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Your private car with chauffeur Jour 1 - London / Aomori
Your private car with chauffeur
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Jour 1 - London / Aomori Your private car with chauffeur

  • Leave London for Aomori airport on a scheduled flight in economy class.
  • Night and meal on board.
Arrive at Sapporo airport and the small town of Aomori, transfer to the hotel Jour 2 – Aomori

Jour 2 – Aomori Arrive at Sapporo airport and the small town of Aomori, transfer to the hotel

  • Arrive at Sapporo airport and the small town of Aomori, in the northern part of Honshû Island.
  • You will be greeted by your private car with chauffeur, who will drive you to your hotel.
  • Settle in and relax in your hotel room.
  • Lunch during the flight and dinner at your leisure.
  • Spend the night in the 3* Aomori Hotel in Aomori (or similar).
Mount Ozore-zan, Bodai-ji temple, volcanic lake of Usori-yama and Yaen Park Jour 3 – Shimokita Peninsula

Jour 3 – Shimokita Peninsula Mount Ozore-zan, Bodai-ji temple, volcanic lake of Usori-yama and Yaen Park

  • This morning, after having enjoyed breakfast in your hotel, you will get to know the most popular mode of transport in Japan – the train –, which you will take from Aomori to Shimokita Peninsula.
  • Upon arrival at Shimokita station, your private car will take you to Mount Ozore-zan, one of the three sacred mountains for Japanese spirituality. In a dry, lunar-like landscape, you will enter the mystical atmosphere of a troubling world, a frontier with the world of the dead.
  • You will discover Bodai-ji temple, then follow the path on the left hand side of the temple all the way to a strange volcanic landscape wreathed in fumaroles.
  • After this, you will go to see the volcanic lake of Usori-yama, which is so acid that aquatic life can no longer thrive. On the banks, pilgrims come to burn incense and leave offerings for the dead.
  • Next, you will visit Yaen Park, where you can see many wild monkeys that happen to be the northernmost monkeys in the world.
  • In the evening, your private car will take you to the small village of Mutsu, in the centre of the peninsula, where you will stay the night.
  • Lunch and dinner at your leisure at the hotel.
  • Spend the night in the 3* Unisite Hotel in Mutsu (or similar).
Ferry for Aomori, Chôsô-ji, Hirosaki-Koen Park Jour 4 – Shimokita Peninsula

Jour 4 – Shimokita Peninsula Ferry for Aomori, Chôsô-ji, Hirosaki-Koen Park

  • You will reach the Hotokegaura needles, cliffs stretching over 3 km, which offer an amazing view of the sea.
  • Then, you will stroll around the lovely little port of Wakinosawa. Next, you will take the ferry for a one-hour cruise before you return to Aomori!
  • Admire the northern coasts of Japan from the sea and enjoy the beautiful scenery
  • Once you have arrived in Aomori, you will take the train to the town of Hirosaki, thirty minutes away, the former stronghold of the Tsugaru clan that used to be the largest cultural and artistic centre in the North of Honshû.
  • Do not miss the beautiful park of Hirosaki Koen where you can see the former site of the castle.
  • You can also visit the mausoleum of the Tsugaru clan, Chôsô-ji, dating from 1610, which houses 500 small statues of Buddha’s disciples, as well as the mummy of Prince Tsugutomi , which was discovered in 1954.
  • Lunch and dinner at your leisure.
  • Spend the night in the 3* Superior Best Western Hotel New City in Hirosaki (or similar).
Sannai Maruyama Archeological Site, Lake Towada and Oraise Gorge Jour 5 – Aomori

