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Fully-Guided Tour Highlights:


Rickshaw: Taking a rickshaw is the best way to explore the historical town of Kamakura.

Mt. Fuji: She is usually shy, but our specially-arranged itinerary of the Kawaguchiko area gives us more opportunity to get a good view of this majestic icon while escaping the crowds.

Iyashi No Sato Village: See Mt. Fuji against a beautiful backdrop of traditional thatched roof houses. Dress in a kimono or Samurai armor for a unique photo op!

Kubota Collection: A 3-star Michelin art museum, highly rated for its unique painted kimono on display.

Tokyo Bay Sailing Tour: Sail Tokyo Bay on a water bus and experience local waterfront scenery.

Walking Tour in Tokyo: Take walks around Tokyo’s most vibrant neighborhoods, The East Gardens of Imperial Palace, Asakusa, Harajuku, Shibuya, and Ginza.

    Mar 31-Apr 6 cherry blossom viewing along Sumida River on Water Bus in Tokyo
    Apr 5-12 enjoy the Lake Kawaguchi Cherry Tree Festival
    May 8-15 visit “Mt. Fuji Shibazakura (moss blossom) Festival” instead of Imperial Palace East Garden

* Dates might be changed subject to weather condition.

Luxury Accommodations

Imperial Hotel Tokyo 

Iconic, luxurious, and walking distance to the famous Ginza district and Imperial Palace. Stay 3 nights for a more relaxed pace to take in the sights, cuisine, & culture of this world-class city.

Mt. Fuji - Fuji View Hotel

Soak in traditional indoor or open air hot springs near the Fuji Five Lakes. Dress in Yukata robes during our Kaiseki banquet and enjoy karaoke! Rooms available: Standard or upgrade to Fuji View (+$100USD per room, limited availability, inquire for details)

Culinary Experiences

Arranging great culinary experiences is a specialty we are very proud of. Before a restaurant is selected for our itinerary, our development team spends countless hours sampling dozens of restaurants for comparison. On this trip, you will have a chance to taste Japanese delicacies, including hand-made tofu, Sushi, Kamameshi (kettle rice), and traditional Kaiseki banquet dinner.

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Depart North America for Tokyo, Japan

Depart from your home airport, have a great flight!


"Yokoso" or "Welcome" to Japan!

Arrive in Narita Airport (NRT)
46 miles, 1.5hrs
or Haneda Airport (HND)
12 miles, 30mins
Tokyo Hotel


Airport Pickup is available for flights arriving Narita Airport (NRT) from 12:30PM-6:00PM or Haneda Airport (HND) from 1:00PM-2:55PM. A Supera Tours Representative will meet you at the arrival gate and bring you to the hotel via limousine bus.

* We're sorry - airport pickup not included for arrivals in NRT Terminal 3 or HND Terminal 1 or 2. Please take the airport limousine bus directly to our hotel. Our group will meet in the hotel for dinner. NRT Terminal 3 details are available on the Narita Airport website.


For early arrivals: take the day to rest. If you’re up for it, take advantage of our centrally-located hotel and explore the local area on foot.

Guests arriving after 6pm: we will refund 2,000 JPY per person for dinner.

*If you would like to skip our dinner on the arrival day, please contact us no later than 7 days prior to tour departure date. We will refund 2,000 JPY per person.

If you are booking airfare with us and would like to arrive early, please contact us for details.


Tokyo Specialties    
Imperial Hotel Tokyo (Tripadvisor Travelers' Choice 2019 Winner) or Keio Plaza Hotel Tokyo

Tokyo's Best Highlights

The East Gardens of Imperial Palace:
Stroll through the East Garden, one of the best ways to enjoy the beautiful palace grounds by avoiding the crowds. 

* When The East Gardens of Imperial Palace is closed, we will visit Imperial Palace Plaza instead. Please check Travel Information on our website for dates when The East Gardens of Imperial Palace is closed.

Walking Tour of Shibuya, Harajuku, and nearby Omotesando: 
See Tokyo's most vibrant neighborhoods. Get acquainted with this unique city on our introductory tour!

