大阪/ 关西/ 京都/ 岐阜/ 合掌村/ 高山/ 上高地/ 富士山/ 东京
- 京都伏见稻荷神社 Fushimi Inari Shrine
- 白川鄉合掌村落 Shirakawa Go Village
- 上三之町 Sanmachi Suji
- 新惠高缆车 Shin-Hotaka Ropeway
- 忍野八海 Oshino Hakkai
- 大涌谷 Owakudani
- 日式烧烤 BBQ flavor
- 飞驒牛肉风味 Hida Beef Set
No Tour Optional
No Shopping Stop
Assemble at KLIA for your flight to Osaka.
(If flying with ANA – 7D6N *Upon arrival ,check-in Kansai hotel. Day 2 include Breakfast)
Osaka Castle: Picture stop at the famous imposing castle, built in the year 1583 by Hideyoshi,
Kiyomizu-dera Temple: over a thousand years old and could almost be called an institution of Kyoto life.
Fushimi Inari Shrine: is the head shrine of Inari, located in Fushimi-ku. The shrine sits at the base of a mountain also named Inari which is 233 metres above sea level, and includes trails up the mountain to many
shrines which span 4 kilometers. Heading to Gifu.
Shirakawa Go Village: they are famous for their traditional gassho-zukuri farmhouses, some of which
are more than 250 years old. Gassho-zukuri means "constructed like hands in prayer", as the farmhouses' steep thatched roofs resemble the hands of Buddhist monks pressed together in prayer.
Takayama Jin'ya: is a surviving Edo period jin'ya which served as the government headquarters for Hida Province under the Tokugawa shogunate of Japan from 1692 to 1871
Sanmachi Suji: the old street of Takayama, are narrow and lined with stores selling traditional wares,
Kamikochi: is a remote mountainous highland valley within the Hida Mountains range, meanwhile we call
Taisho Pond (Taishoike): was formed in 1915, when an eruption of the nearby volcano Yakedake dammed
Azusa River. Decayed trees, standing in the pond, provide a special sight.
Kappa Bridge : is a suspension bridge over Azusa River in the center of Kamikochi, not far from the bus
terminal. Several hotels, restaurants and souvenir shops can be found around the bridge.
Shin-Hotaka 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, which includes Oku-Hotakedake, Japan's third highest peak (Subject to weather permits).
Oshino Hakkai: One of the eight scenic spots of Mount Fuji, famous for its springs.
Mt. Fuji National Park: It is a sleeping active volcano. (If the weather permits), you can climb up to the fifth
station station to see the beautiful scenery. (If the weather is not good, Hakone Peace Park will replace
Owakudani: Here you can see the spectacular volcanic activity up close, which is the most representative
landscape in Hakone.
Gotemba Brand Outlet: It is the largest discount shopping mall in Japan. In the shopping mall where
you can have a panoramic view of Mount Fuji, there are more than 210 well-known international and
domestic brands and large-scale direct sales business circles.
Ginza: The most expensive pedestrian street in Japan.
Asakusa Kannon Temple: Nakamise street , also known as Sensoji is a Buddhist temple located in Asakusa. It is one of Tokyo's most colorful and popular temples.
Meiji Shrine: Man-Made Forest in the Heart of Tokyo. This is a great place to enjoy a quiet walk and relax in
the shades of trees, especially if you get tired of the busy streets of Harajuku. It's surprising to know that the forest is man-made, and only about 100 years old.
Harajuku: Japan's famous "Street of young people," Harajuku Tokyo is a significant fashion and shopping region, famous for its Harajuku Girls and Harajuku fashion.
After breakfast, you will be transferred to Narita International airport for your flight home. Home Sweet Home !