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Whether you dream of seeing Mount Fuji, smelling cherry blossoms in the air, or trying an authentic bowl of ramen in Tokyo, Japan tours are sure to satisfy all your senses.

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If cherry blossoms as far as the eye can see spark your wanderlust, then spring is the ideal time to go on Japan guided tours. Cherry blossom season varies by location, but for Tokyo and Kyoto, the blooms pop up in late March or early April. Cherry trees peak just one week after the blossoms begin to open, so set off on our Cherry Blossoms in Japan: Tokyo to Kyoto tour in March to see the best of the best. Just keep in mind that you may need to contend with higher crowds of people hoping to admire this beautiful springtime sight on tours to Japan.

April and May are also pleasant times to go on escorted tours of Japan. June and July mark the height of Japan's rainy season, but are also the time when Japan gets the fewest visitors. So, if you're not a fan of crowds and don't mind a bit of rain and humidity, the summer season can be an enjoyable time to see the country. It's also around this time that the country's music festivals and beer gardens start to open.

Japan trips departing September through November also have so much to offer. Although the season can come with a little rain, it brings colorful autumnal leaves that can be considered on par with the famous cherry blossoms. Plus, the fall's mild temperatures are ideal for exploring. Just keep in mind that visiting Japan in the fall also means you'll experience a higher amount of visitors.

Our Japan guided tours bring you from the city to the countryside to give you a true sense of this dynamic island. See soaring skyscrapers and unmatched views of Mount Fuji in Tokyo, and step inside shrines built by powerful emperors in Kyoto. In Osaka , learn about one of Japan's most important traditions: the tea ceremony.

Want to get outside on group trips to Japan? There are endless opportunities to enjoy nature. In Nara Park, you'll stroll alongside thousands of sacred deer. Or, admire stunning works of art at the Hakone Open-Air Museum in Hakone, which boats 17 acres of sculptures. If the ocean calls, add the Okinawa extension on our ** Grand Tour of Japan **to relax on white-sand beaches. Beyond these beautiful sites are the Japanese Alps, the Bamboo Grove of Arashiyama, and more.

Out of all our Asia tours , Japan group tour packages are sure to introduce you to some of the continent's most delicious cuisine. Common Japanese meals are based around rice or noodles with fish, meat, and vegetables flavored with soy sauce and miso. Here are some of the can't-miss specialties to seek out on all Japan trips:

  • Sushi, a go-to meal of seasoned rice and raw fish that's popular for locals and visitors alike
  • Ramen, a broth-and-noodle dish that was invented in Japan and can be tasted at countless ramen shops throughout the country
  • Miso soup, an important part of any Japanese meal that's made with miso paste and dashi broth
  • Deep-fried seafood or vegetables called tempura
  • Shabu-shabu , or hot pot, which entails cooking meat and vegetables in a boiling broth right at the table
  • Mochi , a sweet rice dough
  • Sake , Japan's signature alcoholic drink that's been brewed in the country for centuries
  • Matcha , a finely ground powder made from green tea leaves
  • A popular street food called takoyaki , which are fried balls of dough with a small piece of octopus inside

Knowing what to pack is an important step in planning a trip to Japan. Since the temperature can shift depending on where you are, it's always a good idea to pack layers. More modest clothing that covers shoulders and legs is appreciated and often expected in temples and other religious sites. Plus, a small umbrella can come in handy in the event of an unexpected rain shower.

Good news: There's no need to stress about outlets if you're thinking about Japan tour packages! Two-pronged Type A plugs that are used in the U.S. and Canada fit into Japanese outlets. However, packing a universal adapter can be helpful if you have any three-pronged plugs, such as a computer charger.

Comfortable shoes are a must for sightseeing on Japan guided tours, and shoes that are easy to slip on and off come in handy when visiting temples and other sites when you're required to be barefoot.

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Highlights of Japan

A large crowd of people walking through a busy city street lit up with multi-colored neon signs at night

In Japan, there’s something unique around every corner. It could be a centuries-old shrine, it could be a street lit entirely in neon, but it’s probably a vending machine. Immerse yourself in the past and travel into the future as you explore every side of the Land of the Rising Sun.

Picture yourself

Uncovering centuries of tradition at ancient temples and shrines

Slurping ramen and popping sushi on repeat

Wandering the neon streets of Shibuya and Dotonbori

Traveling at 200 mph on the mind-blowing bullet train

Cruising around a lake in the shadow of Mt. Fuji

What you'll get

Round-trip flights & airport transfers (or book 'em yourself)

12 nights in handpicked accommodations 

12 breakfasts 

4 included dinners 

Expert Tour Director 

24/7 support 

2 insider tours with a local guide

Entrance to shrines, temples, and other local attractions

Map for the Highlights of Japan tour

Hop on a plane bound west for Japan—where the lights are bright, the ramen is plentiful, and the shrines are shrining.

Say konnichiwa to Tokyo, home to more people, vending machines, and Michelin-starred restaurants than anywhere else. Settle in, meet your fellow travelers, and get ready to explore.

Today's highlights:

  • Land at the airport and meet an EF representative.
  • Transfer to your accommodations and check in.
  • Meet your Tour Director and get deets on tomorrow’s schedule.

Amidst the neon lights and towering skyscrapers of Tokyo, surprises wait at every corner. You’ll find relics of the ancient city sprinkled throughout, plus a pop culture community that’s off the charts. (Manga much?)

  • Join a local guide for a bus and walking tour of Tokyo.
  • Check out the latest fashion trends as you walk through the Harajuku neighborhood.
  • Keep pure thoughts as you enter the Sensoji Temple and Shrine.
  • Enjoy a Welcome Dinner with fellow travelers at an authentic local spot.

