• March Japan & South Korea - 2024

11Days 9 Nights Japan Korea

Cherry Blossoms Tour

Departure date: 2024/03/22 - 2024/04/01


Product Highlights:

  • Tour dazzling Tokyo, a city of ancient traditions coupled with state-of-the-art technology
  • Discover Kyoto, founded in the 8th century, one of the early capitals of Japan.
  • Stand before the celebrated gold-gilded Kinkaku-ji Temple, known as the "Golden Pavilion"
  • Marvel at the Fushimi Inari Shrine, with its endless arcades of vermilion colored torii
  • Visit dramatic Osaka Castle with its extraordinary collection of art, armor and collectibles
  • Walking through bustling Dotonbori Market, with vendors selling Japanese food and others.
  • To experience for oneself zero distance in connecting with hundreds of freely roaming deer in the beautiful Nara Park in Osaka.
  • Seoul, capital of South Korea where pop culture meets ancient temples.
  • To learn about the history of conflict between the North and South at the Korean Demilitarized Zone.
  • Tour Bukchon village with its remarkable collection of traditional hanok houses.
  • To visit the Korea's most iconic parks which is famed for its views, clear mountain streams and vibrant flora and fauna- Seoraksan National Park via cable car,
  • Tour Seoul top landmark, Gyeongbokgung Palce, the first and largest of the royal palaces built during the Joseon Dynasty.
  • If you are a Korea Drama fan, Nami Island is a must visit attraction. This island gained international fame as the filming location for the hit Korean drama, Winter Sonata.
  • Songwol-dong Fairy Tale Street, the volourful village was inspired by classic fairy tales from around the world.
  • Dongdaemun and Myeongdong - the largest two shopping venues in Korea the best places to find the trendy clothes, accessories and specialties of Korea.
  • Tasty meals that serve the native Japan and Korea food such as: eel on the rice, sumo hotpot, Japanese tofu, sashimi and tempura, Grilled pork belly, Bibimbap, ginseng chicken rice with soup, and world know "kimchi" and side dishes.


Tour introduction:

【Mar 22】D1|Home- Narita Tokyo,Japan(Airport code:NRT)

Depart for Japan - Narita, Tokyo, Japan. on flight

【Mar 23】 D2 | Arrive Narita Tokyo Airport

Arrive in dynamic Tokyo- Narita International Airport. Tour guide will meet up with all the VIP customers and give a brief welcome orientation. If time allows, we will visit time Narita Shinshoji Temple and Omotesando before transfer to the hotel.

After dinner, transfer to hotel for rest.

【NaritasanShinshoji Temple】NaritasanShinshoji Temple is a Buddhist temple in Narita City, Chiba Prefecture, Japan. Since the establishment of Mount Narita, Gogoma rituals have been held continuously to pray for world peace and for people who come to visit to make wishes to have their wishes come true.

【Omotesandō】Omotesando is a common word for a path leading to the temple or shrine Narita Omotesando is an old Edo Period road lined with traditional souvenir shops and restaurants, leading up to Narita -san Temple.

Dinner: Welcome dinner

Hotel:Narita Airport Hilton Hotel or similar

【Mar 24】 D3 |Tokyo-Yamanashi

【Nijubashi Bridge】Located in front of the main entrance of the Imperial Palace, across the inner moat, it is a recognized symbol of Japan; it is guarded by an honor guard of the Imperial Palace Guards, and is only accessible on special dates. Nijubashi is one of the best photo spots in Tokyo, where you can take photos with the Imperial Palace, which is full of Edo heritage. The moat under the bridge is considered the most beautiful part of the Imperial Palace, reflecting the weeping willows and the double bridge, full of history and tranquility.

【Ginza】There are 8 streets in Ginza. Central Street runs from 1-chome to 8-chome, among which the 4-chome intersection is the most prosperous. It is home to flagship stores of the world's top brands such as Hermès and Louis Vuitton, as well as high-end department stores such as Ginza Mitsukoshi and Wako.

