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Japan Gay Group Tour - Land of the Rising Sun

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Land of the Rising Sun
Japan Luxury Gay Tour 2024

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

13 Days from Tokyo to Osaka, Japan

May 12 – 24, 2024


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Gay Japan gay tour13-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.

We are excited to offer an immersive experience in Japanese culture and lifestyle along with the romantic sites. Japan is a country of modern amenities, renowned cuisine, and a deep sense of history. Being one of the first countries to witness sunrise, Japan has the nickname, "The Land of the Rising Sun".

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 its 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 Highlights

• Visits to Sensoji Temple & Nakamise Street in Asakusa

Sushi making experience with lunch

Sumo match in Tokyo

Visit to Nikko, the world heritage town and national park

• Explore the Miyagawa morning market

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

• Full day excursion in Kyoto to Kinkakuji temple, Arashimaya Bamboo Grove, Okochi Villa and gardens

Special dinner in Kyoto with Maiko (Geisha apprentice)

• Full day to explore on your own in Kyoto or partake in an optional excursion

• Visit UNESCO World Heritage site of Himeji castle (the White Heron), widely considered 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


Tokyo Japan gay tour


Land of the Rising Sun - Japan Gay Tour Itinerary

Day 1 - Sunday, May 12, 2024
Arrive in Tokyo, Japan
Welcome to Tokyo! 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 5-star Bellustar Hotel in the bustling neighborhood of Shinjuku.

Meals: Welcome Dinner
Hotel: Bellustar Tokyo Hotel, Shinjuku, Tokyo, 5*


Tokyo gay tour - Sensoji Temple


Day 2 - Monday, May 13, 2024
After 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 an introduction and demonstration of Sumo wrestling.

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

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


Nikko Japan gay tour


Day 3 - Tuesday, May 14, 2024
Tokyo / Nikko / Tokyo
Today 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 hotel in Tokyo with a stop on the way at the Watanabe Sahei Sake Brewery.

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

Meals: Breakfast & Lunch
Hotel: Bellustar Tokyo Hotel, Shinjuku, Tokyo, 5*


Kanazawa Japan gay tour


Day 4 - Wednesday, May 15, 2024
Tokyo / Kanazawa
After 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 at an Izakay restaurant in the market.

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

Tonight, dress to impress in your Yukata (provided by the hotel) and 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*


Japan gay tour - Kenrokuen Gardens


Day 5 - Thursday, May 16, 2024
Wake up to a tasty breakfast before returning to Kanazawa where we’ll we visit the beautiful Kenrokuen 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), including tea time, 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*


Kyoto, Japan gay tour


Day 6 - Friday, May 17, 2024
Kanazawa / Kyoto
After 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 Westin Hotel. After check-in, enjoy a bit of time to relax before a special traditional Japanese dinner with Maiko (apprentice geisha).

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


Kyoto gay tour


Day 7 - Saturday, May 18, 2024
After breakfast, we embark on a full day tour of Kyoto. We start with the beautiful Kinkakuji Temple. Then, it’s on to the famous Arashiayama District, which is filled with temples and shrines and its famous bamboo groves. After a walk through the Bamboo Grove, you will have some time to explore the local food scene for lunch on your own.

Following lunch, we visit Okochi Sanso Villa and enjoy tea in the amazing Japanese garden.

 After, we return to our beautiful hotel, where later we’ll gather for dinner together at a local restaurant.

Meals: Breakfast & Dinner
Hotel: The Westin Miyako Kyoto Hotel, Kyoto, 5*


Kyoto gay cooking class


Day 8 - Sunday, May 19, 2024
Today 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, or a Traditional Tea Ceremony or Obanzai Cooking Class. You may only choose one optional tour for Kyoto as they all occur on the morning of May 19th.

Traditional Tea Ceremony
$35 Per Person
Sado, the tea ceremony, is one of the traditional events with green tea called Matcha. In the Azuchi-Momoyama period, Sen-no-rikyu invented “Wabicha” which became the origin of modern Sado. This Tea Ceremony represents the true essence of Japanese hospitality. By observing certain rules and aesthetic values, you will see how a true tea ceremony is performed, and how great tasting green tea is made.

