7-days couple trip to Japan
Japan may not click into the minds of couples when they plan their romantic getaways, but this place has so much to offer surprisingly. Right from beautiful beaches, amazing hot springs, and eclectic food options, this place has a mix of exciting offers for its tourists than anything you can think of.
From the depiction of the Japanese rich culture and heritage to technologically most advanced trains, this place has apt potential to suit your likes and dislikes.
The 7-Days and 6-Nights trip to Japan may cost you somewhere around INR 48,000/- per pax which is inclusive of a 3-Star property stay, airport pickup and drop, sightseeing, and transfers. The itinerary of a week-long trip to Japan for couples can be as follows:
Day 1- A Boat Ride by Mount Fuji
A Boat ride with your better half by the mesmerizing beautiful Mount Fuji is going to leave everlasting romantic memories in your mind.
Day 2- A Charter Ride in Tokyo
Tokyo is known for its cleanliness and attractive setup. However, a helicopter charter ride in Tokyo with your partner is definitely going to create excellent memories for you. This ride is unique and hence can be looked up to for creating special moments with your partner.
Day 3- Tokyo is known for its five-star hotels and world-class dining. Such experiences with your partner will strengthen your bond. Hence this day can be spent with a luxurious experience.
Day 4- Train Ride to Hakone
Hakone is known for its scenic beauty and is popular for its efficient cable car and ropeway facilities that go up to the mountain and let you explore the spot.
Day 5- Trip to Karuizawa
This place is known as all-season honeymoon resort town as it has an immense number of cozy and comfortable romantic resorts for couples.
Day 6- Trip to Hida-Takayama
If you are a couple who loves exploring the history and culture of the place, then this day will serve your appetite.
Day 7- Visit Kyoto
The ancient city of Kyoto has a much peaceful and suburban setup to relax and comfort you.
With so much on your platter, who would ever say ‘nay’ to Japan for a romantic trip!