Japan Guided Walking Holiday

Cultural contrasts in the Land of the Rising Sun, from ancient Kyoto to ultramodern Tokyo


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Choosing the level of your walks

Our easy grading system shows whether a region offer gentle strolls or more challenging routes to help you choose the right holiday for you. Difficulty is measured on many factors such as distance, ascent/descent, terrain, weather and more. There's no magic formula, but from our experience we grade our walks 1 to 5 (where 1 is easy and 5 hard). Our challenger holidays require a high level of fitness and stamina.

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From £4,349.00 - 10 to 12 nights


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Holiday overview

Download Japan 2019 Trip Notes   Download Japan trip notes (2020)

Journey through the ages as you explore the gardens and geishas of ancient Kyoto, the medieval Nakasendo Path, the iconic Mount Fuji and the vibrant, modern city of Tokyo. With the chance to stay in ryokan – traditional Japanese inns – you’ll be truly immersing yourself in the rich cultural heritage of this fascinating nation.

Holiday highlights

  • Walk the historic Nakasendo Path through the Japan Alps
  • Explore the gardens and shrines of ancient Kyoto
  • Walk by lakes and mountains in the shadow of Mt Fuji
  • See the modern side of Japan in Tokyo and Kyoto
  • Stay in a ryokan, a traditional Japanese inn, for an authentic experience
  • Try delicious and varied Japanese food

Price includes

  • 11 nights’ accommodation (2019) in en-suite rooms (except in the ryokans, which usually have shared facilities)
  • Half board from dinner on arrival to breakfast on departure, less 1 dinner and plus 3 lunches
  • A full programme of guided walks led by an experienced local leader 
  • All sightseeing and entrance fees
  • Travel by coach/minivan, train and public transport

In pictures...


Shiba-Park-Hotel in Japan

Shiba Park Hotel, Tokyo

In Tokyo we stay at the Shiba Park Hotel, a 3-star hotel with a good range of facilities. It is well located in central Toyko, and even walking a few blocks there are interesting things to see to get a taste of modern Tokyo. Near the hotel is Shiba Park, the Tokyo Tower, and the lovely Hama Rikyu Garden, a pleasant oasis in the city on the edge of the bay, looking over to the impressive Rainbow Bridge.

Ryokan-(Yudanaka) in Japan

Ryokan (Yudanaka)

Minshuku-(Tsumago,-Magome) in Japan

Minshuku (Tsumago, Magome)

Ryokan, Nakasendo Path

During our walk along the Nakasendo Path we stay in ryokan (Yudanaka) or minshuku (Tsumago, Magome), traditional Japanese inns. The rooms in the inns are always traditional with tatami (straw) matting and futons. At the ryokan these are laid out in the evening. At minshuku you may lay these out yourselves. Rooms are not usually en-suite. Bathing facilities may be shared. Meals at your accommodations are set meals, usually served in a common dining room, often showcasing regional produce and specialties. Yukata (simple cotton kimono) are provided at each accommodation, and you can wear this during your stay in the Japanese style accommodation both indoors and outdoors. They may also be worn as pajamas. Yukata and slippers provided by regular hotels are normally only used in the private rooms. This will allow you to pack lightly for the walking sections. Soap and shampoo, toothbrush and toothpaste, and a towel are always available at any accommodations. Hairdryers are provided in the regular hotels and in the public bathrooms in Ryokan. They are usually available in some minshuku, too. Bathing at the inns may be in communal bath rooms segregated by gender. Bathing suits may not be worn in the baths or hot springs.

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Royal Park Hotel Kyoto Sanjo



Shin Miyako Hotel

Royal Park Hotel Kyoto Sanjo, Kyoto (Apr)

The Royal Park Hotel Kyoto Sanjo is a modern hotel with a boutique feel and is in a great location. 


Shin Miyako Hotel, Kyoto (Oct & Nov)

Shin Miyako is a large modern hotel with ample facilities including restaurants and shops. Rooms are modern featuring designs inspired by traditional Kyoto style.

Both hotels are conveniently located to walk or travel by public transport to Nijo Castle, Kiyomizu Temple, Kinkakuji Temple, Ginkakuji Temple and the Imperial Palace.


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Yumoto Fujiya

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Hakone Yama 



Yumoto Fujiya Hotel, Hakone (Apr)

The Yumoto Fuijya Hotel is a Japanese style resort hotel with both indoor and outdoor hot springs.



