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Japan is a land where tradition and modernity co-exist and peace. Visiting Japan is like stepping into a different dimension, where everything is done with precision, grace, and attention to detail. This is a country where you can enjoy some of the world's best cuisine, explore fascinating historical sites, and soak in natural hot springs, all in one trip. For those seeking a unique cultural experience, Japan is home to some of the world Read More

Japan is a land where tradition and modernity co-exist and peace. Visiting Japan is like stepping into a different dimension, where everything is done with precision, grace, and attention to detail. This is a country where you can enjoy some of the world's best cuisine, explore fascinating historical sites, and soak in natural hot springs, all in one trip. For those seeking a unique cultural experience, Japan is home to some of the world's most fascinating and enduring traditions, such as the tea ceremony, Kabuki theatre, and the ancient martial art of sumo wrestling. Japan's natural beauty is also something to behold. From the majestic Mount Fuji to the idyllic countryside and the stunning cherry blossom season, Japan is a nature lover's paradise. Japan is like a perfectly crafted bonsai tree, where every branch, leaf, and root is carefully nurtured to create a living work of art. Its cities are like bustling hives, where the energy is palpable, and the pace of life is exhilarating.

With our Japan holiday packages, you get to experience the best of this island nation in comfort.


Akbar Recommended Bestselling Japan Tour Packages

Package Name Nights/Days Price
Best of Japan 6N/7D Rs. 1,21,300
Essence of Japan 7N/8D Rs. 1,28,060
Classic Japan 8N/9D Rs. 1,57,640
Spirit of Japan 9N/10D Rs. 1,64,830
Contrasts of Japan 8N/9D Rs. 2,47,570
Wonders of Japan and Osaka 10N/11D Rs. 2,86,320


Best time to plan Japan Packages

With our Japan tour packages, you can experience the best of everything - beach time in Okinawa, a snowy weekend in Hokkaido and a picnic under cherry blossom trees in Tokyo.

As a country with an endless number of festivals and activities, there isn’t really a bad time to visit Japan. So make sure to check out our Japan tour packages from Mumbai if that is where you are based.

For the world-famous Cherry Blossoms, the best time to visit Japan is during the spring. Spring is known as the Sakura season and lasts from March to May and the weather is mild and pleasant.

If you are planning to visit Japan for its festivals, summertime will be the best for you. Lasting from June to August, it is going to be quite hot and humid. Make sure to pack a lot of light clothes and rain protection. The cherry on top will be that you will get to enjoy top tourist places without any big crowds.

Another time famous for food festivals and sumo tournaments is autumn. Lasting from September to November, you will get to see the landscape painted in yellow and orange. Autumn time can be quite a busy time for tourists.

The quietest of seasons is the winter time, lasting from December to February. While the snow-covered peaks make up for a good winter vacation, the other tourist places are quite calm. You get to explore the country to your heart’s content. If you are planning to cut down on your Japan trip cost from India, don’t forget to avail off-season discounts at hotels and inns. We have tour packages available from all major cities in India. If you are travelling from the Eastern part of India, you can check out our Japan tour package from Kolkata.


Experience included in our Japan Tour Packages


1.Mount Fuji

The highest peak in Japan, Mt. Fuji is a Japanese pilgrimage. Rising 3776 meters above the sea level, Fujisan is an iconic symbol of Japan. Considered a UNESCO heritage site, Mt. Fuji’s beauty is a source of inspiration for artists and writers. Fujisan is also famous for its hiking trail. If you are someone who enjoys climbing mountains, avail one of our Japan tour packages between July to September.


2.Sakura Season - the highlight of our Japan tour packages

One cannot think of Japan and not be reminded of the pink and white blooms of cherry trees. The spring brings upon the cherry blossom season in Japan and everything comes to life. The landscape gets covered in pink from late March to early May. The practice of viewing the flowers in an open space with a picnic set up is called Hanami. The best places in Japan to practice Hanami are Tokyo, Kyoto, Osaka and Hokkaido. The most famous Ueno Park in Tokyo has over 1000 Sakura trees and makes for a perfect picnic spot. And don’t forget to include Sakura-themed foods and drinks in your Japan tour packages from India.


