6D5N JAPAN KANSAI CLASSIC JOURNEY 2019 (Based on Single pax per Room)

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6D5N JAPAN KANSAI CLASSIC JOURNEY 2019
Osaka, Wakayama, Kyoto, Nara
(Based on Single pax per Room)




Package Inclusions:
  • 4 nights Hotel accommodation as specified (with 1- night Onsen/ Hot Spring hotel) (Kansai Airport Bellevue Hotel, Kobe Tokyu Rei Hotel, Kyoto Tower Hotel Annex)
  • Chinese & English Bi- lingual tour guide
  • Meals, tours,admission & transfers as per itinerary.
  • Tour guide tipping.
  • Travel Insurance (02 to 69 years old)


Excluded:
  • Japan Visa: Php 840
  • International & Domestic airfare.


 
Tour Itinerary:
 
DAY 01 - HOMETOWN - JAPAN OSAKA
Your vacation begins from boarding your flight to Japan.
 
DAY 02 OSAKA  ( KANSAI AIRPORT)
On arrival you will be welcomed by your tour guide and transferred to hotel by shutlle. pleasecheck in at the front desk. Hotel: Kansai Airport Bellevue Garden Hotel or similar.
 
DAY 03 OSAKA WAKAYAMA- KUROSHIO MARKET- ENGETSU ISLAND - SENJOJIKO- SANDANBEKI DOKUTU CAVE - SHIRAHAMA (B/D)
WAKAYAMA- The capital city  of Wakayama Prefecture in the  Kansai region and recently one of the most popular tourists attractions in Japan.
SENJOJIKO : Its name literally means " one thousand tatami mats" originating from its appearance. Over the millennia waves of the Pacific Ocean have continually crashed into the Wakayama coastline, creating this hidden spectacular plateau of multi- tiered rocks.
Sandanbeki Dokutsu cave: Rock cliffs in shirahama, a twio kilometer stretch of coastline that towers 50 meters above the sea. Hidden at the bottom is a cave named Doukutsu where was once a pirate's lair in the Heian Era. boarding the elevator for the 24 second ride travelling 36 meters down through the cliff, there is a replica of an ancient pirate ship in the large cavern, some background display along the 200- meter pathway and the dynamic presence of the stormy seas right before your eyes. The raging waves striking the cliffs are definitely thrilling and memorable!
 
DAY 04 SHIRAHAMA KOBE- AWAJI ISLAND- AKASHI KAIKYO BRIDGE - NANKIN MACHI- KOBE HARBOUR LAND (B/L)
AWAJI ISLAND: An island in Hyogo Perfecture and the largest island in the Seto Inland Sea. Separated from Honshu by the Akashi Strait from Shikoku by the Naruto Strait, it possesses  beautiful, historical culture and rich local ingredients. 
AKASHI KAIKYO BRIDGE: Currently the longest suspension bridge in the world, connecting Awaji Island to Kobe on Honshu across the Akashi Strait.
KOBE HARBOUR LAND: Made on the site of the former freight yard, Kobe Harbour Land is a premier shopping and entertainment district in Chuo- Ku, Kobe, with a Ferris Wheel and wide selection of shops and restaurants.
 
DAY 05 - KOBE KYOTO - KIYOMIZO TEMPLE - KINKAKUJI TEMPLE- ARASHIYAMA ( TOGETSU- KYO BRIGDE , BAMBOO WALKING PATH)- FUSHIMI INARI SHRINE (B/L/D)
KIYOMIZU TEMPLE: An independent buddhist temple in eastern Kyoto found in 778. It is one of the three best known ancient temples in Kyoto and part of the Historic Monuments of  Ancient Kyoto UNESCO World Heritage ste since 1994.
Kinkakuji Temple: Also known as the Golden Pavillo, a Zen temple bulit in 1397 an world Heritage site with two floors covered entirely in thin layers of the pure gold, set within a beautiful, classical  Zen garden. The detailed architecture incorporates three district architectural styles -- Shinded, Samurai, and Zen.
Arashiyama: A district on the western outskirts of  Kyoto,Japan. It also refers to the mountain across the Oi River, which forms a backdrop to the district. Arashiyama is a nationally designated historic site and place of scenic beauty.
Fushimi Inari Shrine: The head shrine of Inari, the god of rice. farmers and merchants have traditionally worshiped Inari for protection, good harvest and prosperity.  It is still to this day one of the most important shrines in Japan and one of the most picturesque with around 10,000 Torii gates.
 
DAY 06 KYOTO NARA - TODAJI - DEER PARK OSAKA- OSAKA CASTLE- SHINSAIBASHI, DOTONBORI (B/L)
Todaiji: a Buddhist temple complex that was one of the most significant "Historic Monuments of ancient Nara". An UNESCO World Heritage Site houses the world's largest bronze statue of the Buddha. Many of its architectural master-works  and Buddhist statues  have been added to the list of National Treasures of Japan.
Deer Park: Established in 1880, it is one of the oldest parks in Japan. the over 1000 wild silka deer freely roaming  around are also designated as National Treasure and are protected as such Visitors can purchase some "deer - crackers" to feed the deers. 
Osaka Castle: One of the top three significant historical castles in Japan, built by a powerful feudal lord and warrior Hideyoshi Toyotomi in 1583 on the former fortress site of Ishiyama  Honga- ji. this five- story castle is one of the most visually spectacular creations in the country, with a history that dates back almost 450 years.
Shinsaibashi, dotonbori: Osakas principal tourist destinations and premier shopping districts with full of boutiques, designer outlets, restaurants and bars.
 
DAY 07 OSAKA - HOMETOWN (B)
After breakfast transfer to Kansai International Airport.

 
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  • Child NO Discount.
  • No refund if any attraction is closed. No refund for any unused portion of the package.
  • Rates are in US DOLLARS unless specified. No refund for any unused portion of the package.
  • non-refundable deposit of US$420/ per person is required to book. balance is required at least 30 days prior departure  or once visa approved, whichever comes first.
  • Room Type : 2 single bed or 1 double bed for twin sharing, + 1 extra bed for Triple sharing
  • Cancellation penalties per person
           More than 45 days prior departure US$280
           45 to 30 days prior departure                             30% of package rate
           29 to 15 days prior departure                             50% of package rate
           14 days or less prior departure                          100% of package rate
  • Rates are subject to change without prior notice.


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