Jour 5 – Aomori Sannai Maruyama Archeological Site, Lake Towada and Oraise Gorge

  • This morning, your private car will take you for a day of sightseeing in the Aomori region, which houses, among other treasures, Sannai Maruyama, the most important site of the Jômon people in Japan. They used to live there 3,500 years ago.
  • Since excavations started in 1950, the remains of over 800 houses have been uncovered. The objects on display – jewellery, vasesand figurines – provide a picture of daily life at the time and of the relationship between the different people of the region.
  • After this visit, discover the incredible scenery of the volcanic terrace of Hachimantai, a haven of peace surrounded by wild nature.
  • You will walk around on the banks of Lake Towada-ko, which is so deep that it never freezes, even when temperatures reach -20°C in winter.
  • Then, you will travel along the Oraise Valley, a river that flows from Lake Towada through a series of lovely waterfalls and gorges in a green forest.
  • In the evening, back to your hotel in Aomori.
  • Lunch and dinner at your leisure.
  • Spend the night in the 3* Aomori Hotel in Aomori (or similar).
Uchi Machi district, Denshô-kan museum, stroll through the town of Morioka Jour 6 – Kakunodate

Jour 6 – Kakunodate Uchi Machi district, Denshô-kan museum, stroll through the town of Morioka

  • In the early morning, take the train to the town of Kakunodate, a three-hour train ride from Aomori.
  • This lovely stop on the trail is a feudal town famous for its cherry trees but mostly for its Samurai houses, which are grouped together in the Uchi Machi district. The town boasts a dozen of these houses in a remarkable condition, along Bukeyashiki street. Do not forget to visit them. The most beautiful house used to belong to the Aoyagike family and displays many items used by the warrior class.
  • Opposite the house, Denshô-kan museum introduces kaba-zaiku, a traditional craft where objects and furniture are created out of polished cherry tree bark, producing a lovely shimmer in the wood. You can observe the ten last artisans proficient in this technique at work in the workshop.
  • In the evening, spend the night in the charming town of Morioka, where three rivers meet in the shadow of Mount Iwate.
  • Stroll along the river and visit the temple district where you will find quite a few treasures.
  • For example, Hôon-ji temple houses 500 statues of Buddha’s disciples.
  • Lunch and dinner at your leisure.
  • Spend the night in the 3* Metropolitan Morioka Hotel in Morioka (or similar).
Visit Chuson-ji, Môtsu-ji and Takkoku no Iwaya cave Jour 7 – Hiraizumi

Jour 7 – Hiraizumi Visit Chuson-ji, Môtsu-ji and Takkoku no Iwaya cave

  • This morning, you will take the train again (1h20), this time to the historical town of Hiraizumi, which, in the 12th century, was as beautiful and wealthy as the capital, Kyoto. Hiraizumi still boasts some wonderful temples, remains of its past splendour, which history had forgotten.
  • Visit Chuson-ji, an incredible temple complex founded in 850. Do not miss the fascinating gold-leaf sutra, the hundreds of characters of which represent a ten-storey pagoda, symbolizing the ten stages of Buddha’ Illumination.
  • Then, admire Konjiki-dô, an amazing jewel of Buddhist art. This wooden structure is covered in gold-leaf.
  • Next, you will discover Môtsu-ji, the largest temple complex in Tohoku with no less than 40 building and 500 monks.
  • Sadly, it has fallen prey to war and fire, so you can only admire Môtsûji hondô, a lovely red pavilion as well as Jôdo Teien garden which dates back to the Heian Period and is the best preserved garden in the country.
  • Finally, you will be amazed by the temple in Takkoku no Iwaya cave, a surprising pavilion built on stilts inside the mouth of the cave.
  • Lunch and dinner at your leisure at the hotel.
  • Spend the night in the 3* Musashibou Hotel in Hiraizumi (or similar).
Visit Entsu-in and Zuigan-ji temple Jour 8 – Baie de Matsushima

Jour 8 – Baie de Matsushima Visit Entsu-in and Zuigan-ji temple

  • After breakfast, you will leave the town of Hiraizumi by train (1h30) to discover one of the three Nihon sankei, the three most famous landscapes in Japan: Matsushima Bay.
  • Visit Entsu-in, the mausoleum built for the grandson of Date Masamune, one of the daimyo who ruled Tohoku in the 16th century. It is also called « rose temple » for its main gate, which is decorated with an oil painting and is the oldest in Japan. Do not miss the lovely rose garden and the moss and rock garden representing Matsushima Bay.
  • Visit the most famous Zen temple in Tohoku, Zuigan-ji, built in 828. Then walk along the side of the bay. On the far-left, a bright-red 252 metre-long wooden bridge will take you to the charming island of Fukuura jima, which you can quietly walk around. On the far-right of the bay, you will find the little island of Oshima. It boasts some interesting lt;strong>caves that used to host monks on their spiritual retreats.
  • You will spend the night in Matsushima and have dinner in your hotel.
  • Lunch and dinner at your leisure at the hotel.
  • Spend the night in the 4* Matsushima Century Hotel in Matsushima (or similar).
Date Masamune Mausoleum, Sendai castle and Tohoku district : Kokubun-chô Jour 9 – Sendai

