Our Japan Itineraries

Essential Japan

Essential Japan is a 13 day itinerary that explores Japan's quintessential sites, from samurai castles and ancient temples to forward-thinking cities and the excellent bullet train system.

13 days

Visiting: Tokyo, Matsumoto, Kanazawa, Hiroshima, Kyoto, Tsumago



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Ultimate Japan

This comprehensive itinerary is an in-depth journey through Japan, taking high-speed train journeys through stunning scenery to visit energising cities, relaxing hot spring resorts and beautiful ancient sites.

17 days

Visiting: Tokyo, Hakone, Matsumoto, Kanazawa, Takayama, Kyoto, Koyasan, Hiroshima, Miyajima, Osaka



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Compact Japan

Let Japan's excellent high-speed rail system whisk you between places that no visit to Japan should omit, absorbing the riot of sensory stimuli and enjoying elegant, indulgent traditions that have endured for centuries.

8 days

Visiting: Tokyo, Hakone, Kyoto



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Winter Japan

Avoid the spring & autumn crowds by visiting Japan during the winter months. This winter-focused itinerary includes the obvious attraction of northern Japan’s ski resorts, balanced with some of the country’s essential highlights.

13 days

Visiting: Tokyo, Sapporo, Niseko, Kyoto



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Crossing borders: Korea to Kyushu

The neighbouring countries of South Korea and Japan share many similarities and this itinerary which combines the two will appeal to anyone with an interest in history and culture, natural wonders and food.

10 days

Visiting: Seoul, Gyeongju, Busan, Fukuoka



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Let us do the hard work for you -
and help you plan using our experience.


Our recommended itineraries are designed by our team of Destination Specialists and work perfectly exactly as they are.


We are also happy to tailor the route to your preferences. Just tell us how we can improve the holiday and we’ll create a bespoke itinerary just for you.


The third option is that we start with a blank canvas, working with you to design the perfect trip for you and yours.

Package holidays in Japan 2017, 2018 - Selective Asia