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21 Day Grand Tour of Japan - Start from Tokyo



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Arrive in Tokyo
Single package: $5,180.00pp~
Twin package: $4,300.00pp~
Triple package: $3,890.00pp~



Package includes:

- Airport to Hotel Limousine Bus Transfer

- 21 Day Japan Rail Pass Ordinary

- JPY 1,500 Pasmo Cards for use on the Tokyo Metro trains

- Tokyo Morning Tour

- Nikko World Heritage Tour

- Kyoto 'Sunrise' Morning Guided Tour

- 5 nights at the Shinagawa Prince Hotel - Tokyo

- 2 nights at the Palace Hotel - Hakone inc b/fast

- 2 nights at the Hida Hotel Plaza - Takayama inc b/fast

- 2 nights at the Kanazawa Miyako Hotel - Kanazawa

- 3 nights at the New Miyako Hotel - Kyoto

- 2 nights at the ANA Hotel Okayama - Okayama

- 2 nights at the Hotel Granvia Hiroshima - Hiroshima

- 2 nights at the Hotel New Hankyu - Osaka




Day 1

Day 1: Arrive in Tokyo / Narita International Airport

Tokyo
Upon arrival at Narita International Airport clear customs with your luggage and make your way to the Arrivals Lobby.

Use the Narita Airport Limousine Bus coupon to travel from the airport to your accommodation. Present your coupon at the Limousine Bus Counter and from the designated bus stop travel to the Shinagawa Prince Hotel. (90 min).

Your accommodation at the Shinagawa Prince Hotel is a two minute walk accross the road from the west exit of JR Shinagawa Station. Shinagawa is the ideal place to stay for its convenient access to wide range of restaurants and shops. Shinagawa Staton is a major stop on the Yamanote Line loop system which circumnavigates Tokyo.

At some time during your stay validate your 21 Day Japan Rail Pass at the Japan Rail Travel Service Centre within JR Shinagawa Station (open 5:45am-22:55pm).

Stay: Shinagawa Prince Hotel - 1/3


Day 2

Day 2: Tokyo

Meiji Shrine
This morning you will be collected from the Shinagawa Prince Hotel at 07:50am for your Tokyo Morning Tour operated by Japan Holiday Tours. Your tour will disband in the Ginza shopping district at approximately 1:00pm. You will be guided by an English-speaking Japanese local and transported by coach to the following sites:

Tokyo Tower - Enjoy a panoramic view of the famous Tokyo skyline from the main observation platform;

Meiji Shrine - The finest example of Japanese shrine architecture nestled in a peaceful, picturesque park containing over 120,000 trees;

Imperial Palace East Garden - Enjoy a pleasant walk in the East Garden of the Imperial Palace, of historical interest and scenic beauty. (Mon. & Fri. Visit Imperial Palace Plaza, Double Bridge, instead of East Garden) Visit the inner moat, 15-feet thick walls and gnarled pine trees surrounding the 250-acre fortress, home of the Emperor and Empress);

The tour disbands in the Ginza shopping district. Take time to explore the Ginza's famous upmarket shopping, numerous department stores and wide range of boutiques, galleries and dining. The basement of any Japanese department store is home to an incredible food court where foods are expertly prepared and presented for sale.

Stay: Shinagawa Prince Hotel - 2/3


Day 3

Day 3: Tokyo / Nikko World Heritage Tour

NIkko
This morning you will join the Nikko World Heritage Tour which is operated by Sunrise Tours.

This 1 day guided tour takes you to some of Nikko's most popular sightseeing spots including the World Heritage registered Toshogu Shrine and the beautiful Kirifuri Falls.

You will be collected from the hotel lobby at 08:05 am (returning approx 7:30pm).

Visit the:

Nikko Toshogu Shrine - Marvel at the ornate architecture of this famous World Heritage site. Tour includes viewing of Yomei Gate and the Main Hall.

Lunch - Enjoy a Japanese-style lunch at a local restaurant.

Tamozawa Imperial Villa - This fascinating villa, which is also a National Cultural Treasure, features architecture that spans three different periods -- Edo, Meiji, and Taisho -- as well as a beautiful garden.

