Zeitreise durch Japan - Zwischen Honshu und Kyushu Japan

Zeitreise durch Japan - Zwischen Honshu und Kyushu

  • Entdeckerreise im Land der aufgehenden Sonne
  • Moderne & Tradition in Tokio
  • Besuch der Insel Miyajima mit ihrem berühmten Torii
  • Kyoto - wunderschöne Stadt der Tempel
  • Besuch der Burg Himeji (Weltkulturerbe)
  • Geschichte in Hiroshima & Nagasaki
  • Überblick
  • Leistungen
  • Reiseverlauf
  • Termine & Preise

10 Tage Japan

ab  3.279 € Anfragen oder buchen

Begleite uns in eine faszinierende Welt, wie du sie noch nicht erlebt hast und begib dich auf eine Rundreise durch Japan zwischen Vergangenheit und Zukunft: Erkunde die dynamische Metropole Tokio und die ehrwürdige Kaiserstadt Kyoto. Besuche die Insel Miyajima mit ihrem berühmten Torii, besichtige die eindrucksvolle Burg Himeji und erlebe tragische Geschichte in Hiroshima. Von den frühen kaiserlichen Palästen über traditionelle Tempel und Heiligtümer, bis hin zu den Gedenkstätten des 20. Jahrhundert - tauch ein in eines der faszinierendsten Länder Asiens.

1.-2. Tag: Kyoto
3.-4. Tag: Hiroshima
5.-6. Tag: Yufuin
7.-8. Tag: Nagasaki
9.-10. Tag: Tokio

Leistungen enthalten

  • Japan Rundreise lt. Programm
  • Transport, Unterkünfte und Mahlzeiten gemäß Programm
  • Ausflüge und Aktivitäten wie beschrieben:
    • Hiroshima Friedenspark & Museum
    • Besuch Himeji Burg
    • Besuch der Insel Miyajima & schwimmendes Torii
    • Nagasaki Friedenspark & Museum

Leistungen nicht enthalten

  • Internationale Flüge (gerne über uns buchbar)
  • nicht genannte Mahlzeiten und Getränke
  • Reiseversicherung
  • persönliche Ausgaben & Trinkgelder
  • Flughafentransfers
  • Flughafen- und Ausreisesteuern
  • optionale Ausflüge und Aktivitäten


9x Hotel

Die Unterbringung erfolgt im halben Doppelzimmer. Gegen Aufpreis ist die Unterbringung im Einzelzimmer buchbar.
Einzelzimmer-Zuschlag: 1069 EUR


7x Frühstück


Englischsprachige Reiseleitung


Bahn, Flugzeug

Zusätzliche Übernachtungen

Bitte kontaktiere uns - wir buchen dir gerne zusätzliche Übernachtungen im Tourhotel.

Optionale Ausflüge / Zusatzleistungen

Ginkaku-ji Temple of the Silver Pavilion US$4
Nanzen-ji US$3.50
Kinkaku-ji - Golden Pavilion Temple US$3.50
Ryoan-ji - Temple of the Peaceful Dragon US$3.50
Burg Nijo - US$5
Sanjusangendo - US$5

Glover House & Gardens - US$5

Kabuki Theater - traditionelle japanische Tänze mit dramatischer Musik US$7
Tokyo Nationalmuseum - Japans ältestes und größtes Museum mit über 110.000 Objekten, Kunst-Elementen und archäologischen Artefakten US$3,50

Bitte beachte, dass sich die angegebenen Preise und Aktivitäten jederzeit ändern können.
Day 1 - Arrive Kyoto
The first day of your tour is simply an arrival day with no pre-organised activities. In order to allow time to relax and see some of the sights you may wish to add pre-tour accommodation.

You will find that in Kyoto, the old and the new co-exist in perfect harmony. Close to the city's famous Toji temple is an impressive 57 metre high Buddhist pagoda dating back to 794AD, the year the city was established as the Imperial Capital. Right next door, the monthly Kobo-san flea market offers a bargain hunter's paradise, where you can rummage through a range of items from second hand kimonos to war memorabilia, food and sculptures.

If you are interested in Japanese cultural history, you may like to visit the Kamo Shrines, called the Shimogamo Shrine and Kamigamo Shrine, which are both recognised as UNESCO World Heritage Sites and are among the most important in Japan. Predating even the Toji temple, these shrines were traditionally visited by members of the Imperial court, who would worship Shinto gods called Kami, and ask them to protect the city and help it to prosper. The Shimogamo Shrine is surrounded by the Tadasu no Mori forest, which features trees that are up to 600 years old, while the nearby Kamigamo Shrine is known for sand cones at its entrance, which have been built and rebuilt since ancient times to help purify and protect the shrine.

