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Lights of Japan and Korea

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Itinerary

Day 1: Seoul.-
Welcome to Korea! Transfer to hotel in group transport.  where we meet our guide.   

18.00hrs- At the end of the afternoon, we are going to enter this fascinating country and with our guide we will go on the modern and efficient underground (we will be taught to use this public transport) to City Hall to see this building shaped like a tsunami. In front of the City Hall, we will also see the Deoksugung Palace, which is lit up at night and which allows us to appreciate the tradition and modernity of this country together. On foot, we will then go from here to the district of Myeongdong, the largest and busiest shopping area in Korea. Its name means ‘brilliant tunnel’. Dinner included in a local restaurant.   

21.30hrs- Return to the hotel.
Day 2: Seoul.-
08.30hrs- Today we include a tour of the city of Seoul lasting five hours. We will see Changdeokgung Palace. This is a World Heritage Site formed by a group of palaces inside a large park. After the visit, we will go to Bukchon Hanok Village, a traditional historical neighbourhood with tiny houses. we will visit the War Memorial, an impressive war museum that tells of the different conflicts suffered by Korea during its history, particular the Korean War with the United Nations in which soldiers from many different countries took part.    

Note: The Gyeongbokgung Palace closes on Tuesday. This visit will be made the next day. 
     
13.00hrs.- Lunch included in a local restaurant.  
14.00hrs.- We continue to the District of Gangnam where there are numerous shopping and entertainment centers. To finish, we stop at LOTTE WORLD TOWER, an impressive 550 m building where there will be time to climb the tower (entrance not included) or stroll in the park or around the luxury shopping centres.    

16.30hrs.- Return to the city centre or to the hotel and free time.
Day 3: Seoul- Suwon- Jeonju.-
Total distance:  227km 

08.00hrs.- Today we include a visit to Gyeongbokgung Palace, an impressive palace that is 600 years old, where we will see the Changing of the Guard ceremony (if scheduled). 

10.00hrs.- Afterwards we leave Seoul to the south of Korea.    
11.00hrs.- SUWON. Arrival to the former capital of Korea, a World Heritage Site famous for its walls Heritage of Mankind. We will stop at the Samsung Innovation Museum to learn about the history of this famous technological company.    

Note: The visit to the Samsung Innovation Museum is not always guaranteed. If this visit has to be cancelled, we will then visit Samsung D´light in Seoul.   

12.15hrs.- We will see the impressive wall with its fortifications and will visit Hwaseong Haenggung, the summer palace.   

13.30hrs- Lunch included.   

14.30hrs.- Suwon departure. 
16.30hrs- JEONJU, we will see with our guide its fascinating old town (Hanok Village), with its tiny houses, traditional shops and art galleries.  Free time to stroll after the tour.
Day 4: Jeonju- Haeinsa- Daegu- Haedong Yonggung- Busan.-
Total distance:  405 km 
Paisagens: We cross high mountains. Very beautiful landscapes in the area of the Haeinsa National Park.    

07.30hrs.- Jeonju. Departure amidst impressive mountain forest scenery.  
09.30hrs.- HAEINSA, arrival to this Buddhist temple built in the year 802 where we discover the Tripitaka, the most complete collection of Buddhist texts engraved on 80,000 blocks of wood. We will visit the temple and the museum on the Tripitaka.    

11.30hrs.- Haeinsa. Departure.  
12.45hrs.- DAEGU. Arrival. This city was a well-known center in oriental traditional medicine. Here we see the market of traditional medicines with its different herbs, and especially ginseng, and the Museum of Oriental medicine. Lunch included.   

15.00hrs.- Daegu.- Departure. 
16.45hrs.- We travel to HAEDONG YONGGUNG, 14th century Buddhist temple located by the sea.   

17.45hrs.- Haedong Yonggung.- Departure. 
18.45hrs.- BUSAN, arrival to this extremely modern city, the second most important in Korea. Lively coastal city with large skyscrapers.  
Day 5: Busan- Ferry Busan- Shimonoseki.-
Note: In the evening we will board a ferry to Japan. Do not forget bring your passport. 
Note: The itinerary for the night journey may be occasionally modified due to availability or weather conditions. Sometimes the ferry will be from Busan to Fukuoka (similar schedule).   

09.00hrs.- City tour in BUSAN the second largest city in Korea, full of life. We will visit the fantastic Doosan Haeundae complex with its more than 300 m skyscraper and its sports marina. We continue to the memorial to the United Nations with its cemetery were people from numerous countries are buried. We approach the largest fish market in the country, which is alongside Nampo port. Lunch included. Then we walk from there to Yongdusan park with its immense 120 m pagoda. Free time.   