Jour 9 – Sendai Date Masamune Mausoleum, Sendai castle and Tohoku district : Kokubun-chô

  • After one last look at Matsushima Bay, you will take the train to the town of Sendai, thirty-minutes away. Sendai, in the centre of Tohoku, was marked by the daimyo Date Masamune (1566 – 1636), who was one of the most powerful lords in Japan in his lifetime.
  • Visit the Date Masamune Mausoleum, Zuihô-den, in the midst of a thick forest of oak trees. Built in 1637 according to the lord’s last wishes, the mausoleum boasts bright colours and sculpted reliefs, which are a wonderful example of the architecture of the time.
  • You can also visit Sendai castle, which provides a wonderful view of the town.
  • In the evening stroll around the biggest entertainment district in Tohoku: Kokubun-chô. The atmosphere is loud as taxis drive by and neon signs shine brightly – the perfect setting to taste Sendai’s signature dish: beef tongue.
  • Lunch and dinner at your leisure.
  • Night in the 3* Metropolitan Sendai Hotel in Sendai (or similar).
Visit the Shinto shrine of Yama-dera Jour 10 – Yamagata

Jour 10 – Yamagata Visit the Shinto shrine of Yama-dera

  • Surrounded by beautiful and often snowy mountains, Yamagata is a popular, lively student town.
  • In the morning, take the train (50 minutes from Sendai) to visit Yama-dera Shinto shrine, which is on the top of a small hill. This lovely hike, which will take you up the steps all the way to the shrine in the heart of the forest, is very pleasant. After all this effort, you can enjoy a spectacular view of Yamagata and its surroundings.
  • In the evening, you will return to Sendai to make the most of the town’s festive atmosphere.
  • Lunch and dinner at your leisure.
  • Night in the 3* Metropolitan Sendai Hotel in Sendai (or similar).
Limori yama hill, Aizu Buke yashiki villa, Tsuruga-jo castle and Oyaku-en garden Jour 11 – Aizu Wakamatsu

Jour 11 – Aizu Wakamatsu Limori yama hill, Aizu Buke yashiki villa, Tsuruga-jo castle and Oyaku-en garden

  • In the morning, leave for the town of Aizu Wakamatsu, a 1h50 train ride from Sendai.
  • This town in the south of Tohoku was marked by the seppuku – ritual suicide – of twenty samurai, the White Tigers, during the Boshin civil war (1868-1869) during the Meiji restoration. This was the last bold action of the samurai class before it disappeared and is still famous in Japan today.
  • You can hike up Limori yama hill where the Tigers committed seppuku. On the top, you will find the graves of the samurai where many Japanese pilgrims still come to celebrate their sacrifice.
  • You can visit Sazae-dô temple, where you can see 33 statues of the Goddess Kannon.
  • Next, visit Aizu Buke yashiki: this luxurious villa was the home of the last leader of the Aizu clan, Saigô Tanomo, in the 19th century.
  • In the afternoon, visit Tsuruga-jo castle and Oyaku-en garden, which is typically Japanese. It contains over 400 different species of flowers and trees, including medicinal plants, which have been growing there since 1670. You can drink a bowl of matcha, green tea, in the small Ochaya-goten teahouse, where you can enjoy the beauty of your surroundings in a peaceful, tranquil atmosphere.
  • Lunch at your leisure and dinner in your hotel.
  • Spend the night in the 3* Washington Hotel in Aizu Wakamatsu (or similar).
Visit the Bandai lake district Jour 12 – Bandai Lake