Yama no Hotel, Hakone (Oct & Nov)

The Hakone Hotel & Hakone Yama no Hotelhas an  excellent location on the shores of the picturesque Lake Ashi with views towards Mount Fuji from the grounds.


Please note that single accommodation is not normally available in Japanese style accommodation - minshuku or ryokan, ie they are not available outside the main cities, so it is normal that single travellers will be expected to share a room with another person of the same sex, this also applies to the extension tour to Nikko.

Please note there is a variety of accommodation listed for Kyoto and Hakone depending on departure date.

On occasion we may need to change the accommodation listed above. If this happens, your replacement accommodation will be of the equivalent standard or higher. In the rare instance this is not possible, we will contact you in advance.


Guided Walking & Sightseeing in Japan

Download Japan 2019 Trip Notes   Download Japan trip notes (2020)


Day 1: Depart the UK

Day 2: Tokyo

On arrival at Narita airport meet your local leader and transfer to central Tokyo (approx. 1½-2 hours, subject to traffic conditions). The rest of the day is at leisure, either to relax or explore the local area before you meet your guide in the lobby at 18:30 for your welcome dinner at 19:00

Day 3: Tokyo

Today we enjoy a walking tour of the capital, a huge metropolitan area. Tokyo doesn’t have a real city centre – it is more a collection of districts each with individual character. 

As we walk, we see ultramodern Tokyo: neon lights, busy stations with trains running like clockwork, four-way pedestrian crossings, boutiques, grand department stores and the quirky young arts scene.

 In contrast, we’ll discover the more tranquil and spiritual side of Tokyo as we walk through the city today. We visit the Meiji Shrine, a Shinto shrine dedicated to the deified spirits of Emperor Meiji, the first Emperor of modern Japan, and his consort Empress Shoken. The Meiji period of Japan signified the end of Japan’s isolation and the beginning of its modernisation to become a world power.

Located in a lovely wooded area, next to Yoyogi Park, this very traditional setting stands side by side with the trendsetting, fashionable and modern neighbourhood of Harajuku.

We enjoy a bird’s-eye view of Tokyo from the Tokyo Metropolitan Government building – on clear spring and autumn days, you may catch a glimpse of Mt Fuji. We then visit the Ginza district, home to elegant department stores such as Mitsukoshi and Matsuya. Enjoy window-shopping at traditional craft shops, or at the food sections of these department stores.

Any remaining time today is free for further independent exploration or to relax before we meet again for dinner.

Day 4: to Yudanaka Onsen and the ‘snow monkeys’

Our journey through rural Japan begins with a drive from Tokyo by bus to this traditional hot spring village, nestled in the mountains of Nagano about three hours northwest of the capital. Our journey takes about 5 hours in total and there’ll be some comfort stops on the way, including a stop for lunch.

 When we arrive, we walk to visit the famous ‘snow monkeys’. The Japanese short tail monkeys started coming here to warm themselves in the outdoor hot springs fifty years ago and a local lodge owner, feeling sorry for them in the cold winters, built them their own bath. Distance: 3 ½ miles (6km) with negligible ascent on a gravel path.

Our accommodation in nearby Yudanaka is a long-established ryokan. Here, you’ll enjoy the delights of kaiseki dining: this is a meal which includes lots of small dishes showcasing different styles of cooking; for example, stewing, grilling, frying etc.

Day 5: Nakasendo Path to Tsumago

This morning we travel into rural Japan and the remote Kiso valley. Nearby are the Japanese Alps, an area of high peaks and volcanoes, fertile valleys, mountain and ski resorts and traditional villages. Our journey to Nagiso will take about 4½ hours, including a lunch stop and comfort breaks.

Over the next two days we walk by day from village to village, staying in small, family-run country inns (minshuku). Our luggage will be sent ahead to Kyoto and we’ll be carrying a daypack with overnight items.

We start near Nagiso, one of the eleven ‘post-towns’ along the Kiso valley section of the Nakasendo. Post-towns were resting places, where travellers could find accommodation and food as they walked between Kyoto and Edo (as Tokyo was then called).

