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11 Days Korea, Japan Kansai, Kanto (Hiroshima) Deluxe Tour

Tour Code: KB11E

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Highlights

  • A 600-year-old Korean traditional residential area - Bukchon Hanok Village
  • Osaka Castle and Kuromon Fish Market
  • Arashiyama Bamboo Forest and Golden Pavilion
  • A Michelin Tourist Guide - Hase-dera

Daily Itinerary

Day 1: Arrive in Seoul
Arrive at Seoul Incheon International Airport. For arrival between the hours of 10:30am – 9:30pm into Incheon Airport Terminal 1, you will meet a tour guide on the 1st Floor Arrival Hall at Door 12. For guests arriving at Terminal 2, please make your own way by airport terminal bus to Terminal 1 to meet the guide for a group transfer. Guests who arrive before or after the designated time can take the free hotel shuttle to the hotel at Gate14, Terminal 1. (The hotel check-in time is after 2pm) *It is an approximate 10USD/per car cost to transfer to the hotel by taxi.
Hotel: Howard Johnson Hotel Incheon Airport or similar

Day 2: Seoul – Gangwon-do
After breakfast, visit the “Dae Jang Geum Theme Park”, which is Korea’s first TV drama theme park and one of the major shooting venues for <Dai Jang-Igma>. Afterwards, you can visit Nami Island, where the Korean drama “Winter Sonata” was recorded. The island is full of meadows and walking trails. The island is where the two main characters begin and end their dramatic love story. Soyang Skywalk is a recently emerged attraction located in the middle section of the pedal lane. It is not only a beautiful viewing platform but also a good place for a photo stop. Skywalk is a transparent glass about 12 meters high from the water surface. The platform allows the illusion of walking on air and falling into the water, giving people a thrilling sensation. Then, go to Seoraksan National Park, which is one of the eastern peaks of South Korea located in a famous tourist attraction in Gangwon-do. Also known as snow-capped mountains, each year it snows early and remains there for a long time. Afterwards, visit Shinhungsa Temple. Dinner to the hotel to rest. (B/L/D)
Hotel: Hanwha-Seorak Resort Hotel or similar

Day 3: Gangwon-do – Seoul
After breakfast, visit the Imperial Palace of the Joseon Dynasty – Gyeongbokgung Palace, National Museum of Folklore, and watch the changing of the guards ceremony from the Joseon Dynasty. Later, go to Bukchon Hanok Village. It is a well-preserved 600-year-old Korean traditional residential area in Seoul. The village is best known for its eight views of Bukchon. Afterwards, visit the N Seoul Tower (Photo stop). Afterwards, visit one of Korea’s most representative spots- Namdaemun Market for shopping. Then, check out the Trick Eye 3D Art Museum before dinner. Return to the hotel and rest afterwards. (B/L/D)
Hotel: Sheraton Seoul D Cube City Hotel or Swiss Grand Hotel or Intercontinental Seoul Coex or similar

Day 4: Seoul
After breakfast, free leisure day in the city of Seoul. The rest of meals, please arrange on own. (B)
Hotel: Sheraton Seoul D Cube City Hotel or Swiss Grand Hotel or Intercontinental Seoul Coex or similar

Day 5: Seoul(Incheon Airport)/Osaka(Kansai Airport)
After breakfast, you can take the bus on your own expense (approximately USD15/per person) to Incheon Airport and Fly to Kansai Airport, Osaka. When guests arrive, a guide will be onsite to assist you to take a train or bus to the hotel, please come to the meeting point for pick up: South Arrival Gate, T1, Kansai Airport. Please choose flights which depart between 10:00 am to 18:00 pm from Incheon Airport and arrive at T1 Kansai Airport. Travelers who use other flights need transfer on own expense and arrangement both in Seoul and Osaka. The hotel check-in is available after 3pm with your passport. (B)
Hotel: Star Gate Hotel Kansai Airport or Sheraton Miyako Hotel Osaka or similar

Day 6: Osaka-Kyoto
In the morning, visit the Osaka Fish Market-Kuromon Market and enjoy a variety of fishery cuisine and sushi. Afterwards, visit Osaka’s landmark – Osaka Castle Park (not go up). Then, free time to wander along the iconic Shinsaibashi and Dotonbori shopping streets with an array of fabulous selection of fashionable boutiques. Later on, transfer to Gion Area, Kyoto. Visit Yasaka Shrine, the shrine is almost always buzzing with energy, with eager devotees flocking to receive blessings and pray for good fortune. Walk on Hanamachi Street, the most stylish geisha district in Japan from the Edo period. In the evening, you may see some geishas passing by on the street. Dinner is on your own arrangement.
Hotel: Daiwa Roynet Hotel or Rihga Royal Hotel Kyoto or Hotel Keihan Kyoto Grande or similar