Jour 12 – Bandai Lake Visit the Bandai lake district

  • Today, your private car with chauffeur will take you to the Bandai lake district.
  • The eruption of the Bandai volcano in 1888 gave birth to a high plateau and a series of 300 lakes and pools among a thick, dense forest.
  • You will walk along the side of the different lakes, including the lakes of the Goshiki-numa, area, also known as the “Five Colour Pool”.
  • You can also take a 3.7 kilometre hike (about 2 miles) to Lake Hibara-ko the biggest lake in the park, which is studded with little islands.
  • You can also enjoy a pleasant boat trip.
  • Lunch at your leisure and dinner in your hotel.
  • Spend the night in the 3* Washington Hotel in Aizu Wakamatsu (or similar).
Visit Ansho-ji temple and tour the town in a horse-drawn carriage Jour 13 – Kitakata / Nikko

Jour 13 – Kitakata / Nikko Visit Ansho-ji temple and tour the town in a horse-drawn carriage

  • This morning, you will take the train (15 minutes) to the dynamic little town of Kitakata, which used to supply sake, miso, rice and wood coal to Aizu Wakamatsu. This explains the hundreds of kura, warehouses with thick, mud walls, which can now be visited. They now house official buildings such as the Post Office or even Ansho-ji temple!
  • In the town centre, in the long shopping street of Fureai-dori, you will find manymuseums selling regional products – sake and kura for example – as well as a Lacquer Museum.
  • This little excursion is delightful, especially since you can tour the town in a horse-drawn carriage. At lunchtime, do not miss out on ramen, delicious noodles served in a bowl of soup, a regional speciality!
  • Later in the afternoon, you will leave Aizu Wakamatsu for the small town of Nikko by train (3h).
  • Lunch at your leisure and dinner in your hotel.
  • Spend the night in the 4* Senhime Monogatari Ryokan in Nikko (or similar)
Tôshô-gû Shrine, Lake Chuzenji-ko and Ryuzu no Taki Falls Jour 14 – Nikko

Jour 14 – Nikko Tôshô-gû Shrine, Lake Chuzenji-ko and Ryuzu no Taki Falls

  • The small town of Nikko has been an important site for Japanese Buddhism for over a thousand years and houses wonderful temples and shrines, recognised as UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
  • The most famous site is Tôshô-gû shrine, a Baroque masterpiece, which is probably the most ornate temple in the country and was erected in 1636. You will be amazed by this shrine as it shines brightly in the midst of a forest of giant Japanese cedars.
  • In the afternoon, your private car will take you to Lake Chuzenji-ko, where you can enjoy the beautiful panoramic view with Mount Nantai in the background.
  • You will also have the opportunity to admire the famous waterfall at Kegon Falls.
  • You can also walk around Ryuzu no Taki Falls, which offer a lovely stroll in the forest if you walk around the foot of the falls.
  • Lunch at your leisure and dinner in your hotel.
  • Spend the night in the 4* Senhime Monogatari Ryokan in Nikko (or similar).
Ueno and Yoyogi parks and Omotesando, Shibuya, Harajuku, Akihabara and Odaiba districts Jour 15 – Tokyo

Jour 15 – Tokyo Ueno and Yoyogi parks and Omotesando, Shibuya, Harajuku, Akihabara and Odaiba districts

  • This morning, you will take the train to Tokyo, the bustling Japanese capital.
  • If you would like to walk around green spaces, start with Ueno Park, very popular among Japanese people, where you will find many museums.
  • Yoyogi Park, where you will find Meiji-jingu shrine is also a haven of peace within the city and is well worth visiting.
  • Finally, do not miss the Imperial Palace Gardens where you can enjoy a pleasant stroll.
  • If you like shopping, you will love the Omotesando district, Tokyo’s Champs-Elysees, where you will find many fashion brands, as well as the eastern part of Shinjuku district, which houses many shops and shopping centres.
  • If you want a glimpse of the wild side of the bustling city of Tokyo, visit the “youth” districts of Harajuku and Shibuya, which are full of life until the early evening.
  • You can also walk around Akihabara’s Electric Town, where state-of-the-art electronics are sold.
  • Finally, we recommend Odaiba district where you can have dinner in a restaurant overlooking Tokyo Bay.
  • Lunch and dinner at your leisure.
  • Spend the night in the 4* Keio Plaza Hotel in Tokyo Shinjuku (or similar)
Back to UK Jour 16 - Tokyo / London
Back to UK
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Jour 16 - Tokyo / London Back to UK

  • Today, leave Tokyo Narita Airport for London on a scheduled flight in economy class.
    Sayonara!

