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All Japan Tours offers unlimited possibilities to explore and experience an unforgettable trip to Japan. Whether you’re interested in cherry blossom tours, festival tours, autumn leaves tours or special interest tours, our Japan packages will bring your vacation dreams to reality.
Choose tours based on style, interest, date, or season. Our Japan group tour packages are fully escorted, and we can also arrange special-interest private tours, custom group tours, and other Asia country tours to match your specific needs. | Why All Japan Tours
Whether you're planning for a special occasion, family reunion, company event, luxury trip or an entire Japan holiday package, All Japan Tours can help you plan the perfect Japan experience. No matter your interest, you are always in excellent hands when you travel with All Japan Tours.
Our Japan vacation packages cover all budgets from luxury to adventure and are available with or without international flights for full flexibility. Join an escorted group tour on a pre-designed itinerary, or let us create one for you. We have the firsthand know-how to take you well beyond ordinary travel.
When you consider the cost, hassle, and uncertainty of traveling on your own, you'll discover how an All Japan Tours vacation is like no other. Everything has been arranged in advance, from itinerary to hotel accommodations, so all you have to do is take in the breathtaking scenery. There is no need to worry about getting lost or finding transportation; leave the details to us and start having the time of your life. Book a Japan tour with us and start your unforgettable journey today!
|Tour Package||The Golden Route Japan Tour||The Golden Triangle of Japan||Best of Japan Tour||Japan In Depth with Japanese Alps||Spirit of Japan Tour||Grand Tour of Japan|
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|Departing Months||Feb-Nov 2017||Jan-Dec 2017||Mar-Nov 2017||Mar-Nov 2017||Apr-May 2017||Feb-Nov 2017|
|Features||Visit the must see sites of Tokyo & Kyoto, perfect for first time visitors with limited time||Visit sites that have persevered the history, traditions, and culture of Japan||Perfect for those who want to visit the most popular sites in Japan||Visit the undiscovered regions, as well as the most popular sites in Japan||Travelling to many scenic, spiritual, and historical places in Japan||Perfect for those who want to discover the whole country in one time and see all Japan has to offer|
|Duration||7 days & 8 days||8 days & 9 days||10 days & 12 days||14 days & 15 days||14 days & 15 days||21 days|
|Price||From US$2398.00||From US$2698.00||From US$3498.00||From US$4898.00||From US$5198.00||From US$7298.00|
|Transportation||Private Coach||Private Coach||Private Coach||Private Coach||Private Coach||Private Coach|
AJT group tours are the best way to ensure that you do not miss seeing any of the highlights of Japan. We plan our group tours based on seasonal attractions, with must see sites in every tour. All our Japan group tour itineraries are researched and developed by our professional staff, all of whom have spent years working as a tour guide in Japan.
We offer a range of travel styles covering the whole of Japan, from train travel to luxury tours. We are confident that you will find something that is appealing and fascinating to you from amongst our Group Tours. AJT group tour packages offer something suitable for everyone, no matter what your budget and tastes are.
Hokkaido, Japan has a distinctive change of seasons which only adds to its beauty. Clean and crisp air, heavenly blue sky, vibrant and lively flowers, rolling hills, and the majesty of the mountains are only brief examples; there is so much more to mention that words cannot captivate! In the spring, the blooming flowers are multicolored accompanied with an azure sky and fresh air. In the summer, the sun is radiant and the weather is usually pleasant with low humidity. In the autumn, the scenery is veiled with vivid colors of yellow, red, and orange giving an exquisite view. In the winter, a blanket of white snow covers the ground perfectly, it almost looks delicate. Hokkaido is proud to have its four distinct seasonal differences that include a number of events and acitivities each unique to the season. There is no other place like Hokkaido to enjoy your experience to the fullest.
Tohoku is located up north on one of Japan's main islands, Honshu. Predominantly mountainous, this region offers broad areas of natural surroundings. A renowned haiku poet, Matsuo Basho (1644-1694), wrote about his journey to northern Japan in his famous piece, “The Narrow Road to the Deep North". Although the roads have improved since, Tohoku is still a countryside region where agriculture remains a central source of employment. While the bustling cities differ little from the others in the rest of Japan, the traditional folk culture of Japan remains in the countryside areas, as exhibited by dances and festivals celebrating local shrines or temples. Numerous castles and samurai homes reside in Tohoku, making it an appropriate place to visit and appreciate history. Tohoku is also a suitable backup option when cherry blossom viewing, since the blossoming period takes place a few weeks later than they do in Kyoto or Tokyo.
