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About Japan

Japan is truly eternal; it is surely a place where ancient traditions are beautifully merged with modern life as it was the most natural thing in this world. The land of the rising sun features many temples and buildings from the past interspersed with modern achievements in architecture and technology. A majority of the historical sites and buildings in Japan are still used for their original purposes while the rest are open to the public. Japan tour packages offer travellers a glimpse into everything from majestic shrines and historical monuments to adventure spots ensuring you are busy with infinite things to do. Flamingo Transworld provides a variety of trips ranging from family tours to escorted Japan packages to luxury tours to Japan and China-Japan tours catering to senior citizens.

Popular Japan Tour Packages 

Japan Tour Packages



Simply Japan - Tokyo

3 Nights / 
4 Days

₹ 64,500 Onwards

Discover Japan

7 Nights / 8 Days

₹ 2,00,880 Onwards

Scenic Beauty - Cherry Blossom Japan

8 Nights / 
9 Days

₹ 2,65,020 Onwards

Experience Japan with Alpine Route

9 Nights / 
10 Days

₹ 2,70,940 Onwards

Extravagant China Japan

12 Nights / 13 Days

₹ 1,55,800 Onwards

Check out Japan Packages from different Indian destinations: Japan tour packages from Ahmedabad, Japan tour packages from Mumbai, Japan tour packages from Delhi. Flamingo Transworld also offers a range of theme packages to Japan like:a luxury tours to Japn, China-Japan Senior Citizen tours and lot more.Flamingo Transworld has partnered with a  wide range of hotels, resorts and villas, spas to offer world class activities. Japan is a shopping paradise with an endless string of stores selling everything from traditional souvenirs and local food to the latest in electronics featuring some of the latest brands. Both domestic and foreign brands are represented here and they have stores fit for all budgets, from the 100 yen shops to high-end fashion boutiques and department stores. Japan tourstakes tourists through unexpectedly gorgeous landscapes, courteous local people, and cherished traditions. Major attractions here are Golden Pavilion, Mount Fuji, Tokyo Imperial Palace, Tokyo Tower, Todaji Temple, Great Buddha of Kamakura and more.  Flamingo Transworld has perfect Japan Tour Packages for you to plan you dream holiday. Check out Japan hotels on Flamingo’s Hotel Portal which offers a wide range of options to choose from. 

How to Reach Japan

Japan is mostly well connected to major countries in the world by air and flying to Japan is the easiest way to reach this fabulous country. 

Travelling to Japan by Air

Japan is very well-connected with the rest of the world by air. It is operated by major global airlines and almost all countries have direct or indirect flights to and from Japan. Some of the major airports of the country are Tokyo’s Narita Airport and Haneda Airport, and Osaka’s Kansai Airport. Narita Airport provides services for most global destinations along with a number of domestic flights earning the airport the moniker - gateway of Japan. Once you land at any of these airports, it is a breeze to get to nearby cities. 

From Mumbai, Jet Airways and All Nippon Airways operate direct flights to Japan. The connecting airlines from India to Japan are Air China, Air India, Bangkok Airways, Cathay Pacific, Emirates, and Etihad Airways. Accommodation in Japan varies, ranging from upscale hotels to traditional ryokans.

Places to Visit in Japan

Every place in Japan has its own charm and is brimming with rich culture and heritage. From epic adventures to crazy experiences Japan is home to some of the best places to visit outside India. Pack your bags and get ready for the trip of a lifetime with authentic Japan toursfrom Flamingo Transworld.

Miyajima Island 

It is an island where Gods live together. Miyajima Island, a standout amongst the most picturesque spots in Japan, has for some time been viewed as an Island of Gods on the wonderful Seto Inland Sea. It is an idealistic and soulful island where Itsukushima Shrine - a World Heritage site - is located alongside the Virgin Forest of Mt. Misen and houses various preserved shrines and historical monuments.

Peace Memorial Park & Atomic Bomb Dome

Hiroshima’s Peace Memorial Park is one of the most well-known features of the city. Its trees, lawns and walking paths are in stark contrast to the surrounding downtown area. Before, the bomb blast the area of what is now the Peace Park was the political and commercial heart of the city. The park’s main attraction is the Peace Memorial Museum which consists of two buildings and the museum surveys the history of Hiroshima and the advent of the nuclear bomb.

