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Fushimi Inari Shrine [Kyoto]
VISIT | Tokyo, Kyoto

Japan in Film

Many of you probably know or even have seen the film, Lost In Translation, Sayuri, or Last Samurai.
Those movies all show different taste of Japan.
What is Japan ? Japan is very unique in many ways.
Why not come to Japan and experience and see the real unique culture of Japan?
Do not hesitate to be a part of your Nippon Movie.

Japan in Film

day 1

Arrive at Tokyo

day 2

Cool Japan Full-day in Tokyo

Full-day in Tokyo
-Shiatsu Massage in Park Hyatt Tokyo
-Shibuya Scramble Crossing (shooting place of “Lost in Translation”)
-Omotesando & Harajuku High Fashion Street
-Enjoy Karaoke Party like Bill Murray and Scarlett Johansson
Night tour optional: Visit AIR (club used in “Lost in Translation”)or
Visit New York Bar in Park Hyatt (on own)
Stay at Park Hyatt Tokyo

day 3

Peek into a world of “Animation” “Manga” Full-day in Tokyo

Ghibli Museum, Mitaka
-Animation Studio
-Akihabara (sanctuary of Otaku)

day 4

Why not become a Maiko yourself

Tokyo-Kyoto by bullet train. Sightseeing in Kyoto
-Golden Pavillion
-Heian Jingu or Fushimi Inari Shrine (shooting place of Memoirs of Geisha)
-Machiya Oldtown House Tour
-Experience of Maiko dress-up at Tea House and learn Maiko & Geiko manner
Night tour:
-Drive through Gion (You may see real Maiko if you are lucky!)
-Dinner Party with Maiko & Geiko Entertainment

day 5

Let’s become “The Last Samurai” Full-day in Kyoto

-Nijo Castle
-Dress up as Samurai or Ninja
-Experience of Tate Do (Samurai sword fight experience) at Uzumasa Toei Movie Land

day 6

Departure

Map
Akihabara
Tokyo
Harajuku
Heian Jingu
Nijo Castle