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Scheduled flights to Osaka, possibility of a stopover in an Asian city Jour 1 - London / Osaka
Scheduled flights to Osaka, possibility of a stopover in an Asian city
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Jour 1 - London / Osaka Scheduled flights to Osaka, possibility of a stopover in an Asian city

  • Leave London for Kansai International Airport-Osaka on a scheduled flight in economy class.
  • Night and meal on board.
  • Do not forget that it is entirely possible tostopover in Asia, Europe or the Middle East for one or more nights to spice things up, relax and discover a new destination, on the way there or on the way back.
  • Depending on your preferences, choose from our partner airlines:
    • Asiana via Seoul
    • Cathay Pacific via Hong Kong
    • Eva Air via Taipei
    • Finnair via Helsinki
    • Lufthansa via Frankfurt or Munich
Feudal castle and Korakuen garden Jour 2 – Osaka / Okayama

Jour 2 – Osaka / Okayama Feudal castle and Korakuen garden

  • Arrive at Kansai International Airport, which is on an artificial island.
  • You will be greeted by our English-speaking representative who will help you to better understand Japanese people’s favourite mode of transportation, the train, and will accompany you to Shin Osaka station. Your final destination is the town of Okayama.
  • Located on the edge of the Inland Sea, Okayama has many treasures for you to explore. These include Korakuen Garden, which is said to be one of the three most beautiful gardens in Japan, and an impressive feudal castle, U-jô, which is cloaked entirely in black.
  • Lunch and dinner at your leisure.
  • Spend the night in the 4* Superior Granvia Hotel in Okayama (or similar).
Visit Naoshima, a temple of l’modern art and spend the night in the Benesse House Jour 3 – Okayama / Ile de Naoshima

Jour 3 – Okayama / Ile de Naoshima Visit Naoshima, a temple of l’modern art and spend the night in the Benesse House

  • This morning, after having enjoyed breakfast in your hotel, a private car with chauffeur will drive you to Naoshima Island a one-hour boat ride from Okayama.
  • Naoshima is a small island in the Inland Sea, which became famous when renowned architect Tadao Ando selected it as the home of modern art en 1989.
  • Now a temple of modern art, Naoshima contains multiple sites: an open-air museum in the village, but also the Smarthu Art Museum, which opened in 2004, and the Art House Project which features a black art piece by American Artist James Turrell that shows that black is not a colour but an optical illusion.
  • You will have dinner and spend the night in the incomparable Benesse House hotel, which is also a work of art designed by Tadao Ando himself, showcasing works by some of the greatest artists of the 20th century.
  • Lunch at your leisure and dinner in Benesse House.
  • Spend the night in the 5* Benesse House hotel-museum in Naoshima.
Shikoku’s Shinto shrine: Kompira-san, Kabuki theatre and Ritsurin Park Jour 4 – Kotohira / Takamatsu

Jour 4 – Kotohira / Takamatsu Shikoku’s Shinto shrine: Kompira-san, Kabuki theatre and Ritsurin Park

  • Still at your disposal, your private car will accompany you as you cross the Inland Sea once again and will take you to the town of Takamatsu on Shikoku Island.
  • During the journey, you will stop off in the small town of Kotohira famous as the home of one of the most famous Shinto shrines in Shikoku: Kompira-san.
  • Then, follow in the steps of Kukai, the founder of the Shingon sect, the only sect to believe it is possible to reach spiritual enlightenment during life. Kukai was inspired to walk through Shikoku and found the 88 temples that are now part of the 88 Temples Pilgrimage.
  • Discover temple number 75, Zentsu-ji, the most famous of the 88 Temples as it is the birthplace of Kukai in 774 and the place where he grew up.
  • A few steps from there, you can also visit the oldest Kabuki theatre in Japan, the Kanamura-za, a beautiful wooden building, which was built in 1835.
  • In the afternoon, discover the town of Takamatsu and its lovely landscape garden: Ritsurin Park.
  • You will have dinner and spend the night in a Japanese-style room in a modern hotel, where you can experience sleeping on futons and tatami mats..
  • Lunch and dinner at your leisure at the hotel.
  • Spend the night in the 4* Ana Hotel Clement in Takamatsu (or similar).
Go hiking in the countryside and take the ropeway to the top of Mount Kankakei Jour 5 – Shodo Shima Island

