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From Tokyo: Full-Day Mount Fuji and Hakone Tour with Sightseeing Cruise

1. From Tokyo: Full-Day Mount Fuji and Hakone Tour with Sightseeing Cruise

Depart by bus on a full-day trip from Tokyo to see the scenic areas of Hakone near Mount Fuji.  Board the ornately decorated pirate ship for a cruise on Lake Ashi, formed by a volcanic eruption thousands of years ago. Gaze out at the surrounding greenery and the idyllic views of Mount Fuji. See the landscape from another perspective and ride in a cable car on the Hakone Ropeway to Owakudani Valley. Take in the panoramic views of Hakone from above. Learn more about the region's nature and traditions. Opt to try the local delicacy, Kuro Tamago, black boiled egg, which according to local legend will extend your life for seven years.

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Tokyo: Imperial Palace Walking Tour with Local Guide

2. Tokyo: Imperial Palace Walking Tour with Local Guide

Meet your guide at Otemon Gate, the main entrance to the palace. From there, explore the East Garden situated to the east of the Imperial Palace, where you can visit facilities such as the Imperial Tokagakudo Music Hall and the Museum of Imperial Collections.  Continue exploring Kitanomaru Park, home of the Nippon Budokan Hall; and Kokyo-gaien, large outer gardens to the southeast of the Imperial Palace. Learn about the palaces history from your licensed guide as you explore this natural beauty.

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From Tokyo: Private Day Trip to Nikko

3. From Tokyo: Private Day Trip to Nikko

Travel to Nikkō and enjoy the small city nestled in the foothills of gigantic, snow-capped mountains north of Tokyo. Meet your host in Tokyo and head to your destination on the Tobu Railway Limited Express.  You'll be paired with guides that are passionate about the place they call home and who choose to spend their free time sharing it with like-minded travelers matched to them. Immerse yourself in centuries of Japanese culture and see two grand mausoleums and an array of Edo relics adding to Nikkō’s rich history. Visit the Buddhist temple of Rinnō-ji and Toshogu Shrine, a 17th-century treasure with a stunning five-story pagoda, that is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site.  You can take a trip up to the mountains, which are home to Nikkō National Park. It is one of Japan’s most spectacular protected areas, where Lake Chūzenji drains through Kegon Falls, a 97-meter natural marvel. With your host by your side, lace-up and tackle some of its mesmerizing walking trails, some of which lead to hidden waterfalls and secret Shinto shrines. Once you leave the forests, before heading back to Tokyo, quiet the tummy rumblings at a local eatery, and crunch down on some yuba, or tofu skin, a local delicacy, and wash it all down with some locally-brewed sake.

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Tokyo: Kimono Experience & Self-Guided Tour with Pickup

4. Tokyo: Kimono Experience & Self-Guided Tour with Pickup

Take your visit to Tokyo to the next level by walking the streets in a traditional Japanese Kimono. The self-guided tour includes a one-way shared transfer from your hotel to the rental store. Choose from 2 flexible timings to suit your schedule and explore the city at your own pace. Be driven to a kimono rental service in Asakusa, Shinjuku or Ginza. Pick from a wide selection of gorgeous kimonos with the help of the store’s staff. They are keen to assist to give you the perfect look and fitting experience. Get l makeup and hairstyling service at an extra cost. Once you have transformed your look with this iconic attire, go out for a leisurely stroll. Admire old Tokyo vibes along the streets of Asakusa, or head to the shopping districts of Ginza or Shinjuku. Take photos against vibrant paper lanterns or cherry blossoms. Spend the day exploring the many temples of Tokyo on this self-guided walking tour. There are several riverside attractions throughout Asakusa. Explore waterfront cafes and parks on foot or take a rickshaw ride. The downtown neighborhood is home to one of Japan’s most famous temples and the oldest shopping street. Create wonderful memories by spending the day strolling around the city in your kimono. This robe-like garment has been worn by Japanese men and women from the Early Nara period to the present. Kimonos are made with unique patterns, prints, and great attention to detail. Take your appreciation of Japanese culture a step further by admiring the beauty of this garment and the craftsmanship involved in its making. Conclude your tour in time to return your kimono to the store by 5:30 PM.

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