*On Tuesdays, the Tamozawa Imperial Villa is closed, so your tour will include a visit to Rinnoji Temple's Treasure Hall, which houses over 1,200 years of Nikko history, and a peaceful Japanese garden.

Kirifuri Falls - Beautiful Kirifuri Falls is one of Nikko's three famous waterfalls.

The tour will return to Tokyo by motorcoach and disband in Shinjuku or the Ginza district.

Your guide will advise how to return to your hotel

Stay: Shinagawa Prince Hotel - 3/3


Day 4

Day 4: Tokyo - Hakone / Mt Fuji

Mt Fuji
Check out of the Shinagawa Prince Hotel and board a Kodama bullet train from JR Shinagawa Station to Odawara Station (35 min).

At Odawara Station, purchase a 3 Day Hakone Free Pass which entitles the holder to 3 days of unlimited travel on a variety of local transport including the unique mountain railway, bus, cable car, ropeway and cruise boat. Use your pass to also gain discounted entry at the regions many hot springs, museums, galleries, gardens, temples and shrines.

From Odawara Station board the Hakone Tozan Bus for Togendai (via Hakone-Yumoto) and get off at Palace Hotel Hakone Mae (50 min). Your hotel has a volcanic outdoor onsen (hot spring) one of the region's thirteen volcanic spas which is a perfect way to relax after a busy travel schedule.

Located between Mount Fuji and lzu Peninsula, encircled by forested mountains and deep ravines, extraordinary views (weather permitting) from Hakone of Mount Fuji and the Japan Alps make this a magnificent scene to remember.

Spend the remainder of the day exploring the many sights of this spectacular resort town.

Stay: Palace Hotel Hakone - 1/2


Day 5

Day 5: Hakone / Mt. Fuji

Lake Ashi, Hakone
Using your Hakone Free Pass and the provided tourist maps & brochures, explore the many sites of the Hakone region which includes:

Lake Ashi: The 400,000 year-old volcanic crater lake that never freezes! Lake Ashi is a popular place for fishing, boating and water sports. Use your "Hakone Pass" to cruise the lake by pirate ship. On a clear day you will be able to take pleasure in Mt. Fuji's inverted reflection in Lake Ashi.

Owakudani (Greater Boiling Valley): Accessible by ropeway this entire gorge reeks of sulphurous fumes, spewing clouds of steam from crevasses among bubbling hot springs.

Ancient Cedar Avenue: Enjoy a leisurely stroll along this superb 2km flora-lined winding passage; once the pathway to Edo (Tokyo).

Stay: Palace Hotel Hakone - 2/2


Day 6

Day 6: Hakone - Hida Takayama

Hida Takayama
We recommend the following buses and trains:

After breakfast, board the 08:42 bus from Palace Hotel Hakone-Mae to Odawara Station (60 mins). From Odawara Station board the Hikari #507 at 10:08 which arrives in Nagoya at 11:17. Change trains within Nagoya Station and board the Limited Express (Wide View) Hida #9 train at 11:43 which arrives in Takayama at 14:08.

This magnificent train journey through the Japanese Alps is often compared to the Alps of Europe. it may well be one of the highlights of your trip to Japan.

Takayama is a traditional medieval town located in the mountains of Gifu Prefecture. Most of the attractions are concentrated in the old part of town, within minutes of each other.

Your accommodation at the Hida Hotel Plaza 5 minute walk from the station. Make sure you try their rooftop and indoor Japanese-style onsen bath which is free for guests to use.

After check in, enjoy an afternoon stroll around this museum like town with a number of attractions including a variety of small museums devoted to traditional crafts embodying the town's long standing tradition of fine craftsmanship. Visit the old private houses that lie in the area between Miyagawa River and the famously lush and picturesque Shiroyama Park. This quiet, residential area has shops selling traditional wares, antique shops, Japanese-style inns, sake breweries and restaurants serving local specialities.

Stay: Hida Hotel Plaza - 1/2


Day 7

Day 7: Hida Takayama - Shirakawago - Hida Takayama

Takayama Morning Market
Make sure you visit the Jinya Mae and Miyagawa "morning markets". Located on the banks of the Miyagawa River, these markets are open daily from 7am to 12 noon. Here you will find local farmers selling fresh produce and flowers. Local souvenirs, crafts and snacks are also available for purchase.

