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Japan During Cherry Blossom

25th March till 02nd April 2024

Kon’nichiwa! Japan, where hundreds of residents are over 100 years old, is often known as “the land of immortals.” KareVoyage is taking you to explore this wonderous country that fuses the ultra-modern and traditional with equal ease.

We will be travelling during Cherry Blossom- Well, the importance of the cherry blossom tree in Japan goes back hundreds of years. For them, the cherry blossom represents the fragility and the beauty of life. It is a reminder that life is almost overwhelmingly beautiful but that it is also tragically short.

Japan is the electrifying rush of the crowded streets in Tokyo at night. It is the delicate taste of freshly made sushi. It is the view of indomitable Mt. Fuji surrounded by quiet lakes, and it’s the exquisite elegance of everyday. A nation that blends the elegance of Kimonos and the speed of bullet trains with enthusiasm.

Come discover a side of Japan that is authentic, unique and memorable.



We will board our flight today from our respective cities. Your Tour Manager from KareVoyage will meet you at Delhi’s IGI  airport. Today you arrive in Narita (Tokyo) Airport, after  Immigration formalities we will transfer to the Tokyo Hotel.

  • Check in into the comfort of your Hotel.
  • After lunch we will take you to Asakusa Senso Ji Temple.

Asakusa Senso Ji Temple: Nakamise Street Senso-ji, Tokyo’s  oldest temple, offers plenty to see including the bright red  Kaminarimon Gate, a statue of the god of thunder, and a five-story  pagoda. The bustling street known as “Nakamise” stretches for  about 250 m from Kaminarimon Gate to Senso-ji Temple and is  filled with a plethora of interesting shops.

  • Overnight stay at the hotel in Tokyo

After having a leisurely breakfast at the hotel, we will proceed on  a City Tour of  Tokyo at 09:00 AM.

  • Today you will visit the following places by Chartered Coach. 

Ueno Park (Cherry Blossom): Ueno Park is one of Japan’s five  oldest public parks. Home to over one thousand cherry trees,  Tokyo’s Ueno Park transformes into a sea of pink blossoms during  the spring. The park grounds were originally part of Kaneiji Temple, which used to be one of the city’s largest and wealthiest temples and a  family temple of the ruling Tokugawa clan during the Edo Period. 

Ueno Ameyoko street: Ameya-Yokocho is a lively street market that runs alongside the railway tracks between JR Ueno Station and Okachimachi Station. The street features a huge variety of small retail businesses selling seafood, fruits and vegetables, general groceries, discount clothing, accessories, cosmetics, watches, and confectionery.

Akihabara electric city: Akihabara Electric Town—affectionately known as Akiba—is worldly famous for its densely packed buildings crammed full of anime, manga, and game paraphernalia. It is flourished with geeky otaku culture and is ocated in the heart of Tokyo.

Team lab planet: Excellent addition to Tokyo’s technological advancement. You will experience a different world. TeamLab Planets is a museum where you walk through water, and a garden where you become one with the flowers. It comprises 4 large-scale artwork spaces and 2 gardens created by art collective teamLab.

People go barefoot and immerse their entire bodies in the vast artworks together with others. The artworks change under the presence of people, blurring the perception of boundaries between the self and the works. Other people also create change in the artworks, blurring the boundaries between themselves and the works, and creating a continuity between the self, the art, and others.

  • Transfer to the hotel.
  • Overnight stay at the Hotel in Tokyo.

Today after breakfast, we will visit Nikko which is at a short 2 hours distance from the city of Tokyo.

National park: Enhance your experience of Nikko National Park on an enriching full-day excursion. Feast your eyes upon breathtaking countryside, sacred shrines, and stunning temples as you explore the region with an accomplished guide.

Toshogu Shrine (Ticket included): Tour the UNESCO World  Heritage Site famous for its lavish decorations and ornate details.  This 400-year-old shrine houses the remains of Edo period’s  founder, Ieyasu Tokugawa. Enjoy seeing the traditional beauty of the main hall, as well as the sleeping cat and 3 monkey carvings.

Lake Chuzenji (Photo stop): Lake Chuzenji is a scenic lake in the mountains above the town of Nikko. Created by an eruption of Mt. Nantai, Lake Chuzenji is a symbol of Nikko. The views from the lake are spectacular, particularly when the cherry blossoms or azaleas are blooming or when the autumn leaves are turning.

