Code: 7JKN
7 Days 5 Nights
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  • Shirakawa-Go – were listed as sites of The World Heritage at the 19th UNESCO board held in Berlin, Germany on December,1995.
  • Osaka Castle Park- is a great cause of reunification of the world with the completion of the late 16th century, the generals have a deep relationship Hideyoshi’s castle was built in the late 16th century.
  • Dotonbori – This food paradise has two rows of eateries packed wall-to-wall with Japanese nosh of every imaginable kinds and prices.
  • Odaiba – A place that Japan drama lover will know
  • Tokyo Disneyland– Tokyo Disneyland, composed of seven themed areas throughout the year there will be a lot of colorful big parade, celebration, etc.
  • Kinkakuji Temple –This temple has been burnt down many times in the flames of war and other conflagrations.




DAY 2: OSAKA (-/-/D)

Upon arrival Osaka , you will be meet by your guide and visit to Osaka Castle Park~ it was originally built by Hideyoshi Toyotomi (1536-1598)a well-known warlord who brought the whole country under his rule in the late 16th century. Next proceed to New World Tsutenkaku (outlook). Continue visit Shinsaibashi Shopping Street ~ the major shopping paradise in downtown Osaka. After that visit Dotonbori ~ This food paradise has two rows of eateries packed wall-to-wall with Japanese nosh of every imaginable kinds and prices. Next proceed to Umeda underground mall or Universal Studio Japan (own expense). **Depend on local condition**



After breakfast, proceed to Tokyo, visit Kinkakuji Temple ~ the shining golden Kinkaku “Golden Pavillion” is a symbol of Kyoto. Next appreciate Nishijin Kimono Show ~ Kimono is the delicate Japanese national costume. After that proceed to Arashiyama – Togetsukyo Bridge ~ is one of the hottest points for sightseeing in Kyoto to reward Maple (autumn) and cherry blossom (spring) and well-known. After proceed to Nogoya Underground street **If do not stay at Nogoya Underground street will be replaced by other shopping mall**


DAY 4: NAGOYA – TAKAYAMA – SHIRAKWA – GO Enjoy the hot spring experience (B/L/D)

After breakfast, visit Takayama – Old private Houses ~ is old town has been beautifully preserved with many buildings and whole streets of houses dating from the Edo Period, when the city thrived as a wealthy town of merchants. After proceed to Shirakawa-Go-Gassho-Zukuri ~ is a house built of wooden beams combined to form a steep thatched roof that resembles two hands together. Finish visit, enjoy spa pleasure.



After breakfast, visit the Mount Fuji.The highest mountain in Japan with a beautiful conic shape, it is the world renowned symbol of Japan or Winter change to the Tenjinyama Ski (Ski equipment at own expenses). **During winter (mid-December to March), Mt Fuji will be replaces by Tenjinyama Ski Resort**Next proceed to Hakone, Owakudani Valley it was 3000 year agoHakone volcano erupted (Note: Due to increased seismic activity that could lead to a minor volcanic eruption, and will replace with going Peace Park). Then to Odaiba this place is the Tokyo most popular place for entertainment, and also all the Japan Drama lover will know this place. After that, visit Rainbow Bridge.


DAY 6: TOKYO (B/-/-)

After breakfast, proceed to visit Asakusa Kannon Temple is Tokyo most older temple, and at the front door have a big lantern. Next visitNakamise Avenue to buy some souvenir. Then visit Tokyo Disneyland(included ticket).



After breakfast, own leisure till your transfer to the airport for flight back home.

Note: Sequence of itinerary subject to change without prior notice.

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