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7 Day Kyoto & Tokyo Tour

Single package:
$2,220
Twin package:
$1,680
Triple package:
$1,510
  • 7 Day Japan Rail Pass
  • JPY 1,500 Pasmo Card to use on the non JR trains
  • Kyoto Guided Morning Tour
  • Tokyo Guided Morning Tour
  • 3 nights at the Miyako Hotel Kyoto Hachijo - Kyoto
  • 3 nights at the Shinagawa Prince Hotel - Tokyo

Explore Kyoto, the timeless ancient capital with historical temples, shrines, parks and gardens. And then visit the contemporary capital - Tokyo which has so much energy, excitement, delicious restaurants and great shopping. Both cities boast so many captivating highlights that you will leave Japan craving more...


 

Day 03: Kyoto - Nara - Kyoto
Fushimi Inari Shrine

Fushimi Inari Shrine

Deer in Nara Park

Deer in Nara Park

Todaiji Temple, Nara

Todaiji Temple, Nara

Buddha at Todaiji Temple

Buddha at Todaiji Temple

A full day of sightseeing awaits you in Nara. But first, take a trip to visit Kyoto's famous Fushimi Inari Taisha Shrine. Anyone who has seen Memoirs of a Geisha will be familiar with the thousands of red Torii gates which stretch towards Mt Inari.

From Kyoto Station, board the JR Nara Line to JR Inari Station. (5 min) Follow the signs and the walking path leading up to the shrine. It is one of the oldest Shinto Shrines in Kyoto and is famous for its thousand red torii gates which lead up the mountain. The shrine is dedicated to Inari - the Shinto god of rice, commerce and business. Each of the torii gates have been donated by different Japanese businesses.

From JR Inari Station continue on to Nara. (40 min) Here, you can find peace of mind and natural beauty as you uncover the many treasures of Japans former capital (710-784AD).

From JR Nara Station all of the sightseeing is within comfortable walking distance. Walk through the town towards Nara Park. Should the weather be kind you may like to have your lunch in the picturesque Nara Park amongst the many tame deer that roam the area. At the end of the Park is the World Heritage listed cultural asset Todaiji Temple - the worlds largest wooden building, which houses the Giant Buddha that soars 16 metres in height. Return to Nara Station via Nara-machi, an old precinct full of traditional houses, shops and tearooms in calm and pleasant surroundings, giving a good contrast to the great temples and old burial mounds.

Board a JR Nara Line train back to Kyoto Station in the evening.

Stay: Miyako Hotel Kyoto Hachijo - 3/3

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