Japan Reise für junge Leute

Entdecke die Glanzlichter Japans auf dieser Reise durch Tokio, Kanazawa, Kyoto, Hiroshima und Osaka

  • Erlebe die Mega-City Tokio
  • Kyoto - Entdecke der ehemaligen Kaiserstadt
  • Auf den Spuren der Vergangenheit in Hiroshima
  • Sake - Koste Japans berühmten Reiswein
  • Insel Miyajima mit Blick auf das berühmte Torii Tor
  • Besichtigung der Burg Kanazawa
  • Überblick
  • Leistungen
  • Reiseverlauf
  • Termine & Preise
  • Zusatzinformationen
  • Einreisebestimmungen

10 Tage Japan

18 bis 29 Metropolen Historische Stätten ab 1.836 € %-Aktion Anfragen oder buchen

Sonderkonditionen

Erlebe Japan auf dieser spannenden Reise für junge Leute. Das Land der aufgehenden Sonne ist ein faszinierender Mix aus Tradition und Moderne, aus Ost und West. Tauche ein in die japanische Kultur mit Tempeln, Sushi und Shopping in Tokio, bevor du die verrückte Samurai-Kultur von Kanazawa kennenlernst. Erlebe Weltgeschichte in Hiroshima, bewundere die Geishas in Kyotos Stadtteil Gion und bringe deine Stimmbänder in einer Karaoke-Bar in Osaka zu glühen. Japan ist auch für seine boomende Hostelszene bekannt und wir werden in Tokio, Kyoto und Osaka in coolen Hostels und Pod-Hostels übernachten. Komm mit auf eine abwechslungsreiche Erlebnisreise für junge Leute und erhalte einen Einblick in die reiche Kultur Japans.

1. Tag: Tokio
2. Tag: Tokio
3. Tag: Tokio - Kanazawa
4. Tag: Kanazawa
5. Tag: Kazazawa - Kyoto
6. Tag: Kyoto
7. Tag: Kyoto - Hiroshima
8. Tag: Hiroshima
9. Tag: Hiroshima - Osaka
10. Tag: Osaka

Leistungen enthalten

  • Japan Rundreise für junge Leute gemäß Programm
  • Transporte, Unterkünfte und Mahlzeiten gemäß Programm
  • Ausflüge, Aktivitäten und Besichtigungen gemäß Reiseverlauf
  • Besuch des Yoyogi Parks und Meiji Schreins in Tokio
  • Rundgang durch Shibuya und die Harajuku Straße in Tokio
  • Spaziergang durch den Higashi Chaya Distrikt in Kanazawa
  • Spaziergang im Gion-Viertel in Kyoto
  • Ausflug zum Fushimi Inari Schrein in Kyoto
  • Besuch des Friedensparks, des A-Bomb Dome und des Friedensmuseums in Hiroshima
  • Ausflug zur Insel Miyajima
  • Spaziergang durch den Dotombori Distrikt in Osaka

Leistungen nicht enthalten

  • Nicht genannte Mahlzeiten und Getränke
  • Optionale Ausflüge und Aktivitäten
  • Persönliche Ausgaben, Trinkgelder

Unterbringung

5x Hostel
4x Ryokan
Die Unterbringung in den Hostels erfolgt in Mehrbettzimmern mit sanitären Gemeinschaftseinrichtungen. Im Ryokan (Gästehaus) erfolgt die Unterbringung im Doppelzimmer. Alleinreisende teilen sich das Zimmer mit einem/einer gleichgeschlechtlichen Reiseteilnehmer/in. Die Unterbringung im Einzelzimmer ist bei dieser Reise nicht möglich.

In den Gasthäusern im japanischen Stil (Ryokan) wird auf Futons oder Matratzen auf Tatami-Mattenböden geschlafen, wobei die Bettwäsche tagsüber oft weggepackt wird. Die angeschlossenen Bäder/WCs sind in der Regel sehr klein. Viele Ryokan haben zusätzliche gemeinsame Bäder mit bestimmten Zeiten oder Nutzungszeiträumen, die an der Rezeption gebucht werden können. Der Reiseleiter wird die Verhalten erklären, das bei der Nutzung der Gemeinschaftseinrichtungen erforderlich ist.

