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Private Tokyo / Kyoto Historical Tour (6D5N)

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What to Expect

Day 1: Tokyo Arrival/Asakusa/Tokyo Skytree/Ameyoko/Edo-Tokyo Musuem/Either Tokyo Dome or TeamLab Planet

Stop At: Nakamise Shopping Street (Kaminarimon), Asakusa, Taito 11-0032 Tokyo Prefecture
Asakusa is a great place to get hold of some original Japanese souvenirs.

Visitors first enter through the Kaminarimon (Thunder Gate), the outer gate of Sensoji Temple and the symbol of Asakusa and the entire city of Tokyo.

A shopping street of over 200 meters, called Nakamise Shopping street, leads from the outer gate to the temple's second gate, the Hozomon. Alongside typical Japanese souvenirs such as yukata and folding fans, various traditional local snacks from the Asakusa area are sold along the Nakamise. The shopping street has a history of several centuries.

Nakamise is filled with small stalls selling a wide range of products. Pick up a T-shirt adorned with kanji characters or a traditional fan, a mask or a wooden kokeshi doll and fill up on traditional snacks and sweets baked right in front of you.
Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Senso-ji Temple, 2-3-1 Asakusa, Taito 111-0032 Tokyo Prefecture
Sensoji (浅草寺, Sensōji, also known as Asakusa Kannon Temple) is a Buddhist temple located in Asakusa. It is one of Tokyo's most colorful and popular temples.

The legend says that in the year 628, two brothers fished a statue of Kannon, the goddess of mercy, out of the Sumida River, and even though they put the statue back into the river, it always returned to them. Consequently, Sensoji was built nearby for the goddess of Kannon. The temple was completed in 645, making it Tokyo's oldest temple.

The entrance fee is 1,000 yen for adults (12 years old or over) and 500 yen for elementary school students.
Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Tokyo Skytree, 1-1-2 Oshiage, Sumida 131-0045 Tokyo Prefecture
Visit the tallest structure in Japan to enjoy views of sprawling Tokyo City from the towering observation decks of TOKYO SKYTREE. Skip past the lines and go straight up to the 1,150-foot (350-m) Tembo Deck or 1,475-foot (450-m) Tembo Galleria.

Please purchase online in advance to skip the queue :

Tickets Structure :

(1) Tembo Deck (350m) Ticket

Adult (Age 18+) : ¥1800 each
Youth (Age 12-17) : ¥1400 each
Children (Age 6-11) : ¥850 each

(2) Tembo Deck (350m) & Tembo Galleria (450m) Combo Ticket

Adult (Age 18+) : ¥2700 each
Youth (Age 12-17) : ¥2150 each
Children (Age 6-11) : ¥1300 each
Duration: 1 hour 15 minutes

Stop At: Ameyoko Shopping Street, Ueno, Ueno, Taito Tokyo Prefecture
Ameyoko (アメ横) is a busy market street along the Yamanote Line tracks between Okachimachi and Ueno Stations. The name "Ameyoko" is a short form for "Ameya Yokocho" (candy store alley), as candies were traditionally sold there. Alternatively, "Ame" also stands for "America", because a lot of American products used to be available there when the street was the site of a black market in the years following World War Two.

Today, various products such as clothes, bags, cosmetics, fresh fish, dried food and spices are sold along Ameyoko.

Opening hours and closing days depend on individual stores, but stores typically open around 10:00 and close around 20:00. Many stores remain closed on selected Wednesdays.
Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Edo-Tokyo Museum, 1-4-1 Yokoami, Sumida 130-0015 Tokyo Prefecture
The Edo-Tokyo Museum (江戸東京博物館, Edo Tōkyō Hakubutsukan) is housed in a unique looking building in the Ryogoku district. The museum's permanent exhibition vividly illustrates the past of Tokyo (known as Edo until 1869) through its exhibits and covers many features of the capital from the Edo Period to relatively recent decades.

In an interactive way, visitors are able to experience and learn about various aspects of earlier Tokyo, such as the way of life of people, Edo Period architecture, cultural heritage, political climate, commercial situation and more. Through numerous models of towns, figurines and life-sized figures, the museum makes it interesting to find out about how towns were constructed in the past.

