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Tour Code : AJP17B
Flight : SQ / JL / NH / MU/ CI
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Tour Code : AJP17B
Flight : SQ / JL / NH / MU/CI
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HAVE A NICE TRIP !!!
Tonight,assemble at Singapore Changi Airport for your flight to the land of the rising sun – Japan.
Shirakawa-go, declared a UNESCO world heritage site in 1995, they are famous for their traditional gassho-zukuri meaning “constructed like hands in prayer” farmhouses, some of which are more than 250 years old.
Takayama Old Merchant Street, referred as “Sanmanchi-dori”, where Edo period houses remain. The rich atmosphere of Takayama castle town still lingers.
Takayama Sake Brewery – This area has been famous for its sake production for over 400 years, with around 56 breweries at one time during the Edo Period (1603-1868). .
Lake Biwa (photo-taking), the most biggest freshwater lake in Japan, most likely named after the Japanese stringed instrument biwa, whose shape resembles the lake. The entire lake is now designated as a protected Quasi-National Park.
Kurokabe Square, was erected during the Meiji period (1868-1912) as a bank. It is currently used as a gallery for glassware, displaying and selling such items as glass accessories and music boxes. They also offer hands-on lessons that include making glass accessories and stained glass.
Arashiyama Bamboo Grove, the walking paths that cut through the bamboo groves make for a nice walk They are particularly attractive when there is a light wind and the tall bamboo stalks sway gently back and forth.
Togetsukyo Bridge, Arashiyama’s most iconic landmark. It was originally built during the Heian Period (794-1185) and most recently reconstructed in the 1930s. The bridge looks particularly attractive in combination with the forested mountainside in the background.
Fushimi Inari 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 and belongs to the shrine grounds.
Himeji Castle, also known as White Heron Castle due to its elegant, white appearance, is widely considered as Japan’s most spectacular castle for its imposing size and beauty and its well preserved, complex castle grounds. The castle is both a national treasure and a world heritage site.
Korakuen, is a beautiful landscape garden and Okayama’s main attraction. Korakuen is ranked as one of Japan’s three best landscape gardens. It is located just beside Okayama Castle, which can be seen from the garden as “borrowed scenery”.
Kurashiki Canal area – During the Edo Period (1603-1867), Kurashiki was an important point along the distribution route of Japan’s most important commodity, rice. Canals were built to allow boats and barges to navigate between the city’s storehouses and the nearby port. A central section of the city’s former canal system has been preserved in the Bikan Historical Quarter.
Kagawa Ritsurin Koen, is a landscape garden in Takamatsu City, built by the local feudal lords during the early Edo Period. Considered one of the best gardens in Japan, it is often suggested that Ritsurin Koen deserves a spot on the list of the “three most beautiful gardens of Japan”.
Kazurabashi Bridge of Iya Valley, the largest and most popular of the remaining bridges, stretches 45 meters across the Iya River at the center of the valley, and gives visitors an unsettling view of the water 14 meters below the open slats of the span. It can be crossed in one direction only.
Oboke Gorge, mean “big dangerous steps”, are narrow, steep sided gorges near the entrance to the Iya Valley and popularly combined with a visit there. Here you will take the Oboke Sightseeing Boat Cruise, riding down the Yoshino River, guides point out interesting rocks, many of which resemble different animals, along the way.
Kochi Castle, the castle used to be the seat of the Yamauchi lords, who ruled over the surrounding region, then known as Tosa, during the Edo Period. It is one of just twelve Japanese castles to have survived the fires, wars and other catastrophes of the post feudal age.
Chikurinji Temple, on Godaisan, which has since become an important stop on the Shikoku Pilgrimage. Number 31 of the 88 temples along the pilgrimage, Chikurinji attracts pilgrims as well as students because of its reputation as a scholastic institution.
Kochi Harimayabashi Downtown shopping, the famous landmark of Kochi’s downtown is Harimayabashi, a small red bridge on the west side of the main street. In addition to Harimayabashi, downtown Kochi has pedestrian shopping arcades and attractive streets for walking.
The Naruto whirlpools (include Cruise ride), occur along the Shikoku coast of the Naruto Strait, and are created by the large volumes of water moving between the Seto Inland Sea and the Pacific Ocean between high and low tide, combined with the unique underwater geography of the narrow strait.
The Akashi Kaikyo Bridge (photo-taking), with a length of almost four kilometers, is the world’s longest suspension bridge.
Shinsaibashi, is a popular shopping district in Osaka which has a long history as a regional center of commerce. Shop till you drop at Dotonbori Shopping.
After breakfast, you shall bid farewell to this beautiful country as you will be transferred to the airport for your flight back to Singapore.
【祖谷的蔓桥】是三条桥中最大和最有名，桥长45 米，离河谷14 米。每隔三年便会重建，两端固定在高大的雪松树，钢索隐藏在藤蔓中以确安全，游客只能向单方面行走。