Tokyo Cruise or Mizube Line: 
Cruise down Tokyo Bay on a water bus. Along the way, take in a spectacular view of the Tokyo skyline.

Free time to explore this vivacious old Edo district filled with unique Japanese delicacies. Don't forget to see the famous Senso-ji Temple, Tokyo's oldest and most festive temple.

Explore like a local! Explore the exciting city on your own. Plan your own route or take one of our suggested courses for you to enjoy as a guideline. Whether your interest is in relaxation, culture, dining, or shopping, the city has a boundless array of fun and different things for everyone. Dinner is not included tonight so you may take advantage of unlimited dining options in the area.


Hotel Buffet     
Kamameshi (Kettle Rice) or Sashimi Set at a century-old restaurant     
Not included - Explore with our helpful maps & suggestions
Imperial Hotel Tokyo or Keio Plaza Hotel Tokyo

Explore a Samurai Capital & Say Hello to Fuji-san

37 miles, 1hr 15mins    
75 miles, 2hrs     
Lake Kawaguchi


Discover Kamakura's treasures as you rickshaw through Japan's first shogunate capital.

Kaiseki Banquet Dinner: 
Finish the day with a true cultural experience in our hot springs hotel with panoramic views of Mt. Fuji on the observatory deck. Dress in Yukata robes and enjoy a traditional banquet dinner (with Karaoke!).

Hot Spring Bath: 
Soak in the hot springs to unwind and experience one of Japan's most relaxing national pastime.

Hotel Buffet    
Local Specialties    
Kaiseki Banquet (with Karaoke!)
Fuji View Hotel (Fuji Kawaguchiko Hot Spring)

Visit the Healing Village, Secret 3-star Michelin Museum, & Return to Tokyo Nightscape

Lake Kawaguchi
4 miles, 20mins
Lake Saiko
71 miles, 2hrs


Free Time:
Take the morning to relax and stroll through the hotel's extensive garden. In spring time, more than 300 cherry trees bloom! It is also recommended to wake early and watch the sunrise from the Fuji View hotel lounge. 

Iyashi No Sato Healing Village:
Escape the crowds for intimate views of Mt. Fuji.
Experience the local farm town atmosphere of the Healing Village set against a beautiful backdrop of traditional thatched roof houses.
Try on a kimono or Samurai armor for a fun and unique photo op!

Itchiku Kubota Museum:
Relatively unknown, this small yet touching museum captures Japanese elegance perfectly. The "Symphony of Light" kimono display is not to be missed, but even the building and gardens are attractions themselves.

* When Kubota Itchiku Museum is closed, we will visit Mt. Fuji World Heritage Center instead. Please check Travel Information on our website for these dates when Kubota Itchiku Museum is closed.

Sightseeing Bus Tour:
Enjoy a beautiful night view of Tokyo cityscape.


Hotel Buffet     
Hoto Noodles     
Yakiniku or Shabushabu
Imperial Hotel Tokyo or Keio Plaza Hotel Tokyo

Depart Tokyo for Airport (NRT or HND)

Narita Airport (NRT) or Haneda Airport (HND)
46 miles, 1.5hrs             12 miles, 30mins
Your Next Destination


We suggest arranging afternoon flights for departure.  Based on your departure time, our tour guide will show you how to take the airport shuttle bus from the hotel.  

"Sayonara!" or "Goodbye!" We hope to see you again soon!

*If you have more time, extending your stay independently before or after our tour is a great way to explore more. We’re happy to help with hotel extensions or arranging extended return flights; please contact our team for pricing and availability.

Hotel Buffet

Imperial Hotel Tokyo

The choice of world leaders, diplomats, and foreign dignitaries, this iconic and prestigious five-star hotel features an impressive setting overlooking the lush Imperial Palace Gardens and walking distance to Tokyo’s most affluent Ginza and Marunouchi neighborhoods. This hotel has been awarded the TripAdvisor Travelers’ Choice Award for luxury and service several years in a row. 