Tickets to purchase on actual day :

Tickets Prices are :
1) General : 600 yen
2) Over 65 years old : 300Yen
3) College Students & Vocational School Students : 480Yen
4) Junior high school Students (Not from Tokyo) & High school Students : 300Yen
Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Tokyo Dome, 1-3-61 Koraku, Bunkyo 112-0004 Tokyo Prefecture
Tokyo Dome City is a leisure complex in central Tokyo consisting of the Tokyo Dome baseball stadium, an amusement park, the spa, a variety of shops and restaurants and Tokyo Dome Hotel.

Conveniently located next to Tokyo Dome in the heart of Tokyo, Tokyo Dome City is a thrilling amusement park with fun rides, delicious food, and plenty of activities for the entire family.

Guide will discuss with you on the rides that you will like to play then you purchase the necessary tickets on actual day.
Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: 6-1-16 Toyosu teamLab Planets TOKYO, Koto 135-0061 Tokyo Prefecture
Immerse Yourself in One-of-a-Kind Art with Light, Sound, And Water in this spectacular Digital Art Museum, TeamLab Planet where you move through water to the 4 vast exhibition spaces and 7 works of art. The artworks are based on the Body Immersive concept. The massive Body Immersive space consists of a collection of installations in which the entire body becomes immersed in the art.

Please purchase online first to avoid queue.

Tickets structure are :

1) Adults (18 Years and above) : 3200 JPY
2) University / Specialized students : 2500 JPY
3) Junior high school / High school : 2000 JPY
4) Children (Ages 4-12) : 800 JPY
5) Seniors (65 Years and above) : 2400 JPY
6) Disability discount : 1600 JPY
Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

Meals included:
• Lunch: ■ Lunch break at your choice (Costs exclude) (45 mins)
■ Free & Easy
■ Guide will show you where to eat.
Accommodation included: ■ Self-booking of Tokyo Hotel
■ Recommend to book near Tokyo Station for easy transfer to Kyoto
■ Hotels not included.

Day 2: Harajuku/Shibuya/Shinjuku/Tokyo Tower/Either Odaiba or Sunamachi Ginza Local Town

Stop At: Takeshita Street, 1, Jingumae, Shibuya 150-0001 Tokyo Prefecture
Harajuku (原宿) is a popular shopping neighborhood in Tokyo, Japan that is known as being the hub for Japanese pop culture.

It is centered around Harajuku Station and extends down to Omotesando, a more upscale shopping area. In Harajuku, you'll find plenty of fashion boutiques, thrift stores, themed cafes and more.

Takeshita Street is a busy pedestrian shopping street located right next to Harajuku Station and kawaii central. It's a bit narrow and extremely busy at times, but worth checking out at least once during your trip. The street is lined with fashion boutiques and cafes offering plenty of things to see, shop, and eat.
Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Meiji Jingu Shrine, 1-1 Yoyogikamizonocho, Shibuya 151-0052 Tokyo Prefecture
A visit to Meiji-jingu Shrine, located in a gorgeous forest right in the middle of Tokyo, is a fantastic reprieve from the colorful, overwhelming world of Harajuku.

Located right next to JR Harajuku Station, Meiji-jingu Shrine is one of Japan’s most visited Shinto shrines. The shrine grounds are located within a large 170-acre forest of evergreen trees. This makes Meiji-jingu Shrine a veritable oasis in the middle of urban Tokyo.

The shrine itself is not particularly ancient. It was completed in 1920, and dedicated to the deified spirits of Emperor Meiji and the Empress Shoken. But it plays a central role in public life.

For instance, every New Year, over three million visitors flock to Meiji-jingu Shrine for the year’s first prayers (hatsumode). It’s a popular wedding venue as well, so if you’re lucky you may spot a traditional Shinto wedding taking place on the grounds.

Admission fees : 500 yen to enter the garden
Tickets buy on actual day.
Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Omotesando, Jingumae, Shibuya 150-0001 Tokyo Prefecture
Beginning with the mall-like Omotesando Hills, Omotesando is lined with a multitude of fashion stores - mostly international brand names, but also including up-and-coming or lesser-known designers.

Besides clothes shopping, families should not miss a trip to Kiddyland, a veritable toy bonanza to keep young children occupied for days.

