TOKYO, KYOTO, AND OKINAWA: 10 Days, 8 Nights, from $3,599

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TOKYO, KYOTO, AND OKINAWA: 10 Days, 8 Nights, from $3,599


Flight by Singapore Airlines included. Starting in Tokyo, its compact districts teemed with a sharply dressed populace, exotic cuisine, and of course, garish lights everywhere. While Tokyo always seems to have one foot in the future, Kyoto does its best to hold onto the past. Here you’ll find the Shinto shrines, Buddhist temples, and zen rock gardens of archetypal Japan, as well as the geisha and kabuki actors carrying its cultural legacy. From the main island, hop on a flight to Okinawa for a tropical retreat and discover their distinct culture, music and cooking.

*Starting price listed is an example of Los Angeles departure.
*Prices may change depending on season and departing city.

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  • 2019

    • 7/16-12/9 $3,699~ Single Room Supplement $1,100

    • 12/10-12/15 $3,599~ Single Room Supplement $1,100

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Prices listed are per person, based on double occupancy and subject to availability. A $75 weekend surcharge will apply for each way based on outbound and inbound dates applicable for Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Inbound air peak season surcharge of $75.00 per person from Jan 01-08. $50.00 per person, per night surcharge applies for Kyoto hotel stay on all Saturdays, the day before holiday and on following dates Jan 13, Feb 10, Mar 20, Apr 28, May 2-5, Jul 14, Aug 10, 11, Sep 15, 22, Oct 13, Nov 2, 3, 22, 2019. Tour prices include all taxes, fees and carrier-imposed surcharges. Hotel blackout dates and holiday surcharges may apply. (AI87/100518/C-10)

All prices are subject to change without prior notice.

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  • Round-trip economy class airfare on Singapore Airlines

  • Round-trip economy class domestic flights from Osaka to Okinawa to Tokyo on a local airline

  • 3 nights in a Standard Room at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Tokyo

  • 2 nights in a Standard Room at the New Miyako Hotel in Kyoto

  • 3 nights in a Standard Room at the Kariyushi urban Resort Naha in Okinawa

  • Daily breakfast

  • One-way Hikari bullet train from Tokyo to Kyoto

  • Half-day Tokyo City Tour (seat in coach)

  • Half-day Kyoto City Tour (seat in coach)

  • Full-day Southern Okinawa tour with lunch

  • Full-day Northern Okinawa tour with lunch

  • Airport transfers in Tokyo, Kyoto and Okinawa

  • All taxes, fees and carrier-imposed surcharges




Arrive in Tokyo and go to the Hyatt Regency Hotel. The remainder of the day is yours to spend as you please.


Daily breakfast will be hosted by the hotel. Our tour will start with a panoramic cityscape from the main observation platform of the Tokyo Tower—Japan’s version of the Eiffel Tower. From there, you’ll head to the Meiji Shrine, a shinto shrine built in the old style of all-wood construction amid a peaceful forest. Drive by the Akasaka Palace and the National Diet Building, on the way to the Imperial Palace and its fabled East Garden. An inner moat, pine trees, and 15-foot thick walls surround the 250-acre fortress—originally the Edo Castle—that the Emperor and Empress call home. The day’s tour ends at the Ginza shopping district, where you’ll be free to explore on your own.


In the morning, our local representative will escort you to the train station for your bullet train to Kyoto. Upon arrival in Kyoto train station, our representative in Kyoto will meet you at the train station. From the train station, take a five-minute walk to the New Miyako Hotel.


Our morning tour begins at the legendary Nijō Castle—once home of the powerful Tokugawa shogunate—where the interiors are decorated with Kanō school screen paintings. You’ll move onto the Kinkaku-ji Temple, called the Golden Pavilion because its top two stories are completely covered in gold leaf, with eaves stretching out like the wings of a phoenix and sparkling on the surface of its reflecting pond. Then, you’re off to the Kyoto Imperial Palace, where you’ll gain exclusive access to the residence of Japanese emperors until the capital was moved to Tokyo in 1869. The palace closes on weekends and national holidays, in which case you’ll visit the Kitano Tenman-gū Shrine instead. The remainder of the day is yours to spend scouting around Kyoto.


Hotel check out and take the shared transfer service to the Osaka Airport for your 2 hour flight to Okinawa. Upon your arrival, you will be assisted in boarding a local taxi to your hotel. Here, the locals have a distinct language and food culture that differs from Japanese cuisine as it has influences of China, South East Asia and the United States, and due to the different climate with its effects on agriculture and the appetite. Okinawa’s most famous export worldwide is the martial art of karate.


Today, join our tour to the southern part of Okinawa. Visit Niraikanai Bridge, Himeyuri no Tou, Himeyuri Peace Memorial Museum Okinawa Peace Memorial Park (Museum is not included), Gyokusendo Cave, Okinawa World, Outlet Mall Ashibina. Tour disbands at Okinawa Bus Head Office, return to your hotel on your own.


Today, you will have a full day tour to the northern part of Okinawa. Visit Manzamo Cape, Ocean Expo Park, Okinawa Churaumi Aquarium, Nago Pineapple Park. Tour disbands at Okinawa Bus Head Office, return to your hotel on your own.


Transfer to the airport by local taxi for your flight to Tokyo. Upon arrival, take the airport limousine bus to your hotel for check-in.

DAY 10 - TOKYO (B)

Your time in Japan comes to an end as you take an airport bus back to Narita Airport for your flight home.

MEALS: B=Breakfast, L=Lunch

Special notes: Prices listed are per person, based on double occupancy and subject to availability and season. We can only accept credit cards issued in the USA or Japan. This tour is operated by Globotours.