Jour 5 – Shodo Shima Island Go hiking in the countryside and take the ropeway to the top of Mount Kankakei

  • Today, you will head off to Shodo shima Island, a 1-hour ferry trip from Takamatsu, for a relaxing hike through the Japanese countryside.
  • Take the time to admire the fields of olive trees and the amazing terraced rice fields that are reminiscent of the landscapes of Bali.
  • Do not forget to sample local delicacies during lunch: sômen noodles and soy sauce produced locally.
  • The island is also famous for its 88 temples that make an easier pilgrimage route than the one in Shikoku.
  • Finally, take the ropeway to the top of Mount Kankakei, where you can admire a beautiful view of the Inland Sea.
  • Have lunch and dinner at your leisure in your ryokan.
  • Spend the night in the 4* Ana Hotel Clement in Takamatsu (or similar).
Naruto Whirlpools and Ryôzen-ji temple Jour 6 – Takamatsu

Jour 6 – Takamatsu Naruto Whirlpools and Ryôzen-ji temple

  • In the early morning, take the train for the town of Tokushima, in the eastern part of Shikoku.
  • At the station, you will be met by a car that will drive you to the famous Naruto Whirlpools. Every time the tide comes in, strong whirlpools are created in the straits separating Shikoku from Awaji Shima Island. You can observe them from a specially designed footbridge.
  • You can also visit Ryôzen-ji temple, the first official stop on the 88 Temples Pilgrimage trail.
  • In the afternoon, after you have returned to Takamatsu, visit Yashima-ji temple, which is a thirty-minute train ride from Takamatsu. The 84th temple on the pilgrimage, it is located on the top of the volcanic shelf of Yashima.
  • Have lunch and dinner at your leisure in your ryokan.
  • Spend the night in the 4* Ana Hotel Clement in Takamatsu (or similar).
Matsuyama-jô Castle and Dôgo Onsen Honkan Jour 7 – Matsuyama

Jour 7 – Matsuyama Matsuyama-jô Castle and Dôgo Onsen Honkan

  • This morning, discover the western part of Shikoku, as you head to the largest city on the island: Matsuyama, a two and a half hour trip by train.
  • Visit Matsuyama-jô Castle, the pride of the city, which provides an amazing view of the sea from the top floor.
  • On the way back, you can visit the Ninomaru Shiseki Teien garden.
  • Do not forget to relax in the Dôgo Onsen Honkan the most famous bathhouse in Japan.
  • Do not miss out on visiting Yûshinden, a bath specially designed for the Imperial family, which was built in 1894. Enjoy the beauty of the scenery and experience a bath or a spa treatment in this amazing building that inspired Hayao Miyazaki for his famous anime feature: Spirited Away.
  • In the evening, enjoy dinner and spend the night in your hotel, which offers many indoor and outdoor Japanese baths where you can relax and unwind after a day of sightseeing.
  • Lunch and dinner at your leisure at the hotel.
  • Spend the night in the 4* Kowakuen Hotel in Matsuyama (or similar).
Kabuki theatre, cormorant fishing, Ozu-jô Castle and Garyû sansô Villa Jour 8 – Uchiko

Jour 8 – Uchiko Kabuki theatre, cormorant fishing, Ozu-jô Castle and Garyû sansô Villa