But even if you’re not in Tokyo to shop, just walking along Omotesando is a treat, particularly for architecture enthusiasts, as many of the buildings and shops were designed by superstar architects such as Tadao Ando (Omotesando Hills) and Toyo Ito (Tod’s).
Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Shibuya City, Tokyo, Japan
Shibuya is one of the main hubs of modern Tokyo. It's a seething frenzy of shopping, dining and drinking. This is the place to come to experience Tokyo in all its glory.

The famous Shibuya crossing is the main intersection of Shibuya. It's the one you've seen all the pictures of: thousands of pedestrians surrounded by huge shopping complexes and giant video screens. If you're coming to Shibuya, you're going to come here. Enjoy the experience of crossing the street with a veritable tide of humanity.

Everyone knows the story of the faithful dog Hachiko who met his owner at Shibuya Station every day and continued to do so long after his owner's death. They even made a movie about it with Richard Gere. To get to the statue, take the Hachiko Exit (which is the same one for Shibuya Crossing).
Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Shinjuku, Shinjuku, Tokyo, Tokyo Prefecture, Kanto
Shinjuku is one of the most vibrant "nodes" of Tokyo. It's useful to think of two different Shinjukus: East Shinjuku and West Shinjuku.

On the east side of Shinjuku Station, you'll find all the neon lights, crowds, restaurants and bars that you associate with modern Tokyo (along with a pretty seedy entertainment district, Kabukicho), while on the west side of Shinjuku Station, there are some of the city's tallest high-rise buildings, government offices and hotels. It's a lot of fun to check out both.
Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Tokyo Tower, 4-2-8 Shibakoen, Minato 105-0011 Tokyo Prefecture
Standing 333 meters high in the center of Tokyo, Tokyo Tower (東京タワー) is the world's tallest, self-supported steel tower and 13 meters taller than its model, the Eiffel Tower.

A symbol of Japan's post-war rebirth as a major economic power.
Tokyo Tower was the country's tallest structure from its completion in 1958 until 2012 when it was surpassed by the Tokyo Skytree. In addition to being a popular tourist spot, Tokyo Tower serves as a broadcast antenna.

The tower's main deck at 150 meters is reached via elevator or a 600-step staircase (both paid). Thanks to the tower's central location, the observatory offers an interesting view of the city despite being only at a relatively moderate height. There are also some "lookdown windows" in the floor to stand on, a souvenir shop and a cafe where visitors can enjoy refreshments.

Tickets buy on actual day :

1) Main Deck 150m Revised Price
Adult : 1200 Yen
Child (elementary, middle-school student) : 700 Yen
Infant (over 4 years of age) : 500 Yen

2) Top deck tour (250m), Revised Fees
Adult (on spot purchase price) : 3000 yen
Adult (advance purchase price ) : 2800 yen
Child (elementary, middle-school student)
(on spot purchase price ) : 2000 yen
Child (elementary, middle-school student)
(advance purchase price ) : 1800 yen
Infant (over 4 years of age)
(On spot purchase price) : 1400 Yen
Infant (over 4 years of age)
(Advance purchase price) : 1400 Yen
Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Odaiba, Daiba, Daiba, Minato 135-0091 Tokyo Prefecture
Odaiba (お台場) is a popular shopping and entertainment district on a man made island in Tokyo Bay.

It originated as a set of small man made fort islands (daiba literally means "fort"), which were built towards the end of the Edo Period (1603-1868) to protect Tokyo against possible attacks from the sea and specifically in response to the gunboat diplomacy of Commodore Perry.

More than a century later, the small islands were joined into larger islands by massive landfills, and Tokyo began a spectacular development project aimed to turn the islands into a futuristic residential and business district during the extravagant 1980s.
But development was critically slowed after the burst of the "bubble economy" in the early 1990s, leaving Odaiba nearly vacant.
Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

Stop At: Sunamachi Ginza Shopping Street, Koto Tokyo Prefecture
Explore Sunamachi Ginza, a popular shopping street in Tokyo known for its roster of family-owned restaurants with scrumptious recipes over 60 years old.

Visit these home businesses and family establishments that offer dishes that remind you of comfortable home-cooked meals.