  • Lunch at a local restaurant.
  • Back in Tokyo.

*Total driving time- To & From- 3-4 Hours.

*Total walking about 2 kms with few Steps.

  • Transfer to the hotel.
  • Overnight stay at the Hotel in Tokyo.

Today after breakfast at the Hotel, at around 9:00 am we will proceed on a day excursion of  Mt. Fuji & Hakone Tour.

Mt Fuji 5th station (if weather permits): The bus will head up to the 5th  Station along the Subaru Line. The 5th Station is situated at 2,300 meters  (7,546 ft) above sea level. At this height, participants will be amazed at  spectacular, breathtaking views from above the clouds.

  • Lunch at a Restaurant.

Hakone Ropeway (Ticket included): Take a 7-minute ropeway ride to the peak of Mt. Komagatake. A total of 50 minutes will be spent here, including  time to walk around at the peak. Take a cableway ride up to the spiritual  Hakone Shrine Mototsumiya (original shrine) that nestles at the mountain top.

Lake Ashi Cruise (Ticket included): This crater lake along the southwest wall of the caldera of  Mt. Hakone was formed by a powerful volcanic  eruption nearly 3,000 years ago, and provides postcard views of Mt. Fuji towering 30 km north-west. Admire the superb view of Mt. Fuji from aboard a ship.The tour may be guided to another ropeway or an alternative  destination if the Lake Ashi cruise operation is suspended, or depending on road conditions, etc.

  • Dinner at a Restaurant.
  • Transfer to the hotel.
  • Overnight stay at the hotel in Tokyo.

Transfer from Tokyo Hotel to train station to board bullet train  from Tokyo to Hiroshima. Pick up on arrival and proceed for  Miyajima tour.

  • Enroute lunch break at local restaurant.
  • Visit Miyajima Island (Ferry Ticket included), Itsukushima Shrine (Photo Stop)

Miyajima Island: Miyajima is a small island in Hiroshima  Prefecture, also known as “Shrine Island”. This is where one of  the greatest Japanese shrines called “Itsukushima Shrine” and its  magnificent floating red torii gate are located.

Itsukushima Shrine: A World Heritage site, established in the 6th  century, this shrine is one of Japan’s finest, and is famous for its  beautiful Shinden-zukuri style structure (architecture  representative of a nobles’ residence in the Heian period). The  contrast of the green of Mount Misen behind the lacquered shrine  pavilion and the blue of the Seto Sea is beautiful and evocative of  the underwater  palace of Ryugujo.

  • Transfer to the hotel.
  • Overnight stay at the hotel in Hiroshima.

Today after breakfast, proceed for Hiroshima city tour, leave the hotel at around  9:00 am.

Visits- Atomic Bomb museum (Photo Stop): Sadako Monument,  Cenotaph: The Atomic Bomb Dome is a symbol of the disastrous atomic bombing during WWII, the first atomic  bombs used in human history, and has been preserved as it was to promote peace and elimination of atomic weapons around the world.

Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum (Ticket included): This large-scale park was established in 1949 after the Pacific War ended, and is visited by countless visitors as a symbol of peace. The museum within the park is an important Cultural Property of Japan, and was built to remind future generations of the terror wrought by atomic bombs.

Sadako monument: Visitors to Peace Memorial Park see brightly colored paper cranes everywhere. These paper cranes come originally from the ancient Japanese tradition of origami or paper folding, but today they are known as a symbol of peace. They are folded as a wish for peace in many countries around the world. This connection between paper cranes and peace can be traced back to a young girl named Sadako Sasaki, who died of leukemia ten years after the atomic bombing.

  • Drive down to Kyoto – 6.00- 6.30 hrs Journey.
  • Enroute lunch break.

Photostop at Kurashiki Canal: Kurashiki Canal Area is located in Okayama Prefecture and was once an important distribution center for large quantities of rice during the Edo Period (1603-1868). From Kurashiki large amounts of rice were distributed to the surrounding areas. It is one of the reasons you will see many warehouses along the canal. Although today they are no longer used as storage, but have been converted into restaurants, shops, and museums. The canal area is also known as Kurashiki Bikan Historical Quarter and is one of the most picturesque old merchant quarters in Japan.