16.00/13.30 hrs- Transfer to the port to embark on the ferry (Note: limit time to check in at 17.30hrs). Don’t forget to bring your passport. The departure of the ferry is scheduled at 21.00hrs- We spend the night on the ferry, crossing the Sea of Japan, in double cabins with bathrooms.
Day 6: Ferry Busan-Shimonoseki- Shimonoseki- Iwakuni- Itsukushima- Hiroshima.-
Total distance:  190km.   

07.45hrs- We dock at the port of Shimonoseki (breakfast not included)  and cross the border. Welcome to Japan!   

11.30hrs- IWAKUNI, we get to this small city where we will stop to admire the beautiful historic Kintai-Kyo Bridge.  

12.15hrs- We then continue to take a ferry to Miyajima, the island “where men and Gods live together in peace”, with its ITSUKUSHIMA shrine dedicated to the guardian of the seas, built partly over the sea. Here we have time to visit the temple, stroll through its attractive centre and have lunch. 
16.00hrs- Miyajima- Departure. We board a ferry and continue our journey. 
16.45hrs- HIROSHIMA, we get to the sadly famous as the site where the atomic bomb fell in 1945, which destroyed the whole city. We will visit the Peace Memorial Park, the Atomic bomb dome and the impressive Peace Memorial Museum. Dinner included.    

Note: If the number of travelers is less than 5, the section from Shimonoseki to Hiroshima can be made by high-speed train. In this case, the stop in Iwakuni will be suppressed (you will be informed in the voucher of "My Trip") and you will visit first Hiroshima and later Miyajima.
Day 7: Hiroshima - Matsuyama.
Distance travelled: Journey by boat. Crossing of about 50 km.  
Scenery: Interesting scenery on board, passing close to many different islands.  
Note: We recommend staying on deck to enjoy the crossing, but bring warm clothing. 

Today we will take a boat to the island of Shikoku. The crossing is extremely pleasant and takes two and a half hours, and discover that Japan is formed by many small islands. If there are no changes in the ferry times, it will leave at 09.20hrs (we leave the hotel at 08.30 hrs).
 
12.00hrs. – MATSUYAMA. Arrival. We will take the cable car and ascend to its impressive castle. Then we will visit ISHITE JI, a beautiful Buddhist temple and place of pilgrimage. Lunch included.

In the late afternoon we will visit DOGO ONSEN (admission included), a traditional Japanese bath built in the 19th century.   
  
Note: we highly recommend you to live the Onsen experience in Japan. There are rules that will be explained to you; The baths are separated by sex and a thorough cleaning must be carried out before entering the hot water naked. In Japanese Onsen they can prohibit the entry of people with tattoos.
  

Day 8: Matsuyama - Kotohira - Takamatsu - Naruto - Kobe.
Distance travelled: 345 km 
Scenery: Pleasant mountain scenery in some places. We walk along huge suspension bridges over the sea. Wear comfortable walking shoes for the journey.

7.30 hrs- Matsuyama.- Departure-. 
10.00 hrs.-  KOTOHIRA, a Shinto shrine dedicated to the God of fishermen and a place of pilgrimage built on Mount Zozu. To access it, it is necessary to climb 785 steps. Those who do not want to climb the mountain can enjoy sightseeing and visit the small Sake Museum (the traditional Japanese liqueur). 

12.00hrs.- Kotohira –Departure-. 
13.00 hrs.- TAKAMATSU. Visit to RITSURIN, one of the prettiest gardens in Japan. Lunch included in a local restaurant. 

15.00 hrs.- Takamatsu –Departure-. 
16.15 hrs.-  NARUTO, an impressive bridge that crosses the sea. We will stop to learn how it was built and walk along its glass floor with the impressive waves below us (depending on the times and tides) at a height of 45 metres. 

17.15hrs.- Naruto –Departure-. Pretty scenery as we cross huge suspension bridges. 
19.00hrs.- KOBE.- Arrival. Modern city by the sea, you can walk through its active center.
Day 9: Kobe - Osaka - Mount Koya.
In Kobe we visited the Earthquake Memorial Museum, a place to remind the tragic seism that devastated the city in 1995 and its perfect reconstruction. 

Note: Sometimes, the entrance to the Earthquake Museum may be modified by the Sake Museum or the climb to the Kobe Tower.   

10.30hrs- We continue to Osaka.  
11.15hrs- OSAKA, arrival to the second biggest city in Japan.  

12.00hrs- We will depart Osaka to visit, MOUNT KOYA, one of Japan’s sacred mountains and Japan’s main centre of Shingon Buddhism. There are 120 shrines and monasteries on this mountain which is a magical place of pilgrimage. We will visit Okuno Mausoleum, a spiritual place and an immense cemetery in the wilderness that has more than 200,000 graves. We will visit Kongobuji temple, built in 1593.   

