Be fascinated by the emerald-green sea,
white sand and unique culture of OKINAWA

Once the empire of Ryukyu Kingdom, Okinawa is a unique cultural hybrid and a tropical paradise of beaches and natures.

  • 16:10 Arrive Naha Airport, Okinawa

  •   15 minutes (Yui Rail and get off at Makishi station ¥300)
  • 17:10 Kokusai Street
    Strolling around the street of Kokusaidori, which is lined by restaurants, cafes, bars, hotels, souvenir shops, boutiques and department stores. Many shops remain open until 10pm.
  • Stay at Naha
  • 08:30 Kokusai Street
  •   40 minutes
  • 09:30 Okinawa World
    The park's main attractions are a massive natural cave, a craft village and a snake museum. Enjoy fun activities such as trying on Okinawa Traditional Kimono, some DIY experience and viewing of Eisa - Okinawa's traditional dance that uses native drums. (one day pass: ¥1,700; cave and kingdom village only;: ¥1,300)
  •   35 minutes
  • 13:10 Tamaudun Royal Mausoleum
    The Tamaudun Mausoleum was built around the beginning of the 16th century as the mausoleum for the royal family of the Ryukyu Kingdom. It was restored after suffering extensive damage during the war.
  •   1 minute
  • 13:30 Shuri Ryusen
    Learn Okinawan’s traditional dyeing technique on beach coral or T-shirts from this hands-on experience with the guidance of local experts.
  •   15 minutes
  • 14:30 The gardens of Shikina-en
    At this World Heritage site, you have to visit the Udun, Stone Bridge and Rokkaku-do for the best photo taking experience.
  •   50 minutes
  • 19:30 Onnason Resort Area Stay
  • 08:30 Onnason Town Area
  •   20 minutes
  • 09:00 Blue Cave
    The most famous snorkeling and diving spot on the main island of Okinawa that is covered completely in blue light and radiates a wondrous atmosphere. Everyone can enjoy snorkeling or even a trial diving for beginners. (price range: ¥10,000 onwards for diving experience)
  •   20 minutes
  • 11:00 Cape Manzamo
    Enjoy the scenic rock formation that offers a lot of photo opportunities.
  •   20 minutes
  • 13:00 Lunch at Chura Hana
  •   5 minutes
  • 14:30 Busena Marine park
    Famous for its high transparency and Okinawa's only one under-water observatory that sticks out for 170 meters from the cape. The natural under-water world can be seen from the windows 5 meters down in the water. Playful whale shaped glass boat will be a great experience for kids! (Glass-bottom boat: ¥1,560; Underwater observatory: ¥1,050 Combination ticket: ¥2,100)
  •   45 minutes
  • 16:30 Churaumi Aquarium
    The highlight of a visit to the Churaumi Aquarium is the massive Kuroshio Tank, one of the largest in the world. It contains a wide variety of species, the most striking of which are the giant whale sharks and manta rays. (General admission: ¥1,880; late evening admission (16:00~close): ¥1,310)
  • Churaumi Aquarium Area Stay
  • 09:00 Bise Fukugi Tree Street
    The approximately 20,000 Fukugi trees stretching out for about 1 km create a relaxing area, also used in movies and commercials.
  •   10 minutes
  • 10:30 Nakijin Castle Ruins
    Besides the UNESCO World Heritage castle ruins stands the Nakijin Village History and Culture Center with a small museum displaying items unearthed on the castle grounds. (¥400)
  •   25 minutes
  • 12:00 Kouri island Ocean Tower & Heart Rock
    These heart-shaped rocks, coupled with the fact that Kouri Island is known as the “Island of Love” has made the island a popular destination for lovers.
  •   10 minutes
  • 13:15 Lunch at ChuraTerrace (TacoRice)
  •   60 minutes
  • 15:00 Bios no Oka, Uruma
    Feel the great nature of Okinawa at this park that is full of beautiful orchids and Malayan banyan tree. Remember to also take the lake tour boat (¥800), or the canoe (¥1,500) for the adventurous ones!
  •   40 minutes
  • 17:45 Bintang Terrace
    Indulge in rich and diverse range of authentic Asian dishes, from Indonesian to Thai and Vietnamese with an exotic atmosphere enhanced with Balinese décor and furnishings plus magnificent view.
  •   6 minutes
  • 19:00 American Village & Depot Island
    Experience a classic taste of America mixed with local Okinawan flavor in this huge village that has more than 100 stores and restaurants.
  • 09:00 American Village
  •   55 minutes
  • 10:00 Nirai-Kanai Bridge
    Be prepared to be dazzled by the beautiful Pacific Ocean views.
  •   20 minutes
  • 11:30 Valley of Gangala
    The biggest attraction of the valley is the Ufushu Gajumaru, or the Giant Banyan Tree, which is said to be the guardian deity of the forest. You can also spend some time appreciating this otherworldly environment with a cuppa at the Cave Cafe.
  • 17:25 Depart from Naha Airport, Okinawa

