General

OVERVIEW

Excursion from Tokyo to Nagano, Yudanaka, Matsumoto, Takayama, Shirakawago, Kanazawa, Kyoto&Nara, Mt.Koya, Hiroshima, Osaka

ITINERARY

Day 1 TOKYO (ARRIVAL)

Arrive at Narita (Narita International Airport) or Haneda (Tokyo International Airport). You will meet an English speaking assistant and helped to board an airport bus / train
Transfer to hotel in Tokyo / station near hotel (Travel time 60-85min)

Accommodation: TOKYO

Day 2 TOKYO (AM:CITY TOUR)

Tokyo Morning Tour (SIC)
Meiji Shrine / Tokyo Tower / Imperial East Garden / Ginza Tour disbands at Tokyo
Station. *Multilingual Audio Guide is available
Return to your hotel on your own.
BUS BUS

Accommodation: TOKYO

Day 3 TOKYO – MT.FUJI – HAKONE – TOKYO

Mt. Fuji & Hakone Tour by motorcoach with lunch (SIC)
Mt.Fuji 5th Station / Owakudani Boiling Valley / Hakone Ropeway /
Boat Cruise on Lake Ashi *Multilingual Audio Guide is available
Tour disbands at Shinjuku Station West Exit
Return to your hotel on your own

Accommodation: TOKYO
Lunch

Day 4 TOKYO – NAGANO – YUDANAKA

Luggage transfer from Tokyo to Takayama. Please leave your suitcase with front /
bell desk by 7:30 AM. Make your own way to Tokyo station. Bullet train to
Nagano. English speaking assistant will meet you at platform and assist boarding
local train to Yudanaka. After arrival at Yudanaka, proceed to your accommodation
on your own.
*Visit at snow monkey park (Jigokudani Yaenkoen) and enjoy walking in the
mountain on your own.

Accommodation: YUDANAKA
Dinner

Day 5 YUDANAKA – NAGANO – MATSUMOTO

Local train to Nagano. Upon arrival, free time until departure. Limited Express
train to Matsumoto. Upon arrival, proceed to your accommodation on your own.

Accommodation: MATSUMOTO
Breakfast

Day 6 MATSUMOTO – TAKAYAMA

Proceed to Matrsumoto Bus Terminal on your own. Board Nohi Bus to Takayama.
After arrival at Takayama, proceed to your accommodation on your own.

Accommodation: TAKAYAMA

Day 7 TAKAYAMA – SHIRAKAWAGO – KANAZAWA

Free time until departure. Luggage transfer from Takayama to Kyoto. Please leave
your suitcase with front / bell desk by 7:30AM.
Board Nohi Bus to Shirakawago. After arrival at Shirakawago, free time until
departure.
Board Nohi Bus to Kanazawa, proceed to your accommodation on your own.

Accommodation: KANAZAWA

Day 8 KANAZAWA (FULL DAY FREE)

Whole day free at leisure. Enjoy your free day using Kanazawa Casual Package
(Including Loop Bus 1Day Pass, Kenrokuen, Tea Coupon at Kikantei and Gold Leaf
Art Experience Voucher)

Accommodation: KANAZAWA

Day 9 KANAZAWA – KYOTO

Free time until departure. Early afternoon, board Express train to Kyoto
Upon arrival, proceed to your accommodation on your own.

Accommodation: KYOTO

Day 10 KYOTO (PM:NARA TOUR)

Nara Afternoon Tour on Foot.
Assemble at Kyoto station in front of NTA Tis Kyoto Branch at 13:15
Todaiji / Nara Park / Kofukuji
Tour disbands at Kyoto Station around 17:30-18:00

Accommodation: KYOTO

Day 11 KYOTO(AM:KYOTO TOUR)

Kyoto Arashiyama Morning Tour on Foot.
Assemble at Kyoto station in front of NTA Tis Kyoto Branch at 08:15
Tenryuji Temple / Sagano Bamboo Grove / Jojakkoji Temple / Togetsu Bridge
Tour disbands at Kyoto Station around 12:30-13:00

