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  • Strolling through the modern streets of Tokyo, a lively and unique metropolis.
  • Travelling freely thanks to the Japan Rail Pass to discover a fascinating culture.
  • Discovering the must-see places in Japan with a trip combining tradition, nature and modernity while enjoying a relaxing break by the sea.

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Visit the Land of the Rising Sun in the summertime and discover the islands in the Okinawa archipelago before heading south towards Ishigaki, a tropical Japanese island with paradisiacal landscapes. Go for the optional stopover to Miyajima and completely relax amongst the beautiful surroundings.


Your itinerary in brief

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13-Night Tour

Day 1: Europe - Tokyo (Inbound flight)

Day 2-4: Tokyo

Day 5-7: Ishigaki

Day 8-9: Osaka

Day 10-11: Okayama

Day 12-14: Kyoto

Day 15: Kyoto - Europe (Outbound flight)


16-Night Tour

Day 1: Europe - Tokyo (Inbound flight)

Day 2-5: Tokyo

Day 6-8: Ishigaki

Day 9-10: Osaka

Day 11-12: Okayama 

Day 13: Miyajima Island

Day 14-17: Kyoto 

Day 18: Kyoto - Europe (Outbound flight)

Your itinerary in detail


Upon arrival in Tokyo, you will be met after customs by our airport assistant, who will give you all your travel documents and your Pocket WiFi. Enjoy a shuttle Transfer to your hotel where you can check-in (rooms available from 3pm).


Visit the main sights of the Japanese capital! More than a city, Tokyo is a fascinating juxtaposition of heterogeneous districts, skyscrapers, luminous signs, temples and traditional sanctuaries.


The must-sees:

  • The Asakusa district and the Senso-ji temple
  • The Tokyo Skytree, culminating at 634 meters, and the Tokyo Tower, symbol of the city
  • Ueno Park and its many museums
  • The Shibuya and Shinjuku districts
  • Hamarikyu, the Japanese garden between the buildings of Tokyo
  • The gardens of the Imperial Palace
  • Meiji-jingu Shrine
  • Ginza, the chic district of Tokyo
  • Harajuku: the avant-garde district
  • ...and other places detailed in your travel diary.


Enjoy a guided day tour in Tokyo with our expert (optional).


In Ishigaki, you can sunbathe on the white sand and swim in its turquoise waters... Just enjoy a little bit of heaven! Don't forget to see the unique "Hoshizuna" starry sand!


There are many activities available, to be discussed with your hotel upon arrival: diving with an English-speaking guide, snorkelling...and other suggestions in your travel diary!


Hop on a ferry to discover the small paradise island of Taketomi (20 min ferry ride from the small town of Ishigaki, 5 ferries/hour, tickets included in your package). 


On Taketomi, everything can be done on foot or by bike (many bike rentals - no need to book in advance). All the details are in your travel diary!

Okayama (13 & 16-night packages)

From Osaka, head to the feudal city of Okayama located by the Sea of Japan (1h20 by shinkansen, included in your offer).


Drop off your belongings at your hotel and explore the beautiful Korakuen Garden, one of the 3 most famous gardens in Japan during the Edo period. Okayama Castle is also accessible from the garden.

Don’t miss the art island of Naoshima, 1 hour from Okayama: 45 minutes by train (1 change - free with Japan Rail Pass) and 15 minutes by boat (Buy on-site, about €4.50/pers A/R). Details in your travel diary.


Naoshima Island is world-famous for its modern art museums, the architecture of some of its buildings, and the scattered outdoor sculptures throughout its territory.


These numerous museums and buildings were designed by the architect Ando Tadao. You will be impressed, among other things, by Monet's water lilies, displayed in a simple room where you enter without shoes! N.B: access to one of the museums, the Chichu Art Museum, is subject to reservation.


Return to Okayama at the end of the day by the same route as in the morning, in the middle of the Japanese countryside.


If you consider yourself less of an artist and more of a romantic, the city of Kurashiki, less than 20 minutes by JR train from Okayama, will seduce you! 

Osaka (13 & 16-night packages)

After Ishigaki, head to the vibrant city Osaka!

These are some must-see places:

  • The medieval castle of Osaka, with its park full of plum and cherry trees
  • The city centre and its Nakanoshima Island, with its rose park in the middle of the buildings
  • Utsubo Park, an oasis of freshness in the business district
  • Rendezvous in Umeda, temple of Japanese style shopping
  • End up at the Umeda Sky building at dusk for a 360° view of Kansai (including Kyoto on a clear day!)
  • The Osaka Kaiyûkan aquarium, the largest aquarium in the world in terms of volume
  • The Tennoji district and its Shitenno-ji Buddhist temple, one of the oldest in Japan
  • Shinseikai, with retro charm
  • DenDen machi, the technologeek village
  • Don’t forget to go to Dotonbori, the liveliest district and its unparalleled atmosphere ! Taste Osaka's specialties: takoyaki, okonomiyaki and many others.

16-night package

In the morning, have your luggage sent to the hotel in Kyoto (see luggage transfer section, more details in your travel guide), so you can travel light with a small bag for your overnight stay in Miyajima.


