Journey along the Hakone Skyline road where you may, if the sky is clear, see iconic Mt Fuji dominate the horizon.
Discover the natural beauty of Hokkaido and the energy of the island's city, Sapporo, with a three-night stay.
On Sado Island, the rhythms of a traditional taiko drum performance elevates your dining experience.
We meet and transfer you to your hotel. There’s time to head out on your own before dinner.
Stay: Three Nights, Conrad Tokyo or similarDaily :
Sink your teeth into Tokyo today, visiting Meiji Shrine, Sensoji Temple and the Imperial Palace Plaza. Later, enjoy your first Signature Experience for this trip. Enjoy free time afterwards.Daily :
Spend most of the day out of the city in Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park, home to the instantly recognisable Mt Fuji. On the way to Hakone, stop in at Honma Yosegi Museum. The journey then takes you along the Hakone Skyline road to the Hakone Open-Air Museum. On a clear day, you might see Mt Fuji along the way.Daily :
Make the trip north to Hakodate aboard a bullet train. After arriving, head straight for Fort Goryokaku, then ascend the ropeway to the top of Mt Hakodate. The views of the city while the sun is setting are not to be missed.
Stay: La Vista Hakodate Bay or similarDaily :
Visit volcanic Lake Toya in Shikotsu-Toya National Park and look for the steady trail of white smoke from Mt Usu. Enjoy the local cuisine before travelling to Sapporo.
Stay: Three Nights, JR Tower Hotel Nikko Sapporo or similarDaily :
Get to know Sapporo, taking in the Clock Tower, Hokkaido Shrine and more. After lunch, you’ll appreciate a visit to the Sapporo Beer Museum, which includes tastings.Daily :
Travel to Otaru where you’ll take a guided tour of the canal area. Visit a whisky distillery, one of the country’s most celebrated, before returning to Sapporo for the night.Daily :
Fly to Niigata, where your ship is waiting with drinks and dinner to welcome you aboard.
Stay: 12 Nights, MS Caledonian SkyDaily :
Your time on Sado Island is enhanced by a Signature Experience. See the Edo-period homes in the village of Shukunegi and ride in the tarai-bune boats used for abalone fishing.Daily :
Taste your way through Omicho Ichiba Market before visiting Kenroku-en Gardens. After lunch, see if you can spot geisha as you take a walk through the Higashi Chaya Gai area.Daily :
The Oki Islands are blessed with rugged coastlines and ancient forests. From Nishinoshima, the day is yours to explore.Daily :
Back on the mainland, Matsue is the next stop. Discover Matsue how you like with your choice of sightseeing. Reconvene in the afternoon for a visit to Yuushien Garden, the region’s largest Japanese-style garden.Daily :
Arrive in Hagi in time for a tour. Walk through streets lined with merchant houses to the ruins of Hagi Castle in Shizuki Park.Daily :
Wake up to South Korean shores. You’ll experience an entirely new culture today in Masan with a Signature Experience. Back at Masan, wander through the lively fish market.Daily :
Another day in South Korea brings you to the city of Gyeongju. Try typical South Korean fare over lunch and watch a traditional dance performance.Daily :
From Ube, your first stop is the five-storied Pagoda of Rurikoji Temple. Later, at the Fujigochi Tea Plantation, see where the local Ono Tea is produced.Daily :
You’ll spend the first half of the day on Miyajima Island. It’s then onto Hiroshima where you’ll have a choice of sightseeing.Daily :
Visit the tea garden of Koraku-en and try matcha green tea. Continue to Kurashiki and explore the old merchant quarter and canals. Finish the day at the Ohara Museum of Art.Daily :
Venture inside the walls of World Heritage-listed Himeji Castle. Later, at the Koko-en Japanese garden, stroll across bridges arching over koi-filled ponds.Daily :
At Kobe, you’ll be transferred to Osaka airport where the journey comes to an end.Daily :
Enjoy a travel experience like no other and gaze out your window to the passing landscapes aboard a Bullet Train.
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