 Passing through bamboo forests, we walk to the charming post-town of Tsumago, one of the prettiest towns in the area, before continuing on foot to O-Tsumago for the night. Our lodgings will be an atmospheric and traditional minshuku. Here, you’ll enjoy the peace and quiet of your rural setting. Distance: 4 miles (6½km) with 650 feet (200m) of ascent.

Day 6: Nakasendo Path to Magome

This morning we enjoy a lovely walk to the village of Magome over the Magome Pass. The walk passes through cedar forests and ascends gently through hilly terrain. Distance: 5 miles (8km) with 1,200 feet (365m) of ascent and 590 feet (180m) of descent.

Once in Magome, we have some free time and will have lunch here – we recommend you try the Gohei mochi. Later, we journey by bus or coach and train (including the bullet train) to Kyoto, the western end of the Nakasendo Path, and transfer to our accommodation where our luggage will be waiting for us.

Day 7: Kyoto

Kyoto was the capital of Japan from the 8th century until 1868 when it was moved to Edo (now Tokyo). It was spared much of the bombing that was inflicted on Tokyo. As such, more historic buildings have survived, and it has more historic buildings and gardens than most other Japanese cities and towns. This has resulted in the listing of the historic monuments of ancient Kyoto as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

In the morning we enjoy a walk along the Philosopher’s Pathway, a delightful walk beside a canal in eastern Kyoto lined with cherry trees. This is a peaceful walk to Nanzenji temple, which has an excellent example of a zen garden. Along the path we’ll also pass a number of other temples.

Later we explore Gion, Kyoto’s best-known geisha district on foot. In Kyoto, geisha are known as geiko. If luck is with us, we may see a geisha/geiko or maiko (an apprentice geisha, distinctive in the kimono and hairstyles traditionally associated with this revered profession) making her way through the narrow streets.

Day 8: Kyoto

Today we’ll explore Kyoto on foot and by public transportation. The order of visits may change, but we’ll be sure to spend time at each location. We’ll visit the Myoshin-Ji temple complex, a real hidden gem of Kyoto. Here, we’ll see traditional buildings and shrines and learn more about Buddhism. This is a practicing temple, so it’s likely we’ll see monks while we’re here.

A visit to Kinkakuji, also known as the Golden Pavilion, is sure to be highlight. Surrounded by a Japanese garden, it was originally built by the Ashikaga Shogun at the end of the 14th century.

We’ll also visit the beautiful temple complex of Ryoan-ji, a UNESCO heritage site with its famous rock garden of raked gravel and fifteen moss-covered boulders. It is not possible to see all fifteen boulders at once from any place in the garden – but, it is said that if do manage this, then you have achieved enlightenment.

Transfers within the city will take around 2 hours in total, but local traffic conditions may mean this is different. There’ll be some free time to relax and refresh before this evening’s dinner.

Day 9: independent exploration of Kyoto

Today is free to explore Kyoto. Your leader will be happy to help with suggestions for places to visit. Some places we’d recommend, and which may be of interest include:

 Nara – A short train journey takes you to a town famous for its UNESCO World Heritage shrines and temples.  A visit here simply must include hand-feeding the tame deer.

 Fushimi Inari shrine – On the southern fringes of the city you’ll find this Shinto shrine, where hundreds of torii gates snake up the hillside, is easily reached by light rail.

Nijo castle – a fascinating UNESCO site, this palace style of castle (rather than defensive) provides some insight into the days of the shogun in Kyoto.

Higashiyama district – In addition to the beautiful ‘Yasaka pagoda’, these atmospheric back lanes offer a wonderful opportunity to shop for traditional crafts and souvenirs.   

Kiyomizu temple – While the temple is currently undergoing restoration works and is hidden under tarpaulin, you can still enjoy stunning views over Kyoto from the temple and visit the inside.

 Day 10: to Nara

This morning we’ll send our luggage ahead by vehicle as we travel by train (approx. 1 hour) to Nara, Japan’s first permanent capital.

 Established in 710 and known as Heijo, Nara abounds in cultural heritage – it is home to a number of stunning UNESCO World Heritage temples and shrines - and easy access to wonderful nature. We’ll explore along a route of shops – we may see mochi being made in the traditional way – and visit Todaiji Temple.

 This UNESCO-listed temple contains an enormous bronze Buddha, and the wooden temple building is the largest of its kind – even though its current structure is only a fraction of its original size.

