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Japan With Japan Railpass

Duration 09 nights
Daily Departure

Tickets No
Hotels + Train + Pocket Wi-Fi
Meals 09 breakfasts
Type Free


We suggest you a route where you can visit the country highlights. Anyway, you’re free to plan your route as freely.

Day 01

Osaka (Arrival)



Day 02




Day 03

Osaka – Kyoto



Day 04 / 05




Day 06

Kyoto – Tokyo



Day 07 / 08 / 09





Tokyo (Departure)




Dotonbori quarter is the neuralgic center of Osaka. With its canal, here we’ll find a huge leisure offer, gastronomy and big neons and lights that gives to this place an identity.



Mandatory stop during our visit in town. The Osaka Castle was builded in XVI century and his image is the town icon. In his boundaries you can find the Nishinomaru gardens.



One of the most charming and famous areas in town. Shinsekai quarter has within their streets a great variety of restaurants and souvenir shops. Tsutenkaku tower is the reference within this gorgeous quarter.


Between Shinsekai and Dotonbori, we can find Nipponbashi quarter, which is a reference in Osaka in reference of electronic culture. Its resemblance with Akihabara quarter make this a reference point to enjoy Anime among other important things of Japanese culture.



It is the most famous market in Osaka. With its covered roof we will be able to see a good sample of the local gastronomy in its one hundred and stalls.
A must for lovers of Japanese food.



To get the best views of the city of Osaka, we must climb the 173 meters high that this skyscraper has. From the Observatory of the Floating Garden we can see a beautiful panoramic view of the city as well as wait for the sunset while we have a drink in its restaurant.





The temple par excellence of the city of Kyoto. Famous for its thousands of red or orange toris that follow one another in a 4-kilometer walk, it is an unforgettable experience to walk through them.



The Kinkaku-ji or Golden Pavilion is a Zen temple recognizable by its golden reflections from the outside. The building is a World Heritage Site and has a beautiful pond called Espejo de Agua and a picturesque typical Japanese garden.



The famous Geisha Quarter is definitely a must-see during our visit to Kyoto. Its charm shines especially during the sunset, where we can stroll through its narrow streets and its traditional wooden houses in the Japanese style.



Its name means the temple of pure water. Located on a hill to the east of the city, we can obtain beautiful views of the city from this religious complex. Without a doubt, you have to visit it as soon as possible since the crowds are frequent.


This bamboo forest is a very important enclave for the city and for Japanese culture. Strolling among more than 50 varieties of bamboo, in a relaxed atmosphere and with the wind moving their trunks of more than 20 meters, make this experience a true wonder.





It is the neighborhood par excellence if we talk about manga, anime or electronic culture in general. Its main street is Chuo-Dori and the thousands of fans from the world of comics, video games and others give this place a unique atmosphere in the city.



It is the oldest temple in the city. Located in the popular Asakusa neighborhood, walking through its Kaminarimon gate fills the visitor’s spirit. Very close to this beautiful building we also find Nakamise Street, one of the oldest shopping streets in all of Japan, today full of souvenir and souvenir shops.



One of the country’s postcards is in this neighborhood. The most famous crosswalk in the world is an experience that every visitor to Tokyo must experience. It is also advisable to walk through its shops, shopping centers, the statue of the faithful Hachiko or simply wander through its streets.



The largest fish market in the world. Here we will find a great variety of fish and shellfish, always sold wholesale, focusing on the most famous fish in the country: tuna. Due to the large influx of visitors, it is advisable to plan your visit well in advance.



It is the most popular park in the city, full of ponds, museums and temples that make it a magical place. This place becomes especially popular with the arrival of the cherry blossoms in spring, making it a unique sight.


In Japan hotels, most of the rooms are smaller than average rooms worldwide. In case of a triple room, please contact us.


Prices per person



  • 09 nights accommodation in mentioned hotels or similar
  • 09 breakfasts
  • Japan Railpass (train ticket) for 07 consecutive days in tourist class
  • Shipping of your documentation to your home
  • Transfer OUT in Tokyo Airport Limousine Bus
  • Pocket Wi-Fi ( portable Wi-Fi device ) for all travel days (one device per booking)


No incluye

  •  International flights
  • Any meal
  • Tickets to monuments
  • Possible tips