Indulge, Explore and Discover the Nature of Hokkaido

Located in the northernmost of Japan’s 4 main islands, Hokkaido prevails its mysterious and unspoiled natures alongside with historical sites, making it a favorite destination all-year-long.

  • 11:00 Sapporo Station / JR Tower Observation Deck T38
  •   8 minutes
  • 13:00 Former Hokkaido Government Office Building (Red Brick)
    Constructed in 1888, this Meiji period and American neo-Baroque architecture marvel is unlike any other. Discover Hokkaido’s history in this building itself.
  •   7 minutes
  • 14:00 Odori Park
    The park is an oasis in the city centre. Take a stroll and enjoy various sculptures nestled between its 4700 trees and lilac flower beds. It is also centrespace for events and festivals especially the Autumn Festival.
  •   5 minutes
  • 15:00 Sapporo Clock Tower
    The tower was built in 1898 as a theatrical hall of the current day Hokkaido University. Discover its full history including its large fire incident in the museum. (¥200)
  •   5 minutes to Odori station
  •  2 minutes to Susugino station (Namboku line ¥210)
  •   20 minutes to Ropeway iriguchi station (Streetcar)
  • 17:00 City Night View From Mt. Moiwayama
    Have a panoramic view of Sapporo sparkling city lights from the summit of Mt. Moiwayama. It is said that the night view of the city sparkles like precious stones. (Ropeway Round-trip ¥1,700)
  • 07:30 Sapporo City
  •   120 minutes  or  100 minutes (JR Limited Express Train to JR Asahikawa station  >  30 minutes (Access Bus) (¥6,560 “Asahiyama Zoo Ticket” package with round-trip limited express train + round-trip access bus + zoo ticket)
  • 09:30 Asahikawa Asahiyama Zoo
    Observe various animals from around the world. This popular zoological garden is home to penguins, polar bears, giraffes and many more. (¥820)
  •   40 minutes
  • 13:00 Snow Crystals Museum
    This snow museum is dedicated to snowflakes. Discover huge ice columns in its corridor of ice and snowflakes ornamented décor. It’s a truly magical feeling once you’re in the museum. (¥800)
  •   40 minutes
  • 14:40 Patchwork Hill/Road
    This 14km road is the most senic area in Biei, Hokkaido and has numbers of iconic view spots.
  •   20 minutes
  • 15:20 Shikisai-no-Oka (Flower Park)
    The panoramic flower gardens provide a spectacular view as far as the eye can see. Experience fields of beautiful fragrance as the various seasonal flowers come into bloom. (¥200 as donation)
  •   20 minutes
  • 16:40 Shirogane Blue Pond
    The Shirogane Blue Pond is named after its deep blue color which owes to the natural minerals dissolved in the water.
  •   60 minutes to JR Asahikawa station
  •   100 minutes to Sapporo station (Limited Express Train)
  • 20:00 Sapporo City
