Join Eric Price, the owner of Japanime Games for this unique tour through Tokyo & Japan during the Tokyo Game Market in 2022!

Itinerary Summary

  • Day 1: Arrival in Tokyo for hotel check-in, orientation, and dinner.

  • Day 2: Start your Tokyo experience with a full day with Japanime Games Owner, Eric Price. Visit the SkyTree, travel to Asakusa, & the Nakamise Shopping Arcade. Visit a Buddhist temple and take part in a fortune telling. Late in the day, visit the Akihabara (Electric Town).

  • Day 3: Full day at the Tokyo Game Market or enjoy Tokyo as you wish! Optional half day tours: Taiko drumming or a Sumo wrestler meet and greet.

  • Day 4: Full day at the Tokyo Game Market or enjoy Tokyo as you wish! Optional half day tours: Taiko drumming or a Sumo wrestler meet and greet

  • Day 5: Tokyo city tour including Sakurada Gate and the Niju Bridge. Later, a local foodie tour and a visit to the Studio Ghibli Museum. Tonight, enjoy a dinner and dance show in Tokyo.

  • Day 6: Full day at Tokyo Disney Sea! Farewell dinner for Game Market travelers.

     — Japan Post Tour Extension —

    Day 7: Depart for Hakone. Stop at Hakone Owakudani, affectionately referred to as “Hell Valley” due to the rocky desolate landscape and billowing sulfur mists rising from cracks in the earth. Take an optional hot spring bath called an “onsen.”

    Day 8: Travel for a free day in Takayama, with a stop at the Matsumoto Castle.

    Day 9: Takayama walking tour & free time exploring the town! Tonight, enjoy a sake tasting followed by a Hida beef dining experience.

    Day 10: Depart for Kanazawa Station on the Sea of Japan coast. Visit the eastern tea house district, Higashi Cha-ya, including a hands-on gold leaf class.

    Day 11: Depart for Osaka. Tour Osaka on foot and visit the Nipponbashi and Osakajo castle. Continue to Kyoto for Buddhist temples and Shinto shrines plus a visit to the Temple of the Golden Pavilion followed by a free evening on your own.

    Day 12: Begin with Kiyomizu Temple followed by the ancient street of Ninenzaka. And a hands-on tea ceremony. After lunch, visit the Samurai and Ninja Museum followed by a visit to Nijo castle. Finally, visi the Gion neighborhood, home to many geisha and apprentice geisha, known as maiko. Enjoy a farewell maiko dinner.

Japan

Japan is the eleventh-most populous country in the world, as well as one of the most densely populated and urbanized. About three-fourths of the country’s terrain is mountainous, concentrating its population of 125.44 million on narrow coastal plains. Japan is divided into 47 administrative prefectures and eight traditional regions. The Greater Tokyo Area is the most populous metropolitan area in the world, with more than 37.4 million residents.

Tokyo Game Market Tour

Oct 26 - Nov 2, 2022

Japan Post Tour Extension

Nov 2 - Nov 8, 2022

$2,575/person
double occupancy

$400 supplement for single occupancy.

Included:

  • Anime gaming sessions on select days
  • 4 star hotel accommodations
  • Bus Transportation
  • Guide
  • Tours/Technical Visits
  • Entrance fees that are included are noted in the itinerary on this page.
  • Meals as indicated on itinerary (water, coffee or tea)

Not Included:

  • International airfare
  • Gratuities for guide/driver
  • Soft drinks or alcoholic beverages with meals
  • Meals not shown on itinerary
  • Covid testing requirements for entry and exiting Japan
  • Cost of valid U.S. passport or other documents necessary for travel to Japan
  • Alcoholic beverages
  • Travel insurance coverage (highly recommended)
  • Airline seat upgrades
  • Excess baggage fees
  • Souvenirs
  • Leisure activities on free days
  • Hotel charges for incidentals, including telephone calls, pay per view movies, mini bars, and snack trays, personal laundry, room service, and hotel penalties for smoking in hotel rooms.
$3,150/person
double occupancy

$650 supplement for single occupancy.

Included:

  • Anime gaming sessions on select days
  • 4 star hotel accommodations
  • Bus Transportation
  • Guide
  • Tours/Technical Visits
  • Entrance fees that are included are noted in the itinerary on this page.
  • Meals as indicated on itinerary (water, coffee or tea)

Not Included:

  • International airfare
  • Gratuities for guide/driver
  • Soft drinks or alcoholic beverages with meals
  • Meals not shown on itinerary
  • Covid testing requirements for entry and exiting Japan
  • Cost of valid U.S. passport or other documents necessary for travel to Japan
  • Alcoholic beverages
  • Travel insurance coverage (highly recommended)
  • Airline seat upgrades
  • Excess baggage fees
  • Souvenirs
  • Leisure activities on free days
  • Hotel charges for incidentals, including telephone calls, pay per view movies, mini bars, and snack trays, personal laundry, room service, and hotel penalties for smoking in hotel rooms.

