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14 Day Magnificent Japan FROM $5,500 PER PERSON, TWIN SHARE

  • Osaka
  • Kyoto
  • Nara
  • Kanazawa
  • Shirakawago
  • Takayama
  • Matsumoto
  • Mt Fuji
  • Hakone
  • Tokyo

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Day 1

Home . Osaka

Destination Home . Osaka Meals included Hotel 4 . Hotel Monterey Grasmere Osaka, or similar Today, board your international flight to Japan! Upon arrival at Kansai International Airport, you will be greeted by one of our representatives and then transferred to your hotel. After check-in, spend the rest of the day at your leisure, relaxing after your flight. PLEASE NOTE - Some flights may depart the night before, arriving in the morning on Day 1. You will be able to leave your luggage at the hotel until checkin, allowing you to start exploring this amazing city straight away.

Day 2


Destination Osaka Meals included Breakfast Hotel 4 . Hotel Monterey Grasmere Osaka, or similar Prepare for a full day of touring today. You'll meet with your English-speaking guide in the morning before heading out to explore the city. We'll begin at the stunning Osaka Castle, which played a major role in the unification of Japan during the Azuchi-Momoyama period in the 16th century. After exploring the castle and its extensive grounds, we'll move on to something much more modern – the Umeda Sky Building's Floating Garden Observatory, which provides an unparalleled view over Osaka. The viewing platform is suspended between two 40-storey towers, 173m above the city's streets. Next we'll enjoy a walking tour of the Dotonbori area, one of Osaka's most popular tourist destinations running parallel to the Dotonbori canal, and a place that's packed with shops, bars, street food and entertainment. At night the streets here are illuminated by hundreds of colourful neon lights and mechanised signs, including the famous running Glico Man sign and the Kani Doraku crab sign. We'll finish our tour at one of Osaka’s most famous districts – the nostalgic Shinsekai, which translates to 'New World'. The district was created in the early 1900s and modelled on the cities of Paris and New York. After our guided tour we'll return to the hotel where you can spend the rest of the evening at leisure.

Day 3


Destination Osaka Meals included Breakfast Hotel 4 . Hotel Monterey Grasmere Osaka, or similar Today is a free day to explore the wonders of Osaka. Osaka is known for its modern architecture, lively nightlife and hearty street food and has no end of extraordinary sights and activities. Be sure to ask your guide for some recommendations. To enhance your journey, we're offering 2 free Inspiring Sights experiences throughout the duration of your tour, from a total of 5 options. OPTIONAL INSPIRING SIGHT - WAGYU BEEF DINNER Tonight, enjoy the world-famous delicacy of Kobe beef. Kobe beef comes from the Tajima strain of the Japanese Black cattle, raised according to strict guidelines only in Hyogo Prefecture. The meat is prized across the globe for its flavour, tenderness and marbling.

Day 4

Osaka . Kyoto

Destination Osaka . Kyoto Meals included Breakfast Hotel 4 . New Miyako Hotel, or similar This morning we say farewell to Osaka as we continue on our journey towards the City of Ten Thousand Shrines, Kyoto. Considered by many to be the Jewel in the country's crown, and one of the only cities in the country to escape destruction during the war, many of this former imperial capital's relics have remained intact. Upon arrival we'll begin a guided tour of the city at the breathtaking Nijo Castle. Its palace buildings are arguably the best surviving examples of castle palace architecture of Japan's feudal era; as such the castle was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1994. From here we'll travel to Kinkaku-ji Temple, the Golden Pavilion. This is a Zen temple and a UNESCO World Heritage Site with two floors covered entirely in thin layers of pure gold, set within a beautiful classical Zen garden. The detailed architecture incorporates three distinct architectural styles – Shinden, Samurai, and Zen. Next we will explore the Ryoan-ji, the site of Japan's most famous rock garden finishing our tour at Arashiyama. Here we will see the famous bamboo forest, a nationally designated historic site and a place of serene beauty. Following this, the rest of the afternoon will be yours to spend at leisure. To enhance your journey, we're offering 2 free Inspiring Sights experiences throughout the duration of your tour, from a total of 5 options. OPTIONAL INSPIRING SIGHT - TOFU DINNER Kyoto is famed for its vegetarian cuisine, developed over many centuries thanks to the influence of the local monk culture. Tofu is one of the local specialities and can be prepared in a variety of ways – from simple recipes that involve just soy sauce and ginger, to the famous local agedashi style, where it's deep fried. Tofu is one of the most commonly used ingredients in Japanese cuisine.

