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Discovering Japan Gay Group Tour

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Discovering Japan
Gay Group Tour

Tokyo, Osaka, Nara, Koyasan, Kyoto, and more!

10 Days from/to Tokyo, Japan

October 19 – 28, 2024


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Tokyo and Kyoto – it’s in these two cities that Japan’s opposites converge. Austere Zen gardens and flamboyant street life, ornate wooden houses and ultramodern skyscrapers, traditional tea ceremonies, and conveyor belt sushi restaurants – contrasts go hand in hand in Japan. And in between, glimpses of the Japanese Alps and the sacred Fuji-san.


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• Travel Japanese style on the Shinkansen

• Stay overnight in a temple with meditation and Japanese bathing culture

• Keep up with the latest trends in Tokyo

• Fascinating high culture – Kyoto

• Introduction to the art of sushi making


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Discovering Japan Gay Tour Itinerary

Day 1
Touchdown in Tokyo
After your arrival in Tokyo (flights not included), you’ll have the day to acclimatise and start exploring the largest city in the world at your leisure. Let your gay adventure begin!

Accommodation: Remm Roppongi Hotel, Tokyo


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Day 2
Next stop Osaka
Today, you’ll embark on a two-and-a-half-hour journey on the Shinkansen express train to Osaka.

From the observation deck of the Umeda Sky Building, you’ll get your first impression of the buzzing city.

But then it’s time to join in the action – in the high street, it’s shop till you drop! You’ll definitely find some wacky souvenirs for your friends back home.

Osaka is known for its delicious street food – your guide will show you where to find the best takoyaki in Japan!

As soon as it gets dark, you’ll move on to the nightlife district of Dotonbori. In one of the many cosy izakayas (Japanese pubs), you and the other guys can raise a toast to your gay holiday with hot sake over dinner.

Meals Included: Breakfast & Dinner
Accommodation: Agora Place Osaka Namba Hotel, Osaka


Japan gay tour - Mount Koya


Day 3
Call of the mountains
After getting off to an early start, you’ll take the train through the scenic mountains and transfer to the funicular for the last stretch of the journey.

You’ll spend the afternoon, exploring Mount Koya - the sacred mountain. Your guide will take you on a fascinating tour of the vast and mysterious Okunoin cemetery. From there, you’ll discover the holy Garan temple complex with its one-of-a-kind revolving pagoda.

In the evening, you’re invited to tap into your inner self during a meditation session with the monks.

Tonight, you’ll sleep on a traditional futon and tatami mat as well as learn the ins and outs of Japanese bathing culture in the temple’s communal bath.

After a restful night, you’ll be woken for morning prayers by the echoing sound of the gong.

Meals Included: Breakfast & Dinner
Accommodation: Hoon-in Ryokan, Koyasan


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Day 4
In search of enlightenment
After a traditional vegetarian breakfast with steaming Japanese tea, you’ll bid the spiritual heart of Japan “farewell” and continue by bus to Nara.

At the gigantic Todai Temple you’ll be in awe of the enormous bronze Buddha inside. If you can fit through the legendary opening the size of Buddha’s nostril, you’ll be rewarded with eternal enlightenment. But even if you don’t fit, you’re sure to feel the energy of this sacred place.

In the afternoon, you’ll continue by bus to Kyoto, the former imperial city and cultural metropolis.

The first thing on the agenda is a stroll through the traditional geisha neighbourhood of Gion with its wooden merchant houses.

Meals Included: Breakfast
Accommodation: Daiwa Roynet Ekimae Hotel, Kyoto


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Day 5
Temple hopping
No gay holiday in Japan would be complete without temple hopping in Kyoto!

You’ll start with the magnificent Golden Pavilion, which shines majestically from its surrounding gardens. At Ryoan-ji Temple, you’ll feast your eyes on one of Japan’s most stunning rock gardens.

Afterwards, you’ll head to Tenryu-ji Temple in Arashiyama. On a walk through the beautifully landscaped garden, you’ll discover streams, hills, and trees in an array of vibrant colours. You’re sure to never to forget the magical atmosphere created by the sunlight shining through the branches of the emerald green trees!

Meals Included: Breakfast
Accommodation: Daiwa Roynet Ekimae Hotel, Kyoto


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Day 6
Imperial Kyoto
You’ll start off another unforgettable day of your gay holiday with a visit to Nijo Castle, also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The expansive complex covers 275,000 square metres and includes Ninomaru Palace with its amazing "nightingale floors", which make chirping sounds when walked upon.