Verpflegung

1x Abendessen

Tourbegleitung

Englischsprachiger Reiseleiter und örtliche Reiseführer bei einigen Sehenswürdigkeiten

Transportarten

Bahn, öffentlicher Bus, Metro, Hochgeschwindigkeitszug

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1. Tag: Tokio

Konnichiwa! Welcome to Japan. As travellers are arriving from all over the world, there are no activities planned for day 1. The group meeting will take place at 6pm this evening. To introduce you to Tokyo at night your leader will take you for walk around one of Tokyo’s most popular hubs. Join your leader and new travel buddies for an optional first dinner together!

Tokyo is a dynamic, modern hub, the thriving capital of an ancient land. Contradictions are everywhere, as hi-tech gadgetry and neon lights play an integral part in the lives of a population steeped in tradition.

Please remember that there are many options for travellers to choose from on this tour to make the most of all your free time. While we have quoted the approximate cost of some of the most popular activities throughout, these do not include costs of getting to or from sights. Public transport in Japan is economical, efficient and not only a great way to get around, it's the best way to go local! This itinerary is far from a hand-holding, all inclusive trip, so enjoy the freedom and indulge in some raw fish!

Optional Activities:
Shinjuku Garden - JPY200
Ghibli Animation Studio (advance bookings required) - JPY1000
Sensoji Temple - Free
Imperial Palace - Free
Disneyland or Disney Sea - JPY6400
Robot Cafe - JPY9000
Gotokuji Cat Temple - Free
Tokyo Tower Observatory - JPY900
A Tour Through Tokyo’s Kitchen (with World's Largest Fish Market) Urban Adventure - JPY8321
Kanpai Tokyo: Shinjuku Drinks and Neon Nights Urban Adventure - JPY11065
Made In Japan Shopping Tour: Cultural Curiosities Urban Adventure - JPY11065
Tokyo After 5 Urban Adventure - JPY7660
Tsukiji Outer Market - Free
Wholesale Fish Market (relocated to Toyosu) - Free

Unterkunft: Hostel

2. Tag: Tokio

In the morning, head out exploring with your group leader in the Shibuya area.
Look down on one of the busiest intersections in the world at Shibuya station and visit the statue of Hachikō the famous loyal dog. Next we indulge our eyes if not our bellies visiting a depachika food hall where vendors sell everything from bento boxes for lunch to formal gifts and everyday groceries. Grab a picnic lunch (optional) as we are heading to Yoyogi Park, home to many events from the first Japan Olympics.

Afterwards we visit Meiji Jingu Shrine. Enter via a massive Torii (gate) and the sights and sounds of the busy city are replaced by a tranquil forest. We continue our journey with a visit to Harajuku, the home of quirky youth pop culture.

The rest of the day is free for you to explore.
If you are a lover of cats visit the Gotokuji Cat Temple! Maneki Neko (the beckoning cat) are known for good luck and prosperity not only in Japan but all across Asia. Perhaps re-visit your childhood with a magical day spent at Tokyo Disney or Disney Sea theme parks (tickets can be bought at JR ticket counters, convenience stores, online). Or perhaps get the group together for the final night in Tokyo and experience the Robot Cafe in Shinjuku! You can catch a 3 hour show full of neon lights, lasers, robotics, video screens and dancers.

Enthaltene Aktivitäten:
Shibuya Walking Tour
Yoyogi Park
Meiji Jingu Shrine
Harajuku street

Unterkunft: Hostel

3. Tag: Tokio - Kanazawa

This morning we speed through central Japan on a bullet train bound for Kanazawa. This city is best known for Kenroku-en, a 17th-century gardens. Kanazawa is also known for being the home of samurai - it boasts beautifully preserved samurai and geisha districts, historic temples and awesome markets you can shop and eat your way around. After checking into our hotel perhaps go and explore Kenroku-en Garden and Kanazawa Castle Park. The castle is free to enter however the gardens have an entry fee of 310JPY. A bus pass for the day in Kanazawa will cost you approximately 500JPY. Tonight is a free evening for you to explore the streets and indulge in Kanazawa's izakaya and famous seafood.