Today, you’re free to explore Tokyo on your own. And if that means eating nothing but noodles while searching for Pokémon souvenirs—so be it.

Free time suggestions

Tokyo Skytree: Head way, way, waaay up to the observation deck of the world’s tallest tower. At 2,080 feet, it’s safe to say this is the best view in Tokyo.

Ghibli Museum: Showcasing the work of one of the GOAT animation studios, there’s no other place that’ll connect you with Japanese pop culture like this.

When you’re in the biggest city in the history of ever, it’s pretty much impossible to get bored. So fuel up on ramen at Ichiran (iykyk) and get exploring.

Say sayonara to Tokyo, we’re off to Hakone. On the way, set your eyes (and your camera) on Mt. Fuji—an active volcano and the tallest peak in Japan.

Note : This overnight is a hotel with ryokan-style accommodations, and the bathroom facilities are private. You may have to share your ryokan-style accommodation rooming experience with 4-5 other people.

  • Ride a cable car for sprawling views of Mt. Fuji.
  • Cruise on Lake Ashi and see its iconic torii gate from the water.
  • Check into your ryokan-style hotel (you’ll sleep on a traditional futon).
  • Pop on a kimono for an included kaiseki ryori dinner.

Japanese hot springs: Hakone is a hotbed for hot springs—aka onsen. Unwind and decompress at your ryokan or a nearby public bathhouse.

If you’re looking for traditional Japan, you’ll find it in Kyoto. See zen temples, geishas, and old-world townscapes as you seemingly time travel from street to street.

  • Hop aboard the bullet train and head to Kyoto at 200 mph.
  • Look out at all of Kyoto from the 1,200+ year-old, hilltop Kiyomizu Temple.
  • Visit Kinkakuji, a Zen Buddhist temple covered in actual gold leaf.

Today you’ll spend the AM strolling through the bright orange torii gates one of Japan’s most picturesque shrines. Then you’ll have the afternoon free to get to know Kyoto on your own.

Nishiki market: Stock up on souvenirs and try all the best bites. This narrow, five-block shopping street has more than 100 shops and restaurants for you to explore.

Kyoto clubbin’: One of the best nightlife cities we’ve found, Kyoto is loaded with bars and clubs, and the party doesn’t stop until the early morning.

It’s almost impossible to run out of things to do in Kyoto. Like, they even have a Starbucks in a traditional Japanese house. It’s even got tatami seating (you sit on the floor).

Arashiyama Bamboo Grove: You’ve seen the pics all over the internet, now yours chance to snap your own on one of the stunning pathways. PS–There are monkeys.

Continue on to Hiroshima and look back at the city’s tragic past while exploring its vibrant, culturally-rich present.

  • Hear the story of the atomic bomb at the Peace Memorial Museum
  • Walk the Itsukshima Shine and see its famous floating torii gate.
  • Explore the food stalls (grilled oysters, pls) and shops of Omotesandō shopping street.
  • Join your group for an okonomiyaki (kinda like hibachi) dinner at a local spot.

You’ve already been to the biggest city in the world, and now it’s time to visit another in the top 10. Today you head to Osaka—one of the liveliest and most dynamic cities on the planet.

  • Stop at the spectacular hilltop Himeji Castle en route to Osaka.
  • Taste Takoyaki, a fried Japanese snack that may or may not involve octopus.
  • Check into your accommodations and get to know your neighborhood.

Today, do whatever suits your mood. Continue to dive into the hustle slash bustle of the Osaka streets, or find zen at a peaceful, Buddhist monastery.

Osaka Aquarium: Here, each tank represents a different region of the Pacific Rim, so you’ll learn about what animals share the water, and where.

Universal Studios Osaka: Enjoy wild rides, live shows, and attractions based on beloved movies and characters (hint hint: Harry Potter).

Tour Nara, Japan's former capital, where you’ll see a massive Buddha statue at Todaiji Temple. Then, visit a monastery for zen meditation and lunch.

It’s your last full day in Japan—make it count. Fill up on sushi, hit up a few vending machines, grab those last souvenirs, and try (we dare you) to keep up with the pace of Osaka.

  • Get adventurous and eat your way through “the kitchen of Japan.”
  • Get lost in the labyrinth of neon-lined streets and alleyways.
  • Share some laughs (and maybe shed a few tears) at an included Farewell Dinner with your group.

Dontonbori: This place is teeming with bars, restaurants, shops, and entertainment. Think neon signs, bright lights, and octo-pops (exactly what it sounds like).

Sayōnara, tomodachi!

Translation: goodbye, friends! Your next destination awaits—home. But this isn’t goodbye. It’s “See you later.” The only question is, where?

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1. Double the fun A lot of our trips line up back to back! Give us a call—we can help you add another and save big while you're at it.

2. Go ahead or stay behind Extending your trip is easy! During checkout, you'll have the option to fly to (or from) the gateway of your choice for an additional fee. We'll adjust your flights accordingly, but you'll be responsible to take care of your transportation, hotels, and other logistics outside of tour.

Note: Depending on your desired gateways, additional fees may apply.

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Japan is Life Changing

Japan surpassed my expectations. Initially I was going to go to Thailand but due to timing, I ended up going to Japan which worked out for the best. I had Kumiko as my Tour Director and she was phenomenal. She did everything possible for us to have a successful and inclusive trip. I was amazed at how nice and clean the Japanese people are. I think out of all... See more

It was a really fun and exciting experience! I would definitely go on another trip with EF.

Highlights of Japan Tour---> AMAZING!!!!!

Kumi San was amazing!!!! Her nurturing spirit definitely made our trip so much more enjoyable. My husband and I had a blast on the highlights of Japan tour. We were able to experience so many new things, as well as learn about Japanese culture. The trip was structured while still allowing time to roam and explore. Our only complaint is that we had to come ho... See more

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