Tokyo Family Tours 2019/2020

2 Family Tours with 92 Reviews

  • Discover Tokyo, where dazzling neon lights are only the beginning.
  • Bask in the soothing waters of an onsen in Hakone.
  • Food lovers rejoice! From the tiny sushi stalls in the back streets of Tokyo to the shotengai of Kyoto, your leader will help you and your family navigate Japan's dizzying cuisine options.
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  • Starts Tokyo, Japan
  • Ends Kyoto

Japan Family Holiday

12 day family tour to Tokyo, Hakone and 2 other destinations travelling through Japan and Jordan. Read More
  • Operator Intrepid Travel Active 4 hours ago
  • Tour Type Group Tour
  • Activities Family
  • Accommodation Hotel
  • Transport Train, Private Vehicle & Boat
  • Age Range 5 to 99 years old
SaveUS$ 722
From US$ 4,430 US$ 3,987 12 days View Tour
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Aug 4 Only 8 seats left
Sep 22 10+ seats left
  • Explore temples in Kyoto and discover futuristic Tokyo.
  • Take a Samurai lesson and practise some classic swordplay.
  • Hands-on calligraphy, drumming and cookery experiences.
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  • Starts Kyoto, Japan
  • Ends Kyoto, Japan

Japan Adventure Family Holiday

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A thoroughly inspiring tour of Kyoto, Hiroshima, Hakone and Tokyo featuring wonderful activities from Japanese cooking lessons, to drumming, Samurai ...
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From US$ 5,149 12 days View Tour
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Aug 18 Only 8 seats left
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Tokyo Tour Reviews

4.7 - Excellent Based on 92 customer reviews
Excellent Reviewed Tour: Discover Japan
Thomas Zebrasky From USA
5 - Excellent
Very Good Reviewed Tour: Japan Adventure
Barry Hill From Australia
4 - Very Good
“Very Good”
Best trip! Reviewed Tour: Grand Tour of Japan
James And Jane From USA
4 - Very Good
“This tour is very comprehensive. We felt we had a true Japanese experience. It was great to stay in the true ryokan and have an onsen available for our use. We were very happy that we were able to meet with the maikos and learn about them. Riding the bullet train, attending a kimono show and being immersed in the Japanese culture was a truly rewarding experience.x”
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