Japan Kanto- 6 Days

2018

Land Only from US $1499-$1599

Tokyo, Lake Kawaguchiko, Fuji-Hakone National Park, Kamakura, Asakusa

Departs January-December

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THE SUPER VALUE TOURS DIFFERENCE 

A BETTER WAY TO TOUR: To us, 'value' means making a better way to tour. We love to surprise our guests with unique experiences, top-notch service, hidden local delights, & memories of a lifetime. Our tours are designed to balance sightseeing & free time while avoiding crowds and tourist traps. 

HIGHLIGHTS OF KANTO (TOKYO, KAMAKURA, & FUJI-HAKONE IZU NATIONAL PARK):

  • Rickshaw through the ancient historical town of Kamakura

  • Overnight Hot Spring Hotel in Fuji Five Lakes

    • Mt. Fuji is usually shy, but our specially-arranged itinerary of the Kawaguchi area gives us ample time and more opportunity to get a good view of this majestic UNESCO landmark while escaping the crowds.

    • Iyashi no Sato Village. See Mt. Fuji against a beautiful backdrop of traditional thatched roof houses. Dress in a simple Kimono or Samurai Armor for a fun and unique photo op!

    • Visit the Kubota collection, a 3-star Michelin art museum, highly rated for its unique painted kimono on display.

  • 3 nights in Tokyo: a more relaxed pace to take in the sights, cuisine, & culture of this world-class city.

    • Sail the Sumida River on a water bus and experience local waterfront scenery.

    • Explore Tokyo’s most vibrant neighborhoods: Shibuya, Asakusa, Harajuku, Ginza and the Imperial Palace East Garden.

SPECIAL SEASONAL HIGHLIGHTS 

  3/30-4/8 cherry blossom viewing in Chidori Ga Fuchi, Meguro River, or Ueno Park 
4/15-4/20 enjoy the Lake Kawaguchi Cherry Tree Festival
4/20-5/15 we visit “Mt. Fuji Shiba-Sakura (moss blossom) Festival” instead of Imperial Palace East Garden


LUXURY ACCOMMODATIONS

  • Mt. Fuji: Fuji View Hot Spring Spa Hotel
    • Soak in traditional indoor or open air hot springs
    • Dress in Yukata robes during our Kaiseki banquet and karaoke
    • Rooms available: Standard or upgrade to Fuji View (+$100, limited availability, inquire for details)
  • Tokyo: Imperial Hotel Tokyo- 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 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 (where available).
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Itinerary
Day1

 Depart North America for Tokyo, Japan

  • Depart from your home airport, have a great flight!
Day2

Arrive in Narita (NRT) or Haneda (HND), 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 via limousine bus. Airport pickup is available for flights arriving Narita (NRT) from 12:30P-6:00P or Haneda (HND) from 11:00A-7:30P.
    • We're sorry - airport pickup is not included for guests arriving in NRT Terminal 3. Please take the airport limousine bus directly to our hotel. Our group will meet in the hotel for dinner.
    • Terminal 3 details available on the Narita Airport website.
  • If you arrive early, take the rest of the day to rest up. Or, if you’re up for it, take advantage of our centrally-located hotel and explore the local area on foot. For guests arriving after 6pm, we will refund 2,000 JPY per person for dinner.
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DinnerLocal specialties HotelImperial Hotel Tokyo (Ginza District) or Keio Plaza hotel (Shinjuku District)

Day3

Tokyo  Lake Kawaguchi Hot Spring Hotel【3 meals】

  • Imperial Palace: Stroll through the East Garden; one of the best ways to enjoy the beautiful palace grounds by avoiding the crowds.
  • Get acquainted with Tokyo with an introductory tour of this vibrant city!
  • Take a walking tour of Shibuya, Harajuku, and nearby Omotesando: Some of Tokyo's most vibrant neighborhoods
  • Itchiku Kubota Museum: A small yet profound museum, this site summarizes Japanese elegance perfectly. The "Symphony of Light" kimono display is not to be missed, but even the building and gardens are attractions themselves. Enjoy a refreshing afternoon tea in the beautiful setting.
  • Finish the day with a true cultural experience in our hot spring hotel with panoramic views of Mt. Fuji on the observatory deck. Dress in Yukata robes and enjoy a traditional Kaiseki dinner and karaoke. 
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BreakfastWestern & Japanese Buffet LunchHoto Noodles (Fuji Five Lakes area specialty) DinnerKaiseki Banquet and Karaoke! HotelFuji View Hot Spring Spa Hotel OR Equivalent