Taste tempura, minced cutlet, yakitori, and other Japanese home-style dishes before having a drink of sake.
Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

Meals included:
• Lunch: ■ Lunch break at your choice (Costs exclude) (45 mins)
■ Free & Easy
■ Guide will show you where to eat.
Accommodation included: ■ Self-booking of Tokyo Hotel.
■ Recommend to book near Tokyo Station for easy transfer to Kyoto
■ Hotels not included.

Day 3: Tsukiji Outer Market/Ginza/Imperial East Garden/Akihabara/Either Roppongi Nightlife or Kabukicho Nightlife

Stop At: Tsukiji Jogai Market, 4-16-2 Tsukiji, Chuo 104-0045 Tokyo Prefecture
Tsukiji Outer Market (築地場外市場, Tsukiji Jōgai Shijō) is a district adjacent to the site of the former Tsukiji Wholesale Market.

It consists of a few blocks of wholseale and retail shops, as well as restaurants crowded along narrow lanes. Here you can find fresh and processed seafood and produce alongside food-related goods such as knives.

A visit to Tsukiji Outer Market is best combined with a fresh sushi breakfast or lunch at one of the local restaurants. The restaurants are typically open from 5:00 in the morning to around noon or early afternoon. Because most of the fish served and sold at Tsukiji Outer Market is delivered directly from Toyosu Market, this is one of the best places in Tokyo to enjoy fresh seafood.
Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

Stop At: Ginza, Ginza, Chuo, Tokyo, Tokyo Prefecture, Kanto
The Ginza (銀座) is Tokyo's most famous upmarket shopping, dining and entertainment district, featuring numerous department stores, boutiques, art galleries, restaurants, night clubs and cafes.

One square meter of land in the district's center is worth over ten million yen, making it one of the most expensive real estate in Japan. It is where you can find the infamous $10 cups of coffee and where virtually every leading brand name in fashion and cosmetics has a presence.
Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: The East Gardens of the Imperial Palace (Edo Castle Ruin), 1-1 Chiyoda, Chiyoda 100-0001 Tokyo Prefecture
The Imperial Palace East Gardens is a spacious, sprawling garden in the center of Tokyo, and it’s the only part of the inner palace area that’s open to the public. Stroll through for a pleasant escape from the surrounding concrete jungle.

The Imperial Palace East Gardens is the only section of the inner palace area that is now open to the public. At a sprawling 210,000 m2 (2,300,000 sq ft), it’s probably better described as a park rather than a garden. Here, you’ll find Japanese and Western-style gardens, as well as the foundation of the castle’s former keep.
Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Akihabara, Sotokanda, Chiyoda 101-0021 Tokyo Prefecture
Akihabara (秋葉原), also called Akiba after a former local shrine, is a district in central Tokyo that is famous for its many electronics shops. In more recent years,

Akihabara has gained recognition as the center of Japan's otaku (diehard fan) culture, and many shops and establishments devoted to anime and manga are now dispersed among the electronic stores in the district.

On Sundays, Chuo Dori, the main street through the district, is closed to car traffic from 13:00 to 18:00 (until 17:00 from October through March).

Among these newly opened buildings were a huge Yodobashi electronics store and the Akihabara Crossfield, a business complex with the aim of promoting Akihabara as a center for global electronics technology and trade.
Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

Stop At: Roppongi, Roppongi, Minato, Tokyo, Tokyo Prefecture, Kanto
The appeal of Roppongi at nighttime is that it caters to so many different audiences, with a diverse range of establishments all within walking distance of the station. This means that just walking on the street you will see people from all walks of life, drawn to this area for one purpose; to have fun.

There is something great about walking around the backstreets and finding a little hidden bar that sparks your interest, and we really recommend doing it in Roppongi especially.

If you will like to continue the night here, the guide will dismiss from you at this point.
Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Kabukicho, Kabukicho, Shinjuku, Tokyo, Tokyo Prefecture, Kanto
Kabukicho (歌舞伎町) is a red-light district north off Yasukuni-dori Avenue, east of Seibu Shinjuku Station and accessible from the Kabukicho or Shinjuku Kuyakusho-mae (Shinjuku Ward Office) intersections.

You can easily find your favorite dining restaurants for everything from ramen, sushi and Izakaya stalls to themed restaurants like Robot Restaurant which offers glaring performances by robots and bikini-clad girls.

