Famous for hot springs, natural beauty, and the view across Lake Ashinoko nearby Mount Fuji, Hakone suits for whoever looking for a break from Tokyo.
Highlight of JapanTokyo | Hakone
Highlights of the journey
- Family photo opportunity with Japanese traditional kimono
- Experience the thrill of Taiko drumming
- Strolling around Tsukiji fish market with local chef for Sushi-making lesson
- Cruising around wonderful Lake Ashi
- 1-night stay in traditional Japanese inn ‘Ryokan’
**Rates are per person based on USD and 2 people traveling together
Day 1 – 4
Tokyo | 4 Nights
Tokyo is Japan’s capital and the world’s most populous metropolis. Prior to 1868, Tokyo was known as Edo. A small castle town in the 16th century, Edo became Japan’s political center in 1603. A few decades later, Edo had grown into one of the world’s most populous cities. With the Meiji Restoration of 1868, the emperor and capital moved from Kyoto to Edo, which was renamed Tokyo. You will still see some of the old buildings around the old city.
Tokyo city sightseeing includes visiting the Asakusa district, one of Tokyo’s oldest and well-preserved districts where you can still feel the presence of Ancient Japan. Walk along the Nakamise Dori Street, dating back to the Edo period when the temple’s neighbors were given special right to open their shops in the approach to the temple and arrive at the Sensoji Temple, with its huge lantern.
You will also experience the thrill of Taiko Drumming. These traditional Japanese drums, was once used as a ceremonial instrument. The powerful strokes are balanced and enhanced with a beautiful posture, making the movement is as important as the rhyme itself. After a watching professional perform for you, you will have the chance to learn and try it for yourself and your family.
Seize the opportunity to perpetuate your memories with your loved ones in our special Family Day photo sessions. You will be wearing the Japanese traditional kimono during the whole session and stroll around the beauty of Tokyo, choreographed by our professional cameraman / woman.
Your visit to Tokyo would not be complete without seeing Tsukiji fish market. This market ranks at the top in every measurable category, importing a diversity of seafood among the wholesale fish markets of the world from 6 countries on six continents. You will enjoy strolling around with the known local Chef and choose fresh seafood for your Sushi lessons. This Sushi lesson is a hands-on experience to learn Temari or Nigiri Sushi (hand-rolled), Maki Sushi (seaweed wrapper), or even Miso soup which you will make them on your own.
Hakone | 1 Nights
Famous for its hot springs, natural beauty and the view across Lake Ashinoko of nearby Mount Fuji, Hakone is one of the most popular destinations among Japanese and international tourists looking for a break from Tokyo.
Lake Ashinoko was formed by the caldera of Mount Hakone. Take a lake cruise here while enjoying the magnificent views of Mt. Fuji in the background, and look for reflections of the surrounding mountains on the lake surface when the weather is good enough. Visit the unique Hakone Open Air Museum, where you can enjoy the balance of nature and art through a variety of sculptures in perfect harmony with picturesque views of the surrounding valley and mountains. Also take a look at the indoor galleries, including works from world-famous artists including Rodin, Bourdelle, Miro, and one of the largest collections of British sculptor Henry Moore. There is also a Picasso Pavilion with a collection of over 30 pieces of ’em.
You will have a chance to stay in Japanese inn called Ryokan. A ryokan is for everyone who wishes to experience Japanese culture and enjoy the comforts of Japanese hospitality and service. Ryokans have been a part of Japanese culture for centuries. You might wanna take a dip in traditional Japanese onsen, a hot spring bathing facility which is known for its healing effects for some skin problems and also to ease you during your night sleep.
Day 6 – 7
Tokyo | 1 Nights
- package: Starts from $5,000
- Allow additional guests: No
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