  • After breakfast, you will leave the city of Matsuyama and move away from the coast to discover the scenery inland.
  • The first step on the trail is the small town of Uchiko, a thirty-minute train ride from Matsuyama.
  • Start by visiting the town’s Kabuki theatre and observe the mechanism of its very original revolving stage.
  • Continue your visit by the museum of commerce and lifestyle which is located in a former pharmacy: the different exhibits are presented by wax mannequins who start speaking when visitors approach them.
  • Finally, stroll along Yôkaichi street and admire the luxurious wooden houses built by the rich merchants of the town.
  • In the afternoon, visit the small neighbourhing town of Ozu, famous for its cormorant fishing that takes place on Hiji Kawa river from the 1st of June to the 20th of September.
  • Then discover Ozu-jô Castle as well as Garyû sansô Villa, the local lord’s secondary residence . At the bottom of the garden, admire the pavilion, which is partly held up by a tree.
  • Spend the night in Uchiko in the Takahashi-tei residence, a wonderful traditional house, which was transformed into a museum. If the house is not available, you will sleep and have dinner at Matsunoya Ryokan, a traditional Japanese guesthouse.
  • Lunch and dinner at your leisure at the hotel.
  • Spend the night in the 4* Takahashi-tei residence or the 4* Matsunoya Ryokan in Uchiko (or similar).
Stroll along the river Suka, visit Kongôfuku-ji temple and enjoy hot baths Jour 9 – Uwajima / Cape Ashizuri

Jour 9 – Uwajima / Cape Ashizuri Stroll along the river Suka, visit Kongôfuku-ji temple and enjoy hot baths

  • You will take the train to the small town of Uwajima, fifty minutes from Uchiko. It is famous for its bullfights and Uwajima-jô Castle, dating from 1596, which is one of the twelve fortresses in Japan to still be in its original condition.
  • Take the time to stroll along Suka river, and see the many temples and shrines that line its banks, including Warei-jinja, famous for the stone torii that stands at its gates and is one of the biggest in Japan .
  • Once you have finished visiting the town, your private car will take you to Cape Ashizuri on the southern part of Shikoku Island.
  • A delightful stroll along the coast will take you to Kongôfuku-ji temple , the 38th temple on the pilgrimage trail. You will then return to your hotel near the small town of Nakamura, Shimanto Iyashi no Sato.
  • Located in the countryside, Shimanto Iyashi no Sato Hotel, where you will be staying, is entirely built from environmentally friendly materials.
  • You can enjoy the indoor and outdoor hot baths in sea water as well as the nearby golf course.
  • Lunch and dinner at your leisure at the hotel.
  • Spend the night in the 4* Shimanto Iyashi no Sato Hotel in Nakamura (or similar).
Cruise on the river Shimanto and white sand beach of Tomarotto Jour 10 – Shimanto

Jour 10 – Shimanto Cruise on the river Shimanto and white sand beach of Tomarotto

  • Your relaxing trip to the countryside continues as you spend the day discovering the surroundings of the small town of Nakamura that provides many different activities: explore the banks of Shimanto River, the only river in Japan with no dams or paved banks.
  • It is possible to wander along the river over a few kilometres on foot or by bike.
  • Have lunch during a cruise on the river (included).
  • In the afternoon, you can choose among different activities in the region: 15 minutes from Nakamura station by bus, visit a dragonfly park where you can see over 3,000 different species.
  • If you are a surf enthusiast, the white sand beach of Tomarotto is a famous surfing spot.
  • In the evening, return to Shimanto Iyashi no Sato Hotel where you will have dinner.
  • Have lunch during a cruise on the river Shimanto and dinner in your hotel.
  • Spend the night in the 4* Shimanto Iyashi no Sato Hotel in Nakamura (or similar).
Whale-watching, Kôchi-jô Castle and Ryûga-dô Cave Jour 11 – Kôchi