Accommodation: KYOTO

Day 12 KYOTO – MT.KOYA

Luggage transfer from Kyoto to Osaka. Please leave your suitcase with front / bell
desk by 7:30 AM. You will be met by English speaking assistant at hotel, and transfer
to Shin-Imamiya by train. Leave Shin-Imamiya for Mt.Koya by limited express
Afternoon at leisure.
Optional
Mt.Koya 1Day Tour on Foot (From Kyoto to Mt.Koya) (+JPY 12,000 pp)
Assemble at Kyoto station in front of NTA Tis Kyoto Branch at 08:15
Tour disbands at Mt.Koya around 16:00-16:30
*Not Daily Tour

Accommodation: MT. KOYA
Dinner

Day 13 MT.KOYA – HIROSHIMA

Leave Mt.Koya for Shin-Osaka by cable car and local train via Gokurakubashi.
Take bullet train to Hiroshima from Shin-Osaka on your own. Afternoon at leisure.

Accommodation: HIROSHIMA
Breakfast

Day 14 HIROSHIMA (FULL DAY FREE)

Enjoy your free day using Hiroshima and Miyajima 1 Day Tour Voucher
(Including
Hiroden 1 Day Pass, Okonomiyaki Voucher and Miyajima Night Cruise and
Miyajima Ferry Ticket)
Optional
Hiroshima & Miyajima 1 Day Tour (SIC)  (+JPY 12,000 pp)
*Multilingual Audio Guide is available
*Not Daily Tour

Accommodation: HIROSHIMA

Day 15 HIROSHIMA – OSAKA

Leave Hiroshima to Shin-Osaka by bullet train and take local train to Osaka
on your own. Afternoon at leisure.

Accommodation: OSAKA

Day 16 OSAKA (DEPARTURE)

Make your own way to Kansai airport bus stop
Transfer to Kansai International Airport by airport limousine bus

Itinerary

Great Trail of Japan 16 Days

INCLUDED

  • Hotel :Tokyo (3 nights), Yudanaka (1 night), Matsumoto (1 night), Takayama (1 night), Kanazawa (2 nights),
  • Kyoto (3 nights), Mt.Koya (1 night), Hiroshima (2 nights), Osaka (1 night)
  • Transfers:Round trip airport transfers by airport bus
  • Train:Tokyo – Nagano, Nagano – Yudanaka – Nagano, Nagano – Matsumoto, Kanazawa – Kyoto, Kyoto – Mt.Koya, Mt.Koya – Hiroshima, Hiroshima – Osaka
  • Bus:Matsumoto – Takayama, Takayama – Shirakawago – Kanazawa
  • Tour:Tokyo AM (SIC), Mt.Fuji&Hakone (SIC), Nara PM (on Foot), Kyoto AM (on Foot)
  • Meal :2 Breakfasts, 1 Lunch, 2 Dinners
  • Luggage:Tokyo - Takayama, Takayama - Kyoto, Kyoto - Osaka (one item per person)
  • Meeting Assistant: Airport (Day 1), Nagano Station (Day 4), Kyoto Station (Day 12)
  • Others:
    • Kanazawa Casual Package
      (Including Loop Bus 1Day Pass, Kenrokuen, Tea Coupon at Kikantei and Gold Leaf Art Experience Voucher)
    • Hiroshima&Miyajima 1 Day Tour Voucher
      (Including Hiroden 1 Day Pass, Okonomiyaki Voucherand Miyajima night Cruise, Miyajima Ferry Ticket)

LUGGAGE

3 times: Tokyo-Takayama, Takayama-Kyoto, Kyoto-Osaka
(one item per person)

TRAVEL DOCUMENTS

Necessary travel documents such as hotel & tour vouchers and train tickets will be handed by meeting service staff on the starting date of the tour.

BREAKFAST SUPPLEMENT Per person

Super Saver 26,000 Yen
Standard 35,000 Yen
Superior 37,000 Yen

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Osaka (Osaka Prefecture)

Osaka (Osaka Prefecture)  Welcome to Osaka Osaka is a vibrant city in the Kansai region of Japan, the second largest metropolitan area in Japan after Tokyo. It is a major financial center and Japan’s economic hub. Famous landmarks in Osaka include Osaka Castle and Shitenno-ji – the oldest Buddhist temple in Japan. Osaka is known for its Read more

Nagano

Nagano  Welcome to Nagano Prefecture Nagano area have mountains, lakes and many other natural spots. Nagaso was also place of Winter Olympics in 1998 and now of age is still very popular destination for Ski and nature lovers. We have selected three main location which are: Komoro, Kanbayashi Onsen, Shibu Onsen, Shiga Kogen and Yudanaka Read more

