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Tokyo Holidays

One of the world’s largest cities, Tokyo is huge and fascinating place, a patchwork of districts and neighbourhoods, each with their own personality, that form one sprawling, constantly-regenerating whole. Providing the ultimate future-reaching cityscape, if you search deeper amongst the soaring glass towers and neon signs, you’ll find a destination still deeply rooted in tradition; tranquil pockets of the old-ways at the heart of temples and down quiet alleyways.

With so much rich culture to explore, a fantastic foodie scene, unique fashions and trends and a breathtaking contrast of cutting edge and old, a holiday to Tokyo is an epic city experience.

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holiday duration 13 Days from
holiday price 4,590pp

Japan is a country of captivating contrasts, where ancient gods rub shoulders with modern technology, skyscrapers give way to paddy fields and bustling crowds disperse into the classical gardens. This tour is the perfect introduction to this fascinating archipelago.

holiday duration 11 Days from
holiday price 4,190pp

Immerse yourself in the unique and fascinating culture of Japan. Encompassing the essentials with futuristic cities, imperial heritage and magnificent nature, this tour incorporates a number of experiences that give your holiday a truly authentic edge.

holiday duration 11 Days from
holiday price 3,590pp

From the gleaming metropolis of Tokyo to the lovable Yudanaka snow monkeys to the intricate gardens of Kyoto, experience the wonders of Japan on an independent private tour

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Five Reasons To Visit Tokyo

A Buddhist temple at the heart of the Asakusa district, Senso-ji is Tokyo’s oldest and most significant temple. This is one of the best places in the city to witness the connection between Tokyo’s residents and old traditions.

Tokyo Skytree
The views from the 634 metre Skytree are awe-inspiring, especially if you are lucky enough to see all the way to Mount Fuji! This is the world’s tallest tower, and second tallest structure after the Burj Khalifa.

Edo-Tokyo Museum
This museum covers Tokyo’s rise during the Edo period, when it took over from Kyoto as capital. Within are exhibitions featuring scale models and a full size replica of an Edo bridge.

Sumo Wrestling
This ancient sport brings to life the Shinto rituals and philosophies that many Japanese have lived by for centuries. During May and September, a Sumo Tournament takes place in Tokyo.  

Meiji Shrine
A famous Shinto shrine, Meiji is dedicated to the Emperor of the same name, remembered as the leader who re-opened Japan to the world.   

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Things To See In Tokyo

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