Things to do 2735 Japan Tours & Activities

Wondering what to do in Japan? Some of the most popular areas in Japan are Tokyo, Kyoto, Osaka, and Hokkaido. Discover and book Walking Tour, 1 Day Tour, Traditional Culture, Half Day Tour, and other experiences to create unforgettable memories during your stay in Japan!

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Results 1 - 36 of 2735 Experiences

Results 1 - 36 of 2735 Experiences

  • KH KH

    Tour Saihō-ji (Moss Temple), a UNESCO World Heritage Site

    Tour Saihō-ji (Moss Temple), a UNESCO World Heritage Site Amazing temple famous for its exquisite moss garden; the ~2 hour experience allows one to get immersed in its serene zen aesthetic, and during the autumn season when I went the colours of the autumn foliage made for a nice contrast with the lush greens of the many moss varieties. Tokie was very helpful with handling admin issues and my guide on the day Yoko was knowledgeable and accommodating. Definitely a must do for anyone interested in Japanese history or culture, or Kyoto specifically.

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  • Lexia Lexia

    Universal Express™ Pass 7 – Backdrop

    Universal Express™ Pass 7 – Backdrop If you want to do all the major rides in one visit this pass is a must. The pass we chose does not include The Flying Dinosaur which is the best ride but we had enough time to queue for that ride as we did not have to queue for the others. Pass was received promptly and had no problems using them.

  • Lexia Lexia

    Universal Studios Japan™ Osaka 1 Day Studio Pass E-tickets

    Universal Studios Japan™ Osaka 1 Day Studio Pass E-tickets Had a few technical problems, but the team at Voyagin replied to emails to assist. Passes emailed promptly, missed all the queues at USJ.

  • Faith Faith

    Studio Ghibli Museum Tickets—Preorder & Last-Minute Tickets

    Studio Ghibli Museum Tickets—Preorder & Last-Minute Tickets Happy that I was able to get the ticket. Ticket was sent to my hotel in Japan too. Great effort!

  • Sean Sean

    37% OFF Rent a Go-Kart and ride around Akihabara Tokyo!

    37% OFF Rent a Go-Kart and ride around Akihabara Tokyo! This was the best way to zip around on our first night in Akihabara.
    The karts were easy to use and felt like a rocket.

  • Ronic Ronic

    Mt. Fuji & Hakone 1-Day Tour with Lake Ashi Cruise

    Mt. Fuji & Hakone 1-Day Tour with Lake Ashi Cruise Our tour guide Fuji-san was greatly and very knowledgeable. We had a lot of fun durinf the tour and he was kind enough to guids use to shinkansen when we returned to tokyo. Driver-san was also great! We had a smooth ride all throughout the tour. I will recommend this tour to my friends.

  • Erik Erik

    Studio Ghibli Museum Tickets—Preorder & Last-Minute Tickets

    Studio Ghibli Museum Tickets—Preorder & Last-Minute Tickets It Was a great activity to participate in, as I’m a big fan of Ghibli animation. The only downside was that all the text at the attractions was set in Japanese. Still a fantastic activity!

  • Ayako Ayako

    Exclusive Private Ryoanji Temple Insider Tour

    Exclusive Private Ryoanji Temple Insider Tour I have been to Ryoanji Temple many times, but this time on a guided tour, I gained a new appreciation for it. As a person who never really thinks about history, learning about Ryoanji’s past and the background really helped me to feel the history of the place. I lost count the number of times a said “wow”! It was a very special experience, one that I wholeheartedly recommend for others, looking for a new way to appreciate Kyoto.

  • Ross Ross

    Exclusive Private Ryoanji Temple Insider Tour

    Exclusive Private Ryoanji Temple Insider Tour I have been to Ryoanji several times in my 15years in Japan. I have always enjoyed it; it is beautiful and very peaceful. I never thought about it in any other terms, that is until my last visit! We met a guide, from the temple who proceeded to show us around the more restricted areas and explain about the history and relevance of certain pieces of art. To say it was interesting is something of an understatement. I love history, so to hear about when and how Ryoanji started was an eye opener for me. And, more pertinent, was the explanation of the temple, which is usually off limits to tourists. Whenever I have visited Ryoanji in the past, I merely thought of it as a rock garden and little more. It is easy to overlook the fact that it is first and foremost a temple; a place of worship. Upon entering the temple section of the building, I was immediately filled with a sense of awe. I am not a religious person, however it was hard not to be moved by what we saw. Lining the walls on the passage way to the ‘altar’ for want of a better word, were the memorials for past temple parishioners. The way they had been memorialized was quite moving. This was a place if deep, intimate meaning for the locals, and it is easy to overlook this as a regular tourist.It was an honor and a privilege to be privy to such an important place, and for anyone with an appreciation of history and culture, it will be well worth the visit.