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Wonders of the West

Wonders of the West

20 Nights/21 Days Small Group Tour
Twin/Double: from €7,560 / £6,750 / US$8,500 / AU$13,200 (Per Person)

Embark on a grand three-week odyssey through Japan’s western heartlands, unveil a mosaic of rich cultural traditions and natural scenic beauty. From the hushed reverence of Kyoto’s temples to the mysterious ancient forest paths on Yakushima Island, your Japan discovery awaits! Witness the ancient and modern harmoniously coexist, as you traverse through cities of historical resonance. Experience unique Japanese arts and crafts in places less visited. Meet the masters of ancient Japanese crafts; kimono weavers, and Japanese sword makers, among others. Relax in soothing onsens and savour local delicacies at carefully chosen rural ryokans.



Day 1: Arrival in Kyoto - Welcome to the Cultural Heart of Japan

Begin your Japanese odyssey in the serene embrace of Kyoto, the city where history breathes through every temple and shrine. Upon landing at Kansai International Airport, enjoy the seamless door-to-door transfer to your deluxe accommodation.

After checking in, take some time to rest or explore the nearby area at your leisure. Get your first taste of Kyoto’s charm with a stroll through its historic streets.

As dusk settles, join your group and tour leader for a welcome dinner, where you’ll meet fellow travellers and your tour leader, sharing the excitement for the adventure that lies ahead. Here, in the culinary capital, each dish tells a story, setting the tone for your cultural exploration.


Day 2: Kyoto Highlights and Geisha Experience

Awaken to the cultural heartbeat of Kyoto. With your tour leader and local guide, spend the day unravelling the city’s treasures. Stand in the presence of timeless UNESCO temples, whispering tales of samurai valour.

The highlight—an exclusive meeting with an authentic Geisha over tea—offers a rare glimpse into the grace of old-world Japan. For those travelling in March, the blush of cherry blossoms may accompany your explorations, while November guests revel in the dance and colour of the Gion Odori festival.

Day 3: Free Day in Kyoto - Explore More of Kyoto or the Kansai Region

Today is yours to craft your narrative on Kyoto’s enchanting streets. Continue your exploration of the city’s ancient sites or venture out on a day trip to the marvels of the Kansai region.

Whether you choose to delve deeper into the city’s hidden alleys, attend a local festival, or escape to a nearby attraction, the day is yours to shape. Armed with curated itineraries and the insightful Oomi Travel App, you’re free to weave your own experiences into the rich tapestry of Kyoto. Your tour leader, a wellspring of local knowledge, will ensure your free day in Kyoto is as enriching as it is exclusive.

Day 4: Discover Kyotango's Coastal Beauty and Heritage Crafts

Wave goodbye to the cityscape as you embark on a scenic journey to Kyotango. Here, the quaint village of Ine welcomes you with its picturesque boat houses, a prelude to your luxurious ryokan stay. As you partake in a Kaiseki dining experience, let each course tell a story of the region’s bountiful seas and rich cultural heritage. Kyotango is more than a destination; it’s a passage back in time, where each craft and custom offers a thread linking past to present.

Day 5 : Artisans of Kyotango - Meet Master Craftsmen of Silk, Swords, and Vinegar

Explore Kyotango’s rich heritage with visits to kimono silk weavers, a traditional swordsmith, and a rice vinegar distillery. Learn about these time-honoured crafts and the artisans dedicated to preserving them.

Immerse yourself in the artisanal heartbeat of Kyotango, a region steeped in ancient craftsmanship. Watch as kimono silk weavers conjure patterns of timeless elegance, visit a rice vinegar distillery where tradition flavours every drop, and witness the revered art of Japanese sword making. These experiences provide a rare glimpse into the meticulous artistry that is the backbone of Japan’s cultural identity.

Day 6: Kobe - Culinary Delights in a Cosmopolitan City

Arrive in Kobe and check into your hotel, which is next to the iconic Kobe Port Tower. The city’s cosmopolitan charm is as enticing as its world-famous beef.

