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Discovering Japan

Discovering Japan
$ 7,750 per person at 5-star hotel DBL
7700$
$ 6,900 per person at 5-star hotel TRP
6900$
$ 8,500 per person at 5-star hotel SGL
9000$
Length:
14 days / 13 nights
Number of persons:
at least 2
Trip type:
luxury trip
Services
included
5-star hotel accommodation
English-speaking guide
Luxury car transportation
Other transportation expenses, incl. airport transfers
Bullet train 1st class ticket
Entrance fees
not included
International air tickets
Personal expenses
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You are to spend two amazing weeks and discover one of the most fascinating countries in the world, Japan. You will see its most memorable landmarks, from Tokyo’s skyscrapers to Nikko’s Shinto shrines to Kyoto’s elegant temples and Miyajima’s majestic views. These two weeks will bring you unforgettable memories that you could proudly share back home. It is one-of-a-kind journey that would probably prompt you to think of coming back to Japan to explore even more…
Discover Japan your own way!
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1
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ARRIVAL TO TOKYO and ‘CITY of the PAST’ tour
9 am – 1 pm
arrival at airport, guided transfer to your Tokyo hotel
4 pm – 9 pm
Tokyo ‘City of the past’ tour
Full description
Your first day in Japan would blast off with a trip Odaiba island. This artificial island is a unique place by itself with various attractions, from amusement parks, including Deisan park, to the futuristic TV Fuji building designed by world’s famous architect Kenzo Tange. You can even spot here local Stature of Liberty, a gift from France. There is also a nice observation deck to enjoy the gorgeous Rainbow bridge floating over the Tokyo Bay.  

You will then visit Oedo Onsen hot springs facility where you can try on a kimono or yukata, traditional Japanese cloth, and take a bath the old way. Entering the historical theme park, you will walk the streets of the old Edo, enjoying the lifestyle of the past centuries with its customs and traditions. This journey in time would bring you lots of memories to keep!

With your first day in Japan coming to an end, you will be escorted to your Tokyo hotel.

2
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TOKYO ‘CITY of the FUTURE’ tour
7 am – 9 am
breakfast at hotel
9:50 am
meet the guide and start your day
10 am – 6 pm
Tokyo ‘City of the future’ tour
Full description
‘TO-KYO’ in Japanese stands for ‘Eastern capital’. So your second day in the Eastern capital would start with a visit to the Imperial palace. At the palace park you will enjoy watching gorgeous Japanese pine trees ‘Matsu’. Just a step away, over the moat filled with sacred Japanese carps, there is a local landmark, Nijubashi bridge, one of Tokyo’s symbols.

The next step would be moving to elegant Ginza, Tokyo’s fanciest district, neighboring the Imperial palace. It has been Tokyo’s heart ever since Japan opened up itself to the world in the 19th century. The luxurious Wako department store, Ginza’s most famous landmark, is a fascinating Art Nuovo masterpiece. It is located at Ginza’s Fourth Intersection, which is Tokyo’s Times Square. The name Ginza comes after the establishment of a silver-coin mint that started there back in 1612, during the Edo period. Today’s Ginza is a popular upscale shopping area with numerous internationally renowned department stores, boutiques and restaurants located in its vicinity. It is considered one of the most expensive, elegant and luxurious districts in the world. One can enjoy watching fascinating Cartier, Christian Dior, Chanel, Louis Vuitton or Mikimoto flagship stores concentrated in this area.

From stylish Ginza we will then relocate to trendy Aoyama/Harajuku district, full of cool fashion spots, both ‘hole in the wall’ and much bigger international flagship stores such as incredible Prada boutique with exteriors made of glass. You’ll stroll down Omotesando boulevard with its upscale Omotesando Hills department store, which is very popular among Tokyoites. You will also have an opportunity to shop at the ‘Oriental Bazaar’, the place to get Japanese souvenirs of any kind you might think of.

In the second half of today’s tour we would be moving to neighboring Shinjuku, Tokyo’s downtown with its skyscrapers towering in the area. You might recall famous 2004 Sophia Coppola’s movie, ‘Lost in Translation’, mostly staged at the Park Hyatt Tokyo hotel located right here in Shinjuku. We will then get up to the observation deck of the Tokyo Metropolitan Building, designed by world’s famous architect Kenzo Tange. You will enjoy the breathtaking view of the metropolis down below. One can even spot Mount Fuji on a clear sunny day.

