You will not be jaded when you jet off to Japan on Private Tour! Japan may seem expensive, and it is, however, this ultimate holiday destination is definitely a bucket list trip. Japan is one of the friendliest countries for tourism on the planet, and the Japanese people are humble, homely and unashamedly honest. Their connection with history and culture is unashamedly honest and true.
Japan appears very modern, but as you travel through the many towns and villages, on a guided private tour, you will discover all the hidden gems and cultural highlights it has to offer. This beautiful country possesses stunning historic temples and shrines, but the food is ultimately decadent and very delicious.
Book a guided sightseeing tour of a Kyoto and watch the beautiful Geisha shows. The beautiful Geisha are happy to host you in a traditional Tea dance its a must see tour. Japan has a magic power that will make you want to stay a little longer. Read More...
Book a guided sightseeing tour of a Kyoto and watch the beautiful Geisha shows. Geiko is a fully trained Geisha, and Maiko is a geisha still in training.
Starting their training at age 15, these ladies prepare for up to 5 years to tune their craft. Meeting one of Kyoto’s geisha is a magical and memorable experience but very expensive so book your custom tour before travelling to Japan. There is thought to be approximately 100 Geiko and 100 Maiko living and training in Kyoto and can be seen running errands around town.
Top Things to See and Do in Japan
Geisha Performers and Shows
Geiko is a fully trained geisha, and Maiko is a geisha still in training. Their training starts at age 15 for up to 5 years. Meeting one of Kyoto’s geisha is a magical and memorable experience but very expensive so book you custom tour before travelling to Japan. There is thought to be approximately 100 Geiko and 100 Maiko living and training in Kyoto and can in the many shows in traditional tea houses across Kyoto.
Mount Fuji stands tall at 11,500 ft and is positioned very close to the major city of Tokyo. At that height, the peak is usually covered in fog and sometimes even cloud, but it is still possible to climb on a guided private tour. The dawn climb is worth the effort as you will see the sun rise over Tokyo and can admire the spectacular skyline.
Visit the Tokyo Imperial Palace on a private tour and see the breathtaking grounds of the Tokugawa Shoguns residential palace. Now home to Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko this stunning palace is a must see on your sightseeing holiday. While you can walk around some areas, there are access restrictions to the palace and some parts of the grounds. If your timing is right, see the changing of the guard WOW!
Book a guided private tour of Kyoto and visit the stunning temples and the famous Japanese Gardens. One of leading attractions in Japan Kyoto the Japanese Gardens is breathtaking. Retaining many of the conventional traditions and ways of life Kyoto is like stepping back in time. While there take a sightseeing tour of the bamboo wood, it is just like the movies totally awesome.
Sumo Wrestling Match
Visit Kokugikan the home to sumo wrestling in Japan on private tour. Many of the key tournaments are held here and are usually well booked out in advance so be sure to arrange your tickets when booking your holiday. See the pomp and ceramony prior to each battle it is simply amazing. The wrestlers are superstars in Japan and it is an honour to be associated with any of them.
Hiroshima escorted tour will show you how the locals of the city are the warmest and most compassionate people in Japan. Mainly knows for the 1945 bombing this great city rebuilt itself no only the buildings and palace but its culture and legacy. When you visit Hiroshima see the memorial, lovely gardens and beautiful palace. This city's guided tour is very informative and fun.
One of the truly most beautiful temples in Tokyo. Legend features it that during the year 628, a couple of brothers fished a symbol of Kannon (the goddess of mercy) from the Sumida Waterway, and even despite the fact that they placed the statue back in the river, it constantly floated back to them. Sensoji was constructed in that area for them. The Temple is Tokyo’s most ancient from around 645 BC and one of the most beautiful.
Sento baths are ancient Japanese traditional bathing houses. These were initially designed for people who did not have bathing amenities in their own homes. They are now cared for and treated as traditional and cultural excursion for locals and tourists. The bath houses are separated by gender. The Japanese people are not shy and are comfortable in their own skin while walking around the baths.
On a guided private tour of Edo-Tokyo, Museum get ready for a unique experience. On entry to the museum, you will cross over a replica of the Nihonbashi Bridge, and the journey begins. See the scale models of the of the stunning Edo period buildings and shrines. The museum is dedicated to representing the Japanese Edo pre-war cultural and historical buildings of Tokyo. Its a wonderful and informative, fun museum visit.
Ueno Zoo is the most treasured and oldest Zoo in Japan. Established in the late eighteen hundreds this Zoo is now home so some of the rarest animals in the world. With sixty-three main sections, you can see the Tigers forest, children's zoo, animals of Africa, gorilla enclosure and birdhouse. The main attractions are the polar bears, gorillas, elephants and giraffes. Spend a great day on the many guided tours available and have fun!