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JAPAN KYUSHU ISLAND (7) DAYS TOUR(Visit : Fukuoka, Beppu, Takachiho, Kumamoto, Amasuka, and Nagasaki )
BINONDO : (02) 243-6666 TO 81 * ERMITA : (02) 536-1265, 536-1267, 523-1990 * MAKATI : (02) 810-8551 TO 54 * CEBU : (032) 254-0343
DAY 01 MANILA / FUKUOKA / BEPPU (D)
Assemble at the airport for your departure flight to Fukuoka ? the largest and industrial city on the southern island of Kyushu. It was the home of the samurai and today is the terminus of the famous Shinkansen Line bullet train from Tokyo, 730 miles (1,168km) away, Upon arrival at Fukuoka Airport, meet by our local representative and transfer to Beppu. Overnight stay at Beppuwan Royal Hotel or similar class. Japanese set dinner in hotel or similar .
DAY 02 BEPPU / TAKACHICO ? MT. ASO / KUMAMOTO (B/L/D)
Breakfast at the hotel. Morning sightseeing including of Beppu - the leading hot spring resort of Japan with as many as 104 public baths. In an excellent natural setting, 130,000 kiloliters of hot spring water (enough to fill 3,600 2 meters swimming pools) gushes out daily from approximately 2,700 sources scattered over an area of 50 square meters. The hot spring or onsen culture has became the everyday life of the Japanese people not just for bathing but for other purposes too. Never missed the bright red waters of Chi-no-lke Jigoku (Pool of blood Pit), so named because of the ferrous mineral deposits on the pool bed. Then transfer to Takachiho via Mt. Aso, one of the most famous active volcanoes in Japan. Lunch en-route. Upon arrival, visit Takachiho Gorge and Takachiho Shrine. The gorge is a narrow chasm cut through the rock by the Gokase River. The nearly sheer cliffs lining the gorge are made of slow forming volcanic basalt columns which resemble the scales of a dragon where the stone twisted and flowed as it formed. Partway along the gorge is the 17 meter high Minainotak Waterfall cascading down to the river below, and it is truly impressive to see the waterfall against a backdrop of dense green foliage and the surrounding grey cliffs. After the tour, transfer to Kumamoto. Dinner at local restaurant. Overnight stay at ANA Crown Plaza Kumamoto New Sky or similar class.
DAY 03 KUMAMOTO CITY TOUR / AMAKUSA (B/L/D)
Breakfast at the hotel. Morning begin with Kumamoto City tour including photo stop at Kumamoto Castle. It is considered one of the three premier castles in Japan, along with Himeji and Matsumoto built by the warrior Kiyomasa Kato about 400 years ago.
(Kumamoto Castle suffered serious damage in the earthquake of April 2016. Many roof tiles fell, foundations were damaged, walls crumbled and entire structures collapsed. The inner grounds will be closed to the public indefinitely until further notice. However, it is possible to look at the massive fortress from the outside. The city hopes to repair the main structure within three years, while the rest of the grounds are expected to require about 20 years to be
Next visit Josaien Shopping Street followed by lunch at local restaurant. After lunch, visit Suizenji Jojuen Park, a traditional Japanese Garden landscaped around a natural spring pond. The area was originally the site of Suizenji temple, constructed in 1632 by Lord Hosokawa Tadatoshi of Kumamoto. Following its closure, the third Lord Hosokawa Tsunatoshi built a garden on the site and named it ?Jojuen?. Constructed in the ?Momoyama style?, the garden recreates celebrated waterways and mountain landscape from the ?Tokai line?, one of the major travel route during the Edo Era. The beauty of this garden is not to be missed. Then transfer to Amakusa via ?Five Bridges of Amakusa? , these are five road bridges at the south tip of Japan, linking the Kyushu mainland (Kumamoto Prefecture) and the Amakusa Islands. The bridges connect to the islands of Ooyano-jima, Nagaura-jima, Ike-jima, and Maeshima, and were completed on September 24, 1966. Upon arrival, check in hotel. Deluxe set dinner or similar in hotel. Overnight stay at Amakusa Misakitei Hotel or similar class.