3.Ryogoku: watch a Sumo Show

Ryogoku is a neighbourhood in Japan and is famous for its Sumo wrestling tradition worldwide. Sumo wrestling is a traditional sport that's been practised in Japan for over 1,500 years, and it's a fascinating spectacle to witness. For anyone interested in sumo wrestling, a visit to Ryogoku is a must. You can attend sumo tournaments at the Ryogoku Kokugikan, visit the sumo museum to learn more about the history of the sport, and watch the wrestlers train at the training stables. The Ryogoku Kokugikan hosts three sumo tournaments, or basho, each year, in January, May, and September. So make sure to include a trip to this neighbourhood in your Japan tour packages.


4.Kabuki Dance Show

Kabuki is a traditional dance-drama that originated in Japan in the early 17th century. It’s a combination of music, dance, and drama, and is performed by actors in elaborate costumes and makeup. The most famous kabuki theatre in Japan is the Kabuki-za, located in Tokyo's Ginza district. Kabuki shows are performed regularly at the Kabuki-za theatre in Tokyo and other theatres throughout Japan. You can purchase tickets in advance or on the day of the performance, and there are often English-language audio guides available. Even if you are not aware of Kabuki but are someone who is interested in musicals and theatre, do go for a show. If you are a connoisseur of dance forms and travelling from South India, then don’t forget to check out our Japan tour packages from Chennai.


5.Hot Water Bath

Make the most of your Japan trip cost from India with a relaxing session of hot water bath. Traditionally called Onsen, hot water baths are an important part of Japanese culture. There are over 3000 hot springs throughout the country. The minerals in the water are said to improve circulation, reduce stress, and even alleviate certain medical conditions. In addition to the therapeutic benefits, visiting an onsen is the perfect way to relax and unwind. Before entering the hot springs, you must remove their clothes and wash yourself thoroughly. Tattoos are generally not allowed in onsen, as they are associated with the yakuza, Japan's organized crime syndicate. There are several types of onsen, including indoor and outdoor hot springs, as well as private baths. Some onsens are also infused with other natural elements, such as sake, green tea, or even gold. Some popular onsen destinations include Hakone, which is known for its stunning views of Mount Fuji, and Beppu, which has the largest number of hot springs in Japan.


6.Geisha Dance Show

The geisha dance show is a traditional and elegant performance that's unique to Japan. Geisha are female entertainers who have been a part of Japanese culture for centuries. Geisha performances typically include traditional Japanese dance, music, and conversation. The dances are highly stylized and often tell a story. Geisha wear elaborate costumes and makeup, and their performances are accompanied by live music played on traditional Japanese instruments. Some of the most popular venues include the Gion Corner in Kyoto and the Asakusa Hanayashiki in Tokyo. These venues offer a unique and authentic experience of Japanese culture. If you are not worried about your Japan trip cost from India, then don’t forget to book yourself a luxurious and elegant evening of a Geisha dance show.


7.Go surfing in Japan

When most people think of surfing destinations, Japan may not be the first place that comes to mind. However, Japan has a unique and growing surfing culture that offers some of the best waves in Asia. Some of the most popular locations for surfing include the southern island of Okinawa, the northern island of Hokkaido, and the Chiba prefecture near Tokyo. The best time to surf in Japan depends on the location, but generally, the surfing season runs from around May to October. There are a number of surf events throughout Japan, including competitions, festivals, and workshops. One of the most popular events is the Miyazaki

Open, which takes place on the southern island of Kyushu and attracts surfers from around the world. Get the best of your Japan trip cost from India by including a surfing experience on your bucket list.


Top 3 places included in Japan Tour Packages from India



Tokyo, the bustling capital of Japan, is a city that truly never sleeps. It is a fascinating destination that has something for everyone. One of the highlights of Tokyo is undoubtedly its food scene. With over 160,000 restaurants to choose from, visitors are spoilt for choice when it comes to dining options. Another must-see attraction in Tokyo is the famous Shibuya Crossing. Known as the busiest intersection in the world, it's a sight to behold as thousands of people cross the street in all directions at the same time. For a more traditional Japanese experience, head to the Asakusa district. Here, you'll find the famous Sensoji Temple, which dates back to the 7th century. Take a stroll down Nakamise Dori, the temple's colourful shopping street, and try some traditional Japanese snacks such as senbei and taiyaki. The city is also a hub for fashion and technology. Harajuku is the go-to destination for the latest fashion trends, while Akihabara is a paradise for technology enthusiasts. Finally, no trip to Tokyo would be complete without experiencing Japanese pop culture. From anime and manga to J-pop and cosplay, Tokyo is a hub for all things cool and quirky.