Your first evening is free to roam the city, perhaps wandering the bustling waterfront shopping and dining complex at Harborland Megacomplex. An attractive city, the first to open foreign trade, has now recovered from the 1995 earthquake. This harbour town features diverse and sophisticated streets. Sannomiya is a paradise for shoppers and foodies. Sample the finest sake from Nada and Kobe Wagyu beef. Visit distinct areas: Kyu-kyoryuchi, Kitano and Chinatown.

As the city lights twinkle, the fusion of international influences and local traditions in this port city becomes delightfully apparent.

Day 7: Exploring Kobe - Gardens, Gastronomy, Craftsmanship and Kobe Beef Experience

Experience Kobe’s cultural blend with a guided tour through the Nada district’s sake breweries and a visit to the peaceful Nunobiki Herb Gardens. The day crescendos with a sizzling Kobe Beef dining experience by the harbour, where the city’s culinary excellence truly shines. A visit to a ceramics master potter adds an artistic touch to the day’s adventures.

Day 8: Hiroshima's History and Miyajima Island

The Shinkansen bullet train takes you swiftly to Hiroshima, a city that has risen with grace from its tragic history. Start with introspective moments at the A-bomb Dome and Peace Memorial Museum, accompanied by a local guide to introduce you to the city’s tragic past. These sites bear silent testimony to the resilience of humanity.

After lunch, a short ferry ride transports you to the sacred Miyajima Island. Here, the iconic ‘floating’ torii gate of Itsukushima Shrine offers a picture of serenity against the calm waters—a poignant counterpoint to the morning’s reflections.


Day 9: Fukuoka's Charm - From Wisteria Gardens to Bustling Markets and Street Food Stalls

As you travel to Fukuoka, pause at the nostalgic Moji Port in KitaKyushu, with its retro waterfront charm. In April, the Kawachi Fujien Wisteria Garden unfolds in a symphony of colour. Visit the Tanga Market and enjoy the waterfront area. In April, the Kawachi Fujien Wisteria Garden is a highlight. Once in Fukuoka, explore the city’s attractions, such as Canal City Hakata.

Day 10: Nagasaki's Historic Nightscapes

Arrive in the storied city of Nagasaki and engage in self-guided exploration, delving into its rich history and international influences. Reconvene with your group in the evening to take in the magnificent night views from Mount Inasayama, offering a sweeping panorama of the city.

Day 11: Nagasaki's Storied Past: Nagasaki Peace Park. Dejima Island of Dutch traders

Embark on a day filled with historic exploration. Visit Nagasaki Peace Park and the Atomic Bomb Museum, commemorating the city’s poignant history. Wander through Glover Garden, and step onto Dejima, the once-exclusive Dutch trading post. This historic island is a testament to Nagasaki’s role as a gateway for Western influences during Japan’s period of seclusion.




Day 12: Unzen Onsen's Volcanic Bliss

Travel to Unzen Onsen, a hot spring resort within the Unzen-Amakusa National Park. Japan’s First national park of bright nature with a dark history. Eight mountains combine in Mount Unzen, and discover wild birds and highland plants, as Azaleas and Maple leaves blaze. Monuments mark the tragic opposition to new beliefs at Unzen Hell geothermal fields. Enjoy the therapeutic properties of acidic springs at an early Meiji-era resort.

Enjoy the therapeutic benefits of volcanic hot springs and indulge in a kaiseki dinner at your ryokan, celebrating Japan’s culinary arts.

Day 13: Kumamoto's Samurai Legacy and Literary Reflections

Kumamoto City embodies the rich culture, natural beauty, and stimulating flavours of Kyushu. Stroll through the awe-inspiring complex at Kumamoto Castle. Suizenji Garden is designed to replicate the Tokaido with a mini Mt Fuji, and the residence of the first Western author to write books about daily life in Japan and scary ghost stories, Lafcadio Hearn. Close by see a gigantic volcanic caldera at Mt. Aso.

An awe-inspiring complex at Kumamoto Castle, the castle town, and Mt. Aso. Suizenji Garden is designed to replicate Tokaido with a mini-Mt. Fuji.

The residence of the first Western author to write books about daily life in Japan and scary ghost stories, Lafcadio Hearn. Close by see a gigantic volcanic caldera at Mt. Aso.