Jour 11 – Kôchi Whale-watching, Kôchi-jô Castle and Ryûga-dô Cave

  • In the morning, leave for the town of Kôchi, 1 hour and 40 minutes by train.
    Your private car will meet you at the station and take you to the small town of Katsurahama.
  • From there, you will take a boat to go whale-watching on tours organised by local fishermen (this trip is only possible from April to November, while these amazing mammals are near the coast of Shikoku).
  • In the afternoon, do not miss out on visitingKôchi-jô Castle, which dates back to the 17th century.
  • If you are there on a Sunday, walk around the market stalls set up at the foot of the castle, Thet sell fresh fish and vegetables that you can enjoy on site.
  • If you are a great admirer of Chagall, you will enjoy Kôchi Prefectural Art Museum, which owns one of the best collections of the artist’s works in the world.
  • Finally, if you are feeling adventurous, explore Ryûga-dô Cave. It is millions of years old and houses some wonderful stalactites and stalagmites.
  • You can also book an “adventure trail”: you will conduct a two-hour exploration of the cave using the same method as speleologists, crawling through narrow tunnels!
  • In the evening, have dinner in Kôchi at your leisure: this will give you an opportunity to sample local delicacies. After this, you will return to Jyosei-kan, where you will be staying. This lovely ryokan offers Western and Japanese-style rooms.
  • Lunch and dinner at your leisure in Kôchi.
  • Spend the night in the 4* Jyosei-kan Ryokan in Kochi (or similar).
Gorges of Oboke, Iya Onsen and lunch in Chiiori, an environmentally friendly farm Jour 12 – Iya Valley

Jour 12 – Iya Valley Gorges of Oboke, Iya Onsen and lunch in Chiiori, an environmentally friendly farm

  • Today, you will venture inland, into the heart of Shikoku.
  • In a private car, you will drive to the Gorges of Oboke, in the Iya Valley, in the centre of Shikoku Island. Admire the spectacular rocky precipices created by the river!
  • It is possible to organise white water rafting on the river (advance reservation necessary: plan half a day).
  • Ten kilometres (about 6 miles) from Iya guchi, you can choose to stop off in Iya Onsen, a hot spring just along the river in which you can swim.
  • You will then be taken to Nishi Iya village where you will find Kazura Bashi, the famous bridge made with woven vines and bamboo, in the typical 12th century style.
  • A little further on, you can admire another amazing, charming bridge built in the same style: Fufu Bashi.
  • You will then discover Higashi Iya Ochiai village where the local villagers have tried to preserve their traditional way of living.
  • Optional activity — Have lunch in Chiiori, an 18th century environmentally friendly farm with a thatched roof, which was restored as part of a project to conserve and promote rural Japanese heritage. Chiiori works like a self-catering cottage and encourages guests to take part in community activities with the local villagers with whom you will share a meal. This is a unique opportunity to understand the daily life of the Japanese people who live in this remote region.
  • Spend the night in the 4* Kazurabashi Hotel which offers hot indoor and outdoor baths that you can enjoy during your last night in Shikoku.
  • Lunch at your leisure or in Chiiori and dinner in your hotel.
  • Spend the night in the 4* Kazurabashi Hotel in the Iya Valley (or similar).
Castle, Park, Umeda and Dotonbori districts Jour 13 – Osaka

Jour 13 – Osaka Castle, Park, Umeda and Dotonbori districts

  • This morning, you will leave Shikoku Island for Osaka (3 hours by train). In Osaka, you can visit the castle and its beautiful park.
  • Get a taste of the charms of the third largest city in Japan by admiring the view from the top of the Umeda Sky Building, the most modern building in Osaka.
  • In the evening, make the most of your last evening in Japan by walking around the lively districts of Namba and Dotonbori where the neon lights shine brightly.
  • You can sample the local speciality, Okonomiyaki, in one of the many little restaurants. It is a delicious cross between a pancake and an omelette to which you can add fish, seafood, meat or vegetables.
  • Lunch and dinner at your leisure.
  • Spend the night in the 4* Granvia Osaka Hotel (or similar).
Back to UK Jour 14 - Osaka / London
Back to UK
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Jour 14 - Osaka / London Back to UK

  • The day of departure has come
  • You will be taken to Kansai International Airport-Osaka to take a scheduled flight back to London.

Activités du voyage

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Un condensé d'activités pour agrémenter votre voyage et vous laisser des souvenirs inoubliables. N'hésitez pas à consulter nos spécialistes pour plus d'informations !

Activities included

Visit Naoshima Island and spend the night in the Benesse House

Visit Naoshima Island and spend the night in the Benesse House

Visit Naoshima Island and spend the night in the Benesse House

Discover the island of Naoshima, an experiment in showing modern art indoors and outdoors. As you wander around the island, discover the different places exhibiting art works, whether it be paintings, sculptures or conceptual architecture. Finally, you will stay the night in the Benesse House, an environmentally friendly hotel-museum designed by Japanese architect Tadao Ando.