Day 5

Kyoto . Nara . Kyoto

Destination Kyoto . Nara . Kyoto Meals included Breakfast Hotel 4 . New Miyako Hotel, or similar Today we begin at the magical Fushimi Inari Shrine. Famous for its thousands of vermilion torii (shrine gates), which straddle a network of trails behind its main temples, the Fushimi Inari Shrine is incredibly photogenic. The trails lead into the forest of the sacred Mount Inari, which stands at 233m and belongs to the shrine grounds. Fushimi Inari is the most important of several thousands of shrines dedicated to Inari, the Shinto god of rice. Next we'll set out with our guide towards Nara, a city with significant temples and artwork dating to the eighth century, when it was Japan’s capital. Here we'll wander through Nara Park, where more than 1200 tame sika deer roam freely. According to the Shinto religion these animals are messengers of the gods. Later we'll visit Todai-ji (Great Eastern Temple), famed for its Great Buddha Hall, which remains one of the largest wooden buildings in the world. This impressive building houses a 15m-tall bronze statue of the Buddha Vairocana. We'll finish our tour today at the Grand Shrine of Kasuga. This eighth-century Shinto shrine is renowned for its many lanterns: the pathway to the shrines are lined with 2000-plus stone lanterns, or ishidoro, while the shrines and gates themselves are adorned with more than a thousand lanters made from bronze. Upon completion of our guided tour of Nara, we will return to our hotel in Kyoto.

Day 6

Kyoto . Kanazawa

Destination Kyoto . Kanazawa Meals included Breakfast Hotel 4 . KKR Hotel Kanazawa, or similar Prepare an overnight bag this morning, as your larger luggage will be transported ahead of you, to arrive in Takayama in two days' time. We'll meet our guide after check-out, who will walk with us to the Kyoto station. Here we'll board the Thunderbird train to Kanazawa station. Upon arrival this afternoon we'll enjoy a guided tour of Kanazawa, one of the few cities in Japan to escape destruction by air raids. As such, parts of the old castle town – including the Nagamachi samurai district and chaya entertainment districts – have survived. Next we'll visit Nomura Samurai House, the historic residence of the Nomura Samurai clan. The intriguing house and grounds provide an insight into the lifestyle of the samurai, or military nobility, during the 16-19th centuries. The residence features beautiful architecture, gardens and décor, such as intricately painted screen doors. Later we'll tour Kanazawa Castle Park, an absolutely stunning open space in the middle of the city and a favourite stop for many, the sprawling leafy grounds backed by a partially restored white and black castle. We'll end our guided tour at the beautiful Kenrokuen Garden – one of the most beautiful in Japan. Developed over more than 200 years, starting in 1620, the garden contains almost 9000 trees and 200 plant species.

Day 7


Destination Kanazawa Meals included Breakfast Hotel 4 . KKR Hotel Kanazawa, or similar Today is yours to explore Kanazawa on your own. Perhaps pick up some regional handicrafts at one of the city's shops, roam the streets of Kanazawa's well-preserved Edo-era districts, visit its many art galleries and museums, or simply relax. Be sure to ask your guide for some recommendations. To enhance your journey, we're offering 2 free Inspiring Sights experiences throughout the duration of your tour, from a total of 5 options. OPTIONAL INSPIRING SIGHT - GREEN TEA CEREMONY Also called chado, 'the way of tea' is the traditional and ceremonial preparation and presentation of matcha, the finely ground powder of specially grown and processed green tea leaves. You'll be shown how to prepare the tea and be able to experience preparing it as well. Your guide will be able to provide you with directions to the venue. OPTIONAL INSPIRING SIGHT - KIMONO FITTING Kimono's are a traditional Japanese garment, first introduced in Japan in the Heian period (between 794 and 1185). You'll be able to rent a kimono and walk around the traditional streets of Kanazawa to take photos. Your guide will provide you with directions to the venue.

