Experience Japan Cycle Group tour
13 day tour, accommodation, meals, and much more from $7190 per person*
Departures available November 2019, April, May, October, November 2020
Single Supplement available
Gain a fascinating insight into Japan’s distinctive and dynamic culture on this 14-day bicycle journey through the Land of the Rising Sun.
Enjoy 13 nights accommodation in traditional guesthouses, Japanese inns and hotels touring through the heartland of Japan.
Ride with experienced resident cyclists, a journey to be treasured for life.
This journey of 1000 kms travels from Japan’s past-Imperial capital, Kyoto, home of the Geisha, north to the Japan Sea, through rustic fishing villages, to savor the freshest and tastiest sashimi and crab in the world, around one of Japan’s most beautiful peninsulas , and then back south, through more UNESCO, World- Heritage-listed sights, Edo-period outposts and ancient mountain hamlets lost in time, to finish at Japan’s oldest remaining samurai castle, in Matsumoto.
The ride will average around 90 kms per day with some challenging climbs, fully supported by a bus following the group, allowing participants a break – if they need it. Visits to heritage sites, sacred shrines and temples as well as folk museums and other points of interest known often only to the locals, sets this ride apart from others.
13 nights, twin-share accommodation, breakfast and dinners included
Rental road bicycle and helmet
2 cycling guides, 1 cycle bus and driver for trip duration
Cultural events included throughout
24-hour support from the Japan Holidays Australia and Japan offices.
Terms and Conditions
Cycle tour price based on minimum of a 16 people group. Additional charge for less.
Accommodation price subject to change depending on season of booking and type of Kyoto accommodation.
Single supplement available
Tour subject to travel times and availability. Tour pricings subject to change per currency fluctuation, at time of final payment (60 days before departure). Contact Japan holidays for more information.