Day 7:Kyoto
Spend the day at leisure to explore all of the delights of Kyoto on your own. Or, participate in the optional tour of Iga, Nara and Uji with lunch,$99/pp. Pick up details to be advised locally. First, head to Iga to visit the Ninja Museum of Igaryu. The Iga-ryu Ninja Museum houses many texts relating to ninjutsu and is a unique ninja museum unequaled anywhere else in the world. You can also enjoy a Ninja Combat Show, Shuriken, swords, and kusarigama are used in this exciting display (In non-performance days, the show will be instead by tea ceremony experience in Uji). Afterwards, proceed to Nara, visit Nara Park where it’s full of very playful and friendly deer. Make sure to experience the beautiful view in Kasuga Taisha Shrine displaying over 3,000 antique hanging bronze and stone lanterns. Then, transfer to Uji. Walk along the matcha street with a strong cultural atmosphere. On both sides of the street are pure Japanese-style courtyards. Here you can experience the most authentic Uji matcha, matcha ice cream and Japanese sweets, as well as various creative restaurants. (B)
Hotel: Daiwa Roynet Hotel or Rihga Royal Hotel Kyoto or Hotel Keihan Kyoto Grande or similar

Day 8: Kyoto=Tokyo
In the morning, proceed to Arashiyama Area. Enjoy some of Kyoto’s most picturesque scenery there. Visit Togetsukyo Bridge and walk through Bamboo Forest. Then, visit the Kiyomizu-dera Temple, a World Cultural Heritage site and the oldest temple in Kyoto, and stroll along the Ninenzaka and Sannenzaka Streets. Afterwards, transfer to Tokyo by Shinkansen (high-speed train) (baggage carried on own). Dinner is on your own arrangement. (B/L)
Hotel: Tokyo Prince or Tokyo Dome Hotel or Shinjuku Granbell Hotel or similar

Day 9: Tokyo
In the morning, visit Meiji Shrine, nestled in a beautiful forested area that honors the first Emperor of modern Japan and his Empress. Then, visit the Imperial Palace Out Gardens, Imperial Palace is the home of the Emperor of Japan. The view of the famous Nijubashi Bridge is highlight of the garden. Later on, watch the tallest standing tower in the world – Tokyo Skytree from afar and visit Senso-ji Temple, which is the oldest temple in Tokyo, surrounded by imposing gates and the vibrant stalls of Nakamise Dori, Sensoji is a must-see destination during your trip in Japan. Afterwards, enjoy your time in Kabukicho Area, it is a must-see destination for young people and foreign visitors and is becoming more family-friendly. With over 4,000 bars, restaurants, clubs and convenience stores, there is a lot to choose from in such a small area. Dinner is on your own arrangement.. (B/L)
Hotel: Tokyo Prince Hotel or Shinjuku Granbell Hotel or Tokyo Dome Hotel or similar

Day 10: Tokyo
Spend the day at leisure to explore all of the delights of Tokyo on your own. Or, participate in the optional tour of Mt. Fuji and Hakone with lunch, $120/pp. Pick up details to be advised locally. First, visit Mt. Fuji 5th Station, located halfway up the mountain (If weather not permitting, go to Mt. Fuji World Heritage Center instead). Later, take a boat to see the beauty of Lake Ashi. Lake Ashi is a great place to see the views of Mount Fuji. Afterwards, take Hakone Ropeway to see the beautiful natural sights of the surrounding areas. Then, transfer back to Tokyo and enjoy your night time in Shibuya. (B)
Hotel: Tokyo Prince Hotel or Shinjuku Granbell Hotel or Tokyo Dome Hotel or similar

Day 11: Leave Tokyo
After breakfast, take limousine bus on your own expense and arrangement from the hotel to the airport for the homebound flight. The end of journey. (B)

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Remarks

  • The above tour fares are based on US Dollar.
  • Adult rate is based on a minimum of 2 people group.
  • The rates exclude all the airfare, train fare, Visa fee, personal insurance, and expense.
  • The designated optional tours and gratuity will be charged mandatorily.
  • The cancellation and change dates policies, please refer to the general terms and conditions.
  • An extra transfer to and from the hotel/airport is $30/per person
  • All the guests have to stay with the group at all time. If absent, a person will be charged $60/per day.

We reserve the right to change itinerary and prices without prior notice.