Robot Restaurant Tickets : 8500 yen per pax
Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

Meals included:
• Lunch: ■ Lunch break at your choice (Costs exclude) (45 mins)
■ Free & Easy
■ Guide will show you where to eat.
Accommodation included: ■ Self-booking of Tokyo Hotel.
■ Recommend to book near Tokyo Station for easy transfer to Kyoto
■ Hotels not included

Day 4: Kyoto/Nijo Castle/Ginkaku-Ji/Kiyomizu-Dera/Shijo-Kawaramachi(Nishi Market)/Gion

Stop At: Tokyo Station Marunouchi Ekimae Hiroba, 1-9 Marunouchi, Chiyoda 100-0005 Tokyo Prefecture
1) Take the shinkansen from Tokyo Station to Kyoto.

2) Shinkansen Tickets can purchase on Day 1 upon arrival at Tokyo. (1 way 13,910 yen) together with guide.

3) Early departure is necessary

4) Morning check-out from Tokyo hotel and proceed to Kyoto with small baggage.

If you are coming back to Tokyo = then luggage can leave at the hotel concierge

If you are departing from Kansai = then all luggage goes to Kyoto

Either way of departure is fine.

5) Board Hikari Shinkansen depart at 0833 and reach Kyoto at 1111 (about 2hrs 45 mins)
Duration: 2 hours 45 minutes

Stop At: Nijo Castle, 541 Nijojocho, Nijodori Horikawa-nishiiru, Nakagyo, Kyoto 604-8301 Kyoto Prefecture
With huge stone walls surrounded by deep moats, Nijo-jo Castle graphically demonstrates the power that the Shoguns (military warlords) wielded over Japan for much of its history.

Unlike the more famous Himeji-jo Castle in Himeji, which soars skyward, somewhat in the manner of European castles, Nijo-jo Castle is characterized by low but nonetheless imposing and grand structures, all of which are surrounded by gorgeous gardens.

You can enter the Ninomaru Palace, which is famous for its “nightingale floors” (squeaky floors that would alert occupants to the presence of intruders). The decorative panels and carvings here – almost rococo in their flamboyance – reflect the enormous power and attitudes of the warlords who occupied the castle. After touring the Ninomaru Palace, take a leisurely stroll through the wonderful Seiryu-en Garden, which surrounds the buildings of the castle.

Tickets buy on actual day.
Entrance Fees :

Adults: 620 yen (with entrance to Ninomaru Palace: 1,030 yen) Junior High and High School Students: 350 yen
Elementary School Students: 200 yen
Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Ginkakuji Temple, 2 Ginkakujicho, Sakyo, Kyoto 606-8402 Kyoto Prefecture
Ginkakuji (銀閣寺, Silver Pavilion) is a Zen temple along Kyoto's eastern mountains (Higashiyama). In 1482, shogun Ashikaga Yoshimasa built his retirement villa on the grounds of today's temple, modeling it after Kinkakuji (Golden Pavilion), his grandfather's retirement villa at the base of Kyoto's northern mountains (Kitayama). The villa was converted into a Zen temple after Yoshimasa's death in 1490.

Tickets buy on actual day.
Admission to Ginkakuji is 500 yen for adults,
and 300 yen for children up to junior high school age.
Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Kiyomizu-dera Temple, 1-294 Kiyomizu, Higashiyama, Kyoto 605-0862 Kyoto Prefecture
Kiyomizudera (清水寺, literally "Pure Water Temple") is one of the most celebrated temples of Japan.

It was founded in 780 on the site of the Otowa Waterfall in the wooded hills east of Kyoto, and derives its name from the fall's pure waters.

The temple was originally associated with the Hosso sect, one of the oldest schools within Japanese Buddhism, but formed its own Kita Hosso sect in 1965. In 1994, the temple was added to the list of UNESCO world heritage sites.

Tickets buy on actual day.
Entrance fees: Adults: 300 yen
Junior High and Elementary School Students 200: yen
Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Shijo Kawaramachi, Kyoto Kyoto Prefecture
Nishiki Market (錦市場, Nishiki Ichiba) is a narrow, five block long shopping street lined by more than one hundred shops and restaurants.