Day4

Hot Spring Hotel  Lake Saiko  Kamakura  Tokyo 【3 meals】

  • Free time: Take the morning to relax and stroll through the hotel's extensive garden. In spring time, more than 300 cherry trees bloom! It is also recommended to wake early and watch the sunrise from the Fuji View hotel lounge. 
  • Iyashi no Sato Healing Village:
    • Escape the crowds for intimate views of Mt. Fuji.
    • Explore the local farmtown atmosphere of the Healing Village set against a beautiful backdrop of traditional thatched roof houses.
    • Try on a kimono or samurai armor for a fun and unique photo op!
  • Kamakura: Discover Kamakura's treasures as you rickshaw through Japan's first shogunate capital.
  • Take in a beautiful evening view of the Tokyo cityscape from Tokyo Tower.
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BreakfastWestern & Japanese Buffet LunchLocal Specialties DinnerAll-You-Can-Eat Japanese Shabu Shabu HotelImperial Hotel Tokyo (Ginza District) or Keio Plaza Hotel (Shinjuku District)

Day5

Tokyo 【2 meals】

  • Sightseeing bus tour of: Old Tokyo - Ningyocho, Akihabara, Ueno, and Ryogoku.
  • Tokyo Mizube Line: Cruise down Sumida River on a water bus. Along the way, take in a spectacular view of the Tokyo skyline.
  • 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.
  • See Tokyo like a local! Explore the exciting city on your own. Plan your own route or take one of several suggested courses for you to enjoy as a guideline. Whether your interest is in relaxation, culture, dining, or shopping, the city has a boundless array of fun and different things for everyone.
  • Dinner is not included tonight so you may take advantage of unlimited dining options in the area.
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BreakfastWestern & Japanese Buffet LunchKamameshi (Rice Pot) or Sashimi Set at a Century-Old Restaurant DinnerNot Included-Explore Tokyo with Our Helpful Maps and Suggestions HotelImperial Hotel Tokyo (Ginza District) or Keio Plaza Hotel (Shinjuku District)

Day6

Narita (NRT)  Next Destination  【Breakfast】

  • "Sayonara!" or "Goodbye!" Based on your departure time, our tour guide will direct you to take the airport shuttle bus.

 *Airport send off available from 12:30pm-8:30pm.

BreakfastWestern and Japanese Buffet

Health & Safety 

  • This tour involves standing and walking for up to 1 hour at a time over inclined or uneven streets.
  • Guests in wheelchairs may be accommodated, but please understand some historic sites in Japan are not wheelchair accessible.
  • In traditional ryokan hotels, we will overnight in tatami rooms and sleep on futons on the floor.

Upgrades

  • You have the choice of upgrading our stay in the Fuji View hotel for a room facing Mt. Fuji for $100USD per room. Availability is limited, so please let us know at the time of booking if you would like to upgrade.
  • In the spirit of "Travel Happy" we do not believe in hidden fees - no options are sold on tour.

Dietary Restrictions

  • It's important everyone has a great dining experience while traveling with us! If you have a special meal restriction (i.e. no sashimi, no lamb, etc), please let us know. We will do our best to oblige, but we regret some dietary preferences may not be available due to cultural differences.

Luggage Handling

  • Porterage service included in all hotels where available (most ryokan hotels do not offer porterage).
Lake Saiko

Fujigoko (Fuji Five Lakes) refers to the five lakes around the northern foot of Mt. Fuji: Yamanaka-ko, Kawaguchi-ko, Sai-ko, Shoji-ko, and Motosu-ko. In ancient times, lava flow from volcanic eruption of Mt. Fuji spread across the area, damming up rivers and resulting in the formation of these lakes.

Of the Five Lakes, Saiko Lake is the most quiet and remains the most unspoiled and is considered one of the best areas to observe Mt. Fuji.

Iyashi no Sato Healing Village

Once a small farming village, Iyashi no Sato Healing Village was destroyed by natural disaster in 1966. Reconstructed with techniques to preserve the original atmosphere, the village now stands as a living exhibition of edo period Japan.

