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Land of the Rising Sun
Japan Luxury Gay Tour 2023

Tokyo, Nikko, Kanazawa, Kyoto, Himeji, Hiroshima, Miyajima, Osaka, and more!

13 Days from Tokyo to Osaka, Japan

May 07 – 19, 2023


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Japan gay trip13-day customized luxury gay group tour of Japan, including Tokyo, Hiroshima and Kyoto and many more Japan top destinations, epic sites and off-the-beaten-track hidden gems.

Our gay group tour includes three nights in Tokyo, one of the world’s most cutting-edge capitals. Witness the contrast of Shinto shrines and Buddhist temples next to towering skyscrapers. Experience two nights at a traditional Japanese ryokan, three nights in Kyoto, the historic former capital, famous for its abundance of temples, gardens, and UNESCO World Heritage status. Enjoy an overnight and farewell dinner in Osaka, Japan’s third largest city, before returning home.

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Land of the Rising Sun - Japan Gay Tour Includes

• 13-day fully escorted tour, with the services of local and Brand g hosts throughout the trip.

• 12 Breakfasts, 7 Lunches and 8 Dinners

• Two beverages per included lunch and dinner (alcoholic or non-alcoholic)

• Meet and greet airport transfer at Tokyo Hineda or Narita Airport

• Visits to Sensoji Temple & Nakamise Street in Asakusa

• Sushi making experience with lunch

• Sumo match in Tokyo

• Private bus to Nikko, the world heritage town and national park

• Race to Takayama on a high speed bullet train and local train and stroll the old town and streets including Takayama Jinya.

• Explore the Miyagawa morning market


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• In Kanazawa, visit the old Higashi-chaya district and Kenrokuen garden

• Full day excursion in Kyoto to Kinkakuji temple, Sagano Romantic Train, Hozu-gawa River Boat, and Arashimaya monkey park

• Kaiseki dinner with Maiko

• Full day on your own in Kyoto. Take an optional excursion, such as tea ceremony or cooking class

• Visit UNESCO World Heritage site of Himeji castle (the White Heron), widely considered as one of Japan’s most spectacular castles

• Enjoy a Kobe Beef lunch

• Visit Itsukushima shrine on Miyajima island

• Visit Peace Memorial Park in Hiroshima

• Explore the bustling old capital of Osaka, exciting night life and street food

• Airport transfer back to KIX airport in Osaka


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Land of the Rising Sun - Japan Gay Tour Itinerary

Day 1 - Sunday, May 07, 2023
Arrive in Tokyo, Japan
Japan gay tour - Tokyo afterglowWelcome to Tokyo, Japan!

You will be met and transferred to your hotel.

Tonight we gather for a festive welcome dinner.

Overnight in a room with a view at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in the bustling neighborhood of Shinjuku.

Meals: Dinner
Hotel: Hyatt Regency Shinjuku Hotel, Tokyo, 5*


Day 2 - Monday, May 08, 2023
Japan Gay Tour - sushiAfter breakfast at the hotel, we enjoy a full-day tour of Tokyo including a visit to Sensoji Temple and Nakamise Street in Asakusa.

For lunch, we will take part in a sushi making experience, followed by a sumo tournament at Ryogoku Stadium.

This evening, we take a foodie tour in the back streets of Shinbashi with local guides.

Overnight at the Hyatt Regency Hotel.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Hotel: Hyatt Regency Shinjuku Hotel, Tokyo, 5*


Day 3 - Tuesday, May 09, 2023
Tokyo / Nikko / Tokyo
Japan gay tour - NikkoToday we venture outside of Tokyo to the world heritage town and national park at Nikko.

In the morning we visit Kanmangafuchi Abyss and following lunch at the historic Kanaya Hotel we visit Toshogu shrine.

At the end of the day we return to our comfortable rooms at the Hyatt in Tokyo.

Tonight you are on your own to explore the Tokyo food scene.