Day 14: Kumamoto's Natural Wonders - Volcanic Landscapes and Takachiho Gorge

A day trip to the active volcano Mt. Aso offers breathtaking vistas and natural wonders. The stunning Takachiho Gorge awaits with its rowboats, ready to navigate between towering cliffs and past cascading waterfalls. A spiritual interlude at the Amano Iwato Shinto shrine, nestled in a sacred cave, rounds out a day rich in natural and mystical encounters.


Day 15: Journey to Yakushima - Transition to Tropical Island Serenity

Begin your travels to Yakushima, stopping at Ibusuki Onsen for a unique sand bath experience.Take a high-speed boat to the island of ancient cedar and white beaches Yakushima is a truly magical subtropical island filled with the most ancient cedar forest at 7,000 years old. Inspiration for Studio Ghibli’s Princess Mononoke.

Arrive at your ryokan on Yakushima, ready to explore the island’s renowned natural beauty and ancient forests.



Day 16: Exploring Yakushima

Yakushima was certified as a UNESCO Natural Heritage Site due to its unique nature. While the Nansei group of islands consists of more than 900 islands, Yakushima Island is the only one that possesses a pristine natural forest of cedars more than one thousand years old, and an uninterrupted vertical distribution of vegetation that extends from the coast to the mountain peaks.

On a morning hike with a guide, marvel at the enormous native cedar trees that form Yakushima’s lush landscapes. Visit the ancient Jomonsugi cedar tree and other natural highlights, immersing yourself in the island’s serene environment. Traverse through mossy forests and alongside streams that murmur tales of the island’s timeless past. Let the majesty of nature’s creation, from the whispering trees to the gentle wildlife, fill you with a sense of wonder. When you are satisfied with your exploration inland, enjoy the rest of the day close to your beachfront hotel.

Day 17: Free Day on Yakushima

This day is all about you enjoying personal time in a natural paradise. Embrace the freedom to explore Yakushima’s enchanting landscapes at your own pace. Whether you choose to embark on a challenging hike, cycle through scenic trails, or relax by the shore, the island offers a respite for your spirit. For those visiting between May and August, the opportunity to witness sea turtles on pristine beaches adds a magical dimension to the island’s natural allure.

Day 18: Departure from Yakushima - From lush green forests to a neon concrete jungle

After saying goodbye to this peaceful paradise, hop on a domestic flight and transition from the tranquil setting of Yakushima to the bustling atmosphere of Tokyo. Reflect on your time spent in nature before the urban adventure begins. After checking in at your hotel, step outside and feel the energy of the world’s largest city. Your mind will boggle at the stark contrast to the natural calm you’ve left behind earlier than the same day.

Tokyo’s dynamism is exciting, and while its scale can be overwhelming, it is rarely intimidating due be being the safest city in the world.

Day 19: Tokyo's Highlights - A Guided Tour of the Capital's Best

Dive into Tokyo’s vibrant pulse with a guided tour that showcases the capital’s diversity. Visit iconic landmarks, including Meiji Shrine, steeped in tranquility amidst the city’s bustle. Stroll through serene gardens that offer a green oasis, and step into the past at the Asakusa district, home to the famed Senso-ji Temple. End the day with a panoramic view of Tokyo’s sprawling cityscape from an observation deck, a testament to its modernity and charm.

Day 20: Personalized Tokyo Adventure - Shopping, Sightseeing, and Farewell Dinner

Your last full day in Tokyo is an open canvas—shop for the latest electronics or fashion, discover under-the-radar local spots, or revisit your favourite places in the city. Your tour leader is available to recommend activities that align with your interests. In the evening, regroup for a farewell dinner to celebrate the journey’s end, sharing memories and toasting new friendships and unforgettable experiences.

Day 21: Departure Day or Extended Stay

As the tour officially concludes, you may either head to the airport for your flight home or choose to extend your stay to further discover Tokyo’s endless attractions. If departing, you’ll leave with a collection of memories from the serene temples of Kyoto to the dynamic streets of Tokyo, each moment of your journey offering a deeper understanding of Japan’s rich culture and landscapes.