Deposit and Reservation Deadline

00
:
00
:
00
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Join Eric Price, the owner of Japanime Games for this unique tour through Tokyo & Japan during the Tokyo Game Market in 2022!

Itinerary Summary

  • Day 1: Arrival in Tokyo for hotel check-in, orientation, and dinner.

  • Day 2: Start your Tokyo experience with a full day with Japanime Games Owner, Eric Price. Visit the SkyTree, travel to Asakusa, & the Nakamise Shopping Arcade. Visit a Buddhist temple and take part in a fortune telling. Late in the day, visit the Akihabara (Electric Town).

  • Day 3: Full day at the Tokyo Game Market or enjoy Tokyo as you wish! Optional half day tours: Taiko drumming or a Sumo wrestler meet and greet.

  • Day 4: Full day at the Tokyo Game Market or enjoy Tokyo as you wish! Optional half day tours: Taiko drumming or a Sumo wrestler meet and greet

  • Day 5: Tokyo city tour including Sakurada Gate and the Niju Bridge. Later, a local foodie tour and a visit to the Studio Ghibli Museum. Tonight, enjoy a dinner and dance show in Tokyo.

  • Day 6: Full day at Tokyo Disney Sea! Farewell dinner for Game Market travelers.

     — Japan Post Tour Extension —

    Day 7: Depart for Hakone. Stop at Hakone Owakudani, affectionately referred to as “Hell Valley” due to the rocky desolate landscape and billowing sulfur mists rising from cracks in the earth. Take an optional hot spring bath called an “onsen.”

    Day 8: Travel for a free day in Takayama, with a stop at the Matsumoto Castle.

    Day 9: Takayama walking tour & free time exploring the town! Tonight, enjoy a sake tasting followed by a Hida beef dining experience.

    Day 10: Depart for Kanazawa Station on the Sea of Japan coast. Visit the eastern tea house district, Higashi Cha-ya, including a hands-on gold leaf class.

    Day 11: Depart for Osaka. Tour Osaka on foot and visit the Nipponbashi and Osakajo castle. Continue to Kyoto for Buddhist temples and Shinto shrines plus a visit to the Temple of the Golden Pavilion followed by a free evening on your own.

    Day 12: Begin with Kiyomizu Temple followed by the ancient street of Ninenzaka. And a hands-on tea ceremony. After lunch, visit the Samurai and Ninja Museum followed by a visit to Nijo castle. Finally, visi the Gion neighborhood, home to many geisha and apprentice geisha, known as maiko. Enjoy a farewell maiko dinner.

Japan

Japan is the eleventh-most populous country in the world, as well as one of the most densely populated and urbanized. About three-fourths of the country’s terrain is mountainous, concentrating its population of 125.44 million on narrow coastal plains. Japan is divided into 47 administrative prefectures and eight traditional regions. The Greater Tokyo Area is the most populous metropolitan area in the world, with more than 37.4 million residents.

Tokyo Game Market Tour

Oct 26 - Nov 2, 2022

$2,575/person
double occupancy

$400 supplement for single occupancy.

Included:

  • Anime gaming sessions on select days
  • 4 star hotel accommodations
  • Bus Transportation
  • Guide
  • Tours/Technical Visits
  • Entrance fees that are included are noted in the itinerary on this page.
  • Meals as indicated on itinerary (water, coffee or tea)

Not Included:

  • International airfare
  • Gratuities for guide/driver
  • Soft drinks or alcoholic beverages with meals
  • Meals not shown on itinerary
  • Covid testing requirements for entry and exiting Japan
  • Cost of valid U.S. passport or other documents necessary for travel to Japan
  • Alcoholic beverages
  • Travel insurance coverage (highly recommended)
  • Airline seat upgrades
  • Excess baggage fees
  • Souvenirs
  • Leisure activities on free days
  • Hotel charges for incidentals, including telephone calls, pay per view movies, mini bars, and snack trays, personal laundry, room service, and hotel penalties for smoking in hotel rooms.

Japan Post Tour Extension

Nov 2 - Nov 8, 2022

$3,150/person
double occupancy

$650 supplement for single occupancy.

Included:

  • Anime gaming sessions on select days
  • 4 star hotel accommodations
  • Bus Transportation
  • Guide
  • Tours/Technical Visits
  • Entrance fees that are included are noted in the itinerary on this page.
  • Meals as indicated on itinerary (water, coffee or tea)

Not Included:

  • International airfare
  • Gratuities for guide/driver
  • Soft drinks or alcoholic beverages with meals
  • Meals not shown on itinerary
  • Covid testing requirements for entry and exiting Japan
  • Cost of valid U.S. passport or other documents necessary for travel to Japan
  • Alcoholic beverages
  • Travel insurance coverage (highly recommended)
  • Airline seat upgrades
  • Excess baggage fees
  • Souvenirs
  • Leisure activities on free days
  • Hotel charges for incidentals, including telephone calls, pay per view movies, mini bars, and snack trays, personal laundry, room service, and hotel penalties for smoking in hotel rooms.