TOUR CONDITIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES
PACIFIC HOLIDAYS, its agent and offices and/or supplier of services pursuant to or in connections with each itinerary shall act only as agent of the tour members, in making arrangements for hotels, transportation, restaurants or any other services and do not assume any liability whatsoever for any injury, damages, loss, accident, or delay to person or property due to an act of default of any hotel, carrier, restaurant or company rendering any of the services included in the tour, or by force majeure. Furthermore, no responsibilit ies are accepted for any damage or delay due to sickness, pilferage, labor disputes, machinery breakdown, quarantine government restraints, weather or other causes beyond their personal control. No responsibility is accepted for any additional expenses, omissions, delays, rerouting, or other events resulting from improper health certificates or documents or acts of any government or authority. The right is reserved to refuse to retain any member of the group should circumstances so demand. In the event of unforeseen conditions, Pacific Holidays reserves the right to alter it ineraries; substitute scheduled sightseeing; lengthen or shorten itineraries, and in such cases, cost adjustment, higher or lower, will be fairly prorated. The right is reserved to substitute hotels for hotels in similar categories. Pacific Holidays reserves the right to cancel any tour prior to departure at which time the entire payment will be refunded without further obligation on the part of the Company. In canceling after a tour begins due to illness or other imperative reasons, Pacific Holidays will refund payment after deductions of all services rendered and surcharges imposed by hotels/ land portion and after deduction of refund charges of airlines. But there will be no refund for an absence of less than three nights or for missing occasional sightseeing or meals. Tour Members are held responsible for being in sufficient good health before undertaking the tour. The payment for a reservation on a tour shall constitute consent to all provisions in the Conditions List as published herein.
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DAY 04 AMASUKA ? DOLPHIN WATCHING / NAGASAKI (B/L/D)
Breakfast at the hotel. Morning transfer to the pier and proceed with our Dolphin watching cruise (1 hour). Set out the see the 300 bottlenose dolphins that love offshore of Amakusa. The dolphins are very friendly and come close to the boat to swim and play !.. Arrive Kuchinosu pier after the cruise and transfer to Nagasaki with lunch enroute at local restaurant. Upon arrival in Nagasaki, we begin our sightseeing including Oura Catholic Church, a church for French residents in 1864. This oldest Gothic Style wooden building in Japan was designated as a National Treasure. Next visit Glover Garden, built at the time when Nagasaki itself was playing a very important role as international seaport of Japan. Pierched on the Minamiyamate Hillside overlooking the harbor in Glover Garden, it is Nagasaki foremost tourist attraction. Glover house built in 1863, is the oldest remaining colonial style building in Japan. As the house and its surrounding are a reminiscent of Puccini's opera, it is also known as the ?Madame Butterfly House?. Dinner at local restaurant followed by night view of Mt. Inasayama. Check in hotel. Overnight at Hotel Nagasaki BW Premium Collection or similar class.
DAY 05 NAGASAKI / 99 ISLAND / FUKUOKA (B/L/D)
Breakfast at the hotel. Morning visit Nagasaki Peace Park, a park commemorating the atomic bombing of the city on August 9, 1945 during World War II. Next proceed for Kujukushima Islands (99 Islands) cruise followed by lunch at local restaurant. It is a part of the Saikai National Park. This stunning example of Japanese natural coastal beauty was used in a scene in the movie "The Last Samurai". Nestled in Saikai National Park?s 99 Islands Pearl Resort, Kujukushima Aquarium Umi-kirara houses sea life from the local underwater environment. Delve below the waves and gaze at schools of fish and gigantic rays dancing among the beautiful coral reefs. After the tour, coach transfer to Fukuoka. Buffet dinner in hotel or similar. Overnight stay at Hilton Fukuoka Sea Hawk or similar class.
DAY 06 FUKUOKA (B/D)
Breakfast at the hotel. Morning Fukuoka City Tour including visit to Kushida Shrine, located in the heart of Hakata near the Kawabata commercial district, it is often thought of by locals as the guardian temple of the city. Then we proceed to Tosu Outlet Mall for free time shopping. Lunch at own arrangement inside the mall. Afternoon we visit Dazaifu Temmangu Shrine. It was built in honor of Sugawara Michizane (The God of wisdom) and is often crowded with people, mainly praying to pass school entrance exams. The shrine is also the national headquarters for all Tenmangu shrines. On the shrine?s premises, there are a species of deciduous tree that is protected as a natural treasure, camphor trees, Japanese apricots, and irises. Visitors can enjoy the beautiful sceneries of the four seasons. Then we proceed to Tenjin Underground shopping Street, the largest underground shopping area in Kyushu. Dinner at local restaurant. Transfer back to hotel. Overnight in Hilton Fukuoka Sea Hawk Hotel or similar class.
DAY 07 FUKUOKA / MANILA (B)
Breakfast at the hotel. Check out from hotel and transfer to Canal City Hakata, built around an artificial canal which flows through its center and has a large scale shopping, entertainment, cinema complex and musical theater. Then transfer to airport for your departure flight back to Manila.
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Legend : B ? Breakfast L ? Lunch D ? Dinner
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