8 Days 6 Nights Japan  Hiroshima/Shikoku

Day 1       Kuala Lumpur / Singapore / Hiroshima    SQ 119 ( 2030/2130 )+ MI 868 ( ( 0145/0900 )
Assemble at Kuala Lumpur International Airport to check in for the flight to Japan [Hiroshima].

Day 2      ( 0900am ) Arrive  Hiroshima : Peace Memorial Museum ~ Itsukushima Shrine

Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum

“The Peace Memorial Museum” collects and displays belongings left by the victims. Photos, and other materials that convey the horror of that event, supplemented by exhibits that describe Hiroshima before and after the bombings and others that present the current status of the nuclear age.


Itsukushima Shrine ( Included Ferry )

It is in the city of Hatsukaichi in Hiroshima Prefecture in Japan. The shrine complex is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and the Japanese government has designated several buildings and possessions as National Treasures.

Breakfast: Hotel               //   Lunch: Japanese Cuisine                //   Dinner: Hiroshima Cuisine with Teppan Oyster
Hotel: Hiroshima. Hiroshima Grand Prince  Hotel     or similar

Day 3    Hiroshima ~  cross Edo Sea Bridge from Hiroshima to Shikoku ~ Dogo Onsen









Proceed to Shikoku from Hiroshima by Great Seto Bridge .

Shikoku.  Dogo Onsen Street ( king used onsen , the oldest spa in Japan)

Dogo-onsen Hot Spring, located in Matsuyama, the capital of Ehime, is the oldest spa in Japan, which is said to have a 3 thousand years of history. A legend says that it healed a deity’s illness in ancient time. Its good quality spring with noteworthy traditions and easily accessible from downtown have made Dogo-onsen a very popular destination.

Karakuri Clock &  soak your feet at roadside natural Hot Spring

Places that able to relax your feet in this magnificent mini hot spring located right in Hojoen Square near the station and clock. There are many people sitting on benches around the bath dipping their tired feet in the hot water spewing from a Meiji Era iron pot

Breakfast: Hotel               //   Lunch: Japanese  Cuisine              //   Dinner: Hotel Japanese  Cuisine             
Hotel: Dogo. Prince Hotel (Hot Spring)       or similar

Day 4   Dogo ~ ( Riding Botchan Steam Trains ) ~ Matsuyama : Matsuyama Castle ~ Seaview Tourist  Train with lunch

Dogo ( Riding Botchan Steam Trains ) Matsuyama

Has an excellent system of trams for getting around the city. One other train worth riding at least once is the Botchan Steam Train, which runs two routes from a Meiji-era period piece wooden station at Dogo Onsen to both Matsuyama-shi station or Komachi Station and then back again.

Matsuyama Castle ( Included Lift Chair )

Is one of Japan’s most beautiful original castles. It is located on Katsuyama, a steep hill in the city center which provides visitors to the castle with a bird’s eye view of Matsuyama and the Seto Inland Sea.

Seaview Tourist  Train with lunch and enjoy the Fantastic sea scenery

Yawatahama TrainIncluded Lunch):13:28 from Matsuyama towards southYawatahama Station
「Iyo-Kaminada Line」is a tourist train,this train are the 4th year of operation in 2018,this train was the First of top ten Tourist Train,you can enjoy the leisure of the railway trip、the beauty sea view of Iyo Beach,and can also take a leisure Breakfast、Lunch and High-Tea by appointment。The train will stopover at「Shimonada Station」 with a longer period, so that the passenger can take a short break and walk around,this little station are very near to the sea,and also has the most beautiful view throughout the  Iyo-Kaminada Line。

Breakfast: Hotel               //   Lunch: Japanese Cuisine              //   Dinner: Japanese Cuisine
Hotel: Dogo. Prince Hotel (Hot Spring)      or similar

Day 5   Dogo ~  Imabari Towel Art Center ~ Kazurabashi Bridge ~ Iya Valley / Oboke Gorge Cruise   ~ Takamatsu

 Imabari Towel Art Center

The Imabari towel has been in production since 1894 when the cotton flannel machine was converted for manufacturing towels. Today about 4,000 looms and 3,000 employees in Imabari produce an annual shipment value of 50 billion yen, which forms more than 60% of the entire towel production in Japan.

