Exclusively available through Meridian Travel in conjunction with Collette

Save $500 per person off this wonderful 13 day small group tour of Japan!

Journey from Tokyo to Kyoto, departing 14 April 2018.

Trips highlights include:

  • Explore the famous Ginza district, see the Imperial Palace and join a family in their home for a tea ceremony.
  • See Asakusa’s famous Senso-ji, a Buddhist temple dedicated to the Bodhisattva Kannon.
  • Explore the lakeside resort of Hakone. Cruise Lake Ashi.
  • Climb aboard the Kachi Kachi Ropeway and take in epic views of Mt. Fuji.
  • Tour Matsumoto Castle, the “Crow Castle.”
  • Discover Takayama, a town in the Japanese Alps and marvel at the gassho-zukuri-style homes of Shirakawa.
  • Visit Kanazawa’s Omicho market and the Samurai district. P
  • Partake in a gold leaf class.
  • Explore Kyoto’s Nijo Castle, home of the first Shogun.
  • Take a lesson in the art of stenciling.
  • Board the Shinkansen bullet train to travel to Hiroshima where you’ll visit the Peace Memorial Museum.
  • Relax and look back on your time in Japan during a sit-down to a special farewell dinner in Kyoto that features a Geisha show.

What is the Deal?



  • 23 delicious meals including daily breakfast.
  • Accommodation and train travel (land only).
  • Fully escorted by a Meridian Travel staff member.
  • Explore the famous Ginza district where skyscrapers and neon lights meet high fashion.
  • Explore the hot springs and spas of Hakone, on the shores of Lake Ashi.
  • Take in magnificent views of Mt Fuji form the Kachi Kachi Ropeway.
  • Explore Nijo Castle, home of the first Shogun.
  • Stop for sushi lunch in Tokyo’s famous fish market.


This all inclusive LAND ONLY tour is priced from $6,929 pp double; single $8,709.  

Two seats remain! Save $500 per person when you book and pay in full by 12 Feb, 2017

What you need to know?

  • All rates are per person and subject to change
  • A deposit of $500 per person is due upon reservation
  • Terms and Conditions apply – see brochure for full details

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