Meals: Breakfast & Lunch
Hotel: Hyatt Regency Shinjuku Hotel, Tokyo, 5*


Day 4 - Wednesday, May 10, 2023
Tokyo / Kanazawa
Japan gay tour - Kagaya Kanazawa spaAfter breakfast at the hotel and check-out, we will take the bullet train to Kanazawa.

Upon arrival we will visit a local market where you’ll discover a wide variety of local vegetables and locally caught seafood. Enjoy a delicious fresh seafood lunch in the market.

After, we drive along the coast to the Kagaya Hotel, a traditional Japanese Ryokan Hotel with amazing sea views.

Enjoy an elaborate traditional Japanese dinner in our own private banquet room before settling in for the evening.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Hotel: Kagaya Hotel, Kanazawa, 5*


Day 5 - Thursday, May 11, 2023
Japan gay tour - Kenrokuen GardensWake up to a tasty breakfast before returning to Kanazawa where we’ll we visit the beautiful Kenroku Gardens.

After, we’ll enjoy a very special lunch experience at the restaurant of a world-renowned French chef.

In the afternoon, spend time exploring the Higashi Chaya district to see traditional Japanese architecture and enjoy the atmosphere of the Bunsei Period (1820) before returning to the Kagaya hotel for an evening on your own to enjoy some local cuisine.

Meals: Breakfast & Lunch
Hotel: Kagaya Hotel, Kanazawa, 5*


Day 6 - Friday, May 12, 2023
Kanazawa / Kyoto
Japan gay tour - MaikoAfter breakfast at the hotel, we return to Kanazawa to take the express train to Kyoto.

Enjoy a unique local lunch experience with a bento box on the train.

Upon arrival to Kyoto we’ll proceed to the Park Hyatt Kyoto Hotel, check-in and have some time to relax before we enjoy a special traditional Japanese Kaiseki dinner with Maiko.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Hotel: The Mitsui Kyoto Hotel, Kyoto, 5*


Day 7 - Saturday, May 13, 2023
Japan gay tour - Kinkakuji Temple KyotoAfter breakfast we embark on a full day tour of Kyoto. We start with the beautiful Kinkakuji Temple and then on to the famous Arashiayama District, which is filled with temples and shrines and its famous bamboo groves.

Here we enjoy a ride on the Sagano Romantic Train and a sailing on the Hozu-gawa river boat.

Following lunch at a local restaurant, we visit the Arashiyama Monkey Park before returning to the Park Hyatt for an evening on your own to enjoy the local restaurant scene.

Meals: Breakfast & Lunch
Hotel: The Mitsui Kyoto Hotel, Kyoto, 5*


Day 8 - Sunday, May 14, 2023
Japan gay tour - KinosakiToday is your day to enjoy Kyoto at your leisure.

Sleep in, have a spa day, or you may choose to participate in an optional excursion such as a deeper dive into the temples of Kyoto, Traditional Tea Ceremony or Obanzai Cooking Class.

Meals: Breakfast
Hotel: The Mitsui Kyoto Hotel, Kyoto, 5*


Day 9 - Monday, May 15, 2023
Kyoto - Himeji - Hiroshima
Japan gay tour - Himeji CastleToday we leave Kyoto for the city of Himeji, where we begin our visit with the stunning Himeji Castle, and continue on to its beautiful gardens.

After, enjoy a Kobe beef lunch at a true Japanese steakhouse.

Following lunch, we will proceed to Hiroshima by train and check in to the Sheraton Hiroshima Hotel. After some time to relax we’ll proceed to dinner at a local restaurant.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Hotel: Sheraton Grand Hiroshima Hotel, Hiroshima, 5*


Day 10 - Tuesday, May 16, 2023
Hiroshima – Miyajima - Hiroshima
Japan gay tour - MiyajimaFollowing breakfast, transfer to Miyajima by private motor coach. From here, we embark on a ferry ride to Miyajima Island– home to the giant torii-gate. The bright, red gate seems to float on the water during high tide.

After a short guided tour, you have time to explore the island and enjoy lunch on your own before returning to Hiroshima, where you’ll have some time to relax and refresh before dinner at a local restaurant.

