Customize Your Luxury Vacation

• Experience the best of Japan on a fully tailored journey

• Enjoy activities tailored to the entire family (best for kids 12 and older, but itinerary can be modified for younger children)

• There are no set dates—the best times of the year to travel are March through May and September through November

• This itinerary can be customized to your interests, specifications and group

• Pricing is per person, based on double occupancy, for a group of four

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What's Included

The price of this all-inclusive custom journey covers everything from travel by car or helicopter, hotels, all daily activities unless specifically outlined, top-of-the-line guides and gratuities. The price excludes international flights to and from your home.

Explore the journey
  1. Begin your journey in Japan’s vibrant and eclectic capital.

    One of the world’s most populous cities, Tokyo enchants and inspires with a heady blend of ancient traditions and ultramodern possibilities. Alongside your private guide, embark on an exciting exploration of this diverse metropolis, which offers immersive activities for the whole family.

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  2. Delve into Japan’s rich cultural heritage in the historic city of Kanazawa.

    Kanazawa offers untold delights, including beautifully preserved historic districts with fine examples of traditional architecture, a number of magnificent temples and one of the prettiest gardens in the country. As you explore the city, you’ll come across wonderful museums, an excellent market full of local produce and a pace of life that feels positively leisurely after the excitement of Tokyo.

  3. Discover the spiritual and cultural heart of Japan.

    Kyoto was the capital of Japan for more than 1,000 years, and it remains a center of pilgrimage and spirituality to this day. It’s a city of contrasts, with ancient temples abutting modern high-rises and tranquil Zen gardens of rock and sand situated near vibrant markets. To really get to know Kyoto, spend some time exploring its quieter sides, and don’t forget to sample some of the traditional restaurants that have made the city a destination for culinary as well as spiritual pilgrims.