Osaka is a vibrant and bustling city located in the Kansai region of Japan. It is known for its food, shopping, and friendly people. If you are planning a trip to Japan, Osaka should definitely be on your itinerary. It is often referred to as the "Nation's Kitchen" due to its culinary delights. One of the main attractions in Osaka is the delicious foods like Takoyaki (octopus balls) and Okonomiyaki (Japanese savoury pancakes). The local markets, such as Kuromon Ichiba Market, offer a variety of fresh seafood and produce that are perfect for trying out the local cuisine. The Osaka Castle, one of Japan's most famous castles, is a must-visit for history buffs. Another popular attraction is the Umeda Sky Building, which offers stunning views of the city from its observation deck. For those who want to explore more of Osaka's culture, a visit to the National Bunraku Theater is a must. Bunraku is a form of traditional Japanese puppet theatre that originated in Osaka. Osaka is one of the main attractions in our 7 day Japan tour package.



Kyoto is a city that's truly steeped in tradition, culture, and history and is undoubtedly one of the most captivating and charming destinations in Japan. It's a place where you can immerse yourself in the elegance of ancient Japanese art, and the country's finest cuisine, and explore temples, shrines, and gardens. One of the most iconic attractions in Kyoto is the Fushimi Inari Shrine. This stunning shrine is famous for its thousands of vermilion torii gates, which create a mesmerizing pathway that winds up the mountain. Another unmissable attraction in Kyoto is Kiyomizu-Dera, a UNESCO World Heritage site and one of Japan's most celebrated temples. The temple is famous for its wooden stage that juts out from the main hall, offering a panoramic view of the city. The city is renowned for its traditional kaiseki cuisine, which consists of multiple courses of beautifully presented, seasonal dishes. You can also indulge in some of the country's finest wagashi (Japanese sweets) and matcha tea. If you want to escape the chaotic city life, then don’t forget to check out our Japan tour packages from Bangalore.


Places included in our Japan Tour Packages


1.Ninja Museum

The Ninja Museum is located in the city of Iga, which is considered to be the birthplace of ninjas. Ninjas were highly skilled and secretive warriors who played an important role in Japanese history. The museum features a number of exhibits that showcase the history and techniques of ninjas. Visitors can see a collection of ninja weapons, including shuriken (throwing stars) and kunai (dagger-like tools). There's also a replica ninja house, where visitors can see the various hidden traps and devices that ninja used to protect themselves. The demonstrations are highly entertaining and educational and provide a unique insight into the world of ninjas. No visit to the Ninja Museum would be complete without picking up some ninja-themed souvenirs. The museum shop offers a range of ninja-related items, including books, DVDs, and toys. This is a very unique experience that must be included in your Japan holiday packages.


2.Oirase National Park

Located in the breathtaking Aomori Prefecture, Oirase National Park is a natural wonderland that will take your breath away. Oirase National Park is known for its stunning natural beauty, which includes forests, waterfalls, and streams. The Oirase Gorge, which runs for about 14 kilometres through the park, is a particular highlight of all the Japan tour packages. The crystal-clear water of the Oirase River runs through the gorge, creating a beautiful and peaceful atmosphere that's perfect for hiking and relaxing. The most popular trail is the Oirase Stream Course, which follows the river through the gorge and past a number of waterfalls. The trail is well-maintained and marked and takes around three to four hours to complete. Oirase National Park is easily accessible from the nearby city of Aomori. There are several buses that run between Aomori and the park, and the journey takes around an hour.


3.Disneyland and DisneySea

The first Disneyland to go international and beyond the USA was the Disneyland of Tokyo. It's a place where childhood dreams come to life, with classic Disney characters like Mickey Mouse, Cinderella, and Donald Duck waiting to greet you at every turn. The park is divided into seven themed lands, each with its own unique attractions and experiences. From the classic "It's a small world" ride to the thrilling Space Mountain coaster, there's something for everyone at Disneyland.