Meals: Breakfast & Dinner
Hotel: Sheraton Grand Hiroshima Hotel, Hiroshima, 5*


Day 11 - Wednesday, May 17, 2023
Hiroshima - Osaka
Japan gay tour - HiroshimaAfter breakfast at the hotel, visit Peace Memorial Park and museum, a major attraction of the Hiroshima bombing.

Afterwards we head to the train station, where you’ll have some free time for lunch and shopping before boarding the bullet train to Japan’s second largest metropolitan area, Osaka.

Upon arrival, check-in to the beautiful Intercontinental Hotel before gathering for dinner at the hotel.

Meals: Breakfast & Dinner
Hotel: InterContinental Osaka Hotel, Osaka, 5*


Day 12 - Thursday, May 18, 2023
Japan gay tour - OsakaAfter breakfast at the hotel, we’ll proceed to the bustling Dontonburi neighborhood where we’ll stroll along the city’s streets.

After you’ll have some time to sample Osaka cuisine on your own.

Then, enjoy some free time this afternoon to pack or do some last minute shopping before our farewell dinner tonight.

Meals: Breakfast & Dinner
Hotel: InterContinental Osaka Hotel, Osaka, 5*


Day 13 - Friday, May 19, 2023
Osaka / Departure
After breakfast at the InterContinental you will be transferred to the airport or train station for your journey home.

Meals: Breakfast


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Tour Hotels

Hyatt Regency Shinjuku Hotel, Tokyo

Hyatt Regency Shinjuku Hotel, TokyoHyatt Regency Tokyo offers 4.5-star accommodation next to Shinjuku Central Park. It features an indoor pool, 7 dining options and free WiFi access throughout the entire property. A free Shinjuku Station shuttle is available. Private parking is available on site at an additional charge.

Tokyo Hyatt Regency is directly connected to Tochomae Subway Station and the Tokyo Metropolitan Government building. It is a pleasant 10-minute walk from Shinjuku Train Station. The hotel operates limousine buses which run directly between the hotel and the Narita and Haneda international airports.

Hyatt Regency Shinjuku Hotel roomThe modern air-conditioned rooms feature large windows with views of Shinjuku. Each is fitted with free high-speed wireless internet and WiFi access, a satellite flat-screen TV, a spacious work desk and a minibar. The en-suite bathrooms feature a bathtub with overhead shower.

Guests can relax with a massage or beauty treatment at Joule Spa and Wellness. A fitness centre is available for workouts. Miyako offers a fine sushi selection. Guests can enjoy traditional Chinese dishes at Jade Garden or unwind at Eau de Vie.


Kagaya Ryokan, Kanazawa

Kagaya Ryokan, KanazawaKagaya is a traditional Japanese style inn (Ryokan). It's a long-established ryokan that has been ranked #1 for the past 30 years. Featuring free WiFi and a seasonal outdoor pool, Kagaya Ryokan offers accommodations in Nanao. The ryokan has a hot spring bath and sauna, and guests can enjoy a meal at the restaurant. Free private parking is available on site.

The ryokan is decorated with a balance of traditional and modern Japanese aesthetics, is fully outfitted with hot spring facilities, offers plenty of colorful meals using the best local ingredients, and is employed by staff offering the highest quality hospitality.

Kagaya Ryokan roomEvery room includes a flat-screen TV. Some accommodations include a sitting area to relax in after a busy day. You will find a kettle in the room. For your comfort, you will find slippers and free toiletries.

At Kagaya, you can enjoy the famous water of the Wakura Onsen (hot spring) that has a 1200-year long history. The water is said to be good for ailments like rheumatism, neuralgia, gout, and allergies.


The Mitsui Kyoto Hotel, Kyoto

The Mitsui Kyoto HotelHotel the Mitsui is located in the heart of Kyoto – adjacent to Nijo-jo Castle on the site of the Kyoto home of the Kitake, the executive branch of the Mitsui Family – a property the family maintained for over 250 years. The tranquility and storied history of the location is reflected in each of the guest rooms.