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 the main natural sites of Tohoku

Visit the main natural sites of Tohoku

Visit the main natural sites of Tohoku

Thanks to your own private car with chauffeur , discover the most beautiful natural sites of Tohoku, which are usually very difficult to access! You will have the opportunity to walk on the sacred Mount Ozore-zan and admire the seascapes of Shimokita Peninsula, the Towada-ko Lakes and Bandai. Finally, you will be impressed by Matsushima Bay and the numerous islands scattered around the blue ocean

Visit the towns of Aomori, Sendai, Aizu Wakamatsu, Hiraizumi, Kakunodate and Nikko

Visit the towns of Aomori, Sendai, Aizu Wakamatsu, Hiraizumi, Kakunodate and Nikko

Visit the towns of Aomori, Sendai, Aizu Wakamatsu, Hiraizumi, Kakunodate and Nikko

Visit the historical towns of Tohoku and discover the wonders of the past ! From the temples of Hiraizumi, once the great cultural centre of the region, to the feudal castles of Aizu Wakamatsu and Sendai and the samurai houses of Kakunodate, this itinerary will take you to the heart of an unspoiled region where you will discover its fascinating age-old history!

Activities recommended

Open-air art festival in Echigo-Tsumari

Open-air art festival in Echigo-Tsumari

Open-air art festival in Echigo-Tsumari

Open-air art festival in Echigo-Tsumari

Hôtels de ce voyage

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Voici les hébergements que nous vous proposons pour votre circuit. Ils sont communiqués à titre indicatif et pourront être remplacés par des hôtels de catégorie similaire.

Hotels included

Keio Plaza Shinjuku - Tokyo

Hotel Tokyo

Keio Plaza Shinjuku - Tokyo

The 4* Keio Plaza Hotel is an ideal base for exploring the wonderful city of Tokyo! It is located in Shinjuku, the nerve centre of Tokyo, and provides easy access to the different sites of the city. A five-minute walk from the station, the Keio Plaza Hotel’s 1440 rooms are all equipped with television, Wi-Fi, mini-bar and tea service. You can find many places to eat a short distance from the hotel, but the Keio Plaza also serves international and Japanese cuisine in its bars and restaurants. The hotel also provides many other services: beauty parlour, photo studio, tea ceremony room (reservations only), as well as a bureau de change. Finally, you can enjoy the fitness centre from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m.

Senhime Monogatari - Nikko

Hotel Nikko

Senhime Monogatari - Nikko

The 4* Senhime Monogatari Hotel is located in downtown Nikko, a ten-minute walk from the station. Behind its modern façade, this hotel offers Japanese-style rooms with an amazing view of the river. You can unwind indoors and outdoors in one of the hotel’s many hot baths. You can also choose between two restaurants serving Japanese cuisine, including one with excellent Ramen noodles. Finally, the hotel also houses a souvenir shop, a karaoke room and a video game room.

Metropolitan - Sendai

Hotel Sendai

Metropolitan - Sendai

A minute’s walk from Sendai station, the Metropolitan is a 4* Western-style hotel decorated in a simple, refined manner. Its 300 rooms are all equipped with television and A/C . The 4* Metropolitan Hotel serves international and Japanese cuisine in its six restaurants. You can also enjoy the use of the fitness centre and indoor swimming pool.

Aomori Hotel - Aomori

Hotel Aomori

Aomori Hotel - Aomori

Located in downtown Aomori, a ten-minute walk from the station, the 3*Aomori Hotel welcomes you to its simple, warm setting. The rooms are all laid out in the Western-style and provide a lovely view of Mount Hakkoda and Matsu Bay. They are equipped with television and tea/coffee service. The hotel offers the choice of four different bars and restaurants serving Japanese and international cuisine.

