I enjoy my job because it allows me to take care of people's travels and pass on to them my passion for the world destinations that curiosity has driven me to learn about. Japan is a country in my heartstrings because it combines tradition and modernity. To get a complete view of this Far Eastern country, I recommend a full 12-night itinerary. The tour starts with at least 4 people registered and the group size is small, maximum 12 people. It is a really relaxing and enjoyable way to share the trip with other people but without the disadvantage of being too many.
Here are the main stops included in this itinerary that takes you to explore this destination:
1.Tokyo, the modern capital of Japan
A full-day tour with a private guide: the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Shinjuku Observatory, which offers spectacular views of the entire city, and the Meiji Jingu Shrine located within a beautiful city park; the Omotesando and Harajuku neighborhoods; Sensoji Temple, Tokyo's oldest Buddhist temple dedicated to the goddess Asakusa Kannon; the Nakamise dori teeming with stalls and traditional small stores; and the Ginza district, the realm of high fashion. Planned free days or an optional tour to Mt. Fuji/Hakone, with a mini-cruise on Lake Ashi, or to Nikko.