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Tokyo offers an almost unlimited choice of shopping,

entertainment, culture and dining. The epicentre of Tokyo

is the Imperial Palace and gardens. Ginza is Tokyo's most

famous shopping and entertainment district where the

infamous $10 cups of coffee can be found together with

virtually every leading brand name in fashion. Tokyo Tower

is one of the most recognisable landmarks standing at

333 metres tall and looks rather like a red version of the

Eiffel Tower.

Asakusa is the best place to get to get a feel of Old Tokyo

with its low rise buildings and traditional atmosphere.

Explore the area on foot or by rickshaw and wander down

the Nakamise, a centuries old shopping street with a

variety of traditional shops, local snacks and souvenirs.

Walk through the Kiminari Gate to visit the Sensoji -

a Buddhist temple built in the 7th century.

Odaiba is another popular shopping and entertainment

district on a man-made island in Tokyo Bay. It has a wide

selection of shopping, dining and leisure options and is

home to bold architecture such as the Fuji TV Building,

Telecom Centre and Tokyo Big Sight. The Aquacity shopping

mall can be found here where the fifth floor houses a

Ramen food theme park with the chance to sample dishes

from all over Japan. Don't miss Oedo Onsen - the natural

hot spring theme park where you can enjoy various types

of indoor and outdoor baths.

MOUNT FUJI BULLET TRAIN & JAPAN CRUISE

Diamond Princess • 12-21 Nights • June - October 2018 • Prices from £2099pp

WHAT'S INCLUDED:

✥ Return flights from London

Regional flights available at a supplement

✥ All transfers

✥ Three nights' 4-star B&B hotel stay in Tokyo

✥ Mount Fuji and Lake Ashi Bullet train tour,

with lunch

✥ 7-16 nights' full-board cruise onboard

Diamond Princess

Visit this far eastern corner of the world where cultures, customs, history and scenery collide in an explosion of colour

and lifelong memories. Japan is particularly in vogue at the moment where your stay would not be complete without

riding on a Bullet Train, bathing in a hot spring and admiring the snow covered peak of Mount Fuji rising from lush green

fields and rice paddies. Plus, with these exotic holidays of a lifetime having lots included in the price it will keep your

holiday spending for essentials to a minimum!

Cruise itinerary I (7-8 nights) Yokohama (Tokyo) - Shimizu,

Japan - Kumano, Japan - Kochi, Japan - Kanmon Straits,

Japan (scenic cruising) - Busan, South Korea - Yatsushiro,

Japan - Yokohama (Tokyo)

Cruise itinerary II (13-16 nights): Yokohama (Tokyo) -

Kanmon Straits (scenic cruising) - Busan, South Korea

- Kanmon Straits (scenic cruising) - Yokkaichi, Japan

- Yokohama (Tokyo), Japan - Kushiro, Japan - Korsakov

(Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk), Russia - Otaru, Japan - Hakodate,

Japan - Yokohama (Tokyo)

2018 Nights Itinerary Interior Oceanview Balcony Mini-Suite

21 Jun 13 I* £2099 £2329 £2789 £3089

21 Jun 21 II* £2999 £3489 £3969 £4499

29 Jun 13 I* £2169 £2299 £2769 SOLD OUT

29 Jun 21 II* £3029 £3529 £3999 £4699

7 Jul 13 I* £2299 £2449 £2879 £3369

23 Jul 13 I* £2549 £2899 £3129 £3599

11 Aug 12 I £2399 £2539 £2929 £3399

18 Aug 18 II £2649 £2829 £3539 £4339

23 Aug 13 I* £2249 £2389 £2839 £3299

31 Aug 13 I* £2199 £2369 £2799 £3279

8 Sep 18 II* £2649 £3079 £3499 £4349

13 Sep 13 I* £2239 £2389 £2799 £3299

13 Sep 21 II* £2979 £3479 £3949 £4649

4 Oct 13 I* £2199 £2349 £2799 £3099

12 Oct 20 II* £2829 £3249 £3699 £4199

*Cruise itinerary varies

Call now to book: 0800 082 2170 or visit

www.jetlinecruise.com/cruise-packages/mount-fuji-bullet-train-japan-cruise-286

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