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COMPLETE JAPAN

DISCOVERY

Fly cruise holidays aboard Diamond Princess

Encompassing a cruise around the Japanese isles and tours of

Mount Fuji, Kyoto, and Hiroshima, this comprehensive holiday to

the Far East is a once in a lifetime experience. Ancient temples,

tranquil gardens, speeding Bullet trains and cherry blossoms are

but a few of the sights on offer. Starting off in Tokyo, the capital of

Japan which blends tradition and modernity, you will be escorted

to Mount Fuji and Lake Ashi via Bullet train. Then cruise around the

Japanese archipelago and breathe in the scenery on show such

as snow capped peaks, misty inlets, tranquil fishing harbours, lush

greenery, towering waterfalls, bubbling hot springs and colourful

temples perched on rocky outcrops. Visit the museums and the

Peace Park in Nagasaki, call into the Russian Korsakov on Sakhalin

Island and explore South Korea. End this immersive holiday with

a two night/three day tour of Kyoto (the ancient capital of Japan),

Hiroshima and the iconic red shrine in the sea at Miyajima.

Included in the price:

• Return flights from London

Heathrow

• All transfers

• Three nights' 4-star B&B stay

in Tokyo

• Full day tour to Mount Fuji and

Lake Ashi with lunch, via Bullet train

• 14-17 nights' full-board cruise

onboard the Diamond Princess

21-24 NIGHTS PRICES FROM

£2999PER PERSON

KYOTO WITH ESCORTED TOURS:

At the end of your cruise enjoy a three

day fully escorted tour from Kyoto

- the ancient capital of Japan until

1868. Visit ancient castles, enjoy quiet

contemplation in imposing temples

and marvel at golden masterpieces

shimmering in classical gardens. No visit

to Japan would be complete without a

trip to Hiroshima and the red Torri gate

which seemingly floats on the water at

Miyajima - one of the top three scenic

spots in Japan. The A-Bomb Dome in

Hiroshima is an absolute must-see as it

was one of the few buildings left standing

after the blast and has been preserved

in its skeletal state as a tangible link to

Hiroshima's unique past. On your final

day, you will be treated to a full day

departure tour of Kyoto where you can

learn about the short but fascinating

history of the red Shinto Shrine in the

tranquil gardens of Heian Jingu, ponder

the art of meditation at Kiyomizu-dera

(the temple of the Goddess of Mercy) and

round it all off with shopping trip to the

famous Gion district.

ITINERARY: Fly London to Tokyo

overnight - Three nights' hotel stay

- Embark Ship in Yokohama (Tokyo) -

Kushiro, Japan - Shiretoko Peninsula

(Scenic cruising) - Korsakov, Russia

- Otaru, Japan - Aomori, Japan -

Hakodate, Japan - Yokohama (Tokyo)

- Busan, South Korea - Nagasaki, Japan

- Yokohama (Tokyo). Disembark ship -

Train to Kyoto. Two nights' hotel stay in

surrounding area - Fly overnight from

Osaka to London (Cruise itinerary varies).

Mount Fuji

Date 2016 Nights Interior Balcony Mini-Suite

20 Jun 21 £2999 £3999 £4899

13 Sep 24 £3599 £4449 £5379

21 Sep 21 £3199 £3799 £4399

Kinkaku-ji Temple Kyoto Kiyomizu Temple Kyoto

• Bullet train journey to Kyoto

• Two nights' 4-star B&B stay in

Kyoto (or surrounding area)

• Half day tour of Kyoto

including Kinkaka-Ji (Golden

Temple) & Nijo Castle

• Evening in Kyoto with dinner

and transfers

• Full day tour to Hiroshima

& Miyajima, via Bullet train

• Full departure day tour

of Kyoto including Heian

Jingu Kiyomizu-dera & Gion

shopping area with lunch

• All taxes and port fees.

Miyajima33

Call now to book: 0800 082 2170

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