• 6 Breakfasts / 5 Lunches / 5 Dinners
• 6 Nights Hotel Stay
Day 1SINGAPORE ✈ KANSAI
Assemble at Singapore Changi Airport and begin your holiday with a pleasant flight to Japan.Note: In the event of morning flight, passengers will stay the night at Kansai and enjoy an additional breakfast.
Day 2KANSAI - WAKAYAMA -SHIRAHAMA
Upon arrival, meet and greet by our local representative. Proceed to Tore Tore Market. It offers a variety of local products, including fresh seafood, locally-brewed spirits and umeboshi (salt-pickled ume). Next, you can enjoy watching a tuna cutting demonstration. Drive along the Shirahama coast and have a photo-stop to view the magnificent Engetsujima, the small sandstone that formed the island. Continue to visit Sandanbeki Cave (admission fee included), a rock wall that comprises of approximately 2 kilometers of steep cliffs which are 50 metres high. The raging waves striking the cliffs are certainly exciting and will give you a memorable experience! You can take an elevator to the underground caves, allowing you to experience the dynamic presence of the stormy seas right before your eyes. Next, we move on to view Senjojiki, also known as “one thousand tatami mats”, which perfectly describes the appearance of these flat, sheet-like rocks.
Meals On Board / Lunch (Japanese Set Lunch) / Dinner (Hotel Dinner)
Day 3SHIRAHAMA - NACHIKATSUURA
After breakfast, proceed to Kishu Umeboshi Kan where you can see plum foods manufacturer, you can try the food and taste umeshu plum wine and plum juice there. Thereafter, proceed to Nachi Taisha, a Shinto shrine located halfway up Nachi Mountain, about 350 meters above sea level. Continue to view the magnificent Nachi Waterfall. Enjoy breath taking views of this 133m waterfall, the tallest and one of the most famous waterfalls in Japan. Lastly, catch a glimpse of the Hashikuiwa Rocks, comprised of a row of pointed, oddly-shaped rocks.
Breakfast / Lunch (Japanese Seafood Hotpot Lunch) / Dinner (Hotel Dinner)
Day 4NACHIKATSUURA - ISE
After breakfast, visit the Nachikatsuura Fish Port - here fishermen come every morning to lay out their catch for auction. You can observe from the gallery at the 2nd floor and see how they use a sharp sickle to prod and lift the fish to check it’s quality before placing their bid. Continue to the Futami Okitama Jinja, famous for a pair of large and small rocks located side by side in the sea, known as Meoto-iwa (lit. husband and wife rock). The rocks serve as a torii gate, for locals to offer prayers to the sunrise and a sacred rock 700 meters offshore from Meoto-iwa. Thereafter, visit the Mikimoto Pearl Island where Mr Kokichi Mikimoto became the world’s first to succeed in culturing pearls in 1893. The museum on the island showcases the beautiful cultured pearls and you can also watch the Ama’s demonstration on traditional pearl cultivation diving. Next, visit the famous Ise Shrine, which is one of the most important shrines in Japan that has an approximately 2,000 years of history. It has been designated as a National Treasure by the Japanese government. Stroll around the Okage Yokocho, a lovely traditional street lined up with machiya (old wooden houses) that sellslocal snacks, crafts and little souvenirs.
Breakfast / Lunch (Toppanyaki Lunch) / Dinner (Hotel Dinner)
Day 5ISE - IGA - KYOTO
Today, visit Ninja Museum (admission fee included), which is a museum dedicated to the history of the ninja and ninjutsu. This typical ninja house has protections such as set traps and fake hallways. You will be able to experience hidden doors, secret passageways and hidden compartments that were designed by the ninjas back then. In addition, you can experience throwing stars in the Ninja Experience Space and watch the popular ninja shows. Fushimi Taisya Shrine is an important Shinto shrine in southern Kyoto. It is famous for its thousands of vermilion torii gates, which straddle a network of trails behind its main buildings. The trails lead into the wooded forest of the sacred Mount Inari, which stands at 233 meters above sea level and belongs to the shrine grounds. Thereafter, visit a UNESCO World Heritage Site – Kiyomizu Temple (admission fee included). It has a large veranda supported by hundreds of pillars and was built in 1633 on a hillside. Take a stroll along Sannenzaka Shopping Slope that features many souvenir shops, handicrafts shops, kimono shops, restaurants and small cafes. Souvenirs at affordable prices are available here. Note: In the event that accommodation in Kyoto hotel is unavailable, it will be replaced with Osaka hotel.
