15 days itinerary Japan

Let’s find out how I organized 15 days itinerary Japan, a wonderful country and beautiful people, there are so much to discover we have tried in 15 days. I choose to start with Kyoto, directly from Narita Airport, then go towards the Fuji area and last Tokyo. It’s necessary to organizing very good your time because there so much to see. I normally recommend spending 7/8 days in Kyoto, going to Nara or Osaka by day, 3 days in Fuji and 4/5 days in Tokyo.

My tips are deciding your itinerary depending on your airport to arrive and depart, and how many days you want to use the Japan Rail Pass. How to book the Japan Rail Pass?

 

Byodo-in Temple
Byodo-in Temple

15 DAYS ITINERARY JAPAN

DAY 1 NARITA AIRPORT TO KYOTO 

Narita Express to Tokyo station
Tokyo Station to Kyoto Station
Gion
Nishiki Market
Pontocho
Yasaka Shrine

DAY 2 NORTH KYOTO

Kinkakuji
Philosopher’s Path
Ginkakuji
Hōkanji Temple

 

Osaka Castle
Osaka Castle

DAY 3 OSAKA DAY TRIP

Osaka Castle
Dotonbori
Kuromon Ichiba Market

DAY 4 SOUTH KYOTO

Byodo-in
Kifune-Jinja Shrine
Heian Jingu
Kiyomizudera

 

Nara park
Nara park

DAY 5 NARA DAY TRIP

Fushimi Inari
Nara park
Tōdai-Ji
Kasuga Taisha

DAY 6 HIROSHIMA DAY TRIP

DAY 7 NORTHEAST KYOTO

Arashiyama
Kimono Forest
Monkey park

DAY 8 NAGAMACHI 

 

Fuyi Yurari Hot Spring
Fuyi Yurari Hot Spring

DAY 9/10/11 FUJI

Kyoto to Kawaguchiko Station
Chureito Pagoda
Fuyi Yurari Hot Spring 

DAY 12 TOKYO (Ginza)

Hamarikyu Gardens
Tokyo tower
Habiya park

DAY 13 TOKYO (Shibuya)

Harajuku
Takeshita Street
Meiji Shrine Kagura De
Shibuya Crossing
Hachiko statue

 

TeamLab Borderless
TeamLab Borderless

DAY 14 TOKYO (Shinjuku)

TeamLab Borderless

Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building
Don Quijote shopping
Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden
Shinjuku Golden Gai

DAY 15 TOKYO 

Tsukiji Market
Koami Shrine
Kokyo Gaien National Garden
Rabbit cafe
Akihabara
Ueno park
Senso-Ji Temple

MAP OF MY JAPAN TRIP

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