Most Japan hotels offer free cancellation. Consider booking refundable hotels rather than non-refundable ones. Just look for the ‘free cancellation’ message during your hotel search. Prices can vary, but right now we believe that flexibility matters.
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Japanese accommodations are an experience in themselves. Browse through our 36162 hotels (starting at $52 a night) and you’ll see what we mean. For the price-conscious traveler, consider bundling your flights and hotels together with our Japan Vacation Packages. You can also add a rental car and experiences to your package. With the savings you make you can throw a guided tour of the Imperial Palace into the mix.
Day 1-3: Most travelers to Japan touch down at Tokyo International Airport (Haneda Airport). Settle into your hotel before checking out the best sights that this famous city has to offer, such as Shibuya Crossing, Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden and the Tokyo Skytree.
Day 4-5: Take the futuristic Shinkansen (bullet train) to Osaka. Japan’s third biggest city, this place lures travelers with its vibrant food scene and attractions such as Osaka Castle and Universal Studios Japan.
Day 6-7: Hop back on the train and head to Kyoto, Japan’s spiritual heart. Spend your days exploring its serene temples, shrines and gardens.
Cherry blossom season is one of the most popular times to visit Japan. The country explodes into color each year between late April and early May.
You could easily spend your entire trip in the country’s dizzying capital, so why not take a look at our Tokyo Vacation Packages?