  • 08:15 Sapporo Station
  •   30 minutes (JR Hakodate Main Line ¥750)
  • 09:00 Otaru
    1. Experience the harbour city of Otaru with its canal cruise which takes about 40 mins. See the charm of history and romance of Otaru from the canals. (Otaru Day Cruise ¥1,500 / Night Cruise ¥1,800)
    2. Hop on the tourist city bus called the Otaru Stroller to explore Otaru’s little charms on the streets. (¥220 per ride; one day pass ¥750)
    3. Visit the Herring Mansions built by wealthy fishermen to process fish and also a means of residence.
    4. Discover the full history of Otaru at the city museum and also learn about the early days of Hokkaido development.
    5. Relax away while listening to piano recitals in a café in Kitaichi Hall – a mystical relaxing space lit by oil lamps.
  • Stay at Otaru
  • 10:00 Otaru Station
  •   35 minutes via National Highway 5 towards Yoichi
  • 11:00 Nikka Whisky Yoichi Distillery
    Known as Japan’s ‘Father of Whisky’, this internationally-acclaimed distillery is a must-visit if you want to sample the ‘World’s Best Blended Malt’. Take a tour inside the distillery to learn more about their technique.
  •   60 minutes
  • 12:00 Niseko View Plaza
    Have a fantastic view of Mt. Yotei in this rest area unlike any other. Relish in local food and beverages that’s easy on the pocket too.
  •   160 minutes
  • 16:00 Yunokawa Onsen
    This onsen is one of the best in the southern part of Hokkaido. Experience exquisite hot spring and spa atmosphere while you enjoy heartwarming conversation with the townspeople of Yunokawa . It’s highly recommended to stay at a ryokan and enjoy the Japanese traditional dishes.
  • 09:00 Yunokawa Onsen
  •   15 minutes
  • 10:00 Hakodate Station
  •   20 minutes to Goryokaku Koen Mae stop (Hakodate Shiden Route 5 or Route 2 ¥230)
  •   10 minutes
  • 11:00 Goryokaku (western-style fort)
    Fort Goryokaku is a massive, star-shaped, western style citadel. Over one thousand cherry trees were planted along its moats, making it one of Hokkaido’s best cherry blossom spots.
  •   25 minutes to Jyujigai stop (Tram ¥250)
  • 13:00 Hakodate Motomachi Area & Bay Area
    Discover a neighbourhood of historical buildings in the western-influenced streetscape. Then get to the Bay Area facing Hakodate Port and enjoy a tea break while shopping along redbrick buildings.
  •   10 minutes
  • 18:00 Night View From Mt. Hakodate
    At the top of Mt. Hakodate, enjoy a sweeping view of Hakodate at night as the city is flanked by its surrounding sea and mountains. It’s without a doubt, a spectacular night view. (Ropeway Round-trip ¥1,500)

Explore the Modernity of Kansai with a Touch of Heritage

The cultural and historical heart of Japan, the region expresses harmony between tradition and modernity.

