Osaka | Tokyo
Chasing Pokemon in Japan
Tokyo & Osaka cities are flashing and whirring paradise for kids and it’s far and away from the most interesting destination in Japan for families. From the food to the attraction for kids ad also the parents that could easily keep a family very busy for a week or more
All Year Long
7 Days 6 Nights
The Highlights of the Journey
- Play the card or buy original products from Pokemon Center Tour
- Visit the ultimate indoor Lego Playground in Legoland Discovery in both Osaka and Tokyo
- Visit Universal Studio Japan
- Fullday exploring Tokyo Disneysea Themepark
- Shopping at the famous Gotemba Premium Outlets
**Rates are per person based on USD and 2 people traveling together
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Day 1 - 3
Osaka | 3 Nights
Osaka is the second largest metropolitan area after Tokyo. And have a bunch of activities for the families. You will start the journey and visit Pokemon Center, A public space to play the card game and buy original goods from this famous franchise. There is also Pokemon Card Game Classroom for kids and for all levels, from beginners lessons to advanced classes on how to make your own deck. Then visit the spectacular high rise building in Kita district called Umeda Sky Building, which in the top you will find the Floating Garden Observatory at the top of the building and see the scenery of Osaka’s landscape from a height of 170 meters.
Besides Pokemon, we take you to The Ultimate Indoor Lego Playground. Family fun with 2 rides, 8 Lego build & play zones, 4D cinema &, etc. A special attraction to Legoland Osaka is the Master Builder Academy, Model Builder’s workshop where you will have your chance to learn from the master with hands-on tuition from the best in the business and learn how to create your own incredible models. Then after, the guide will take you to the oldest temple in Japan, Shintennoji temple with a short walk away, the Gokuraku-Jodo Garden was designed based on descriptions of the Western Paradise of the Amida Buddha. Also on the temple grounds stands a treasure house that displays paintings, scriptures, and other valuable belongings of the temple in periodic themed exhibitions.
It is never a visit to Osaka without visiting Universal Studio Japan. Enjoy your visit here with Express Pass 7 and skip the line to some attractions and shows. Also, get the guaranteed entry to The Wizarding World of Harry Potter with timed entry and fewer crowds
Day 4 - 7
Tokyo | 3 Nights
Tokyo offers a seemingly unlimited choice of shopping, entertainment, culture, and dining.
During this tour, we will take you to enjoy the full day in one of the most popular theme park than Disneyland one. The only DisneySea in the world has much adrenaline challenging attractions and it fits little kids especially boys. And also through Japan from the culture such as Imperial Palace East Garden, Hozoman Gate, Asakusa Shrine and Senso-Ji Temple, Tokyo SkyTree
Treat your child and Bring them to Pokemon Mega Centre Tokyo were located in Ikebururo’s Sunshine City Shopping Centre and also the largest Pokemon Centre in Japan. There is where Pokemon fans shop for a huge range of merchandise including limited edition items and also the one that cannot be missed is Legoland Discover Center Tokyo and they have special attraction Ninja Go City Adventure. Then you could have an authentic course that allows you to experience the Samurai Spirit through performing Kembu, a traditional Japanese art. Learn basic techniques of Kembu such as handling a Japanese sword, performing slashing techniques, and some simple samurai actions. You can also learn how to handle a Japanese fan and the way of bowing and walking in traditional arts.
We cannot miss the shopping for the adults, then we take you to The Gotemba Premium Outlets are Japan’s most popular outlet mall, located in Gotemba City at the base of Mount Fuji not far from Hakone. The mall features over 200 stores along with a number of restaurants, a food court, and a 50-meter high Ferris wheel. The stores found at the Premium Outlets are the outlets of internationally known brands of fashion, sports, food, household goods and electronics, and range from everyday items to luxury goods. The prices are not ridiculously cheap, but they are better on average than what you will find at regular retail shops in Japan.