  • Dinner at a Restaurant.
  • Overnight stay at the hotel in Kyoto.

After breakfast at the Hotel, get ready and proceed on a day excursion in Kyoto.

Kinkakuji Temple – Golden Pavilion (Ticket included): A World Heritage  site. The wooden architecture is covered in thin layers of pure gold and is surrounded by a beautiful pond.

Arashiyam Bamboo forest: Located at the foot of the “Storm Mountains” in the north of the city of Kyoto, this world-famous, seemingly endless forest of swaying bamboo boughs is perfect for a relaxing retreat to nature during a stay in Japan.

Shopping in Nishiki Market: Step off the downtown and into a thriving food market, one filled with locals, visitors, and everyone in between — from grandmothers buying pickles to toddlers chewing on skewered octopus heads. There’s something charming about this place, and plenty to explore. And it’s been here, in one form or another, since around 1615 (and perhaps even earlier).

  • Lunch break at a local restaurant.

Later visit Nijo Castle: Nijo-jo Castle has witnessed some of the most important events in Japanese history in the 400 years since it was built. The castle was completed in 1603 on the orders of Tokugawa Ieyasu, the founder and first Shogun of the Tokugawa Shogunate (1603-1867). Nijo Castle can be divided into three areas: the Honmaru (main circle of defense), the Ninomaru (secondary circle of defense) and some gardens around them. The entire castle grounds and the Honmaru are surrounded by stone walls and moats.

Kyoto Botanical Garden: Founded in 1924, Kyoto Botanical Gardens is the oldest botanical garden in Japan. With seasonal plants and various conservatories, the Gardens is ever-changing and can be enjoyed all year round. More than 450 cherry blossom trees bloom beautifully in spring and leaves of deciduous trees such as maple color exquisitely in autumn. At other times of the year, lush greenery and a wide variety of trees and flowers can be enjoyed. Kyoto Botanical Gardens is a living museum of plants that offers opportunities for both education and relaxation.

  • Dinner at a Restaurant.
  • Overnight stay at the hotel in Kyoto.

Today after breakfast, we take our flight back home with memories to relish for a lifetime. Let’s say a goodbye to this wondrous country and your new friends with a promise to meet again.


  • Japanese Tea Ceremony
  • Tokyo Tower
  • Cherry Blossom
  • Hakone
  • Hiroshima
  • Bullet Train
  • Mt. Fuji
  • Hotel accommodation for 9 days.
  • International Airfares (Ex-Delhi).
  • Japanese Tea Ceremony
  • MEALS:
  • 8 Buffet Breakfast at the hotel
    8 Dinners
    6 Lunches
    (We keep meals “On own” in order to give our
    guests a flexibility to try local and other food of
    their choice).

  • PRIVATE VEHICLE: All transfer & sightseeing by Air Conditioned Coach.
  • ENGLISH SPEAKING GUIDE: Services of an english speaking guide for the entire trip.
  • TOUR MANAGER: KareVoyage Tour Leader services throughout the tour.
  • ENTRANCE: All Inclusive as per itinerary.
  • BULLET TRAIN: Tokyo- Hiroshima (Normal class).
  • Visa: Japan Visa Charges.
  • Tips to Guides and Drivers.
  • Travel Insurance for 69 years of age and below.
  • Taxes: 5 % GST)
  • Sightseeing other than those specified in the itinerary.
  • Personal travel plans / programs before, during, or after the tour.
  • Cost of extension of validity, of your main international air ticket.
  • Any increase in the airfare / taxes / routing charged by the airlines for tickets.
  • Meals other than mentioned in the inclusions
  • Expenses of personal nature like laundry, telephone calls, juices and beverages, excess baggage, mini bar cost.
  • TCS (As per government norms).

About Karevoyage

Karevoyage- for 50 plus wanderers- is an exclusive travel and tour company dedicated for travel enthusiasts, who prefer to travel the globe and explore but in a group environment.

The KareVoyage team understands the gap and works very hard on how to deliver on what we promise. Keeping all current gaps that people over 50 experience while travelling, we design our itineraries in a way that lets you experience everything without making you feel exhausted.

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