Finally, you’ll be visiting the Yoyogi park to see the beautiful Shinto shrine, Meiji-jingu, one of Japan’s most important spiritual places, would be a nice contrast with the futuristic Shinjuku. Meiji-jingu was built as Emperor Meiji’s own shrine and is famous for its wedding ceremonies in the traditional way.

When your day is done, you’ll get back to your Tokyo hotel for some rest.
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3
day
NIKKO trip: WHAT BEAUTY IS…
7 am – 8 am
breakfast at hotel
8:50 am
meet the guide and start your day
9 am – 6 pm
Nikko tour
Full description
In Japan they say ‘Never say 'kekko' until you've seen Nikko’, with kekko meaning beautiful, magnificent or ‘I am satisfied’, which is a reflection of the beauty and sites of Nikko. It is a small historical town and hot spring and spa resort around hour and a half of drive away from Tokyo.
As the local legend says, Shodo Shonin, famous Japanese Buddhist monk, established the temple of Rinno-ji in 766, followed by the temple of Chuzen-ji by the lake. The village of Nikko has developed around these temples though, according to some historical accounts, a small Shinto shrine has existed here since the 4th century.

We will start exploring Nikko with visiting Tosho-gu shrine, the most famous Shinto temple here. It was completed in 1617 and became a major draw of visitors to the area during the Edo period. The shrine is known as the burial place of the famous Japanese shogun Tokugawa Ieyasu, probably Japan’s paramount warrior. Even today thousands of Japanese regularly make ritual trips to Nikko to see the Tokugawa’s tomb and enjoy local scenery.

Other local must-see attractions are the Futarasan shrine and Rinno-ji temple. These landmarks along with the Tosho-gu shrine form the UNESCO World Heritage Site Shrines and Temples of Nikko. Stepping into the Rinno-ji temple, you would see the sacred sculpture ‘The Three wise monkeys’ expressing the Buddhist philosophy of ‘See no evil, hear no evil, say no evil’.

We will then walk over the Sacred Bridge crossing the Daiya River and belonging to the Futarasan shrine. This beautiful vermilion lacquered structure is known as one of the three most beautiful bridges in Japan and is a perfect gateway for Nikko. No doubt, the bridge was also registered as a World Heritage.

Finally, we’ll stroll down to enjoy a magnificent view of the Kegon Falls, one of the most beautiful waterfalls in Japan. You will then be going back to Tokyo.
4
day
KAMAKURA trip: JAPAN’S WAR CAPITAL
7 am – 9 am
breakfast at hotel
9:50 am
meet the guide and start your day
10 am – 6 pm
Kamakura tour
Full description
The Kamakura shogunate, Japan’s medieval capital, was founded by Minamoto no Yoritomo, Japan’s first shogun.
Kamakura stands like a true fortress, surrounded by the mountains from three sides and looking at the sea from the forth side. Kamakura is a home for over 200 Buddhist and Shinto temples and shrines. Hase-dera, commonly called the Hase-kannon is one of the Buddhist temples in the city of Kamakura, famous for housing a massive 9-meter high wooden statue of Kannon, making it the tallest wooden structure of such kind in Japan. As the legend says, the statue was built in 8th century AD.

You should also take a look at the Kotoku-in temple, renowned for its ‘Great Buddha’, a monumental outdoor bronze statue of Amida Buddha, which is one of the most famous icons of Japan.

Kamakura's defining feature is Tsurugaoka Hachiman-gu, a Shinto shrine in the center of the city. A 1.1-mile road runs from Sagami Bay directly to the shrine. This road is known as Wakamiya Oji, the city's main street. Built by Minamoto no Yoritomo as an imitation of Kyoto's Suzaku Oji, Wakamiya Oji used to be much wider, delimited on both sides by a 3-meter deep canal and flanked by pine trees.

Walking from the beach toward the shrine, you will pass through three torii, or Shinto gates, called respectively Ichi-no Torii (first gate), Ni-no Torii (second gate) and San-no Torii (third gate). Between the first and the second lies Geba Yotsukado which, as the name indicates, was the place where riders had to get off their horses in deference to Hachiman and his shrine.