Visit the towns of Takamatsu, Itano, Iya, Kotohira and Matsuyama

Visit the towns of Takamatsu, Itano, Iya, Kotohira and Matsuyama

Visit the towns of Takamatsu, Itano, Iya, Kotohira and Matsuyama

On this tour, you will have the opportunity to visit many iconic places as well as the most beautiful monuments of the towns of Shikoku. This will offer you a glimpse of the original culture that developed on the island. Shikoku Island also has a strong religious background since it is the birthplace of Kukai, the monk who founded Mount Koya, as well as the 88 temples on the pilgrimage path. You will also have the opportunity to admire the natural beauties of the inland sea and Iya Valley and enjoy hot baths in the most famous spa resort in Japan: Dôgô Onsen.

Cruise on the river Shimanto

Cruise on the river Shimanto

Cruise on the river Shimanto

In an untamed wilderness in the south of Shikoku flows the only river in Japan where the banks are not paved. In this lush natural setting, you will enjoy a leisurely river cruise offering a wonderful view of the region’s unspoiled scenery. During this pleasant cruise, you will sample local delicacies for lunch.

Activities recommendation

Whale-watching in Katsurahama

Whale-watching in Katsurahama

Whale-watching in Katsurahama

Board a boat in the small village of Katsurahama for a spot of whale watching. These beautiful, rare mammals come close to the shores of Shikoku between April and October. A wonderful sea excursion that allows you to breathe in the sea air while taking in the amazing view! Do not forget to bring your cameras!

Visit the environmentally friendly farm of Chiiori

Visit the environmentally friendly farm of Chiiori

Visit the environmentally friendly farm of Chiiori

The Chiiori farm is located in the heart of the Iya Valley. Dating back to the 17th century, this beautiful traditional building was restored in order to preserve the region’s specific architectural style. A testimonial of the past and ancestral way of living in rural Japan, Chiiori opens its doors to you to introduce you to daily life in rural Japan, in the heart of the Iya Valley. You will share your meals with the locals who will show you certain local crafts. This visit will take you back in time as part of a project aiming to preserve this rich, atypical heritage.

Hôtels de ce voyage

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Hotels included

Granvia - Osaka

Hotel Osaka

Granvia - Osaka

Located in the centre of Osaka, in the Umeda district, a few minutes away from JR Osaka station, the 4* Granvia Hotel offers Western-style rooms with a simple, refined decor. All the rooms are equipped with television, mini-bar and coffee/tea service. The hotel houses ten restaurants that serve international and Japanese cuisine in a refined, richly decorated setting. It also offers many leisure amenities: an indoor swimming pool, a mini-golf course and a tennis court.

Ana Hotel Clement - Takamatsu

Hotel Takamatsu

Ana Hotel Clement - Takamatsu

In the town centre, literally a minute's walk from JR Takamatsu station, the 4* Ana Hotel Clement offers a panoramic view of the town of Takamatsu and the inland sea. Modern and functional, the hotel offers the choice of five restaurants serving Japanese and international cuisine. The seafood restaurant is particularly renowned. All the rooms are equipped with television, mini-bar, coffee/tea service and safe. Among other amenities, you will find boutiques, a bureau de change, a beauty salon and a laundry service.

Ryokan Kazurabashi - Iya Valley

Hotel Iya Valley

Ryokan Kazurabashi - Iya Valley

Located in the heart of the Iya Valley, the 4* Kazurabashi ryokan offers 26 Japanese-style rooms all equipped with mini-bar, television, refrigerator and tea/coffee service. You can relax in the indoor and outdoor hot baths, which we highly recommend as they offer an amazing viewpoint from which to enjoy the beautiful panorama of the surrounding hills ! Your Japanese-style meal with many different dishes will be served in your room.