Day 8

Kanazawa . Shirakawago . Takayama

Destination Kanazawa . Shirakawago . Takayama Meals included Breakfast Hotel 4 . Takayama Ouan, or similar This morning we leave Kanazawa and travel towards our next destination, Takayama. Along the way we'll stop in Shirakawa-go Village, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that has more than 100 'Gassho-style' houses, which feature steeply-pitched roofs. Built many hundreds of years ago, these historic houses stand together in a beautiful natural setting. From the site’s observation deck you can enjoy a panoramic view of this unique village, its thatched-roof houses sitting among gorgeous mountain scenery. Following this we will transfer to Kanazawa to rest for the evening. After our visit here we'll continue on to the Edo-period city of Takayama. Upon arrival we'll visit the Takayama Jinya, the former government house of Takayama. Once upon a time there were more than 60 similar buildings around Japan, but this is the only one left standing today. Next we'll visit Kamisannomachi Street in the city's Old Town; a wonderfully well-preserved slice of old Japan, with houses and shops dating back to the Edo period (1600-1868). As well as the charming architecture, there are several quaint cafés and a number of old saké breweries to explore.

Day 9

Takayama . Matsumoto . Mt. Fuji . Hakone

Destination Takayama . Matsumoto . Mt. Fuji . Hakone Meals included Breakfast, Dinner Hotel 4 . Tokinoyu Setsugetsuka, or similar Today we begin our journey towards Hakone, making stops at some of Japan’s most iconic destinations along the way. First we arrive in Matsumoto, where we will enjoy a guided tour of this mountain city, which includes a visit to Matsumoto Castle. Also known as the 'Crow Castle' due to its dramatic black exterior, this building, completed in the 1500s, is listed as a National Treasure of Japan. After enjoying a break for lunch, we continue on to the Mount Fuji 5th station, which is halfway up the active volcano. At 3,776m high Mount Fuji is the country’s tallest peak and it is considered one of Japan’s three holy mountains. Here, above the clouds, we'll view the mountain’s enormous summit if weather permits. Later this afternoon we'll arrive in Hakone and enjoy a kaiseki dinner at the hotel – this is a traditional, multi-course meal that is meticulously prepared and typically demonstrates numerous cooking techniques. You can also enjoy a private onsen (hot spring) experience on your balcony as part of your Inspiring Stay.

Day 10

Hakone . Tokyo

Destination Hakone . Tokyo Meals included Breakfast Hotel 4 . Hotel Keihan Tsukiji Ginza Grande, or similar Today begins with a comprehensive guided tour of Hakone – a mountainous town that lies within Japan's Fuji-Hakone- Izu National Park and is known for its hot springs and mesmerising views of Mount Fuji. Our tour will begin at Hakone Shrine, famous for its torii that sits in the waters of Lake Ashi and frames gorgeous views of the surrounding landscape. Next we'll visit the Hakone Open-Air Museum, which is home to more than a thousand sculptures and works of art from both Japanese and international artists such as Picasso and Henry Moore. After our tour of the Hakone Open-Air Museum, we'll take some time to enjoy lunch at a local restaurant before heading to Odawara station, from where we'll transfer to Tokyo, experiencing the mind-blowing speed of the bullet train, which travels at up to 320 km/h. The shinkansen, as they are known locally, are famous for their punctuality, comfort and safety. Upon arrival in Tokyo, we'll enjoy an afternoon with our guide exploring some of the sights of the city. Tokyo is the capital city of Japan and the world’s most populated megalopolis – the Tokyo metropolitan area spreads over three prefectures and has a whopping 38 million habitants. We'll begin our tour in the Ginza district, Tokyo’s most famous upmarket shopping, dining and entertainment district. From here we'll head to the Shibuya Crossing, rumoured to be the busiest intersection in the world. Following this you're free to spend the rest of the evening at your leisure.