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Triple Room€6,920 £US$ AU$
Single Room€10,478£US$AU$



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June 22, 2024

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July 13, 2024
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November 23, 2024
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March 30, 2025
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July 12, 2025

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August 02, 2025
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August 29, 2025
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Okura Hotels are Japan’s finest traditional hotels, providing 5* service and a tranquil setting for optimum comfort and relaxation. Lavish and stylish decor of warm wood panelling, majestic columns, and comfortable armchairs echo the 1920s, as an elegant staircase connects international explorers of Kyoto. A short walk to the central shopping area of Shijo-Kawaramachi and a 15-minute drive from Kyoto Train Station and local attractions such as Kyoto’s oldest temple, Toji, the Imperial Palace, and Nijo Castle. Taste the fluffiest strawberry cake at the cafe before you venture out to explore this distinctive location.


Shaped like a wave and surrounded on three sides by the ocean. Enjoy quintessential Kobe scenes as the harbour, Kobe Port Tower, and Kobe Maritime Museum stretch out beneath your eyes.

Each guest room has a balcony so that you can enjoy the glittering ocean and urban nightscape. Akin to an elegant voyage, a salty breeze blows over this landmark in the harbour, complete with port town ambience, as ships, luxurious liners, and yachts come and go around the world.


Sheraton Grand Hiroshima Hotel is conveniently located next to JR Hiroshima Station with direct access to the bullet train and bus terminals. Stay in luxury as you explore Hiroshima’s historic sites and architecture.

Modern décor blends Western and Japanese elements to create a harmonious atmosphere. All guest rooms feature the Sheraton Signature Sleep Experience and Premium Club Rooms are welcome at the Club Lounge, offering breakfast, soft drinks and cocktails. Restaurants feature the finest and freshest cuisine and the bar is a great place to gather with friends, both old and new. Relax and recharge your mind and body at Shine Spa. A pool and fitness centre are located in the hotel.


The Miyako Hotel is a contemporary 5-star hotel nestled in the centre of Fukuoka, bringing greenery, water, and light into spacious guest rooms and comfortable open spaces with an elegant yet relaxing modern Japanese design. Rooms have sound-proofed windows, a sofa set, flat-screen TV with satellite channels and complimentary WiFi.

On the top floor of the hotel, feel the night breeze, and see shining lights shimmer on the surface as the hotel’s signature is a natural hot spring with a waterfall flowing down from the roof. Spend time relaxing in the wellness center complete with a swimming pool.

Choose from two onsite restaurants, enjoy a buffet breakfast, and enjoy all-day dining at the Empathy lobby lounge for carefully selected seasonal ingredients from Kyushu. Somewhere Restaurant and Bar serves innovative cuisine against the backdrop of panoramic views of Fukuoka Airport.

Located in the Hakata Ward it is 5-minute walk to the metro station and 4.1 km to Fukuoka Castle Shiomi Watchtower. A 25-minute stroll will bring you to the Heian-era Tochoji Temple, or Kego Park.


Nestled just steps away from Nagasaki Station, the Hilton Nagasaki is a beacon of luxury and convenience in the heart of the city. Directly across from Dejima Messe Nagasaki and a short stroll from Amu Plaza Shopping Center, this 5-star hotel offers an elegant array of comfortable, bright rooms. Each space provides a cosy escape from the bustling cityscape of Nagasaki. Enjoy delicious meals at the hotel’s restaurants or relax with a treatment at the luxurious spa. For those seeking spiritual solace or a picturesque venue, the chapel offers breathtaking views of Mt. Inasayama. Located near cultural landmarks like the Nagasaki Museum of History and the Atomic Bomb Museum, the Hilton Nagasaki not only promises a luxurious stay but also easy access to explore the city’s rich history. 


Founded over one hundred years ago, the Unzen Kyushu Hotel combines elements of traditional and contemporary design, along with local woods and stone, to create an authentic and tranquil atmosphere which makes for a magical stay. By bringing elements of nature into the hotel, such as water features, flowers and trees, there is a profound sense of connection with the local mountainous landscapes.  

All the rooms in this hotel are exceptionally large in comparison to most Japanese hot spring resorts and feature a terrace which overlooks the stunning jigoku valley, a hot spring bath and a tatami area 

Enjoy delicious meals in the hotel’s restaurant, which blends western cuisines with exceptional regional Japanese ingredients from Unzen and Nagasaki. Local Nagasaki beef is the star of the show, but the restaurant also serves delicious regional vegetables and desserts. 