 We also spend some time in Nara Park, where tame deer – seen as messengers from the gods – wander freely and walk at Wakakusayama. If time permits, we’ll walk the approach to Kasuga Taisha or we may visit the Naramachi district, where we can see craftspeople producing traditional items.

Day 11: Nara – Walking ancient roads

Today we get out to explore the area around Nara with a walk along a section of one of Japan’s oldest roads. Celebrated in the Nihon-shoki – the ancient histories of Japan, similar to the Domesday Book – the Yamanobe no michi skirts the mountains and meanders through villages and past ancient temples and shrines. Walking on a mixture of paved and dirt trails and village roads, we’ll take a step back into another element of Japan’s fascinating heritage. Distance: 6 miles (10km) with negligible ascent.

We return to the hotel, where any remaining time today is at your leisure before our final dinner this evening, where we can share all the amazing experiences we’ve enjoyed together.


Day 12: Departure day

After breakfast, we travel by coach as a group to Kansai International Airport – your local guide will not accompany you. The journey time is dependent on local traffic conditions, and plenty of time will be allowed.

 For guests joining the Hiroshima & Miyajima extension, you will transfer separately.



If you only plan to visit Japan once in your life, we highly recommend adding this extension to your Japan holiday. It offers you the chance to visit an iconic place, not only in Japanese but also world history; and contrast this sombre and moving experience with a visit to a location rich in cultural heritage and opportunities for quiet reflection.

 Largely destroyed by an atomic bomb during World War II, Hiroshima is now home to a poignant memorial to this event. Miyajima – or Itsukushima – is a small island in Hiroshima Bay known for its forests, ancient temples and the giant Great Torii Gate which appears to float on the waters.

Day 12: to Hiroshima

 We travel from Nara to Hiroshima on both local and bullet trains. There’ll be time for lunch on arrival in Hiroshima, before you’ll travel by tram with your guide to the Peace Park and Museum. Here, your guide will take you around to see the area’s monuments, including the A-Bomb dome, the Children’s Memorial and the Cenotaph.

Following this tour, your guide will accompany you to the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum and give you an introduction before allowing you to explore and experience the museum independently at your own pace. 

We’ll then transfer to the hotel – it may be that we walk there – accompanied by the guide. Dinner tonight will be in a local restaurant.

Day 13: Miyajima Island

Following breakfast, we’ll depart Hiroshima for a visit of Miyajima Island. On arrival, stroll along the waterfront where you can view the Great Torii and get an introduction to the town and the Itsukushima Shrine. As in Nara, there are several free roaming deer on the island.

For fantastic views over the Seto Inland Sea, we’ll ascend by ropeway to a viewpoint overlooking the 

sea. Returning via the ropeway to the town, there’ll be time to stroll through the streets and visit the traditional shops that line the route back to the ferry.

We depart mid-afternoon and, when back on the mainland, travel back by train to our hotel near the airport, arriving early evening. We’ll enjoy a final dinner together this evening.

Day 14: Departure day

Transfer to Kansai International Airport for your return flight.


General Information

A full passport is required with at least 6 months validity from date of entry into Japan.

Visas are not required for UK, Australian, Canadian & USA passport holders. Other nationalities please consult your nearest Japanese embassy or consulate.

Health advice
Before booking, you should check with your doctor to see if any health precautions are needed. The following websites provide a wealth of information on travelling and health: http://www.travelhealthpro.org.uk  www.redplanet.travel/mdtravelhealth  

Vaccines: Tetanus vaccination is recommended.

Japan lies on a similar latitude to France and Southern Canada, but has a temperate climate due to its maritime influences. Summers tend to be hot, wet and humid, with cold and clear winters. The best times to visit are spring and autumn when temperatures are usually mild with sunny days, although there can be some rain. Temperatures in the mountains are generally cooler than the cities and plains.

The unit of currency in Japan is the yen (¥). Japan is very much a cash-based society and it is quite safe to carry around a lot of cash. It can be difficult to find ATM machines that accept foreign-issued credit cards, although it is becoming easier in Tokyo. However, Postal ATMs which you can find in almost all post offices do accept most international networks. The best option is to bring Japanese currency with you, which can easily be changed back if you don’t spend it all. Traveler’s cheques are not advised.

Tips are included on this holiday.

