Allow us to suggest a few itineraries for enjoying Japan even if you are visiting only for a few days. The itineraries are a day trip, a two-day trip and a three-day trip. Places featured include Shinjuku in Tokyo, the Hakone hot spring area with its beautiful natural environment, and Enoshima with its exquisite seafood and rich history.
Board the Odakyu Railway for a three-day, two-night tour of the line’s best sightseeing locales! The quaint atmosphere of Hakone, the historical capital of Kamakura, and the lovely coastal views of Enoshima—you can see them all with your three-day Hakone Kamakura Pass.
A 2 day course in which you can experience the wonders of Hakone, such as enjoying the magnificent scenery from the Ropeway, making tombo-damas (Japanese glass beads) and savoring your lunch at a popular café.
Hakone, which can be easily reached from Tokyo and has a wealth of sights to see, is an excellent location to enjoy beautiful views of Mount Fuji. An Indonesian husband and wife took a 2-day trip to Hakone, where they reported on their delightful experiences from their unique Muslim viewpoint.
Introducing the recommended spots of the elegant Kamakura and the trendy Shonan. This is a course in which you can take a stroll at your own pace, while enjoying the seaview from the Enoshima Electric Railway.
The beachfront, which is lined with establishments such as fancy cafes and an aquarium.
A place with many enjoyable spots where you can experience historic shrines, gardens and townscape.
We visited the tourist spot by the sea, which is about one hour away by Romancecar from Shinjuku in Tokyo, to see if it can be enjoyed by Muslims.