Click here to see all the Terms and Conditions.

  • A 600-year-old Korean traditional residential area - Bukchon Hanok Village
  • Osaka Castle and Kuromon Fish Market
  • Arashiyama Bamboo Forest and Golden Pavilion
  • A Michelin Tourist Guide - Hase-dera

Daily Itinerary

Day 1: Arrive in Seoul
Arrive at Seoul Incheon International Airport. For arrival between the hours of 10:30am – 9:30pm into Incheon Airport Terminal 1, you will meet a tour guide on the 1st Floor Arrival Hall at Door 12. For guests arriving at Terminal 2, please make your own way by airport terminal bus to Terminal 1 to meet the guide for a group transfer. Guests who arrive before or after the designated time can take the free hotel shuttle to the hotel at Gate14, Terminal 1. (The hotel check-in time is after 2pm) *It is an approximate 10USD/per car cost to transfer to the hotel by taxi.
Hotel: Howard Johnson Hotel Incheon Airport or similar

Day 2: Seoul – Gangwon-do
After breakfast, visit the “Dae Jang Geum Theme Park”, which is Korea’s first TV drama theme park and one of the major shooting venues for <Dai Jang-Igma>. Afterwards, you can visit Nami Island, where the Korean drama “Winter Sonata” was recorded. The island is full of meadows and walking trails. The island is where the two main characters begin and end their dramatic love story. Soyang Skywalk is a recently emerged attraction located in the middle section of the pedal lane. It is not only a beautiful viewing platform but also a good place for a photo stop. Skywalk is a transparent glass about 12 meters high from the water surface. The platform allows the illusion of walking on air and falling into the water, giving people a thrilling sensation. Then, go to Seoraksan National Park, which is one of the eastern peaks of South Korea located in a famous tourist attraction in Gangwon-do. Also known as snow-capped mountains, each year it snows early and remains there for a long time. Afterwards, visit Shinhungsa Temple. Dinner to the hotel to rest. (B/L/D)
Hotel: Hanwha-Seorak Resort Hotel or similar

Day 3: Gangwon-do – Seoul
After breakfast, visit the Imperial Palace of the Joseon Dynasty – Gyeongbokgung Palace, National Museum of Folklore, and watch the changing of the guards ceremony from the Joseon Dynasty. Later, go to Bukchon Hanok Village. It is a well-preserved 600-year-old Korean traditional residential area in Seoul. The village is best known for its eight views of Bukchon. Afterwards, visit the N Seoul Tower (Photo stop). Afterwards, visit one of Korea’s most representative spots- Namdaemun Market for shopping. Then, check out the Trick Eye 3D Art Museum before dinner. Return to the hotel and rest afterwards. (B/L/D)
Hotel: Sheraton Seoul D Cube City Hotel or Swiss Grand Hotel or Intercontinental Seoul Coex or similar

Day 4: Seoul
After breakfast, free leisure day in the city of Seoul. The rest of meals, please arrange on own. (B)
Hotel: Sheraton Seoul D Cube City Hotel or Swiss Grand Hotel or Intercontinental Seoul Coex or similar

Day 5: Seoul(Incheon Airport)/Osaka(Kansai Airport)
After breakfast, you can take the bus on your own expense (approximately USD15/per person) to Incheon Airport and Fly to Kansai Airport, Osaka. When guests arrive, a guide will be onsite to assist you to take a train or bus to the hotel, please come to the meeting point for pick up: South Arrival Gate, T1, Kansai Airport. Please choose flights which depart between 10:00 am to 18:00 pm from Incheon Airport and arrive at T1 Kansai Airport. Travelers who use other flights need transfer on own expense and arrangement both in Seoul and Osaka. The hotel check-in is available after 3pm with your passport. (B)
Hotel: Star Gate Hotel Kansai Airport or Sheraton Miyako Hotel Osaka or similar

Day 6: Osaka-Kyoto
In the morning, visit the Osaka Fish Market-Kuromon Market and enjoy a variety of fishery cuisine and sushi. Afterwards, visit Osaka’s landmark – Osaka Castle Park (not go up). Then, free time to wander along the iconic Shinsaibashi and Dotonbori shopping streets with an array of fabulous selection of fashionable boutiques. Later on, transfer to Gion Area, Kyoto. Visit Yasaka Shrine, the shrine is almost always buzzing with energy, with eager devotees flocking to receive blessings and pray for good fortune. Walk on Hanamachi Street, the most stylish geisha district in Japan from the Edo period. In the evening, you may see some geishas passing by on the street. Dinner is on your own arrangement.
Hotel: Daiwa Roynet Hotel or Rihga Royal Hotel Kyoto or Hotel Keihan Kyoto Grande or similar