For flights information please see the Dates and Prices tab 

Most meals will be Japanese cuisine. Vegetarian options are available, but limited.  Strict vegetarian diets, vegan diets, or gluten free diets may not be accommodated due to the pervasiveness of the fish-based stock dashi and the use of soy sauce and miso in Japanese cuisine.  We will request special diets at all accommodations, however these must be received at the time of booking. Please note it may not be possible to offer any special meals to clients who inform us of this on arrival.  


Casual clothing would be suitable throughout for this tour, even for dining in cities. Japanese sized slippers (sometimes small for guests with larger feet) are often supplied at the inns. Guests may wish to bring comfortable socks to use inside Japanese accommodation

Yukata (simple cotton kimonos) are provided at each accommodation, and you can wear this during your stay in the Japanese style accommodation both indoors and outdoors. Yukata and slippers provided by regular hotels are normally only used in the private rooms. This will allow you to pack lightly for the walking sections.

Bathing suits cannot be used in the public bathrooms or onsen. Bathing is done naked.

Spring and autumn tours: Long sleeves are recommended during the Nakasendo walking, but you will not need heavy sweaters. You should have a light windbreaker or rain jacket.

Summer tours (September): We recommend light long sleeves during the Nakasendo walking as the sun can be strong, however short sleeves are better for the cities where it is more humid. You should have a light windbreaker or a rain jacket.

Baggage handling

Luggage will be sent ahead by courier on two occasions (Yudanaka to Kyoto and Kyoto to Tokyo) and you will be without your main luggage on these 4 nights. You will carry your overnight items in your pack and carrying this during the day for the walking sections. You must make sure you pack any essentials – e.g. medications – in this day pack, too.

Please note we only include the baggage delivery for one bag or suitcase per person. This must be no more than 160cm in total size (L + W + H) and weigh no more than 25kg. Extra bags may be sent but are subject to an extra charge payable locally: this approx. ¥2,000 per bag, per transfer. In cases where luggage is oversized on collection, you will be required to divide the contents across two bags and pay for the additional bag.


Satoko Tsushima

Satoko loves her job - it allows her to meet people from all over the world. She is a certified guide in both English and Japanese. She has many interests, including walking and running, back country skiing, folk crafts - basketry, pottery and weaving - and tea ceremonies.

Atsuko Iketsu

Atsuko was born in Osaka, a big and traditional merchant city, and grew up in Kamakura, a medieval samurai town. She has lived in Los Angeles, Bangkok, London, and Paris and she now speaks both English and French. She love introducing visitors to the beautiful country and to the Japanese way of thinking.

Tomomi Shimazu

Tomomi was born and raised in Tokyo. After she finished her degree in international relationships she studied in the UK and the US. Later she lived in Hawaii and Israel for years and travelled extensively in Europe, the US and Middle East. She now lives in Tokyo, close to its centre and loves gardening, walking, cycling and Yoga. She enjoys guiding very much, sharing her knowledge of both traditional and urban cultures of Japan.

Satomi Nagai

Satomi was born and grew up in Nagoya, and has lived in Tokyo since she became a professional guide in 1985. She has studied in the US (Tennessee) majoring in Communications. She has guided from Hokkaido, the Northern Island, to Okinawa, the southern-most prefecture, on a wide variety of trips for both tourist and business clients.

Satomi has led a number of the HF Holidays’ Japan tours since 2009. Here are some examples of what our guests say about her:

“Could not have wished for a better guide to Japan than Satomi. Excellent.”

“The enjoyment of this holiday was almost entirely due to the excellence and character of Satomi.”

“Satomi really made this holiday.”


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Dates & Prices

Date Description Nights Brochure price Buy today for Book
15 Oct 2019 JPWHW - Imperial Japan
(Travel included - Departs from: London Heathrow)

Flight - Outbound


  • Depart: 15 Oct 2019, 3:40 p.m.
  • Arrive: 16 Oct 2019, 11:10 a.m.
  • Depart from: London Heathrow
  • Arrive at: Tokyo Narita/New Tokyo Apt.