Today, more than twenty thatch-roofed houses have been converted into art gallerys, mini museums, and handicraft shops and give visitors a chance to have a fun way of experiencing traditional artforms. You can even try on a kimono or samurai armor for a fun and unique photo op!

Itchiku Kubota Museum

Itchiku Kubota Museum is a small gallery dedicated to the intricate works of the textile artist of the same name. At an early age, Kubota was deeply inspired by the ancient tsujigahana (1300-1600AD) style of textile decoration and made it his life's mission to recreate this lost artform. 

The "Symphony of Light" kimono display is not to be missed, but even the building and gardens are attractions themselves. Enjoying a refreshing afternoon tea in the beautiful setting is a great way to rejuvenate your mind and body.

Itchiku Kubota Museum has been honored with a 3-star Michelin award 

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

Fuji View Hot Spring Spa Hotel

Founded in 1936, this traditional Japanese inn is in a class of its own. The hotel offers unrestricted views of Mt. Fuji and boasts a vast garden area with over 300 cherry blossom trees. The hot spring waters can be enjoyed in both indoor and open air settings.

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. 

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

    The name of this dish translates to 'kettle rice'. The dish consists of rice directly cooked in a kettle, served alongside a garnish of fish, meat, and vegetables. The ingredients cook at the same time as the rice, thus infusing their flavor into the rice itself.

  • Shabu Shabu

    Shabu Shabu is thinly sliced beef cooked quickly in pot of boiling water along with vegetables, served with a variety of dipping sauces. The onomatopoeic name comes from the sizzling sound of dipping beef twice into the hot water: "shabu shabu~"

  • Sashimi Set

    Sashimi is a traditional Japanese method for preparing and serving fresh fish. Sliced into bite-sized pieces and served raw, sashimi is the best way to experience Japan’s bounty of incredible fresh seafood

  • Kaiseki Banquet

    Traditionally only served to royalty, a Kaiseki banquet is a multi course dinner of many small plates. The banquet is considered an art form that balances the taste, texture, appearance, and colors of food.

Pamela O. (Long Beach, CA)( SN4322CE )

Junko was an excellent guide going out of her way to take us to the Robot Restaurant even when it was after her tour was over, taking away from her personal time. 

March 2014

Kristie G. (Foster City, CA)( SN4322CE )

The pace of the tour was perfect. I liked how the tour guide was flexible and even took us to a knife shop that wasn’t on the itinerary. Not too much in 1 day but felt that the tour was very efficient. The transportation was great! (Liked the bullet train experience, buses were always clean!). The accommodations were the best!! First class all the way! We were refunded for some of our meals which was great! This gave us the flexibility to explore food that we didn’t enjoy on the tour! Will definitely want to recommend this tour to our friends and family. Would love to go to Northern Japan for my next trip! I’ve taken many tours and this is by far the best!! Thank you for the great experience—tour guide was fantastic as well (Junko). 

March 2014

Donna I. (Yorba Linda, CA)( SN4408CE )

This tour totally exceeded my expectations. I loved Michiko and especially Hiro were excellent tour guides! 

April 2014

 

Ken I. (Yorba Linda, CA)( SN4408CE )

Thoroughly enjoyed Hiro Oka. He was very knowledgeable and had a great personality! He even made a special stop for me when I told him I couldn’t find a raccoon doll!!! 

April 2014

Jane S. (Torrance, Ca)( SN2A14CE )

Maiko Ikeda was the best guide I ever had on my many trips to Japan and in the world. 

October 2012

Trisha O. (Torrance, CA)( SN2A19CE )

This tour exceeded my expectations! Will definitely recommend to others, thank you!

October 2012

Binh N. (West Chester, OH)( SN3323CE )

Akira is an excellent tour guide. He is a great part of the tour’s quality. 

March 2013

Sue S. (Irvine, CA)( SN3323CE )

Akira Oka is excellent and wonderful guide! Very polite! I was very satisfied and impress with this tour and would definitely use your service again. 

March 2013

Nicholas D. (Boynton Beach, FL)( SN3323CE )

Akira is A+++++ tour guide—knowledgeable—attentive-patient-fun-very nice. 