  • 10:00 Osaka: Namba Station
  •   45 minutes (Rapid Express train on the Kintetsu Nara Line ¥570)  or     60 minutes (JR Yamatoji line ¥570)
  • 11:00 Kintetsu Nara Station / JR Nara Station
  •   25 minutes from Kintetsu Nara Station or 40 mins from JR Nara station  or    10 minutes (Gurutto Bus Omiya Street Route to Daibutsuden-Mae-Chushajo (Todaiji Car Park) ¥100)
  • 12:00 Todaiji Temple
    A Nara landmark, this temple’s main hall is one of the world’s largest wooden building and it houses one of Japan’s largest bronze Buddha statue. (¥600)
  •   10 minutes (Gurutto Bus Omiya Street Route to Kasuga Taisha ¥100)
  • 14:00 Kasuga Taisha (World Heritage)
    This is Nara’s most celebrated shrine. Discover its distinctive Kasuga architecture and its hundreds of bronze lanterns and even stone ones. Also you can enjoy the different scenery for each season like wisteria flowers on April to May. (¥500 interior visit)
  •   20 minutes  or    10 minutes to Kintetsu Nara station (Gurutto Bus Omiya Street Route ¥100)
  •   120 minutes to Iseshi Station (Kintetsu Line ¥3,060)
  • Stay at Ise, Mie
  • 09:30 Iseshi Station
  •   20 minutes (Bus bound for Naigu mae No. 51 or 55 ¥440)
  • 10:00 Ise Shrine (Inner)
    It is considered one of Japan’s most sacred shrine that pays homage to Shinto’s Sun Goddess. This shrine was built over 2000 years ago and pre-dates Buddhism.
  • 11:00 Okage-yokocho Street
    Right in front of Ise Shrine, this street gives you a feeling of going back to the end stage of Edo period. Sample Ise Udon, Akafuku (Japanese sweet) and famous Ise sake.
  •   30 minutes from Naiku-mae to Meotoiwa higashi-guchi (CAN bus) and Ise Sea Paradise is in front of the bus stop (¥700)
  • 13:00 Ise Sea Paradise
    Watch aquatic animals and even come in contact with them in a reproduced natural environment. Or walk into a dome-shaped exhibition to see the splendour of underwater plants. (¥1,800)
  •   30 minutes from Meotoiwa higashi-guchi to Iseshi ekimae (CAN bus ¥470)
  • 14:56 Iseshi Station
  •   280 minutes (JR Train ¥3,080)
    *Please be aware that this journey requires 2~3 transfers and the train departing Iseshi station at 14:56 has the best connecting times towards Kii-Katsuura station. After this, following trains will have longer transfer times and journey might take up to 300~360mins to reach Kii-Katsuura station
  • 19:32 Kii-Katsuura Station
  • 08:50 Kii-Katsuura Station
  •   5 minutes
  • 09:00 Katsuura Tuna Auction (Fish Market)
    Katsuura is a coastal heaven for freshly caught bluefin tuna. Wake up early to join early-rising fisherman bring their tuna hauls into the market and to be auctioned off.
  •   5 minutes to Kii-Katsuura Station
  •   30 minutes (Bus No. 31 bound for Nachisan ¥630)
  • 13:00 Nachi Taisha
    The shrine has a blend of Shinto and Buddhism influences. Directly next to it, sits an eminent 3-storey pagoda set against the backdrop of Japan’s tallest single waterfall (Fall viewpoint: ¥300). Enjoy as well the Daimon-zaka, an impressive cobblestone staircase (600 metres long with 267 stairs) that is part of the Kumano Kodo pilgrimage route.
  •   30 minutes (Bus No. 31 ¥630)
  • 17:00 Kii-Katsuura station
  •   90 minutes to Shirahama Station (JR Line ¥2,840)
  • Stay at Shirahama
  • 09:30 Shirahama Station
  •   15 minutes to Rinkai bus stop (Bus No. 101 (Meiko Bus Shirahama Onsen 1 day pass ¥1,000))
  • 10:00 Nanki-shirahama Glass Boat
    Explore the depths of Shirahama’s underwater environment via a glass boat. It’s a sightseeing unlike any other as you view its spectacular underwater sea creatures and other underwater floras. (¥1,600)
  •   15 minutes (Bus No. 101)
  • 11:30 Senjojiki
    Literally means one thousand tatami mats, the hidden plateau of multi-tiered rocks is formed by constant erosions of the powerful Pacific Ocean’s waves. The plateau’s marvel remains untouched by development.
  •   15 minutes to Adventure World bus stop (Bus No.101)
  • 13:00 Adventure World
    Visit this safari park as you discover various sea and land animals from around the world. Let the performances of trained sea lions and dolphins wow you and add joy to your trip. (¥4500)
  •   15 minutes (Bus No. 101)
  • 17:26 Shirahama Station
  •   126 minutes ( Limited Express train Kuroshio ¥5,170)
  • 19:32 Osaka: Tennoji Station

Immerse yourself in the beauty of traditional and contemporary Kanto

As ever-growing mega metropolitan, the capital and the melting pot of Japan remains a top destination for its finger-lingering cuisines, sightseeing spots and all-day entertainment.