Known as "Kyoto's Kitchen", this lively retail market specializes in all things food related, like fresh seafood, produce, knives and cookware, and is a great place to find seasonal foods and Kyoto specialties, such as Japanese sweets, pickles, dried seafood and sushi.
Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Gionmachi, Higashiyama-ku, Kyoto 605-0001 Kyoto Prefecture
Gion (祇園) is Kyoto's most famous geisha district, located around Shijo Avenue between Yasaka Shrine in the east and the Kamo River in the west. It is filled with shops, restaurants and ochaya (teahouses), where geiko (Kyoto dialect for geisha) and maiko (geiko apprentices) entertain.

For maiko/geisha show, :

Adults: ¥3,150
Students (Age 16-22): ¥2,200
Children (Age 7-15): ¥1,900
Infants (Age 0-6): free

You will sit on Tatami, so if you have leg problem, kindly inform the guide and make arrangement in advance.

Advance booking of shows on Day 1 needed.
Inform the guide if you are interested in this Maiko show.
Duration: 1 hour

Meals included:
• Lunch: ■ Lunch break at your choice (Costs exclude) (45 mins)
■ Free & Easy
■ Guide will show you where to eat.
Accommodation included: ■ Self-booking of Kyoto Hotel
■ Recommend to book near Kyoto Station for easy transfer to Tokyo
■ Hotels not included

Day 5: Kinkaku-Ji/Arashiyama/Sanjusangendo/Fushimi Inari-taisha Shrine/Departure

Stop At: Kinkakuji Temple, 1 Kinkakujicho, Kita-ku, Kyoto 603-8361 Kyoto Prefecture
Kinkakuji (金閣寺, Golden Pavilion) is a Zen temple in northern Kyoto whose top two floors are completely covered in gold leaf.

Formally known as Rokuonji, the temple was the retirement villa of the shogun Ashikaga Yoshimitsu, and according to his will it became a Zen temple of the Rinzai sect after his death in 1408.

Kinkakuji was the inspiration for the similarly named Ginkakuji (Silver Pavilion), built by Yoshimitsu's grandson, Ashikaga Yoshimasa, on the other side of the city a few decades later.

Tickets buy on actual day.
Admission Fees : 400 yen for adults and 300 yen for children
Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Arashiyama Bamboo Grove, Sagatenryuji Susukinobabacho, Ukyo, Kyoto 616-8385 Kyoto Prefecture
Arashiyama (嵐山) is a pleasant, touristy district in the western outskirts of Kyoto. The area has been a popular destination since the Heian Period (794-1185), when nobles would enjoy its natural setting. Arashiyama is particularly popular during the cherry blossom and fall color seasons.

The Togetsukyo Bridge is Arashiyama's well known, central landmark. Many small shops, restaurants and other attractions are found nearby, including Tenryuji Temple, Arashiyama's famous bamboo groves and pleasure boats that are available for rent on the river.

Tickets buy on actual day.
Admission Fees : 500 yen
Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Sanjusangendomawari, Higashiyama Ward, Kyoto, 605-0941, Japan
Sanjusangendo (三十三間堂, Sanjūsangendō) is the popular name for Rengeo-in, a temple in eastern Kyoto which is famous for its 1001 statues of Kannon, the goddess of mercy.

The temple was founded in 1164 and rebuilt a century later after the original structure had been destroyed in a fire.

Tickets buy on actual day.
Admission to Sanjusangendo is 600 yen for adults, 400 yen for junior/senior high school pupils, and 300 yen for young children.
Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Fushimi Inari-taisha Shrine, 68 Fukakusa Yabunouchicho, Fushimi, Kyoto 612-0882 Kyoto Prefecture
Fushimi Inari Shrine (伏見稲荷大社, Fushimi Inari Taisha) is an important Shinto shrine in southern Kyoto. It is famous for its thousands of vermilion torii gates, which straddle a network of trails behind its main buildings.

The trails lead into the wooded forest of the sacred Mount Inari, which stands at 233 meters and belongs to the shrine grounds.

Fushimi Inari is the most important of several thousands of shrines dedicated to Inari, the Shinto god of rice. Foxes are thought to be Inari's messengers, resulting in many fox statues across the shrine grounds. Fushimi Inari Shrine has ancient origins, predating the capital's move to Kyoto in 794.

