• Atami Relax in the Ocean View Onsen

  • Fuji-Hakone National Park Sail Lake Ashi

  • Tokyo VIP Access to the Top of the Tokyo Skytree

  • Hakone Ropeway Enjoy the Best View of Mt. Fuji

  • Kamakura Ride a Rickshaw through the Ancient Capital 

Japan Kanto- 6 Days

 Land Only from US $1150-$1199

Tokyo, Kamakura, Odawara, Atami Hot Springs, & Hakone

Departs January- December

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Highlights

    Featured Arrangements 

    • We design our itineraries to balance sightseeing and free time while neglecting tourist traps.
    • Travel across the Aqua Line, Japan's cutting-edge tunnel that submerges under the Tokyo Bay. 
    • Rickshaw through the ancient historical town of Kamakura. 
    • Fuji-Hakone National Park
      • Let the scenic Fuji-Hakone National Park surround you as you cruise down Lake Ashi on a pirate ship. 
      • Ride a cable car up the Hakone Ropeway and take in the iconic Mt. Fuji at your side.
    • Tokyo
      • Enjoy VIP access to the top of the Tokyo Skytree for a breathtaking view of the city.
      • Travel down Sumida River on a water bus and experience local scenery along the Tokyo Bay.
      • Hop on the tram and tour like a local.  
      • Free time to explore Tokyo’s most vibrant neighborhoods: Harajuku and Ginza.

    Luxury Accommodations

    • AtamiHotel New Akao–RYOKAN style hotel uniquely situated on a cliff side facing the Pacific Ocean. Enjoy ocean-view rooms. 
      • Rejuvenate in a mineral rich hot spring and watch as the sun peeks over the watery horizon.
      • Dress in Yukata robes for a Kaiseki banquet dinner and Karaoke.
    • TokyoImperial Hotel–Iconic, luxurious, and walking distance to the famous Ginza district and Imperial Palace. 

    Culinary Experiences  

    • Arranging great culinary experiences is a specialty we are very proud of. Before a restaurant is selected for our itinerary, our development team spends countless hours sampling dozens of restaurants for comparison. On this trip, you will have a chance to taste one-of-a-kind Japanese delicacies, including shabu shabu, kamameshi, sashimi, and traditional Kaiseki banquet dinner. 

    Super Value Standard

    • Charismatic and knowledgeable Super Value trained guides.
    • A comprehensive travel insurance plan. Details  
    • High quality headsets to hear our tour guide's presentation clearly.
    • Porterage service is provided at most hotels.

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Itinerary

Day 1

 Depart North America for Tokyo, Japan

  • Depart from your home airport, have a great flight!

Day 2

 Arrive in Narita, Tokyo【Dinner】

  • "Yokoso" or "Welcome" to Japan! A Super Value Tours Representative will meet you at the arrival gate and bring you to the hotel. Airport transfer is available for flights arriving between 12:00-7:30pm. 
  • If you arrive early, take the rest of the day to rest up. Or, if you’re up for it, do some shopping at the local Aeon Mall.

  • Arrive in Narita

  • Aeon Mall

  • Japanese Dinner Set

Dinner  
Japanese Dinner Set at the Hotel
Hotel  
Hilton Narita (Best Hotel in the Area)
Day 3

Narita  Tokyo Bay Aqua Line  Kamakura  Odawara  Atami Hot Spring【3 meals】

  • Tokyo Bay Aqua Line: Travel through Japan's cutting-edge tunnel that submerges under the Tokyo Bay. Emerge from the tunnel onto Umihotaru, an artificial island, known for its stunning views and fun local shops. 
  • Kamakura: Discover Kamakura's treasures as you rickshaw through Japan's first shogunate capital. 
  • Wakamiya Oji: Leisurely stroll down one of the best 100 streets in Japan. Famous for the Sakura Tunnel, it is simply magnificent during Cherry Blossom season. 
  • Hachimangu Shrine: Pay respects at the most important Shinto shrine in Kamakura. 
  • Komachi Dori: Freely explore the charming alleys to shop for unique souvenirs and indulge in local eateries. 
  • Odawara Castle: Expand your knowledge of feudal Japan with a visit to Odawara Castle.
  • Finish the day with a true cultural experience at the Ryokan Hotel hot spring in the city of Atami. Dress in Yukata robes and enjoy a traditional Kaiseki dinner and Karaoke. 