【Sensoji Temple】Located in Taito District, Tokyo, it is a historic and popular temple in Tokyo and the center of the Asakusa area. The main deity enshrined is Saint Guanyin. The symbol of Sensoji Temple is the Wind and Thunder Gate at the entrance. On the left and right are the God of Wind and God of Thunder who guard the temple. A huge red lantern with the word "Thunder Gate" hanging on the gate is very impressive.

【Nakamise-dori Street】There are nearly a hundred shops on both sides of this approximately 250-meter road, selling a variety of local products, food, etc. It is bustling with tourists all year round and is very lively. It is a good place to pick up souvenirs. After passing the Kaminarimon Gate, you will arrive at Nakamise Shopping Street. On both sides of the straight road are the illuminated signs of each store. Red lanterns are often hung under the green roof, which is very distinctive.

【Ueno Park】(Limited to groups departing during the cherry blossom season from March 15 to April 15) Whenever the cherry blossoms are in full bloom in spring, this is the best place to enjoy them. Mr. Lu Xun once described it as "when the cherry blossoms in Ueno are in full bloom, they look like crimson light clouds."

**If we have extra time on the day, we can add [Shinjuku Kabukicho] to the itinerary. subject to traffic conditions on the day.**

Breakfast: Hotel| Lunch: Local specialty |Dinner:Hot spring dinner

Hotel:Raki House KAIJI (to be confirmed)

【Mar 25】 D4 |Yamanashi-Gifu

【Mount Fuji】Mount Fuji is the tallest peak in Japan, spanning dormant volcanoes in Shizuoka and Yamanashi prefectures, close to the Pacific coast. It is the highest peak in Japan and one of the largest active volcanoes in the world. It is currently dormant. (If the mountain is closed, take the Mount Fuji 1st station or the museum)

【OshinoHakkai】The "OshinoHakkai" is so named because of the eight clear springs scattered in an orderly manner; it is the eight clear freshwater springs filtered by the melted snow water of Mount Fuji that flows through the ground: Ogama Pond, Bottom Mu Pond , Chozi Pond, Zhuo Pond, Yong Pond, Mirror Pond, Iris Pond and Exit Pond. These spring pools are almost 8-10 meters deep and crystal clear. There are various fish in the pool, reflecting the surrounding flowers and trees. The scenery is natural and exquisite, very beautiful.

【Lake Yamanakako】Lake Yamanaka is a freshwater lake on the Yamanashi side of Mount Fuji in Japan. It is one of the Fuji Five Lakes. It is the largest lake among the Fuji Five Lakes and the highest lake among the Fuji Five Lakes. It is the third largest lake in Japan. Swans are called white birds in Japan. Every year at the turn of winter and spring, swans fly here, so this is a veritable swan lake, also known as the "Lake of White Birds."

Breakfast:Hotel |Lunch:Special meal |Dinner:Japanese set meal

Hotel:Spring Sunny Hotel (Reserved)

【Mar 26】 D5 |Gifu-kyoto-Osaka

【Kiyomizu Temple】The suspended Kiyomizu stage in front of the main hall is a Japanese national treasure. It is surrounded by green trees and the cherry blossoms bloom in spring. It is one of the famous cherry blossom viewing spots in Kyoto.

【Fushimi Inari Taisha】Fushimi Inari Taisha Shrine in Japan was built in the 8th century and is mainly dedicated to worshiping the Inari gods headed by Uga no Tamaki. Inari is the god of agriculture and commerce. Pilgrims come to worship the god to pray for good harvests, prosperous business, and safe transportation. It is one of the most popular shrines in Kyoto.【Gion】Kyoto's most famous geisha district, located around Shijo Avenue between Yasaka Shrine in the east and the Kamo River in the west. You can find traditional old bildings with lantern-lit yards and upscale town-house-style restaurants that look like a scene from a fairy tale.

