Tokyo, Yudanaka, Kanazawa, Kyoto, Hakone
Brilliantly designed with families in mind, this journey really keeps the kids entertained. From Snow Monkeys to Anime and from cycling adventures to dressing like a geisha, this trip really packs a punch and is sure to impress.
Tokyo, Takayama, Kanazawa, Kyoto
This is a fantastic option for first time travellers to Japan, wanting both highlights and variety. Enjoy the neon lights of Tokyo, the ancient gardens and geisha districts in Kyoto, the samurai quarter in Kanazawa as well as idyllic Takayama.
Tokyo, Miyajima, Kyoto, Hakone, Tokyo
This affordable yet wonderful itinerary is fantastic for those on a tighter budget, or for those a little short on time. It takes in Tokyo, Hiroshima and Miyajima, Kyoto as well as Mt Fuji near Hakone. It covers some of the best of Japan.
Tokyo, Hakone, Miyajima, Kyoto
This is a great itinerary for those wanting to simply experience Japan's major highlights. Taking in the neon lights of Tokyo, the ethereal gardens of Kyoto, views of Mt Fuji as well as Hiroshima/Miyajima, this is a fantastic first time visit to Japan.
Tokyo, Nakasendo, Kyoto, Miyajima, Kanazawa
One of our favourite in depth journeys, this unique itinerary explores the best of Japan. From Hiroshima to The Nakasendo Walking Trail and from Kyoto to Kanazawa, this wonderful two-week journey really brings the true essence of Japan to life.
Tokyo, Hakone, Takayama, Kanazawa, Hiroshima, Kyoto
For those wanting to get under the skin of Japan and explore the country in a bit of depth, this journey takes in the best of both urban and rural Japan without rushing. Explore Tokyo, Kyoto and Mt Fuji, as well as coastal Kanazawa and historic Takayama.
Tokyo, Hakone, Kyoto
Staying in some of Japan's most stylish hotels and Ryokans in Tokyo, Kyoto and Hakone near Mt Fuji, this spoiling and laid-back journey does not disappoint when it comes to comfort. Choose private and unique experiences to make it truly stand out.
Tokyo, Matsumoto, Nakasendo, Kyoto
This itinerary is designed for those looking to discover rural and urban Japan. It combines the well-known locations of Kyoto and Tokyo with more authentic and historical rural towns and villages, such as Matsumoto and The Nakasendo Walking Trail.