  • Tokyo Bay Aqua Line

  • Rickshaw through Kamakura

  • Kaiseki Banquet Dinner

Breakfast  
Western and Japanese Buffet
Lunch  
Kamakura-don
Dinner  
Kaiseki Banquet and Karaoke!
Hotel  
New Akao Hot Spring Spa Hotel
Day 4

Atami  Fuji-Hakone National Park  Tokyo【3 meals】

  • Optional: Take the morning to relax or enjoy an optional seaside walk in the Atami gardens overlooking the ocean.
  • Lake Ashi: Cruise Lake Ashi on the well-known pirate ship for an impressive view of Mt. Fuji (if weather permits). 
  • Hakone Ropeway: Ascend up the Hakone Ropeway to Owakudani Valley. Along the way, see steams emitting from the valley, stunning views of Lake Ashi, and the unforgettable Mt. Fuji.  
  • Owakudani Valley: Try the famous kuro-tamago, or black hard-boiled eggs. According to local legends, eating a black egg will prolong your life by seven years. But not so fast, don't eat more than three or it is bad luck! 
  • Harajuku: Explore one of Tokyo's famous neighborhoods, known as a center for youth fashion and culture.

  • Hakone Ropeway

  • Sail Lake Ashi on a Pirate Ship

  • Owakudani Valley Black Egg

Breakfast  
Western and Japanese Buffet
Lunch  
Japanese- Italian Fusion Buffet Overlooking Lake Ashi
Dinner  
All-You-Can-Eat Japanese Shabu Shabu
Hotel  
Imperial Hotel Tokyo (Ginza District)
Day 5

Tokyo Narita 【2 meals】

  • Optional: Relax in the morning or take an optional walk to the East Garden of the Imperial Palace to see stunning Japanese-style gardens.
  • Tokyo Mizube Line: Cruise down Sumida River on a water bus. Along the way, take in a spectacular view of the Tokyo Skytree. 
  • Asakusa: Free time to explore this vivacious old Edo district filled with unique Japanese delicacies. Don't forget to see the famous Senso-ji temple, Tokyo's oldest and most festive temple.
  • Ride the local tram to Tokyo Skytree from the Tobu Asakusa Station.  
  • Tokyo Skytree: Enjoy VIP access to the top of the Skytree. Get a bird's eye view of the entire Kanto region from the world's highest stand-alone communication tower.
  • Ginza District: Explore Tokyo's most dynamic and famous shopping, dinning, and entertainment center. Dinner is not included tonight so you may take advantage of unlimited dining options in the area.
  • Depart for Hilton Narita after dinner.
  • Optional (recommended for guests with post-tour extensions): Stay at the Imperial Hotel Tokyo tonight instead of traveling back to Narita for an additional $180 per room. Stay out late after dinner and explore Tokyo's vibrant night life. Transportation to Narita airport ($30 per person) or Haneda airport ($10 per person) is not included. Your tour guide will provide related information on how to get to the airport. 

  • Tokyo Skytree and Mizube Line

  • Asakusa Sashimi Lunch Set

  • Ginza District

Breakfast  
Western and Japanese Buffet
Lunch  
Kamameshi (Rice Pot) or Sashimi Set at a Century-Old Restaurant
Dinner  
Not Included-Explore Ginza with Our Helpful Maps and Suggestions
Hotel  
Narita Hilton (Best Hotel in the Area)
Day 6
 

Narita Your next destination  【Breakfast】

  • "Sayonara!" or "Goodbye!" Guests with morning flights will be directed to take the airport shuttle from the hotel after breakfast.
  • Guests with afternoon flights will be able to enjoy some last minute shopping at the Aeon Mall or take a tour of Narita's Shinsho-ji Temple. Based on your departure time, the tour guide will direct you to take the airport shuttle from the hotel. 

 *Airport send off available from 9:00am-7:00pm

Breakfast  
Western and Japanese Buffet
Tokoyo Bay Aqua Line

A modern marvel made possible by Japanese engineering technology. This highway, which stretches over Tokyo Bay, comprises a 4.4 kilometer long bay bridge coming from the east and a 9.5 kilometer underwater highway coming from the west. The two meet at a manmade island (Umihotaru) where Mount Fuji can be seen from afar on a sunny day.