Bhagwan Mahavir Swami Jain Temple

It is believed that there are only 3 Jain temples all over Japan. These are very small yet beautifully carved temples, most of them made of marble stone. The Kobe Jain Temple is said to be the most popular one in Japan and is located in the calm neighborhood of Kitanozaka, Kitano-cho in Kobe. It was built in 1985 by Indian businessmen. There is an Indian club too close by where cricket matches and Indian motion pictures are screened. This club has a history of almost 100 years.

Osaka Castle

Osaka Castle is one of the most famous landmarks in Japan, and for good reason too. The 5-storey castle is one of the most visually spectacular creations in the country, with a history that dates back almost 450 years. The castle is filled with inland parks and greenery. Enjoy your entire day here with your loved one underneath beautiful trees. It is also famous for its spectacular stone wall. 


It is the luxury shopping area in the heart of Tokyo. It is known to be the best and premium shopping places in Japan. Ginza has almost all types of luxury shopping brands. It is indeed an expensive place, but apart from this you will get all your favorite brands. Shopaholics, get ready to shop your heart out. Just make your trip worthwhile and cherish it all your life.

Tokyo Sky Tree

The Tokyo Sky Tree is a TV broadcasting tower and an architectural milestone of Tokyo. It is the focal point of the Tokyo Sky Tree Town in the Sumida City Ward. With a height of 634 meters, it is the tallest structure in Japan and the second tallest on the planet at the hour of its fulfillment. It was finished in 2012. An enormous shopping complex with aquarium is situated at its base. 

Things to do in Japan

Japan is indeed everyone’s favorite country that never fails to impress travelers. It offers literally all those things to dothat are on the top of your bucket list. Some of must-do activities include:

Enjoy 4 Seasons at Japanese Gardens 

Japanese gardens are temporal in nature, unlike gardens elsewhere which wear the same look all through the year except for the blooming season. Japan’s gardens, much like their cultural traditions, festivals and even poetry, are designed to change in keeping with the four major seasons – spring, summer, fall and winter. Visit a garden in the island nation to see the careful selection of plants and how the planning embraces the transient nature of beauty. 

Wander through Arashiyama Bamboo Forest 

The serene Arashiyama Bamboo Forest is a natural forest where towering bamboo groves reach for the sky, making for a picture-perfect backdrop. The path through the forest is open all day and is a short walk from Arashiyama train station. It is ideal to visit early in the morning to avoid crowds and bask in the sunlight as it illuminates the greens. The forest is particularly attractive during the fall and cherry blossom seasons.

Walk through the Rainbow Bridge 

Driving across the Rainbow Bridge is the usual way of getting from Shibaura Pier to Odaiba waterfront in Minato, Tokyo, or vice versa. The traffic is generally heavy but there’s a dedicated pedestrian walkway alongside the traffic lanes that you can traverse on foot. The time taken to go from one side to the other is about half an hour where you can take in some stunning views of the city. 

Attend a baseball game

You will never experience a dull moment at a Japanese baseball game and while you may go deaf from the high decibel cheering, attending one game is highly recommended. Despite being introduced to the Japanese by Americans, the sport in Japan is a lot more different in how it is played. Some teams have their own special encouraging traditions plastic baseball bats clap to the beat and jet balloons are released – it is quite a spectacle to watch.

Best Time to Visit Japan

Japan is a country that significantly prides itself on having four unique seasons. Because of its ever-shifting atmosphere and topography, as the seasons change so does the nearby culture, which brings out various aspects of the nation's character. 

March-May (Spring)

Best time to visit Japan is during springtime when Japan’s iconic cherry blossoms come into bloom and fall in gentle showers of white and pink sakura petals. This is the season when people gather for hanami (blossom viewing) picnics, spreading a picnic sheet beneath the cherry blossom trees to share food and plenty of alcohol. 

