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  Luxury Escapes 2020 Tokyo – Okayama – Naoshima – Hiroshima – Kyoto Introducing 10 Days 9 Nights luxury Japan Tour. This is the small group tour limited to 18 guests, and the upgraded version of Luxury Escapes 2019. The tour will give you the special experience by staying in luxury accommodation, joining traditional cultural programs, and traveling with your fellows! The highlights of this tour is the...

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This is an ultimate Golden Route tour to travel around vibrant Tokyo, relaxing hot spring resort Hakone, cultural Kyoto, Hiroshima filled with peace and hope, and energetic Osaka. The tour will give you the special experience by staying in luxury accommodation, joining traditional cultural programs, and traveling with your fellows! The highlight of this tour is the special visit to Myoshinji Temple in Kyoto where you enjoy Buddhist...

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Starting our Spring trip to Okinawa and Kyushu! ANA flight was comfortable, great service and great choices of movies and it’s free! Naha Airport was nicely decorated with orchid flowers, after short ride to our hotel in the city, we all just crushed after long flight from Honolulu. 3/19/2017 Sightseeing start with big “CHURAUMI AQUARIUM”.  Also we enjoyed dolphin show although it was very crowded. Lunch was...

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Resting in the holy mountain island of Miyajima the Daishoin Temple is just at the base of the mountain, surrounded by beautiful trees. Miyajima Island is most well-known for UNESCO World Heritage Site, Itsukushima Shrine and the “Floating” Torii Gates, which appear to float in the water during high tide. Daishoin Temple is a hidden gem in the emerald green sea of maple trees. This quaint shrine was established in 806, the first year...

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Okunoshima is an island once used as a fishing village, hidden in plain sight and selected for its defensive location by the Japanese military; it has since been re-purposed, but is a great site for sight seeing, as it has a beautiful landscape, view, tons of rabbits, and urban decay.  So what is it like going to Okunoshima? See what Chris from You Should Visit Japan has to say below! When 日本人 in America ask me where I have been in...

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Tomonoura is a cozy port town you’ll find in the bay of the Seto Inland Sea within the Hiroshima prefecture. A part of the Setonaikai National park, Tomonoura is about two hours away from Hiroshima city; remaining largely untouched by time since its establishment, Tomonoura is quite the hidden gem. Much like many of the towns built during the construction of the railroads in the United States, like Yermo in California, you’ll find a...

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