Return to JR Takayama Station and take a day trip to Shirakawago Village. Purchase a ticket from the Takayama Bus terminal in front of Takayama train station. (JPY 4,300 return) Board the Nohi Bus to Shirakawago Village. (50 min one way) Shirakawago is a small historic village in Northern Gifu. This areas is famous for its old farm houses which have been built with traditional thatched roofing "gassho zukkuri". Ogimachi within Shirakawago Village has been registered as a Unesco World Heritage site with over 100 gassho zukkuri structures spread across a lovely mountain valley. Enjoy the atmosphere and scenery of this unique mountain village contained within in a beautiful mountain setting. Return to Takayama in the late afternoon.

For dinner tonight we recommend you walk in to town and try one of the many restaurants which specialise in the Japanese "hida beef" which is delicious in sukiyaki or grilled on a hotplate.

Stay: Hida Hotel Plaza - 2/2


Day 8

Day 8: Takayama - Kanazawa

Kanazawa
Enjoy a well deserved sleep in this morning as the best connecting trains departs at 11:00am.

Transfer from Takayama to Kanazawa using the following trains:

Board the Hida Wide View train from Takayama at 11:00 which arrives in Toyama at 12:26. Within Toyama Station board Japan's newest bullet train the Kagayaki #509 which departs Toyama Station at 12:41 and arrives at Kanazawa at 13:00.

Kanazawa is often referred to as "little Kyoto", a lovely seaside town with a number of hidden treasures.

Your accommodation at the Kanazawa Miyako Hotel is a is a one minute walk from the East Exit of Kanazawa Station.

After check in, spend the afternoon exploring the city of Kanazawa.

Your sightseeing may include a trip to the Omicho Market which is a 10 minute walk or 3 minute taxi or bus ride from Kanazawa Station. Omicho is the liveliest of all markets in Kanazawa and is popular with the residents of the city. many of the 170 shops specialise in fresh fish and vegetables. Lovers of seafood will delight in some of the surrounding sushi bars and restaurants that serve fresh seafood from off the coast of Kanazawa. For those who prefer their seafood cooked, tempura and grilled options are available.

For a rare look inside Japan's traditional entertainment culture, make a visit to Kanazawa's famous "Higashi Geisha District" where you can walk down the winding lanes which features rows of old geisha houses. Late in the afternoon and early evening you may see a geisha scampering between appointments in full traditional costume. Shima, a former geisha house, is open for public viewing (9am to 6pm) where you can also enjoy a cup of green tea and a traditional Japanese sweet.

Stay: Kanazawa Miyako Hotel - 1/2


Day 9

Day 9: Kanazawa

Kenrokuen Garden, Kanazawa
Take a day trip to Kenrokuen which is a 15 minute bus ride from Kanazawa Station.

Kenrokuen is an exquisite garden constructed over 300 years ago and is said to be one of the three most beautiful landscape gardens in Japan along with Kairakuen in Mito and Korakuen in Okayama.

The literal meaning of Kenrokuen is "The Garden of Six Sublimities" which refers to its spaciousness, seclusion, artificiality, antiquity, abundant water and broad views.

It took 150 years to complete the ponds, streams, waterfalls, flowers and teahouses which are all truly breathtaking.

Surrounding Kenrokuen is a number of popular sightseeing sports including Kanazawa Castle Park, Kanazawa Museum of Art, 21st Century Museum of Modern Art and the Kanko Bussankan where local Ishikawa traditional crafts, confectionary and sake are sold.

In the evening make your way to the bright lights of Katamachi which is Kanazawa's lively entertainment district. The area's Izakaya's "Japanese-style pub" are a must to visit where cold drinks and inexpensive dishes are served.

Stay: Kanazawa Miyako Hotel - 2/2


Day 10

Day 10: Kanazawa - Kyoto

Gion Street, Kyoto
Check out of your accommodation at the Kanazawa Miyako Hotel and board the JR Thunderbird train from JR Kanazawa Station to JR Kyoto Station (132 min).

Your accommodation at the New Miyako Hotel in Kyoto is a 2 minute walk from Kyoto Station across the road to the south west of the station.