Kamakura

Within this peaceful atmosphere lies a thread of untarnished beauty. Kamakura once served as the de facto political and cultural center of Japan. The location faces the ocean on one side and is surrounded in all other directions by mountainous forests. Scattered within these quiet forests are ancient landmarks and prominent temples. Among them, the world-renowned Tsurugaoka Hachimangu Shinto shrine is one of the most worthy sites to visit.

Tsurugaoka Shrine
The shrine was built in 1063 for the worship of Tsurugaoka (God of War). From the Omontesando Pathway (aka Wakamiya Dori) at the entrance, one must pass three toriis and walk down 61 stone steps to reach the shrine. The shrine itself is a two-story building. On opposite sides of the building are corridors and secondary halls which fit together with classic elegance.
Wakamiya Dori
The main thoroughfare of Kamakura, it was originally built as a road of pilgrimage leading to the Tsurugaoka Hachimangu Shrine. Close to a thousand sakura (Japanese cherry blossom) trees line the street on both sides. During springtime, the beautiful sea of flourishing cherry blossoms is a feast for the eye. Shops of all types also line both sides of the streets, offering all types of handmade crafts and local specialty goods. The most representative craft of the area is the popular Kamakura wooden sculpture (a type of lacquer work), which, much like fine wine that ages well, becomes deeper and more refined in tone of color as time passes.
Komachi Dori
This tiny street paralleling the Wakamiya Dori is full of stories and tradition. There, you will find a heavy concentration of restaurants of all varieties and shops selling items such as local specialty goods, arts and crafts, and fashionable jewelry. It is the main shopping area in Kamukara.
The Odawara Castle

The castle was built by the Omori clan and became the residence of the feudal lord Hojo who established a strong presence during the civil war. Its fortified tower is the only such tower in the greater Tokyo area that remains relatively intact. Inside the castle is a display of related historical artifacts and the observation tower offers a panoramic view of the surroundings. From the top, we can see the entire city of Odawara and enjoy the scenery of the neighboring coastline.

Atami
Atami (its name literally meaning “hot ocean”) is a coastal, hot spring holiday spot for vacationing Japanese. With its countless beaches, coastlines, natural hot springs and comfortable weather conditions, Atami has become a year-round vacation hotspot. It is in this area of the peninsula that one can find hot springs with a recorded history of more than a thousand years. The area is now recognized in Japan as a prominent hot spring center.
Fuji-Hakone National Park
For years the beauty of Mount Fuji, with its distinguishable snow-covered cone and perennially colorful landscapes has inspired poems and famous works of art. The Hakone National park, graced by layers of flourishing foliage, is located at the foot of Mount Fuji and engulfed by surrounding hills. With the emerald green Lake Ashi located right in the park’s center and Mount Fuji rising in the background, the breathtaking scenery is regarded as the best that Japan has to offer.
The Hakone Ropeway
While on the ropeway, take in the beautiful sight of the crystal blue Lake Ashi and the lava steam emitting from the Owakudani Valley. If the weather is clear, you can also admire the majesty of Mount Fuji.
Lake Ashi
Among the ten great lakes of Japan, its bright green reflections highlight the sea of mountains that surrounds it. It is the most precious jewel of Hakone National Park. In fact, it is believed the best view of the magnificent Mount Fuji is from Lake Ashi.
Owakudani Valley
The “Valley of Great Boiling” emits the smell of fizzing sulfur from miles away. This once active volcanic area still boils with life. So hot is the natural spring water that it is used to cook black boiled eggs; it is fabled that eating one egg adds seven years of life! To reach Owakudani, we take a ride on the Hakone Ropeway, a brief cable car ride where, weather permitting, we’ll be able to admire Japan’s highest peak from an elevated perspective.
Harajuku

Harajuku is known internationally as a center of Japanese youth culture and fashion. Shopping and dining options include quaint cafes and independent boutiques. The area is also home to Yoyogi Park and Meiji Jingu Shrine.

