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Nagoya Marriott Associa Hotel 2nd floor lobby

The most iconic symbol of Japan, Mt Fuji, is a must-see on any trip. Travel to the so-called border between heaven and earth and experience the powerful beauty of Mt Fuji.

HIGHLIGHTS:

* Visit the 5th Station of Mt Fuji
* Cruise Lake Ashi for breathtaking views over the landscape
* Ride the highest aerial tram in Japan
* Travel by Shinkansen

From Nagoya we travel by Hikari Shinkansen for the first part of our journey to the oft pictured and perfectly shaped volcano, Mt Fuji. Once we reach Hamamatsucho we depart by bus to the Fuji Visitor Centre, where you can learn about the volcano through displays and films. Next it’s time to travel through the clouds 7,546 ft above sea level to Mt Fuji 5th Station – nicknamed the border between heaven and earth – located halfway up the mountain.

Admire the views whilst savouring a Japanese set meal before embarking on a fifteen minute cruise across the picture perfect Lake Ashi, a crater lake formed as a result of a powerful volcanic eruption. Once on board, behold Mt Fuji and other surrounding mountains in all their glory. At the lake’s shore we board the Mt Komagatake Ropeway, Japan’s highest aerial tram, which takes you flying 4,452 ft up to the peak of Mt Komagatake, where views over Mt Fuji, the Izu Islands and the coast unfold before your eyes. We then return to Nagoya by bus and Shinkansen, where the tour ends at the station.

1-1-4 Meieki, Nakamura-ku, Nagoya, 450-6002

From pearls to ancient shrines, discover Japanese culture at its purest with a tour to Ise Jingu Shrine Naiku and the world’s first Mikimoto Pearl Island.

HIGHLIGHTS:

* Visit the sacred Ise Jingu Shrine Naiku, boasting over 2,000 years of history
* Meet female pearl skin divers and have a fresh seafood BBQ lunch with them
* Explore Mikimoto Pearl Island and see female divers skin dive for pearls

Departing from Nagoya, we take the Kintetsu Limited Express to either Iseshi Station or Ujiyamada Station (reserved seating) to see a shrine that boasts over 2,000 years of history. The Ise Jingu Shrine Naiku is one of two main shrines that form part of a larger shrine complex called Ise-Shima National Park. Spend about an hour finding out about its history and how 2013 was the year of Shikinen Sengu Ceremony; an important ceremony held every 20 years to reconstruct sacred buildings which were only just completed last October.

Next it’s time to stroll around the Oharai-machi and Okage Yokocho, where you can step back in time to the Edo era. Take a break to try some Akafukumochi, rice cakes covered in bean paste, and enjoy some shopping time. We then continue the tour by bus to the female diver’s hut, Hachimankamado, where you can meet the divers and learn about their customs all whilst tucking into a delicious seafood BBQ lunch cooked on an irori, a traditional sunken hearth. Be sure to try on a divers outfit before we make our way to Mikimoto Pearl Island, home to the world’s first cultured pearls, where you can see the female divers first hand as they skin dive for pearls. If time permits we also go to Toba Ichibangai on foot where you can shop for local goods before we return on the Kintetsu Limited Express to Osaka.

1-1-4 Meieki, Nakamura-ku

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
* Enjoy the matches from the comfort of western-style 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 Nagoya we make our way by public transport to the Aichi Prefectural Gymnasium where the Grand Sumo Tournament is taking place. Be engrossed in sumo matches that are taking place over two hours from the comfort of western-style seating, before we make our way back to Nagoya by public transport. Over the couple of 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.

1-1-4 Meieki, Nakamura-ku, JR Central Towers

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
* 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 former ancient capital to begin a tour of the many temples and palaces that adorn the city. 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 Kyoto Imperial Palace. Take a break and have lunch before restarting your whirlwind tour of Kyoto.

After lunch we go to Heian Jingu Shrine, built to celebrate the 1110th anniversary of Kyoto’s founding, its characteristic red architecture makes this an impressive sight to behold.

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.

- No registration required
- SIM will be delivered to your accommodation 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


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