Traveling from korea to japan

Seoul to Japan


Breakfast and city tour. We will visit the Asakusa Kannon Temple, Nakamise Street, the Imperial Palace Square and the Shintoist Meiji Shrine. We will end the visit in Ginza, the most elite area of Japan. Return to the hotel on your own and overnight. Afternoon at leisure.

Breakfast and excursion to Hakone. We will take a cruise on Lake Ashi, visit the Owakudani Valley and take a cable car ride up Mt.Komagatake. From Hakone, weather permitting, we will be able to see Mount Fuji. Visits may be modified depending on weather and traffic situation.

Breakfast. Your bags will be sent directly to your hotel in Kyoto and you will receive them in the evening. At the scheduled time, transfer to Tokyo Station in the direction of Kyoto by bullet train. Arrival at Kyoto station where your English-speaking guide will be waiting for you to start your tour in Nara. During the tour, you will visit the Fushimi Inari Shrine, the main Shinto shrine dedicated to the spirit of Inari. Afterwards, you will start your tour of Nara with a visit to the Deer Park and Todaiji Temple with its Big Buddha. Return to Kyoto and overnight.

South Korea flight to Japan

At this time when Japan is still closed to international tourism, there are many of us who have decided to start planning a trip to South Korea. And we know that many others want to combine both countries, when tourism finally recovers.

Many decide to travel to South Korea because it is the mecca of K-Pop. Or maybe for getting to know some K-dorama locations, those South Korean TV series you can find on streaming platforms like Netflix.

Or to do just South Korea, of course. Because when you start researching, you soon realize that there is so much to see, do and enjoy in South Korea… how we are looking forward to our first trip there!

Obviously this depends a lot on the budget we have, the amount of vacation days we have available and also if you want to combine South Korea with another destination (such as Japan, for example).

As it already happens with Japan, when you start researching what to see in South Korea, you quickly realize that even 15 days are not enough to start discovering all the secrets that the country hides.

How long is it from korea to japan by plane?

We got to Fukuoka by hitchhiking (yes, hitchhiking, you did not read wrong, in Japan not only you can, but it has been one of the best experiences of this trip without a return ticket) and couchsurfing and there, we discovered that there was a ferry service connecting Japan and South Korea so …. why not try the experience?

And as for the second class cabin, it was enough for us, since, between eating, walking around the facilities, and being in the onsen, we had little “free” time left that we invested in sleeping, and where we were very comfortable.

Flights to Japan

Breakfast. City tour where we will see the Imperial Palace (exterior), the Meiji Shrine, the Senso-Ji Temple with the Nakamise shopping street. Visit the Ginza district famous for its large concentration of department stores, boutiques and restaurants. Return to the hotel at the client’s expense and free afternoon for personal activities. Overnight at the hotel.

Breakfast and visit to Hakone National Park where we will take a cruise on Lake Ashi where we can enjoy wonderful views. Lunch. Then we will go to Owakunadi Valley famous for its active sulfur vents and hot springs. Visit the Hakone Open Air Museum. Transfer to the hotel and overnight.

Breakfast and transfer to Tokyo station for departure by train to Kyoto (included). Arrival and before going to Nara, visit the Shinto Shrine of Fushimi Inari, with thousands of “torii” gates. Afterwards, departure to Nara and visit the Todaiji Temple with the Great Buddha and the Sacred Deer Park. After the visits, transfer to the hotel. Overnight stay.

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