Day 11


Destination Tokyo Meals included Breakfast Hotel 4 . Hotel Keihan Tsukiji Ginza Grande, or similar A full day tour of this magnificent city awaits. Our first stop will be the Meiji Shrine, located within a 170-acre forest in the centre of the city. Constructed of cypress wood and copper, the shrine commemorates Emperor Meiji, Japan’s 122nd emperor, who presided over Japan’s industrial revolution and emergence onto the world stage. Next we'll visit the Imperial Palace, the primary residence of the Emperor of Japan. Built on the site of the old Edo castle, it is surrounded by large park areas, moats and massive stone walls, and come cherry blossom season it is blanketed in a sea of pink blooms. A tour of Tokyo would not be complete without a visit to Tsukiji, the world’s biggest wholesale fish market and the largest wholesale food market in the world. Stroll through Tokyo’s kitchen and delight in the tastes, smells and sights. Take some time to enjoy lunch at a local restaurant before we begin our Sumida River Cruise, which offers a striking new perspective of the city. Following our cruise we'll head to the Asakusa district where we'll visit the beautiful Senso-ji Temple. This ancient Buddhist temple is Tokyo's oldest, and one of its most significant, dedicated to Kannon, the Buddhist goddess of mercy. We will then visit the Tokyo Skytree. Open since May 2012, the Skytree is a television and radio broadcast site, and contains a restaurant and two viewing platforms. At 634m, it's among the tallest structures in the world. To enhance your journey, we're offering 2 free Inspiring Sights experiences throughout the duration of your tour, from a total of 5 options. OPTIONAL INSPIRING SIGHT - SUSHI DINNER One of Japan's most famous exports, the word sushi is recognised almost anywhere in the world today. International versions of the dish continue to evolve in a unique way to reflect local characteristics and often use unconventional ingredients such as avocado, cheese, or fried prawns.

Day 12


Destination Tokyo Meals included Breakfast Hotel 4 . Hotel Keihan Tsukiji Ginza Grande, or similar Today is a free day to explore Tokyo on your own. Japan’s busy capital expertly mixes the ultramodern with the traditional and has plenty to offer everyone. Feel free to ask your guide for personalised suggestions.

Day 13

Tokyo . Home

Destination Tokyo . Home Meals included Breakfast Hotel N/A Unfortunately today marks the end of your fantastic tour through some of the best Japan has to offer. We hope you have had an incredible experience and wish you a safe journey home. After checking out of your hotel, enjoy some free time until your transfer to Narita International Airport.

Day 14


Destination Home Meals included Hotel N/A Arrive home today.


  • Return international airfares with Singapore Airlines
  • Return airport transfers
  • In depth discovery of the Golden Route in Japan
  • 11 nights in deluxe 3 to 4 star accommodation
  • 1 night in a Ryokan with private hot spring tub for the true Japanese experience
  • Daily breakfast plus a meticulously prepared multi-course Kaiseki dinner
  • The services of a professional English-speaking guide throughout
  • In-depth sightseeing & all entry fees as per the itinerary
  • Dedicated private transportation throughout
  • All tipping
  • 24/7 customer service and your own Dedicated Support Agent