Optional Excursions
Ginkaku-ji Temple of the Silver Pavilion - US$4 • Nanzen-ji - US$3.50 • Kinkaku-ji - Golden Pavilion Temple - US$3.50 • Ry?an-ji - Temple of the Peaceful Dragon - US$3.50 • Nij? Castle - US$5 • Sanj?sangend? - US$5

1 night(s) in hotels

Day 2 - Kyoto
We take the early morning local train to our bullet train which will deliver us to the modern, vibrant Imperial Capital of Kyoto. Kyoto was fortunate to be spared in the World War II bombings and has retained literally thousands of ancient shrines, temples and palaces, some dating back centuries.

There is an included tour of the Geisha District. Keep an eye out for Gion Square where some scenes from the movie 'Memoirs of a Geisha' were filmed. If you haven't read the book it's a great insight into traditional Japanese life and the effects of the war on society. It may also be possible to see a geisha dance performance or tea ceremony demonstration.

1 night(s) in hotels

Day 3 to 4 - Hiroshima
Today we take a morning train journey to visit one of Japan's most famous architectural wonders, Himeji Castle, which amazingly still remains intact despite the heavy bombing of the nearby town throughout World War II. Known as the 'White Heron' castle because of its brilliant white exterior, the castle features more than 80 buildings, and an intricately designed series of paths within the fortified complex which are designed to confuse any potential invaders. An optional guide can be hired or you are free to explore on foot yourself.

We then head to Hiroshima, the first city in history to be hit by an atomic bomb, and as a result is now dedicated to promoting peace. Your tour leader will take you to The Peace Memorial Park which was built to promote a peaceful world. Here you will see where the bomb hit on August 6, 1945 at approximately 8:15 am. You will also have a chance to visit the outstanding but chilling museum with real images, video footage, various surviving objects, and true accounts left by the survivors. The Atomic Bomb Dome is one of the few buildings around the explosion's epicentre that partially survived the blast and the city's only remaining bomb damaged building. The former Industrial Promotion Hall is now an UNESCO World Heritage Site.

From Hiroshima we can enjoy a day trip to Miyajima, the holiest island in Japan, where you can watch sun setting over the famous floating torii gate, which is the entry place to the Shinto shrine Itsukushima, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Passing underneath a torii gate on the way to visit a shrine is an act of sanctification and purification. The floating torii can be accessed only when the tide is out. It is common practice for visitors to place coins in the cracks of the legs of the gate and make a wish. As the island is considered a sacred place, the maple trees which cover the island cannot be cut down and deer and monkeys roam freely.

Included Excursions

Hiroshima Peace Park & Museum,Visit Miyajima & floating Tori Gate,Visit Himeji Castle on route to Hiroshima

2 night(s) in hotels

1 Breakfast

Day 5 to 6 - Yufuin
Back on the train again, we head towards Yufuin, a spa town famed for its natural hot water springs or 'onsens'. This a great place for you to rest in the springs surrounded by a naturally beautiful environment. The rest of the day you will be free to explore on foot, or you may wish to rent bicycles.

There is an option to climb Mt Yufu, if you choose this option it is an early morning start to begin the climb. At 1584 metres above sea level it's an impressive feature of the landscape, last erupting over 300 years ago. It's quite a hard climb to the top but the views over the city and the 'Bungo Fuji' area are spectacular. The rest of the day you will be free to explore on your own, either on foot or you may wish to rent a bicycle. This a great place for you to rest in the springs surrounded by a naturally beautiful environment.


2 night(s) in hotels

2 Breakfast

Day 7 to 8 - Nagasaki

Today we board the train bound for Nagasaki. Nagasaki is an attractive port city on the island of Kyushu and the capital of Nagasaki Prefecture. Nagasaki has played a prominent role in foreign trade relations for many centuries and as a result it became the second city after Hiroshima to be targeted and destroyed by an atomic bomb towards the end of World War II. Your Tour Leader will take you on an early morning tour to the memorial park site which is dedicated to the dark day of August 9, 1945 when the bomb struck and destroyed vast parts of the city, killing tens of thousands of people. There is also a Peace Statue and other memorials such as a black pillar which marks the atomic explosion's epicentre in the nearby Hypocenter Park. Above the park stands the sobering Nagasaki Atomic Bomb Museum, which we can visit as an included excursion.

Included Excursions
Nagasaki Peace Park and Museum

Optional Excursions

Glover House & Gardens - US$5


2 night(s) in hotels


2 Breakfast

Day 9 - Tokyo
We now fly back to Tokyo for our final farewell Japanese dinner together and possibly finish off with our last traditional Japanese experience, karaoke!

1 night(s) in hotels

1 Breakfast

Day 10 - Depart Tokyo
Your adventure of a lifetime comes to an end today. If you have a late flight or have lengthened your stay by adding post tour accommodation you will have more time to explore the sights.

Please note: At the present time we cannot offer post tour accommodation on this tour. Please speak to your Adventure Specialist who will be advise alternative accommodation options if you would like to stay longer in Japan.

1 Breakfast
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