After check in , commence exploring the sights of Japan's old capital and board a Subway Karasuma Line train 2 stops to Shijo Station, the busiest shopping district in Kyoto. There are a number of cafes, restaurants, shops to explore. From Shijo Station, walk down to Nishiki Food Market (10 min). Here you can try various Japanese food from traditional sweets to fresh seafood.

In the late afternoon walk towards Gion, Kyoto's famous geisha district. Gion is the one place in Japan where you may see Maiko or Geisha walking between appointments. As darkness falls watch the traditional lanterns gradually come to life and you wander down tiny alleys housing restaurants offering a variety of tempting cuisines.

Stay: New Miyako (Main) Hotel - 1/3


Day 11

Day 11: Kyoto

Golden Pavillion, Kyoto
Commence your exploration of the ancient city of Kyoto. At 08:45am, you will be collected from your hotel's lobby to join the Kyoto Morning Tour which is operated by Sunrise Tours. Your English-speaking local guide will take you by bus to Nijo Castle, the Golden Pavilion, and the Kyoto Imperial Palace (on Sat., Sun. & national holidays, visit Higashi Honganji Temple instead). The tour will disband at Kyoto Station with a likely return being around 1:30pm)

In the afternoon, board a local bus to the base of Kiyomizu Dera Temple. Walk up this attractive winding road lined with colourful souvenir and craft shops. Kiyomizu Dera is famous for its giant wooden stage overlooking panoramic views of Kyoto and its main hall purely constructed of wood and sustained by huge columns and beams without the use of a single nail, screw or bolt.

Be sure to visit the Sky Plaza Observation Deck on top of Kyoto Station for a free panoramic view of the surrounding area of Kyoto. This modern station also contains a large shopping mall, specialty shops and restaurants.

Stay: New Miyako (Main) Hotel - 2/3


Day 12

Day 12: Kyoto - Nara - Kyoto

Todaiji Temple, Nara
Board the JR Nara Line to JR Inari Station. (5 min) Follow the walking path to the shrine. 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 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 Japan?s 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 world?s largest wooden building, 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.

Stay: New Miyako (Main) Hotel - 3/3


Day 13

Day 13: Kyoto - Okayama

Korakuen Garden, Okayama
Check out of the New MIyako Hotel and from JR Kyoto Station and board the Shinkansen Hikari or Kodama bullet train to Shin Osaka Station (14 min) change trains here and board the Shinkansen Hikari to JR Okayama Station (50 min).

Your accommodation at ANA Hotel Okayama is one minute walk from JR Okayama Station.

Okayama is home to the magnificent landscape garden of Korakuen - another of Japan's three most beautiful gardens. The garden, covering about 14 ha., was completed in 1700. It contains rustic tea arbours, extensive lawns, lovely ponds, graceful groves, and peaceful hills, lanes and streams. All are tastefully arranged to harmonize with the surrounding hill and mountain. The maple trees, cherry and Japanese apricot groves offer beautiful seasonal contrasts.

Okayama Castle is a 3 minute walk from the south exit of Korakuen Garden, was originally constructed in the 16th century. The four-storied donjon was rebuilt in 1966, which displays many relics of local history. It is called Crow Castle since it is painted black.

Hayashibara Museum of Art, a 5 minute walk from the Okayama Castle, exhibits over 10,000 works of swords, armour, fine arts and calligraphy. Established in 1964.

Stay: ANA Hotel Okayama - 1/2


Day 14

Day 14: Okayama - Himeji - Okayama

Himeji Castle, Himeji
From JR Okayama Station board the Shinkansen Hikari bullet train to JR Himeji Station. (20 min)

Himeji Castle is the star attraction as one of Japan?s most magnificent castles. History has been kind as it is one of the few castles that has never been destroyed by wars, fire or earthquake. Himeji Castle is known as the ?white heron? due to its white plaster fireproof walls is a national treasure and a World Heritage site.

A free tour of Himeji Castle is available for English speaking visitors. Please note that reservations are not accepted for this service. Inquire when you purchase your admission tickets. Allow about 1 hour and a half for the tour.

From the station, the castle is either a 15 minute walk or a 5 minute local bus ride. It is open daily from 9am til 4pm and an entrance fee of JPY 600 applies.