  • 09:00 Tokyo Station
  •   60 minutes (using the Highway Bus through the Aqua Line (an undersea tunnel))
  • 10:00 Kisarazu Station
  •   40 minutes to Hamakanaya Station (JR trains)
  •   10 minutes to Sanroku Ropeway Station
  • 11:00 Mt. Nokogiriyama Ropeway
    Take a scenic view from the peak of the mountain and even view one of the world’s largest Buddha statue on your way up to the summit. (Round-trip ¥930)
  • 11:30 Mt. Nokogiriyama Nihonji Temple
    Visit a 1,300-year old Buddhist temple, one of the oldest in Kanto. The temple is located along the slopes of the mountain. (¥600)
  •   Take Mt. Nokogiriyama Ropeway back to Sanroku Station
  •   15 minutes or     5 minutes
  • 13:30 Tokyo Bay Ferry (Port Kanaya to Port Kurihama)
    Cruise in a comfortable 40-minute car ferry. Watch the coast lines of Boso Peninsula as you arrive at Kanagawa. (¥800)
  •   15 minutes (Bus bound for Keikyu Kurihama Station No. 7 & 8) to Keikyu Kurihama Station
  •   10 minutes (Keikyu Kurihama Line) to Yokosuka Chuo Station
  •   15 minutes
  • 15:30 Mikasa Park
    The park is known for its Mikasa battleship, now a memorial space. Another attraction at the park is the multi-coloured fountain complex.
  •   20 minutes (From Yokosuka station on JR Yokosuka line)
  • Stay at Kamakura
  • 10:00 Kamakura Station
  •   5 minutes to Hase Station
  • 10:15 Kamakura Daibutsu (The Great Buddha)
    Standing at 11.4 metres, the bronze statue of Buddha was built in 1252 since then survived several natural disasters. This Great Buddha is designated a National Treasure. (¥300)
  •  10 minutes from Kotokuin Temple (The Great Buddha)
  • 11:10 Hasedera Temple
    This temple is famous for its eleven-headed statue of Goddess of Mercy (Kannon). According to legend, it is said that the wooden statue is carved from a tree. (¥400)
  •   5 minutes to Hase station
  •   5 minutes to Kamakura station
  •   10 minutes
  • 13:30 Tsurugaoka Hachimangu
    It is Kamakura’s famous shrine. It was founded by one of biggest samurai family (Minamoto) in 1063. There are beautiful garden and pond there and you can enjoy a variety of flowers throughout the year.
  •   10 minutes to Kamakura Station
  • 16:13 Kamakura Station
  •   46 minutes (JR Yokosuka Line)
  • 17:00 Tokyo: Shinagawa Station
  • 08:00 Tokyo: Shinjuku Station
  •   150 minutes (JR Chuo Line and JR Koumi Line)
  • 10:30 Kiyosato Station
  •   9 mins
  • 10:45 Moeginomura
    Visit a collection of European style shops, cafés and picturesque gardens. And even ride on a unique merry go round that’s surrounded by forests all around.
  •   9 minutes from Meoginomura to Kiyosato Station
  •   5 minutes (“Kiyosato picnic bus” (only Apr to Oct)) or     10 minutes (Free Shuttle Bus)
  • 13:00 Seisenryo
    Feast your eyes on rolling hills, mountain views and old-style cottages and lodges. It’s definitely an experience when you dine at the cafés and restaurants there.
  •   8 minutes
  • 14:30 Forest of Kiyosato
    Take a short hike in the forest of Kiyosato and you’ll be mesmerised by its majestic view for as far as your eyes can see.
  •   6 minutes
  • 15:30 Kiyosato Station
  •   90 minutes (JR Koumi Line and JR Chuo Line)
  • 17:00 Kofu Station
  • 09:28 Kofu Station
  •   90 minutes (Bus bound for Mt. Fuji Station)
  • 11:04 Mt.Fuji Station
  •   25 mins (Bus bound for Uchino and get off at Oshino Hakkai Entrance Bus Stop)
  • 11:30 Oshino Hakkai
    Visit the eight ponds where its waters are from Mt Fuji’s melted snow. At one of the ponds, you can drink its cool waters straight from its source.
  •   20 minutes
  • 13:00 Oshino Shinobi No Sato (Ninja Village)
    Go back in time as you learn about stealthy ninja and old houses with hidden doors and traps. You can then slowly take a walkthrough the village to discover more sights. (¥1,800)
  •   20 minutes to Kawaguchi-ko station (Bus bound for Kawaguchi-ko station)
  •   10 minutes (Free shuttle exclusive for users of Fujikyu facilities)
  • 16:00 Fujiyama Museum
    Learn about the beauty and majesty of the museum. Take in the beauty via amazing paintings of Japan’s venerated mountains. (¥1,000)
  •   10 minutes (Free shuttle)
  • 17:30 Mt.Fuji Station
  •   110 minutes (Fujikyuko Line and JR Chuo Line)
  • 19:30 Tokyo: Shinjuku Station