Of course, we will not miss the Zeniarai Benten temple, a Shinto sacred site. In spite of its small size, it is the second most popular spot in Kamakura after Tsurugaoka Hachiman-gu. This shrine is popular among tourists because the waters of a spring in its cave are said to be able to multiply the money washed in it.

Kamakura is also famous for its seasonal festivals – matsuri – celebrating the city and its history, mainly in April and September. The September festival is a very well-known event with many attractions, the most famous of which is the yabusame or Japanese horseback archery. Being there in mid-September, it would be a good idea to attend it.

It is also interesting to know that Kamakura is known as the ‘Japanese Miami’: it is also a great seaside resort with its surfers catching the wave and nice seafood restaurants.
You will return to Tokyo by car after the tour is wrapped-up.

5
day
MOUNT FUJI trip: SYMBOL OF JAPAN
6 am – 7 am
breakfast at hotel and check-out
7:30 am
meet the guide and start your day
8 am – 6 pm
Mount Fuji tour
Full description
Mount Fuji, or Fuji-san, Japan’s highest peak (3 776 m), is the most known and the most sacred symbol of the country since times immemorial. Its image or its references can be found in countless works by the Japanese artists and poets, including world-famous Hokusai and Basho. Not so long ago, in 2013, it was added to the World Heritage List as a Cultural Site. According to UNESCO, Mount Fuji has ‘inspired artists and poets and been the object of pilgrimage for centuries’.

Our introduction to Fuji-san will start by riding the Subaru line, one of the highways to reach its slopes. We will get to its 5th station, up to around 2,300 meters above the sea level and this spot is also one of the starting points for Fuji summit ascent expeditions. It offers unobstructed views along with shrines and souvenir shops. We will head to the Fuji Visitor Center to explore a small museum and view exhibits covering the Fuji Five Lakes and Mt. Fuji's cultural importance, grab a bite to eat or catch views onto the mountain at the observation deck.
Then we will leave the station and visit the Sengen shrine, a very ancient Shinto temple where, according to a local legend, the mountains’ female spirit, Konohanasakuya-hime, resides.

Another point of interest would be historical village Saiko Iyashino-Sato Nenba that depicts the medieval Japan’s way of life. Nestled among the base of the mountains it is a truly charming place. Also known as ‘Healing Village’, the community is comprised of 22 traditional thatched roof houses that depict old-time scenery of the Showa Period (1926-1989). Each house highlights traditional Japanese culture through hands-on experiences such as crafts, sampling of local produce and an opportunity to dress up in Samurai armor or kimono. In winter, snowfall transforms the village into a magical, fairytale-like landscape that commands a magnificent view of Mt. Fuji like no other!

You will enjoy local meals at the traditional restaurant and don’t miss the local winery with its perfect choice of red wine!

You will return to Tokyo in the end of the day.

6
day
HAKONE tour: RECALLING HOKUSAI
8 am – 9 am
breakfast at hotel
9:50 am
meet the guide and start your day
10 am – 4 pm
Hakone tour
Full description
Hakone is a picturesque mountainous national park, it is a part of the bigger Fuji-Hakone-Izu national park. It is a popular place of choice for a brief vacation for Tokyoites themselves with its ryokans, onsen, or hot springs, and its pacifying scenery during all four seasons.
First, we will get to the Ashi lake with its stunning view of Mount Fuji, reflected in its still waters, of course, if weather is good enough and the sky is clear. We’ll then sail out on board the historical pirate ship to feel the scent of the old time Japan, once again enjoying Hakone’s beautiful views.

The second leg of this trip would be going up on the ropeway to reach Owakudani. Its name stands in Japanese for ‘Great Boiling valley’ and it is a volcanic valley with active sulphur vents and hot springs. It was created around 3000 years ago as a result of the explosion of the Hakone volcano. Owakudani is a popular tourist site for its scenic views, volcanic activity, and kuro-tamago or ‘black egg’, which is a local specialty of eggs hard-boiled in the hot springs. The eggs turn black and smell slightly sulphuric. According to a local legend, eating one is said to add seven years to your life. Sure, it is a worth-trying deal!

Later on, we will be moving to the Yunessun hot springs resort and spa to enjoy rotemburo, which is an open-air hot spring bath, truly a once-in-a-lifetime Japanese experience! Here, soaking in a bath with a view at the Japanese landscape garden, you will be relaxing both physically and mentally, seeking – and finding – harmony with the beautiful nature all around.