  • Osaka – Visit the Osaka castle
  • Osaka – Stroll through Dotombori – Shinsaibashi area
  • Osaka – Admire the view from the floating observatory of the Umeda Sky Building
  • Kyoto – See the most famous shrines – Kinkakuji, Ryoanji Temple, Fushimi Inari
    Taisha Shrine
  • Kyoto – Walk through the famous bamboo forest at Arashiyama
  • Nara – Deer park
  • Nara – Visit the Great Buddha of Todaiji Temple
  • Kanazawa – View the famous Kenrokuen Garden
  • Kanazawa – Slip into the past at the Nomura Samurai House
  • Shirakawago – Admire the 114 Gasho-style houses
  • Takayama – Visit the Takayama old town
  • Matsumoto – Matsumoto Castle
  • Mt Fuji – Enjoy the view from the 5th Station
  • Hakone – See the latest exhibition at the open air museum
  • Tokyo – Explore the new and traditional in Asakusa
  • Tokyo – Climb the Tokyo Sky Tree
  • Tokyo – Imperial Palace
  • Tokyo – Taste the freshest fish at the fish market


Inspiring Stay
Enjoy a private onsen (hot spring) experience on your balcony in Hakone

Inspiring Sights

To enhance your journey, we’re offering guests two (2) bonus sightseeing experiences out of
a choice of five (5) options. The remaining 3 options can also be purchased, costs listed under
‘Optional Tours’.

Osaka – Wagyu Beef dinner

Kyoto – Tofu Dinner

Kanazawa – Tea Ceremony

Kanazawa – Kimono fitting

Tokyo – Sushi dinner

Inspiring Taste
See dinner options in Inspiring Sights

Fine Print

HOW TO BOOK & PAYMENTS Deposit & Payments
Secure your package with a deposit of $500 per person.
Pay a 2nd instalment of $2424 per person within 28 days.
You will then be invoiced for final payment 90 days prior to departure.
Booking Process
Select the purple ‘Reserve Your Seat’ tab to begin your
booking (you must ‘Sign Up’ first by enterting your
email and creating a password)
Then select the purple ‘Book now’ tab of the tour you
have selected
Select your Departure Date, Departure City, Number of
Passengers, Room Configuration, any Upgrade Options,
and enter any Special Requests
Click the purple ‘Proceed to Secure Checkout’ tab
Enter your credit card or PayPal details to secure your
Once your order is complete, you will be prompted to
complete a Booking Form so that we can fulfil your
Your booking is confirmed once your Booking Form is
submitted and you can begin the countdown to your
Inspiring Vacation!
You will then be allocated and contacted by one of our
Dedicated Support Agent’s (within 48 hours) who will
support you right up until you return from your journey

Full-service airline used is Singapore Airlines (or similar if unavailable)
Flights are not direct and include a minimum of one connection (maximum two)
All tickets will include 20 kilos checked baggage per person, along with 7 kilos of
hand luggage.
Despite the airlines baggage allowance, we recommend travelling with 20 kilos
per person due to restrictions with internal flights (where applicable), as well as
coach and train transportation. Also, you will be responsible for handling your
luggage at all times as the services of porters is not included. If travelling over this
amount, you will be liable for any excess baggage fees enforced by the airline,
payable direct.
Once ticketed, flights are non-refundable; any changes will be subject to the airline
rules and change fees
Full names as per passport (including all middle names) are required
Any airline schedule changes or cancellations are beyond our control
Premium Economy or Business Class upgrades
Premium Economy upgrade available from an additional $2,000 per person
(subject to availability).
Business Class upgrade available from an additional $4,500 per person (subject to
Please specify this as a ‘Special Request’ when completing your booking and you will be
quoted for the additional fare. In the event your selection is unavailable, or that you are
dissatisfied with the quote, you will be provided with a full refund.
Land Only discount (if booking your own flights)
A $800 per person reduction from the twin share price applies if you wish to arrange your
own airfares. Should you wish to purchase land only, please select this option in the booking
process, under ‘Departure City’.
If you have chosen to deviate your stay or if you have requested specific flights that do not
match the group arrival and departure times, you will forfeit the airport transfer services. For
this package, we cannot offer a private airport transfer service for you, therefore you will be
required to make your own way from & to the airport at your own expense. You may choose
to book a shared transfer service independently, get a taxi on arrival or travel by train. For
advice, you may speak to your Dedicated Support Agent.