At Nishiki Market, a narrow, five-block-long street lined by over one hundred shops and restaurants, you’ll have the chance to sample all sorts of local delicacies.

The afternoon is free for you to explore Kyoto at your leisure.

Meals Included: Breakfast
Accommodation: Daiwa Roynet Ekimae Hotel, Kyoto


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Day 7
One-way ticket to Tokyo
You’re still not done with Kyoto – after visiting the ornate Heian Shrine and the Imperial Palace, the former palace of the Emperor of Japan, you’ll indulge your taste buds during an interactive Japanese sushi making class at a local restaurant.

Reinvigorated, it’s back to Tokyo on the Shinkansen.

You’ll arrive at the hotel in Tokyo in the afternoon, and in the evening, accompanied by a local English-speaking gay guide, you’ll explore the open-minded neighbourhood of Shinjuku Ni-chome, Tokyo’s largest gay district. A truly unique gay experience!

Meals Included: Breakfast
Accommodation: Remm Roppongi Hotel, Tokyo


Tokyo gay tour - Senso-ji temple


Day 8
Tokyo adventures
Get ready for the Tour de Tokyo! There’s so much to do in this amazing city that you can only begin to scratch the surface of what it has to offer.

The first adventure of the day is riding the Tokyo subway – is it really as crowded as people say?

Your first stop is Asakusa where you’ll visit the stunning Senso-ji temple – an absolute must-see. The street leading to the shrine is the souvenir mile par excellence, with kimonos and fans on sale at every corner.

From the giant Tokyo Skytree television tower, you’ll have an unforgettable panoramic view of the mega metropolis. Make sure to take lots of selfies!

Afterwards, you’ll visit the Tokyo National Museum in Ueno. Feel free to stay as long as you’d like.

Meals Included: Breakfast
Accommodation: Remm Roppongi Hotel, Tokyo


Tokyo gay tour - Shibuya


Day 9
Iconic Tokyo
Today will be wild! In Harajuku, you’ll visit the famous Meiji Shrine before diving into Japan’s pop culture.

Get ready to see teenagers in fabulous manga costumes and one crazy fashion boutique after another on Takeshita-dori.

In Shibuya, you won’t find any cats in Cat Street, but you will find lots of unique shops, second-hand stores, and cafés.

From the Starbucks on the corner, you’ll have the best of the iconic Shibuya Crossing, probably the busiest intersection in the world – another perfect photo op.

The afternoon is free for you to spend at your leisure – with a few tips from your guide, of course.

After a fun-filled day of gay adventure, you’ll have a delicious farewell dinner with the guys at a local restaurant in the evening.

Meals Included: Breakfast & Dinner
Accommodation: Remm Roppongi Hotel, Tokyo


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Day 10
Sayonara Japan!
Your unforgettable gay adventure is sadly coming to an end – we hope you’ve had an amazing time!

The express bus will take you to the airport where you’ll board your flight home (flights not included).

Meals Included: Breakfast


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Why Japan?

• On this tour you’re not a tourist – you become Japanese: you’ll travel on public transport, eat and drink at local restaurants, pubs, and street food stalls; you’ll spend a day in a temple meditating with the monks and enjoying traditional bathing culture; you’ll learn how to make sushi and how navigate your way through the streets of Tokyo with a local (video).

Respect – discipline – selflessness: these are the values that govern daily life in Japan. Is this just a stereotype? This incredible journey is worth finding out.

• With its more than 1,600 temples, the truly fascinating high culture in Kyoto should be on everyone’s bucket list.

• In Japan, sexuality is kept private and not discussed in public; however, there are encouraging efforts to give homosexuality a platform in the form of vibrant street fairs and an international film festival.

Gay bars are not easy to find at first glance, but your local guide can certainly give you tips when it comes to exploring the gay quarter in Tokyo.


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What's Included?