Shinjuku

Shinjuku is an area otherwise known as Tokyo’s playground where we can explore the nightlife of the magical city. This district exemplifies modern Tokyo and boasts countless movie theaters, department stores, fashion boutiques, shopping plazas, neon signs, restaurants, and a dizzying array of most everything Tokyo has to offer. At Shinjuku Station, Tokyo’s busiest station, an estimated 3.3 million people pass by per day, making it the busiest station in the world. Here, we can also explore Shinjuku train station, a spectacular sprawling mini-metropolis in itself.

Shibuya
A center for youth fashion and culture, Shibuya's streets are the birthplace to many of Japan's fashion and entertainment trends. Over a dozen major department store branches can be found around the area catering to all types of shoppers. If you're in this district of Tokyo, make sure not to miss famous & exciting landmarks such as the Hachiko Dog Statue and the intensely busy Shibuya Crossing.
Imperial Palace
The Imperial Palace is the current home to the Emperor and his family. Surrounded by public parks, the palace is immersed within a sea of majestic bonsai trees, creating a quintessential oasis engulfed within the city. Though public entrance is only permitted twice a year, the castle itself is a relevant cultural symbol and regarded as a must-see site for visitors.
Sumida River Cruise

We make our way to Asakusa by a scenic cruise boat on the Sumida River. Down at water level, the short cruise not only gives you fresh air, but also great views of Asakusa and the Tokyo Skytree and brings you closer to Tokyo’s riverborne heritage.

Asakusa
Asakusa is the well-preserved and still vivacious old Edo district. It is best known for the Sensoji Temple, the oldest and most popular temple in the city where yearly festivals are held. Thousands of locals celebrate here every year to commemorate the life of Buddha. Through the Kaminarimon (Thunder Gate) leading to the temple is the famous Nakamise Dori, an area that has won itself a festive reputation, attracting many local specialists who sell unique Japanese delicacies within its crowded streets.
Solamachi District: Tokyo Sky Tree

Forming the base of Tokyo Skytree, Tokyo Solamachi is Tokyo's newest development.  With an endless choice of shops and restaurants, as well as an aquarium and planetarium, you can do it all here.  The best way to take a break from historical sightseeing and do some souvenir shopping!

Tokyo Skytree

Boasting a height of 2100 ft, making it the world's highest stand-alone communication tower, Tokyo Skytree opened in 2012 and has already become a major symbol of Tokyo. The Tembo Deck, located 1150 ft above ground level, can be reached by special high speed elevators and features a spacious design. From here, we can enjoy a 360 dgree panoramic view across the entire Kanto region from its large glass panes, which stand more than 16 ft high.

 

Ginza
In Ginza, set your soles on some of the most expensive real estate on our planet. This part of Tokyo is the quintessential, high-end shopping mecca for people to see and be seen. In Ginza not everything (or anything) is affordable, but for the same reason people visit Rodeo Drive in Los Angeles or Fifth Avenue in New York, the intrigue is the essence of the surroundings. So whether you’re browsing the extravagant department stores and towering, glossy retail shops or simply lounging with a cup of coffee, relax and enjoy as you watch Tokyo’s high society pass by.
Hilton Narita

Just minutes away from Narita Airport, the Hilton is one of the best in the area. Its proximity to the airport means travelers with late arrivals can rest well and avoid a long commute into the city.


ANA Crowne Plaza Narita

Its convenient location makes the ANA Crowne Plaza one of the top two hotels in the area. Its proximity to the airport means travelers with late arrivals can rest well and avoid a long commute into the city.


Imperial Hotel Tokyo

The choice of world leaders, diplomats, and foreign dignitaries, this iconic and prestigious five-star hotel features an impressive setting overlooking the lush Imperial Palace Gardens and walking distance to Tokyo’s most affluent Ginza and Marunouchi neighborhoods. This hotel has been awarded the Tripadvisor Travelers’ Choice Award for luxury and service several years in a row. 


Hotel New Akao

Family-owned for generations, this ryokan (Japanese-style) hot spring hotel is dramatically set on a cliff amid the majestic Amagi Mountains and the gorgeous Segami Sea. Marvel at the stunning sea views from your room and watch the sun rise over the ocean while soaking in an outdoor onsen. It is truly an unforgettable once in a lifetime experience.