【Hanamikoji Dori】Hanami-koji Street is a main street crossing Gion north to south from Sanjo to Kenninji Temple. It is "koji" (small alley), but the street is wide and lively with lots of stores hosting many tourists. The Teahouse district still maintains the traditional ambience in the district from Shijo-dori to the south.

【Yasaka Shrine】Located in the Higashiyama area of Kyoto, Japan, it is the headquarters of approximately 3,000 Yasaka Shrines in Japan. Yasaka Shrine was originally called "Gion Shrine", "Gion Shrine", and "Gion Kanshinin". Later, after the separation of gods and Buddhas, it was renamed Yasaka Shrine. Yasaka Shrine enshrines the gods such as Sumitomon, Kushida Himeimei, and Hachizumomiko-godami. The annual sacrificial event held by Yasaka Shrine is called the Gion Matsuri. It is also called the Kanda Matsuri in Tokyo and the Tenjin Matsuri in Osaka. Japan's three major festivals.

**May visit [Shinjuku Kabukicho] if time allows, subject to the traffic conditions on the day.

Breakfast: Hotel |Lunch:Sashimi boat + tofu soup |Dinner:Japanese cusine

Hotel: Grand Prince Hotel Osaka Bay (Reserved)

【Mar 27】 D6 |Osaka-Nara-Osaka

【Nara Park】Nara Park is located on the east side of Nara City, at the foot of Mount Kasuga. Established in 1880, it is the location of many of Nara's main attractions including Todaiji, Kasuga Taisha, Kofukuji and the Nara National Museum. It is also home to hundreds of freely roaming deer. Since the lovely deers become the centre of attraction and people also call the park "Sika Deer Park".

【Kasuga Taisha】It is a Shinto religious place of worship in Japan. It enshrines the four guardian spirits of the Fujiwara family. It is now an important place of worship in Japan. The entire shrine relies on the foot of Kasugayama, surrounded by green and beautiful vegetation. Kasugayama has always been forbidden to cut down, so everything here looks natural and ancient.

【Osaka Castle Park】Located in the center of Osaka, the park's iconic landscape is the Osaka Castle Castle - famous to some for its incredibly well-built stone wall, which is impressive in its sheer size, with an estimated 500000 to 1 million large stones (up to 12 kg) having been used in its construction.

【Shinsaibashi-suji Shopping Street】As the largest shopping area in Osaka, it is home to many boutiques and specialty stores. Shinsaibashi developed from the center of the Shinsaibashi-suji shopping street with arcade facilities. Large department stores, century-old stores, and various small shops all lined up here.

【Dotonbori】At the heart of Osaka lies Dotonbori, a bustling district that has become a go-to destination for tourists and locals alike. With its vibrant nightlife, delectable cuisine, and diverse shopping options, it's also best known for its iconic glowing signboards that adorn the canal.

Breakfast: Hotel |Lunch:Tempura |Dinner:Barbeque style

Hotel:Izumisano Center Hotel or similar (Reserved)

【Mar 28】 D7 |Osaka-Inchon (Airport code:KIX-ICN)

After breakfast, transfer to the airport at the designated time and fly to Incheon, South Korea (**International air tickets are not included, please take care of yourself).

After meet up with the tour guide, we will begin our journey in Seoul, Korea. The fist visit [Songwol-dong Fairy Tale Village], [Jajangmyeon Museum], and [Incheon Chinatown].

【Songwol-dong Fairy Tale Village】Songwol-dong Fairy Tale Village is like a huge 3D fairy tale painted village, with fairy tales from various countries as the theme. In addition to the beautiful painted graffiti on the walls of the houses, there are also many three-dimensional fairy tale dolls arranged and landscaped.

【Jajangmyeon Museum】The museum presents the birth of Jajangmyeon, the black bean noodles. This imaginative museum celebrates the origins of the much-loved noodle dish jajangmyeon, thought to be adapted from the snacks of Chinese labourers who came over from Shangdong Province to work in Incheon's Open port area at the turn of the 20th century. Shows the different varieties eaten in Korea, and how it's cooked. The museum was formerly a Chinese restaurant “Gonghwachun, built in 1908, and reconstructed into a museum and was opened in April 2012 in Chinatown.

