Land of the Rising Sun

Japan captivates with its rich blend of tradition, innovation, stunning nature, and warm hospitality, promising a truly unforgettable experience for travelers.

our guide

Mount Fuji, History, Incredible Foods, and futuristic Tokyo

  • Public Transportation 80% 80%
  • Food 80% 80%
  • Accommodations & Lodging 90% 90%
  • SIGHTSEETING 90% 90%
  • Overall 85% 85%
Recommended TRIP Duration: 12 Nights
Language: Japanese
Currency: Japanese Yen
Ideal FOR: Nature Lovers, History Lovers, Foodies, technology, and cleanliness

Japan is a captivating blend of ancient tradition and modern innovation, offering travelers a rich tapestry of experiences. From the serene beauty of its cherry blossoms and bamboo forests to the bustling energy of its neon-lit cities, Japan’s diverse landscapes and vibrant culture never fail to enchant visitors.

Renowned for its meticulous craftsmanship and attention to detail, Japan boasts a rich cultural heritage reflected in its temples, shrines, and centuries-old tea ceremonies. In contrast, its cutting-edge technology and futuristic architecture showcase the nation’s constant pursuit of innovation and progress.

Japanese hospitality, known as “omotenashi,” is legendary, ensuring that visitors feel welcome and respected wherever they go. Whether indulging in world-class cuisine, soaking in hot springs, or experiencing the tranquility of a Zen garden, Japan offers a harmonious blend of tradition and modernity that leaves a lasting impression on all who visit.

“The Japanese see self-assertion as immoral and self-sacrifice is the sensible course to take in Life.” — Akira Kurosawa

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Places to Eat


Iruca Tokyo, nestled behind Tokyo Midtown in Roppongi, challenges the typical noodle joint with its upscale ambiance and Michelin Bib Gourmand-rated ramen. Crafted with precision, their ramen features a unique soup base blending four broths, exclusive noodles, and luxurious toppings, such as porcini shoyu ramen with a complex soy sauce blend and sumptuous meats, creating a sophisticated, flavor-packed dining experience.

2. Ginza Kokora

In Tokyo’s culinary epicenter, Kokoro combines Kobe beef steaks and French cuisine in a harmonious dining experience. Open since August 2018, this Ginza gem, named after the Japanese word for “heart,” features Masato Sugai’s expertly grilled Kobe beef and Katsunori Hirata’s exquisite French dishes, promising a memorable culinary journey.

3. Sushi M

Owner Yoshinobu Kimura revolutionizes sushi by pairing it with premium sake and wine, incorporating contemporary techniques and global influences. With a background in chemistry and sommelier expertise, Kimura creates innovative food and beverage pairings, redefining the sushi dining experience.

Day 1

Embark on a journey through Tokyo’s iconic landmarks, starting with the awe-inspiring Tokyo Tower, where panoramic views of the city await. Immerse yourself in the tranquility of Zojoji Temple, a hidden gem amidst the bustling cityscape.

Experience the vibrant energy of Shibuya and Harajuku, where modernity meets tradition, and be sure to capture the famous Shibuya Crossing on camera.

Conclude the day by diving into the neon-lit nightlife of Shinjuku, sampling local izakayas and soaking in the electric atmosphere of the city that never sleeps.

Day 2

Delve into Tokyo’s rich cultural tapestry, beginning with a journey back in time to Asakusa, home to the historic Sensoji Temple and bustling Nakamise Shopping Street.

Cruise along the serene Sumida River and admire the city’s skyline from a different perspective. Immerse yourself in the captivating exhibits of the Edo-Tokyo Museum, offering insights into the city’s fascinating history and heritage.

Wind down the day in Odaiba, where art, technology, and nature converge, and lose yourself in the enchanting world of digital art at teamLab Borderless.

Day 3

Embark on a leisurely exploration of Tokyo’s charming neighborhoods, starting with the quaint streets of Yanaka, where traditional wooden houses and serene gardens await.

Indulge in a delightful brunch at one of the neighborhood’s cozy cafes, savoring the flavors of Japan. Lose yourself in the vast green oasis of Ueno Park, home to a myriad of attractions, from the Ueno Zoo to the Tokyo National Museum. Conclude your adventure in Ikebukuro, a bustling hub of shopping, dining, and entertainment, where the vibrant energy of Tokyo comes to life.


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