Tickets buy on actual day.
Admission Fees : 300 yen include complimentary sake
Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Kyoto Station Building, 901 Higashishiokojicho, Shimogyo, Kyoto 600-8216 Kyoto Prefecture
1) You can choose to depart from Kyoto Kansai Airport OR back to Narita/Haneda Airport, Tokyo (1 way 13,910 yen per pax to Tokyo) .

2) Self-arrangement of transport pick-up if choose Kansai Airport.

3) For Tokyo Departure, please book our Airport Departure PIck-up service depending on your flight (Narita or Haneda).

4) If take shinkansen back to Tokyo, same duration estimation of 2 hr 45 mins. Take evening train back to Tokyo.

5) If depart from Kyoto, depart from Kyoto Hotel to Kansai Airport.
Duration: 2 hours 45 minutes

Meals included:
• Lunch: ■ Lunch break at your choice (Costs exclude) (45 mins)
■ Free & Easy
■ Guide will show you where to eat.
Accommodation included: ■ Choose to depart from Kansai Airport or back to Tokyo.
■ If you depart from Tokyo, please book our departure pick-up.
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Important Information
Departure Point
Traveler pickup is offered
Tokyo Tour = 1000 to 1900
Kyoto Tour = 0900 to 1800

** Guest have to self-purchase JR Pass in advance according to our itinerary.
** First 3 days in Tokyo , follow by 2 days in Kyoto.
** For festive seasons period, please book this package 2 months in advance due to train reservations sold out.

■ Private Transport in Tokyo and Public Transport in Kyoto ■ Exclusive to your group ONLY■ Get ready and wait at hotel lobby by 0850 or 0950 ■ Our guide will arrive by 0900 or 1000 ■ Confirmation email will send out within 48 hrs Japan Time ■ If you have special requests of places to see, email us or respond to our emails so that we can discuss but subject to within the planned routes and time ■ Provide us the accurate Hotel Name and Location for pick-up ■ Please install whats app or LINE for texting purpose in case of not receiving our emails ■ Total places to visit may subject to weather and traffic conditions ■ All sales are final not subject to natural disaster with no refund ■ Rescheduling will depend on availability ■ This tour is conducted in Basic English.


  • Narita Airport, 1-1 Furugome, Narita 282-0004 Chiba Prefecture
  • Haneda Airport, 3-3-2 Hanedakuko, Ota 144-0041 Tokyo Prefecture


  • Harumi Wharf
  • Osanbashi Pier
5 days
  • 5x Lunch
  • Accommodation included: 5 nights
  • Private Transport in Tokyo and Public Transport in Kyoto
  • Travel Insurance
  • All hotel costs, meal expenses, admission fees and kyoto public transport are excluded.
  • Entry/Admission - Senso-ji Temple
  • Entry/Admission - Tokyo Skytree
  • Entry/Admission - Edo-Tokyo Museum
  • Entry/Admission - Tokyo Dome
  • Entry/Admission - teamLab Planets TOKYO
  • Entry/Admission - Meiji Jingu Shrine
  • Entry/Admission - Tokyo Tower
  • Entry/Admission - Odaiba
  • Entry/Admission - Tokyo Station Marunouchi Ekimae Hiroba
  • Entry/Admission - Nijo Castle
  • Entry/Admission - Ginkakuji Temple
  • Entry/Admission - Kiyomizu-dera Temple
  • Entry/Admission - Gion
  • Entry/Admission - Kinkakuji Temple
  • Entry/Admission - Arashiyama Bamboo Grove
  • Entry/Admission - Fushimi Inari-taisha Shrine
  • Entry/Admission - Kyoto Station Building
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Additional Info
  • Confirmation will be received within 48 hours of booking, subject to availability
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Stroller accessible
  • Service animals allowed
  • Near public transportation
  • Infants must sit on laps
  • Infant seats available
  • Transportation is wheelchair accessible
  • Child seats (0 - 6) are needed upon request at 5000 yen additional cost.
  • Most travelers can participate
  • The vehicle can put in the foldable wheelchair subject to the total capacity of passengers.
  • This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate
Cancellation Policy
All sales are final and incur 100% cancellation penalties.


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