Populated by over 36 million people, Tokyo is the world's largest city. It is a metropolis that offers a mixture of both futuristic and traditional qualities. Tokyo's extensive size provides unlimited options of things to see and do, from anime towns to vividly colorful buildings to elegant gardens and shrines. Not to mention the infinite choices of entertainment, shopping, lifestyle, and cuisine Tokyo has to offer its vistors. Districts such as Asakusa and an abundant of rich museums allow foreigners to admire the city's history. Located in a forest, the Meiji Shinto Shrine is known for its luxuriousness and towering gate. Surrounded by massive stone walls, the Imperial Palace sits in the center of Tokyo, where it is the residence of the Imperial family. Tokyo is distinguished for its stimulating food scene, as well as the Shibuya and Harajuku districts, the core of trendy teen vogue. Tokyo’s popularity is sure to climb even further as anticipation sets for the countdown of the 2020 Olympics. To truly understand the essence of Tokyo, visit and experience, and then you will comprehend why it is one of the world's most fascinating cities.
Located in the Kanagawa Prefecture, the town of Hakone is mostly a mountainous region a part of the Fuji Hakone Izu National Park. Hakone is a famed holiday resort renowned internationally that includes a variety of popular hot springs. Not only can you can enjoy a stunning view of Mt. Fuji in Hakone, but there are numerous places to visit as well. A few to name are Owakudani (a volcano with active steam vents and hot springs), the Hakone Ropeway (enjoy a scenic journey of remarkable surroundings), Lake Ashi (created in the caldera of Mount Hakone), the silver plains of Sengokuhara, the Hakone Shrine, and many onsen resorts. Hakone also offers various museums to its visitors. This includes the Hakone Museum of Art (beautiful garden and exhibits), the Venetian Glass Museum, the Narukawa Art Museum, and the Hakone Open-Air Museum, which are a few to list among other museums and attractions.
The highest mountain in Japan, Mt. Fuji, is an active volcano (last eruption in 1708) standing at 12,380 feet (3.776 meters). Mt. Fuji is not only famous for its majestic cone shape and impressive aura, but also being the subject for distinguished paintings, photos, and literature. It is recognized as the internationally famous symbol of Japan. Located in Honshu on the border between the Yamanashi and Shizuoka Prefecture, astounding views can be seen from Tokyo and Yokohama on clear days. On the other hand, cloudy days often block visibility of Mount Fuji, so those who get to experience the clear view of the mountain are considered fortunate. The Fuji Subaru Line 5th Station is the halfway point on the climb to Mt. Fuji. It is accessible almost any time of the year and is well developed. It is a popular sightseeing spot for thoroughly admiring the grand and awe-inspiring view of Mt. Fuji and its surroundings.
Located in the Gifu Prefecture, the city of Takayama is in the northern portion of the Hida region. The city is also popularly known as Hida-Takayama to refrain from confusion with other places called Takayama. Among the few other Japanese cities, Takayama has preserved its traditional essence. It is classified as a primary preference among travelers wishing to add a rural destination to their visit to Japan. During the feudal era, the city gained notability for its source of skillful carpenters and high grade lumber. Furthermore on its history, the shogun directly ruled Takayama and, as a result, quietly prospered due to its secluded setting in the mountains. Notably, one of Japan's most beautiful festivals is the Takayama Festival, which is held in the old town during spring and autumn.
Capital of the Ishikawa Prefecture, the city of Kanazawa is known for its art museums, preserved Edo districts, and other historical attractions. Since the construction of the Kanazawa Castle in the late 16th century during the rule of feudal lord Maeda Toshiie, the city has prospered with many cultural achievements. One of the Three Great Gardens of Japan, the Kenroku-en Garden, lies in the center of the city. It is famous for its two meter tall Kotojitoro Lantern, iconic fountain, and yukitsuri ropes to protect the trees from snowfall. Kanazawa also has a Teramachi district, streets filled with 70 temples gathered together, as well as interesting shops with various food places. There are many more historical interests, including museums and shrines, which blend in with the modern surroundings the city has to offer.