Head to Hiroshima by train (included in your pass, about 1h), and take a local train and ferry (included as well). The island is around 30km from the city, a journey of around 45 minutes. Take the opportunity to visit the Itsukushima Shrine, a must-see! The island is one of Japan's most visited sites and is famous for the many paths that criss-cross the island. 


The must-see sites:

  • Itsukushima-jinja shrine and its large gate (Ootorii).
  • Momijidani Park
  • Daishô-in temple
  • Homotsukan treasure pavilion
  • Five-storey Gojû-no-tô pagoda
  • Egami House
  • View of the bay from Mount Misen, Shishi-no-iwa


Head to Kyoto from Ishigaki or Okayama depending on your package.


Kyoto, the former imperial capital, combines the past with the present, and the present with the future. Millennium, artistic, spiritual and gourmet: visiting Kyoto is an opportunity to discover the origins of the Japanese soul and is the essential stopover of a stay in Japan.



  • Experience a night walk tour in Gion, Kyoto’s lively and colorful Geisha district. Discover the most iconic district of Kyoto, filled with tradition and history.


Add to your stay (optional):

  • Guiding day in Kyoto
  • Traditional Japanese tea ceremony


Our suggestions in Kyoto:

  • Kinkakuji (Golden Pavilion) and Ginkakuji (Silver Pavilion)
  • Ryoanji Temple, a famous rock garden
  • The Gion district and the Philosopher’s Path
  • The Kiyomizu-dera
  • Nishiki Market, where you can find typical food from Kyoto
  • Nijo Castle and its nightingale floors
  • Arashiyama bamboo groves


Day trip suggestions from Kyoto:

  • Nara. Trip covered by the Japan Rail Pass (30 to 45 minutes), with Fushimi-Inari Taisha shrine and its thousands of vermilion torii gates on your way back from Nara. Trip covered by the Japan Rail Pass (5 minutes)

Your hotels

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Maximum room capacity

Throughout your tour, you’ll stay in Standard Rooms in the following hotels (or similar):

3* accommodation

  • Tokyo: Royal Park Canvas Ginza 8 3*
  • Ishigaki (Okinawa): Fusaki Beach Resort Hotel 3*
  • Osaka: Hotel Noum 3*
  • Kyoto: Rakuro by The Share Hotels 3*
  • Miyajima (on the 16-night tour): ryokan


4* accommodation

  • Tokyo: The Blossom Hibiya 4*
  • Osaka: Cross Hotel Osaka 4*
  • Kyoto: The General Kyoto Takatsuji 4*
  • Okayama: Hotel Granvia 4*


Luggage transfer : To make it easier for you to travel between cities, we've included a luggage transfer service: - From your hotel in Okayama to Kyoto, allowing you to travel light for your night in Miyajima (for the 16-night stay)

  • You will sleep on comfortable futons placed on the tatami. As is customary in Japanese traditional accommodation, the onsen bathroom is shared (not mixed). Toilet and sink are usually in the room but not guaranteed.
  • For double rooms in western hotels, please note that by default they have 2 separate single beds (twin room).
  • In Japan, a densely populated country where everything is small, the 3*** hotels are of very good quality but the rooms are often quite narrow (12 to 16m2 depending on the hotel for twin rooms). For more comfort, choose the full 4**** option.
  • For triple rooms, we cannot guarantee in all hotels a single room for 3 people. Depending on the hotel, a double and a single room may be offered.
  • In the case of a group order (> 5 people), it is possible, depending on the availability of the hotels, that not all the members of the group will be accommodated in the same hotel. However, the goal is to be close to each other.
  • Please note that in case of a single supplement, it will be applied in all accommodations.

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Your dining choices

This is a bed and breakfast stay.

Optional excursions

Kyoto Tea Ceremony

Optional excursions

Travel back in time and take part in a traditional tea ceremony in an authentic neighbourhood of Kyoto. Taste delicious matcha tea and understand the complexities of serving it in one of the city's best teahouses.

Tokyo Private Guided Tour

Optional excursions

Enjoy a guided tour of Tokyo with one of the locals. Example of tour: Visit Meiji-jingu Shrine in the centre of Tokyo and Harajuku, then explore Shinjuku Garden and the Government Building for a breathtaking view.


Kyoto Private Guided Tour

Optional excursions

Enjoy a guided tour of Kyoto with a local guide.

Optional hotel services

Double Room instead of Twin

Optional hotel services

You can opt for a double bed instead of two separate beds.

Your journey


You will be able to choose your airline and flight times when you make your booking. This flight may include one or more stopovers. The stopover may be technical (without a change of aircraft) or transit (with a change of aircraft).

Luggage information

Luggage, meals and other services on board may be subject to an additional fee on certain airlines. It is possible to view details of luggage allowances when you choose your flights at the next stage of the booking process. If luggage is not included with your flight, please go to the airline's website before your departure to purchase your luggage for an additional fee.

For domestic flights, airlines do not always offer the option of reserving luggage. In this case, you will need to pay for it at the airport counter.