March 2013

Marina D. (Lake Balboa, CA)( SN3323CE )

The guide made everything excellent, thanks to Akira’s effort, we enjoyed the tour every much! 

March 2013

G. C. (Beckenham, London)( SN3323CE )

Excellent tour. Akira and all drivers are very very good. 

March 2013

Ada W. (Arcadia, CA)( SN3331CE )

Akira-san is terrific! Very smart, knowledgeable, and helpful! Good time to see Cherry Blossoms!

March 2013

Rod E. (Santa Clara, CA)( SN3331CE )

Akira Oka is the super best tour guide ever!

March 2013

Linda F. (Brighton, MA)( SN3331CE )

Akira was always very prompt and helpful. He managed the large group on his own very well! The area maps were excellent and very helpful! 

March 2013

Lawrence F. (New York, NY)( SN3331CE )

Akira was best tour guide I have ever had!

March 2013

Dan M. (So. Lake Tahoe, CA)( SN3402CE )

Maiko was the best tour guide ever! And we have traveled a lot!

April 2013 

Diana G. (Los Altos, CA)( SN3406CE )

The whole tour was very well organized and stress free, which I really appreciate! I definitely felt like I experienced Japan in the best possible way.

April 2013

Frank L. (Irving, TX)( SN3406CE )

Akira was an EXCELLENT host and guide—the best we had. He was very hard working and pleasant guide. Very attentive to our needs and made sure we had a good experience. Maiko was also an EXCELLENT guide. She was very knowledgeable and shared many great stories of Japan and its culture. We really enjoyed her!

April 2013

Karen G. (White House, TN)( SN3413CE )

Junko is fabulous! Really went out of her way to make sure we were comfortable, enjoyed ourselves, and saw what we wanted to see. I will be recommending this tour to friends! 

April 2013

Brian K. (San Jose, CA)( SN3413CE )

Junko is the best tour guide of all of the ones I have experienced. She showed incredible knowledge and patience in guiding our group of 20 through the excellent program that was established for the tour. 

April 2013

George S. (Houston, TX)( SN3511CE )

Excellent tour and good value. Very high quality hotels. Although I enjoyed some meals more than others, I appreciated the variety and that they were not selected to minimize cost. 

May 2013

Gladys A. (Alameda, CA)( SN3525CE )

Best tour experience ever. Everything was well researched. Attention to every detail was appreciated. Mayumi provided group spirit and unity. Thoroughly enjoyed her sense of humor.

May 2013

Simon C. (Flushing, NY)( SN3606CE )

Akira Oka: One of the best guides we’ve had traveling around the world. 

June 2013

Stephen B. (Bellingham, WA)( SN3606CE )

Akira was excellent! He went out of his way to help me deal with two personal business matters. 

June 2013

Melanie C. (Montebello, CA)( SN3629CE )

Best tour guide I ever had. Learned a lot and had a lot of fun.

June 2013

Long N. (San Jose, CA)( SN3629CE )

Akira-san and May-san made my tour very enjoyable. Super Value Tours felt like I was actually getting the super Value treatment. 

June 2013

David C. (Malden, MA)( SN3A26CE )

May was outstanding. She made our trip so memorable. I cannot say enough amazing things about May. Our group was great, hotels were luxurious, and restaurants were excellent. 

October 2013 

Susan C. (Malden, MA)( SN3A26CE )

May was amazing. Punctual, funny, meticulous. Clearly cares so much about her groups and goes well beyond what is expected of her to make sure we got the most out of our trip. Can’t say enough good things about her!

October 2013

Jeff G. (San Francisco, CA)( SN3B09CE )

Best tour ever--we are impressed and delighted. Bravo SuperValue! Our guide, Junko, was fabulous!

November 2013

Barbara B. (Novato, CA)( SN3B09CE )

Fabulous tour; excellent value; tour guide was exceptional and made intro to Japan most memorable and fun! 

November 2013 

Drew G. (San Francisco, CA)( SN3B09CE )

Amazing trip! Though it was a great value, perfectly paced, and gave me a great sense of historical and present day Japan. 

November 2013 

Tim B. (San Francisco, CA)( SN3B09CE )

This was the best vacation I’ve ever been on. Junko is an amazing and caring tour guide, she great! 