Room Information:

Room Type: Standard Room in Tower Building

Room Size: 31m²

Twin Bed: 110 x 205cm

Double Bed: 200 x 205cm

Triple Room: Rollaway bed (100 x 195cm) will be added to Twin Room.

Keio Plaza Hotel Tokyo

A sleek upscale hotel enveloped by skyscrapers and the vibrant Shinjuku district. Find yourself just a short walk from the world’s busiest rail hub, densely dotted with depachikas, underground shopping arcades, and the most popular restaurants, shops, and attractions in the heart of Tokyo.


Room Information:

Room Type: Superior Room in South Tower Building

Room Size: 30.1m²

Twin Bed: 120 x 203cm

Double Bed: 152 x 203cm

Triple Room: Rollaway bed (120 x 188cm) will be added to Twin Room.  

Fuji View Hotel

Founded in 1936, this traditional Japanese inn is in a class of its own. The hotel offers unrestricted views of Mt. Fuji and boasts a vast garden area with over 300 cherry blossom trees. The hot spring waters can be enjoyed in both indoor and open air settings.


Room Information:

Room Type: Renovated Standard Twin Room with Lake view

*Limited availability on upgraded room with Mt. Fuji view (+$100USD)

Room Size: 10 Tatami mats / 36m²

Twin Bed: 120 x 210cm

Triple Room: Rollaway bed (110 x 195cm) will be added to Twin Room.

Kamameshi - Kettle Rice

The name of this dish translates to 'kettle rice'. The dish consists of rice directly cooked in a kettle, served alongside a garnish of fish, meat, and vegetables. The ingredients cook at the same time as the rice, infusing their flavor into the rice itself.

Kaiseki Banquet Dinner

Traditionally only served to royalty, a Kaiseki banquet is a multi-course dinner of many small plates. Seasonal local ingredients are a focal point, and the banquet is considered an art form that balances the taste, texture, appearance, and colors of food.


P. O.
(Jun 28, 2019)

We used Super Value Tours {now Supera Tours} for a trip to Japan in May/June 2019. Our guide, Miki, was excellent: very organized & super efficient in managing all our rooms, transportation, setting up meal reservations, very mindful of food allergies/preference, & giving directions to places of interest (in addition to the scheduled tour) or for transportation at the end of the tour. She was great in relaying history, culture, & whatever questions we threw her way.  We stayed at very nice hotels & had impressive meals which we probably would not have afforded on our own. The itinerary was great & we hit the major sites of interest plus a few extra fun stuff like dressing up in kimonos or as samurai, & a workshop on dyeing a keepsake with multi stencils.  We have now joined our friends as major fans of Super Value Tours & hope to use this tour group for trips in the future.

Lu L.
(June 30, 2019)

This is an excellent tour. The activities are well thought out and interesting. The food and accommodation were top notch. Eriko was very friendly and helpful. Will be looking at doing more tours with this company in the future for sure :)

Malia B.
(July 1, 2018)

The tour gave us a nice sampling of the Kanto area and some unique Japanese experiences. There was a nice balance between historical sites, outdoor activities, and shopping and dining. The hotels we stayed at were very comfortable. Eriko went out of her way to accommodate all of our needs. This was a great value and we enjoyed every moment of our tour.

Grace C.
(May 10, 2019)

This was our first visit to Japan so we chose the Tokyo Kanto tour. It was a great introduction to Japan. Our tour guide, Eriko, was excellent overall! She did a fantastic job making all the guests feel welcomed and comfortable. She was enthusiastic and worked very hard to make sure we all had a great experience. We also learned a lot about Japanese customs and traditions.....

Tim N.
(May 21, 2019)

My wife and I recently returned from the Japan Classics-10 day tour.  We had a great time!  Our tour guide, Eriko Kimura, is the best!!  She was well organized, always friendly, and extremely helpful to everyone in the tour.  She did a good job explaining the history, traditions, and customs of Japan.  She went over and beyond what you might expect a tour guide to do.  The hotels were very, very nice.  The variety of experiences was amazing.  Even sleeping on the floor on futons and tatami mats was surprisingly comfortable.  What a great variety of delicious, glorious food!

