Takayama is a charming historic city filled with traditional architecture and the host of one of Japan`s most beautiful festivals. Ancient streets are lined with authentic buildings boasting quaint cafes, traditional shops, and sake breweries. The surrounding mountainous countryside offers limestone caves, traditional villages and hot springs. Dine on delicious Takayama Ramen and famous Hida Beef, shop for unique handmade souvenirs and attend the magnificent and vibrant Takayama Festival.
<span class="P_Blk_Arial_11">Travel by rail is an essential component to any trip in Japan, and the Rail Pass is without a doubt the most convenient and most economical way to travel around the country.</span>
<span class="P_Blk_Arial_11">The Japan Alps, is located between four prefectures: Niigata, Toyama, Nagano, and Gifu. One of the fascinating cities located nestled of the majestic of the Japan Alps is Takayama. This city preserved the feeling of a castle town, with a lot of history and culture in every street.</span>
<span class="P_Blk_Arial_11">Okinawa is a chain of islands and the southernmost prefecture of Japan. The name means 'Rope in the open sea' which describes this prefecture just perfectly.</span>
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Cities of Tradition!!!...Fly into Tokyo, Japan's most lively capital, which mixes the ultramodern with the traditional, featuring neon-lit skyscrapers and anime shops to cherry trees and temples.This city is famed for its vibrant food scene, and its trendy and fashion districts of Shibuya and Harajuku. Next, get on the famous bullet train and go to Takayama, a picturesque town that houses three of the most beautiful festivals in Japan. Up next is Kanazawa, a magical place that features the Tera-Machi, where 70 temples are gathered together, and also the Kenroku-en Garden.Then take the train to Kyoto, known as the City of the Ten Thousand Shrines for a reason, since it holds about a quarter of Japan's National Treasures and popular festivals.
Up next roll-on to Osaka, famous for its delicious traditional food along with its Castle and renowned Osaka Aquarium Kaiyukan. This is a flexible vacation package. Select your number of nights in each city, desired hotel and activities.