YANAGAWA

• Yanagawa sightseeing boat

AMAKUSA

• Amakusa Cruise to spot and watch the wild dolphins at sea

FUKUOKA

• Fruit Picking (seasonal fruits)

• Fukuoka Seaside Momochi

• Fukuoka Tower

• Open-Air Food Stands (yatai)

OKINAWA

• Senagajima Umikaji Terrace

• Shuri Castle

• Okinawa’s International Avenue

• Churaumi Aquarium

• Nago Pineapple Park

• Parco City Mall

• Ryukyu Glass Village

• Peace Memorial Park

• Okinawa World

• Naminoue Shrine

NARA

• Todaiji Temple

• Nara Deer Park

KYOTO

• Kiyomizu Temple

• Sannenzaka Shopping Slope

OSAKA

• Shinsaibash & Dotonbori

Meals

7 Breakfast / 4 Lunches / 6 Dinners

Accommodation

7 Nights stay in Hotel

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Day 1SINGAPORE – FUKUOKA (VIA HONG KONG)

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Assemble at Singapore Changi Airport and begin your holiday with a pleasant flight to Japan.

Day 2FUKUOKA - YANAGAWA – AMAKUSA

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Upon arrival, meet and greet with our local representative. Transfer to Yanagawa, often called “The City of Water.” Enjoy a relaxing Yanagawa sightseeing boat excursion on the canal to enjoy the scenery of the old castle town while the boatman sings local folk songs.

Dinner (Hotel)

Day 3AMAKUSA – FUKUOKA

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This morning will onboard the Amakusa Cruise, you can spot and watch the wild dolphins at sea. we will proceed to enjoy Fruit Picking (seasonal fruits). Driving along Fukuoka Seaside Momochi, a futuristic bayside area of Hakata Bay, marvel at Fukuoka Tower, a 234 – metre tall skyscraper. Drive through its commercial district of, Tenjin. In the evening, explore the open-air food stands (yatai), the city’s best-known symbol. There are over 150 yatais across the city, with the highest concentration in the centrally located Nakagawa and Tenjin districts (subject to prevailing weather conditions).

Breakfast / Lunch (Toppanyaki) / Dinner (Shabu Shabu)

Day 4FUKUOKA – OKINAWA

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After breakfast, will transfer to airport for domestic flights to Okinawa. Upon arrival, proceed to Senagajima Umikaji Terrace, features more than 40 restaurants, cafés and shops. The low, white structures lined up in terraced rows each have a beautiful view of the sea for a distinctly Mediterranean flair. Next, visit to Shuri Castle, the majestic center of politics, diplomacy, and culture of the Ryukyu Kingdom. Continue to Okinawa’s International Avenue - Kokusai Street which has full of restaurants and shops.

Breakfast / Dinner (Kokusai Yatai Meal Coupon)

Day 5OKINAWA

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Today, proceed to catch the Dolphin Show in Churaumi Aquarium at Ocean Park and watch the giant sharks and manta rays swim past the Kuroshio Tank, which is one of the largest tanks in the world. Next, proceed to Nago Pineapple Park, a theme park about pineapples, to enjoy the cart ride and explore the field. You may try their various kinds of products made with fresh pineapples, such as wine, juices, and desserts. Continue to enjoy shopping at San-Parco City Mall.

Breakfast / Lunch (Ryukyu Cuisine) / Dinner (Okinawa Cuisine)

Day 6OKINAWA

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After breakfast, visit to Ryukyu Glass Village, is the largest handmade glass workshop in Okinawa. It's a place where glassworks are manufactured, exhibited, sold, and the process can be closely watched or even participated in. Continue to Peace Memorial Park – The largest war memorial in Okinawa. Next, visit Okinawa World – Enjoy the Elisa dance show and the park’s main attraction, Gyokuendo Cave – a 500 meter long cave that was formed 300,000 years ago.

Breakfast / Lunch (Buffet) / Dinner (Pork Shabu Shabu)

Day 7OKINAWA – OSAKA

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After breakfast, we will visit Naminoue Shrine is a Shinto shrine in Naha City, Okinawa Prefecture. It is located on a high cliff overlooking Naminoue Beach and the ocean. Thereafter, transfer to airport for domestic flights to Osaka. Upon arrival in Osaka, will proceed to the shopping paradise, “Shinsaibashi” and be wowed by the many shops and departmental stores selling trendy clothes, shoes, books, etc. Visit the culinary paradise, “Dotonbori” where many cafés, restaurants and street food stalls.

Breakfast

Day 8OSAKA – KYOTO - OSAKA

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Morning, visit the UNESCO Heritage Site, Todaiji Temple of Daibutsu. The largest bronze Buddha structure in Japan is within the serenity of Nara Deer Park, where thousands of deer roam freely in its natural enclosure. Next, visit a UNESCO World Heritage Site – Kiyomizu Temple (admission fee included). One of the famous temples in Kyoto is known for its cherry blossoms in the spring. 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, which features many souvenir shops, handicraft shops, kimono shops, restaurants and small cafes. Souvenirs at affordable prices are available here.

Breakfast / Lunch (Japanese Set) / Dinner (Yakiniku)

Day 9OSAKA – SINGAPORE

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You will be transferred to the airport for your flight back to Singapore. We hope you had a memorable vacation with ASA Holidays

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Visa

Immigration procedures require all tourists to possess a passport with minimum 6 months validity from the day of departure. 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.

持有外国护照的旅客请向本社职员查询有关的旅游签证 请确保您的护照至少有六个月的有效日期(按照出发日期开始计算)。非新加坡公民和永久居民必须携带出入新加坡许可证或回国的机票。

**Malaysia Passport: With ICAO' Standards with IC Passport (symbol on the front cover), do need a visa to enter Japan.

**Non - ICAO Standards Passport, Must apply for a Japan Visa.

Weather

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.

我们建议您在出发之前再次从新闻或网络查询天气预报。

Tipping

Tipping and Service Charges

Total Per Pax (Applicable for 2 years and above):

6D5N Japan Tour: 7800 Yen

7D5N Japan Tour: 8300 Yen

7D6N Japan Tour: 9100 Yen

8D6N Japan Tour: 9600 Yen

8D7N Japan Tour: 10,400 Yen

9D7N Japan Tour: 10,900 Yen

9D8N Japan Tour: 11,700 Yen

Useful Info

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.

日本使用双遍插头,120 瓦特。

Note:

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.

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