June to August (summer)

With high humidity, summer time may not initially seem like the best time of year to visit, but it’s also one of the most stimulating seasons to visit Japan. That’s because summer is the season for street festivals, outdoor beer gardens and stunning firework displays.

June to mid-July (Rainy Season)

The period from early June to mid-July is known as tsuyu, or the 'stormy season' in Japan. This is the season when Japan sees the majority of its yearly precipitation, and you can anticipate that the climate should be shady and cloudy for about a whole month. 

Late August and a majority of September are high tropical storm seasons in Japan, with substantial breezes and rains. A tropical storm can damage even the otherwise punctual rail networks. An episode of tropical storms and rain occur in  September. The fall season which occurs from October to late November is Japan's most astounding season, when the maple trees explode into a scope of incredible colors.

December- February (winter)

During the wintertime, Japan becomes a playground for skiers and snowboarders. The country’s renowned powder snow, nicknamed ‘Japow’ by many enthusiasts, has earned Japan a reputation as the ‘Swiss Alps of Asia’.


Frequently asked questions about Japan Tour Packages

How to reach Japan from India?

Japan is well-associated with the rest of the world via air. It is adjusted by major worldwide airlines and practically all nations have immediate or backhanded flights to and fro Japan. Some of the significant air terminals of the nation are Tokyo's Narita Airport and Haneda Airport, and Osaka's Kansai Airport. When you land at any of these air terminals, it is convenient to get into the closest urban communities.

ANA, Sri Lankan Airlines and Japan Airlines fly the most as often as possible from India to Japan. The most famous route is New Delhi to Tokyo, and Sri Lankan Airlines, Japan Airlines and Air Canada fly this course the most.

When is it a good time to visit Japan?

Pre-summer (March to May) and late fall (September to November) are commonly the best times to visit Japan, when there is little rainfall, skies are clear, and temperatures are gentle. Likewise, the sensitive cherry bloom of spring and striking shades of fall leaves are outwardly dazzling.

How far is Japan from India?

Distance from India to Japan is 5,968 kilometers. This air travel distance is equivalent to 3,708 miles. The air travel (bird fly) briefest distance between India and Japan is 5,968 km= 3,708 miles. If you travel by plane (which has a normal speed of 560 miles) from India to Japan, then it takes 6.62 hours to reach the destination.

Which is the cheapest month to travel to Japan?

March to May and September to October is the best time to visit Japan. Japan has four specific seasons: winter, spring, summer and harvest time. Over winter the temperatures can dive to 0℃, making it ideal for winter sports anyway less for visiting.

Summers are tormented with a four-week-broad stretch of rainfall among June and August so are best avoided except in case you're around the neighborhood for a mid-year festivity or to brush the retreat town of Okinawa, which lands at temperatures of 28–31℃ during this time. The north generally experiences cooler temperatures than the south.

Pinnacle periods in Japan join April due to cherry blossom season, June and August because of the pre-summer event time, and December to March as a result of snow season.

On the off chance that you're attempting to keep up a certain distance from the gatherings, it's optimal to avoid these months and activities.

Do Indian citizens need a visa for Japan?

All Indian citizens require a visa to visit Japan. Individuals of certain countries (or from certain areas) needn't bother with a visa if their time of remain in Japan is 90 days or less and they won't be occupied with pay procuring exercises.

Is Japan costlier than India?

Japan is 2.9 times costlier than India.

How long should a Japan tour be?

If you are lucky enough to get a long holiday, then a Japan tour should be planned for 8 to 12 days. In this duration, you can pretty much cover most of the famous places to visit and experience the best things to do.

How can I spend 10 days in Japan?

Here are the perfect 10 days itinerary for Cherry Blossom Season in Japan.

Day 1: Reach Tokyo

Day 2: Explore Tokyo with sightseeing like Asakusa Temple, Tokyo sky tree, Team Lab – Digital Art Museum and more.

Day 3: In Tokyo explore UENO & Chidorigafuchi Park for Cherry Blossom Viewing, Aqualine –Umihotaru, experience Strawberry Picking, etc.

Day 4: Depart for Hakone from Tokyo. Enjoy Lake Ashi Cruise, Owakudani Valley & Hakone Ropeway, etc.

