7 Days trip in Japan

Budget: 0 USD - 650 USD Food exploration
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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

    Have breakfast at Tsukiji Fish Market, the world's biggest fish auction market, and explore the market. You can try sushi, sashimi and other seafood delicacies.

  2. Ueno Park

    180 minutes

    Visit Ueno Park and its many attractions, such as the Tokyo National Museum, the Ueno Zoo, the Shinobazu Pond and the temples and shrines in the area.

  3. Sukiyabashi Jiro Roppongi

    90 minutes

    Dine at Sukiyabashi Jiro Roppongi, a sushi restaurant run by Jiro Ono's son. The restaurant has 10 seats and requires a reservation months in advance.

Day 2

  1. Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden

    120 minutes

    Visit Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden, a peaceful escape from the city with beautiful gardens and traditional architecture.

  2. Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building

    90 minutes

    Visit the observation decks of the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building for a stunning view of Tokyo's skyline.

  3. Ramen Street

    90 minutes

    Visit Ramen Street at Tokyo Station for a taste of some of the best ramen in Tokyo.

Day 3

  1. Meiji Shrine

    120 minutes

    Visit Meiji Shrine, a peaceful oasis in the midst of the bustling city, and learn about Shintoism, Japan's native religion.

  2. Harajuku

    180 minutes

    Explore the streets of Harajuku, a lively shopping district, and try some of the famous crepes, cotton candy and other street food.

  3. Shibuya Crossing

    60 minutes

    Experience the world's busiest pedestrian crossing at Shibuya Crossing and take in the neon lights and the energy of the bustling city.

Day 4

  1. Tsukishima Monja Street

    120 minutes

    Explore Tsukishima Monja Street and try some of the famous monja-yaki, a Tokyo-style pan-fried batter filled with various ingredients.

  2. Asakusa

    180 minutes

    Visit Asakusa, a historic district of Tokyo with the famous Senso-ji Temple, Nakamise Shopping Street and traditional performances.

  3. Golden Gai

    120 minutes

    Explore the narrow alleys of Golden Gai, a nightlife district with over 200 small bars and pubs, and try some of the local drinks and cuisine.

Day 5

  1. Imperial Palace

    120 minutes

    Visit the Imperial Palace, the residence of the Emperor of Japan and learn about its history and cultural significance.

  2. Ginza

    180 minutes

    Explore the high-end shopping district of Ginza, with its luxury boutiques, department stores and restaurants, and indulge in some shopping and gastronomy.

  3. Robot Restaurant

    90 minutes

    Experience the futuristic and thrilling Robot Restaurant, a one-of-a-kind attraction with robots, dancers, lasers and music.

Day 6

  1. Odaiba

    180 minutes

    Visit Odaiba, an artificial island with futuristic architecture, shopping malls, entertainment venues and the famous giant Gundam statue.

  2. TeamLab Borderless

    180 minutes

    Experience the immersive art installation of TeamLab Borderless, with its mesmerizing projections, lights and interactive spaces.

  3. Piss Alley

    120 minutes

    Explore the narrow alleys of Piss Alley, a nightlife district with many small bars, pubs and grilled meat restaurants, and try some of the local cuisine and drinks.

Day 7

  1. Shin-Okubo Koreatown

    120 minutes

    Visit Shin-Okubo Koreatown, a lively and colorful neighborhood with Korean restaurants, shops and music, and try some of the famous Korean dishes.

  2. Yoyogi Park

    180 minutes

    Relax and enjoy the beautiful nature of Yoyogi Park, one of the biggest parks in Tokyo, with its spacious lawns, ponds and forested areas.

  3. Shinjuku Kabukicho

    180 minutes

    Explore Shinjuku Kabukicho, Tokyo's most infamous nightlife district, with its many bars, clubs, restaurants and street food vendors.

Estimated Cost (USD)


15-25 (price per night in USD)
80-120 (price per night in USD)
30-80 (price per night in USD)


1-3 (estimated price per ride in USD)
Local Bus
1-2 (estimated price per ride in USD)
15-25 (estimated price for short distance ride in USD)


Street Food
5-10 (estimated price per meal in USD)
Mid-Range Restaurant
15-40 (estimated price per meal in USD)
Fine Dining
50-100 (estimated price per meal in USD)


Entrance fee for Tokyo Tower
10-15 (estimated price in USD)
Entrance fee for Tokyo Disneyland/Sea
60-80 (estimated price in USD)
Tea Ceremony Experience
20-30 (estimated price in USD)

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