JAPAN
8D6N WAKAYAMA, MIE & GIFU
Tour Code: JWMG8

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Welcome to a unique experience! 

  • Assemble at Changi International Airport and begin your holiday with a pleasant flight to Japan.
  • Arrival Osaka meet & greet by our representative.
  • Transfer to hotel to relax and unwind.
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  • Wakayama Castle – now serves as a symbol of Wakayama City, is also a popular cherry blossom viewing spot in the spring.
  • Wakayama Marina City – a resort island facing the beautiful Wakayama Bay.
  • Porto Europa – an amusement park based on medieval European townscapes.
  • Kuroshio Ichiba Market – a seafood market where you can find the freshest food right in front of you.
  • Yuasa Soy Sauce Factory – learn more about the production of soy sauce.
  • Engetsu-jima Island – designated place of scenic beauty in Japan.
  • Spend the night at your hotel and enjoy Onsen.
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  • Senjojiki – a flateau of huge rocks created by the erosion of the ocean’s waves.
  • Visit Sandanbeki Cave and take an elevator to the underground caves to experience the dynamic presence of the seas striking the cliffs right before your eyes.
  • Hashigui-iwa Rock (Bridge Pillar Rocks) – a straight line of large and small unusually shaped rocks which stretches for around 850 meters.
  • Kushimoto Marine Park – first designated sea park in Japan.
  • Overnight at the unique onsen hotel in Nachi Katsuura and enjoy a Hot Spring Bath with a wondrous view of the Pacific Ocean.
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  • Nachi-no-Taki – Standing at 133m tall, this is the tallest waterfall in Japan
  • Kumano Hayatama Taisha – one of Kumano’s three important shrines.
  • Onigajou – a designated national scenic spot and natural monument which is registered as a World Heritage site.
  • Mikimoto Pearl Island – an island well-known as the birthplace of cultured pearl.
  • Mikimoto Pearl Museum – learn more about the cultivation of pearls here with detailed explanations.
  • Performances by “AMA” – watch the performance of female pearl divers who have traditionally been planting and harvesting pearl oysters.
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  • Visit Ise Grand Shrine and stroll along Okage Yokocho Street
  • Lunch at AMA Hut – enjoy grilled abalone, lobsters, large clams and scallops on an irori*.  * will replace some seafood item if not in season
  • Transfer to Takayama and visit Takayama Old Town, often referred to as “the small Kyoto in Hida” due to its quaint atmosphere.
  • Enjoy Onsen in your hotel.
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  • Takayama Morning Market – experience the sights and sounds in the local market of Takayama and purchase some memorable souvenirs.
  • Enjoy Shin Hodaka Ropeway – one of Japan’s most unique ropeways. Its double decker gondola cars, the first in Japan, offer excellent views of the Okuhida Region.
  • Shirakawa-go Village – a UNESCO World Heritage Site with traditional thatched roof houses.
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  • Proceed to Kyoto
  • Kiyomizu Temple – one of the famous temples in Kyoto, known for its cherry blossom in the Spring and red leaves during fall.
  • Experience Yatsuhashi (traditional Kyoto sweets) making to take home as souvenir.
  • Transfer to Osaka.
  • Shinsaibashi and Dotombori Streets – eating and shopping streets in the heart of Osaka. • Transfer to the airport for your flight to Singapore.
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  • Arrive in Singapore. We hope you had an enjoyable vacation with Dynasty Travel and we look forward to bring you to your next holiday destination,

 

Note

  • Tour sequence, domestic flights (where applicable), hotels and meals are subject to change with / without prior notice
  • In the event of bad weather or unforeseen circumstances, itineraries or activities may be replaced or cancelled with/without prior notice.
  • Journey times serve as a guide only and may vary with actual traffic conditions
  • During the Japan big event period, accommodation may change to other city.

 

Japan national big event in 2019

  • Japanese Emperor Change Ceremony (27 April - 12 May)
  • G 20 Sumitt Osaka (28 - 29 June)
  • Rugby Wolrd Cup Japan (20 September - 2 November)
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