Golden Gai, Tokyo

14 Night Sample Itinerary

Tokyo, Hakone and Okinawa Multi Centre

A journey that allows you to experience a modern city, an ancient town and incredible beaches

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This three stop multi centre will give you a great taste of Japan with a little bit of everything this country has to offer included. Start your trip among the neon lights and sky scrapers of the buzzing city of Tokyo, once your visit is complete the fast pace continues with a high speed bullet train out of the city on to your next destination. Hakone is where the pace will slow down a little while you explore and appreciate the picturesque landscape around you, and finally in Okinawa you can come to a complete stop while relaxing on a sun lounger looking out to the East China Sea.

Our Experts Recommend:
  • Bright lights and sky scrappers
  • A mountainous town
  • Direct flights available from London Heathrow to Tokyo
  • Mount Fuji
  • Endless beaches to enjoy

Sample Itinerary Summary

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15 days
Destination Breakdown
  • Tokyo

    Itinerary Highlights

    • Shopping in Harajuku
    • Visit the Tokyo Tower
    • Jump into the bright neon lights of Shinjuku's nightlife
  • Hakone

    Itinerary Highlights

    • Climb Mount Fuji
    • Swap your hotel for a traditional Ryokan
    • Take a boat trip over Lake Ashinoko
  • Okinawa

    Itinerary Highlights

    • Breathtaking beaches
    • Amazing diving spots
    • Explore the historic Naha

Originally a small fishing village but now the capital and the largest city of Japan, Tokyo is bursting with attractions from modern neon sky scrapers and high end shopping to accident temples and the stunning cherry tree blossom season


Only 2 hours by train from Tokyo you will find yourself in Hakone, part of the Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park, this is a mountainous area famous for its hot springs and picturesque back drop of Mount Fuji. Here you will experience a much slower pace of life compared with Tokyo, enjoy a boat trip over Lake Ashinoko, visit the Hakone Open Air Museum and take in the views from Gora Park.


When Japan is mentioned beaches are probably not the first thing that comes to mind but with over 30 different beaches to choose from you will be spoilt for choice on Okinawa Island. Some are very well known large beach resorts and others are hard to find and secluded but all offer sandy white shores and sparkling clear waters.