Breakfast / Lunch (Japanese Set Lunch) / Dinner (Izakaya Dinner)
Day 6KYOTO - OSAKA
After breakfast, proceed to Kinkakuji (admission included), the Golden Pavilion. Being one of Kyoto’s leading temples, it is a pond-centered garden featuring a shining golden pavilion designated as a National Special Historic Site and a National Special Landscape. Next, hop on Sagano Train Ride (admission included), from rural Kameoka to Saga Station. This charming, old fashioned train takes you through forested ravines and views of mountains can be appreciated from here. The sights give you a pleasant view of the scenery of Arashiyama Bamboo Forest, Togetsukyo Bridge and Katsura River. Continue to the Tsutenkaku Food Street. The streets of Shinsekai are flooded with light from flashy neon signs and the busy hubbub of crowds. Shinsekai is home to plenty of places where you can enjoy delicious food. Note: In the event Sagano Train stop during the season, it will be replaced by Ninja Train.
Breakfast / Lunch (Japanese Set Lunch)
Day 7OSAKA - KOBE - KANSAI
Commence the day with a visit to see the majestic Osaka Castle (entrance fee excluded). Explore the Kobe Chinatown and Harborland, a mosaic town along the bay, with attractions such as a garden, amusement park, restaurants and a shopping mall. Continue to the shopping paradise “Shinsaibashi” and be wowed by the many shops and departmental stores selling trendy clothes, shoes, books, etc. Visit food paradise “Dotonbori”, where many cafés, restaurants, street food stalls, e are located. See the colourful illuminated neon signboards by the Dotombori Canals, with their mirror reflections on the water.
Breakfast / Dinner (Yakiniku Dinner)
Day 8KANSAI ✈ SINGAPORE
After breakfast, you will be transferred to the airport for the flight back to Singapore. We hope that you had a memorable vacation with ASA Holidays. Note: SQ 623 2330/0510 may replace SQ 619 at times. In the event of replacing with SQ623 flight, the group will spend the day shopping at the US-originated Rinku Chelsea Premium Outlets.
Meals On Board / Breakfast
Day 1新加坡 ✈ 关西
集合于新加坡樟宜机场, 乘搭客机飞往 “日出之国” - 日本。注意：如乘早晨航班的客人，将在关西住宿1晚，含早餐
Day 2关西 - 和歌山 - 白滨
飞机餐 / 午餐 (日式套午餐) / 晚餐 (酒店晚餐)
Day 3白滨 - 那智胜浦
早餐 / 午餐 (海鲜火锅午餐) / 晚餐 (酒店晚餐)
Day 4那智胜浦 - 伊势
早餐后，将到胜浦渔港 - 这是每天早上渔民进来拍卖鱼的地方。 您可以在二楼的画廊中自由观看，看看他们用尖锐的镰刀和工具刺起鱼只，以检查其质量，再进行投标。继续前往二见兴玉神社。以在海中并排的一对大小石头而闻名，被称为夫妇岩（点燃的夫妻岩石）。 这对岩石由当地人作为祭祀门，向日出和夫妇岩海岸700米处的神圣岩石祈祷。随着，将到御木本珍珠岛。这里是御木本一郎于1893年成为世界上第一个成功培育珍珠的地方。岛上的博物馆展示了美丽的养殖珍珠，您还可以观赏到阿玛在传统珍珠养殖跳水中的示范。之后，参观著名的伊势神宫，伊势神宫是日本最重要的神社，有2000多年的历史，它已被日本政府指定为国宝。漫步在托福横丁，欣赏一排传统街道町家 (旧式木制房屋)。这里有出售当地小吃、工艺品和纪念品。
早餐 / 午餐 (日式陶板烧午餐) / 晚餐 (酒店晚餐)
Day 5伊势 - 伊贺 - 京都
今早，前往伊贺忍者博物馆 (含门票)，是一家致力于忍者和忍术的历史博物馆。这典型的忍者房子还有保护措施，如设置陷阱和伪造的走廊，让您体验当时忍者设计的隐藏门、秘密通道和隐藏的车厢。此外，你可以体验抛忍者飞镖和观看忍者表演。伏见稻荷大社是在京都南部的一个重要神社。这座神社是由数以千计的鸟居而著名。步道穿越树木繁茂的森林引入神圣的稻荷山，海拔233米高，属于靖国神社。之后，前往UNESCO联合国世界文化遗 - 由1633年德川家康建造的清水寺(含门票), 此寺的本殿也属国宝之一。接着，将到三年坂购物山坡，此街有许多礼品商店、和服商店、餐馆、茶亭及小吃亭等，您可在这儿漫步买些纪念品或品尝当地小吃。注意: 如遇京都当地酒店客满等因素，将以同等级的大阪酒店取代。
早餐 / 午餐 (日式套午餐) / 晚餐 (居酒屋晚餐)
Day 6京都 - 大阪
早餐后，前往金阁寺 (含门票)，这是京都著名的寺庙之一，它是一个以池塘为中心的花园，特色是一颗璀璨的金阁，被指定为国家特别史迹和国家特殊的景观。之后，登上嵯峨野观光铁道 (含门票)，您将乘搭火车从龟冈到岚山站。这迷人的老式火车将带您穿越森林峡谷和山脉，可以欣赏无敌美景。宜人景色包括岚山竹林、渡月桥和桂川。继续前往通天阁美食街，新世界的街道上充斥着闪闪发光的霓虹灯和繁忙的喧嚣人群。 新世界有很多可以享受美味食物的地方。注意：如果因季节而无法进行龟冈到岚山站的情况下，行程将由忍者列车取代。
