Be a part of the first Summer Games to be held in Tokyo since 1964 and mark the beginning of your journey with the elaborate commencement ceremony. Spend your days watching world-class athletic competitions and your nights exploring Tokyo independently and dining at world-class restaurants.This itinerary is an example. It’s designed to inspire you and provide you with thoughtfully curated ideas. You can choose to do this exact itinerary or completely personalize it. All trips are 100% bespoke.
Arrive in Tokyo, the bustling capital of Japan. Proceed by private transfer to your luxury five-star hotel and enjoy the evening in the most dynamic city in the Land of the Rising Sun. Discover this ultra-modern city before the party truly begins and take the opportunity to walk the streets and try the food.
Enjoy half of your day touring Tokyo – featuring some of the city’s most famous attractions including temples and restaurants – and return to your hotel to prepare for the evening’s opening of the games from 20:00 to 23:00. Watch what is sure to be a world-class display before the planet’s finest athletes parade through the New National Stadium to hear your cheers.
Spend your day at the Games watching your choice of event, which on this day include gymnastics, volleyball, and more; swimming will already be holding medal competitions. With the Games in full swing, the the ultra-modern city of Tokyo will be a bustling, cosmopolitan celebration.
As the competition begins to heat up, enjoy another thrilling day of sport at one of the day’s many events. Travelers who book early will have the best options for events. Tennis will be well underway, and both swimming and diving will be holding medal competitions.
Choose another event to watch today on this luxury itinerary of sporting excellence. The first medal events will be held for gymnastics, as well as table tennis, the triathlon, and archery. Basketball fans will be pleased to know that the sport will be nearing the July 29 finals, and the aquatic sports will once again hold medal competitions.
The Tokyo Summer Games 2020 are far from over, but travelers will have one last day to pick their sport of choice before their Games come to an end. More medal competitions will be held in swimming, diving, equestrianism, taekwondo, judo, and fencing. Savor the sights, sounds and tastes of Tokyo on your last day in the capital.
Private transfer to Narita Airport for departure from Japan. Travelers can choose to extend their time in the Land of the Rising Sun with the expert advice of Remote Lands.
Housed in the skyscraper Pacific Century Place, Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Marunouchi has just 48 rooms and nine suites. Fitting the needs of the leisure and business traveler, all accommodations have plasma televisions, WiFi, twice-daily housekeeping services, down or hypoallergenic bedding and a private bar as standard amenities. The spa has two private treatment rooms with a variety of treatments available, and guests are also welcome to relax in the spacious lounge, steam sauna, jet showers, Japanese scrub showers and a traditional onsen bath. There is one restaurant, Ekki Bar & Grill, which offers continental cuisine paired with a mostly New World wine list. Other hotel facilities include a 24-hour fitness center, 24-hour business center and a lobby lounge and bar with dramatic views of the city lights below.
Located in the heart of the Shinjuku district, guests at the Hilton Tokyo are just steps away from most of Tokyo’s most famous sites - and if not a walk, then a ride from the nearby Shinjuku Metro Station. Each of the Hilton’s 821 rooms is decorated in a modern style with inspiration from Japanese architecture and design, and comes with air conditioning, minibar, internet access, flat-screen TV with premium cable channels, and 24-hour housekeeping. Guests can relax by the pool, work out in the fitness center, or play a match on the tennis court. For food and drink options, guests have their pick of four restaurants and two bars. The Hilton Tokyo is 90 minutes by car from Narita International Airport (NRT).
The Hyatt Centric Ginza Tokyo is a hotel with a sense of place. Housed in the former headquarters of the famous Asahi Shimbun newspaper, its decor draws inspiration from that history and from its prominent location in the middle of the glittering Ginza district. Each of its 164 rooms has a large bathtub, bathroom amenities, Nespresso coffee machine, and flat-screen TV. The hotel’s fitness center is open 24 hours a day, and its Terrace Dining is available from 10:00-22:00. The in-house restaurant NAMIKI667 specializes in slow-cooked, Tokyo-sourced cuisine, and has an attached bar and lounge. The Hyatt Centric Ginza Tokyo is approximately 2 hours by car from Narita International Airport (NRT).
Price is based on double or twin hotel room occupancy and includes accommodation, transfers, car/driver, English-speaking guide, activities and entrance fees, breakfasts and some casual lunches while touring. Flights and optional special activities will be quoted separately. Most personal expenses, including dinners, alcoholic beverages, spa treatments and gratuities can be paid on the spot while traveling. Prices may vary depending on season, choice of accommodation and other factors.
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With Remote Lands you'll travel with people who have made Asia the solitary focus of their own lifelong adventure. As our guest, in the continent that our north American founders Catherine and Jay have adored and explored for decades, you'll discover Asia on a journey that is completely, authentically your own, adapted from our own remarkable experiences and adventures over the years.
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