Optional Activities:
Kenroku-en Gardens and Castle - JPY310
Oyama Shrine - Free
Omicho Market - Free
21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art (excl. special exhibitions) - Free
Nagamachi Samurai District (Museums in district will charge entry) - Free

Unterkunft: Ryokan oder Standard-Hotel

4. Tag: Kanazawa

Explore Kanazawa by foot on a walking tour of the Higashi Chaya district. Get lost among the Geisha in the alleyways and admire the traditional Chaya houses, known locally as places of tradition, feasts and entertainment. Enjoy a traditional tea ceremony at one of the local tea houses, if tea's your thing, and then the afternoon is free for you to explore on your own. Everything is super accessible in Japan so you'll do a fair bit of walking, so be sure to pack a comfy pair of shoes to get around in.

Enthaltene Aktivitäten:
Higashi Chaya District Walking Tour

Unterkunft: Ryokan oder Standard-Hotel

5. Tag: Kazazawa - Kyoto

Today catch a train through the Japan alps to Kyoto - once the imperial capital of Japan and one of the most beautiful cities in the country. With over 2000 temples, shrines and gardens, Kyoto is a great place to get lost in - so get out, walk the streets and soak up the wonderful atmosphere in your free time. Kyoto has a great bus network linking all its key sites, so hop on the bus to also get around.

Perhaps visit the magnificent, gold-plated Kinkaku-ji Temple with its expansive grounds in Kyoto’s northwest, or maybe Nijo Castle, the feudal-era castle famous for its squeaking ‘nightingale floors’ designed to alert inhabitants to approaching ninja. In the early evening, hook up with your leader for a walk through Kyoto’s famous Gion district, the heart of the city’s geisha culture. This is where Kyoto’s immaculately made-up geiko (the Kyoto name for geisha) perform and entertain private clients in small teahouses tucked away down tiny back streets.

Optional Activities:
Kyoto - Kinkakuji Temple - JPY500
Kyoto - Nijo Castle - JPY600

Enthaltene Aktivitäten:
Kyoto Gion District Walking Tour

Unterkunft: Hostel

6. Tag: Kyoto

Join your leader this morning for a walk in the wooded hills of Inari Mountain, famous for its Shinto 'fox temple' and atmospheric red torii gates, a quintessential Japan sight and must-see for keen photographers. The afternoon is free for you to explore and your leader can give you recommendations on what to see and how to get there. It's your last night in Kyoto, so make sure you try some of Kyoto’s famed Kyo-ryori (‘Kyoto cuisine’), or wander the food market of Nishiki in the city’s heart to see the ingredients that make up Kyo-ryori or, in true Japanese tradition, hit the karaoke bar and show off your impressive pipes.
Cycling is another great way to explore Kyoto. You can hire bikes and helmets from one of the many bike shops in town with cost usually from 1000JPY/day up.

Optional Activities:
Kyoto - Imperial Palace - Free
Kyoto - Kiyomizu-dera Temple - JPY400
Kyoto - Kimono/Maiko/Samurai Dress Up - JPY10000
Kyoto - Arashiyama Monkey Park - JPY550
Kyoto - Kaiten Sushi Train at Kura Sushi - JPY2000

Enthaltene Aktivitäten:
Kyoto - Fushimi Inari Shrine

Unterkunft: Hostel

7. Tag: Kyoto - Hiroshima

Hiroshima is a bustling metropolis with a tragic history, approximately two hours on the bullet train from Kyoto. Once here, your leader will take you to visit Peace Park and the ruins of the A-Bomb Dome building, one of 11 structures left partially standing as a reminder of the destruction of nuclear war following the nuclear bomb blast on 6 August 1945. The Peace Park contains monuments and a sobering and very informative museum dedicated to Hiroshima and international peace.