Deposit and Reservation Deadline

00
:
00
:
00
:
00

Join Eric Price, the owner of Japanime Games for this unique tour through Tokyo & Japan during the Tokyo Game Market in 2022!

Itinerary Summary

  • Day 1: Arrival in Tokyo for hotel check-in, orientation, and dinner.

  • Day 2: Start your Tokyo experience with a full day with Japanime Games Owner, Eric Price. Visit the SkyTree, travel to Asakusa, & the Nakamise Shopping Arcade. Visit a Buddhist temple and take part in a fortune telling. Late in the day, visit the Akihabara (Electric Town).

  • Day 3: Full day at the Tokyo Game Market or enjoy Tokyo as you wish! Optional half day tours: Taiko drumming or a Sumo wrestler meet and greet.

  • Day 4: Full day at the Tokyo Game Market or enjoy Tokyo as you wish! Optional half day tours: Taiko drumming or a Sumo wrestler meet and greet

  • Day 5: Tokyo city tour including Sakurada Gate and the Niju Bridge. Later, a local foodie tour and a visit to the Studio Ghibli Museum. Tonight, enjoy a dinner and dance show in Tokyo.

  • Day 6: Full day at Tokyo Disney Sea! Farewell dinner for Game Market travelers.

     — Japan Post Tour Extension —

    Day 7: Depart for Hakone. Stop at Hakone Owakudani, affectionately referred to as “Hell Valley” due to the rocky desolate landscape and billowing sulfur mists rising from cracks in the earth. Take an optional hot spring bath called an “onsen.”

    Day 8: Travel for a free day in Takayama, with a stop at the Matsumoto Castle.

    Day 9: Takayama walking tour & free time exploring the town! Tonight, enjoy a sake tasting followed by a Hida beef dining experience.

    Day 10: Depart for Kanazawa Station on the Sea of Japan coast. Visit the eastern tea house district, Higashi Cha-ya, including a hands-on gold leaf class.

    Day 11: Depart for Osaka. Tour Osaka on foot and visit the Nipponbashi and Osakajo castle. Continue to Kyoto for Buddhist temples and Shinto shrines plus a visit to the Temple of the Golden Pavilion followed by a free evening on your own.

    Day 12: Begin with Kiyomizu Temple followed by the ancient street of Ninenzaka. And a hands-on tea ceremony. After lunch, visit the Samurai and Ninja Museum followed by a visit to Nijo castle. Finally, visi the Gion neighborhood, home to many geisha and apprentice geisha, known as maiko. Enjoy a farewell maiko dinner.

Japan

Japan is the eleventh-most populous country in the world, as well as one of the most densely populated and urbanized. About three-fourths of the country’s terrain is mountainous, concentrating its population of 125.44 million on narrow coastal plains. Japan is divided into 47 administrative prefectures and eight traditional regions. The Greater Tokyo Area is the most populous metropolitan area in the world, with more than 37.4 million residents.

Tokyo Game Market Tour

Oct 26 - Nov 2, 2022

$2,575/person
double occupancy

$400 supplement for single occupancy.

Included:

  • Anime gaming sessions on select days
  • 4 star hotel accommodations
  • Bus Transportation
  • Guide
  • Tours/Technical Visits
  • Entrance fees that are included are noted in the itinerary on this page.
  • Meals as indicated on itinerary (water, coffee or tea)

Not Included:

  • International airfare
  • Gratuities for guide/driver
  • Soft drinks or alcoholic beverages with meals
  • Meals not shown on itinerary
  • Covid testing requirements for entry and exiting Japan
  • Cost of valid U.S. passport or other documents necessary for travel to Japan
  • Alcoholic beverages
  • Travel insurance coverage (highly recommended)
  • Airline seat upgrades
  • Excess baggage fees
  • Souvenirs
  • Leisure activities on free days
  • Hotel charges for incidentals, including telephone calls, pay per view movies, mini bars, and snack trays, personal laundry, room service, and hotel penalties for smoking in hotel rooms.

Japan Post Tour Extension

Nov 2 - Nov 8, 2022

$3,150/person
double occupancy

$650 supplement for single occupancy.

Included:

  • Anime gaming sessions on select days
  • 4 star hotel accommodations
  • Bus Transportation
  • Guide
  • Tours/Technical Visits
  • Entrance fees that are included are noted in the itinerary on this page.
  • Meals as indicated on itinerary (water, coffee or tea)

Not Included:

  • International airfare
  • Gratuities for guide/driver
  • Soft drinks or alcoholic beverages with meals
  • Meals not shown on itinerary
  • Covid testing requirements for entry and exiting Japan
  • Cost of valid U.S. passport or other documents necessary for travel to Japan
  • Alcoholic beverages
  • Travel insurance coverage (highly recommended)
  • Airline seat upgrades
  • Excess baggage fees
  • Souvenirs
  • Leisure activities on free days
  • Hotel charges for incidentals, including telephone calls, pay per view movies, mini bars, and snack trays, personal laundry, room service, and hotel penalties for smoking in hotel rooms.

Deposit and Reservation Deadline

00
:
00
:
00
:
00