The Mitsui Kyoto Hotel, a Luxury Collection Hotel & Spa features a restaurant, fitness centre, a bar and garden in Kyoto. Among the facilities at this property are a concierge service and luggage storage space, along with free WiFi throughout the property.

The Mitsui Kyoto Hotel roomKyoto is home to verdant mountains and clear water. Using natural spring water drawn from an on-site source, the onsite thermal sping facilities at the hotel are a haven for relaxation.

A modern reimagining of the traditional Japanese tearoom, the 161 guest rooms feature carefully chosen natural materials elevated using artisanal skills. The bathtubs are fashioned out of stone and their generous size makes them ideal for stretching out and relaxing.


Sheraton Grand Hotel, Hiroshima

Sheraton Grand Hotel, HiroshimaSheraton Grand Hiroshima Hotel is a 1-minute walk from Hiroshima Station and a 10-minute drive from the Atomic Bomb Dome. It offers 4 dining options, an indoor pool and a fitness centre.

All rooms offer both air conditioning and heating facilities. Each room is fitted with a fridge, ironing equipment and a flat-screen TV with a DVD player. A humidifier and a trouser press are provided. The en suite bathroom comes with toiletries and a bathtub.

Sheraton Grand Hotel Hiroshima roomGuests can work out at the fitness centre or swim at the indoor pool at a charge. Laundry and dry cleaning services are offered. Luggage storage can be found at the 24-hour front desk.

Bridge restaurant serves a breakfast buffet. Japanese cuisine can be enjoyed at Miyabitei restaurant.


InterContinental Osaka Hotel, Osaka

InterContinental Hotel, OsakaOnly a 5-minute walk from JR Osaka Train Station, InterContinental Osaka is located at the newly developed Grand Front Osaka. This 5-star hotel boasts 5 dining options, a 24-hour fitness centre and an indoor swimming pool. Free WiFi is available at the entire property and guests can enjoy refreshing massages during their luxurious stay. Umeda Station on the Midosuji Line is a 7-minute stroll from the hotel.

Offering views of Osaka city from the 20th floor, Pierre restaurant serves exquisite contemporary French dishes. All Day Dining serves a buffet with various international dishes, while light tapas dishes and drinks are available at Adee Bar and Lounge.

InterContinental Hotel Osaka roomThe spacious air-conditioned rooms feature a flat-screen satellite TV, a safety deposit box and a large work desk area. Guests can enjoy drinks from the minibar and listen to their favourite tunes using the iPod docking station. The en suite bathroom comes with glass windows, while slippers, bathrobes, tooth brush sets and free bath amenities are provided.


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Trip Notes

How can I communicate with home while away?
Internet service is available at all land accommodations. You should check with your cell provider to determine if you have coverage in this region or if you can add coverage for the duration of the trip. Cell service will not be available in all areas. Contact information for the hotels will be provided in your final travel documents.

What are the passport or visa requirements?
Whether or not you need a Visa will depend heavily on what country you’re coming from. Most western nations such as the United States or the UK have 90-day exemptions.
Unless you’re from one the countries without Visa exemptions, all you’ll need to show the immigration officer is your passport. You’ll also have to comply with a scanning of your fingerprints and a photo. All foreign residents and tourists are REQUIRED to carry on their person either their resident card or their passport at all times.

What is the local currency?
The currency of Japan is the Yen. You can get the local currency at ATM’s and at some hotels; however, we recommend that you exchange currency at the airport. If you plan on using your card for ATM’s, it is recommended that you use participating post offices and 7-Eleven ATM’s. Please check with your card companies for more information regarding service fees that may apply. While things are slowly changing, Japan is still very much a cash based society.

What to wear?
Attire is casual and comfortable during the day, with sturdy footwear for excursions. Evening wear consists of open-neck shirts, slacks, or similar attire. Fleece jackets or sweaters are advisable for cool evenings. Other items to consider: shorts, swimsuit, hat, sunglasses and rain jacket.

