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3-1-1 Umeda Kita-ku, Osaka 530-0001

One of Japan’s largest cities and famous for sake brewing, Kobe is a multicultural port city full of interesting neighbourhoods to discover.

HIGHLIGHTS:

* Enjoy a walk through Kitano Ijinkan neighbourhood with your guide
* Admire unique art in Meriken Park
* See how Japan’s national drink is made at the Hakutsuru Sake Brewery Museum

We kick start our Kobe sightseeing tour with an hour-long stroll through the fascinating Kitano Ijinkan district; home to international diplomats, this 19th century neighbourhood overlooks downtown Kobe and is a great starting point for getting to know the city with your guide.

Afterwards, we take a rest and enjoy a Japanese and Western-style buffet lunch before we head to Meriken Park, a picturesque area by the waterfront. Built on reclaimed land, the park features many unique artworks for you to admire. Next we board the train from Sannomiya Station to Sumiyoshi Station (note that there is no reserved seating) ready for our Japanese Hakutsuru Sake Brewery Tour. You’ll spend the next hour learning about traditional sake making methods and history in the famous brewing town of Nada, where at the end of the visit you’ll get to taste the sake for yourself. We then return to Osaka via Kyoto by JR Special Rapid Service, Rapid Service, or Local (non-reserved seat) train.

Nagoya Station

A city of over 1,000 Buddhist temples, come and discover Japan’s former ancient capital with a full day tour from Nagoya.

HIGHLIGHTS:

* Travel to Kyoto at lightning speed by bullet train
* See Kyoto’s most popular sightseeing spots
* Free time to admire the city’s most important palaces and temples

Hop aboard the famous bullet train from Nagoya to Kyoto for a day discovering the sights and sounds of Kyoto. Arrive in the ancient capital to begin a tour of the many temples and palaces that adorn the city with your English-speaking guide. We start at the World Heritage Nijo Castle whose flamboyant style and sublime gardens are bound to impress. Then head to the striking Kinkaku-ji Temple, known as the Golden Pavilion for its sparkling exterior, and the Kyoto Imperial Palace. As the former ruling palace of the Emperor of Japan, you can now enjoy a tour through the estate dating from the Edo period.

At the end of the tour, you have the afternoon to spend as you wish: visit some of the many temples, shrines and palaces, or simply take in the atmosphere of a city that was the imperial capital of Japan for more than 1,000 years. We meet back at Kyoto station to board the Shinkansen train back to Nagoya.

A - 1 exit of Tsukijishijo Station

Tokyo is one of the most famous gourmet cities in the world. It is the famous Tsukiji Market, with a total area of 230,000 m2 that makes this possible. On the basis of "visiting rules" established by the Tokyo Metropolitan Government, one of the guides in our group will show participants around the market, safely in a small group of 4 or less exploring both the vegetable and fruit sections and the impressive seafood section. Especially attractive are the more than 480 different kinds of seafood on display in the seafood section ranging from fresh fish, to shell fish and prawns. There may also be an opportunity to see a complete tuna being cut and filleted. In Tsukiji Market, active shopkeepers and craftsmen work their traditional skills and way of life daily.

Guests on this experience will also enjoy browsing various kinds of shops selling fish, vegetables, nori (dried seaweed), and dried seafood in the outer market. Since shoppers are buying direct from intermediate wholesalers in the inner market the volume of food and ingredients is substantially larger, often sold by the kilo. Tsukiji Market is essentially divided into 2 areas- the Inside and the Outside market. The inside market is usually more entertaining and visitors can see the actual wholesale of the seafood.

Come watch sumo wrestlers at work and experience the excitement and expertise of Japan’s national sport.

HIGHLIGHTS:

* Experience sumo wrestling first hand
* Learn all the rules and rituals with the help of a guide
* Visit the Sumo Museum and taste chanko stew
* See the matches from the comfort of chair seating

See first-hand as sumo wrestlers battle it out in fierce clashes that have been taking place for 1,500 years. Originally used as entertainment for the Shinto deities, sumo wrestling is now a hugely popular spectator sport in Japan. What’s more, with the help of a knowledgeable English-speaking guide, you can understand the rules and rituals of sumo wrestling competitions.

From Tokyo we make our way by public transport to Ryogoku Kokugikan where the Grand Sumo Tournament is taking place. From Ryogoku Station, the whole area is filled with the electric atmosphere of the Grand Sumo Tournament, where many chanko stew restaurants are run by former sumo wrestlers. Be engrossed in sumo matches from the comfort of chair seating on the 2nd floor after having visited the Sumo Museum, where you can see important sumo items such as woodblock prints, folding screens and ceremonial aprons. Listen to the match commentary in English on an FM radio which can be rented for a fee. A sumo brochure and an English sumo ranking list are also provided. Over the few hours you’ll become not only acquainted with sumo traditions, but also caught up in the thrill and excitement as sumo wrestlers compete to become the best of their rank. For those that have selected the dinner option, the tour will end as you are seated in the restaurant.

JR Kyoto Station (Karasuma Exit)

Fushimi Inari Taisha is in southern Kyoto, it is an important Shinto Shrine dedicated to the god of prosperity. It is famous for its thousands of vermillion torii gates that arch over a long path behind the shrine. Walking through these gates gives you a sense surrealism as in a different world. Kiyomizu-dera Temple, it is one of UNESCO world heritage historic temples in eastern Kyoto. This Buddhist Temple is built without using a single nail for its structure. The main hall has a large veranda supported by tall pillars that jut out over the hillside which gives an impressive view of the city below.

