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The Japan for Solo Travelers Tour offers an immersive experience into Japan's rich culture, history, and natural beauty. From the bustling streets of Tokyo to the serene landscapes of Mount Fuji and the historic charm of Kyoto, this tour is designed for solo travelers seeking adventure and connection. Highlights include cooking classes, craft workshops, and reflective visits to Hiroshima, making it a journey of both discovery and introspection.

Day 1: Welcome to Japan

Begin your solo traveler's journey in Japan by settling into your hotel and meeting your tour group.

Hotel in Tokyo

Your starting point for the Japan for Solo Travelers Tour.


Check-in, relax, and prepare for the welcome dinner.

🇯🇵 Day 3: Exploring Tokyo

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🚶 Shibuya Crossing

Experience the world's busiest pedestrian crossing, where thousands of people cross at a time, creating a mesmerizing urban spectacle.


Best viewed from above, find a nearby building for a great photo opportunity and witness the organized chaos of this iconic intersection.

Travel Information
📍   Address: Shibuya City, Tokyo, Japan
🔗   Profiles: YouTube

🌳 Yoyogi Park

One of Tokyo's largest parks, offering serene landscapes, tranquil ponds, and lush greenery, providing a peaceful escape from the city's hustle and bustle.


A perfect spot for a leisurely walk, immerse yourself in the natural beauty and enjoy a moment of tranquility amidst the vibrant city.

Travel Information
📞   Phone: +81 3-3469-6081
🕒   Hours: See hours
⏳   Typical duration: 2 hours
📍   Address: 2-1 Yoyogikamizonocho, Shibuya City, Tokyo 151-0052, Japan
🔗   Profiles: YouTube X (Twitter)

🍲 Cooking Class

Learn to make traditional Japanese dishes with a local chef, immersing yourself in the art of Japanese cuisine and culture.


Engage fully in the experience, interact with fellow travelers, and savor the opportunity to create and enjoy an authentic Japanese meal.

🌸 Day 4: Tokyo Neighborhoods Tour

  • Explore Ueno and Asakusa, two of Tokyo's most vibrant neighborhoods, rich in history and culture.

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🌸 Ueno Park

Ueno Park is famous for its museums, cherry trees, and historical significance. It offers a serene escape from the bustling city and is a must-visit during cherry blossom season for a spectacular view.


Visit during cherry blossom season for a spectacular view. The park is home to several museums, including the Tokyo National Museum and the National Museum of Nature and Science, making it a paradise for history and culture enthusiasts.

Travel Information
📞   Phone: +81 3-3828-5644
🕒   Hours: See hours
⏳   Typical duration: 3 hours
📍   Address: Uenokoen, Taito City, Tokyo 110-0007, Japan

🌸 Asakusa District

Asakusa District is known for its Old Tokyo atmosphere and the iconic Senso-ji Temple. The district is a delightful blend of traditional and modern, offering visitors a glimpse into Japan's rich cultural heritage. Don't miss the shopping opportunities in Kappabashi Street, where you can find an array of high-quality kitchenware and unique souvenirs.


Don't miss the shopping opportunities in Kappabashi Street. Explore the vibrant Nakamise Shopping Street leading to Senso-ji Temple, where you can immerse yourself in the lively atmosphere and pick up traditional crafts and snacks.

Day 5: Mount Fuji Adventure

Experience the natural beauty of Mount Fuji and its surroundings, including a craft workshop.

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Iyashi no Sato

A craft village showcasing Japanese handicrafts and culture.


Participate in a craft workshop for a unique souvenir.

Travel Information
📞   Phone: +81 555-20-4677
🕒   Hours: See hours
📍   Address: Japan, 〒401-0332 Yamanashi, Minamitsuru District, Fujikawaguchiko, Saiko, 根場 2710
🔗   Profiles: YouTube Facebook X (Twitter)

Mount Fuji

Japan's iconic natural landmark, offering breathtaking views.

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Dress warmly, as temperatures can be much lower.

🏯 Day 7: Kyoto's Cultural Gems

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🌿 Arashiyama

Arashiyama, a district known for its natural beauty and historic sites, offers a serene escape from the bustling city. The lush greenery and picturesque landscapes make it a perfect spot for leisurely strolls and peaceful contemplation.

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Walk across the Togetsukyo Bridge for stunning views of the Hozu River and the surrounding mountains. The bridge provides a perfect vantage point for capturing the beauty of Arashiyama in photographs.

Travel Information
📍   Address: Ukyo Ward, Kyoto, 616-0007, Japan
🔗   Profiles: YouTube

🏞 Tenryū-ji Temple

Nestled in the heart of Arashiyama, the UNESCO-listed Tenryū-ji temple boasts exquisite gardens that exude tranquility and timeless elegance. The temple's meticulously landscaped grounds and serene pond create a serene atmosphere, inviting visitors to immerse themselves in its beauty.


Explore the temple grounds to fully appreciate its tranquility and the harmonious blend of nature and architecture. Take a moment to savor the peaceful ambiance and contemplate the spiritual significance of this revered site.

Travel Information
📞   Phone: +81 75-881-1235
🕒   Hours: See hours
📍   Address: Japan, 〒616-8385 Kyoto, Ukyo Ward, Sagatenryuji Susukinobabacho, 68
🔗   Profiles: X (Twitter)

🏯 Kinkaku-ji

The Golden Pavilion, Kinkaku-ji, is a stunning example of Japanese architecture, set amidst meticulously manicured gardens and a reflective pond. The shimmering golden exterior of the pavilion casts a mesmerizing reflection on the water, creating a scene of ethereal beauty.


Visit early to avoid crowds and fully immerse yourself in the serene ambiance. The morning light bathes the pavilion in a golden glow, offering a captivating sight and ideal photo opportunities.

Travel Information
📞   Phone: +81 75-461-0013
🕒   Hours: See hours
📍   Address: 1 Kinkakujicho, Kita Ward, Kyoto, 603-8361, Japan
🔗   Profiles: Instagram YouTube

🏯 Day 10: Hiroshima Reflection

A day of reflection in Hiroshima, visiting Peace Memorial Park and the Itsukushima Shrine.

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🏞️ Peace Memorial Park

A poignant site dedicated to the victims of the atomic bomb. The park serves as a reminder of the catastrophic event and honors the lives lost during the atomic bombing in 1945. The park's monuments and memorials stand as a testament to the resilience and strength of the people of Hiroshima.


Take time to reflect and learn about the events of 1945. The Peace Memorial Park offers a solemn and thought-provoking experience, providing visitors with a deeper understanding of the impact of war and the importance of striving for peace.

Travel Information
📞   Phone: +81 82-504-2390
🕒   Hours: See hours
⏳   Typical duration: 2 hours
📍   Address: Japan, 〒730-0811 Hiroshima, Naka Ward, Nakajimacho, 1丁目1−10

⛩️ Itsukushima Shrine

Famous for its 'floating' torii gate, a UNESCO World Heritage site. The Itsukushima Shrine on Miyajima Island is a symbol of tranquility and spiritual significance. The stunning architecture and serene surroundings make it a must-visit destination for those seeking cultural and historical enrichment.


The view is especially beautiful at high tide. Visitors should time their visit to witness the ethereal sight of the torii gate seemingly floating on the water, creating a mesmerizing and picturesque scene.

Travel Information
📞   Phone: +81 829-44-2020
🕒   Hours: See hours
📍   Address: 1-1 Miyajimacho, Hatsukaichi, Hiroshima 739-0588, Japan