From JR Himeji Station board the Shinkansen Hikari bullet train to JR Okayama Station.

Stay: ANA Hotel Okayama - 2/2


Day 15

Day 15: Okayama - Hiroshima

Atomic Bomb Dome, Hiroshima
Check out of your accommodation and return to JR Okayama Station to board the Shinkansen Hikari or Kodama bullet train to JR Hiroshima Station (40 min).

Your accommodation at the Hotel Granvia Hiroshima is a two minute walk from JR Hiroshima Station.

Hiroshima was a city left in ashes after the Atomic bomb was dropped. Hiroshima has made a remarkable recovery and has been rebuilt as a modern thriving city. The area which felt the full force of the bomb has been transformed into a Peace Memorial Park with gardens of great beauty and nearly forty memorials to the victims of the atomic explosion. Hiroshima is now known as the "International City of Peace" dedicated to a total ban on the use of Atomic weapons. A visit to the Peace Memorial Park should be included in every Hiroshima itinerary.

To visit the Park, board a tram in front of Hiroshima Station and get off at Genbaku Domu-Mae (Atomic Bomb Dome) stop (cost 150 yen - 15 min.)

Using your tour map, visit a number of exhibits including the Atomic Bomb Dome: Positioned below the epicentre, this skeleton of melted steel and concrete has been left as it was after the bomb was dropped. It stands as a stark reminder of the city's August 6, 1945 bombing

The highlight of the Park is the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum. This state of the art museum focuses on Hiroshima both before and after the explosion. It also tells the story of Hiroshima's rapid rebuild into the beautiful city it is today.

On the way back to station, make sure you visit Hiroshima Castle. This castle was first built in 1589 until its destruction in 1945. Having been rebuilt in all its glory, it is now used to exhibit historic artefacts from Japan's feudal past.

Stay: Hotel Granvia Hiroshima - 1/2

Day 16

Day 16: Hiroshima / Miyajima Island / Hiroshima

Itsukushima Shrine, Miyajima
Enjoy a day of exploration upon the sacred earth of Miyajima Island (Shrine Island).

From Hiroshima Station board the JR Sanyo Line to Miyajimaguchi Station (26 min). Miyajima is reached by JR ferryboat (10 min / using your JR Pass) from Miyajimaguchi Pier, a few minutes walk from JR Miyajimaguchi Station.

The entire 30 sq. km. island is designated by the Japanese government as a Special Historic Site and Special Place of Scenic Beauty. The must see Itsukushima Shrine, built in the sixth century, is dedicated to the maritime guardian goddesses. The shrine buildings are connected by corridors which stretch out over the water giving it the appearance of floating on the sea at high tide. The giant red wooden O-Torii (Grand Gate) is the most noted symbol of Miyajima.

Be sure to take the 1.7km ropeway (JPY 1,800 round trip) to Mount Misen's summit to absorb one of the three most spectacular panoramic views in Japan. Keep your eye on the summit's mischievous monkeys before descending on a peaceful walk through the ancient forest.

Return to Hiroshima early evening to feast upon the city's popular delicacy Okonomiyaki - a savoury, layered noodle pancake cooked on an iron hotplate at your table. The locals are very proud of their contribution to Japanese cuisine!

Stay: Hotel Granvia Hiroshima- 2/2


Day 17

Day 17: Hiroshima - Osaka

Namba, Osaka
From JR Hiroshima Station board the Shinkansen Hikari bullet train to JR Shin Osaka Station (2 hrs). Change trains and board the local JR line to Osaka Station (4 min).

Your accommodation at the Hotel New Hankyu is a 2 minute walk from JR Osaka Station.

Osaka has a long history as one of the oldest seaports in Japan and has flourished as a window open to the culture and the goods of the Asian continent is known for its bargain shopping and delicious restaurants. For entertainment and shopping the Umeda and Namba districts have it all. Umeda, centred on Umeda Station, has a number of modern arcades which are always teaming with visitors and shoppers.