Obanzai Cooking Class
$35 Per Person
You will learn how to cook Obanzai, home cooked dishes originally established in Kyoto using many kinds of local seasonal vegetables.

Half Day Temples Tour
$25 Per Person
During our tour of Kyoto, we plan to visit the beautiful Kinkakuji Temple as well as other famous temples in the Arashiyama District. This optional half day tour will give you the chance for a deeper dive with visits of up to three additional beautiful temples.

Meals: Breakfast
Hotel: The Westin Miyako Kyoto Hotel, Kyoto, 5*


Japan gay tour - Himeji Castle


Day 9 - Monday, May 20, 2024
Kyoto - Himeji - Hiroshima
Today we leave Kyoto for the city of Himeji, where we begin our visit with the stunning Himeji Castle and 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 Hilton Hiroshima Hotel.

After some time to relax, we’ll proceed to dinner at a local Okonomiyaki restaurant.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Hotel: Hilton Hiroshima Hotel, Hiroshima, 5*


Japan gay tour - Itsukushima Shrine


Day 10 - Tuesday, May 21, 2024
Hiroshima – Miyajima - Hiroshima
Following breakfast, transfer to Miyajima by private motor coach.

From here, we embark on a ferry ride to Miyajima Island – home to the giant Itsukushima Shrine. The bright, red torii-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.

Following lunch, we visit the Miyajimayki pottery studio Yamane-Taigendo before returning to Hiroshima, where you’ll have some time to relax and refresh before dinner at a local traditional Japanese restaurant.

Meals: Breakfast & Dinner
Hotel: Hilton Hiroshima Hotel, Hiroshima, 5*


Hiroshima, Japan gay tour


Day 11 - Wednesday, May 22, 2024
Hiroshima - Osaka
After 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 dinner at a local restaurant.

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


Osaka, Japan gay tour


Day 12 - Thursday, May 23, 2024
After 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*


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Day 13 - Friday, May 24, 2024
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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Land of the Rising Sun - Japan Gay Tour Includes

• Airport arrival and departure transfers

• Three nights deluxe hotel accommodation Tokyo

• Full-day tour in Tokyo

• Full-day tour of the World Heritage site of Nikko

• Bullet Train from Tokyo to Takayama

• Two nights deluxe accommodation in a traditional Japanese Ryokan Hotel

• Full-day tour of Kanazawa

• Express train from Kanazawa to Kyoto

• Three nights deluxe hotel accommodation in Kyoto

• Full-day tour of Kyoto

• Visit to Himeji Castle

• Express train from Himeji to Hiroshima

• Two nights deluxe hotel accommodation in Hiroshima

• Full-day tour to Miyajima Island

• Tour of Hiroshima's Peace Memorial Park and Museum

• Bullet Train from Hiroshima to Osaka

• Two nights deluxe hotel accommodation in Osaka

• Half-day tour of Osaka's Dontonburi neighborhood

• Twelve breakfasts, seven lunches and eight dinners


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Bellustar Tokyo Hotel


Tour Hotels

Bellustar Tokyo Hotel, Tokyo

Bellustar Tokyo, A Pan Pacific Hotel is a luxury hotel where guests can enjoy special spaces far from the maddening crowd down below. Japanese culture is woven into the interiors of guest rooms, while windows seven meters wide offer an amazing panorama of Tokyo spread out before you.

The topmost floors feature a restaurant three levels tall that offers stunning views, a spa where one can experience the four seasons and bounty of Japan’s soil while surrounded by dramatic sights. Relax and enjoy yourself in a unique space, surrounded by stunning views on all sides, as far as the eye can see.


Bellustar Tokyo Hotel room


Rooms features a large king-size bed or two twins and a bathroom with a rain shower, and are decorated with a traditional Japanese cultural atmosphere with a large window in the living area offering a sweeping view of Tokyo.

The property is close to Choko-ji Temple, Korea Museum and Studio Alta. The accommodation provides a 24-hour front desk, room service and currency exchange for guests.


Kagaya Ryokan, Kanazawa


Kagaya Ryokan, Kanazawa

Kagaya 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 room


Every 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 Westin Miyako Kyoto Hotel


The Westin Miyako Kyoto Hotel, Kyoto

Located in the ancient city of Kyoto, Japan, the Westin provides memorable moments of understated elegance, luxury and approachable service. Explore nearby museums, music halls, zoos, historical temples and shrines, including the Nanzenji, Heian Shrine, Eikando and Ginkakuji. Make time for delicious, locally-inspired dishes and expertly crafted cocktails in one of the hotel’s restaurants.