Granvia - Okayama

Hotel Okayama

Granvia - Okayama

Strategically located a few minutes’ walk from JR Okayama station, the 4* Granvia Okayama hotel has 328 rooms with a modern decor and warm colours conducive to a state of relaxation. The hotel also offers access to an indoor swimming pool, a sauna, a jacuzzi and a fitness centre (for a small additional charge of 1,200 yen – about 10 GBP). You will also find many bars and restaurants: two serving Japanese cuisine, one serving Chinese cuisine and one serving French cuisine.

Benesse House - Naoshima

Hotel Ile de Naoshima

Benesse House - Naoshima

Opened in 1992, Benesse House is not just an exceptional hotel. It is, above all, a project initiated by the famous Japanese architect Tadao Ando. The idea was to design a conceptual building – using noble, environmentally friendly materials such as wood – that would blend in perfectly with the nature around it and would house a modern art museum. Benesse House also receives a small number of eminent guests that you may be a part of. The rooms overlook a vast park or the sea. They all have a different decor but emphasize their spaciousness with a simple, light design and furniture with understated colours. Apart from its exceptional setting, Benesse House offers a gourmet restaurant as well as a relaxation area with swimming pool and spa, providing different treatments such as Thalassotherapy and Aromatherapy.

Kowakuen - Matsuyama

Hotel Matsuyama

Kowakuen - Matsuyama

The 4* Kowakuen hotel has a modern façade and is located a few minutes away from Dôgô Onsen, the most famous bathhouse in Japan. It offers traditional Japanese-style rooms. You will thus be able to try out typical Japanese beds - futons - in a comfortable manner! The 4* Kowakuen hotel offers many indoor and outdoor hot baths that you can enjoy in the evening: you are guaranteed to feel relaxed afterwards! Your meal will be served in your room; the hotel’s specialty is seafood and fresh fish. A delight for the taste buds!

Takahashi-Tei Residence - Uchiko

Hotel Uchiko

Takahashi-Tei Residence - Uchiko

Located in the heart of the small town of Uchiko, Takahashi-tei Residence is a magnificently preserved traditional Japanese house that has been turned into a museum. You will thus be able to spend the night in an authentic, historical Japanese house in a room with tatami mats and a sliding door made of rice paper! This is a true cultural discovery and an unforgettable experience!

Shimanto Iyashi no Sato - Nakamura

Hotel

Shimanto Iyashi no Sato - Nakamura

Secluded on a small hill, a 15-minute drive from Nakamura station, the 4* Shimanto Iyashi no Sato ecolodge is built entirely of environmentally safe materials and blends in perfectly with its natural surroundings. With 26 rooms, this hotel offers indoor and outdoor hot baths in salt water, recommended for their medicinal properties, as well as a sauna. You will have the opportunity to sample seasonal Japanese cuisine at dinner. For those who enjoy golf, this is the ideal spot since the hotel is only a few minutes away from a renowned golf course.

Ryokan Jyosei-kan - Kochi

Hotel Kôchi

Ryokan Jyosei-kan - Kochi

Built in the seventh year of the Meiji period (1874), the 4*Superior Jyosei-kan ryokan welcomes you to its historical setting, in an old building with a refined, cosy decor. You will spend the night in a beautiful Japanese-style room where you will sleep on a futon and tatami mats. You can relax in its indoor and outdoor hot baths, on the roof of the building, as much as you like.

Chiiori Ecolodge - Iya Valley

Hotel Iya Valley

Chiiori Ecolodge - Iya Valley

Spend the night in Chiiori, an 18th century environmentally friendly farm with a thatched roof that was restored as part of a project to conserve and promote rural Japanese heritage. Chiiori works like a self-catering cottage and encourages guests to take part in community activities with the local villagers, such as preparing a barbecue meal and then sharing it together! This is a real foray into the daily life of the Japanese people who live in this remote region - it is perfect to better understand traditional Japanese customs.

