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Megacities, cherry blossoms and captivating history

 

Few countries are as utterly at ease with antiquity and the future as Japan. Take in Mount Fuji on a state-of-the-art Shinkansen, picnic beneath cherry blossom trees with the locals, and stay in a traditional ryokan guest house while you marvel at the megalopolis around you.

 

 

 

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Club Med Sahoro with Flight

Club Med Sahoro with Flight

Japan for 6 nights

From RM8,486 / per person

Club Med Kabira, Japan

Club Med Kabira, Japan

Japan for 3 nights

From RM1,728 / per person

Club Med Tomamu, Japan (Winter)

Club Med Tomamu, Japan (Winter)

Japan for 5 nights

From RM5,915 / per person

Club Med Tomamu, Japan (Summer)

Club Med Tomamu, Japan (Summer)

Japan for 3 nights

From RM2,058 / per person

Tokyo & Hakone Discovery with Flight

Tokyo & Hakone Discovery with Flight

Japan for 4 nights

From RM2,974 / per person

Hokkaido

Hokkaido

Japan for 6 nights

From RM7,205 / per person

Club Med Sahoro, Japan

Club Med Sahoro, Japan

Japan for 5 nights

From RM5,005 / per person

 

 

Tokyo: The Old & The New

Tokyo is a perfect blend of the old and the new; historical landmarks and timeless cultural gems meet towering skyscrapers and neon lights in this truly intoxicating city. We challenge you not to fall in love at first sight with Tokyo. Before you do, though, holidays to Japan can be overwhelming; there’s so much to see, so much to experience and so much to. 

 

Tokyo Sightseeing

Skyscrapers, department stores, karaoke bars in abundance... you’re not exactly lacking in things to do and see during your Japan holidays.

Impossible to miss is the Tokyo Skytree, the world’s tallest free-standing broadcast tower. Take the elevator up to one of the viewing platforms for incredible views of the city, and have a mooch around the various shops and restaurants at its base. 

The world's busiest intersection, the Shibuya crossing has a life of its own. Don’t let the idea of crowds bother you – the Japanese have queuing and order down to a fine art. For a real sense of Tokyo’s energy, you need to pay this crossing a visit.

For shopping, make sure to head to Ginza for department stores and independent shops or head to the busy open-air market street of Ameyoko for 50s-era shopping. The anime and electronics hub is Akihabara — don’t miss this for souvenirs and a taste of Japanese pop culture.