The resort hotel in Kyoto and offering free WiFi throughout, The Westin Miyako features indoor pool, a fitness center and spa treatments. It provides concierge services and a free shuttle service to downtown Kyoto.


Westin Miyako Kyoto Hotel room


At the end of your day in Kyoto, settle into well-appointed hotel rooms and suites with complimentary Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and 24-hour room service. Experience all Kyoto, Japan has to offer at The Westin Miyako Kyoto.

Rooms with wooden furniture are equipped with a seating area, a safety deposit box and an LCD TV. A minibar and complimentary water bottles are provided. The hotel's dining options include Buffet, French and Teppanyaki cuisines.


Hilton Hiroshima Hotel


Hilton Hiroshima Hotel, Hiroshima

Overlooking the Hiroshima City skyline, in the heart of Hiroshima City, the Hilton is within five minutes of Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park and Museum, Hiroshima Castle, and several transit stations.

Heiwa-Odori’s shops, restaurants, and entertainment are 10 minutes away. The hotel offers four restaurants and views from the skyline terrace. Guests can enjoy access to an indoor pool and a sauna


Hilton Hiroshima Hotel room


Deluxe Rooms feature floor-to-ceiling windows providing plenty of natural light. Watch your favorite movies on the 55-inch HDTV and stay connected with WiFi access. Refresh in the bathroom featuring a rain shower and bath amenities. Perk up with complimentary coffee or tea while you enjoy views of the city.

Breakfast is available daily, and includes buffet, Italian and American options.


InterContinental Osaka Hotel


InterContinental Osaka Hotel, Osaka

Only 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 Osaka Hotel room


The 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

When should I schedule my flights?
Arrival: You should schedule your flights to arrive to Tokyo (NRT or HND) by May 12, 2024. The first activity that day will be at approximately 5:30pm.

Departure: You should schedule your flights to depart from Osaka (KIX or ITM) at any time on May 24, 2024. Check out time from the Intercontinental Hotel is 11:00am.

We will provide transfers to/from either airport in each city.


What are the passport or visa requirements?
Your passport must be valid throughout your entire stay in Japan. 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 will 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 arrival and departure transfers are included?
Arrival transfers are provided from the Tokyo’s Haneda (HND) or Narita (NRT) airports to the host hotel in Tokyo.

Departure transfers are provided from the Osaka host 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 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.


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


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. Gratuities for the included portions of this program have been pre-paid. At your own discretion you may choose to provide additional tips.


What should I expect on the included tours?
Excursions during your travel program are led by expert English speaking local guides. Utilizing wireless audio guides enables you to hear every word of your travel guide at absolutely all times. It provides maximum flexibility and convenience without missing a moment of fascinating commentary and is compatible with hearing aids.


Is there a dress code?
You are on vacation as the last thing we want to impose is a dress code. We will however appreciate you wearing more than a thong or mankini at dinner. Be as dressed up or down as you see fit during excursions as long as you are comfortable and dress appropriately for changeable weather. We encourage you to bring along a few nicer outfits for dinners such as casual slacks, button down shirt.


Do I need to have vaccinations to visit Japan?
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.


I have tattoos, will they affect any aspect of my visit?
Although it is beginning to change, tattoos are generally viewed as taboo in Japan. What this means in practice is that you will not be able to use most pools, public bathing facilities (onsens), or gyms. If you have a small tattoo you can simply cover it with flesh-colored tape and be fine but if you have sleeves, you’re going to need to pass on some activities. Nevertheless, there may still be opportunities to experience an Onsen (traditional hot spring). Ask us about booking a room with private onsen (not available at all properties) as this will allow you to circumvent the need to share with people who aren’t comfortable with your tattoos.


Will there be smoking areas?
All hotels will have designated smoking areas. We ask that guests refrain from smoking while during tours.


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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.

$ 11,549

$ 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.

$ 15,949

$ 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 13, 2024.

Pre-paid gratuities of $275 per person are additional.

Early Booking Discount Expires August 31, 2023!


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