arts and culture was further supported by the city's wealthy merchants. During World War II many old buildings and artefacts were destroyed. The region's economic and financial power in the post-war years rekindled the artistic and cultural scene.
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Things to do in and around Kyoto

  • Kyoto Sunset
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  • Fushimi-Inari Taisha, Kyoto
  • Daitoku-ji, Kyoto
  • 奈良 Nara
  • Arashiyama
  • Katsura Imperial Villa and Gardens, Kyoto
  • Raku Museum 樂美術館
  • Nishiki Market, Kyoto
  • Kinkaku-ji
  • Hase-dera, Niomon (Gate of Deva King) -1 (July 2011)
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  • Ginkaku-ji @ Kyoto
  • Kyoto national museum
  • Nanzen-ji Aqueduct
  • Kobe
  • Storage house for sacred rice at Ise Grand Shrine
  • Kiyomizu-dera / Kyoto
  • Shoren-in Temple, Kyoto
  • Gion District, Kyoto
  • Kodai-ji Temple
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Kyoto

Japan, Kansai region

CultureFoodHistoricNight life3 nightsSat. Oct 10 - Tue. Oct 13

The capital of Imperial Japan for a whole millennium, the charming Kyoto is full of museums, cultural monuments, castles, and parks.

Kyoto is a city located in the central part of the island of Honshu, Japan. Formerly the Imperial capital of Japan for more than one thousand years, it is now the capital city of Kyoto Prefecture located in the Kansai region, as well as a major part of the Kyoto-Osaka-Kobe metropolitan area. Kyoto is also known as the thousand-year capital. Although archaeological evidence suggests human settlement in Kyoto began as early as the Paleolithic period, relatively little is known about human activity in the area before the 6th century AD, around which time the Shimogamo Shrine is believed to have been established.
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Things to do in and around Nara

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  • Todai-ji temple, Nara Japan
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  • Kasuga Taisha (Kasuga Grand Shrine), Nara-0586
  • Isuien garden in Nara
  • Kyoto Sunset
  • Arashiyama
   
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Nara

Japan, Kansai region

HistoricCulture0 nightsTue. Oct 13

A culturally significant city, Nara is full of Japanese heritage, historic landmarks, as well as a wealth of shrines and temples.

Nara is the capital city of Nara Prefecture located in the Kansai region of Japan. Eight temples, shrines and ruins in Nara remain: specifically Tōdai-ji, Saidai-ji, Kofuku-ji, Kasuga Shrine, Gango-ji, Yakushi-ji, Toshodai-ji, and the Heijo Palace, together with Kasugayama Primeval Forest, collectively form "Historic Monuments of Ancient Nara", a UNESCO World Heritage Site. According to the legendary history of Kasuga Shrine, a mythological god Takemikazuchi arrived in Nara on a white deer to guard the newly built capital of Heijo-kyo. Since then the deer have been regarded as heavenly animals, protecting the city and the country.
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Things to do in and around Wakayama

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  • Fossils
  • Nomura Daisho
  • Kyoto Sunset
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Wakayama

Japan, Kinki region

Food0 nightsTue. Oct 13

Relatively undiscovered, this unassuming coastal city boasts great beaches, distinctive cuisine, natural hot springs, and much more.

Wakayama is the capital city of Wakayama Prefecture in the Kansai region of Japan. Wakayama is cleft in two by the Kinokawa River. The city is bordered at the north by mountains and Osaka Prefecture. In the city center is Wakayama Castle, built in a city central park. This castle is a concrete replica of the original, which was destroyed in World War II. Wakayama is home to one of Japan's three Melody Roads, which is made from grooves cut into the pavement, which when driven over causes a tactile vibration and audible rumbling transmitted through the wheels into the car body. Wakayama Prefecture is famous across Japan for its umeboshi (salty pickled plums) and mikan (mandarins).
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Things to do in and around Osaka

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  • Shitenno-ji III
  • もこもこハルカス
  • Tempozan Ferris Wheel
  • Kyoto Sunset
  • 奈良 Nara
  • Osaka Castle
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  • Universal Studios Japan
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  • Arashiyama
  • Hase-dera, Niomon (Gate of Deva King) -1 (July 2011)
   
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Osaka

Japan, Kansai region

FoodNight lifeCultureHistoric1 nightTue. Oct 13 - Wed. Oct 14

A bustling urban center, Osaka blends Japanese innovation with ancient traditions, and offers superb culinary experiences.

Osaka has a large number of wholesalers and retail shops. The stores along the arcade include commodities, clothing, and catering outlets. Osaka is known for its food, in Japan and abroad and its fine sake, which is made with fresh water from the prefecture's mountains. Osaka's culinary prevalence is the result of a location that has provided access to high quality ingredients, a high population of merchants, and proximity to the ocean and waterway trade. In recent years, Osaka has started to garner more attention from foreigners with the increased popularity of cooking and dining in popular culture.
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Things to do in and around Matsuyama

  • Matsuyama Castle
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  • Tram sation Dogo Onsen
  • Dogo onsen
  • Masks in Ishite-Ji's treasure hall
  • Itsukushima
  • Okunoshima (Rabbit Island), in Hiroshima prefecture, Japan.
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  • Hiroshima #5
   
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Matsuyama

Japan, Shikoku region

HistoricCultureFood1 nightWed. Oct 14 - Thu. Oct 15

Famed for its historic castle, this city boasts historic and cultural landmarks, as well as a great culinary scene.

Matsuyama is the capital city of Ehime Prefecture on the island of Shikoku in Japan and also Shikoku's largest city. It is located on the northeastern portion of the Dogo Plain. Its name means "pine mountain". The city is known for its hot springs (onsen), among the oldest in Japan, and is home to the Dogo Onsen Honkan, a Meiji Period wooden public bathhouse dating from 1894. A second favorite tourist spot is Matsuyama Castle. Eight of the eighty-eight temples in the Shikoku Pilgrimage are in Matsuyama.
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Things to do in and around Tokyo

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  • tokyo street
  • meiji shrine tokyo japan
  • Golden Gai -  Tokyo
  • Tosho-gu Shrine
  • IMG_0523
  • Hakone, Japan
  • Toyokan, Tokyo National Museum
  • Senso-ji
  • Koishikawa Korakuen Gardens
  • Edo Tokyo Museum
  • P1100416
  • Fuji and Sakura
   
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Tokyo

Japan, Kanto region

CultureFoodHistoricNight life1 nightThu. Oct 15 - Fri. Oct 16

Brimming with undeniable energy, Japan's capital and largest city is a vast metropolis full of museums, parks, and cultural monuments.

Tokyo Metropolis is one of the 47 prefectures of Japan, and is both the capital and most populous city of Japan. The Greater Tokyo Area is the most populous metropolitan area in the world. It is the seat of the Emperor of Japan and the Japanese government. Formerly known as Edo, it has been the de facto seat of government since 1603 when Shogun Tokugawa Ieyasu made the city his headquarters. It officially became the capital after Emperor Meiji moved his seat to the city from the old capital of Kyoto in 1868. Many tourists visit the various downtowns, stores, and entertainment districts. Among a multitude of attractions you may find museums, markets, gardens, shrines, castles, and many more.
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