Note: In winter, as it gets dark earlier, we will not have time to enter Kongobuji temple.    

We will spend this night at a Buddhist monastery. The monks will offer us a Zen meditation session (Ajikan). Dinner included (vegetarian food). There is religious ceremony at the temple early in the morning if you wish to attend it.    

Note: We consider the sojourn at the monastery as an experience of great existential value. The rooms at this place are modest, without bathrooms, in the traditional Japanese style with tatamis. Bathrooms are communal.
Day 10: Mount Koya - Kyoto.
Total distance: 130km.

Japanese breakfast at the temple. 
07.30hrs- We leave early for Kyoto.

10.00hrs- KYOTO, we spend the whole day in the city, which was the capital of Japan between 794 and 1868 and home to the Imperial Court. During World War II the city was the only major Japanese to escape the bombardments, and so it still preserves its wealth of artistic heritage; the famous protocol restricting greenhouse gas emissions was signed in Kyoto in 1997.

The visit includes a trip to one of the most important parts of the city. We will see the marvellous Shinto Shrine of Fushimi Inari, the Imperial Palace and Kinkakuji temple, “the golden pavilion” and its wonderful gardens.

19.00hrs- At night, a transfer to GION will be included, a busy traditional quarter famous for its Geisha. Free time. The return to the hotel will be free, we suggest you take a taxi. The guide will explain how.

Note: If you already visited Kyoto on your circuit, our guide will offer you information and advice on visiting the other parts of the city unaccompanied.


Day 11: Kyoto - Tsumago - Matsumoto.-Nagano
Total distance: 320 km.

08.00 hrs- We leave Kyoto to set out for Tsumago, passing attractive country scenery on our way. 
11.15 hrs- TSUMAGO. This small village with its wooden houses is one of the prettiest places in Japan. Free time to explore and  lunch included in a local restaurant. 

13.30 hrs- Tsumago departure.
14.45 hrs- MATSUMOTO, arrival to this tourist city, where we will visit the impressive 16th century castle, known as the “Crow Castle”. Free time to explore this bustling tourist city.

18.00hrs.- Matsumoto.- Departure. 
19.15hrs.- NAGANO, arrival. 

Note: In some tours, we will not sojourn in Nagano but in the town of Matsumoto.
Day 12: Nagano - Monkey Park - Kusatsu - Ikaho Onsen.
Total distance: 160 km
Scenery: Today our journey takes us through the beautiful Japanese Alps.
Note: Wear comfortable shoes to walk around the Monkey Park


Early in the morning, in NAGANO, we will visit Zenkoji temple, a pilgrimage site where the first Buddhist image of Japan is located. Passengers will have the opportunity to take part in the Gomakuyo ceremony that brings good luck.
 
10.30hrs- Nagano departure. We continue through the high mountains.
11.30hrs- Monkey Park, with lunch included and wander through its forests with their rivers and thermal fountains where colonies of Japanese monkeys live and bathe. 

13.45hrs- We leave the park, our journey takes us through beautiful mountain scenery (reaching an altitude of 2,172 metres) with semi-active volcanoes.
15.00hrs- KUSATSU is an attractive spa city with a lively main square. Our visit includes admission to the Yumomi performance, with actresses who sing songs about the traditional method for cooling spa waters. Then we can stroll through the city park with its outdoor Onsen.

17.45 hrs- Departure from Kustasu.
19.15hrs- IKAHO, arrival to a picturesque spa town where we will stroll in its ancient centre with its staircase streets. We will stay at a RYOKAN, a Japanese style hotel where we will continue to enjoy its baths. Traditional Japanese dinner included.  .

NB: In the autumn, depending on the amount of fruit in the mountains, the movement of the monkeys is unpredictable. If the macaques do not come down to the park, it may be closed. The visit to Kusatsu and the Yumoni show are cancelled due to the weather from November to April.