Flight - Return


  • Depart: 27 Oct 2019, 12:35 p.m.
  • Arrive: 27 Oct 2019, 4:15 p.m.
  • Depart from: Tokyo Narita/New Tokyo Apt.
  • Arrive at: London Heathrow
12 £5,799.00 £5,798.00 Holiday Guaranteed to run - book now - few places left Book Now
16 Oct 2019 JPWHW - Imperial Japan - Without Flights 11 £4,999.00 £4,998.00 Holiday Guaranteed to run - book now - few places left Book Now
7 Apr 2020 JPWHW - Japan
(Travel included - Departs from: London Heathrow)

Flight - Outbound


  • Depart: 7 Apr 2020, 3:40 p.m.
  • Arrive: 8 Apr 2020, 11:10 a.m.
  • Depart from: London Heathrow
  • Arrive at: Tokyo Narita/New Tokyo Apt.

Flight - Return


  • Depart: 18 Apr 2020, 11:45 a.m.
  • Arrive: 18 Apr 2020, 4:05 p.m.
  • Depart from: Osaka Kansai International
  • Arrive at: London Heathrow
11 £5,299.00 £5,299.00 Book Now
12 May 2020 JPWHW - Japan
(Travel included - Departs from: London Heathrow)

Flight - Outbound


  • Depart: 12 May 2020, 3:40 p.m.
  • Arrive: 13 May 2020, 11:10 a.m.
  • Depart from: London Heathrow
  • Arrive at: Tokyo Narita/New Tokyo Apt.

Flight - Return


  • Depart: 23 May 2020, 11:45 a.m.
  • Arrive: 23 May 2020, 4:05 p.m.
  • Depart from: Osaka Kansai International
  • Arrive at: London Heathrow
11 £5,299.00 £5,149.00 SAVE £150 PER PERSON Book Now
13 May 2020 JPWHW - Japan - Without Flights 10 £4,499.00 £4,349.00 SAVE £150 PER PERSON Book Now
26 May 2020 JPWHW - Japan
(Travel included - Departs from: London Heathrow)

Flight - Outbound


  • Depart: 26 May 2020, 3:40 p.m.
  • Arrive: 27 May 2020, 11:10 a.m.
  • Depart from: London Heathrow
  • Arrive at: Tokyo Narita/New Tokyo Apt.

Flight - Return


  • Depart: 6 Jun 2020, 11:45 a.m.
  • Arrive: 6 Jun 2020, 4:05 p.m.
  • Depart from: Osaka Kansai International
  • Arrive at: London Heathrow
11 £5,299.00 £5,299.00 Book Now
27 May 2020 JPWHW - Japan - Without Flights 10 £4,499.00 £4,499.00 Book Now
22 Sep 2020 JPWHW - Japan
(Travel included - Departs from: London Heathrow)

Flight - Outbound


  • Depart: 22 Sep 2020, 3:45 p.m.
  • Arrive: 23 Sep 2020, 11:15 a.m.
  • Depart from: London Heathrow
  • Arrive at: Tokyo Narita/New Tokyo Apt.

Flight - Return


  • Depart: 3 Oct 2020, 11:45 a.m.
  • Arrive: 3 Oct 2020, 4:05 p.m.
  • Depart from: Osaka Kansai International
  • Arrive at: London Heathrow
11 £5,299.00 £5,299.00 Book Now
23 Sep 2020 JPWHW - Japan - Without Flights 10 £4,499.00 £4,499.00 Book Now
13 Oct 2020 JPWHW - Japan
(Travel included - Departs from: London Heathrow)

Flight - Outbound


  • Depart: 13 Oct 2020, 1:50 p.m.
  • Arrive: 14 Oct 2020, 10:35 a.m.
  • Depart from: London Heathrow
  • Arrive at: Tokyo Narita/New Tokyo Apt.

Flight - Return


  • Depart: 24 Oct 2020, 11:45 a.m.
  • Arrive: 24 Oct 2020, 4:05 p.m.
  • Depart from: Osaka Kansai International
  • Arrive at: London Heathrow
11 £5,299.00 £5,299.00 Book Now
14 Oct 2020 JPWHW - Japan - Without Flights 10 £4,499.00 £4,499.00 Book Now

Prices are per person

Important information

  • Single room: £849 (2019), £775 (2020).
    Please note single rooms are only available in Tokyo, Kyoto and Hakone (2019) or Nara (2020).
  • Non-member associate fee of £10 per person applies
  • Extension to Nikko (2019): from £1,099
  • Extension to Hiroshima & Miyajime (2020): from £1,629

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