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China Oriental

Lufthansa City Center

Symbol of Japan - Fuji Mountain


The capital of Japan, known as Edo before, has been the main city of the country since Tokugawa Bakufu. Blazing neon, Manga comics, supersized pedestrian crossings, all these factors make up the special street scene of Tokyo.


In the west of Japan, Kyoto is a mainland city of Japan, it has been the capital of the country during the year 794 a.c. to 1868 a.c. before Tokyo replaced it. From solemnly temples, splendid gardens, to traditional tea houses, part of historical construction of the city has been named as world cultural heritage in the year 1994.


It’s a city of the merchant class, as the third largest city of the country, things always goes a bit faster, but that doesn’t bother the art of eating for the local people. There exists an unofficial slogan “Kuidaore”, which in English means eat until you drop, wanna give it a try?

Classical Japan: Osaka - Nara - Kyōto - Hamanako - Mt. Fuji - Tokyo

Classical Japan: Osaka - Nara - Kyōto - Hamanako - Mt. Fuji - Tokyo

Day 1. Welcome to Osaka, Japan
Welcome to Japan! Upon arrival at Osaka Kansai Airport, a tour representative will meet you at the airport and escort you to check into your hotel. Please note that while we are doing our best to accommodate early arrivals, hotel check-in time is generally not before 3:00pm. Baggage storage can be arranged at the hotel. Take the rest of the day to rest up. Or, if you’re up for it, do some shopping.

Day 2. Osaka – Nara – Kyōto (Breakfast)
This morning, first visit the famous landmark Osaka Castle Garden. Surrounded by greenery, the garden commands a beautiful view of the castle tower and the stone wall of a moat. Then enjoy some free time in Shinsaibasi, the premier shopping area in Osaka. Around 600 meters long, it’s filled with trendy boutiques, retail chains, and luxury department stores.
Later, Make your way to Nara, a city shrouded in legend and thronged with significant sites. Make a special visit to Nara Deer Park, home to hundreds of freely roaming deer. Considered in Shinto to be messengers of the gods, Nara's nearly 1200 deer have become a symbol of the city and have even been designated as a natural treasure.
In the afternoon drive to Kyoto. Visit Kyoto Fushimi Inari Shrine, famous for its thousands of vermilion torii gates, which straddle a network of trails behind its main buildings. The trails lead into the wooded forest of the sacred Mount Inari, which stands at 233 meters and belongs to the shrine grounds. Fushimi Inari is the most important of several thousands of shrines dedicated to Inari, the Shinto god of rice.

Day 3. Kyōto (Breakfast)
Enjoy today at leisure.
If you’d like, book an optional tour to Hiroshima. It is best known as the first city in history to be targeted by a nuclear weapon when the United States Army Air Forces (USAAF) dropped an atomic bomb on the city at 8:15 a.m. on August 6, 1945, near the end of World War II.

Day 4. Kyōto – Hamanako (Breakfast)
Today you will be free at your own leisure to explore this historical city.
Alternatively, you can join an optional in-depth tour of Kyoto. And for passengers who do not take the optional tour, coach will pick up from your Hotel at 4:30pm, then transfer to Hamanako. Overnight at Hamanako area.

Day 5. Hamanako – Lake Yamanakako (Mt. Fuji) – Tokyo (Breakfast)
After breakfast depart on a full day of sightseeing. Stop at Lake Yamanakako, which is the largest of the Fuji Five Lakes and the second most developed lake behind Lake Kawaguchiko with small towns at its western and eastern ends and a few hotels, minshuku, camping grounds and restaurants in between. Here is the best view of Mount Fuji from around the lake, especially from along its less developed northern shore. Drive to your hotel in Tokyo for a restful evening.

Day 6. Tokyo (Breakfast)
Enjoy a free day in Tokyo to explore this dynamic capital city, where over 11 million people live, making the population one of the largest in the world. You may want to join an optional tour.

Day 7. Tokyo / Hometown (Breakfast)
Today, passengers will take own transfer to the Airport. The Bus/Train schedules will be provided by tour representative in advance. Your amazing Japan trip ends.

6 nights Deluxe accommodations(4*):
Osaka: Star Gate Hotel Kansai Airport or similar
Kyōto: Grand Prince Hotel Kyoto or similar
Hamanako: Hotel Concorde Hamamatsu or similar
Tokyo: Sunshine City Prince Hotel or similar

Quotation (double occupancy) (Currency USD):
10+ Pax in 20 seaters bus: US$1049 per person

Prices are valid Jan 01 - Dec 31, 2018(except public holidays in Japan), in case of currency of USD vary more than 3%, rate is suject to change.
Mandatory gratuities/tipping: US$90 per person in total, payable at the beginning of the tour.
Single supplement: US$450 per person (if apply).

Cut off day: 15 Days prior to departure (on Peak seasons will be 35 Days)
Bus daily maximum hours are no more than 10 hours by Japan government law.