If you are interested in the Japanese Textiles of old and new, this maybe not only educational but also may give you creativity. You can see the modern and the traditional fabrics / textiles of Japan, and while doing this can also visit the major and not so major sightseeing areas of Japan. A tour that not only shows you the best of Japan, but also lets you walk the residential backstreets and alleys offering you a closer and better look on how every Japan works.

Day One (Tokyo)

Arrive into Narita or Haneda International Airport (Tokyo). Once meeting up with your English Speaking Assistant, it is a simple transfer from the Airport to your Hotel by the Express Rapid Train or a private vehicle. As most flights will arrive in the evening, tonight will be a good chance to just relax and take in the Tokyo Night lights.
(Example Accommodation : The Mandarin Oriental Hotel)

Day Two (Tokyo)

Meet your Chartered Car and English Speaking Guide and enjoy a Full Day of Tokyo sightseeing. You will see Asakusa Temple, Tokyo Sky Tree Tower and take a 35 minute cruise to Hamarikyu Gardens. However, you will also be taken to Daikanyama area so see the current fashion, and even if it is only window shopping you will be in the same area that TV Stars and Celebrities tend to shop.
(Example Accommodation : The Mandarin Oriental Hotel)

Day Three (Tokyo – Kyoto)

From Tokyo to the Traditional and Culture Capitol of Japan, Kyoto. The Bullet train will be arranged as First class seats. After the 2hr15min train ride you will arrive into Kyoto and met by an English Speaking Assistant. Today’s accommodation is a modern style of the traditional Japanese Inn. The rooms have a 100% Zen feeling to them, but the interior design is extremely modern. If you wanted to create a Japanese style house in your country, this is the hotel to copy.
(Example Accommodation : Kanra Hotel)

Day Four (Kyoto)

A Full Day of Kyoto Sightseeing with your English Guide and Chartered Car. Today is an introduction to Kyoto, so you will see some major sightseeing locations like the Golden Pavilion, Sanjusangendo Temple, Nijo Castle but also go to the serene Nanzenji Temple surrounded by beauty. With a Traditional Japanese Style Dinner in a Traditional area of Kyoto central, there is nothing more you need for a perfect start to your Kyoto stay.

(Example Accommodation : Kanra Hotel)

Day Five (Kyoto)

The morning and early afternoon will be spent looking at fabric, textiles, ceramics and even furniture from yesteryear and modern Japan. See and walk the same residential streets as the Japanese. Get behind the scenes and look at fabric by itself as well as the finish products in several local shops. Be treated to a commercial style Kimono fashion show, and then go to a Kimono Company that has over 150 years of experience and all Kimono (Obi) are made by hand. Even the famous Mr Armani has been here and received inspiration.  
With the rest of the day, you will see popular examples of ceramics which will include the local Kiyomizu Brand, but also other brands from all over Japan, both in there modern and antique forms. 

(Example Accommodation : Kanra Hotel)

Day Six (Kyoto)

Visit the Northern area of Kyoto Central, Arashiyama. See the famous Bamboo Garden, Togetsukyo Bridge and Tenryuji Temple, the headquarters of the Buddhist sect, ZEN. Not only the perfect Gardens, but see the Dragon painted on the Roof (seasonal viewings only). Another highlight, as you booking was early in planning we have been able to book you a view at the Moss Temple which also is a World Heritage, but only a limited number can visit.
(Example Accommodation : Kanra Hotel)

Day Seven (Kyoto – Hakone)

From Kyoto you will travel to Hakone, one of the top Thermal areas of Japan. After the bullet train and transfer to your hotel, soak in the various natural Hot Springs available, and also soak in the impressive views of Mt Fuji in the distance. More sightseeing tomorrow, but for tonight, eat dinner at the hotel and depending on the Sunset time take in the Mt Fuji views from your room.
 (Example Accommodation : The Prince Hotel Lake Ashinoko)

Day Eight (Hakone)

A day for relaxation. Soak in the baths and relax in elegance. If you want to see some of the sights use the Hakone Free pass to access Buses, Cable Cars and Ropeways. Even the pirate ship cruise on Lake Ashinoko is included. No matter where you go, you will be able to see different angles and views of Mt Fuji. (weather permitting). Also a top attraction is to visit the Hakone Kyuzuryu (9 dragons) Shrine along with the Motomiya Shrine way up the Hill.
 (Example Accommodation : The Prince Hotel Lake Ashinoko)

Day Nine (Hakone – Tokyo)

Check out leisurely from the Hakone accommodation and then take the Bullet Train (First class seats) back to the Tokyo Station. As your large suitcases were sent from the Kyoto hotel to the Tokyo hotel, it is an easy walk from the station to the hotel. Check in for the second time, and enjoy one last dinner on what is now your last night in Japan.

(Example Accommodation : The Mandarin Oriental Hotel)

Day Ten (Airport)

Meet with your English Speaking Assistant at your hotel, and take the Narita Express NEX Rapid Train from Tokyo Station to Narita Airport. It is sad that you are leaving, but I know you will be wanting to know more about this mystic country. I know you will be back