Having spent enough pleasant time in a Japanese bath, you will stop for a night at a ryokan enjoying nice kaiseki-ryory dinner.
7
day
KYOTO tour: A THOUSAND YEAR CAPITAL, part 1
7 am – 8 am
breakfast at hotel and check-out
8:50 am
meet the guide and transfer to Tokyo station
10 am
ride the bullet train (1st class) to Kyoto
12:30 am
arrival to Kyoto and meeting your guide
1 pm – 6 pm
Kyoto tour
Full description
Завтрак в отеле. Выписка из отеля и трансфер на машине на ст Одавара. Посадка на суперэкспресс «Синкансен» в Киото. Русский гид встретит вас у вагона поезда на вокзале Киото.
Экскурсия на машине по Киото. Само название «Киото» переводится как «Западная столица». Свыше тысячи лет этот город был столицей Японии и резиденцией императоров, а благодаря огромному множеству буддистских храмов и синтоистских святилищ Киото называют «городом тысячи храмов». Хотя на самом деле число храмов здесь превышает полторы тысячи. Именно районы храмов и старинных узких улочек в Киото представляют наибольший туристический интерес.
Интересно и то, что весь старый город, а не какие-то конкретные места, относится ко Всемирному наследию ЮНЕСКО: «исторические памятники древнего Киото». Таким образом, Киото представляет собой город-музей под открытым небом.
Одним из символов Киото является расположенная рядом с ультрасовременным зданием вокзала Киотская башня: ее характерный, легко узнаваемый силуэт часто присутствует на различных местных сувенирах.
Однако, наибольший интерес вызывает та самая историческая часть города, «настоящий Киото». Это, в частности, знаменитый храм Кинкакудзи, что переводится как Золотой павильон. Он был воздвигнут в самом конце четырнадцатого века, крыши двух его верхних ярусов действительно покрыты сусальным золотом. Храм отражается в озере удивительной красоты, которое называется Кёкоти, что означает “Озеро-зеркало”. Вокруг Золотого павильона растут извилистные японские сосны, это превращает окружающий храм ландшафт в классический японский пейзаж.
Недалеко от этого храма, на расстоянии короткой пешей прогулки, расположен знаменитый Сад камней Рёандзи, что означает “Храм покоящегося дракона”. Среди аккуратно “причесанного” белого гравия в кажущемся беспорядке разбросаны пятнадцать камней. Они расположены таким образом, что с любой точки видно лишь четырнадцать камней, а один из них всегда скрыт для взора. Согласно философии дзэн-буддизма, эта конфигурация несет в себе глубокий смысл: человеку невозможно полностью постичь истину полностью.
А вот другой известнейший киотский храм, грациозный Гинкакудзи – Серебряный павильон, окруженный японскими садами из мха и песка, не имеет, несмотря на свое название, ни одной пластины серебра. Согласно преданию, один из сёгунов был так восхищен лунными бликами серебристого цвета на деревянной крыше храма, что принял решение отказаться от использования собственно серебра при его строительстве. Храм особенно прекрасен в лунную ночь, когда в его пруду отражается ночное светило, что настраивает свидетелей этого зрелища на особо философский лад. Возможно, именно поэтому к Серебряному павильону ведет Философская тропа. А рядом с храмом расположен старейший в Киото традиционный японский сад Синсен-эн. Его обязательно следует увидеть.  
Первый вечер в Киото можно завершить прогулкой в живописном Гионе – знаменитом квартале гейш и майко-сан (учениц гейш). Здесь можно встретить представительниц этой легендарной профессии, спешащих в свои «чайные домики». Именно тут все еще витает дух старого Киото.
На ночь, как и в Хаконе, обязательно следует остановится в рюокане. Именно удивительная атмосфера японской традиционной гостиницы позволит вам в полной мере ощутить тот самый дух Киото. Вечером вас будет ждать ужин, приготовленный на основе блюд «кайсеки» – высокой японской кухни со свежайшими сезонными ингредиентами. Ночь в Киото.

