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Tokyo is one of the best places to visit in the country if you're looking for the definitive Japanese urban experience. You'll find a massive variety of stores and malls offering upscale experiences and bargains alike. Entertainment districts are massive and packed with things to do including arcades. Of course, the food is some of the best in the world.
Okinawa is an island far south of the mainland of Japan where you'll find a unique cultural heritage as well as outdoor adventures. The beaches here are pristine, and it's easy to access the welcoming waters offshore. Additionally, you'll find several museums and cultural centres letting you explore the history of the island and incredible works of art created by locals.
When you visit Kyoto, you'll find quite a few different things you can do. As one of the country's oldest cities, you'll find quite a few UNESCO World Heritage sites here that mostly consist of shrines and towers. In fact, there's about 2,000 shrines and temples total in town. Of course, you'll find quite a few unforgettable shopping experiences available as well.
The city of Osaka is best known for its delicious cuisine. You'll find some of the best food in the country whether you're looking for a fine dining experience or a quick snack from a street vendor. Takoyaki and okonomiyaki is among the most popular with locals and visitors alike. The general atmosphere here is fairly extroverted making the experience welcoming and exciting as well.
Reviewed on 5 May 2022
Reviewed on 7 May 2022
Reviewed on 7 May 2022
No matter how much you think you know about Japan, nothing can prepare you for the moment when you step out into the buzzing, neon-lit streets of downtown Tokyo for the first time.
Japanese accommodation is an experience in itself. Browse through our 36181 hotels (starting at £52 a night) and you’ll see what we mean. For the price-conscious traveller, consider bundling your flights and hotels together with our Japan Holiday Packages. You can also add a rental car and experiences to your package. With the savings you make you can throw a guided tour of the Imperial Palace into the mix.
Day 1-3: Most travellers to Japan touch down at Tokyo International Airport (Haneda Airport). Settle into your hotel before checking out the best sights that this famous city has to offer, such as Shibuya Crossing, Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden and the Tokyo Skytree.
Day 4-5: Take the futuristic Shinkansen (bullet train) to Osaka. Japan’s third-biggest city, this place lures travellers with its vibrant food scene and attractions such as Osaka Castle and Universal Studios Japan.
Day 6-7: Hop back on the train and head to Kyoto, Japan’s spiritual heart. Spend your days exploring its serene temples, shrines and gardens.
Cherry blossom season is one of the most popular times to visit Japan. The country explodes into colour each year between late April and early May.
You could easily spend your entire trip in the country’s dizzying capital, so why not take a look at ourTokyo Holiday Packages?