Iya Valley : Kazurabashi Bridge (Japan Top Three Old Bridge)

In the past, suspension bridges made of mountain vines (kazurabashi) were one of the only ways to easily move people and goods across the river of the of the Iya Valley. History is unclear about their origins, but legend says that they were either first raised by Kobo Daishi, founder of the Shingon Sect of Japanese Buddhism, or created by Heike refugees hiding in the area after their defeat in the Gempei War (1180-1185) as a means of quickly cutting off access to the valley.

Iya Valley : Japan Top Three Mystery
Oboke Gorge ( Included Boat Ride)Oboke Gorge (大歩危, Ōboke) and neighboring Koboke Gorge (小歩危) are little ways downstream, narrow, steep sided gorges near the entrance to the Iya Valley and popularly combined with a visit to the area. Cut by the swirling rapids of the Yoshino River, their names mean “big dangerous steps” and “small dangerous steps” as their jagged, rocky walls can be perilous to navigate.
Breakfast: Hotel               //   Lunch: Japanese Cuisine              //   Dinner: Japanese BBQ
Hotel: Takamatsu. Rihga Royal Hotel       or similar

Day 6     Takamatsu ~Tokushima

Kankakei , Include one way cable car】
The gorge of Kankakei (寒霞渓 Kanka-kei) is a nationally designated Place of Scenic Beauty on the island of Shōdo-shima, Kagawa Prefecture, Japan. Part of the Setonaikai National Park, the heights rise to 812 m. The area is celebrated for its Japanese maple trees. Volunteers formed a preservation society in 1898 and when, in 1912, expropriation of the area was attempted, a soy sauce magnate stepped in to ensure its preservation. In 1927 Kankakei was selected as one of the 100 Landscapes of Japan.
Takamatsu. Ritsurin Park

Is a landscape garden in Takamatsu City, built by the local feudal lords during the early Edo Period. Considered one of the best gardens in Japan, it is often suggested that Ritsurin Koen deserves a spot on the list of the “three most beautiful gardens of Japan” alongside Kanazawa’s Kenrokuen, Mito’s Kairakuen and Okayama’s Korakuen.

 Awa-Hall ( Enjoy Tokushima Awa-Odori Folk Dance )

This Tokushima festival features folkdances performed to welcome the souls of ancestors in the Bon season, from July to August. The dance dates back to 1587 when the Feudal Lord Hachisuka Iemasa (1558-1638), in celebration of newly-built Tokushima Castle, offered sake to the people of the castle town; the citizens became so drunk they started to dance in an unsteady gait.

Breakfast: Hotel               //         Lunch: Japanese Cuisine              //   Dinner: Japanese Steamboat Cuisine             
Hotel: Tokushima. Daiwa Roynet Hotel       or similar

Day 7     Tokushima ~ Pass By Awaji Island ~ Naruto Strait Bridge~ Osaka

Naruto Strait Bridge – Witness the 20m large whirlpools are impressive

The Naruto whirlpools occur along the Shikoku coast of the Naruto Strait, and are created by the large volumes of water moving between the Seto Inland Sea and the Pacific Ocean between high and low tide, combined with the unique underwater geography of the narrow strait.

Enjoy Shopping at Mitsui Outlet
Dotonbori / Shinsaibashi Shopping Street

There are many restaurants, shops ….. .

Breakfast: Hotel             //              Lunch: Kobe Beef  ( or Pork)                //   Dinner: Crab set Meal
Hotel: Osaka. Sunroute Namba Hotel        or similar

  Day 8    Osaka /Singapore/ Kuala Lumpur     SQ 619 ( 1100/1710) + MI 342 (1955/2100)
After breakfast, transfer to Airport for the flight back home.


** The sequence of itinerary, meals and hotel arrangement are subject to the final adjustment of the local ground operator. **                                                                                                                                                                       



by Singapore  Airline :   

Tour Fare (Twin Share) : ( Included Air Ticket , airport tax,  tips , Travel Insurance  & 20” trolley  bag)

RM 9088 / Per Person – 28 MAR 2022 (Sakura)
RM 9088 / Per Person – 23 NOV 2022 (Maple)

 Hello’s Tour Leader (English / Mandarin/Malay speaking) + local guide (Mandarin speaking)

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