7 Days trip in Japan

Budget: 3000 USD - 3000 USD City sightseeing Cultural experiences Festivals/events Food exploration Historical landmarks Outdoor adventures
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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)
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Day 1

  1. Tsukiji Fish Market

    120 minutes

    Explore and taste the freshest seafood in Japan at the world's largest fish market.

  2. Senso-ji Temple

    90 minutes

    Visit Tokyo's oldest temple and soak in the traditional Edo-era atmosphere of Asakusa.

  3. Shinjuku Golden Gai

    180 minutes

    Stroll through Shinjuku's narrow alleys and explore the hidden gems of Golden Gai, a district known for its vibrant nightlife and top-notch food.

Day 2

  1. Tsukiji Hongan-ji Temple

    60 minutes

    Discover the unique architecture and history of this Buddhist temple, which was built using reclaimed materials from the original Tsukiji fish market.

  2. TeamLab Borderless Museum

    120 minutes

    Step into a world of mesmerizing digital art and immerse yourself in the interactive exhibits of one of Tokyo's most awe-inspiring museums.

  3. Robot Restaurant

    150 minutes

    Experience an unforgettable night of flashy robots, neon lights and Japanese-style entertainment at this unique and quirky restaurant in Shinjuku.

Day 3

  1. Fushimi Inari Shrine

    120 minutes

    Hike up the famous vermilion torii gates and enjoy the stunning views of Kyoto from the top of Mt. Inari at this iconic Shinto shrine.

  2. Nishiki Market

    90 minutes

    Taste the local flavors and delicacies of Kyoto at this historic and lively market, also known as 'Kyoto's Kitchen'.

  3. Gion District

    120 minutes

    Stroll through the charming and picturesque streets of Gion, Kyoto's traditional entertainment district, and try to spot a geisha or maiko walking by.

Day 4

  1. Kinkaku-ji Temple

    90 minutes

    Admire the dazzling golden pavilion of Kinkaku-ji Temple, one of Kyoto's most iconic and popular attractions.

  2. Arashiyama Bamboo Grove

    90 minutes

    Take a peaceful walk through the serene and scenic bamboo forest of Arashiyama, and enjoy the natural beauty of Kyoto's outskirts.

  3. Pontocho Alley

    120 minutes

    Indulge in some of Kyoto's best food and drinks at Pontocho, a narrow and atmospheric alley known for its traditional restaurants and bars.

Day 5

  1. Tenryu-ji Temple

    120 minutes

    Visit the beautiful Tenryu-ji Temple, a UNESCO World Heritage site and one of the highest-ranked Zen temples in Kyoto.

  2. Nijo Castle

    90 minutes

    Step back into the Edo period and explore the fascinating Nijo Castle, a feudal fortification and an architectural marvel of Kyoto.

  3. Kiyamachi Street

    180 minutes

    Try some of Kyoto's best Izakaya cuisine and drinks at the stylish and hip restaurants along Kiyamachi Street, one of the city's liveliest nightlife districts.

Day 6

  1. Osaka Castle

    120 minutes

    Explore Osaka's most famous landmark and one of Japan's most iconic castles, the magnificent Osaka Castle, and enjoy the panoramic views of the city from its top floor.

  2. Dotonbori District

    120 minutes

    Experience the lively and colorful atmosphere of Osaka's food and entertainment district, Dotonbori, and try some of its famous street food and snacks.

  3. Shinsekai District

    150 minutes

    Stroll through the retro and charming streets of Shinsekai, a district known for its unique atmosphere, tasty foods, and the iconic Tsutenkaku Tower.

Day 7

  1. Nara Park

    180 minutes

    Meet the friendly and adorable deer of Nara Park, and marvel at the impressive temples and shrines that surround this natural and cultural wonder.

  2. Todai-ji Temple

    90 minutes

    Discover the greatness of Todai-ji Temple, one of Japan's largest wooden structures and home to the world's largest bronze statue of Buddha.

  3. Izakaya Dinner

    120 minutes

    Taste the flavors of Nara's local food and drinks at an authentic Izakaya restaurant, and share some sake and stories with the friendly locals.

Estimated Cost (USD)


20-30 USD per night
80-120 USD per night
50-80 USD per night


1-4 USD per ride
15-30 USD per ride
JR pass
235 USD for 7-day pass (unlimited rides on JR trains)


Street food
5-10 USD per meal
Budget restaurants
10-20 USD per meal
Fancy meal
50-100 USD per meal


Entrance fee for historical landmarks
5-20 USD per attraction
Cultural experiences (tea ceremony, kimono rental, etc)
30-70 USD per activity
Free to attend, but food and drink booths can range from 5-20 USD per item.

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