The Namba area boasts a 700-metre long arcade leading to the Dotombori River, a man-made canal completed in 1615. In the Edo Period, the area along the river was the city's amusement quarter where five theatres entertained the citizens. Today, theses theatres are still there, though transformed into cinemas and comedy halls. Dotombori is even busier at night glittering with colourful neon signs, extravagant restaurant decorations and alive with pop music. The night life may keep you awake until the early hours!

Stay: Hotel New Hankyu -1/2


Day 18

Day 18: Osaka

Osaka Bay Area
Continue your exploration of Osaka with the visit to the city's most prominent symbol, Osaka Castle which was built by Hideyoshi Toyotomi, who succeeded in unifying the entire country in the 16th Century. The inside of the castle has been made into a museum which has a number of exhibits celebrating Japan's samurai history. A panoramic view of Osaka City can be seen from the observation deck on the 8th floor. The castle grounds now form a large tree-filled park. Only a 15 minute walk from Morinomiya Station on all lines or Tanimachi 4-chome Subway Station.

Take a 60-minute cruise on the "Aqua Liner" waterbus from the Osaka Castle harbour (where it will also return). Osaka is a "water city" where its people and culture have benefited by this access to water from ancient times. The tour through waterways presents views of Osaka Castle from every angle, Tenmangu Shrine, Nakanoshima Island, etc. The boat cruise starts at three piers, Osakajo, Tenmabashi and Yodyabashi every 30 minutes from 10:00am to 7:30pm.

Stay: Hotel New Hankyu -2/2


Day 19

Day 19: Osaka - Tokyo

Tokyo
From JR Osaka Station board JR local train to JR Shin Osaka Station. Change trains here and board the Shinkansen Hikari bullet train to JR Shinagawa Station (3 hours).

Your accommodation at the Shinagawa Prince Hotel is a two minute walk accross the road from Shinagawa Station.

Later in the day, return to JR Shinagawa Station and board the JR Yamanote Line local train to Shinjuku Station, the largest and busiest train station in Japan. From the West Exit walk 10 minutes through the high-rise business district to the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Office Building to enjoy the commanding views of the city from its 45th story observation deck which is best seen at night! (9:30am-10:30pm / free entry).

Stay: Shinagawa Prince Hotel - 1/2


Day 20

Day 20: Tokyo / Ueno, Sensoji & Akihabara

Asakusa Kannon Temple, Tokyo
Continue your exploration of Tokyo by boarding a JR Yamanote Line train to Ueno Station. Use the Central Exit and visit the Ameyoko Ueno Markets which run from Ueno Station to Okachimachi Station. This area has over 500 shops that sell everything from basic foods to high-class imported goods at reasonable prices, and thus it is always crowded with shoppers.

In the nearby Ueno Park, there are a number of places to visit including the first zoo in Japan which is renowned for its giant pandas, the Shinobazu Lake which is famous for its lotus flowers. The park is home to over 1,000 cherry trees and is a popular location for spring time cherry blossom viewing.

From Ueno take a subway 3 stops to Asakusa to visit the nearby Sensoji Temple (popularly known as Asakusa Kannon Temple), Tokyo's oldest and most impressive temple. It is said to have been founded in the 7th century. Walk down Nakamise Street - the colourful shopping promenade full of souvenir and craft shops. Here is an excellent place to purchase souvenirs ranging from traditional kimonos to Japanese sweets.

Return by subway to Ueno Station and then board a Yamanote Line train for Akihabara. To most foreign visitors Akihabara is known as "Electric City" due to the hundreds of specialty electronic shops found in this district. In recent years Akihabara has become home to a number of shops specialising in Japanese animation "Anime and Manga" which is growing increasingly popular around the world.

Stay: Shinagawa Prince Hotel - 2/2


Day 21

Day 21: Depart Japan / Tokyo - Narita International Airport

Check out of the Shinagawa Prince Hotel and store your luggage at the porter's desk.

Spend your last day in Tokyo completing any final sightseeing or shopping.

For those departing from Narita, from JR Shinagawa Station board the Narita Express train to Narita International Airport (80 min). All seats on this train are reserved, so make sure you book your seat in advance.

For those departing from Haneda, using your Suica Card, board a Keikyu Airport Express train from Shinagawa Station to Haneda Airport. (16 mins) Be sure to check in for your scheduled flight at least 2 hours prior to its departure.




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