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Day 01: Kyoto
Anyone is invited to visit Japan's imperial capital and spiritual center at any time of day or night. Join your fellow travelers and the CEO for a relaxing evening in Kyoto's nightlife on your first night out. A pre-booked hotel is a must if you want to make the most of this city's attractions and nightlife.
Day 02: Kyoto/Hiroshima
You may go to Hiroshima on a bullet train, which is renowned for its terrible past, fierce survival, and so much more. The Peace Park and Museum, Shukkei-en Japanese garden, and Hiroshima Castle are all worthy stops for tourists in this historic city.
Day 3: Hiroshima
Take a boat to Miyajima, Japan's holy island, to view the floating torii gate and meet the friendly deer. Consider taking a moderate climb around Mt. Misen, and don't miss out on the local delicacy, oysters.
Day 4: Hiroshima/Osaka
opt on a train to Osaka, a vibrant metropolis known for its cuisine, neon lights, and lively after-hours. During your leisure time, take advantage of the city's many attractions, such as Osaka Castle Park, Shinsaibashi retail district, and Dotombori Bridge. The city's iconic squid snack, takoyaki, should be sampled, as should kushikatsu, which is best enjoyed with a group.
Day 05: Osaka
Spend a day wandering the streets of this fascinating city and getting to know its people. Check out the ramen museum or explore the various stores in Umeda, the capital of Japan capital city. A final night out with new friends in Osaka? Get ready to explore the vibrant nightlife of the city. Reminisce about the night by having a drink with us!
Day 06: Osaka
But don't worry, this is the day you'll be leaving! This will be the last time we see one other till we meet again.
Bring your fellow travelers together for one final laugh and social media interaction before you go. We strongly advocate scheduling post-accommodation in order to get the most out of this pulsating metropolis.