The tour is great for first-timers to Japan.  It gives you a nice variety of experiences and leaves you ready for a return trip.

Did I mention that Eriko is the best!!!

-guest email

Travel Information

  Health & Safety 

This tour involves standing and walking for up to 1 hour at a time over inclined or uneven streets.
Guests in wheelchairs may be accommodated, but please understand some historic sites in Japan are not wheelchair accessible.
In traditional ryokan hotels, we will stay overnight in tatami rooms and sleep on futons on the floor.


You have the choice of upgrading our stay in the Fuji View hotel for a room facing Mt. Fuji for $100USD per room. Availability is limited, so please let us know at the time of booking if you would like to upgrade.
In the spirit of "Travel Happy" we do not believe in hidden fees - no options are sold on tour.

 Dietary Restrictions

It's important everyone has a great dining experience while traveling with us! If you have a special meal restriction (i.e. no sashimi, no lamb, etc), please let us know 30 days before tour date. We will do our best to oblige, but we regret some dietary preferences may not be available due to cultural differences.

Luggage Handling

Porterage service included in all hotels where available (most ryokan hotels do not offer porterage).

  Schedule Adjustments

The East Gardens of Imperial Palace
When The East Gardens of Imperial Palace is closed, we will visit Imperial Palace Plaza instead.
Departures affected by closure: All Saturday departure, including Mar 21, Mar 28, Apr 4, Jun 6, Jun 13, Jun 20, Aug 15 and Dec 19 in 2020; Mar 20, Mar 27, Apr 3, Apr 10, Apr 17, May 8, May 15, Jun 5, Jun 12, Jun 19, Aug 14, Oct 16, Nov 20 and Dec 18 in 2021

Kubota Itchiku Museum
When Kubota Itchiku Museum is closed, we will visit Mt. Fuji World Heritage Center instead.
Departures affected by closure: Dec 24 in 2020; Dec 23 in 2021

Fares + Dates

Tour Price (Our pricing is always upfront and all inclusive)

Room Type
(price per person)

Twin OR Double















2021 Travel Season













  • Prices above are per person and include taxes, inclusions as shown in itinerary.
  • International air tickets & tour guide gratuities not included.
  • 2% discount available for payments made by check or ACH deposit. 


Fares vary based on origin, seasonality, & availability. We are happy to help find the best balance between price and flight quality for you. You may also arrange your own flights in conjunction with the following arrival and departure times to qualify for our free airport transfers. If you are arriving or leaving outside these timeframes, please go to the designated place to meet on your own expense.

Flight Arrivals
on tour start date

Narita Airport (NRT) from 12:30PM-6:00PM
or Haneda Airport (HND) from 1:00PM-2:55PM

Airport pickup not included for arrivals in NRT Terminal 3 or HND Terminal 1 or 2. Please take the airport limousine bus directly to our hotel. NRT Terminal 3 details are available on the Narita Airport website.

Flight Departures
on tour end date

Based on your departure time, our tour guide will show you how to take the airport shuttle bus from the hotel.

Airport transfers for early arrivals/late departures

Late Departure: Based on your departure time, the tour guide will direct you to take the airport shuttle bus.


Options are based on availbility and sell out early. Please inquire at time of booking.

Option 1: Upgrade your room at Fuji View Hotel

Upgrade your stay for a room facing Mount Fuji

$100 per room



Room Type
(price per room)



Twin OR Double





Pre & Post tour: 
Imperal Hotel Tokyo










$465 $615 $445



$475 $615 $445





$405 $540 $370


$465 $615 $445

Child no bed room option: $65
Hotel rates are listed per room night. Breakfast taxes, and fees included. A one-time fee of $30 will be charged for cancelled hotel extensions



IMPORTANT: All prices above based on USD. Land tour price is shown per person. 
Prices subject to change. We encourage reserving early to ensure availability.
Guests departing from Canada may pay in CAD at the market rate of exchange.