"Embark on a journey to Japan with this Royal Horticultural Society tour from Collette."
Japan is a nation internationally acclaimed for its gardens and appreciation of horticulture.
From Tokyo to Kyoto, temples to stunning gardens, this exclusive tour offers a better understanding and appreciation for the gardens and landscape of this East Asian land. Visit two of the Big Three Gardens of Japan, several other well-known gardens, and some handpicked favorites of the locals. Additional highlights include travel via the famous Shinkansen, or “bullet train,” to Kanazawa and Osaka; a visit to a local farm; and a cruise on Sumidagawa River in Tokyo.
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Welcome to Tokyo, the bustling capital of the Land of the Rising Sun.
Today you will be surrounded by nature, beginning with the Shinjuu Gyoen National Garden.
This morning visit Ueno Park, most noted for its stunning cherry blossom in the spring.
Step back in time on a tour of lovely Sankei-en, a traditional garden in Yokohama.
Today, journey to Hakone where you will visit the Hakone Shissei Kaen.
This morning, visit the Ninja Temple which dates back to the Edo period.
Today's journey begins at Natadera Temple.
In Kyoto, visit the Kinkakuji Temple, or the Temple of the Golden Pavilion, dedicated to the Buddhist Goddess of Mercy.
This morning, at Nijo Castle, see elaborate wood carvings and wall paintings.
This morning you will travel to Okayama by bullet train.
Today you will visit Osaka Expo Park and Osaka Castle.
Depart this fascinating land and reflect on its beauty.
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