Tokyo 5 days luxury trip

5 Days

“Embark on an unforgettable adventure in Tokyo, a vibrant metropolis blending ancient traditions with futuristic innovation, during this immersive 5-day journey.”

What you will get?

  • Round-trip flights & Rental car

  • 5 nights in handpicked accommodations

  • 5 breakfasts

  • 2 premium dinners

  • 24/7 support

  • All entrance/admission fees are included in the packag


  • Sequence Miyashita Park
  • Shibuya Crossing
  • Hachiko Memorial Statue
  • Shibuya Sky
  • Miyashita Park


We recommend a relaxed schedule for the first day, as you may feel tired just after arriving. Even if you explore the city casually, you can still experience the beauty of Tokyo! One of our favorite neighborhoods in the city is Shimokitazawa, a trendy and laid-back part of Tokyo lined with antique stores, craft cafes, bakeries, live performance studios, galleries, bookstores, and izakaya bars. Interesting fact: Did you know that Shimokitazawa is known as Japan's "curry district"? They even hold an annual curry festival every October. If you're here at lunchtime, you can eat at one of the curry restaurants, and there's even a restaurant that serves curry and spiced ice cream!

Explore both sides of Tokyo in one day - one side of the city's well-preserved traditions and culture; the other is futuristic and trendy. Whether you love historical sites or modern art, Tokyo is the best. Here are the itineraries you can add to the next day:

Visit Meiji Shrine: Dedicated to the first emperor of modern Japan, Tokyo's Meiji Shrine is a must-see in Tokyo. This popular tourist attraction encompasses spacious shrine grounds and tranquil walking paths, a forested area of 100,000 trees, old shrine buildings, and the newly opened Meiji Shrine Museum.
Strolling through the traditional Asakusa district Asakusa: For a taste of old Tokyo, then head to Asakusa. Known for its popular Asakusa Temple and Nakamise Shopping Street (a vibrant street lined with stalls selling local snacks and tourist souvenirs), Asakusa is easy to get to and fun to explore. This district is also the center of traditional Japanese cultural festivals and events, so if you're lucky, you'll come across one. If you want to take pictures with more style, you may want to consider

Enjoy the fresh air at Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden: Shinjuku Gyoen is one of Tokyo's largest and most popular parks. Visitors go here for relaxing strolls, picnics under the trees, etc., or to escape the busy and noisy city. If you visit in the spring or fall, bring your mat and snacks to picnic under the cherry blossom or maple trees.

You haven't been to Tokyo without visiting Disneyland! Tokyo has two Disneyland parks - Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySeaport. These parks have their own charm, with unique attractions and rides for all ages.
If you prefer the classic Disney theme park experience, then Disneyland is more for you; if you want to try a unique Disneyland with more adult-friendly amenities, you'll love the equally fantastic Disney Sea. Time permitting, we recommend going to both! 🏰

Mount Fuji is one of the most iconic symbols of Japan and a location that many people add to their wish lists. If you're planning a trip to Tokyo and want to see the majestic mountain up close, consider taking a day trip to Mount Fuji. Or if you're more adventurous, you can easily get here by train, bus or car! Most of these modes of transportation take only 2 to 3 hours to reach! Today's tour includes destinations at Mount Fuji 5th Station, Gotemba Premium Outlets, Hakone Town Hakone, a ride on the Hakone Ropeway Cable Car, and a cruise on the Hakone Pirate Ship.

Start your last day at Toyosu Fish Market (an alternative to the famous Tsukiji Fish Market)! This huge wholesale market specializes in selling seafood, fruits, vegetables, etc. The fish market is famous for its morning tuna auction, so if you're an early riser, experience it!
The daily tuna auction is held between 5.30 AM and 6.30 AM and can be viewed from the viewing windows along the corridor facing the auction area. If you like seafood, you can also enjoy fresh seafood at the many restaurants in the market, ranging from sushi to ramen. We recommend getting there early, as most restaurants close by 2 PM. After the fish market, take a 20-minute train ride to Odaiba Odaiba, an interesting hotspot located on the man-made island of Tokyo Bay. This breezy waterfront area offers a range of recreational activities for men, women, and children of all ages.

Includes and Excludes

Includes and Excludes

  • Airfare, totel, 6 dinners, transit to and from the airport, excursions, museum and landmark admission, travel insurance
  • - Transit around the city excluding
Is this trip refundable?

This trip is refundable for 24 hours after booking.

What happens if I get sick?

If you get sick and are unable to travel, we can refund your trip by 50% with your travel insurance.

How do I get to the airport?

You’ll have to arrange transit to and from your hometown airport, but we’ll be at your destination airport waiting to take you to and from your hotel!

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Tokyo 5 days luxury trip
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From $3,500 $3,270
/ Adult