Enthaltene Aktivitäten:
Hiroshima - Peace Park & A - Bomb Dome
Hiroshima - Peace Museum

Unterkunft: Ryokan oder Standard-Hotel

8. Tag: Hiroshima

Today jump on a local train and ferry to spend the day at the nearby island of Miyajima with its famous 'floating' Torii Gate and the grand Itsukushima-jinja Shrine. Hike through the woods to the peak of Mt Misen for some stunning views of the Inland Sea stretching far out below you. Be sure to watch out for inquisitive and eternally hungry deer that roam the island. Back in Hiroshima for dinner, try its most famous dish – okonomiyaki (savoury pancake of cabbage, meat or seafood) – grilled in front of you on a sizzling hotplate.

Optional Activities:
Miyajima - Itsukushima-jinja Shrine - JPY300

Enthaltene Aktivitäten:
Hiroshima - Miyajima Island

Unterkunft: Ryokan oder Standard-Hotel

Verpflegung: 1x Abendessen

9. Tag: Hiroshima - Osaka

Travel by bullet train to Osaka, and what better way to finish our trip than in a city with the motto 'kuidaore' (translation: 'eat until you drop'!). We recommend you try Osaka’s takoyaki (a delicious grilled octopus dish) which Osaka is renowned for!

Osaka is Japan's unofficial culinary capital, with sprawling shopping hubs and tiny backstreets overflowing with restaurants and bars serving up local delicacies as well as Japan's answer to fast food. Notably, Osaka is credited with the first kaiten-zushi (conveyor belt sushi) restaurants, after its inventor - the owner of a sushi restaurant with staffing issues - watched beer bottles on a conveyor belt at the nearby Asahi brewery and thought it might be a good way to solve this problem!

With your leader enjoy a walking tour around the popular Dotombori district which is the city's most famous shopping, food and entertainment district. At night it is lit by hundreds of neon lights and mechanical signs, including the famous Glico Running Man sign and Kani Doraku crab sign.

Thrill seekers are sure to find adventure at Universal Studios theme park and for those of you wanting to try your hand at a local skill, try a taiko drum lesson or, if you’re feeling like a little relaxation, indulge yourself at Spa World, and try a traditional Japanese Onsen. Embrace the nakedness.

If shopping is your cup of tea, take in some of the city's landmarks, including the wonderful Kuromon covered market and pick up some final kitchen gadgets (or plastic food!) at the quirky Dogusuji Arcade.

Optional Activities:
Osaka - Osaka Castle - JPY600
Osaka - Universal Studios (Day Pass) - JPY7200
Osaka - Dogusuji Arcade - Free
Osaka - Spa World - JPY2700

Enthaltene Aktivitäten:
Osaka - Dotombori District walking tour

Unterkunft: Hostel

10. Tag: Osaka

There are no activities planned for Day 10 and you are able to depart the hotel at any time. Check out time is 10 am and if you are departing later, you can arrange luggage storage at the hotel.

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Sonderkonditionen

Hinweis
Ein Japan Rail Pass für 7 Tage ist bei dieser Tour inkludiert, der erst an Tag 3 entwertet wird. Falls du Interesse an dem 14 oder 21 Tagespass hast, dann gib uns bitte Bescheid.

Reisestil - Japan Reise junge Leute

Seien wir mal ehrlich: Niemand geht auf Reisen, um den Spaß zu erleben für 3 Stunden in einer Warteschlange für Tickets zu stehen oder erfolglos nach einem Restaurant mit authentischen Speisen zu suchen (um schließlich aufzugeben und bei McDonalds zu landen). Deshalb beinhalten unsere Reisen einige Eintrittsgebühren zu den Hauptsehenswürdigkeiten, die Unterkünfte, alle Transportmittel, gelegentliche Mahlzeiten sowie das Know-How eines örtlichen erfahren Reiseführers. Zwar gibt es auch genügend Zeit, damit du dein eigenes Ding tun kannst, es sind aber auch Gruppenaktivitäten enthalten - weil manche Dinge gemeinsam einfach mehr Spaß machen! Diese Tour ist eine Backpacker-Tour, jedoch mit einer guten Portion Planung, so dass du dich auf das Wesentliche konzentrieren kannst: Das Erleben und Entdecken von Japan!

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