November 2013

Janice Y. (Fountain Valley, CA)( SN3B09CB )

Great trip. Excellent tour guide-so informative, punctual, pleasant, energetic, and great disposition. We learned so much and experienced so much in such a short time. 

November 2013 

Kenneth S. (Cerritos, CA)( SN3B09CB )

Overall times spent were just right. Maiko Ikeda was excellent--I would recommend her as a guide of choice. Buses and drivers were excellent. The trip was very well planned and executed. 

November 2013

Diane I. (Orange, CA)( SN3B09CB )

Very organized and well thought out tour. Will definitely recommend to others. 

November 2013

Gale N. (La Palma, CA)( SN3B09CB )

Enjoyed our first trip to Japan. Maiko, our tour guide made it so much more enjoyable. She is very knowledgeable. 

November 2013

Joyce M. (Woodland Hills, CA)( SN3B09CB )

Our tour guide (Maiko) was excellent. She was very informative, patient, personable, caring, and professional. If all the guides are like her, I would highly recommend the tour.  

November 2013

Stefanie T. (La Palma, CA)( SN3B09CB )

Maiko was an excellent tour guide!! She was very knowledge on the areas we visited. She was very entertaining and made the trip fun!! If I ever return to Japan I hope to have her as my tour guide again. I would have enjoyed more shopping time in Tokyo or stop in Harajuka. 

November 2013 

Lynne S. (Huntington Beach, CA)( SN3B09CE )

Hooray for J! She is a treasure. Overall good balance of tour action and limited free time. We are spending time after the tour on our own so we will have time to shop etc.

November 2013

Monica U. (Duluth, GA) ( SN3B16CE )

Tour guide (Akira Oka) was overall excellent; knowledgeable, friendly, helpful, great sense of humor, and patient. Would like to have him again next time.

November 2013

Randy W. (West Lafeyette, IN)( SN3B16CE )

Akira Oka IS THE BEST! Nicest, most sincere man I have ever met. 

November 2013

Malinda A. (Seaside, OK)( SN3C17CE )

Loved J--She was great--went above and beyond expectations of a tour guide!

December 2013 

Andy F. (Fullerton, CA)( SN3406CE )

Both Maiko and Akira were excellent tour guides. They were very helpful and took care of problems right away. Almost all of the sites we visited were excellent. All of the accommodations were FIRST CLASS! I personally enjoyed the hot spring hotels. Truly a SUPER VALUE.

April 2013 

Diane L. (Irving, TX)( SN3406CE )

We LOVED Akira and Maiko! GREAT tour guides. Tour was very organized. We will strongly recommend this tour to others and look forward to others with you! 

April 2013

Nancy F. (Foster City, CA)( SN3706CE )

This is the BEST guided tour we have taken. We can tell that a lot of consideration was put into the hotel, restaurant, and site choices. Above all, this trip was amazing because Junko was such a great guide! We would travel with Junko again and recommend her to others!

July 2013

Patricia N (Long Beach, CA)( SN4322CE )

I have allergies to all shellfish and buckwheat (soba) so Junko went above and beyond to make sure my meals were just as good as everyone else. She was excellent. Wonderful experience!! Perfect accommodations! 

March 2014

 

Jane D. (Montebello, CA)( SN4325CE )

Akira oka was so helpful in helping me find certain things that I wanted to buy. He was funny and his English is excellent. He was very knowledgeable in all of the places we visited. Everybody in Japan are so nice & polite! 

March 2014

Katie T. (Houston, TX)( SN4325CE )

Best tour we’ve ever taken. Thank you so  so much :) Definitely do it again & recommend it to others. 

March 2014

Richard C. (Hacienda Heights, CA)( SN4325CE )

Akira Oka is an excellent tour guide and was on top of all my needs immediately. 

March 2014

Linda T. (Calgory, AB)( SN4325CE )

Akira Oka was an excellent tour guide and made our trip very enjoyable. 

March 2014

Hieu H. (Yorba Linda, CA)( SN4329CE )

Nara Park with deer is my highlight of the trip. What a great experience of petting the deer. Overall, this tour is excellent. 

March 2014

Maryam S. (Clovis, CA)( SN4329CE )

Thank you for the great tour you provided me. This trip was one of my most enjoyed trips. I like to suggest changing the tour name :) to “Great Tour”!

March 2014

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