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Posted by on Sep 5, 2009 in Asia, Do, TripJournals |

PRIDE Travel’s Japan Journey Begins! Our Day 0 Itinerary

Marc and I are ecstatic about our trip tomorrow. We’re going to Japan, an exotic land of historic culture, multitudes of attractions both modern and ancient, diverse locales and natural wonders, and cuisine that is world renowned. What follows is only a taste, a pu-pu platter, if you will, of our journey to come in the following days. Our Journey Begins! The itinerary of the Kanto Japan Journey, and what we get to look forward to is:

Day 1 • Depart North America for Tokyo, Japan

Day 2 • Arrive in Narita, Tokyo

Welcome to Tokyo, Japan’s largest metropolis! Upon arriving at the airport, you will be escorted to your nearby hotel by a Super Value representative where you can take time to explore Narita or rest for tomorrow’s sightseeing.(Dinner)

Day 3 • Tokyo• Kamakura • Atami

We begin the tour by passing through Tokyo Bay Aqua Line, a bridge-tunnel across the Tokyo Bay that connects by Umihotaru, a man-made island where we will be touring and Mt. Fuji can be seen on a sunny day. Afterwards we will be heading to Kamakura, an only ancient town close to Tokyo and where we will be visit Tsurugaaoka Hachimangu Shrine, Wakamiya Street, Komachi Dori, and the Daibutsu to partake the long histories of the town. Then, we stop by Odawara to pay a visit at the historic Odawara Castle, the only fortified tower remains relatively intact in Tokyo. After check in at New Akao Hotel in Atami, you will be experience the famous ocean view hot spring, change into your Yukata and enjoy the delicious Kaiskei dinner along Karaoke singing specially arranged by Super Value Tours! (3 meals)

Day 4 • Atami • Hakone • Tokyo

We begin the morning at The Hakone National park, located at the foot of Mount Fuji. On clear days, Japan’s highest peak can be admired from all three major attractions in the park: Lake Ashi, the Hakone Ropeway, and Owakudani Valley. At night, we are allotted free time in Shinjuku, an area otherwise known as Tokyo’s playground, with the city guide information provide by Super Value Tours you can have more idea of how to explore the nightlife of the magical city.(Breakfast and Lunch)

Day 5 • Tokyo

Today we start off visit the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Office a 45 stories building, one of the best places where you can have a great view of Tokyo city. Then off to The Imperial Palace, current home to the emperor and his family. Afterwards, visiting the beautifully serene Meiji Shrine, built in 1920 to worship Emperor Meiji. Then off to Asakusa to visit Sensoji Temple, the oldest and most popular temple where yearly festivals are held in this well-preserved Edo district. Also we will be paying a visit The Imperial Palace, current home to the emperor and his family, although we are not allowed go inside of the palace but still enjoy the picturesque grounds of the palace. Later on to the world famous Ginza, an up-scale shopping district lined with high-fashion, /high-tech labels and department stores. Then visit Mega Web, a theme park for car lovers, showcases the newest designs and future models of Toyota automobiles. Last but not least we will visit Rinkai Fukutoshin (aka. Daiba), an artificial island known for beautiful sightseeing and shopping in the Tokyo Bay area.*(3 meals)

Day 6 • Depart from Tokyo

After breakfast, clients with morning flights will be escorted to the airport by a Super Value representative. Sai-yo-na-ra (Good bye – Since it must be so)! (Breakfast)

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