What if I have dietary requirements?
We will make every effort to accommodate special dietary requests. Please inform our office at least 45 days prior to departure of these requests.

How do I power and charge my devices?
The voltage used throughout Japan is uniformly 100 volts, A.C. There are two kinds of frequencies in use; 50 Hertz in eastern Japan and 60 Hertz in western Japan (including Nagoya, Kyoto and Osaka). 2-flat-pin-pronged plugs are used in Japan, the same as North America.

What are pre-paid gratuities?
Gratuities are customary expressions of appreciation for a job well done. It is our goal to ensure that the service you receive is as wonderful as the sites you visit. While we have collected pre-paid gratuities with your reservation, at your own discretion you may choose to provide additional tips. Japan for the most part is a tip-free country. If you want to express your appreciation, a simple thank you is more than sufficient.

Are vaccinations required?
Most US travelers are covered by routine vaccinations. US citizens should consult the Centers for Disease Control website or your health care provider for vaccination requirements and recommendations. Citizens of all other countries should consult their government’s national disease center or their physician.

Are there any luggage restrictions?
There are no restrictions on the size or number of pieces of luggage each guest may bring. However, storage space may be limited at some hotels as well as on some modes of transport. Therefore, we recommend each guest follow the usual regulations of most airlines and only bring one checked piece of luggage weighing no more than 50lb, one carry-on type bag and one personal item.

What arrival and departure transfers are included?
This package includes an arrival transfer from Tokyo’s Haneda (HND) or Narita (NRT) airports to the host hotel, the Hyatt Regency in Shinjuku. A departure transfer will also be provided from the Osaka Intercontinental Hotel to Osaka’s Kansai (KIX) or Itami (ITM) airports). If you extend your stay at these properties, the transfers will still be included. Contact our team or your travel agent to ensure arrangements outside of these arrival and departure transfers will be included. Booked guests should provide their arrival and departure details 45 days prior to the trip to ensure transfer availability.

Tattoos. What do I need to know?
You should know that in the eyes of conservative Japanese, you have basically branded yourself as part of the Yakuza. Historically, Japan branded criminals with tattoos. Later, as the country entered a period of modernity, Japan’s organized crime syndicates took total ownership of the practice. Recently, Japanese youth are beginning to change the cultural and legal perceptions of tattoos however much red tape remains.
What this means in practice is that you will not be able to use most pools, public bathing facilities, or gyms. If you have a small tattoo you can simply cover it with flesh-colored tape and be fine but if have sleeves, you’re going to need to pass on some activities. Nevertheless, if you still want to experience a traditional hot spring, I suggest booking a ryokan with private onsen in the room as this will allow you to circumvent the need to share with people who aren’t comfortable with your tattoos.


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Land of the Rising Sun - Japan Gay Tour Prices

Tour Date Description
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13-day customized tour of Japan, including Tokyo, Hiroshima and Kyoto and many more Japan top destinations, epic sites and off-the-beaten-track hidden gems. Three nights hotel accommodation in Tokyo; Two nights accommodation in a traditional Japanese Ryokan Hotel; Three nights accommodation in Kyoto; Two nights accommodation in Hiroshima; Two nights accommodation in Osaka; Twelve breakfasts, seven lunches and eight dinners
Tour Only, Per Person, Double Occupancy.

$ 11,399

$ 11,899

13-day customized tour of Japan, including Tokyo, Hiroshima and Kyoto and many more Japan top destinations, epic sites and off-the-beaten-track hidden gems. Three nights hotel accommodation in Tokyo; Two nights accommodation in a traditional Japanese Ryokan Hotel; Three nights accommodation in Kyoto; Two nights accommodation in Hiroshima; Two nights accommodation in Osaka; Twelve breakfasts, seven lunches and eight dinners
Tour Only, Per Person, Single Occupancy.

$ 15,799

$ 16,299

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Prices per person in $ USD.

A $1,000 per person deposit is required to confirm your space. The balance of the trip is due 120 days before departure on January 08, 2023.

Pre-paid gratuities of $250 per person are additional.


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