Honshu Golden Route

from£1,210

Honshu Golden Route

Departure Date

Daily

Duration

9 Days 8 Nights

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4-5 Star Hotel
Meals indicated
Included all entrance fee
No gratuity fee
Tour guide
People (per person) Adults Child 0-5Y (Sharing Bed) Child 6-8Y (Sharing Bed) Child 6-12Y (Not Sharing Bed)
4-8  £1,870  £187 £1,122 £1,496
9-14  £1,760  £176 £1,056 £1,408
15-24  £1,595 £160 £957 £1,276
25-35  £1,375 £138 £825 £1,100
36-40  £1,210 £121 £726 £968

*Price are base on two adults sharing one room. If one child sharing room with one adult, that child need to pay for adult fee. Additional Charge will apply on single traveler.

*Guarantee to stay in 4-5 stars hotel.

*Hotel room are based on double occupancy; single traveller needs to pay for additional fee.

*Meals inclusive will be list according to tour itinerary.

*Private tour guide with chosen languages (English, Cantonese or Mandarin)

*The above itinerary is for reference only. Local tour operator reserves the right to change where necessary without prior notice.

*Customer have the responsible to pay for any additional fee that occur due to war, political reasons and weather etc. unforeseen circumstance,

*Customer must hold a valid travel document during the whole journey and at least 6 months after the return date.

*The company recommend every customer should purchase a valid travel insurance.

*Tour price are already includes any taxes, tips and entrance fee.

*Tour prices may differences due to seasons.

*At the time of booking, customer need to pay 50% of non-refundable deposit of the tour fee. Customer need to pay for the remaining 50% of the tour fee 60 days before the tour.

*If any reasons customer wants to cancel, cancellation must be requested in writing via post or email

(exclude tour starts day)

<31 days before tour starts 50% deposit will not be refunded
>30 days before tour starts 100% tour fee will not be refunded
  • All taxes, tips and entrance fee
  • 5 nights 4 stars hotel room (double occupancy)
  • Meals indicated on the tour itinerary
  • Professional private tour with chosen languages (English, Cantonese or Mandarin)
  • All the transfer and transportation with air-con bus
  • Airfare and any fuel and airport taxes.
  • Any unforeseen circumstances which is beyond the company’s control,  e.g.flight cancel, weather conditions and natural disasters, the company will not be responsible for any extra expenses incurred.
  • Personal travel insurance (Our Company strongly recommend to purchase before travel)
  • Visa expenses

Honshu Golden Route

Day 01

Tokyo

1.Arrived Japan via Haneda International Airport
2.Asakusa: main attraction is Sensoji, a very popular Buddhist temple, built in the 7th century. The temple is approached via the Nakamise, a shopping street that has been providing temple visitors with a variety of traditional, local snacks and tourist souvenirs for centuries.
3.Odaiba: a popular shopping and entertainment district on a manmade island in Tokyo Bay.

Hotel: Tobu Hotel Levant Tokyo or similar
Meals: Lunch and dinner
Day 02

Tokyo

1.Tsukiji Fish Market: a large wholesale market for fish, fruits and vegetables in central Tokyo. It is the most famous of over ten wholesale markets that handle the distribution of food and flowers in Tokyo.
2.Edo Museum: the museum’s permanent exhibition vividly illustrates the past of Tokyo (known as Edo until 1869) through its exhibits and covers many features of the capital from the Edo Period to relatively recent decades.
3.Meijin Shrine: The shrine was completed and dedicated to the Emperor Meiji and the Empress Shoken in 1920, eight years after the passing of the emperor and six years after the passing of the empress. The shrine was destroyed during the Second World War but was rebuilt shortly thereafter.
4.Imperial Palace: located on the former site of Edo Castle, a large park area surrounded by moats and massive stone walls in the center of Tokyo, a short walk from Tokyo Station. It is the residence of Japan’s Imperial Family.
5.Tokyo Tower: standing 333 meters high in the center of Tokyo, Tokyo Tower is the world’s tallest, self-supported steel tower and 13 meters taller than its model, the Eiffel Tower.
6.Ginza: a popular upscale shopping area of Tokyo, with numerous internationally renowned department stores, boutiques, restaurants and coffeehouses located in its vicinity.

Hotel: Tobu Hotel Levant Tokyo or similar
Meals: Breakfast, lunch and dinner
Day 03

Hakone – Fuji

1.Lake Ashi Cruise: runs between Moto-Hakone Port, Hakone-machi Port and Togendai Port. From Lake Ashi, passengers can enjoy Hakone’s wonderful mountain-ringed scenery.
2.Komagatake Ropeway: Mt. Komagatake is a 1357-meter high lava dome, created by a Hakone volcanic eruption 40,000 years ago. Almost 2400 years ago, the top of this mountain became a holy precinct for mountain ascetics.
3.Mt Fuji 5th Station: Mt. Fuji is a widely-known symbol of Japan. At 3,773 meters, Mount Fuji is Japan’s tallest mountain. The fifth station Mt. Fuji is the fifth point from the base at the height of 2,305 meter.