【Incheon Chinatown】Chinatown is the only official Chinatown in South Korea, and one of the earliest having formed in 1884. There are a number of restaurants and tourist attractions in the area. It features an 11-meter high Chinese –style gateway “Paifang in Chinese”

Breakfast: Hotel |Lunch:Light lunch |Dinner:Korean food

Hotel:Howard Johnson Inchon Airport or similar

【Mar 29】 D8 |Inchon - Gangwon-do

【Namiseom Island】Located on the outskirts of Seoul, South Korea, Nami Island is a half – moon shaped river island located in Chuncheon, Gangwon Province, South Korea, formed as the land around it was inundated by the rising water of the North Han River as the result of the construction of Cheongpyeong Dam in 1944. It's attracted millions of tourist all year around and especially the K Drama fan.

【Soraksan National Park】One of South Korea's most beloved and beautiful national parks, and a Unesco Biosphere Protection site, Seoraksan is most celebrated for its oddly shaped rock formations and ancient Silla-era temples.

【Sinheungsa Temple】It is a historic Buddhist temple located in the Seoraksan National Park in South Korea. It was established in the 7th Century and rebuilt several times over the centuries. The temple is home to several important cultural relics, including the Daeungjeon main hall and a three-stone pagoda.

【Hot spring, sauna】Hot spring water is available all year round, so you can feel the atmosphere of Seorak Mountain and experience the fun of hot springs. (Please bring your own personal swimwear and other supplies)

Breakfast: Hotel |Lunch:Korean specialty |Dinner:Korean style

Hotel:Sonohotel & sresorts or similar

【Mar 30】 D9|Gangwon-do-Seoul

【Petite France】Is a home to a plethora of beautifully cotton candy colored French style buildings in the mountains of Gapyeong. The village would be especially beautiful in the spring when the cherry blossoms are blooming.

【Blue House】(Viewing in the large courtyard) South Korea's political center gathers here, symbolizing South Korea's highest political power and becoming the official residence of the South Korean president. The Blue House is named after the blue tiles on the main building, which is also one of its most distinctive features.

【Gyeongbokgung Palace】Seoul's landmark building has a history of more than 600 years and is the most representative historical building in South Korea.

【Bukchon Hanok Village】Located between Gyeongbokgung Palace, Changdeokgung Palace, and Jongmyo Shrine, it is a place with a dense concentration of traditional Korean houses. It is also the most representative traditional residence in Seoul. There are many historical sites, cultural heritage, and folklore materials everywhere, so it is called a city. Street museum in the center.

【East Gate】During the Joseon Dynasty, Heunginjimun Gate (Dongdaemun) was one of eight city gates along the historic Seoul City Wall and it served as the main gate for the eastern part of the city. It is also known for its exquisite architecture and beauty; the gate is also a spectacular sight at night.

Breakfast: hotel |Lunch:Korean cusine |Dinner:Korean set meal

Hotel:Swiss Grand Hotel or similar/

【Mar 31】 D10|Seoul-Inchon

【N Seoul Tower】Located in Namsan, Yongsan District, Seoul, South Korea, N Seoul Tower is also called Namsan Tower. It is located at an altitude of about the top of Namsan Mountain at 240 meters, more than 200 meters high, is a major landmark of Seoul

【Military Demarcation Line 】The Military Demarcation Line, sometimes referred to as the Armistice Line, is the land border or demarcation line between North Korea and South Korea. On either side of the line is the Korean Demilitarized Zone.

【Myeong Dong】Located in Jung-gu, Seoul, it is a representative shopping street in South Korea. Myeongdong has a variety of spots to visit from tons of shopping spots including big fancy department stores, trendy local shops, malls and an array of cosmetic stores to historical cathedral and N Seoul tower. .

