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.
Our Vacation begins with a pleasant flight from Singapore to the Land of the Rising Sun-Japan
• Amphibious Bus - the Unique Amphibious Bus "YAMANAKAKO NO KABA" draws attention at Yamanakako. At KABA you can enjoy the extraordinary experience of driving through a forest and then diving into a lake just like that. You can also enjoy nature with all the bodily sensations, with light, wind, forest and water sprays.
• Mt Fuji Shibazakura Festival - about 800,000 Shibazakura, or “Moss Pink”, more than anywhere else in the Greater Tokyo region, bloom in an expansive site at the base of Mt.Fuji. It is a festival of flowers which gives colour to Mt.Fuji through contrast with their gorgeous colours.
• Mt Norikura (Snow Wall) - is the third highest peak in the Northern Japan Alps at 3026m high and it is a great place to visit if you want to get stunning views of the surrounding peak. During spring you can catch a bus almost to the top of Mt Norikura which allows you to see some snow walls that are still left from winter. one of Japan's top 100 mountains and the southernmost peak of the Northern Japan Alps. (Snow Wall from late April-late June, Subject to weather condition)
• Shinhotaka Ropeway - is one of Japan's most unique ropeways. It has one of the largest elevation gains in the country as it climbs over 1000 meters up the side of the Hotake Mountain Range, which includes Oku-Hotakedake, Japan's third highest peak. But its most distinguishing feature is its double decker gondola cars, the first of their kind in Japan, which offer excellent views of the Okuhida Region.
• Sarubobo DIY - the word “Saru” literally means “monkey” and “bobo” is what people in the region of Takayama call a “baby”. Sarubobo literally means a monkey baby. Traditionally these dolls were made as a charm and given as good fortune to someone very important to you. Many grandmothers would make these dolls and give them to their grandchildren as an omen to bring good fortune in life.
• Shirakawa-go - Declared a UNESCO world heritage site in 1995, they are famous for their traditional gassho-zukuri farmhouses, some of which are more than 250 years old.
• Shirakawago Shiroyama - observatory deck to enjoy stunning view
• Matsumoto Castle (Photo Stop) - is one of the most complete and beautiful among Japan's original castles. It is a "hirajiro" - a castle built on plains rather than on a hill or mountain.
• Karuizawa the Shiraito fall - Ranked among the most beautiful waterfalls in Japan, the 150-meter-wide cascade is fed by the volcano's spring water and flows off the edge of a 20-meter-high cliff in thin white streams that resemble hanging threads of silk - hence its name. The base of the waterfall is easily accessible from the road via a walking trail in just a few minutes.
• Karuizawa Prince Shopping Plaza - a newer addition to Karuizawa's shopping attractions, the Karuizawa Prince Shopping Plaza is an outlet mall for popular brands, outdoor goods, sportswear and trendy items.
• Ashikaga Flower Park - one large fuji tree is 100 years old and its branches are supported to create a huge umbrella of blue fuji flowers. There is also a long tunnel of white fuji flowers, while a tunnel of yellow kingusari needs a few more years to become an actual tunnel. Yae-fuji, a variety with more than the usual number of petals, can also be viewed.
• Nikko Toshogu Shrine - is the final resting place of Tokugawa Ieyasu, the founder of the Tokugawa Shogunate that ruled Japan for over 250 years until 1868.
• Chuzenji lake & Mt Nantai san (photo stop) - is a mountain at an altitude of 2,486m north of Lake Chuzenji. Located in Nikko National Park, it is known as one of the one hundred famous mountains in Japan. From the summit you can enjoy stunning views overlooking Lake Chuzenji and the Sekigahara wetlands.
• Kegon Waterfall (Include Lift) - The almost 100-meter-tall Kegon Waterfall is the most famous of Nikko's many beautiful waterfalls.
• Oarai Isosaki Jinja Shrine - is well known as one of the best spots in Japan to see the sun rise. There is a Kamiiso-no-Torii standing out on a rock in the Pacific Ocean, and in the early morning the sun appears and dyes this torii a beautiful red colour. You can also come to see the torii illuminated in the moonlight or at dusk to experience it in a different light.
• Hitachi Seaside Park - The park's iconic flower is the blue nemophila, which covers Miharashi Hill in the spring and mimics the colour of the sky. The flowers are usually at their peak from late April to mid-May. Paths crisscross the hill providing views over the Pacific Ocean and the rest of the park. (Nemophila Flower 20Apr to 10May)
• Odaiba - is a popular shopping and entertainment district on a manmade island in Tokyo Bay.
Today, free at your own leisure until departure transfer to airport for your flight to home. We hope you had an enjoyable holiday with EU Asia Holidays.