Hotel: Fuji View Hotel or similar
Meals: breakfast, lunch and dinner
Day 04

Matsumoto – Nagano

1.Daio Wasabi Farm: Japan’s largest wasabi farm covering 15 hectares. It’s natural water springs 120,000t per day that is to enable their annual yield of 150t of wasabi.
2.Kaichi School Museum: one of the first schools in Japan. It opened in a temporary building in May 1873, the year after the first major education reforms were introduced by the new Ministry of Education.
3.Matsumoto Castle: one of the most complete and beautiful among Japan’s original castles. It is unique for having both a secondary donjon and a turret adjoined to its main keep.

Hotel: Matsumoto Maranouchi Hotel or similar
Meals: breakfast, lunch and dinner
Day 05

Shirakawa – Takayama – Gifu

1.Shirakawa Village (Unesco World Heritage): The architectural style developed over many generations and is designed to withstand the large amounts of heavy snow that falls in the region during winter. The roofs, made without nails, provided a large attic space used for cultivating silkworms.
2.Takayama Old Town: is the iconic district for sightseeing in Takayama. This merchant center was the prosperous heart of the community during the old castle town days.
3.Yoshijima Heritage House: the former residence of the Yoshijima family. Also open to the public, the building used to serve as a residence and sake brewery.
4.Katsukabe Folk Museum: This building dating from the 1890s showcases the striking craftsmanship of traditional Takayama carpenters. Inside is a collection of folk art.

Hotel: Associa Takayama Resort or similar
Meals: Breakfast, lunch and dinner
Day 06

Takayama – Nagoya

1.Takayama Morning Market/Takayama Shrine: one of the biggest morning markets in Japan. The stalls on river side sell vegetables, fruits, pickles and spices while shops on the other side sell Japanese sweets and crafts.
2.Nagoya City Science Museum: a characteristic giant silver globe, which houses one of the world’s largest planetariums.
3.Osu Cannon Temple & Shopping District: Kamakura Period (1192-1333) in neighboring Gifu Prefecture, the temple was moved to its current site by Tokugawa Ieyasu in 1612 after the original temple had been repeatedly damaged by severe flooding. The current buildings are 20th century reconstructions. Just beside the temple is the entrance to the Osu Shopping Arcade, a network of aging but charming covered shopping streets with over 400 shops and restaurants.

Hotel: Castle Plaza Nagoya or similar
Meals: breakfast, lunch and dinner
Day 07

Kyoto

1.Ryoanji Zen Temple (Unesco World Heritage): Japan’s most famous rock garden, which attracts hundreds of visitors every day. It’s a world famous zen garden.
2.Kinkakuji (Unseco World Heritage): a Zen temple in northern Kyoto whose top two floors are completely covered in gold leaf.
3. Nishijin Textile Center: is a modern-style building where demonstrations and exhibits are held on the theme of the traditional Nishijin textile industry.
4.Kiyomizu Temple (Unseco World Heritage): one of the most celebrated temples of Japan. It was founded in 780 on the site of the Otowa Waterfall in the wooded hills east of Kyoto, and derives its name from the fall’s pure waters.
5.Sennenzaka Street: lined with beautifully restored traditional shop and blissfully free of the overhead power lines that mar the rest of Kyoto, Sannen-zaka and Ninen-zaka are a pair of pedestrian-only lanes that make for some of the most atmospheric strolling in the whole city.

Hotel: Hyatt Regency Osaka or similar
Meals: Breakfast, lunch and dinner
Day 08

Osaka

1.The Momofuku Ando Instant Ramen Museum (Nissin): An interactive educational food museum where visitors learn the importance of invention and discovery.
2.Shinsaibashi & Dotombori: the largest shopping area in Osaka where many boutiques and specialty shops are gathered, attracting local people and visitors.
3.Umeda Sky Building: the 173 meter tall building consists of two towers that are connected with each other by the “Floating Garden Observatory” on the 39th floor. The observatory offers great views of the city through its windows and from its open-air deck.

Hotel: Hyatt Regency Osaka or similar
Meals: breakfast, lunch and dinner
Day 09

Nara – Kansai

1.Nara Deer Park: the park is home to hundreds of freely roaming deer. Considered in Shinto to be messengers of the gods, Nara’s nearly 1200 deer have become a symbol of the city and have even been designated as a natural treasure.
2.Todaiji Temple: one of Japan’s most famous and historically significant temples and a landmark of Nara. The temple was constructed in 752 as the head temple of all provincial Buddhist temples of Japan.
3.Rinku Outlet: a 2-story building in the style of the old American port town Charleston houses over 210 shops.
Leaving Japan via Kansai International Airport

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