 In the Taisho era, the hotel brochure read: ‘Think of the hotel as part of your home and the staff as your close brothers’, and the impeccable service at the Unzen Kyushu Hotel has certainly respected this tradition ever since.  


Scenic views surround the hotel, which occupies the 9th to 12th floors encircling a courtyard inspired by lush countryside complete with a lagoon and a chapel. Downtown Kumamoto City is a short distance away, Mt. Aso is to the east, Mt. Kinpo is to the west, and the Ariake Sea in the distance. Take in the splendid views from the observation deck.

The vast nature of Kumamoto is reflected in spacious rooms with a functional design large desks and comfortable space. Take a corner room for a wider bed and panoramic views. The soft lighting and Japanese-style interior of the Nagomi room has a Koagari tatami area for relaxing.All rooms feature Simmons beds with pocket coil mattresses. “THE SUITE Hanare” features a living room with a large garden, and a spacious bedroom. Enjoy seasonal views of Mt. Hanaoka and the garden. Interiors are furnished with traditional handicrafts of Kumamoto.

Refresh at Yudokoro, a large bathing area with garden view and a fatigue busting sauna. Work out in style in the sunlit Fitness room with exercise machines.

Enjoy Western, and Japanese specialties at the restaurant with panoramic views of the “City of Forest” Observe the  cityscape and street life, feel the warmth of sunlight and the scent of the forest while listening to the sound of the wind. A chain of mountains and a myriad of rivers create Senzan Bansui, the cuisine of Kyushu. Fresh ingredients are harvested in rich, natural environments, such as seafood from Amakusa and dairy products from Aso. For breakfast, enjoy the buffet and items such as; Sea Bream rice bowl, Akaushi roasted beef, or a fruit sandwich. The restaurant is open all day serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner, as well as after-dinner drinks. Enjoy pre-dinner aperitif or a nightcap while watching the glittering cityscape. The bar serves various kinds of famous local Japanese sake selected from breweries in Kyushu.

The hotel is located near JR Kumamoto Station Shirakawa Exit (the East Exit) approximately one minute’s walk away.


Step onboard a complimentary shuttle after a short flight from Osaka International (Itami) Airport, or Fukuoka or Kagoshima airports to reach the island of Yakushima. The resort of Sankara can be reached in approx 40 minutes.

Nestled on a verdant hill at the foot of the mountains, where a subtropical forest and subalpine climate intersect. Enjoy the rich aroma of the surrounding greenery, coupled with a sumptuous, refreshing breeze.

Sankara is called after the “blessings from heaven” in Sanskrit, in honor the great nature of Yakushima. An auberge-style resort providing the ultimate in hospitality while protecting nature. The resort overlooks the sea on the island’s southeast side. There are also two ports on the island; Anbo Port and Miyanoura Port.

A personal assistant welcomes and assists with preparations to make it an exceedingly impressive stay and share some hidden gems known only to locals. This butler service will ensure there is every chance to sample the unique blend of food and ambiance.

Find refinement and relaxation in all five types of guest rooms, suites and villa rooms. Amenities are designed to be kind to both your body and the environment of Yakushima and are made with natural materials.

Two exquisite restaurants are the epitome of the auberge. Ayana is ideal for casual dining, while Okas offers the true gastronomic experience of a French full course meal. Executive Chef Chiharu Takei, is a renowned master of French cuisine. He specially selects ingredients from the local area and elsewhere in Kyushu to weave his culinary creative masterpieces.

Immerse yourself in nature at this one-of-a-kind sauna made using local jisugi cedar and indulge in a moment of relaxation by the pool as you gaze over the ocean, a moment of unparalleled luxury and relaxation. Stay in top form at a comprehensive fitness suite, and enjoy a blissful experience with a menu of treatments for body and mind.

Drinks, sweet dishes and aperitifs are also provided during your stay. Relax while enjoying drinks and light bites at the poolside, or take in the magnificent sunrise from the hilltop view overlooking the sea. Explore a collection of books spanning topics such as Yakushima, cuisine, wine and saunas, expertly compiled by book curator Yoshitaka Haba.