早餐 / 午餐 (日式套午餐)
Day 7大阪 - 神户 - 关西
开始新的一天，看看雄伟的大阪城(不含门票)。探索沿着海湾的城镇探索中华街和神户海港城，这里有花园、游乐园、餐厅和购物商场。过后，到著名的购物天堂 - 心斋桥，有许多百货商场。接着到美食街 - 道顿堀，在这里您可看到及品尝到各种大阪街边小吃。
早餐 / 晚餐 (日式烤肉晚餐)
Day 8关西 ✈ 新加坡
飞机餐 / 早餐
*Note: Confirmed departure dates were highlighted in Green color .
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Immigration procedures require all tourists to possess a passport with minimum 6 months validity from the day of departure. Singapore passport do not require a visa to Japan. For foreign passport, please ensure relevant visa is applied should you need one. It is necessary to bring along re-entry permit or air ticket to country of origin for passenger not holding Singapore passport. It is advisable to keep separately a photocopy of your travel document.
**Malaysia Passport: With ICAO' Standards with IC Passport (symbol on the front cover), do not need a visa to enter Japan.
**Non - ICAO Standards Passport, Must apply for a Japan Visa.
Spring (Mar – May): 15 – 25 °C / 春天 （三月–五月)
Summer (Jun – Aug): 25 – 33°C / 夏天 ( 六月–八月 )
Autumn (Sep – Nov): 13 – 20°C / 秋天 (九月–十一月)
Winter (Dec – Feb): -05 – 15°C / 冬天 (十二月–二月)
We suggest you to update the weather through news or internet closer to departure.
Tipping and Service Charges
Total Per Pax (Applicable for 2 years and above):
6D5N Japan Tour: 7200 Yen
7D5N Japan Tour: 7700 Yen
7D6N Japan Tour: 8400 Yen
8D6N Japan Tour: 8900 Yen
8D7N Japan Tour: 9600 Yen
9D7N Japan Tour: 10100 Yen
9D8N Japan Tour: 10800 Yen
Time Difference / 时差
Japan is one hour ahead of Singapore. 日本比新加坡快一个小时。
Electric Current and Adaptor / 电压
It is essential to bring a plug adaptor of 2 Flat pins for 120V outlet.
1. In the event of local religious festivals, unforeseen circumstances and/or bad weather conditions, the sequence of the itinerary may be changed or altered. Alternative attractions will be substituted without prior notice and/or at short notice in order to ensure a smoother journey and tour.
2. All bookings will be subjected to terms and conditions as stipulated in this brochure.
3. Admission and entrance ticket will be included when specified.
4. Minimum group size of 16 passengers is required for a confirmed departure. Group size of 15 and below will solely be at the discretion of ASA Holidays and passengers need to accept the arrangement.
5. Tour is conducted in Mandarin.
6. All hotel ratings are based on local standards. In the event that accommodation in the stated hotel is unavailable, it will be replaced by another hotel of similar standards.
7. During major events, accommodation may not be in the city mentioned
8. ASA Holidays recommends you to buy travel insurance for your travel to ensure coverage.
9. All flights are subject to change without prior notice
10. In the event of discrepancies between English and Chinese itinerary, please refer to English version.
11. Room types are based on run of the house and allocated by respective hotels. ASA Holidays will not be responsible for the differences of the room allocated.
12. For groups of 26 passengers and above, we will have a tour manager to accompany the tour throughout.