Honeymoon / Romantic
Upon arrival in Tokyo, you will be welcomed by our representative and transferred to your hotel. Tokyo, worlds leading metropolis that is constantly reinventing itself; Japan\'s capital pushes the future and unleashes global trends, while preserving its traditions. A business and cultural megacenter that\'s home to tens of millions of people, Tokyo is also the crossroads where the Japanese interact with citizens from all over the world. The media loves to focus on Harajuku\'s vibrant fashion, robot restaurants, maid cafes and the passionate uberfans known as otaku. But as busy as Tokyo is at giving birth to new ideas, cultures and inventions, it\'s just as fastidious about preserving tradition, carefully maintaining historical gardens, shrines and temples. Today, provided you arrive by noon, you could visit Shinkuju Gyoen, Koishikawa Korakuen Garden, Chidorigafuchi and Meguro River in Nakameguro. Just spend the day roaming around the beautiful gardens. In fact, thats the perfect way to start your expedition. Overnight in Tokyo.
Today after breakfast, proceed to Nagoya. Tokyo and Nagoya are directly connected with each other by Bullet Trains. First you will be transferred by Local Train from Ikebukuro Station to Tokyo Station.Upon arrival in Nagoya, Visit the Tsuruma Park, Yamazakigawa Riverside and Nagoya Castle. Tsuruma Park and Yamazakigawa Riverside would be charming as they are particularly known for featuring stunning sakura in a large number. Nagoya Castle is a historic site that offers you to see tons of sakura around the castle grounds and park (Meijo Koen). Overnight in Nagoya.
Today after breakfast, proceed on a day tour to Shirakawago. Shirakawago is a beautiful traditional Japanese old village, home to dozens gassho-zukuri farmshoues and nestled at the foot of Mount Hakusan in northwestern Gifu Prefecture; one of the most important highlights in central Japan. Later, return back to Nagoya. Overnight in Nagoya.
Today after breakfast, travel by bullet train to Kyoto. With its many cultural landmarks and historical sites and the abundance of traditional arts and literature, Kyoto is regarded as the cultural heart of Japan. Kyoto was the capital of Japan for over 1,000 years (the name means \'Capital City\') but the emperor and government are now located in Tokyo. With over 2,000 temples, shrines and gardens, Kyoto is a great place to get lost in. Overnight in Kyoto.
Today after breakfast, you will spend half a day in Nara and spend rest of the time in Kyoto. Visit a famous place known as Nara Park. It consists of freely roaming sacred deer, many historical buildings such as Buddhist temples, gardens, and shrine including Nara National Museum. Feed the deer and be there companion for a while. Dont forget to get a picture of the Todaiji Temple Building. It is impossible to think of a trip to Kyoto without a visit to Kinkakuji (Golden Pavilion), Fushimi Inari Shrine, and Kiyomizudera Temple. When the blooms actually arrive at the grounds of these famous places everything seems so relaxing and charming. Overnight in Kyoto.
Today after breakfast, proceed to Osaka. Osaka is Japan\'s second largest metropolitan area after Tokyo. It has been the economic powerhouse of the Kansai Region for many centuries. Osaka is more relaxing compared to other big cities in Japan. You will see old and new in this city; Osaka Castle built in the Samurai era, Shitennoji Temple founded 1400 years ago and modern Umeda Sky Building with an open roof observatory. Osaka Castle was originally built in the 16th century by Hideyoshi Toyotomi, who uniformed Japan as a nation for the first time. The castle has massive stone walls and moats. The main tower contains a museum displaying historical items such as Samurai helmets and armors. Shitennoji Temple, one of the oldest temples in Japan was burnt down several times, you can still see the ancient Buddhist temple style with a beautiful 5 storied pagoda. Later also visit Dotombori, the southern center of Osaka. The place is always crowded with locals and people around the world to take photos of the Glico and Kanidoraku billboards on the Ebisubashi Bridge. Osaka is also Japan\'s unofficial culinary capital, with sprawling shopping hubs and tiny backstreets overflowing with restaurants and bars serving up local delicacies as well as Japan\'s answer to fast food. Osaka is credited with the first kaiten-zushi (conveyor belt sushi) restaurants, after its inventor - the owner of a sushi restaurant with staffing issues - watched beer bottles on a conveyor belt at the nearby Asahi brewery and thought it might be a good way to solve this problem. Overnight in Osaka.
Today after breakfast, travel back to Tokyo by a Bullet Train. People who travel to Tokyo dont come there just to explore the citys best touristic spots instead they are on the hunt for the best shopping streets and restaurants. For a great shopping experience in the capital city, head to Shibuya and Shinjuku areas. There you would find so many good restaurants to satisfy your stomach. Apart from being one of the best modern cities in the World, Tokyo is filled with many \'it happened here\' historic sites. Visit the historic landmarks such as the Imperial Palace, Edo Castle, Senso-ji, Tokyo National Museum and Meiji Shrine. Overnight in Tokyo.
After breakfast , proceed to Airport for your flight back home with happy memories of Alifetimetrip.