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The busy world we live in, but need that Honeymoon

5 nights 6 days

"Your Honeymoon plans started out as a 8 night-9day trip. But with the busy world we live in now-a-days, those plans shrank to 7nights-8days. Then continued to shrink until only 5nights-6days. You may think Japan cannot be seen in such a time. But with a Honeymoon needed and Japan being high on the Honeymoon list of today, Yes! Japan can be reached. The shorter the Stay, the more tailor-made the contents become!"

  • Day 01

    Welcome to Japan! After your arrival into Tokyo, you will be met by your English Speaking Guide, and then taken to Tokyo Central Station to board your First Bullet Train to Kyoto. Enjoy the highspeed train and even try some food or drinks from the Trolley Girl. With the bowing of the staff as they leave the carriages, be treated to your first bit of Japanese politeness. (The New Miyako Hotel Kyoto)

  • Day 02

    Enjoy over half a day of Kyoto sightseeing before heading out approx..1 hour out of Kyoto to a hidden Hot Springs village for the night. While in Kyoto you can see such sights as the World Heritage Golden Pavilion, Sanjusangendo which is one of the longest/largest Wooden structures in Japan and holds 1001 Kanon Statues each with a different pose. At your accommodation enjoy the Japanese Style Inn and a private Onsen bath in your room. (Special and secret Hot Springs accommodation)

  • Day 03

    Take a novel way back to Kyoto. Take a traditional trading style boat down a picturesque river for approx.. 16km. Great nature and no matter what season animals and flowers are superb. Today also visit 2 World Heritage temples that will inspire you and remain in your memory for all time to come. On return to Kyoto Central take in a dinner meal in a restaurant located on the banks of the Kamogawa River. Very Traditional! (The New Miyako Hotel Kyoto)

  • Day 04

    After taking in Kyoto, the cultural Capitol of Japan, it is now time for you to "go modern". Take the bullet train back to Tokyo in the morning and then take in an afternoon sightseeing tour of the major Tokyo sights. If you want to try something "cultural different" at night, maybe the Robot Restaurant Show with all it's fanfare maybe of interest for the newly-weds. After the robot restaurant, walk the streets of Shinjuku and see the never-ending neon lights on parade. (Shinagawa P

  • Day 05

    A full free day in Tokyo for you to explore one of the largest Cities in the World. Head to Harajuku or Shinjuku to have your eyes open at the trendy and sometimes weird fashion that the young Japanese enjoy. Also go to Shibuya to try your luck in crossing the scrambled crossing with all the other 2000 people at one time. Tonight's dinner is arranged in one of the most deluxe Sushi Restaurants you can imagine. (Shinagawa Prince Hotel)

  • Day 06

    After your Hotel check out, it only remains for you to be transferred to the Airport to connect you with your home-bound flight. Even though your honeymoon, and a total of 5 nights, you have had some romance, seen wildlife and taken in the Tradition and Modern sights of Japan. All that remains, its to come again, but next time you will be able to more rural areas of Japan that will be totally different from what you experienced this time.


This was a dream vacation fulfilled. Experience Japan Travel did amazing with the itinerary and accomodations. And in the end we got to meet our agent who made t all happen, in Osaka. It was really nice of him to show up, help us with our luggage, and accompany us to our bullet train ride to Tokyo. We had such a great time, saw so many beautiful places, met a number of very nice people and ate so much good food. It was awesome! I admire this beautiful progressive country that is Japan and its hardworking, honest, and most courteous people. I will come back given the chance. Our trip was definitely high-end. We enjoyed everything although I enjoyed Kyoto best. I appreciate my request to do "samurai" was granted at whim. That was so much fun. I would visit other places I haven't been to in Japan but do not mind revisiting Kyoto or Tokyo ( maybe in warmer weather).... READ MORE

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