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KYOTO tour: A THOUSAND YEAR CAPITAL, part 2
7 am – 8 am
breakfast at hotel and check-out
8:30 am
meet the guide and transfer to Tokyo station
9:00 am
ride the bullet train (1st class) to Kyoto
11:20 am
arrival to Kyoto
12:30 am
Kyoto tour
Full description
We will see today the charm of Kyoto by visiting the Gion district where you can meet by chance a guest from the past – a geisha walking down the road! You will also have an opportunity to walk the Philosopher's Walk, just like shoguns have been doing centuries ago…

Then, it would be time for visiting Nijo castle. It was built in 1603 as the Kyoto residence of Tokugawa Ieyasu, the first shogun of the Edo epoch. After the Tokugawa Shogunate fell in 1867, Nijo castle was used as an imperial palace for a while before being donated to the city and opened up to the public as a historic site. Its palace buildings are arguably the best surviving examples of castle palace architecture of Japan's feudal era, and the castle is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Nijo castle can be divided into three areas: the Honmaru (main circle of defense), the Ninomaru (secondary circle of defense) and some gardens that encircle the Honmaru and Ninomaru. The entire castle grounds and the Honmaru are surrounded by impressive-looking stone walls and deep moats.

Kyoto is also renowned for its abundance of delicious Japanese foods and cuisine. The special circumstances of Kyoto as a city away from the sea and home to many Buddhist temples resulted in the development of a variety of vegetables peculiar to the Kyoto area.
You will have a dinner in kaiseki-ryory style, representing Japanese haute cuisine with a sequence of best seasonal specialties found in this area.  

After your Kyoto excursion is finally over you will transfer to your ryokan, to spend your second night there.

9
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NARA trip: WHEN GODS CAME DOWN TO EARTH…
7 am – 9 am
breakfast at ryokan
9:50 am
meet the guide and start your day
10 am – 4 pm
Nara tour
Full description
During 710 – 784 CE Nara was the capital of Japan, and the Emperor lived there before moving the capital to Kyoto. Its  temples and shrines, specifically Todai-ji, Saidai-ji, Kofuku-ji, Kasuga Shrine, Gango-ji, Yakushi-ji, Toshodai-ji, and the Heijo Palace, together with Kasugayama Primeval Forest, make up a UNESCO World Heritage Site called ‘Historic Monuments of Ancient Nara’. The historical part of the city is pretty compact thus making it easy to walk and enjoy its attractions. The Todai-ji temple of the Kagon Buddhist school, built in 725 CE, is the world’s biggest wooden structure. Inside it there is a Buddha bronze stature, the biggest in Japan.

During this excursion you will experience Nara not just like Japan’s first capital, but also as a place of culture, religion and technology transfer from China of Tan dynasty and Korea that started in the 5th century and dramatically changed Japan. Just like cities on the continent, this city was built according to the Feng Shui principles.

Near-by there is another gorgeous Buddhist temple, Kofuku-ji, built in the 7th century. Its pagoda, 55-meter high Goju-no-to, is one of the biggest in the country. This ‘skyscraper of the past’ is the most famous symbol of this ancient city.

You will no doubt enjoy visiting the Shinto Kasuga Shrine looking at the beautiful 800-year old long-cluster Japanese wisteria proudly growing at its entrance. If you step into the temple area, you will find there another local landmark, a more than thousand-year old Japanese cedar!
Nara is also famous for its round-the-year festivals or matsuri, both Buddhist and Shinto worth visiting if timing is right.

Sure, visiting Nara it is basically impossible to miss its charming residents, Tame sika deer, also known as spotted deer or Japanese deer. According to the legendary history of Kasuga Shrine, the god Takemikazuchi arrived in Nara on a white deer to guard this newly built capital known at the time as Heijo-kyo. Since then, the deer have been regarded as heavenly animals, protecting the city and the country. They roam freely through the town, especially in Nara Park. You my feed them with sika senbei or special deer crackers made of rice.

Soon after the tour is done you will get back to your Kyoto ryokan.

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OSAKA tour: CHALLENGING TOKYO
7 am – 9 am
breakfast at ryokan and check-out
9:50 am
meet the guide and start your day
10 am – 6 pm
Osaka gourmet tour
Full description
Osaka, being the center of the Kansai region, has a really different personality compared to Japan's capital, Tokyo. It is Japan's second largest metropolitan area after Tokyo, a megapolis with exciting nightlife, delicious food and straight-talking, friendly local residents. Along with plenty of shopping, food and modern attractions, Osaka also has a rich historical side, the highlight of which is famous Osaka castle. The castle is a great place to discover more about Japanese history and to wander the beautiful grounds. Osaka and the whole Kansai region is also famous for its cuisine. Some even consider it the gastronomic capital of Japan.