Day 7:Kyoto
Spend the day at leisure to explore all of the delights of Kyoto on your own. Or, participate in the optional tour of Iga, Nara and Uji with lunch,$99/pp. Pick up details to be advised locally. First, head to Iga to visit the Ninja Museum of Igaryu. The Iga-ryu Ninja Museum houses many texts relating to ninjutsu and is a unique ninja museum unequaled anywhere else in the world. You can also enjoy a Ninja Combat Show, Shuriken, swords, and kusarigama are used in this exciting display (In non-performance days, the show will be instead by tea ceremony experience in Uji). Afterwards, proceed to Nara, visit Nara Park where it’s full of very playful and friendly deer. Make sure to experience the beautiful view in Kasuga Taisha Shrine displaying over 3,000 antique hanging bronze and stone lanterns. Then, transfer to Uji. Walk along the matcha street with a strong cultural atmosphere. On both sides of the street are pure Japanese-style courtyards. Here you can experience the most authentic Uji matcha, matcha ice cream and Japanese sweets, as well as various creative restaurants. (B)
Hotel: Daiwa Roynet Hotel or Rihga Royal Hotel Kyoto or Hotel Keihan Kyoto Grande or similar

Day 8: Kyoto=Tokyo
In the morning, proceed to Arashiyama Area. Enjoy some of Kyoto’s most picturesque scenery there. Visit Togetsukyo Bridge and walk through Bamboo Forest. Then, visit the Kiyomizu-dera Temple, a World Cultural Heritage site and the oldest temple in Kyoto, and stroll along the Ninenzaka and Sannenzaka Streets. Afterwards, transfer to Tokyo by Shinkansen (high-speed train) (baggage carried on own). Dinner is on your own arrangement. (B/L)
Hotel: Tokyo Prince or Tokyo Dome Hotel or Shinjuku Granbell Hotel or similar

Day 9: Tokyo
In the morning, visit Meiji Shrine, nestled in a beautiful forested area that honors the first Emperor of modern Japan and his Empress. Then, visit the Imperial Palace Out Gardens, Imperial Palace is the home of the Emperor of Japan. The view of the famous Nijubashi Bridge is highlight of the garden. Later on, watch the tallest standing tower in the world – Tokyo Skytree from afar and visit Senso-ji Temple, which is the oldest temple in Tokyo, surrounded by imposing gates and the vibrant stalls of Nakamise Dori, Sensoji is a must-see destination during your trip in Japan. Afterwards, enjoy your time in Kabukicho Area, it is a must-see destination for young people and foreign visitors and is becoming more family-friendly. With over 4,000 bars, restaurants, clubs and convenience stores, there is a lot to choose from in such a small area. Dinner is on your own arrangement.. (B/L)
Hotel: Tokyo Prince Hotel or Shinjuku Granbell Hotel or Tokyo Dome Hotel or similar

Day 10: Tokyo
Spend the day at leisure to explore all of the delights of Tokyo on your own. Or, participate in the optional tour of Mt. Fuji and Hakone with lunch, $120/pp. Pick up details to be advised locally. First, visit Mt. Fuji 5th Station, located halfway up the mountain (If weather not permitting, go to Mt. Fuji World Heritage Center instead). Later, take a boat to see the beauty of Lake Ashi. Lake Ashi is a great place to see the views of Mount Fuji. Afterwards, take Hakone Ropeway to see the beautiful natural sights of the surrounding areas. Then, transfer back to Tokyo and enjoy your night time in Shibuya. (B)
Hotel: Tokyo Prince Hotel or Shinjuku Granbell Hotel or Tokyo Dome Hotel or similar

Day 11: Leave Tokyo
After breakfast, take limousine bus on your own expense and arrangement from the hotel to the airport for the homebound flight. The end of journey. (B)

Images

Remarks

  • The above tour fares are based on US Dollar.
  • Adult rate is based on a minimum of 2 people group.
  • The rates exclude all the airfare, train fare, Visa fee, personal insurance, and expense.
  • The designated optional tours and gratuity will be charged mandatorily.
  • The cancellation and change dates policies, please refer to the general terms and conditions.
  • An extra transfer to and from the hotel/airport is $30/per person
  • All the guests have to stay with the group at all time. If absent, a person will be charged $60/per day.

We reserve the right to change itinerary and prices without prior notice.

Click here to see all the Terms and Conditions.

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