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MAKE THEIR DREAMS A REALITY


Hidden Gems of Japan 13 nights from £9,250 p.p.


TOUR HIGHLIGHTS


• Explore the beautiful Koishikawa Korakuen and Shinjuku Gyoen gardens, as well as the ritzy Omotsesando district in Tokyo.


• Stay in a traditional Japanese ryokan amid the Northern Alps, bathing in the natural hot spring onsen.


• The tour of cultural Kanazawa includes a visit to the gorgeous Kenroku-en garden and the wonderfully preserved Higashi Chaya geisha district.


Discover the diversity of Japan with a variety of experiences and excursions. Heading to the city, mountains and coast on this private tour and sample everything from bathing in natural hot springs to wine-tasting in the Northern Alps.


DAY 1-2 | FLY TO TOKYO DAY 2-4 | TOKYO DAY 4-6 | MATSUMOTO DAY 6-8 | ISHIKAWA DAY 8-9 | KYOTO


DAY 9-10 | SAKURAI


DAY 10-12 | AGO BAY DAY 12-13 | TOKYO DAY 13-14 | FLY TO THE UK


JOURNEYS + EXPERIENCES 2019/20 BROCHURE


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The volcanic soils of the Shinshu region are


great for grape growing. Pay a visit to the highly


regarded Yamabe Winery, enjoying an engaging tour of the fermentation room, wine cellar and bottling room. Taste the wine,


before a delicious lunch in the winery’s restaurant – cooked using the wine!


AUTHENTIC EXPERIENCE


To order a brochure, request a quote or to make a booking, please contact our dedicated agency team on 01244 897 666 or email our team:


JON HARDCASTLE Head of Agency Sales jon.hardcastle@elegantresorts.co.uk


TIM MALONEY Business Development Executive tim.maloney@elegantresorts.co.uk


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