But you might be wondering what’s new and different about DisneySea. Located next to Disneyland, DisneySea is a nautical-themed park that features seven distinct areas inspired by different regions of the world. The park's centrepiece is the giant volcano, Mount

Prometheus, which serves as the backdrop for some of the park's most popular attractions, like the Journey to the Center of the Earth ride.

Now you might wonder which one to include in your Japan holiday packages? Well, if you are going with your teenage or millennial friends, then don’t forget to check out DisneySea. This is because the rides are more geared towards young adults. Otherwise, the original Disneyland is perfect for your Japan family tour package.


4.The Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Studios

If you are Potterhead, then you simply cannot miss the chance to visit the Harry Potter World in Japan. This incredible theme park is located in Universal Studios Japan in Osaka and is a must-visit destination. As soon as you step into the park, you'll be transported to the world of Harry Potter. You can explore famous locations such as Hogsmeade, Diagon Alley, and Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. One of the biggest draws of the Harry Potter World in Japan is the Harry Potter and the Forbidden Journey ride. The ride is incredibly immersive, with stunning visuals and special effects that make you feel like you're truly a part of the world of Harry Potter. The park also offers a variety of themed shows and performances, such as the Frog Choir and the Triwizard Spirit Rally. Another must-visit attraction in the park is the Wizarding World of Harry Potter, which offers a variety of shops and dining options. You can visit Ollivanders to purchase your own wand, stop by Honeydukes for some delicious sweets, or have a meal at the Three Broomsticks or Leaky Cauldron.


5.Visit the old Japan - Kyoto

With our Japan tour packages from India, you get to experience both - the city life of Tokyo and also the calmness of Old Japan. If you are someone who is interested in Japan’s history and culture, then visiting Kyoto is a must. Kyoto, located in the central part of Japan, is one of the most culturally rich and historically significant cities in the country. It was once the capital of Japan for over a thousand years and is home to countless traditional temples, shrines, and gardens. One of the most popular areas to explore in Kyoto is the Higashiyama District. This charming neighbourhood is filled with narrow streets, traditional wooden buildings, and countless shops and restaurants. You can also visit Kiyomizu-Dera Temple, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that offers stunning views of the city from its hilltop perch. Another must-visit location in Kyoto is the Fushimi Inari Shrine. This shrine is famous for its thousands of bright orange torii gates that form a tunnel-like pathway up the mountain. It's a popular spot for hiking and exploring, and the views from the top are truly breathtaking. You can also visit the Nishijin Textile Center to see traditional kimono weaving in action and purchase high-quality textiles. You can also visit a traditional Japanese tea ceremony, a practice that has been a part of Japanese culture for centuries. Kyoto is known for its traditional Japanese dishes, such as Kaiseki Ryori, a multi-course meal that features seasonal ingredients and a beautiful presentation. You can also try Kyoto-style sushi, which is made with vinegared rice and a variety of fresh seafood.


6.Akihabara - for anime lovers

Akihabara, often called the electric town of Japan is a must-visit destination if you are an anime lover and are equally crazy about tech stuff. Akihabara is renowned for its incredible selection of anime and manga stores, which offer an endless array of merchandise, collectables, and memorabilia. You can find everything here, from rare figurines to limited-edition art books to the latest anime releases. And not just that, Akihabara is also home to a plethora of tech and gaming stores. From massive electronics stores like Yodobashi Camera and Bic Camera to speciality shops that sell retro games and consoles, You can spend hours browsing through the latest gadgets and gizmos. Another unique experience to be included in your Japan tour packages from India is a live anime show or concert. Many anime stores and cafes host regular events where fans can meet voice actors, watch live performances, or participate in interactive activities.