Keio Plaza

A sleek upscale hotel enveloped by skyscrapers and the vibrant Shinjuku district. Find yourself just a short walk from the world’s busiest rail hub, densely dotted with depachikas, underground shopping arcades, and the most popular restaurants, shops, and attractions in the heart of Tokyo.  


Kamameshi (rice cooked in a stone pot) set
Kaiseki (traditional Japanese banquet dinner) with Karaoke
Japanese-Italian cuisine
Sashimi set
Hakone fusion buffet
Shabu shabu(Japanese hotpot)
  Sushi & Udon Set
Kamakura-don

Michelle L. (Castro Valley, CA)

  

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Tour guide was excellent! Full of knowledge and very friendly. 

March 2013

Taylor W. (Irvine, CA)

  

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Another wonderful experience traveling with Super Value. Excellent choice of points of visit, restaurants, and hotels. Above all, an excellent tour guide. 

June 2013

Sarah L. (New York, NY)

  

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Maiko was an excellent tour guide. Very organized, helpful, knowledgeable, and polite. We really enjoyed her. Everything was very organized, clean, and thoughtful. Hotels were nice and food was pretty good.  

June 2013

Kim W. (Irvine, CA)

  

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Excellent tour and tour guide. Maiko was excellent and very accommodating. Highly recommended. 

May 2013

Henry W. (Alexandria, VA)

  

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Very good tour! Maiko was very knowledgeable and kind. 

May 2013

Doris C. (Mercer Island)

  

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Very impressed with Maiko and her organization. Wonderful personal stories and interesting stories about Japanese life. 

June 2013

Thomas H. (Cupertino, CA)

  

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Excellent tour. This is the second time for my family on this same tour package. Maiko was excellent! 

June 2013

Ellen W. (Irvine, CA)

  

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Maiko was very knowledgeable, kind, accommodating, and considerate. Excellent tour guide!! Great tour with nice hotels and delicious cultural foods/meals. 

May 2013

Thomas C. (Burnaby, BC)

  

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I enjoyed the itinerary. Maiko was terrific. I would ask for her on my next trip to Japan. 

May 2013

Yaeko S. (Cupertino, CA)

  

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Maiko was professional, well informed, pleasant, polite and made the tour excellent experience for the guests. 

June 2013

Matthew H. (Houston, TX)

  

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I would highly recommend the tour and guide for anyone interested in traveling to Japan. Arigato! 

May 2013

Candace L. (Mission Viejo, CA)

  

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Junko was fantastic! We were fortunate to have her as our tour guide. I hope I can join another tour with her some day! We are very pleased with everything. You have a great product, excellent service, and wonderful personnel! 

July 2013

Nicole H. (Rancho Santa Margarita, CA)

  

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Junko was kind, patient, funny, generous, caring, and thoughtful of our personal interests! She was willing to go out of her way to find something special for us and our specific interests. Thank you for sharing and teaching us your culture and customs—beautiful country!

July 2013 

Maribel N. (Boca Paton, RI)

  

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Akira Oka was an excellent tour guide. His professionalism and knowledge of the tour sites were impeccable. We would definitely return for a tour with him and will recommend to friends and family. 

June 2013

Jessica K. (Walnut, CA)

  

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Maiko is really excellent, she was very helpful with our unique requests. Excellent job Maiko! 

March 2014

Nancy Y. (Los Angeles, CA)

  

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I really liked how the size of the group was small. Akira was an excellent tour guide! He was very professional. He made sure everyone was taken care of. He was very personable.

July 2013

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Our tour guide May Ueda was extremely attentive, and completely took care of the need of every one. Completely satisfied!!! 

October 2013

Cathleen (Vancouver, BC)

  

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I have several food allergies and J made a point of confirming with all the restaurants, so that I could eat. She even walked with me to a restaurant during “free time” in Gion! I was so happy! 

January 2014

Pauline F. (Whittier, CA)

  

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Maiko was the perfect tour guide, organized but flexible, helpful, gracious but with a funny sense of humor. Lots of interesting info on Japan. Thank you for a wonderful tour. 

April 2014

Ngoc D. (San Jose, CA)

  

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We truly enjoyed our Japan trip. Our tour guide Akira did an amazing job. 

March 2014

John P. (Vail, AZ)

  

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Maiko was an excellent tour guide. Informative, personable, and humorous. Outstanding guide. 

April 2014

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