Singapore Stopover Package
You may wish to stop over in Singapore before or after your tour.
3 nights at the 4 star Furama Riverfront or similar
Breakfast daily
Return airport transfers
Cost – $499 per person Twin Share ($998 Single Share)
If you wish to book the Singapore stopover package before or after your tour, please select
this under ‘Upgrade Options’ before completing your booking. You will then be invoiced for
this in your final payment.
The $150pp extension supplement does not apply if selecting this option.

How to extend your stay
Some customers like to enhance their holiday by extending their stay pre- and/or post-tour.
If you wish to do so, please follow these steps:

1. Follow the ‘Book Now’ prompts after signing up, until you reach the ‘Special
Requests’ field

2. Here, please specify your preferred flight arrangements and if you require
additional accommodation, with the number of nights needed.

3. After finalising your purchase and submitting your booking form, a member of our
team will be in contact with you via email to verify your request.
Please note, a supplement of $150 per person (plus any applicable fare and tax differences)
applies to deviate from the standard itinerary. We will contact you via email with a quote and
proposed flight itinerary, and then proceed with collecting the additional payment required
to confirm your request.
All additional accommodation and sightseeing is at your own arrangement, or alternatively
we can offer the following rates:
Pre-tour accommodation (Tokyo): $360 per room per night (single or double/twin)
including breakfast
Post-tour accommodation (Osaka): $360 per room per night (single or
double/twin) including breakfast
The additional cost for these land arrangements will be added to your final payment invoice,
due 90 days prior to departure, and is strictly subject to availability.
If you have chosen to deviate your stay or if you have requested specific flights that do not
match the group arrival and departure times, you will forfeit the airport transfer services. For
this package, we cannot offer a private airport transfer service for you, therefore you will be
required to make your own way from & to the airport at your own expense. You may choose
to book a shared transfer service independently, get a taxi on arrival or travel by train. For
advice, you may speak to your Dedicated Support Agent.

OPTIONAL TOURS You have the choice of 2 of 5 Inspiring Sights to enhance your journey. You may purchase
additional ones prior to departure:

  • Osaka – Wagyu Beef Dinner (Day 3) – $75 per person
  • Kyoto – Tofu Dinner (Day 4) – $75 per person
  • Kanazawa Green Tea Ceremony (Day 7) – $75 per person
  • Kanazawa – Kimono Fitting (Day 7) – $75 per person
  • Tokyo – Sushi Dinner (Day 11) – $75 per person

Optional tours can be selected once you have finalised your tour purchase and paid your
deposit. When completing your Passenger Booking Form, you will be asked if you would like
to add Optional Tours, where any applicable cost will be added to your final balance. If you
choose not to select them at this time, you can choose to add them later by logging in to
your Account online or speaking with your Dedicated Support Agent for assistance.
Please note that you must select your Optional Tours no later than 65 days before departure,
after which you will be required to purchase them on tour. Please keep in mind that
anything purchased on-tour is subject to availability and prices may vary as you will be
paying in local currency. We appreciate your understanding.
Please note that transportation to and from each optional tour is not included in the price.
You will be required to make your own way to the starting point of the optional tour, as well
as back to your hotel. Your tour guide can provide you with the direction and guidance
needed to make your own way.

  • Visas
  • Travel insurance (compulsory)
  • Anything not mentioned in the itinerary
  • Optional activities
  • Personal expenses

While the tour itinerary should give you some guidance and overview to the expected
requirements, to determine if this tour is right for you we categorise each of our tours in
terms of their intensity. These guidelines are to ensure that each tour group is conducted as
expected and to ensure the overall satisfaction of all Inspiring Vacations customers.
As a general rule, porterage is not included, therefore at all times you are expected to handle
your own luggage where help may not be available.
This particular tour is categorised as a “3”:
3 – Moderate Tour: A good level of fitness and mobility is required, as this tour includes a
moderate level of physical activity and is considered a medium-fast paced tour. You should
be able to walk up and down stairs, get on and off the coach and able to walk reasonable
distances of approximately 2 kilometres per day or more with ease. Any physical ailments
you may have must be disclosed at the time of booking to determine your suitability. If you
have any form of walking aids, other than a walking stick or hiking poles, then this tour is not