7.Shinto Shrines

A Shinto shrine is a place of worship where you get to experience spirituality, tradition and nature together. Shintoism is an ancient religion native to Japan, and its shrines are scattered throughout the country, each one more breathtaking than the last. From the moment you step onto the grounds, you'll feel a sense of calm and tranquillity wash over you. The shrines are often surrounded by lush forests, offering a peaceful escape from the hustle and bustle of city life. One of the most famous Shinto Shrines in Japan is the Fushimi Inari Shrine in Kyoto. This shrine is known for its iconic torii gates, which create a tunnel-like path that leads up to the main shrine. Another notable shrine is the Meiji Shrine in Tokyo, which is dedicated to Emperor Meiji and Empress Shoken. The shrine is situated in a massive forested area, providing a natural oasis in the middle of Tokyo's bustling cityscape.


8.Fish Market of Osaka

There's one place in Osaka that draws foodies and tourists from all over the world - the fish market. The fish market, also known as the Kuromon Ichiba Market, has been around since the 19th century and is one of the oldest markets in Osaka. The market is home to over 190 shops and stalls selling everything from fresh fish and seafood to fruits, vegetables, and other local delicacies. One of the best things about visiting the fish market is the chance to try out some of the local specialities. You can find a variety of seafood, from the freshest sushi and sashimi to grilled octopus, crab, and other delicacies. If you're interested in learning more about the fish market and its history, you can also take a guided tour. These tours will take you through the market, teach you about the different types of seafood, and give you an inside look into the daily lives of the vendors. If you are a fish lover from South India, then make sure to check out our Japan tour packages from Kerala.


Best of Japanese Food included in our Japan Packages

Japanese cuisine is famous all around the world but it is more than just sushi and ramen. Japanese food is known for its intricate preparation, use of fresh and seasonal ingredients, and exquisite presentation. Each region of Japan boasts its own unique culinary specialities, making it a food lover's paradise.


1.Kaiseki Meal

Considered one of the finest meals in the world, Kaiseki is a traditional multi-course meal, ranging from appetisers to desserts. This culinary art originated in Kyoto and is now world known. Each dish in the meal has a distinct texture, scent and flavour. From a platter of seasonal delicacies and sashimi to a simmered dish of veggies and fish and a sweet confectionary, the Kaiseki meal is a luxurious and appetising experience. The best place to try Kaiseki would be, of course, Kyoto - the birthplace of this cuisine. You can get a reservation done at one of these places - Hyotei and Kitcho Arashiyama in Kyoto, Kikunoi and Gion Owatari in Southern Higashiyama. If you are planning to keep the Japan trip cost from India tight, then you might want to skip this because Kaiseki is an expensive affair.


2.Sushi and Sashimi

Sushi and sashimi are two of Japan's most famous culinary delights, renowned for their exquisite taste and presentation. Sushi consists of vinegared rice topped with a variety of ingredients, including raw fish, vegetables, and egg, while sashimi is thinly sliced raw fish served on its own.

When it comes to sushi, there are many different types to try. Nigiri sushi consists of a small ball of rice topped with a slice of raw fish or seafood, while maki sushi is rolled sushi that contains various fillings such as cucumber, avocado, and crab. There is also temaki sushi, which is a hand-rolled cone-shaped sushi that is filled with various ingredients and eaten like a burrito. Some popular types of sashimi include maguro (tuna), sake (salmon), and hamachi (yellowtail).

The best sushi and sashimi in Japan can be found in Tokyo's Tsukiji Fish Market, which is one of the world's largest fish markets. In Tokyo, the neighbourhood of Ginza is famous for its high-end sushi restaurants, while the city of Osaka is renowned for its unique style of sushi known as "oshi zushi". Don’t forget to try sushi and sashimi with our exclusive Japan travel packages.


3.Konbini Snacks

Konbini snacks are an essential part of Japanese food culture. These snacks are available at convenience stores or konbini, which can be found on almost every corner of the street in Japan. They offer a quick, affordable, and delicious option for people on the go. so if you are planning to lower your Japan trip cost from India, then this can be your go-to option for meals. Konbini snacks come in various shapes, sizes, and flavours, ranging from sweet to savoury. Some of the popular sweet snacks include Pocky, KitKat, and mochi. Here, you will find KitKat in unique flavours like matcha, sake, wasabi and even soy sauce! Mochi is a sweet rice cake filled with sweetened red bean paste or other sweet fillings. On the other hand, savoury konbini snacks include onigiri, yakitori, and fried chicken. Onigiri is a rice ball filled with various ingredients, such as tuna, salmon, or pickled vegetables, and wrapped in seaweed. Yakitori is a grilled chicken skewer coated in a savoury sauce, and fried chicken is a crispy, juicy, and addictive snack that is a popular choice among locals. some of the popular convenience store chains are FamilyMart, Lawson, and 7-Eleven.



