Intercontinental air flight with Cathay Pacific or other carrier
Transfer by private bus arriving in Tokyo, airport / hotel, with assistance in Italian
Transfer by private bus from Tokyo, hotel / airport, without assistance.
6 overnight stays and breakfast in the 3 * sup / 4 * hotel according to media reviews
1 Yakiniku dinner in Tokyo (autonomous transfers) including "All you can drink"
1 dinner at Gonpachi Nishi-Shidome (self-service transfers) including "All you can drink"
Ticket for the Tokyo Game Show for 1 day, including pre-sale rights (non-refundable)
Sim Card x 7gg with data traffic
Suica / Pasmo prepaid card (Yen 1.500) for travel by public vehicles.
Half day tour of Tokyo city with guide in Italian and private vehicle, including admissions
Health insurance + baggage
Local staff assistance
Sending documentation of departure by mail
RC tour operator policy
The 2018 edition
Day 1 - ROME / MILAN - TOKYO
Air travel with scheduled flights, 1 intermediate stop, for Tokyo: one of the most energetic and vibrant cities in the world. With its futuristic skyline, dazzling neon advertisements and crowds, it's easy to forget that Tokyo began its life as a small fishing village in the 16 century called Edo. Overnight on board.
Day 2 - TOKYO, ARRIVAL AND ACCOMMODATION
Upon your arrival in Tokyo after the border procedures you will be greeted by the Italian Speaking Assistant at the airport. Transfer to Tokyo hotel directly by private bus. Accommodation in reserved rooms. Overnight. Upon arrival at the hotel we will deliver you the prepaid Pasmo / Suica card with 1500 YEN that will serve to move with public transport and a personal Sim Card with UNLIMITED data traffic.
Day 3 - TOKYO TOUR - SHIBUYA - YAKINIKU DINNER
Breakfast, Yakiniku dinner and overnight. In the morning departure by private bus to explore Tokyo with our guide in Italian: the Meiji Shrine, dedicated to the late Meiji emperor surrounded by a vast wooded park. From here you can take a walk along the Japanese version of the Champs-Elysees, known as Omotesando. Outside visit of the Imperial Palace and strolling through the oriental gardens visit Asakusa, part of Tokyo's old city, with the ancient Sensoji Senso-ji Buddhist Temple. Our visit ends in Asakusa where Tokyo Skytree Town is located, a rich shopping area with stalls selling typical Souvenirs, around the world's tallest telecommunications tower. Time available. In the evening we will all meet together for a dinner "Yakininku" where in the middle of the table there will be a grill with brazier, where we can cook the meat that will bring us to our liking! Dinner is included! (for vegetarians there is the possibility of having vegetables)
Day 4 - TOKYO GAME SHOW
Day dedicated to the fair, entrance ticket included. The Tokyo Game Show (ウ ゲ ー ム シ ウ ウ Tōkyō Gēmu Shō?), Commonly known as TGS, is a videogame fair held every year in Makuhari Messe, Chiba, Japan. The fair is used by many Japanese (but also international) video game developers to show their next games and hardware. Like the Gamescom in Cologne, the Tokyo Game Show also allows the public to attend the convention over the last two days.
Day 5 - TOKYO, IKEBUKURO AND ODAIBA
In the morning we leave together for a walk in the Toshima district whose center is Ikebukuro, where many famous mangakas of the caliber of Yokoyama Mitsuteru and Tezuka Osamu lived, we will visit "Animate Ikebukuro", the largest worldwide store specializing in anime and manga . In the afternoon we will climb the YURIKAMOME, the monorail train without a driver that will take us to Tokyo Bay, Odaiba passing through the Rainbow Bridge.
Day 6 - AKIHABARA MADNESS
In the morning we leave for Akihabara, also called "Tokyo's Electric Town", with the highest concentration of shops on the planet of electronics, computer science, video games, anime, manga, doujinshi, and action figures. It is the place from which subcultures linked to souls and videogames spread. It is the temple of otaku culture. We will spend the morning together for a cultural tour of the Arcade rooms starting from Taito Hey one of the biggest arcade halls in Japan and continuing until lunch. After a short snack you will have the whole afternoon free to visit Akihabara as you see fit ... here are some interesting locations:
AKIBA Culture ZONE
Day 7 - SHIBUYA & YAKUZA
Morning visit to the Shibya crossing and free afternoon for the latest purchases around Tokyo. In the evening we meet for the Japanese dinner at Gonpachi Nishi-Shidome that inspired the great director Quentin Tarantino for the famous scene in the fil Kill Bill and then visit Kabukichō, the district of Yakuza, portrayed in many movies, anime and video games!
Day 8 - THE LAST DAY IN TOKYO - DEPARTURE
Breakfast. Check-out room.
Two / three rooms (depending on the number of participants) remain available until departure. Free time available to participants for the latest purchases and to explore "your" Tokyo.
In the late afternoon, in good time, transfer by private bus to the airport. Boarding operations. Return air travel with Turkish, change in Istanbul. Overnight on board.
Day 9 - ARRIVAL IN ITALY
Arrival in Rome or Milan
Airport taxes: € 455, subject to change until flight tickets are issued
Cancellation insurance - travel cancellation: € 87 (total fee up to € 3.000)
Tips for driving / hotels / restaurants
Meals not mentioned in the program.
Extra cost per car / driver on duty outside the indicated circuit
Early check-in and late check-out
Anything not expressly specified in the fee includes
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