The accommodation listed is subject to change. Any changes will be of an equal or higher
standard. Bedding configurations (double or twin) are requests only. All efforts will be made
to meet your preferences however any changes are beyond our control.
Twin Share Bedding Configuration
At any time, bedding configuration is subject to confirmation by the hotel and based on
availability. While you have the option to select either twin or double bedding at time of
booking, our recommendation when travelling to Japan is to choose twin bedding, as the
rooms are often bigger than those that have a double bed. If insisting on double bedding,
please note that the rooms will be smaller and more narrow. As a general expectation, we
cannot always guarantee bedding at all hotel stays.
Single Supplement
Single supplement is $1,200 per person in addition to the twin share price.
Please note when choosing Single Supplement for this deal that you will receive a single
room, which is smaller in size than a twin/double room. Unfortunately this is typical for
Japan, as the cost to solely occupy a double/twin size room is incredibly high. We appreciate
your understanding.
Paired Solo Travellers
This package allows you to avoid paying a single supplement by booking as a Paired Solo
This option must be selected at time of booking during the purchase path under "Select
Your Room" and then choose "Paired Twin Room".
Regardless of whether an accompanying solo traveller is found, you are guaranteed to travel
at no additional cost.
Solo travellers are matched only on the basis of gender and not on other factors such as age,
nationality, religion or sexuality. We kindly ask that you disclose any requirements, medical or
otherwise, that might disturb your matched traveller’s sleep (e.g. sleep apnoea or a CPAP
machine). Unfortunately, with this in mind and in the interest of other travellers, we request
that you proceed with your own private room with the resulting single supplement. Should a
second solo traveller not be available, you are nonetheless guaranteed to travel at no extra
cost and you will be placed into a single, twin share or double room by yourself. Your tour
group may include multiple solo travellers who may or may not be paired. No changes will
be permitted to any pairing arrangements.
Note that for some portions of some itineraries, the group sizes will vary. Some packages may
operate on groups as small as 2 people and therefore, there may be time spent travelling
only with your paired traveller. Should a package require a minimum number of 2 travellers
and you are not paired, your booking may be cancelled.
You will be introduced to your matched solo traveller at the beginning of your itinerary and
your personal details will not be shared as per our Privacy Policy. Should there be any
dissatisfaction with your matched traveller, unfortunately we are unable to make any
changes to your room arrangements or offer any refund. Inspiring Vacations takes no
responsibility for and will not be held liable for any dissatisfaction with the matched traveller
or for their actions.
All departures remain strictly subject to availability and may sell out prior to your tentative
booking being confirmed, in which case the fee will be refunded in full. All other booking
terms apply.
Triple Share
Not available.

Travel insurance is required to protect yourself against the unexpected.
We have partnered with nib to offer our customers competitive rates for their travel
insurance. You can book comprehensive or budget cover simply by clicking HERE to arrange
your policy.

It is the traveller's responsibility to ensure they have a valid passport. The passport must be
valid for a minimum of six months from the intended date of return to Australia.
Australian passport holders do not require a visa for travel to Japan, for less than 90 days.
Please note that these details are subject to change without notice. We recommend visiting for up to date information in terms of entry requirements. Visas
should not be applied for until you receive your final documentation.

Final documentation, including e-tickets and hotel details, will be provided approximately 30
days prior to travel.

15-40 people

The total length of the tour in days includes time spent inflight and is subject to change,
depending on the flight schedule. Please refer to the day-by-day itinerary for the time spent
in your destination(s).

The cherry blossoms (sakura) usually bloom in the last week of March and the first two weeks
of April. Cherry blossom are extremely seasonal and we can't guaruntee they will bloom
during your visit.

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