1. The Company reserves the right to alter tour itineraries, travel arrangements and accommodation due to unforeseen changes or weather condition.
2. Tour itinerary, hotel details and inclusions are based on Chinese itinerary
3. Tour is conducted in Mandarin unless otherwise stated.
4. All tours may have a tour leader if the group has more than 25 Adult Paying passengers.
5. Tour leader assignment is subjective and at the discretion of the Company.
• Imabari Towel Museum - It’s a very imposing building in an architectural style that can best be described as “modern Japanese château”. When you get inside, you quickly realize that the familiar words “towel’ and “museum” have been interpreted very broadly.
• Dogo Onsen Main Building - a Meiji Period wooden public bathhouse, dating from 1894. The interior of the Honkan is a maze of stairways, passages and rooms, all which bustle with bathers and staff. It is said to have served as inspiration Miyazaki's popular animated film "Spirited Away".
• Dogo Shopping Arcade
• Matsuyama Castle (Inside+ Ropeway) - with its constrcution starting in 1603, was completed in 1627 by Kato Yoshiaki, who had once served under the hegemon Toyotomi Hideyoshi, the ruler of Japan in the latter half of the 16th century.
• Kazurabashi Bridge - suspension bridges made of mountain vines (kazurabashi) were one of the only ways to easily move people and goods across the river of the of the Iya Valley.
• Biwa No Taki
• Oboke Gorge Boat Cruise - On this gentle 30-minute boat ride down the Yoshino River, guides point out interesting rocks, many of which resemble different animals, along the way.
• Awa Odori Kaikan - most famous of many dance festivals held across Japan during the Obon season in mid-August. Awa is the former name for Tokushima Prefecture while Odori means dance.
• Naruto Whirlpools Cruise - created by the large volumes of water moving between the Seto Inland Sea and the Pacific Ocean between high and low tide, combined with the unique underwater geography of the narrow strait.
• The Akashi Bridge (Photo stop) - with a length of almost four kilometres, the world's longest suspension bridge.
• Himeji Castle (Inside) - The castle is both a national treasure and a world heritage site.
• Experience Fruit Picking (subject to weather)
• Koraku-en Japanese Garden - attempts to reproduce famous landscapes in miniature, sing ponds, stones, trees and manmade hills to replicate both Japanese and Chinese scenery.
• Kurashiki Canal (Boat Ride) - Canals were built to allow boats and barges to navigate between the city's storehouses and the nearby port.
• Kurashiki Mitsui Outlet Park
Ferry to Miyajima Island
• Itsukushima Shrine - The shrine is known worldwide for its iconic "floating" torii gate.
• Miyajima Omotesando Shopping Street
• Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park and Museum - the area of what is now the Peace Park was the political and commercial heart of the city. For this reason, it was chosen as the pilot's target. Four years to the day after the bomb was dropped, it was decided that the area would not be redeveloped but instead devoted to peace memorial facilities.
• Atomic Bomb Dome - is a symbol of peace which most people have at least seen at one time in a picture.
• Hondori Shopping Street
Today, free at your own leisure until departure transfer to airport for your flight to home. We hope you have had an enjoyable holiday with EU Asia Holidays.