Travel on Tokyo's subways, trains, and buses to explore this paradoxical maze, squeezing as much as possible into eight days.
|This Fully Escorted,
Land-Only Tour in Tokyo* Includes:
All for Only $1,395!
Designed for anyone who is active, curious, and adventurous – this tour is about experiencing Tokyo’s energy and excitement. It starts as we travel by train to our lodging, a clean and pleasant Japanese Hotel.
Using the hotel as our base of operations, we will travel on Tokyo’s subways, trains, and buses to explore this enticing maze of paradoxes: fascinating ancient traditions colliding with a future going full tilt.
In addition to its comprehensive itinerary and exceptional price, another aspect which makes this tour unique is its size – a maximum of fifteen participants. This allows us to include many options not available on larger motor coach tours, and gives each participant a much more complete experience of Japanese culture.
The Amazing Tokyo tour is offered on the following dates:
(Note: participants coming from the Americas must depart one day earlier)
Price: $1,395 per person (double occupancy) Single Supplement - $210.00; Twin Supplement - $100.00 (Deposit of $500 is due upon registration; remaining balance of $895 is due sixty days prior to commencement of the tour.)
**Tour price includes breakfast each morning plus other meals listed as "Included" in the itinerary.
To register now for Amazing Tokyo
• Register Online
• Download Registration Form Here (Acrobat PDF file). Please print out the registration form, fill out the information and mail it to AdelsmanTours.
*Please note: this is a Land-only tour; you are responsible for getting to and from Japan. Steve (or one of his associates) will meet you as you emerge from Customs at Narita Airport in Tokyo on the Tour Commencement Date. Flights from North America always depart a day earlier, since you "lose a day" crossing the International Date Line.
If you are considering arriving at Haneda Airport, or have other plans for arriving in Tokyo, please discuss this with Steve as early as possible. Some flights into Haneda arrive at very inconvenient times (which is probably one reason they are usually cheaper)