Finding unique experiences and tranquility in mind in Kyushu

Immerse yourself in the charming hot spring towns, scenic railway journeys and unparalleled nature beauty of the island of Kyushu.

  • 09:24 Hakata Station
  •   "Yufuin no Mori" 130 minutes (¥ 6,890)
    Yufuin no Mori is a resort train that leads to Yufuin, an exquisite hot springs resort.
  • 11:36 Yufuin Station
  •   10 minutes
  • 12:15 Yufuin Town
    Cafes and restaurants are the main attractions in this lovely town. For the anime fans, there is a Snoopy shop, Totoro shop, a Cat shop, a Dog shop and many others.
  •   5 minutes
  • 13:00 Yufuin Floral Village
    The village is small but adorable. Each house represents one cartoon character, also a perfect place for souvenir hunting!
  •   15 minutes
  • 14:00 Yufuin Station
  •   120 minutes through Oita station (¥1,680)
  • 16:00 Kitsuki Station
    Rent a kimono to explore the district with a true Japanese style. Not only that, by touring the town in Kimono you can enjoy free entrance to public tourism and cultural facilities plus discounts on certain stores and restaurants.
  • 19:00 JR Kitsuki Station
  •   30 minutes (¥480)
  • 19:40 JR Beppu Station
  •   10 minutes
  • 20:00 Stay at Takegawara Onsen
    Dubbed the symbol of Beppu, Takegawara Onsen is not only located in a building rich in history but is also the place where you can experience a sand-filled sauna called the Sand Bath.
  • 08:00 Takegawara Onsen
  •   10 minutes to JR Beppu Station
  •   20 minutes (Bus No. 24, 25, 41, 5, 2, 7 to Umijigoku Mae bus stop ¥330)
  • 08:30 Beppu “Jigoku Tour”
    ‘Jigoku’ means hell in Japanese and the name was derived from the fact that the site is unapproachable due to the high temperatures. With 8 Jigokus to explore, this tour is a very popular tour amongst the tourists.
  •   6 minutes to Kanawa bus stop
  •   15 minutes (Bus No. 20 bound for Beppu station and get off at Rokushoen ¥200)
  • 11:00 Beppu Beach Sand Bath
    A rare sand spa that boosts well being, right next to the sea. Settling into steaming hot sands while enjoying views of the waves is an uncommon pleasure, and healthy as well.
  •   20 minutes from Fukamachi bus stop to Beppu station (Bus No. 16, 17 or Apu-Beppu station line (¥200)), then change to Bus No. 36 to Yufuin Station Bus Center (60 minutes ¥940) and transfer to Bus No. 37 for Makinototoge and get off at Kokonoe Yume Otsuribashi (60 minutes ¥1,000))
  • 13:45 KOKONOE “YUME” OTSURIHASHI
    Traversing the Kokonoe Yume Grand Suspension Bridge is like walking across the sky. Japan's longest and loftiest pedestrian bridge, it presents panoramic scenes of Oita's verdant countryside, including two waterfalls, the Naruko River and the valley 173 meters below.
  •   60 minutes (Bus no. 37 back to Yufuin Bus center ¥1,000)
  •   250 minutes through Oita station (JR trains ¥5,080)
  • 19:00 JR Nobeoka Station
  • 07:30 JR Nobeoka Station
  •   90 minutes  or    90 minutes (Takachiho~Hinokagecho kokuminkenkohoken bus) to Takachiho (¥1,820)
