Saturday, August 1, 2009
Travel Japan by H.I.S. falls for 'Crimson Foliage' Tour
Travel Japan by H.I.S. has fused Japan's colourful autumn season with the opportunity to sample many elements of the country's unique culture as part of a fully escorted 'Crimson Foliage' tour departing Tokyo in late November 2009.
The 12-day program has been timed to visit several of the destination's best known parks and woodlands when in full autumnal mode. These include Saitama, Kanazawa, Takayama and Kyoto.
The tour also provides hands on opportunities to sample Japanese culture with calligraphy and tea ceremony lessons, flower arranging and cooking classes.
Visits to a sake brewery and a Kabuki theatre are also included.
A full day visiting Mount Fuji and Hakone, famous for its hot springs and natural beauty, has also been built into the full but comfortably paced itinerary.
Prices start from $5585* per person twin share with featured accommodation including an overnight stay at a traditional Ryokan Inn.
Meals as per itinerary include 11 breakfasts, three lunches and four dinners one of which provides an opportunity to sample the world famous 'wagyu'; beef unique to the Takayama region.
The tour cost also includes all sightseeing.
*Conditions apply. Please note the price does not include international airfares.
For more information please contact:
Travel Japan by H.I.S.
T: (02) 9267 3333 or toll free on 1800 802 552
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