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 Mandarin 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.
Assemble at Singapore Changi Airport for your flight to ‘’Land of the Rising Sun’’ Japan.
• Tsugaru Neputa Mura: Visitors can experience a quasi-Hirosaki Neputa Festival. The fan-shaped Neputa actually used in the festival are exhibited for viewing. Visitors can also try the taiko (Japanese drums) along with the Neputa musicians themselves. Live Tsugaru-shamisen performance are also open for viewing.
• Hirosaki Castle: a hirayama-style Japanese castle constructed in 1611. It was the seat of the Tsugaru clan, a 47,000 koku tozama daimyō clan who ruled over Hirosaki Domain, Mutsu Province, in what is now central Hirosaki, Aomori Prefecture, Japan.
• Morioka Castle Ruin Park: the main tourist attractions in the city is Morioka Castle Ruins Park, the grounds where Morioka Castle once stood. The castle was demolished in 1874 and left to waste. However, in 1906 the site was cleaned up and renamed Iwate Park. It is a popular recreation area for the locals and a popular cherry blossom spot.
• Pokemon Train: POKÉMON with YOU Train concept will be "parents and children having fun with Pikachu together." Enjoy a fun outing with the lively Pikachu. *subject to availability replaced by Chusonji Temple if no schedule on train
• Geibikei Boat Ride: enjoy a calm ride on a flat-bottomed boat navigated by the boatman with traditional pole. Pleasant natural scenery with impressive, tall cliffs and rock formations viewed along the way.
• Matsushima Bay: For hundreds of years, Matsushima Bay has been celebrated as one of Japan’s top three most scenic view. The bay is dotted by over 200 small islands covered by pine trees.
• Zao Dairy Farm (DIY Ice Cream): This is a fun stop to taste some of the local cheeses and other dairy delicacies made from fresh milk, you can also enjoy making you very own ice cream.
• Yamadera: a scenic temple located in the mountains northeast of Yamagata City. The temple grounds extend high up a steep mountainside, from where there are great views down onto the valley.
• Senbei Okoku (DIY Senbei): Senbei Okoku, which means “the kingdom of rice crackers,” offers visitors the rare opportunity to try roasting rice crackers by hand, then eat the freshly baked crackers.
• Northern Culture Museum: Northern Culture Museum is an open-air museum in Kōnan-ku, Niigata, Japan. It contains the well-known mansion of a wealthy farming family called gōnō, gardens and houses in Edo period
• Farm Stay: Enjoy farm stay with locals, helping in the farms and tasting the organic traditional Japanese home cook food.
• Ashikaga Flower Park: From season to season, the garden changes its colors and appearance. In the gardens of Ashikaga, there aren't four, but eight "floral seasons
• Nikko Toshogu: The most renowned shrine of “the Shrines and Temples of Nikko”-a Japan’s leading world heritage, is where Ieyasu Tokugawa, the great Shogun who started the flourishing Edo Period, is enshrined.
• Kegon Falls: the most famous of Nikko's many beautiful waterfalls. In fact, it is even ranked as one of Japan's three most beautiful falls
Bid farewell to this beautiful country. We hope you had an enjoyable vacation with EU Asia Holidays.