Kyoto is famous for its numerous Buddhist temples, Shinto shrines, imperial palaces, and ravishing gardens. The city served as Japan's capital and was the residence of the Imperial family during 794 to 1868. It was during this lengthy period that most of the city's shrines and temples were built; many still remain. There are 17 historical sites inscribed as World Cultural Heritage Sites, including the Nijo Castle and Kiyomizu-dera temple. You may come across maiko and geisha in Gion, visit the Iwatayama Monkey Park and feed the macaques, and enjoy an extensive spectrum of Japanese cuisine in traditional wooden building restaurants all in Kyoto. Experience three of Kyoto's world-famous festivals, including the Aoi-matsuri Festival in early summer, the Gion-matsuri Festival mid-summer, and the Jidai-matsuri Festival in fall.
Located less than one hour away from Kyoto and Osaka, the city of Nara is one of Japan's most rewarding destinations. Nara is Japan's first permanent capital, and is second to Kyoto as a cultural legacy with eight Unesco World Heritage Sites. Under the rule of the Imperial family and aristocrats, many temples and shrines were built here, as well as the development of temple towns. This includes the well-known Todaiji Temple, home of the famous Daibutsu, the world's largest Buddha statue made of copper and gold. Other renowned temples include the Toshodaiji Temple, founded by Chinese Buddhist master Ganjin, and the Nigatsu-do Temple, where you can enjoy a peaceful view of the ancient town Nara.
Hiroshima is located in the Chugoku Region, a major city that is home to over a million residents. After the first atomic bomb dropped, there were predictions that the city would be uninhabitable. However, great endeavors were taken to rebuild Hiroshima and the speculations were proved wrong. Here you can visit the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum, a must-see exhibition and eye opening experience. You will also find the Hiroshima Atomic Bomb Dome (Genbaku Dome), which has been designated a World Cultural Heritage Site. It is a landmark of world history reminding the importance of world peace. Located in the center of the city is the Peace Memorial Park, another must for travelers. Itsukushima-jinja, also inscribed as a World Cultural Heritage Site, is a Shinto shrine located on Miyajima Island. It is famous for its "floating" torii gate and is said to be one of the three most beautiful sights in Japan.
Shikoku is the smallest of Japan's four main islands. It is home to the Shikoku pilgrimage route, which includes 88 temples and other sacred sites. Shikoku offers many historic and impressive locations, breathtaking spots in nature, and traditional festivals. The Dogo Onsen is claimed to be Japan's oldest hot spring, which is in the city of Matsuyama. The Naruto Whirlpools in Tokushima are one of the world's three fastest currents. The famous Ritsuri Garden is a well known, traditional strolling garden that has scenic sights to enjoy during every season. Konpiragu is a popular and beautifully preserved shrine that rewards you with a marvelous view after reaching the top of the stairway. In the summer, the Awa Odori, Japan's largest dance festival, attracts more than 1.3 million people annually. Visit Shikoku and be captivated by the numerous attractions, traditions, and values.
Kyushu is known for its natural hot springs and active volcanoes. The island is surrounded by the Pacific Ocean, the Japan Sea, and the East China Sea. Kyushu has many prefectures that offer an abundance of points of interest, such as the Okinawa Churaumi Aquarium, where you can watch whale sharks and various fish. One of Japan's most attractive hot spring towns, Kurokawa Onsen, is located in the middle of Kyushu. Huis Ten Bosch is a scenic theme park, a recreation of a 17th century Dutch village that offers entertainment for all ages. Kyushu also has the largest and most active volcano, Mount Aso, but you should check the volcano's current state before visiting. Kyushu is a magnificent island with many attractions, a picturesque destination for a memorable vacation.
A private journey is the perfect solution if you can't find a published departure date that you and your companion(s) agree on. Our private journeys allow you to customize the perfect itinerary for you and your companion(s). Our team will do our best to fulfill every detail and request to design your perfect tour.
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492m wide and 186m high, Kurobe Dam is one of the biggest & highest dam in Japan. Kurobe Lake made by this dam is beautifully colored in emerald green……
Cherry blossoms in Japan have been a major attraction for tourists. The most common question people ask is “when is the cherry blossom season?” It is an easy yet difficult answer because it depends on the area we are talking about.
Autumn leaves in Japan are almost as popular as the cherry blossom season. Kōyō is the Japanese word for autumn leaves. Kōyō and momiji (maple leaves) use the same kanji and has been that way since the Heian Period.