After breakfast, proceed to view Osaka Castle. The construction of Osaka Castle, started in 1583 on the former site of the Ishiyama Honganji Temple, which had been destroyed by Oda Nobunaga thirteen years earlier. Toyotomi Hideyoshi intended the castle to become the center of a new, unified Japan under Toyotomi rule. It was the largest castle at the time. Then proceed to Shinsaibashi, is the largest shopping area in Osaka where many boutiques and specialty shops are gathered. There are also many restaurants in Dotombori, where you can enjoy the Japanese food as well as a wide variety of tastes from all over the world. After this proceed to Kyoto for visit Fushimi Inari, is the most important of several thousands of shrines dedicated to Inari, the Shinto god of rice.
Hotel: Gifu Resol Hotel or similar (Local 4stars hotel)
After breakfast, proceed to visit Gujo Hachiman, the Food Replica Shop, few people know that the plastic “food sample”, seen outside virtually every restaurant in Japan was invented in Gujo Hachiman. Visitors to Gujo Hachiman have a unique opportunity to visit where food samples for approximately 80% of restaurants in Japan are made. After that visit to Takayama's old town, has been beautifully preserved with many buildings and whole streets of houses dating from the Edo Period (1600-1868), when the city thrived as a wealthy town of merchants.Then will proceed to Shirakawago Gassho Village, nestled in a rural setting reminiscent of the old Japan, Shinkawago is world famous for its steeply thatch roofed or 'gassho-zukuri' style traditional of the finest in craftsmanship.
Hotel: Toyama Crowne Plaza ANA Hotel or similar (Local 5stars hotel)
After breakfast, visit to Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route has distance of 86km and goes from Takayama station on the Toyama Chiho Tetsudo line to Nagano Ogisawa. On the way to the Alpine route, there are many scenic spots. View Takayama one of Japan's 3 Scared Mountains and has been worshipped since ancient times. Enjoy picturesque rural scenery along the Tateyama Kurobe Alpine route via a combination of 6 different transportations: Tateyama cable car, highland bus, tunnel trolley bus, Kurobe cable car, Kanden tunnel bus and ropeway. Along the way pass by the 350 metre high Shomyo-daki, the highest waterfall in Japan, and also Murodo where a spring of 2-5 degrees Celsius gushes out even in summer. At Daikanbo thrill to a sweeping view of the majestic Ushiro-Tateyama Mountain Range, which tower likes a huge folding screen. Explore the famous Kurobe Alps, also known as the spinal core of Japan, for its unique diversity of floras, faunas and alps scenieries. Next be amaze by Kurobe Dam, one of the greatest man made wonders in the world. (popularly known as 'Kuroyon Dam'. You may experience the famous Snow Corridor if you visit between end April and end May - subject to weather conditions).
Hotel: Hotel Buena Vista or similar (Local 5stars hotel)
(B: Breakfast Hotel / L: Japan Style BBQ / D: Japanese Style Hotel Buffet)
Matsumoto - Mt Fuji (By coach_203km_3h10mins)
After breakfast, visit to Mt. Fuji, the most sacred mountain in Japan. The world famous symbol of Japan. Then proceed to Oshino Hakkai Village for visit. Then will visit to Fuji Shibazakura Festival, is held beside Lake Motosuko, the foot of Mount Fuji. About 800,000 Shibazakura (mossphlox) cover vast fields to give colors and stunning contrast of pink ground with the majestic Mount Fuji. The festival is the largest Shibazakura festival in Japan and annually held from mid-April to early June.
Hotel: Tominoko Hot Spring Hotel or similar (Local 4stars hotel)
Mt Fuji - Tokyo (By coach_39km_2h 10mins) /
Tokyo - Kuala Lumpur (By flight_5347km_7h 50mins)
This morning we will visit the popular Asakusa Kannon Temple, the oldest temple in Tokyo which is also famous for its huge red lantern on the Kaminarimon. Not to be missed is definitely a walk along Nakamise Shopping Street where one will find a jam-packed selection of souvenirs and traditional Japanese snacks. Next, we will go through for view of Tokyo Sky Tree and Japan Parlimen. After this proceed to Ginza, world's most expensive shopping land, with lots of branded shopping places. After this proceed to International Airport for check in to back to Kuala Lumpur.
- All In (meals, accommodations, transfer, attractions, flights, taxes) as per stated in itinerary.
- Tour Leader / Manager services & tipping etc (if applicable)
Travel Insurance, porterage charges, Activities not mentioned in itinerary.
Remarks / Important Things to note:
- The tour is conducted by Chinese speaking guide
- Triple Room : Third person shall be based on a roll-away bed
- Meals & hotels above are subject to change without prior notice
** The Itinerary are subject to the final discretion of the local land operator. **
** If a place of visit is closed to visitors, it will be replaced with an alternative. **
** During major events / trade shows / peak season, accommodation may not be in the city mentioned. **
1 hour ahead of Malaysia
Weather & Seasons:
Clothing & Packing (Things to Bring):
- Spring: Scarf, Winter coat, Umbrella, Lip balm, Lotion
- Summer: Sunblock, Lip balm, Summer outfit
- Autumn: Umbrella, Jacket, Lip balm, hat
- Winter: Scarf, Winter coat, Lip balm, Lotion, Winter gloves, Umbrella
- Due to enviromentally-friendly issue, most of the hotel in Japan do not provide toiletries. Please prepare such as shampoo, toothbrush, toothpaste etc. Remember to bring along bath towel as well.
100 JPY = MYR 4.00
Tipping & Average Costs:
Tipping is not a must but is already a practice. It is always nice gesture to tip your Local Guide, Coach Driver & Tour Leader for their kind services rendered.
Major cards such as American express, Diners Club, Discovery, Visa, Master Card are accepted. Check with your credit or debit card’s company for details of merchant acceptability and other services which may be available.
Voltage & Power Socket:
Duty Free / VAT:
Consumption tax in Japan is a flat 10% on all items except food, drinks and newspaper subscriptions for which it is 8% (not including alcoholic drinks and dining out).
Passport Validity & Visa:
Please check your passport (with a validity of at least 6 month from the date of your departure) before leaving for the tour.
- Each passenger is only allowed to take one piece of checked baggage, not exceeding 20KG
- Airline in Malaysia will enforce the “One passenger one piece of hand luggage’ rule for all flights have to measure 56cmX36cmX23cm in size not exceeding 7KG”
Travelers are strongly advisable to be insured when travel, contact your Sales Agents to get yourself covered with a Comprehensive Travel Insurance Policy.
Other things to note:
- Please check your Income Tax status and clear any arrears to avoid unnecessary loss of time and money at http://sspi.imi.gov.my/sspi/
- Lithium batteries like power bank or portable battery charger as well as electronic cigarettes must place in carry-on baggage.
- Airline has banned Samsung Galaxy Note 7 mobile phones on all flights.
- Liquids, gels and aerosols are only allowed in individual containers of 100ml. All containers must fit comfortably in one, transparent, re-sealable bag no larger than 20cmx20cm (eg a freezer bag).
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