Best Western New City Hirosaki - Hirosaki

Hotel

Best Western New City Hirosaki - Hirosaki

Welcome to the 4* Best Western New City Hirosaki, located a few steps away from Hirosaki station. All the rooms are decorated in a modern, warm manner with warm colours and are equipped with television and coffee/tea service. If you feel like relaxing, you can use the fitness centre or the indoor swimming pool. The hotel offers a choice of restaurants and bars serving teppan-yaki, Japanese delicacies prepared on an iron griddle.

Unisite - Mutsu

Hotel

Unisite - Mutsu

The 3* Unisite Hotel in the small town of Mutsu, in the centre of the Shimokita Peninsula, is only a few minutes away from the station. With its spacious, Western-style rooms decorated in a simple, modern manner, the 3* Unisite Hotel offers many amenities. All the rooms are equipped with Internet access, television, tea/coffee service and A/C.

Metropolitan - Morioka

Hotel

Metropolitan - Morioka

Located a few minutes’ walk from Morioka station, the 3* Metropolitan Hotel has 184 rooms, decorated in a simple, comfortable manner. They are all equipped with television, A/C and coffee/tea service. You can enjoy the hotel’s dedicated leisure facilities : fitness centre, indoor swimming pool, sauna and squash courts. The hotel also houses a boutique as well as a restaurant and a bar.

Matsushima Century Hotel - Matsushima

Hotel

Matsushima Century Hotel - Matsushima

The 4* Matsushima Century Hotel is a few minutes from Fukuura jima island and offers an amazing view of the famous Matsushima Bay. This lovely leisure hotel has Japanese and Western-style rooms decorated in a refined, modern style. The hotel also houses restaurants serving international or Japanese cuisine, as well as a souvenir shop, a spa offering different kinds of relaxation massages from 30 minutes to one hour and a certain number of indoor and outdoor hot baths, some of which provide a stunning view of the bay studded with little islands.

Musashibou - Hiraizumi

Hotel Hiraizumi

Musashibou - Hiraizumi

The 4* Musashibou Hotel is located a few steps away from Hiraizumi station, in the centre of Tohoku. This beautiful hotel welcomes you to its Japanese-style rooms, which are all equipped with television and coffee/tea service. Not only will you experience spending the night on a futon and tatami mats, you will also get to relax in the amazing Japanese hot baths. Finally, a delicious Japanese dinner made with seasonal ingredients will be served in your room.

Washington Hotel - Aizu Wakamatsu

Hotel Aizu Wakamatsu

Washington Hotel - Aizu Wakamatsu

Ideally located a stone’s throw from Aizu Wakamatsu station, the 3* Washington Hotel has modern Western-style rooms and is decorated in a simple manner. All the rooms are equipped with television, A/C and refrigerator. The 3* Washington Hotel serves international and Japanese cuisine in its two restaurants.

Belnatio - Tokamachi

Hotel

Belnatio - Tokamachi

Located in a privileged setting, the charming 4*Belnatio Hotel welcomes you to its stunning natural surroundings. You will be housed in a spacious, comfortable, elegantly decorated room in a lovely stone building or in wooden chalets. The hotel has many recreational facilities : you can enjoy the indoor swimming pool and the hot baths, which are ideal for unwinding and relaxing! Lean back and breathe in the fresh air – a welcome treat before going to Tokyo.

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 / TOKYO and TOKYO / LONDON on scheduled flights in economy class
  • The domestic flight TOKYO / AOMORI on a scheduled flight in economy class
  • Airport taxes (including fuel surcharge) and the Solidarity Tax
  • 14 nights’ accommodation in a standard double room in the 3* or 4* hotels or high-quality ryokan mentioned in the itinerary. If one of these hotels is not available, similar quality accommodation will be booked
  • Meals: all breakfasts and five dinners
  • All transfers in a private car with chauffeur, as mentioned in the itinerary
  • All unlimited train trips on JR lines in second class, as stated in the itinerary, thanks to the 14-day JR Pass
  • The ferry trip from Wakinosawa to Aomori (Day 4).
  • Visits mentioned in the programme including entry fees
  • 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
  • All transfers in a private car with chauffeur, as mentioned in the itinerary
  • Stopover in Asia or Europe (optional)

* prix à partir de sur une base 2 personnes

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