Narita International Airport (NRT) | New Kansai Airport Japan (KIX)

A high-rise metropolis alive with activity, Tokyo’s streets are lined with dazzling department stores and filled with bustling commuters. Its rapid transit systems are unbelievably easy to navigate, with bullet trains that can whisk you off to the countryside in about an hour. There’s also an overall sense of order that makes everything from selecting dinner options to shopping for souvenirs a breeze. Fireworks and bon-odori dance festivals are also seasonal delicacies, which make Tokyo a year-round, top-notch destination.

Take In Fashion, Food, Fireworks & Fast Transit

Because Tokyo is a trendsetter in fashion, it is a shopper’s paradise. A wide variety of shopping districts offer tours of designer stores, adorable boutiques, wacky cosplay (costume-play) shops and 100 Yen Shops (dollar stores) — where you can find quality-made items at a bargain. From sensu (folding fans) to furoshiki (wrapping cloths) and colorful kimono gowns to tenugui (hand towels), traditional Japanese clothing and accessories make the perfect gift. Classic patterns and exquisite workmanship deliver made-in-Japan charm. Set aside some time to shop the Hakuhinkan Toy Park, where every kind of gadget known to man will amaze you.

With 400 years in the making, Tokyo’s local cuisine has a universal appeal, and offers a treasure trove of tasty delights. If you're an early riser, a must-see is the Tsukiji Fish Market. Here, you'll find some of the freshest sushi on the planet. The city’s 23 zones all serve up mouth-watering local specialties, including soba (buckwheat noodles), tsukudani (sardines) and miso (soy). Venture off a main street and discover a totally different world — from ramen zones and antenna shops (specialty food shops) to yokocho alleys (rows of tiny, unique eateries). For sweet treats, a must-try spot is the Ginza district, which is famous for its high-end chocolates.

An integral part of Japanese culture and history, fireworks are displayed throughout the year in hundreds of dazzling shows and festivals. Don’t miss these stunning explosions, which are popular during summer months

Tokyo’s train system is one of the best in the world, and is essential for getting around. With more than six million Japanese residents riding every day, it’s fast, crowded, safe and sprawling. You can catch a shinkansen (bullet train) to scenic Kyoto, passing majestic Mount Fuji, in about two and a half hours.

Sacred sites and social graces are very common in Tokyo. Enjoy a quiet and meditative walk through a Shinto shrine, Buddhist temple or The Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden — where more than 1,500 cherry trees bloom every spring. Tokyo may be bustling and crowded, but its citizens are very polite and considerate. From waiting in straight lines in jam-packed subways to removing shoes in temples, museums and restaurants, manners are at the center of life in Tokyo.

Plan Your Vacation

From the rich traditions to the awe-inspiring sites, plan your Tokyo vacation package to experience them all.
Delta Vacations offers hotels throughout the lavish downtown districts and commercial areas. Book, bundle
and save with us, and enjoy the flexibility of having an expert there to assist you every step of the way.  

Round-trip transfers between the airport and hotel are not included with your flight and hotel vacation package.
You can purchase private or shared transfers with your Delta Vacations package, and also consider adding a tour or activity like a Mount Fuji and Hakone Tour or a Tokyo Grand Tour.