【Hongda Street】Hongdae is a site full of artistic sentiment and have unique and innovative decorations. It also known for its urban arts and indie music culture, local shops, clubs and entertainment. The site is located in Mapo District in the western end of Seoul.

Breakfast: in hotel |Lunch:Seafood buffet |Dinner:Farewell dinner

Hotel:Howard Johnson Inchon Airport or similar

Apr 01 D11 |Inchon-Home(Airport code:INC)

After breakfast , you will transfer to the airport in a designated time to fly home.

Breakfast: in hotel


Cost includes:

  • All inclusive tour included tour, coach, tour guide, driver, hotel, meals all listed in the itinerary, admission all listed in the itinerary.
  • Driver and tour guide works from 8am to 8pm daily. Overtime fee will be charged once exceed the range. (Overtime fee: $10000 yen per hours)
  • All airport transfer at a designated time.


Cost excludes:

  • Single room difference
  • Gratuity: $120 per person
  • All International tickets involved in the trip.
  • Passengers are responsible to obtain any visa required by the designation countries base on their nationality and travel documents
  • Travel Insurance


Terms & Conditions:

  1. The tour fee does not include additional costs arising from unforeseen or unavoidable circumstances. Including personal needs, additional pick-up services due to flight delays/cancellations, war/potential threats of war, riots, civil strife, terrorist activities/threats of actual terrorist activities, natural disasters, severe environmental weather, etc. Force majeure If the tour is not possible due to factors, the registration fee will not be refunded;

  2. Once the reservation is made, it cannot be canceled or refunded. If the trip cannot be made due to national policies, regulations and other factors, the prepaid self-paid project will be refunded after deducting the handling fee. However, all losses other than the group payment must be borne by yourself;

  3. Guests must stay with the group throughout the entire journey. If they leave the group on their own during the tour, no refunds will be made on all fees;

  4. The tour organizer reserves the right to adjust the itinerary and hotel appropriately according to the actual situation. The pictures and information are for reference only, and the actual itinerary attractions shall prevail; the final interpretation right belongs to the tour organizer;

  5. If the pre-departure tour price does not include additional costs incurred due to unforeseen or unavoidable circumstances. Including personal needs, additional pick-up services due to flight delays/cancellations, war/potential threats of war, riots, civil strife, terrorist activities/threats of actual terrorist activities, natural disasters, severe environmental weather, etc. Force majeure Due to unavailability of the tour, cancellation or rescheduling is required. If the number of people who withdraw from the group is more than the group requirements, or less than 40 people, the entire group will be cancelled, and the group fee will be deducted according to the individual cancellation policy. Refunds for other additional hotels, round-trip international air tickets + domestic air tickets can only be determined according to the airline's cancellation regulations or the service needs to refer to the hotel's rules to determine whether refunds can be made;

  6. If you withdraw from the trip or fail to participate in any itinerary due to personal reasons (lack of travel documents, late arrival, illness, accident, etc.), the paid tour fee will not be refunded, nor will it be compensated with other services;

  7. To ensure a smooth and complete trip, tourists are responsible for strictly abiding by the gathering time given by the tour guide. If it is more than ten minutes before the meeting time, the bus will leave without waiting. We wholeheartedly provide punctual service, but if there are uncontrollable factors such as weather, traffic, mechanical failure, strikes, government shutdowns, wars and terrorist attacks, the tour operator cannot guarantee that you will arrive at the pick-up location on time. The tour operator is not responsible for any inconvenience caused to guests due to travel delays caused by this reason, or additional expenses such as related flight, train or bus fees, and other travel expenses.


Customer Cancellation Policy:

120 days or more prior to departure $100 per person
119 to 90 days prior to departure 25% of full fare
89 to 70 days prior to departure 35% of full fare
69 to 50 days prior to departure 50% of full fare
49 to 30 days prior to departure 75% of full fare
29 days or less prior to departure 100% of full fare