You will receive all the information you need to check in for your flights after you have made your reservation.

Your destination

In more detail

Please find practical information about your trip:
This tour is not accessible to people with reduced mobility.

Pets are not permitted.
Your stay may be subject to an additional city or tourist tax payable directly to the hotel, which is not included in our nightly rate. Please check with hotel directly for further information.

Children from 3 years are accepted, and special price from 3 to 11 years old.


In very rare cases, mostly in very high season, the programme may change. You will be informed in your mini travel guide. 


The Japan Rail Pass allows you to travel by train on JR routes during its period of validity, such as trips departing from Kyoto/Osaka, or trips departing from Tokyo (Nikko and Kamakura), as well as the boat and train from Hiroshima to Miyajima.

Note: It is not necessary to have a Japan Rail Pass that covers the whole duration of your stay. Indeed, it is profitable only if it is used for long journeys between the different steps of the stay (especially by Shinkansen) which are very expensive.

In large cities like Tokyo, not all public transport are covered by the Japan Rail Pass and trains are relatively cheap. Thus, providing you with a Japan Rail Pass lasting more than 7 days would not be profitable but, on the contrary, would significantly increase the cost of your journey.


What is a Japan Rail Pass?

The Japan Rail Pass is a special train pass for foreign travelers visiting Japan. This pass allows unlimited travel for 7 or 14 consecutive days on all Japan Railways (JR) trains throughout Japan.

With your Japan Rail Pass in hand, all you have to do is go to the station, show your Pass to the controller at the entrance gates and board any JR train. Details in your travelog.

The Japan Rail Pass does not cover (which are not included in your offer):

  • Subway and buses in Tokyo and Kyoto (you can pay by prepaid transportation card, optional)
  • Private lines (that are not JR)
  • Transfer station ↔ hotels (by foot, bus, taxis or subway)
  • Nozomi and Mizuho (very quick Shinkansen)
  • Train journeys done outside of pass validity


As of October 11, 2022, Japan opens its borders to all European citizens (including the European Union, the United Kingdom and Switzerland) and North Americans (Canada and the United States) without requiring a visa.

Only non-triply vaccinated travelers need a negative PCR test performed within 72 hours prior to departure.

Price includes:

  • 4-star Resort Hotel in Ishigaki (Okinawa)
  • 3-star hotels in Tokyo & Kyoto, and a for the 13-night tour: +2 nights in Osaka and +2 nights inOkayama
  • 16-night tour: +1 night in Tokyo, Kyoto & Kinosaki Onsen (3-star hotels)
  • 16-night tour: traditional Japanese dinner and breakfast in your ryokan in Kinosaki Onsen
  • All breakfasts are included
  • Airport Meet & Greet
  • Airport transfers round trip
  • Domestic plane tickets from Tokyo -> Ishigaki (Okinawa) -> Kyoto (or Osaka depending on package)
  • Ferry tickets (round trip) to Taketomi island
  • Gion (geisha district) night walk in Kyoto
  • Pocket WiFi for fast and unlimited internet access for the entire duration of your trip
  • Prepaid transportation card for most buses and subways in Tokyo and Kyoto
  • Transportation between the different steps of the trip thanks to the 3 days unlimited pass for Kyoto and its surroundings (9-night package), and with the Japan Rail pass
  • 1 mini travel guide received by email before your departure, detailing the stages of your journey, and the tourist sites not to be missed, train schedules, etc.
  • 1 helpline, 24/24h, in English and bilingual Japanese


Doesn’t include:

  • Personal expenses, meals and drinks not mentioned, entrance fees to tourist sites
  • Public transportation within the cities (prepaid card optional)
  • Tourist tax in each city (around 1,5€/night/person)
  • Insurance and other optional services
  • Anything not specifically mentioned under “price includes”

If booking as a single traveller, room occupancy and configuration are not guaranteed. You may be placed in either a single, double or twin room, based on the availability of the property at the time. 

The location shown on our map is to be used as a guide only and the actual location of the property may differ.

Your contact details may be passed on to the hotel so that they can make contact with you to discuss your booking in advance of your arrival.

You may be asked to provide a credit/debit card deposit on arrival to cover any purchases made in the hotel.

Although we endeavour to provide up-to-date information, we cannot guarantee that all hotel facilities and services will be available during your stay, especially when travelling out of the main holiday periods.

Star rating standards may differ to that of the UK, depending on the country of travel.


Travel with peace of mind


To ensure a peaceful holiday, our partners are committed to respecting the local health and sanitary measures in force to protect your safety and well-being.


Please note: health and sanitary measures may be subject to change in line with government recommendations. Consequently, they may affect access to certain amenities and leisure facilities.

Your contract

If you book a package which includes flights, your contract will be with Voyage Privé. The air holiday package(s) shown are ATOL protected by the Civil Aviation Authority. Our ATOL number is 10170.

If you book a package which does not include flights, then ATOL protection does not apply. Your contract will be with the provider of the accommodation and not Voyage Privé. Voyage Privé acts only as agent for the accommodation provider.

Please read our booking conditions before confirming your holiday. 

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