• Transfers, excursions, and round trip by train, bus, and other public transport

• 8 nights in hotels

• 1 overnight stay in a temple ryokan in a double room with a shared bathroom and a typical communal Japanese bath

• Breakfasts

• Welcome dinner in Osaka on day 2

• Vegetarian dinner at the temple ryokan

• Meditation in the temple

• Sushi making class in Kyoto

• Guided tour through the gay district of Tokyo

• Farewell dinner in Tokyo

• Luggage transfer service from Tokyo to Osaka (during the day), Kyoto to Tokyo (during the day); only light hand luggage available for the overnight stay on day 3

• English-speaking gay tour guide in Japan

• Entrance fees according to the itinerary

• CO2 compensation – climate neutral gay tour


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Remm Roppongi Hotel, Tokyo


Tour Hotels

Remm Roppongi Hotel, Tokyo

Situated in the Minato district in Tokyo, 400 metres from Roppongi Hills, Remm Roppongi features air-conditioned rooms with free WiFi throughout the property. Guests can enjoy the on-site restaurant. You will find a 24-hour front desk at the property.


Remm Roppongi Hotel room


The compact rooms at this accommodation are fitted with a flat-screen TV. You will find a kettle in the room. The rooms include a private bathroom. For your comfort, you will find slippers, free toiletries and a hairdryer.

Mori Art Museum is 400 metres from Remm Roppongi, while Nezu Museum is 1.3 km from the property. The nearest airport is Tokyo Haneda International Airport, 13 km from Remm Roppongi.


Agora Place Osaka Namba Hotel


Agora Place Osaka Namba Hotel, Osaka

Offering air-conditioned rooms in the Chuo Ward district of Osaka, Agora Place Osaka Namba is 500 metres from Nipponbashi Monument. The property is close to several well-known attractions, 700 metres from Shimomayamabashi Monument, 1 km from Mitsutera Temple and 1.1 km from Nipponbashi Catholic Church. Free WiFi is available and private parking can be arranged at an extra charge.


Agora Place Osaka Namba Hotel room


Guest rooms in the hotel are equipped with a kettle. At Agora Place Osaka Namba each room includes a desk, a flat-screen TV and a private bathroom. Guests at the accommodation can enjoy a buffet breakfast. Speaking English, Japanese, Korean and Chinese at the reception, staff are ready to help around the clock.


Honn-in Ryokan, Koyasan


Hoon-in Ryokan, Koyasan

In 2004, Koyasan was registered as a UNESCO World Heritage Site under the name “Sacred Sites and Pilgrimage Routes in the Kii Mountain Range”. The history and tradition has been accumulated for 1,200 years since Kobo Daishi opened the Shingon esoteric buddhism temple in 816. Koyasan has many cultural assets and historical sites, and has collected many people's faith.


Honn-in Ryokan room


Hoon-in cherishes the traditional Shukubo spirit. We hope that everyone who has stayed will feel the Koukasan's traditional Shukubo emotions. In addition, because Wi-Fi is fully equipped, you can connect to the Internet from the room you have stayed. We meet various needs such as sports training camps and company workshops.

A bath and a toilet are not located in the room. Yukata, face towels, bath towels and toothbrush sets are provided in your room.


Daiwa Roynet Ekimae Hotel, Kyoto


Daiwa Roynet Ekimae Hotel, Kyoto

Newly opened in August 2016, Daiwa Roynet Hotel Kyoto Ekimae offers accommodations with free WiFi. The hotel is directly connected to JR Kyoto Station and a 4-minute walk away. Laptop rentals are available for in-room use.

Kyoto Ekimae Daiwa Roynet is a 15-minute walk from Toji Temple and a 20-minute train ride from Fushimi Inari Shrine. Kansai International Airport can be reached with a 105-minute bus ride from the property. Nishi and Higashi Hongan-ji temples are respectively a 15 and 10-minute stroll from the hotel.


Daiwa Roynet Ekimae Hotel room


The air-conditioned rooms feature a trouser press, a fridge and an electric kettle with green tea bags. Guests can enjoy the video-on-demand system on the flat-screen satellite TV. The bathroom comes with a hairdryer and toothbrush sets. Both WiFi and wired internet access are available in all rooms. Bath amenities are provided.

A coin-launderette is on-site and dry cleaning services are offered at the 24-hour front desk. Wheelchair rentals and photocopying services are available as well. Guests can purchase beverages from the drinks vending machine on site.


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Discovering Japan Gay Group Tour Prices

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€ 3,679

Tour Only, Per Person, Single Occupancy

€ 4,229

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Prices are per person in EUR.

Deposit: €800 per person. Balance Due 90 days before departure

Price does not include 3% payment card charges. No additional charges on bank transfer payments.


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