Ramen typically consists of Chinese-style wheat noodles served in a meat or fish-based broth with various toppings such as sliced pork, green onions, and nori seaweed. Some of the popular ramen types include Shoyu, Miso, Tonkotsu, and Shio Ramen. Shoyu Ramen is made with soy sauce-based broth and is a classic style of ramen and is a must-try. Tonkotsu Ramen is creamy in texture while Shio Ramen is clear and light. If you want to try the best ramen in Japan, then you must visit some of the famous ramen shops. Ichiran Ramen is a popular ramen chain that originated in Fukuoka and is known for its Tonkotsu Ramen. Afuri Ramen is a chain of ramen restaurants that serves a light and refreshing Yuzu Shio Ramen. Tsuta Ramen, located in Tokyo, has gained a Michelin star for its Shoyu Ramen, which uses high-quality soy sauce and truffle oil. Apart from the famous ramen chains, many small and local ramen shops offer an authentic experience. Ramen is a must-include in your Japan trip packages.


5.Sake - Japanese Rice Wine

Sake, the national drink of Japan, has a rich cultural history that dates back thousands of years. Sake is made by fermenting rice with water and yeast, and the end result can vary widely in flavour and texture depending on the brewing process. It can be served chilled, at room temperature, or warmed, depending on the type of sake and personal preference. There are many different types of sake available in Japan, ranging from light and fruity to rich and full-bodied. Some of the most popular varieties include junmai, ginjo, daiginjo, and nigori. To experience the best of sake in Japan, head to the cities of Kyoto or Nara, where many of the country's top sake breweries are located. These breweries offer guided tours and tastings. Another great way to try sake is by visiting izakayas, traditional Japanese pubs that serve a variety of small dishes and drinks. Try out this Japanese rice wine and get the best authentic experience on your Japanese tour packages from India.


6.Matcha Tea

Matcha, the finely powdered green tea, is a quintessential part of Japanese culture and cuisine. Kyoto is famous for its traditional tea ceremonies, which offer an opportunity to learn about the history and preparation of matcha, as well as to taste it in its purest form.

In addition to tea ceremonies, Kyoto is home to many tea shops and cafes that serve matcha in a variety of forms, from hot tea to iced drinks, desserts, and even savoury dishes. One of the most famous places to try matcha in Kyoto is Tsujiri, a 155-year-old tea house that specializes in high-quality matcha and matcha-based desserts. You can also try out matcha tea anywhere in Japan, from Tokyo's trendy matcha cafes to traditional teahouses in historic towns like Kanazawa and Takayama.


Travelling on a budget in Japan

Japan may have a reputation for being an expensive destination, but with some smart planning and budgeting, it's possible to travel the country without breaking the bank. Here are five tips to consider if you are planning to lower your Japan trip cost from India

1.Use public transportation: Japan's public transportation system is reliable and efficient, and using trains and buses is much cheaper than renting a car or taking taxis. Consider buying a Japan Rail Pass if you plan to travel around the country, as it offers unlimited travel on most trains and buses for a fixed price.

2.Stay in budget accommodations: While luxury hotels can be expensive, there are plenty of affordable options for budget travellers, including hostels, capsule hotels, and ryokans (traditional Japanese inns).

3.Eat at local eateries: Japan is known for its delicious food, and there are plenty of affordable options for budget travellers. Look for local eateries, such as izakayas (Japanese pubs), noodle shops, and street vendors. Konbinis also offer a range of affordable meals and snacks.

4.Take advantage of free activities: If you are looking for a cheap Japan tour package, Japan has many free activities and attractions, such as parks, temples, and museums. Many museums also offer free admission days, so be sure to check their schedules.

5.Consider the time of year: If you are looking to save money, try to avoid peak travel seasons such as cherry blossom season (late March to early April) and the New Year holidays (late December to early January). Travelling during the shoulder seasons (spring and autumn) can also be a great way to save money.


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