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Tokyo - Kawasaki - Hakone - Kamakura with Rail Pass

9 to 13+ Nights from $1,222*
* This sample price: priced within the past 7 days for arrival on 9/7/2024. Choose your own arrival dates.

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This 9 night sample itinerary includes:

  • Bullet Train - Japan Rail Pass
  • High-speed bullet train Shinkansen (Japan Rail Pass - 7 Days)
  • 7 Days Japan Rail Pass is included by default. Please ensure you select the correct duration of your Japan Rail Pass according to length of travel (For more details please go to the product description during the booking process).
  • Hotel for 3 nights in Tokyo
  • Train from Tokyo to Kawasaki: Go to Tokyo train station, validate your Japan Rail Pass, and take the train that will take you to Kawasaki train station. Journey takes approx. 15 Min.
  • Hotel for 1 night in Kawasaki
  • Train from Kawasaki to Hakone: Go to Kawasaki train station, validate your Japan Rail Pass, and take the train that will take you to Hakone train station. Journey takes approx. 45 Min.
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Hakone
  • Train from Hakone to Kamakura: Go to Hakone train station, validate your Japan Rail Pass, and take the train that will take you to Kamakura train station. Journey takes approx. 45 Min.
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Kamakura
  • Train from Hakone to Tokyo: Go to Kamakura train station, validate your Japan Rail Pass, and take the train that will take you to Tokyo train station. Journey takes approx. 55 Min.
  • Hotel for 1 night in Tokyo

A fabulous combination of charming cities along Kanto Region in one unforgettable holiday in Japan. Start in Tokyo (Japan's capital city); after that, with a Rail Pass visit: Kawasaki (An industrial city in the Greater Tokyo area, you can also find the grand Kawasaki Daishi Temple complex has an octagonal pagoda); Hakone (most famous for hot springs, traditional ryokan, rich nature, museums, and historical sites) and Kamakura (a prominent resort town with dozens of Buddhist Zen temples and Shinto shrines). Finish this trip with a stay in Tokyo before heading back home. This is a flexible vacation package. Select your number of nights in each city, desired hotel and activities.

Flexible Itinerary

  • Tokyo

  • Kawasaki

  • Hakone

  • Kamakura

  • Tokyo

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Trip Summary

  • Tokyo

    Tokyo is Japan's energetic capital, and one of the largest, busiest cities in the world! This bustling city combines historical places, such as the Imperial Palace, Meiji Shrine, and Sensoji temple, to the ultramodern Skyscrapers and the Tokyo Tower along with the world's tallest tower, the Skytree. The city consists of 23 different wards, each with its own individuality and unique attractions; Ginza is the most expensive and fashionable shopping district, Shibuya consists of the busiest crosswalk in the world and the busiest train station, while Shinjuku is the largest district in the heart of the city with hundreds of skyscrapers and Shinjuku Gyoen Park featuring hundreds of cherry trees, with their magnificent blooms during March and April. Check out the world's largest fish market and dine at one of the 160,000 eateries or capture a glimpse of the sacred Mount Fuji, the opportunities for adventure in Tokyo are endless.

    Explore the amazing Sony building, Imperial Palace, temples of Asakusa, Shinjuku Gyoen Park, Meiji Shrine, Korakuen Garden, Ueno Park, Tokyo Disneyland, Tokyo Sea Life Park, Tokyo Tower, Rainbow Bridge and so much more!

  • Kawasaki

    Kawasaki, or Kawasaki-ku, is one of the seven wards that make up the city of Kawasaki, Japan. A mainly industrial area, some of Japan`s biggest brands have factories here, including Tokyo Electric Power and Fuji Electric. Be sure to visit Chidori Park, or Chidori Koen, a beautiful open space located right on the waterfront of Tokyo Bay. Kawasaki Daishi, also known as Heiken-ji, is one of the most popular Buddhist temples in the prefecture. During the winter season, visiting Kawasaki Daishi on January 1st is the essential thing to do in Kawasaki. Discover the beauty of The Yomiuri Land, Fujiko F Fujio Museum, Yokohama Bay Bridge, Kawasaki Daishi, Kawasaki Municipal Japanese Folk House, Ikuta Ryokuchi Park, Journey to the Center of the Earth, Kodomo no Kuni, Taro Okamoto Museum of Art and so much more.

  • Hakone

    Hakone is part of the Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park, less than 62 miles away from Tokyo. The quaint mountain town is famous for hot springs, natural beauty and the views of nearby Mt. Fuji. Hakone is one of the most popular destinations among Japanese and international tourists looking for a relaxing break. There are fascinating museums to explore, delicious authentic cuisine, spectacular shrines and spectacular scenic surroundings filled with endless outdoor opportunities. Visit and explore the Lake Ashi, Hakone Open Air Museum, Hakone Shrine, Hakone Glass Forest Museum, Pola Museum of Art, Owakundani Valley, Chisuji Falls, and so much more.

  • Kamakura

    Kamakura is a small city facing the ocean, nestled in the mountains boasting attractive scenery and an easy-going atmosphere. The city features great hiking trails through spectacular scenery and gorgeous beaches for soaking up the sun and relaxing. Visitors can muse the riveting museums, survey the marvelous temples and shrines, soak up the sun on the serene beaches and dine at a multitude of restaurants serving delectable cuisine. Kamakura has plenty to offer visitors with a long history and traditional culture to uncover. Visit and discover the great Engakuji Temple, Enoshima Island, Hokokuji Temple, Hasedera Temple, Kamakura National Treasure House Museum, Yuigahama Beach, and so much more.

  • Tokyo

    Tokyo is Japan's energetic capital, and one of the largest, busiest cities in the world! This bustling city combines historical places, such as the Imperial Palace, Meiji Shrine, and Sensoji temple, to the ultramodern Skyscrapers and the Tokyo Tower along with the world's tallest tower, the Skytree. The city consists of 23 different wards, each with its own individuality and unique attractions; Ginza is the most expensive and fashionable shopping district, Shibuya consists of the busiest crosswalk in the world and the busiest train station, while Shinjuku is the largest district in the heart of the city with hundreds of skyscrapers and Shinjuku Gyoen Park featuring hundreds of cherry trees, with their magnificent blooms during March and April. Check out the world's largest fish market and dine at one of the 160,000 eateries or capture a glimpse of the sacred Mount Fuji, the opportunities for adventure in Tokyo are endless.

    Explore the amazing Sony building, Imperial Palace, temples of Asakusa, Shinjuku Gyoen Park, Meiji Shrine, Korakuen Garden, Ueno Park, Tokyo Disneyland, Tokyo Sea Life Park, Tokyo Tower, Rainbow Bridge and so much more!

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