Day 5: Depart for Hiroshima. Visit Peace Memorial Park and Museum.

Day 6: In Hiroshima visit Miyajima Island and Hondori shopping.

Day 7: Depart for Osaka Kyoto and explore Kyoto –Kinkakuji Temple (Golden Pavilion), Philosophers path, Nijo Castle & Tea Ceremony

Day 8: Day trip to Kyoto and explore Fushimi Inari Shrine, Arashiyama bamboo groove & Arashiyama romantic train. Later enjoy Fushimi Canal Boat Ride.

Day 9: Day trip to Kobe, visit Mt. Rokko, Jain temple Kobe and Naruto Whirlpool.  

Day 10: Day Trip to Nara. Visit Todaji Temple, Deer Park, and Osaka Castle. Overnight in Osaka and the next day depart for India.

What is Japan famous for?

Japan Is celebrated for its astounding history, Mt Fuji, unmatched innovation and Samurais. A significant number of those appear to have been addressed as of now, but current-day Japan is getting celebrated for some different things too like Anime, Sushi, Sumo, and Cherry Blossoms. The destination boasts more than a dozen UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

Japanese food is something one must taste when on Japan tour.The Japanese culinary professionals are very aggressive about their craft and ingredients. Here you will get to taste some of world’s best pizzas, pastries, coffee, cocktails, curries etc.  

Japan boasts endless list of attractions, things to see and do, and plenty to explore.

When is the Cherry Blossom season in Japan?

On Japan's southern, subtropical islands of Okinawa, cherry blossoms open as ahead of schedule as of January, while on the northern island of Hokkaido, they sprout as late as May. In most significant urban areas in between, including Tokyo, Kyoto, and Osaka, the cherry blossom season normally happens toward the end of March.Japan's cherry blossom forecast for 2020 will be released around February 2020. To plan your trip in advance you can refer the forecast of 2019. Tokyo’s CherryBlossoms began opening on 21st March 2019. 27th March 2019 was when the bloom was on peak.

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Does it snow in Tokyo?

In the common year, Tokyo gets just a couple of days of light snowfall, and the snow rarely stays on the ground for more than a couple of days, on the off chance that it gathers by any means. The best time to visit these cold d.estinations is in January and February when the snow is at its most profound.

Japan Tour Guide - Places To Visit / Best Time To Travel / Things To Do / Activities
Japan is known as one of the world’s most advanced industrialized nations. The destination boasts rich and fascinating history, spectacular cathedrals, Buddhist temples and more. It is a unique blend of traditional and modern architecture and technology. The natural beauty of Japan can be seen all year. Japan Tour Packages feature Japanese history and culture with a glimpse of future through technological developments.  

Here is a list of places which must be on your bucket list for Japan Tour: 

  • Mount Fuji:  Mount Fuji is the highest mountain in Japan and without a doubt is Japan’s most recognizable landmark. The mountain for centuries is celebrated in art and literature and now is considered an icon that UNESCO recognized it as world cultural significance in 2013. Mount Fuji is climbed by more than a million people each summer as an act of pilgrimage that culminates in watching the sunrise. 

  • Tokyo Imperial Palace: The Imperial Palace is Tokyo’ most famous landmarks with beautiful 17th-century gardens surrounded by walls and moats. It functions as an administration center and museum to showcase Japanese art and history. 

  • Historic Kyoto: Kyoto is one of Japan’s most visited cities which attract more than 10 million visitors annually to explore fine old streets and architecture. It is also known as the cultural center of Japan as it features many museums, art galleries, important sculptures, paintings and other art forms. 

  • Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park: The Hiroshima Peace Memorial is a haunting tribute to the lives lost when the atomic bomb was dropped on Hiroshima on August 6, 1945. The park highlights the Peace Memorial Museum with its numerous exhibits dealing with the issue of world peace and also grounds and gardens with their colorful cherry blossoms.

  • Tokyo Tower: The Tokyo Tower is a testament to the advancement of technology and modern life which is inspired by the Eiffel tower design. It is the second tallest manmade structure in Japan and functions as a communications and observation tower. 
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