6 Days 5 Nights The Best of Gifu Prefecture & Tokyo
All inclusive except Phil. Tax Travel PHP1620
Gifu is a large, beautiful prefecture in the center of honshu. Visit Shirakawa-go (Gifu’s main tourist attraction), a collection of small villages in the mountains and many more for as low as USD 1818!
Upon arrive at CHUBU international airport, meet and greet by our local guide, transfer to hotel with dinner stop. Overnight stay at : Nagoya Kokusai Hotel or similar class
After breakfast, Coach transfer to NAGOYA CASTLE – a Japanese castle located in Nagoya Central Japan. During the Edo period, Nagoya Castle was the centre of one of the most important castle towns in Japan. Follow by TOKI PREMIUM OUTLET MALL -180 outlet stores surrounded by breathtaking mountains, center location offers beautiful scenic views. Next visit the World-Famous Farmhouses SHIRAKAWA-GO – Declared a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1995, the historic village of Shirakawa-go are a must-visit for guests looking to marvel at these world-famous gassho-zukuri houses. While these villages are located in the mountains spanning Gifu Prefectures, last stop for today is TAKAYAMA JINYA – is a former government outpost that was established in order to bring the Hilda Province under the direct control of the Edo Bakufu (Shogunate). It was established in what is currently Hachicken-machi, Takayama City, Gifu Prefecture.
After breakfast, visit TAKAYAMA MORNING MARKET, one of the biggest morning markets in Japan. Sixty shops and stalls are open in approximately 350 meters. The stalls on river side sell vegetables, fruits, pickles and spices while shops on the other side sell Japanese sweets, crafts and souvenirs including sarubobo dolls and Ichii Itto-bori wooden carvings. Next tour to SHIN HOTAWA ROPEWAY – is one of Japan’s most unique ropeways. It has one of the largest elevation gains in the country as it climbs over 1000 meters up the side of the Hotake Mountain Range, the double decker gondola cars, the first of their kind in Japan, which offer excellent views of the Okuhida Region. After lunch visit DAIO WASABI FARM, one of Japan’s largest wasabi farms and a popular tourist destination. The farm has multiple large fields with a meticulously maintained networks of small streams that constantly provides each wasabi plant with clear. The farm has been attractively developed for tourists with walking trails between the fields. Within the farm stands the Daio Shrine, which enshrines the spirit of an ancient local hero, Hachimen Daio, after which the farm has been named and who is considered the farm’s protector.
Overnight stay at : Buenavista Matsumoto Hotel or similar
Today coach transfer from Matsumoto to MT. FUJI at 5th station, is accessible almost year round, snow conditions permitting, and is a popular sightseeing spot even outside of the climbing season. Follow by GOTEMBA PREMIUM OUTLETS, are Japan’s most popular outlet mall, located in Gotemba City at the base of Mount Fuji. The mall features over 200 stores along with a number of restaurants, a food court and a 50 meter high ferris wheel. The stores found at the Premium Outlets are the outlets of internationally known brands of fashion, sports, food, household goods and electronics, and range from everyday items to luxury goods.
Overnight stay at : Sunshine City Prince Hotel or similar
After breakfast free at your own leisure, join an optional tour or explore the city by yourself.
Overnight stay at : Sunshine City Prince Hotel or similar.
After breakfast, check out your hotel room and starts out Tokyo City tour visit ASAKUSA TEMPLE, The Buddhist temple is one of Tokyo’s most colorful and popular temples. Legend says that in the year 628, two brothers fished a statue of Kannon, the goddess of mercy, out of the Sumida River, and even though they put the statue back into the river, it always returned to them. Consequently, Sensoji was built nearby for the goddess of Kannon. The temple was completed in 645, making it Tokyo’s eldest temple. Next, go to NAKAMISE, the best place in Tokyo to buy souvenirs. Around 90 shops on the street to sell snacks and souvenirs to the throngs of domestic and international tourists who visit the area. There has been a tourist market here since the 17ty century. Many of the shops have been run by the same family for many generations. Last stop we will visit standing 333 meters high’s TOKYO TOWER, is the world’s tallest, self supported steel tower and the 13 meters taller tower is symbol of Japan’s post-war rebirth as a major economic power, transfer to airport for your flight back to Manila.
- 5 nights hotel accommodation with inside breakfast(4 star)
- Round trip airfare via PAL on economy class with two piece of baggage 23kgs/each
- Airline airport tax (Manila and Tokyo)
- Tours / entrance fee and meals as per itinerary
- Tour guide tipping
- Japan visa fee (for Filipino Citizen)
- Philippine Travel tax (PHP1,620.00)
- Personal Expenses
- A deposit of US$200 is required per person. Non refundable but deductible from total payable balance
- No refund for any unused portion of the package (airfare, meals, hotel, tours, etc.)
- Child 02 to 11 years old
- Child as twin – child with bed, sharing a room with 1 adult
- Child with extra bed – child with era bed, sharing a room with 2 adults
- Child no bed- child without bed, sharing a room with 2 adults
- Rates are valid Minimum 15 pax
Rates are subject to change without prior notice