A 100km drive will bring you around the perimeter of Yakushima, watch out for monkeys and deer on the road. See Senpiro falls, Hirauchi Taichu onsen, Ohoko no Taki waterfall, World Heritage site Seibu Rindo Forest Path, Nagata Inakahama – beach a little further away,  Shiratani Unsuikyo ravine and the land of Yakusugi.

To protect and foster nature and communities that call Yakushima home, the Sankara Fund has been established.

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Whats Included

20 Nights AccommodationStandard and Superior Western Style (14 nights)

Japanese Ryokans with hot springs and dinner (6 nights)

English-speaking tour leaderFully Escorted (Groups of 6 – 12):

You will be escorted by our friendly English-speaking tour leader who will travel with you.

Semi Escorted (Groups of 1 – 5):

If we do not have the minimum numbers to run the tour with a tour leader throughout, don’t worry! We never cancel our scheduled tour dates. Instead of having a full-time tour leader, you will be met in each area by our local assistants on days you don’t have private guides. So you will be given a very private-style tour with no change to the cost!

TransfersAll transfers required for your tour as well as arrival & departure airport transfers to & from your hotels
Private Tour GuidesLocal English-speaking tour guides in Kyoto, Kobe, Hiroshima, Nagasaki, Kumamoto, Yakushima Island, and Tokyo
Entrance Fees
Included in all sights listed in the itinerary
Cultural Experiences
  • Kyoto City Guided Tour
  • Guided Tour of Kobe City
  • Kobe’s Nada Sake District for Sake Tasting
  • Kobe Beef Teppan-Yaki Dinner
  • UNESCO Hiroshima A-Bomb Dome and Peace
    Memorial Museum
  • UNESCO Miyajima Island
  • Fukuoka Street Food
  • Tanga Market in Kitakyushu
  • Canal City Hakata & Night Yatai in Fukuoka
  • Mt Inasayama Ropeway for Nagasaki
  • Nagasaki Peace Park & Atomic Bomb
  • Glover Garden Nagasaki
  • Dejima – Former district reserved for earliest
    Dutch traders
  • Nagasaki Museum of History and Culture
  • Unzen Onsen Visitor Centre
  • Authentic Luxurious Ryokan Stay with
    Kaiseki Dining
  • Kumamoto Castle
  • Former Residence of Hosokawa
    (High-Ranked Samurai)
  • Former Residence of Lafcadio Hearn
    (celebrated early foreign author)
  • Trip to Volcano Mt Aso and its Visitor Centre
  • Takachiho Gorge River Cruise
  • Ibusuki Onsen Sand Baths
  • Hike on Yakushima Forested Island
    (UNESCO Natural Heritage Site)
  • Tokyo City Urban Exploration
    • Cherry Blossom Viewing (Mar)
    • Osaka March Sumo Wrestling Tournament (Mar)
    • Kawachi Fujien Wisteria Garden (April)
    • Fukuoka Hakata Gion Yamakasa Spectacular
      Festival (July)
    • Stunning Autumn Foliage Colours (Nov)
    • Fukuoka November Grand Sumo Tournament (Nov)
Meals Breakfast daily and 6 evening meals
Other Inclusions:
  • Comprehensive Travel Pack
  • Luggage Forwarding on 2 journeys
  • Local Emergency Contact
  • All Taxes & Accommodation Surcharges
  • Fixed Price Policy
  • Minimum 4 / maximum 12 people
  • No Hidden Costs!!
This package does not include:
  • International Flights [Arrange own flights into and out of Tokyo’s Haneda or Narita Airports – Always check the arrival date on your flight e.g. if flying from Europe/US, you will arrive into Tokyo the following day (depending on airline you use)]
  • Meals other than those specified in the itinerary. Generally, you can expect to pay 1,000yen for lunches and anything from 2,500yen for your evening meals.
  • Beverages consumed at any meal (Water served freely)
  • Baggage Handling (You are requested to carry your own bags so be careful when packing)!
  • Tour Leader, Guide or Driver Gratuity – can be arranged among your group (Optional)





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