Bon à savoir

Additional Information

  • Hotels and meals
    • If a hotel mentioned in the program is not available, a hotel in a similar category will be booked.
    • The visits mentioned in this program are merely suggestions. Of course, you can allocate your free time as you wish and visit other towns near Tokyo and Kyoto apart from those mentioned in the itinerary.
    • Most of the lunches and dinners in this tour are at your leisure to allow you can appreciate the diversity of Japanese cuisine according to your tastes and wishes. Please note that it is very easy to find food in Japan as there are many little restaurants offering a wide variety of dishes. Furthermore, simple, filling meals are inexpensive. Bon appetit!
  • Climate
    • Are you coming to Japan in winter?
      Bring warm clothes as the winter temperatures in Tokyo are similar to those in Paris.
      If you are travelling to the north of Japan in winter, to the west coast or to the Japanese Alps, bring clothes adapted to extreme temperatures since cold winds from Siberia often blow over Japan!
      A real Northern experience!
    • Are you going to Japan in summer?
      Please note that the weather will be very hot and humid! Pack your summer clothes but do not forget to bring an umbrella, especially in June and September, as well as warmer clothes for the cool evenings or for the north of Japan. Do not forget your sunglasses, hats and swimming costumes!
    • Are you going to Japan during the intermediary seasons: spring and autumn?
      Do not hesitate to bring summer clothes (shorts, swimming costumes, T-shirts, light shoes) as well as winter clothes (umbrella, jeans, jumpers, jackets and closed shoes) as the temperatures are mild in the south of Japan but cooler in Tokyo and the north.
    • Are you stopping off in Asia on the way there or on the way back?
      In this case, to avoid standing out in Hong Kong in your ski-suit or winter jacket, pack T-shirts, shorts and light shoes.
  • International flights and stopovers in Asia

    Depending on the period of travel, we have purposely calculated our prices with one of the partner airlines mentioned below so that you can always enjoy the best possible prices.
    As soon as you ask us for a quote, we will select the cheapest company by default (depending on your dates of travel).
    However, if you would prefer to fly with a specific partner airline or if you would like to stop over in a specific Asian city (among those mentioned below), please let us know!
    Please note that the price will be adjusted accordingly.

    • Our partner airlines, which offer flights to and from Tokyo and Osaka:
      • Asiana via Seoul
      • Air France (nonstop flights)
      • Cathay Pacific via Hong Kong
      • Eva Air via Taipei
      • Finnair via Helsinki
      • Lufthansa via Frankfurt or Munich
    • Stopovers in Asia, Europe or the Middle-East, base price for 1 night, in a double room :
      • Hong Kong, 3* Hotel + transfers + breakfast : from 45€ (about 37 GBP) per person
      • Seoul, 3* Hotel + transfer + breakfast : from 60€ (about 50 GBP) per person
      • Taiwan, 3* Hotel + transfer + breakfast : from 60€ (about 50 GBP) per person
      • Europe, 3* Hotel + transfer + breakfast : from 90€ (about 74 GBP) per person

Prix du Voyage

Le prix comprend

  • International flights LONDON / OSAKA / LONDON on scheduled flights in economy class
  • Airport taxes (including fuel surcharge) and the Solidarity Tax
  • 12 nights’ accommodation in a standard double room in the 4* Superior hotels or high-quality ryokan mentioned in the itinerary and one night in the modern art Benesse House Hotel-Museum in Naoshima. If one of these hotels is not available, similar quality accommodation will be booked
  • Meals: half-board with breakfasts and dinners except 2 dinners at your leisure in Kôchi and Osaka
  • Lunch on the cruise in Nakamura (Day 10)
  • All transfers in a private car with chauffeur, as mentioned in the itinerary
  • Train rides, with second-class bookings, as stated in the itinerary
  • Ferry rides for the islands of Naoshima and Shodo Shima
  • Visits mentioned in the programme including entry fees
  • The services of an English-speaking assistant on Day 2 to meet you at the airport and take you to Shin-Osaka Station
  • Activities and trips mentioned in the itinerary

Le prix ne comprend pas

  • Insurance
  • Personal expenses
  • Drinks and meals not included in the programme
  • Activities not included in the programme
  • Entry fees for places of interest that must be paid on the premises
  • Stopover in Asia or Europe (optional)

* prix à partir de sur une base 2 personnes

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