You need a lifetime to discover Japan. Most of us don’t have that much time to spare. But 10 days can give you an amazing insight into this fascinating country if organized correctly.
During 10 days only you don’t have time to lose. But also you shouldn’t rush from sight to sight. You need just the right amount of time at each please to completely immerse in the complex culture of Japan.
What’s included in the 10-day Japan Itinerary:
Divided by Morning/ Afternoon/ Evening
- 1 ½ day in Osaka, known for its castle, relaxed vibe, friendly people and great street food
- 1 day in Nara, particularly Nara park, the 8th century Japan’s capital boasting stunning temples and cute deers walking around freely
- 2 full days in Kyoto, the former capital of Japan, known for its stunning zen gardens, temples, shrines, geishas, and kaiseki (high) cuisine
- 1 day on Lake Kawaguchi from where you can gaze at the mightly Mt Fuji, the symbol of Japan
- 3 full days in Tokyo, the bustling metropolis that never sleeps. It offers something for everyone.
- Arrival and departure days are included, too.
- All difficult or tricky public transportation listed + alternative taxi costs so that you never get lost
- The best way to get to and from the international airports
- Comprehensive Daily Itinerary divided by Morning/ Afternoon/ Evening so that you get the most of it
- List of restaurants for each area that you’re visiting so that you’ll never be hungry or search for too long
- Bonus days so that you can escape the crowds in the most critical but stunning seasons:
- Kyoto during Fall foliage
- Tokyo during Cherry blossom
- Kamakura day-trip, a beach resort town close to Tokyo, famous for its 13m-high Buda, temples, and cuisine
- Recommendations for tours, experiences and food markets so you can get the best that Japan has to offer
- Answer questions like: “Is the JR pass worth it?” so that you can save money. The answer will help you pay my itinerary more than 8 times.
GET THIS READY TO USE ITINERARY AND STOP THE OVERWHELM FROM ALL THE INFORMATION OUT THERE.
Save time and money on your planning process. Did you know that the average trip takes about 40 hours to plan in detail? That’s a whole workweek.
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A structured way to help you plan your trip to Japan. Use all of it or just parts of it, change the days, cut, copy-paste activities, whatever you want. Or just follow it and enjoy your stay. It’s up to you.
All this for just 25.90$ UDS.