Hiroshima (Hiroshima Prefecture)

Hiroshima (Hiroshima Prefecture)  Welcome to Hiroshima Hiroshima is a thoroughly modern city of wide boulevards, numerous rivers, a thriving downtown, and a population of more than 1 million. But its main tourist draw Peace Memorial Park is the legacy that sets the city apart: it was the world’s first city destroyed by an atomic bomb (the second was Read more

Mt Koya (Wakayama Prefecture)

Mt Koya (Wakayama Prefecture)  Welcome to Mt Koya Mount Koya (Koyasan) is home to an active monastic center founded twelve centuries ago by the priest Kukai for the study and practice of Esoteric Buddhism. It is the headquarters of the Koyasan sect of Shingon Buddhism, a faith with a wide following throughout Japan. Situated on a small plain Read more

Nara Prefecture

Nara Prefecture  Welcome to Nara Japan capital from 710 to 784. It was during this period that many of Japan’s arts, crafts and literature blossomed for the first time and that Buddhism gained a foothold under the strong patronage of emperors. As the political and cultural center of the country, the cuty of 1,200 years ago was a Read more

Kyoto

Kyoto  Welcome to Kyoto Serving as Japan’s capital for more than 1,000 years, Kyoto is the historic center of the country, filled with temples, shrines, imperial villas and other memorials to the nation’s past. Although the modern age has taken its toll, exudes a graceful charm reminiscent of the glory and splendor of Japan’s ancient Read more

Kanazawa (Ishikawa Prefecture)

Kanazawa (Ishikawa Prefecture)  Welcome to Kanazawa Kanazawa, the largest city in the Hokuriku district, is famous as the former castle town of the powerful Maedas (16th-19th centuries), the second-largest clan in feudal Japan. The Maeda clan encouraged the arts, with such pursuits as Noh drama, silk dyeing, and the production of Kutani porcelain and lacquer ware prevalent Read more

Takayama (Gifu Prefecture)

Takayama (Gifu Prefecture)  Welcome to Takayama Takayama is in Gifu prefecture and is an old castle town spread on a wide plateau in the Hida Mountains. Although the castle is no more, the charming historic core of the town itself remains remarkably unchanged, with narrow streets lined with traditional buildings arranged on a gridiron design as in Read more

Shirakawa-go (Gifu Prefecture)

Shirakawa-go (Gifu Prefecture)  Welcome to Shirakawa-go Shirakawa-go nestled in a rural setting reminiscent of ancient Japan, Shirakawa-go is world famous for its steep, thatched-roof “gassho-zukuri” style of traditional farmhouses, some of which offer an overnight stay as family-run inns. The village is a listed UNESCO World Heritage Site.Read more

Yudanaka Onsen (Nagano Prefecture)

Yudanaka Onsen (Nagano Prefecture)Welcome to Yudanaka Onsen Yudanaka Onsen is a historic hot springs resort area with a modern atmosphere. It is located in the northern part of Nagano Prefecture, is surrounded by mountains, and has public baths. The famous haiku poet Issa Kobayashi liked to visit Yudanaka Onsen late in his life. Ancient buildings and temples stand Read more

Mt. Fuji (Japan)

Mt. Fuji (Japan)Welcome to Mt Fuji Mt. Fuji, which soars to an altitude of 3,776 m. (12,400 ft.), is Japan’s tallest mountain and is famous the world over for its beautiful, perfectly symmetrical cone shape. Its extensive base is strewn with lakes, waterfalls, virgin forests and various alpine plants, not to mention many hotels and inns. Visitors Read more

Tokyo (Tokyo Prefecture)

Tokyo (Tokyo Prefecture)Welcome to Tokyo Tokyo along with Osaka, serves as Japan’s major gateway for overseas visitors. It also serves as the nation’s transportation hub, with easy connections via plane, train and bus to the rest of the country. As the nation’s capital and center for administration, education and finance, Tokyo is a highly developed metropolis, with Read more

Hakone (Kanagawa Prefecture)

Hakone (Kanagawa Prefecture)  Welcome to Hakone Hakone is located in the center of Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park, the town is a popular sightseeing and hot spring resort destination that is easily accessible from central Tokyo. With beautiful natural scenery throughout the four seasons, art museums and other museums, a variety of leisure facilities, and numerous events and festivals Read more

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