See the extraordinary beauty of nature and the temples of Nikko. . Try the tastiest sushi, sashimi and famous sake in the best sushi bars. . See Mount Fuji! . Enjoy the beauty of lakes Assi and Chusengji. . Swimming in a hot spring. . See the historic city of Kamakura. . .

The Most Magical Places in Japan

Hi! Do you want to plunge into the atmosphere of Japan and see something extraordinary? You're in here! This trip will take you to four places at once - Tokyo, Nikko, Hakone and Yokohama. Everything is here: a lot of Shinto temples and sanctuaries, parks and lakes, hot springs, and also you have a unique chance to taste real Japanese cuisine. An amazing combination of beautiful nature and cultural wealth awaits you here. The script has all the details of the route up to the working hours of restaurants and cafes, as well as the main information about the attractions and natural objects of interest. The route is designed in such a way that you will be most comfortable to move from place to place by car. That's it. (Laughs) 1) reduce the time for relocation; 2) will get rid of a large number of tourists in public transport; 3) will help to orientate better in the terrain and literally see everything! Because you can go wherever you want to go.) Oh, yeah, your photos taken in these places will please absolutely everyone.)

The Most Magical Places in Japan

7 days itinerary by Viktoria Afanaseva - Uninhabited Nature, History and Culture - Car, 4 Hotels

Road Trip Categories: Uninhabited Nature, History and Culture

Day 1: The beginning of the journey is Odaiba, Tokyo.

Our starting point is Tokyo, Odaiba Peninsula. From here we'll go to the 3 most wonderful places in Japan. Don't forget to visit one of the local Japanese restaurants and walk the brightly lit streets of Tokyo!
Visiting: Tokyo

Day 2: Nikko

The trip will begin with a visit to Nikko National Park, the pearl of Japan. Who hasn't seen Nikko like that, doesn't know what Kikko is (Kikko means "beauty"). In the park you'll see the legendary Shinkyo Red Bridge, and in the end you'll see the Shinto shrine of Tose-gu.
Visiting: Nikko, Tokyo

Day 3: Closer to Lake Chosenji!

On the way to the famous Lake Chusengji you will visit the observation deck, where you can enjoy the beautiful scenery from afar. The next stop is the Italian embassy and the park - a real dive into the era of the time. On the way we admire another beautiful Buddhist temple, have a delicious lunch in the restaurant Maple, and at the end we walk along the spacious paths of the nature reserve. The route runs along Lake Chuzenji, so you can admire it from anywhere!
Visiting: Nikko

Day 4: Moving to Hakone!

Our third place to visit is Hakone. It is another great place to enjoy the cultural richness and feel the fusion with nature. The main targets today are Lake Ashi and Mount Fuji.
Visiting: Hakone, Nikko, Yokohama, Miyanoshita

Day 5: Another day in Hakone

A day of aesthetic pleasure in an open museum and relaxation in a hot spring - what could be more beautiful?)
Visiting: Hakone, Yokohama, Odawara

Day 6: Yokohama and the ancient capital of Japan, Kamakura

This day is no less busy and includes a visit to the historic town of Kamakura with many temples and parks, and you will enjoy the beauty of the beaches and see Yokohama from almost a bird's eye view;)
Visiting: Yokohama, Kamakura, Fujisawa, Hakone

Day 7: Returning to Tokyo

That's where our journey ends. If you have time before your flight, then be sure to walk through the streets of Tokyo, because there's so much to see :)
Visiting: Tokyo, Yokohama