  • 09:00 Takachiho Gorge
    Rent a boat or walk through the designated path to see the rare views of waterfalls and the columnar shaped valley together. (30 mins boat rental: ¥2,000)
  •   20 minutes  or    30 minutes to Miyakoh Bus Center  >    15 minutes to Iwato (Amonoiwato line bus ¥200)
  • 11:00 Amanoiwato Shrine
    Shrouded in a cave that sits on the edge of the ravine, Amano Iwato shrine is a seriously atmospheric stop on your travels around Takachiho.
  •   15 minutes
  • 13:00 Amanoyasukawara
    The view here is amazing and poetic - running water, moss and rocks. Some people also stack rocks to make a wish!
  •   120 minutes  or    240 minutes (Take Iwato line bus from Iwato to Miyakoh bus center and transfer for Kumamoto~Nobeoka line towards Kumamoto Eki Mae an get off at Torichosuji ¥2,610)
  • 16:00 Kumamoto Castle
    Kumamoto castle suffered serious damage in the earthquakes of April 2016. Since then, restoration works are in process and the interior of the castle’s main keep is scheduled to be reopened to public in Spring 2021 and until then, visitors can walk around the 400-meter-long walkway that leads to and hald around the main keep (Entrance fee: ¥500). With about 800 cherry trees, the castle becomes a popular cherry blossom spot usually in late March and early April.
  • 08:00 JR Kumamoto Station
  •   95 minutes (JR trains and Nishitetsu trains)
  • 10:00 Dazaifu Tenmangu Shrine
    Dazaifu Tenmangu is the largest Shinto shrine in Fukuoka, Kyushu. On its grounds, you’ll find both a peaceful and lively atmosphere, sweet Japanese treats, and beautiful nature each season.
  •   30 minutes to JR Futsukaichi station (Bus No. 1-1)
  •   20 minutes to Yoshizuka station (JR Kagoshima line ¥380)
  •   16 minutes
  • 12:00 Haku Haku Museum
    Hakuhaku is a museum where you can savor the food and culture of Hakata. On top of that, you can also make your own mentaiko here!
  •   20 minutes  or    12 minutes to Hakozaki 1-chome bus stop  >    15 minutes (Nogata line bus bound for Hakata station, and get off at Gion-Machi ¥230)  >    5 minutes
  • Canal City Hakata
    Called the "city within the city," it boasts numerous attractions including shops; cafes; restaurants; a theater; game center; cinemas; two hotels; and a canal, which runs through the complex. This is the perfect place to spend your remaining Japanese Yen at the end of the trip.
Notes:
  1. Some Limited Express trains and Shinkansen (Bullet Train) allow advance reservation. Please reserve in advance to secure your seat.
  2. Information on train schedules, transportation fares and ticket prices provided in the sample itineraries is as of end of December, 2019, and is subjected to changes. Please check the most updated information before your trip.
  3. Some buses and trains in certain areas have very low frequency, hence we highly recommend you to check the departure time of the returning/ connecting bus(es) or train(s) in advance.
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