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Visit the most populous city in the world, and among its most unique, in the vibrant Tokyo, bustling with an eclectic mix of stunning, all-encompassing modernity and a fascinating tinge of the traditional. Tokyo is one of the most powerful cities in the world in terms of economy and global influence, and it also maintains an incredible tourist atmosphere. See just why the Japanese capital is so highly-rated as a tourist destination with our 2015 tours and activities.

Enjoy the tranquil side of Japan on our Tokyo Tower, Sensoji and Imperial Palace tour. Ascend Tokyo Tower, an observation tower built in 1958, and marvel at an amazing view of the Tokyo skyline, before participating in a traditional Japanese tea ceremony. Have lunch at Chinzanso, a former old manor with a 17-acre garden, then walk along the moat around the Imperial Palace Plaza. Hop onto a cruise up the Sumida River to Asakusa, then go up the walkway to Sensoji Temple, the oldest temple in Tokyo, browsing various stalls and stores along the way. End your trip with a visit to Ginza, a world-renowned shopping and entertainment district that is considered among the most luxurious anywhere.

Explore the natural beauty of Japan with a Mt Fuji and Hakone day tour. Go up to Mt Fuji’s fifth station, a site 2,300 meters above sea level, and enjoy a picturesque landscape. After this, go on a boat cruise around Lake Ashino, a caldera lake, and a ride on an aerial lift on the Komagatake Ropeway while taking in the gorgeous views. Enjoy a Japanese-style lunch on your way back as you board a bullet train to Tokyo.

Go on a bus tour to Nikko for a trip around the UNESCO World Heritage Site of its shrines and temples. Explore centuries-old shrines and architecture, visit Tamozawa Imperial Villa, a house that blends Tokugawa and Meiji-era architecture and is listed as a Japanese National Cultural Treasure, spend some time at the beautiful Lake Chuzenji, and finally marvel at the beautiful Kegon Falls.

Witness Japan’s unique national sport and grab a Sumo Tournament Ticket! Pay a visit to the Sumo Museum where you can learn about the history of the sport, as well as view old sumo-related artifacts. Then, enjoy a traditional Sumo ring ceremony, and watch exciting matches as you listen to English commentary on a radio provided by your guide.

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