8 Days 5 Nights Enchanting Tokyo, Atami & Yokohama

Group Tour: 5-12 February 2024

Toyko is the megacity that other world capitals look up to. Nowhere else has quite the same mix of timeless history and space-age tech, of strict tradition and up-to-the-second fashions, of bewildering crowds and moments of utter serenity. It’s the past and future wrapped up together into one thrilling package – and understandably, it’s one of the top tourist destinations on the planet.


Gather at KLIA 3 hours before flight departure to Tokyo.

  • KAWAGOE Step into old Japan in Kawagoe. This city, also known as “Little Edo” or “ko-edo” in Japanese, is a short 30-minute train ride from central Tokyo and famous for its Edo-period charm. Rent a kimono or yukata and explore the city’s main street, castle, temples, and shrines while dining on traditional sweets.
  • Lunch at Local Restaurant
  • Solat at Farooq E-Azam Mosque
  • LAKE KAWAGUCHI / MT FUJI On a still, clear day, you can see a perfect mirror image of Mt. Fuji reflected in the lake. With hot springs, good fishing, museums and plenty of attractions, the lake makes for a relaxing getaway from Tokyo.
  • GOTEMBA PREMIUM OUTLET is Japan’s most popular outlet mall, located in Gotemba City at the base of Mount Fuji, not far from Hakone. The mall features around 300 stores and restaurants, a food court, a 50 meter high Ferris wheel, a hotel and a public hot spring bath.
  • Transfer to Hotel and check-in
  • Dinner at Hotel

Overnight in Tokyo.

  • IYASHI NO SATO stands on the site of a former farming village on the western shores of Lake Saiko. The village was destroyed by a landslide during a typhoon in 1966. Forty years later the village’s traditional thatched roofed houses were reconstructed and reopened as an open air museum and traditional craft village where people can learn about the culture and try out and purchase different local handicrafts.
  • Lunch at local restaurant
  • Solat at Fujikawaguchiko
  • FUJITEN SNOW RESORT is a small ski resort along the northern base of Mount Fuji in the Fuji Five Lakes region. Fujiten is the larger of two ski resorts on Mount Fuji and offers good facilities and views of the mountain.
  • Transfer to ATAMI, a coastal resort complete with hot springs, Atami has been a favorite vacation spot for Tokyoites dating back to Tokugawa Ieyasu.
  • Dinner at local restaurant

Overnight in Atami.

  • KUWAZU a small town on the east coast of the Izu Peninsula is famous for early cherry blossom viewing in Japan. When February arrives, everything sounds peaceful and exciting to the locals as they still keep waiting to see the early blossoms of Kawazuzakura. Yes, they eagerly wait for it until few buds of the trees are in full bloom. The festival usually takes place annually from early February to early March.
  • Lunch at local restaurant
  • HAKONE is part of the Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park. Famous for hot springs, natural beauty and the view across Lake Ashinoko of nearby Mount Fuji, Hakone is one of the most popular destinations among Japanese and international tourists looking for a break from Tokyo.
  • LAKE ASHI CRUISE (25min cruise, single journey)
  • Dinner at local restaurant

Overnight at Yokohama.

  • YAMASHITA PARK is a public park that stretches about 750 meters along Yokohama’s waterfront. The park is about a hundred meters wide, and consists mostly of open green space. It was constructed after the Great Kanto Earthquake of 1923.
  • MINATO MIRAI 21 is a seafront district in Yokohama on the city’s port. While many tall office buildings fill the area, the port is one of the population’s favorite destinations thanks to its numerous shopping malls, museums, and a couple of green spaces ideal for relaxation with a view on Yokohama Bay.
  • Lunch at local restaurant
  • Solat at Yokohama Mosque
  • Transfer to Tokyo via SHINKANSEN (48mins, single journey)
  • ASAKUSA TEMPLE or Sensoji Temple is a place where you can take in that good old Edo atmosphere. It is a must-see spot when visiting Tokyo. With the Kaminarimon and the five-storied pagoda, as well as the busy side streets and specialty shops of NAKAMISE-DORI street, there’s so much to see and do!
  • Dinner at local restaurant.

Overnight at Tokyo.

  • HARAJUKU is the center of Japan’s most extreme teenage cultures and fashion styles, but also offers shopping for adults and some historical sites of interest. The focal point of Harajuku’s teenage culture is TAKESHITA-DORI (Takeshita Street) and its side streets, which are lined by many trendy shops, fashion boutiques, used clothes stores, crepe stands and fast food outlets geared towards the fashion and trend-conscious teens.
  • SHIBUYA CROSSING is one of Tokyo’s most recognizable sights, pictured in countless films, magazines and blogs. During its busiest times, an estimated 1,000 to 2,500 people forge their way across this intersection every two minutes, enough to quickly fill up a football stadium.
  • Lunch at local restaurant
  • Solat at Tokyo Mosque
  • AMEYOKO STREET is a busy market street along the Yamanote Line tracks between Okachimachi and Ueno stations. Various products such as clothes, bags, cosmetics, fresh fish, dried food and spices are sold along Ameyoko.
  • AKIHABARA also called Akiba after a former local shrine, is a district in central Tokyo that is famous for its many electronics shops and has also gained recognition as the center of Japan’s otaku (diehard fan) culture. Many shops and establishments devoted to anime and manga are dispersed among the electronic stores in the district.
  • Dinner at local restaurant.

Overnight in Tokyo.

  • TSUKIJI OUTER MARKET is a district adjacent to the site of the former Tsukiji Wholesale Market. It consists of a few blocks of wholesale and retail shops, as well as restaurants crowded along narrow lanes. Here you can find fresh and processed seafood and produce alongside food-related goods such as knives.
  • GINZA is home to two historic department stores — Mitsukoshi, founded in 1673, and Matsuya, founded in 1869. They remain today and are great places to visit if you’re seeking a quintessential Japanese shopping experience. Both feature a range of Japanese goods and brands, making them the perfect place to find chic souvenirs.
  • ODAIBA PARK is on the edge of Tokyo Bay and provides excellent views of the metropolis from the manmade beach. Spot Tokyo Tower and the Rainbow Bridge, both particularly impressive after dark. The park is also a hotspot for seaside sports such as paddle boarding and windsurfing, and the sand and shore are great places to relax after visiting the shopping malls nearby.
  • Dinner at local restaurant.

Transfer to airport for onward journey home.

Arrival Kuala Lumpur.

  • Return flight ticket economy on Malaysia Airlines
  • 30kg baggage allowance
  • Return airport taxes
  • 5 nights accommodation in local 3* hotels
  • Fullboard Halal meals as per itinerary
  • Entrance fees as per itinerary
  • Private transportation
  • Services of English speaking guide
  • Services of Tour Manager from Fairys Holiday
  • Tipping for local guide & driver
  • Travel Insurance
  • Travel Simcard
  • Entrance to other sites note mentioned in the itinerary
  • Peak season surcharges
  • Porterage, laundry and minibar at the hotel
  • Excess baggage
  • Other items nor mentioned in the itinerary
  • Minimum 20 pax to go
  • Rate is valid based on departure date stated
  • Maximum hotel room occupancy is 3A OR 2A + 1C
  • Infant between 0-24 months are required to pay for Airfare only
  • Children rate applies to those between 3 to 11 years only
  • Standard Terms & Conditions apply


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