We will start exploring Osaka by visiting the castle first.

Osaka castle and the pleasant park grounds surrounding it make for a truly relaxing escape from the city's concrete sprawl. Ascend to the top of castle keep tower to look over the expansive castle grounds and neighboring skyscrapers.
We will then re-locate to see another Osaka’s landmark, Umeda Sky Building, making a fascinating journey from Japan’s past right into its future. This stunning skyscraper holds lots of attractions, including observation deck to check out the city down below and observatory – to reach for the stars up in the sky!

It has been said that folks in Osaka spend more on food than on anything else, and the term kuidaore (‘eat until you drop’) is used to describe the unique local food culture. Not surprisingly, Osaka is famous for various local dishes, some of which have attained nationwide and even international fame such as okonomiyaki, takoyaki, kitsune udon and teppanyaki.

No doubt, the best place to experience Osaka's fantastic food culture is the neon-laden Dotonbori district, packed with all types of eateries along its main thoroughfare and many side streets. Bon appetite and enjoy your meal!

When your city tour for today is finished you will get back to your Osaka hotel.
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HIROSHIMA tour: IN MEMORIAM
6 am – 7 am
breakfast at hotel and check-out
7:30 am
meet the guide and start your day
7:40 pm
transfer to Osaka station
8:20 am
ride the bullet train bound for Hiroshima
11:20 am
arrival to Hiroshima
11:30 am
start of Hiroshima tour
Full description
…when the first atomic bomb was dropped over Hiroshima on August 6, 1945, the Japanese city became known worldwide for this terrible destruction. The killing power of the bomb was tremendous: it levelled to the ground nearly everything within a 2-kilimeter radius…
After the war was over, great efforts were taken to rebuild the city completely. Gloomy predictions that the city would be uninhabitable proved false, thanks to the great spirits of the local residents. Destroyed monuments of Hiroshima's historical heritage, such as Hiroshima castle and Shukkei-en garden, were reconstructed. Right in the center of the city a large park was built and given a name that would reflect the aspirations of the re-born city: Peace Memorial park.

Today’s Hiroshima keeps the memories of the past but it is a lively city famous for its cuisine and the sacred Itsukushima island also known as Miyajima or ‘Shrine Island’, officially one of Japan’s three most beautiful places (‘Three Views of Japan’) and a UNESCO’s World Heritage Site. It is a must-see attraction that we just can’t miss to visit with a short ferry ride. It’s iconic view of the ‘floating’ torii – Shinto shrine gates – standing above the still waters and welcoming visitors to the island – is known all over the world. This island has a number of shrines with the Itsukushima shrine the most known. We will also take a cable car ride on top of the mountain to enjoy the beautiful scenery of the island and the sea.

Upon returning to Hiroshima we may choose an option to stroll down the paths of the beautiful Shukkei-en Japanese garden which is situated in the center of the city. It was built in the Edo epoch and was re-constructed after the war. During the Meiji period it also served as Emperor Meiji’s villa while visiting Hiroshima.

After the Hiroshima tour is done you’ll get to your hotel.
12
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MIYAJIMA tour
6 am – 8 am
breakfast at hotel and check-out
8:20 am
meet the guide and start your day
9:30 pm
transfer to bullet train bound for Hiroshima
10:40 am – 6 pm
Hiroshima and Miyajima tour
8:30 pm
transfer to Hiroshima hotel
Full description
Today’s we’ll go to the sacred Itsukushima island also known as Miyajima or ‘Shrine Island’, officially one of Japan’s three most beautiful places (‘Three Views of Japan’) and a UNESCO’s World Heritage Site. It is a must-see attraction that we just can’t miss to visit with a short ferry ride.

It’s iconic view of the ‘floating’ torii – Shinto shrine gates – standing above the still waters and welcoming visitors to the island – is known all over the world. This island has a number of shrines with the Itsukushima shrine the most known.

We will also take a cable car ride on top of the mountain to enjoy the beautiful scenery of the island and the sea.

You will departure to Tokyo after the excursion is done.
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spare day in TOKYO
14
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departure from TOKYO

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