Japan Itinerary: 7 Days

A Japan Itinerary for 7 days exploring this fascinating country. Visit Osaka, Hiroshima, Miyajima Island, Kyoto, Tokyo, Yokohama and Kamakura. It’s a whirlwind week but you won’t regret it.

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Kushiro Japan

Kushiro is located in eastern Hokkaido and is most well known for the marshlands which are outside the city. However, there’s plenty to explore on foot within the city itself. Take a stroll along the waterfront and see what Kushiro has to offer.

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Things to do in Hakodate Japan

Hakodate is a port city on the southern tip of Hokkaido Island in Japan. A popular tourist city, Hakodate also welcomes international cruise passengers. Use our Travel Guide and find the top things to do in Hakodate, Japan.

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Aomori Cruise Port

Visit the city of Aomori in Japan. The northernmost point of Honshu Island, the main Japanese island. Aomori is a gateway to Hokkaido in the north but well worth a look around. Discover the best of Aomori with our handy guide.

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Kamakura Day Trip

Take a day trip to explore the small coastal town of Kamakura in Japan. Visit the Giant Buddha (Daibutsu), walk on the beach and discover Shinto and Buddhist temples and shrines.

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Tokyo Itinerary

What to see and do in Tokyo, Japan. Make the most of your time in Japan’s capital city with our tips on what to do and see. From ancient to ultra modern, Tokoyo is a fascinating city with much to discover.

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Kyoto to Tokyo Train

From the ancient capital to the modern one. Take a ride on the famous Japanese bullet train or shinkansen from Kyoto to Tokyo. Get a glimpse of Mount Fuji as you speed through the Japanese countryside. This is the fast and comfortable way to travel between Kyoto and Tokyo.

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Come and join us at 6 o’clock train as we travel around the world. Plan your own trips and get the most out of travelling with our expert tips and advice. 

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