|1||DEPARTURE(✈) - FUKUOKA
- Check in Hotel
|Meal On Board|
|2||ARRIVAL - BEPPU
- Nara Toudaiji
- Deer Park
- Osaka Castle (outlook)
- Shinsaibashi Shopping Arcade
- Ku-Masamune Sake Brewery
- Kobe Harborland
|3||BEPPU - SAKURAJIMA - KAGOSHIMA - IBUSUKI
- Fushimi Inari Shrine
- Kyoto Kiyomizu Temple
- Nishijin Textile Centre (Kimono Show)
|Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner|
|4||IBUSUKI - UKIHA - FUKUOKA
- Oshino Hakkai
- Mt. Fuji 5th Station (subject to weather conditions)
|Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner|
- Sensoji (Asakusa Kanon Temple)
- Imperial Palace (Outlook)
- Ginza District
- Shinjuku Kabuki-cho
- Tenmaku Shopping Mall
|7||FUKUOKA(✈) - DEPARTURE
**Sequences of itinerary are subject to local arrangement**
|Breakfast, 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
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There is no lively shopping street and history, but it is a hot spring place that Japanese women yearn for. The place bears a variety of themed art galleries, small shops, dessert shops, cafés. Then, go to the dream-like Kinrin Lake.
Because of the hot springs, the temperature difference makes the lake hot and steamy. The fascinating misty mountains and waters is especially obvious in the morning.
Lago De Sangue Jigoku
Spring water temperate is 78 degrees. It is the well-known and oldest “hot spring” in Beppu, Japan. It is a spring with yellow water, like the sight of hell in imagination. This red colour is attributed to the high concentration of acidified iron in the water. Like a pool of tumbling plasma with a huge roar, Japanese Buddhists suggests that it comes from the rapids of the Nether Hell.
A ‘spout of hell’ features a boiling hot geyser which erupts every 30-40 minutes. A stone plate above the geyser hinders it to reach its full height.
Built in 1658, it was originally a villa of the 19th generation of the main island of Tsutsumi. The vast Jinjiang Bay is a pond with a garden and a towering Sakurajima in the distance. It is a rockery with artificial and natural harmony. The style of the garden is influenced by China. There is also the first gas lamp in Japan, the Crane Lantern, and the Ryukyu King.
It was said that there were more than 500 warriors who lived there. Known as “Satsuma Little Kyoto”, it is full of beautiful gardens and natural landscapes. It is built into the buildings of Wujiawu, and the neat stone walls and the trimmed trees are particularly powerful. The feeling is most famous for the seven houses here. Only one of them is rocky and has water in its landscapes. The other six are famous for their dry gardens. They are a must-see for those who love Japanese gardens!
Steam Sand Bath
Ibusuki is the largest hot spring town in South Kyushu. Japan’s only natural sand bath hot springs that has been open to visitors for over 300 years. The vapor from the ground gives the body a warm and gentle feeling. The fine sand covers the heat and the pressure, so its more effective than a general hot spring.
Daizaifu Tenmangu Shrine
The headquarters of the Tenmangu Shrine in all parts of Japan. Parents who have children studying during exam periods flock to the shrine to pray for the best results for their children. Tianmu Palace was planted with plum trees, plum cakes, plum tea and so on. The street in front of the Tenmangu Shrine sells a wide variety of accessories and famous snacks, and a unique Starbucks designed by renowned architect Kengo Kuma, will definitely keep you entertained and in awe.
The ancient capital of Yanagawa is the water town of Zeguo. The river is checkered in the urban area. A manpowered cruise ship trips down the city. It will make you feel like you’ve entered a portal back into the olden days as you feel the poetry of the ancient Japanese. When you take a boat along the old Yanagawa city canal, which is reflected in the weeping willows, you can enjoy the boating experience of the people back then as the boatman sings in the background. From the boat to the coastal scenery, the earthen wall warehouse built with red bricks and lime soil in the early 20th century is a relic of the Edo period.
Futamigaura Beach, Itoshima
They serve as the natural “Bird House” of the Jade God Shrine. The “Stone Gate” of the island is a natural rock under the Kanzaki Lampstand. It is a heart-shaped cave door that is sagging now due to the waves. It is usually hidden in the sea, and will only be revealed when the tide is low.
Uminonakamichi Seaside Park
A leisure facility with a variety of flowers from all seasons. No matter which season you visit, you can experience the unique charm of the sea.
It is a popular shrine in the Hakata area. Built in 757, a grand festival is held every year. There is also a ginkgo tree in the shrine called “Ginkgo Biloba”. It is said that the tree is 1000 years old. There is a large stone at the root of the gingko tree called “Mongolian Meteorite”, which is said to be above the Mongolian Ship. The origins of the stone is unknown, but it is now designated as a cultural property by Fukuoka.
Places of Interest:
Beppu: Yufuin, Lago De Sanguejigoku, Tatsumaki Jigoku
Kagoshima: Shiroyama Park Observation Deck, Sengan-En, Chiran House
Ibusuki: Steam Sand Bath
Ukiha: Ukiha Inari Shrine
Fukuoka: Uminonakamichi Seaside Park, Kushida Shrine, Futamigaura Beach, Itoshima, Nokonoshima Island, Kokinchan Ramen Street, Fukuoka Tower, Mifuneyama Rakuen, Tosu Premium Outlet, Canal City, Tenjin Shopping Street, Nakasu
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