|1||DEPARTURE(✈) - OSAKA
- Check in at Hotel
|Meal On Board|
|2||OSAKA - KYOTO - OSAKA
- Nagaoka Tenman-gu Shrine
- Fushimi Inari-Taisha
- Suntory Beer Factory
|Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner|
|3||OSAKA - KOBE - OSAKA
- Arima Onsen
- Kobe Fisherman's Wharf
- Kobe Kitaro Museum
|Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner|
- Free & Easy
|5||OSAKA(✈) - DEPARTURE
- Shinsaibashi Shopping Arcade
- American Village
- Rinku Town Outlet
|6||ARRIVAL||Meal On Board|
Tour itinerary are subject to change without any prior notice, any leaving tour without notice will be liable to additional charges
Itinerary & shopping stop is subject to guide arrangement/traffic
Flight D7 1: KUL/KIX (1400-2125)
Flight D7 2: KIX-KUL (2200-0400+1)
Nagaoka Tenman-gu Shrine
There are about 12,000 Tenjin (shrines) in japan. This specific Tenjin is located on the western edge of Kyoto, which originally belonged to Sugaware Michizane and was the last place to stay in Kyoto when he was betrayed politically and exiled. The quaint forest surrounding this shrine is calm and peaceful to wander through all year round.
Fushimi Inari Shrine 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.
Suntory Beer Factory (Free Beer Tasting)
Breweries offer factory tours, where you can see the process of beer production and also taste freshly produced beer> Gift shops offer products not found anywhere else, confectionaries made from beer and so on.
Built in the 8th century by the Buddhist monks from the sanatorium. It is one of Japan’s three famous hot springs, located in the northern part of Kobe City, Hyogo. The hot spring water contains quality rich minerals comprising about 2 times the concentration of sea salt, divided into spring like rust red water: “golden spring” and colourless transparent carbon spring water: “silver spring”
Kobe Harbour Land
A premier commercial and sightseeing destination on the site of the former Japan National Railways Minatogawa Cargo Station
Kobe Kitano Museum
Established as a place where foreigners could live and trade, the beautiful, well-designed streets look just like something from a story book.
Created by a group of young people who like American culture, mainly Western-style pop culture shops. The shops are full off personality and are electic.
Shinsaibashi Shopping Arcade
A commercial avenue stretching north and south for about 580 meters from the south of Nagahori-dori to Soemoncho-dori. Visitors to this street number about 60,000 on weekdays and about 120,000 on weekends and holidays.
Places of Interest:
Osaka: Shinsaibashi, American Village, Rinku Town Outlet
Nara: Suntory Beer Factory, Nagaoka Tenman-Gu Shrine, Fushimi Inari-Taisha
Kobe: Kitano Ijinkan, Fisherman’s Wharf Harbourland, Arima Onsen