Traveling the Golden Route:
Tokyo, Mt. Fuji, Kyoto
The Golden route tour will take you through the heart of Japan. From Tokyo to Kyoto, hop aboard this cultural journey with a teim travel twist.
Around the 11th century, the aristocracy is said to have enjoyed drinking and admiring the passing view while floating on a boat down the river. In the mid-17th century, samurai and merchants in the city of Edo (the old name for Tokyo) adopted this enjoyable passtime. Today, you can still enjoy a traditional yakatabune (banquet boat) cruise down the same river, with views of modern Tokyo.Experience information
Sushi is probably one of Japan's most well-known foods. Groups can enjoy a "making and tasting" experience at Tokyo's iconic Tsukiji fish market.Experience information
The maglev train is an internationally acclaimed, cutting-edge technology unique to Japan. Testing is currently underway to make the system practical for future commercial use.Experience information
Kyoto is a city where Japanese culture and traditions coexist with modern life. At Toei Kyoto Studio Park, you will feel as if you've been transported in time back to 18th century Edo (present day Tokyo).Experience information
Located in Kyoto, Nijo Castle (Nijo-jo) was built in 1603, an important time in Japanese history. The castle that remains now is a World Heritage Site.Experience information
*Kyoto sightseeing includes Kiyomizu-dera Temple, Kinkaku-ji Temple, Nijo Castle, Sanjusangen-do Temple, Fushimi Inari-taisha Shrine, Byodo-in Temple and other popular spots.