5 Days trip in Japan

Budget: 1300 USD - 3000 USD Beach activities City sightseeing Cultural experiences Festivals/events Food exploration Historical landmarks Outdoor adventures Nightlife Shopping Wildlife exploration Spa and wellness retreats
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Japan is a captivating country with a unique blend of tradition and modernity. Its breathtaking landscapes, rich history, and warm hospitality make it a must-visit destination for travelers. From the bustling streets of Tokyo to the serene temples of Kyoto, Japan offers a diverse range of experiences that leave a lasting impression.

General Infomation

Exchange Rate of 1 USD to JPY
JST (Japan Standard Time, GMT +0900)
Best Way to Get Around

Day 1

  1. Tsukiji Fish Market

    120 minutes

    Experience the hustle and bustle of the world's largest seafood market and taste some of the freshest sushi in Japan.

  2. Meiji Shrine

    90 minutes

    Explore the beautiful and peaceful grounds of one of Japan's most important Shinto shrines dedicated to Emperor Meiji and Empress Shoken.

  3. Golden Gai

    180 minutes

    Get lost in the narrow alleys of this tiny bar district that's been a hub of Tokyo's counterculture for decades.

Day 2

  1. Shibuya Crossing

    30 minutes

    Join the famous scramble at the world's busiest intersection and take in the neon lights of Shibuya.

  2. Todoroki Ravine

    120 minutes

    Escape the city bustle and hike through this beautiful hidden gem of a forest gorge with waterfalls and ancient shrines.

  3. Robot Restaurant

    120 minutes

    Experience the ultimate in kawaii culture at this theatrical spectacular with giant robots, neon lights, and dancing girls.

Day 3

  1. Sensoji Temple

    90 minutes

    Explore the oldest and most significant Buddhist temple in Tokyo, with a beautiful shopping street and lively festivals year-round.

  2. Tokyo National Museum

    180 minutes

    Discover the rich history and culture of Japan through its ancient art and artifacts showcased in one of the world's foremost museums.

  3. Kabukicho

    180 minutes

    Experience the seedy and fascinating underbelly of Tokyo's famous red-light district with its neon lights, hostess bars, and quirky shops.

Day 4

  1. Odaiba

    180 minutes

    Soak up the sun on one of Tokyo's rare man-made beaches, explore modern architecture and shopping malls, and take in a giant Gundam robot.

  2. Edo-Tokyo Museum

    120 minutes

    Step back in time and admire the impressive replica buildings, exhibits, and artifacts of Edo, Tokyo's former name, from the Samurai era to modern times.

  3. Vogue Lounge

    120 minutes

    Unwind and groove to jazz at this chic rooftop lounge with stunning views of Tokyo Tower and the city lights.

Day 5

  1. Akihabara

    180 minutes

    Immerse yourself in otaku culture and shop for electronics, anime, manga, and cosplay in the vibrant and eclectic district of Akihabara.

  2. Ginza

    180 minutes

    Indulge in high-end shopping and dining at Tokyo's most fashionable and upscale district, with designer boutiques and Michelin-starred restaurants.

  3. Roppongi Hills

    180 minutes

    Enjoy a bird's eye view of Tokyo from the Mori Tower observation deck, dine at one of the many international restaurants, and party at one of the hip clubs in this buzzing area.

Estimated Cost (USD)


20-50 USD per night
80-150 USD per night
50-100 USD per night


1-2 USD per ride
15-30 USD per ride
JR Pass (5 days)
250 USD


Street food
5-10 USD per meal
Local restaurants
10-20 USD per meal
Fancy restaurants
50+ USD per meal


Historical landmarks entrance fee
5-15 USD per attraction
Cultural experiences
20-50 USD per activity
Spa and wellness retreats
100+ USD per treatment

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