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Tokyo - Kyoto - Wakayama - Osaka - Hiroshima with Rail Pass

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10 to 15+ Nights from $828*
* This sample price: priced within the past 7 days for arrival on 10/20/2024. Choose your own arrival dates.

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This 10 night sample itinerary includes:

  • 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 2 nights in Tokyo
  • Train from Tokyo to Kyoto: Go to Tokyo train station, validate your Japan Rail Pass, and take the train that will take you to Kyoto train station. Route operated by Shinkansen. Journey takes approx. 138 Min.
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Kyoto
  • Train from Kyoto to Wakayama: Go to Kyoto train station, validate your Japan Rail Pass, and take the train that will take you to Wakayama train station. Journey takes approx. 140 Min.
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Wakayama
  • Train from Wakayama to Osaka: Go to Wakayama train station, validate your Japan Rail Pass, and take the train that will take you to Osaka train station. Journey takes approx. 100 Min.
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Osaka
  • Train from Osaka to Hiroshima: Go to Osaka train station, validate your Japan Rail Pass, and take the train that will take you to Hiroshima train station. Journey takes approx. 190 Min.
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Hiroshima

Tokyo - Kyoto - Wakayama - Osaka - Hiroshima by bullet train. This is a flexible package. Select your number of nights in each city, desired hotel and activities.

Flexible Itinerary

  • Tokyo

  • Kyoto

  • Wakayama

  • Osaka

  • Hiroshima

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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!

  • Kyoto

    Kyoto is nestled among the mountains in Western Honshu. The city is considered to be Japan's most beautiful, a living museum of its great artistic heritage. Discover its hidden beauty in its 2000 Buddhist temples and Shinto shrines, as well as palaces, gardens, and architecture. Among the most famous temples are Kiyomizu-Dera, a magnificent wooden temple; Kinkaku-Ji, the Temple of the Golden Pavilion; Ginkaku-Ji, the Temple of the Silver Pavilion; and Ryoan-Ji, famous for its rock garden. The 'Historic Monuments of Ancient Kyoto' are listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site.

    Explore the Arashiyama and Sagano district, Kamo Shrines, Kyo-o-Gokokuji (Tô-ji), Kiyomizu-Dera, Daigo-Ji, Ninna-Ji, Saiho-Ji (Kokedera), Tenryu-Ji, Rokuon-Ji (Kinkaku-Ji), Jisho-Ji (Ginkaku-Ji), Ryoan-Ji, Hongan-Ji, Kozan-Ji and the Nijo Castle and so much more!

  • Wakayama

    Wakayama is the capital city of Wakayama Prefecture in the Kansai region of Japan. To experience what Wakayama has to offer, you must explore outside of the capital city of Wakayama City. The city features a large temple called Kimiidera, which is well worth visiting, it boasts the largest wooden Buddha in Japan. There is a beautiful reconstructed castle and a popular fish market. Wakayama is particularly mountainous and the JR train lines trace the coast, providing breathtaking scenes of dramatic, rocky coastline bordered by lush, green mountains and pastoral small towns. The ancient Buddhist pilgrimage route connecting Japan`s most sacred temples and shrines, the Kumano-Kodo, winds through the mountains here. Visit and explore the Wakayama Castle, Shirahama Beach, Shirahama Onsen, Nachi Falls, Okunoin Temple, Kimiidera Temple, Kuroshio Market, Marina City, and so much more.

  • Osaka

    Osaka is the third largest city in Japan, situated on the west of Honshu, a port city that flows into Osaka Bay offering visitors a wide variety of sights and attractions definitely worth visiting. A vibrant, extensive nightlife can be found on the streets of Osaka, filled with street food, market shopping, bright lights and the famed Gilco Man neon billboard sign and the giant crab. Its traditionally known as the 'nation's kitchen' and the food capital of Japan with some of the best food found in Dotonburi and Minami. Many museums fill the city as well as modern architecture along with beautiful outdoor spaces and the spectacular Osaka Castle.

    Explore the Osaka Castle, Osaka Park, Umeda Sky Building, Osaka Science Museum, National Museum of Art, Shiteno-jj Temple, Nanba Grand Kagetsu, Sumiyoshi Taisha Shrine and so much more!

  • Hiroshima

    The city of Hiroshima is a vibrant cosmopolitan city featuring museums, monuments, and memorials with the hope of everlasting peace after the city was struck by the atomic bomb and wiped out in 1945. This historic and resilient city was rebuilt and is regarded as the `peace capital` of the world. The city features some very interesting sites including two World Heritage sites and the serene sacred Island of Miyajima where the Itsukushima Shrine stands just off the coast and seemingly floats on the water. This is an exciting city with plenty to offer its visitors including delicious culinary delights, stunning Japanese gardens, galleries and museums and important cultural events including the Hiroshima Flower Festival and The Sake Festival.

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