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1) Hometown Tokyo (Japan)
Flight to Tokyo (Capital of Japan) Narita Airport.
2) Tokyo (Narita Airport)
Upon arrival, free shuttle transfer to hotel. Customers will need self check-in at hotel with a valid passport.
Hotel: Nikko Hotel Narita or similar
3) Kannon Temple – Nakamise Street – Imperial Palace, Double Bridge – Ginza – Shinjuku Kabuki – Akihabara (B/L)
【Kannon Temple】Tokyo’s oldest temple, with a statue of Avalokitesvara for believers to worship. A popular tourist attraction. 【Nakamise Street】 Located next to the temple is one of Tokyo’s most popular shopping streets, filled with historical shops. 【Imperial Palace, Double Bridge】Japan’s royal residence; also the previous location of General Tokugawa’s Edo Castle. 【Ginza】 Japan’s largest red light district, with an abundance of theaters, clubs, nightclubs, bars, and so on. 【Akihabara】Japan’s largest electrical street, with the latest, most high-tech electrical and electronic products. L: Wagyu beef barbeque Hotel: Keio Plaza Hotel Tama or similar
4 )Tsukiji fish market – Kamakura – Hachimangu Shrine – Great Buddha – Enoshima – Hakone Hot Spring (B/L/D)
【TSUKIJI fish market】 Largest fish wholesale market in Japan, located in Tsukiji, Chuo-ku. It is one of the leading whole markets in Japan. 【Hachimangu Shrine】Located in Kamakura City is Japan’s Hachiman shrine. Hachiman is the guardian of the military that is highly worshipped in Japan. 【Great Buddha】Kotokuin is located in Kamakura City. This temple has one of Japan’s most famous Buddha, standing at 13.35 meters and weighing about 93 tons. The size comes second to another statues located in Nara Toda-ji-Temple. 【Enoshima】The Island is connected to the mainland with the bridge. The island offers a variety of attractions, such as; shrine, a park, observation towers and caves. L: Japanese traditional cuisine D: Japanese set meals + all you can eat crab legs Hotel: Hotel Mifuji or similar
5) OshinoHakki – Mt. Fuji 5th station – Mt. Fuji Earthquake museum – Lake Hamanako(B/L/D)
【OshinoHakki】 Known as the “Japanese small Jiuzhaigou” where Mt. Fuji’s water has been naturally filtered to form the clear spring water we see today. 【Mt. Fuji 5th station】Japan’s highest peak, one of the largest active volcanoes in the world. Fuji has been known by the Japanese people as the “holy mountain” and is a symbol of pride. 【Mt. Fuji Earthquake museum】An immersive experience at the earthquake museum where video images and models provides an in-depth introduction to earthquakes, evacuation procedures, volcanic eruptions, and other natural disasters. 【Lake Hamanako】 An integration of marine and lake formed a beautiful landscape. It was once known as Japan’s biggest freshwater lake, but due to the tsunami, the lake gradually formed lagoons. L: Japanese Style buffet D: Japanese cuisine Hotel: Hotel Crown PalaisChiryu
6) Lake Hamanako – Kyoto – Fushimi Inari Shrine – Kiyomizu temple – Toji Temple (passby) – Osaka castle park –Shinzaibashi, Dontonbori(B/L)
【Fushimi Inari Shrine】 Japan’s largest wooden temple, dating back about 1,200 years ago. In 1998, it was listed as a world cultural heritage in “Historic Monuments of Ancient Nara”. It was also the site for a SAYURI production. 【Kiyomizu Temple】 The oldest temple of Kyoto holds some of the most fascinating history, making it one of the most famous attractions. 【Toji Temple】 The UNESCO World Heritage has classified the temple as a heritage. 【Osaka castle park】 One of the largest castle ever, with more than 400 years of history.
【Dontonbori】 Osaka’s most famous shopping street, featuring all kinds of goods, from cosmetics, clothes, electrical appliances, and food market. L: Sukiyaki & udon noodles or fish tofu Hotel: Kansai Airport Washington Hotel or similar
7 )Osaka hometown (B)
Free activity prior to hotel shuttle transfer to Narita airport for hometown or next destination.
(We reserve the right to substitute itineraries, hotels or transportation due to situation)