Kinkaku-ji Temple also known as the "Golden Temple" is another UNESCO world heritage Temple in northern Kyoto. It is a Zen Buddhist temple set in a magnificent Japanese strolling garden overlooking a pond with its two top stories covered entirely with pure gold leaf. Take in a beautiful variation of the temple scenery with the changing of the seasons.

Narita Airport Terminal

Japan Railway Pass is THE best way to travel within Japan. Enjoy unlimited rides on most of the Japan Railway trains and you can use many of the Japan Railway bus services as well. Ride the famous Bullet Train Shinkansen! The Japan Rail Pass is offered in 7, 14, or 21 days with choice of Ordinary or Green class. All deliveries will be sent to you by DHL International.

The Green Class Car includes: luxurious and large seating, more space between seats, carpeted floors and a hot towel service.
The Ordinary Class includes: clean and comfortable seating, casual and relaxing, great for families.

Shinjuku Keio Plaza Hotel South Tower 3rd Floor

This guided 1-day tour takes you to the Mt. Fuji and Hakone area where you'll visit Mt. Fuji's 5th Station and Komagatake Ropeway and go on a cruise of Lake Ashi. Departing straight from Shinjuku Keio Plaza Hotel, this tour heads straight to Mt. Fuji without stopping at Hamamatsucho Bus Terminal. This tour is convenient for those staying in Shinjuku, or who do not need pick-up service.

Itinerary

Mt. Fuji 5th Station(30 min)
The bus will head up to the 5th Station along the Subaru Line. The 5th Station is situated at 2,300 meters (7,546 ft) above sea level. At this height, participants will be amazed at spectacular, breathtaking views from above the clouds.

Lunch (50 min) Enjoy lunch.

Lake Ashi Cruise (15 min)
This Crater Lake along the southwest wall of the caldera of Mt. Hakone was formed by a powerful volcanic eruption nearly 3,000 years ago, and provides postcard views of Mt. Fuji towering 30 km northwest. Admire the superb view of Mt. Fuji from aboard a ship.

Mt. Komagatake Ropeway (50 min)
Take a 7-minute ropeway ride to the peak of Mt. Komagatake. A total of 50 minutes will be spent here, including time to walk around at the peak. Take a cableway ride up to the spiritual Hakone Shrine Mototsumiya (original shrine) that nestles at the mountaintop.

Peak of Mt. Komagatake
Take a cableway ride up to the spiritual Hakone Shrine Mototsumiya (original shrine) that nestles at the mountaintop.

Hakone
Depart Hakone and return to Tokyo by bus.

Stay connected while you are in Japan. Plug and play, Easy set-up. Make your trip fun and comfortable with prepaid SIM card and get connected anywhere, anytime. No registration required, Easy pick-up and no need to return.
- No registration required
- SIM will be delivered to your accomodation place
- No need to return
- Data allowance: 200MB/day (unlimited at 200kbps after 200MB)
- 4G LTE, High speed nationwide network
- Data communication only
- Instruction manual available in following languages: Engilsh/Chinese/Korean/Thai/Tagalog
- Customer support available in following languages: English/Chinese/Korean

Important: Not compatible with SIM-locked devices, Vodafone phones and Windows phones series.
Attention: iPhone users need to connect free Wi-Fi and download a profile date.

Keio Plaza Hotel Shinjuku, Main Building 3F

This guided 1-day tour takes you to majestic Mt. Fuji and Hakone. It includes a trip up to Mt. Fuji's 5th Station at an elevation of 2,300 meters, a cruise on pristine Lake Ashi, and a ride on the Komagatake Ropeway which boasts great views of the surrounding Hakone National Park. Participants can take JR lines to their next destination from Odawara Station, making this the perfect tour for those planning on going to Kyoto, Osaka or Nagoya afterwards, and for JR Rail Pass holders.

Itinerary

Mt. Fuji 5th Station (30 min)
The bus will head up to the 5th Station along the Subaru Line. The 5th Station is situated at 2,300 meters (7,546 ft) above sea level. At this height, participants will be amazed at spectacular, breathtaking views from above the clouds.

Lunch (50 min.)

Lake Ashi Cruise (15 min)
This crater lake along the southwest wall of the caldera of Mt. Hakone was formed by a powerful volcanic eruption nearly 3,000 years ago, and provides postcard views of Mt. Fuji towering 30 km northwest. Admire the superb view of Mt. Fuji from aboard a ship.

Mt. Komagatake Ropeway (50 min)
Take a 7-minute ropeway ride to the peak of Mt. Komagatake. A total of 50 minutes will be spent here, including time to walk around at the peak. Take a cableway ride up to the spiritual Hakone Shrine Mototsumiya (original shrine) that nestles at the mountaintop.

Depart Hakone and proceed to Odawara Station by bus.

17:00 - 19:30 Odawara Station (40 min) Tour ends after arrival.

Stay connected while you are in Japan. Plug and play, Easy set-up. Make your trip fun and comfortable with prepaid SIM card and get connected anywhere, anytime. No registration required, Easy pick-up and no need to return.
- No registration required
- SIM will be delivered to your accomodation place
- No need to return
- Data allowance: 200MB/day (unlimited at 200kbps after 200MB)
- 4G LTE, High speed nationwide network
- Data communication only
- Instruction manual available in following languages: Engilsh/Chinese/Korean/Thai/Tagalog
- Customer support available in following languages: English/Chinese/Korean


Important: Not compatible with SIM-locked devices, Vodafone phones, and Windows phones.
Attention: iPhone users need to connect free Wi-Fi and download a profile date.

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