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Mar 30, 2019                        $5250 p/p                       N/A                               $1280

   

      


Oct 9, 2019                           $5250 p/p                        N/A                              $1280     



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10-day Japan Heritage Tour


Tokyo, Mt.Fuji, Nara, Osaka, Kyoto,              Departure date:  Mar 30 2019 & Oct 9 2019


Day 1 Home to Tokyo, Japan

Today we fly to Tokyo in Japan.


Day 2 Tokyo

Upon arrival at Tokyo, your tour guide will meet you and transfer to Hotel.

Accommodation: APA Hotel & Resort Tokyo Bay Makuhari 4* or similar


Day 3 Tokyo (B,L,D)


After breakfast at Hotel, we will visit Meiji Shrine, then we go to Nijubashi Bridge, the main bridge to Tokyo Imperial Palace. From here we continue to the 700-meter long pedestrian path in Chidorigafuchi Park to view the glorious Cherry Blossoms. From late March to early April, the path will be covered with the blossoms of about 260 various varieties of cherry trees. After lunch we visit the ancient Buddhist temple AsakusaKannon (Sensō-ji), Tokyo's oldest temple.  And a stop at Nakamise Shopping Street which is the one of the oldest shopping streets in Japan well-known as a place to find local handicrafts.


Day 04 Tokyo (B,L,D)


Before breakfast an early morning visit to Tsukiji Fish Market  which consists of an inner market where most of the wholesale business and the famous tuna auctions are take place, and an outer market whose retail shops and restaurants carter to the public. Access into the auction areas is limited to buyers.


After Breakfast we visit Ueno Park, Tokyo's most significant cultural center. Its 300 acres are filled with museums, temples, shrines, natural attractions, important institutions and several of Japan's top schools. Continue to Akihabara, a cultural center and a shopping district for computer goods, video games, anime, and manga. You may find some nice souvenir here. Shinjuku Skycraper, is the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building, is home of the tallest office buildings in Tokyo. You will have a chance (optional) to have a panoramic view of the Tokyo from the 45th floor. 
 
DAY 05: Tokyo – Hakone - Izu (B,L,D)

This morning, leave Tokyo by coach for Mt. Fuji, the volcanic mountain that is Japan’s national icon.Visit Mt. Fuji Visitor’s Centre and ride up to the 5th Station

of Mt. Fuji (weather permitting). Later we visit Lake Kawaguchiko, the longest shoreline of any of the Fuji Five Lakes. As you travel along the lakefront, you will notice there are numerous locations with cherry trees. In addition to Nagasaki Park, the many options include the lake side of the Fuji View Hotel, Fuji Omuro Sengen Shrine, the Kawaguchiko Museum of Art, the area near the Lake Kawaguchiko Circular Hall (Kawaguchiko Stellar Theater), and various walking trails that trace the lakefront. Find the cherry blossom viewing spot you like best as you walk through the area. The day concludes with a visit to Hakone Peace Park, for another spectacular view of Mount Fuji.

Overnight in a hot spring hotel.  Dinner tonight will be a Japanese Kaiseki banquet spa dinner.


DAY 06: Izu  - Kyoto (B,L,D)

Breakfast followed by a morning drive to Kyoto. After lunch we visit to Nijo Castle, designated by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. It was built in 1603 by Tokugawa Ieyasu, the founding shogun of the Edo shogunate which ruled Japan from the beginning of the 17th century. The central keep, or Tenshu, was struck by lightning and burned to the ground in 1750.  In 1893 the keep was replaced by the existing Ninomaro Palace inside the outer fortifications. The imposing exterior is complimented by a splendid garden with groves of plum and cherry trees. The walls and sliding paper screen doors of the opulent interior are decorated wall paintings by artists of the Kanō school. The building houses several different reception chambers, offices and the living quarters of the shogun, where only female attendants were allowed. One of the most striking features of the Ninomaru Palace are the "nightingale floors" constructed in such a way as to squeak like birds when anyone walks on them protect the occupants from sneak attacks by assassins.


Overnight in Kyoto
Accommodation:  Heian No Mori Kyoto 4* or similar 

DAY 07:Kyoto (B,L,D)

A full day’s sightseeing in Kyoto including Kiyomizu-dera, an independent Buddhist temple and listed UNESCO site, Heian-jingu Shrine, a relatively recent addition to Kyoto's collection of sacred places, but  still an impressive shrine which features elegant, richly-colored buildings surrounded by large gardens in the four cardinal directions. Of course there will be no shortage of cherry blossoms from the weeping cherry trees which stand in the garden of Heian Shrine, making it one of the best spots to see weeping cherry trees in Kyoto. Our day of sightseeing concludes at the Kinkaku-jiand Nishijin Textile Centre where we will be treated to a Kimono Show.

Overnight Accommodation: Kyoto 

DAY 08:Kyoto -Nara -Osaka (B,L,D)

Breakfast at the hotel followed by departure from Kyoto.  Our sightseeing today begins with a visit to  Tōdai-ji Buddhist temple, a World Heritage Site that houses Japan's largest statue of Buddha and is the largest wooden building in the world.  From here we continue to Nara Park to visit Kasuga Grand Shrine, Nara’s most celebrated shrine, famous for its lanterns, and Nara Street, the former merchant district where several traditional residential buildings and warehouses have been preserved.  Continue to Osaka in the late afternoon.

Accommodation: Osaka Miyako Hotel 4* or similar 

Day 09:Osaka (B)

Today is your free day in Osaka. Our recommendation is to visit Shinsaibashi street, where you could spend whole day for shopping and eating. That's a genuine local experience. Or visit Osaka castle park, where you could see more than 600 cherry trees surrounding the beautiful castle, which is the symbol of Osaka.


 DAY 10: Osaka –Toronto (B)

This morning we transfer to airport for a flight home.

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Land only price: CAD $5250 P/P based on double occupancy with 20 pax in a group.

Minimum 10 people in a group to guarantee the departure, and the price will be increased by $900 p/p.

Single supplement: CAD$ 1280 P/P


Land Portion

Inclusions:

   8-night 4* hotel accommodation (1-night hot spring hotel)based on double occupancy, with daily breakfast;

   Sightseeing, excursion with local English speaking guide;

   Transfers with private coach and 1-day hotel shuttle bus;

   Meals as specified in the itinerary

Exclusions:

-      Personal expenses, tips($10 per person per day), beverages during meals

-      All meals and visits not mentioned in the program;

-      All other services and airport taxes not mentioned.

-      Any optional tour;


-   International round trip air fare and taxes.


 All prices are valid upon the availability.




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