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How much are vacation packages to Japan?
You can find a fantastic hotel and flight bundle from just $1,715. With one of our Travelocity vacation packages, a getaway to Japan has never looked so good! Save both time and money and then start packing those bags.
Where can I get the best vacation package deals for Japan?
There are terrific Japan package deals to snap up with Travelocity. Did you know we partner with 400 airlines and 1,000,000 properties in all corners of the globe? Keep that in mind the next time you’re ready to tick another destination off your must-visit list.
Why should I book my Japan vacation package with Travelocity?
Incredible savings, loads of breathtaking destinations and a team of customer service experts available 24/7 — that’s why. And with our Price Match Guarantee, you can rest assured knowing that you’ll always score the best possible deal with Travelocity.
Can I save on my Japan car rental if I combine it with my hotel or flight?
Combining your bookings into a Japan vacation package will leave you with some serious savings. You can book a car and flight a car, flight and hotel or a hotel and car. You won’t find a better way to discover the greater Japan area than with your own rental car. You can also add experiences and tours to your Travelocity package.
What is the best time of year to go to Japan?
Consider visiting in to experience this place at its most exciting. While they’re no doubt the most crowded months, the buzzing vibe that comes with the peak period is tough to resist. If you’re seeking a more relaxed pace, will suit you better. Don’t want to spend a packet on your digs? Hold off on booking in , when prices skyrocket. Look for something cheap and cozy in instead.
What is there to do in Japan?
You’ll be happy to know Japan is full of incredible things to see and do, however Tokyo Disneyland® and Tokyo Sky Tree are two favorites.
Can I go on vacation to Japan at this time?
Find out all the info you need to know about quarantine policies and travel restrictions before you head for Japan. Our Covid-19 Travel Advisor is full of advice to help make your vacation as smooth and carefree as possible.

Where to stay in Japan: Best areas for travelers

  • Tokyo: You'll soon learn why travelers to Japan cite Tokyo as one of their favorite destinations. Unique attractions such as Disneyland® Tokyo, Tokyo Sky Tree and Tokyo Tower are only the beginning of what's on offer here. If you're looking for a hotel close by, The Peninsula Tokyo, the remm Hibiya and THE GATE HOTEL TOKYO by HULIC have all earned great reviews.
  • Osaka: One of the busiest and most impressive locations in Japan, Osaka has plenty of attractions to keep you entertained. You simply can't visit without exploring Osaka Castle. Same goes for Osaka Aquarium Kaiyukan and Osaka Science Museum. For a comfortable stay, we recommend the Hotel Granvia Osaka, the Osaka Dai-ichi Hotel and the Hotel Hankyu RESPIRE OSAKA.
  • Kyoto: It's hardly surprising why so many people put this destination on their must-visit list. Home to famous attractions like Kiyomizu Temple, Kyoto Imperial Palace and Nijō Castle, Kyoto has lots to keep you busy. For a cozy stay, have a look at the Iwashige Building, the Kyoto Hotel Okura or the Hotel Gran Ms Kyoto.
  • Nagoya: Boasting renowned sights like Nagoya Castle, Atsuta Jingu Shrine and Toyota Commemorative Museum of Industry and Technology, this bustling place deserves a spot on your Japan itinerary. Once you've worn yourself out sightseeing, hop into a cozy bed at the Hotel Shinsuien, the Cypress Garden Hotel or the ANA Crowne Plaza Hotel Grand Court Nagoya.
  • Nagano: Nagano Olympic Stadium is just one of the many draw cards in this wonderful part of Japan. Ensure you plan enough time to discover everything else this destination is renowned for. For places to stay, the Mahoroba, the Hotel Route-Inn Court Shinonoi and the Hotel NICEIN should make your shortlist.