Day 13: Ikaho - Nikko - Tokyo.
Total distance: 310km

07.45hrs- Ikaho Onsen. Saída.
10.00hrs- NIKKO, a fantastic town where we will visit the impressive Nikko Toshogu Shrine and the hall of the crying dragon. We will also visit the Taiyuinbyo Mausoleum, set in an impressive, peaceful site, followed by a walk near the river, in Kanmangafuchi, under the watchful eye of hundreds of Jizo statues!
Free time for lunch and visit the city centre.-

15.30hrs- Departure to Tokyo.
18.30hrs- TOKYO.- arrival.
End of our services. Check the time of your flight in case you need an additional night.  
Day 14: Tokyo.-
In the morning, we take part in a 5-hour trip with our guide to see this amazing city, with its hustle and bustle and extremely modern districts that coexist with quiet, peaceful areas. Brief stop at the Zojoji Temple to make a beautiful photograph of the Tokyo Tower.  Pay attention to the hundred of Jizos, stone traditional protecting deities who guide us on our travels, give power to those who are weak (such children) and those in dangerous places, and who are dressed including hats, robes and windmills. Then we head to the junction of Shibuya, a junction that is said to be the most crowded in the world. The Meiji Temple is dedicated to the Emperor Meiji, his wife, and their spirits.  We continue on our bus along the elegant street of Omotesando. We will edge the most beautiful part of the Imperial Palace and the gardens. Stop to visit the famous Nijubashi Bridge. We will pass through the district of Akihabara, the “electric town” with icons from the popular Japanese Manga and Anime culture and then see Kokugikan, the Sumo stadium, home of this Japanese sport. We will also visit the Buddhist temple of Sensoji, the oldest and most important temple in Tokyo, with its 55-metre high pagoda. Then we will have some free time to visit the traditional commercial street of Nakamise in the district of Asakusa. Lunch included  in a local restaurant. Return to hotel.   

18H30.- Meeting with guide. Late in the afternoon, we will pay a visit to this fascinating country by taking a trip on the metro (tickets included) to the Shinjuku district and see the crowds of people who use this modern and efficient collective transport system.  Shinjuku is one of the most important nightlife districts. Dinner included and return to hotel by metro with our guide.     
Day 15:
After breakfast, end of our services.

Price includes

Included

  • Europamundo General Services: Travel by bus with English speaking guide, basic travel insurance and breakfast buffet.
  • Includes arrival transfer
  • City tour in: SEOUL, KYOTO, TOKYO
  • Evening transfer: Myeongdong quarter in Seoul in SEOUL, Traditional quarter of Gion in KYOTO
  • Ticket admission: Metro in SEOUL, Changdeokgung Palace, Gyeongbokgung Palace, War Memorial in Seoul in SEOUL, Hwaseong Haenggung, Samsung Innovation Museum not always guaranteed; in SUWON, Hanok Village in JEONJU, Buddhist Temple in HAEINSA, Haedong Yonggung Temple in BUSAN, Yongdusan Park, U.N. Memorial and Doosan Haeundae in BUSAN, Kintaikyo in Iwakuni in IWAKUNI, Itsukushima Temple in ITSUKUSHIMA, Peace Memorial Museum in Hiroshima in HIROSHIMA, Dogo Onsen, Ishiteji Temple in MATSUYAMA, Shinto shrine in KOTOHIRA, Ritsurin Garden in TAKAMATSU, Naruto Brigde in NARUTO, Earthquake Memorial Museum in KOBE, Okuno Mausoleum,Kongobuji Temple and Ajikan or Zazen meditation in Mount Koya in MOUNT KOYA, Shrine of Fushimi Inari, Imperial Palace, Kinkaku-ji Temple in KYOTO, Matsumoto Castle in MATSUMOTO, Zenko-ji Temple, Gomakuyo ceremony,Jigokudani Monkey Park in Nagano in NAGANO, Yumomi performance in Kusatsu in KASATSU, Nikko Toshogu Shrine, Taiyuinbyo Mausoleum in Nikko in NIKKO, Zojoji Temple, Meiji Temple, Sensoji Temple in TOKYO
  • Ferry: Busan Shimonoseki (night ferry) in FERRY BUSAN SHIMONOSEKI, Hiroshima- Miyajima in HIROSHIMA, Hiroshima- Matsuyama in MATSUYAMA
  • Funicular: Matsuyama castle in MATSUYAMA

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SOUTH KOREA
HOTEL COURTYARD TIMES SQUARE
****
226383000

15 Yeongjung-ro, Yeongdeungpo-dong, Yeongdeungpo-gu, Seoul, Corea del Sur
150-798 SEUL
COREA DEL SUR
PUNGNAM HOTEL
***
0

1-4 Dagadong 3sam-ga, Wansan-gu, Jeonju-si, Jeollabuk-do,
54999 JEONJU
COREA DEL SUR
IBIS AMBASSADOR HAEUNDAE
****
0516301100
ibisbhrsvn@ambatel.com
12 HAEUNDAEHAEBYEON-RO, 237 BEON-GIL, HAEUNDE-GU
48093 BUSAN
COREA DEL SUR
FERRY BUSAN SHIMONOSEKI
****
0

0
0 FERRY BUSAN SHIMONOSEKI
COREA DEL SUR
MONTEREY LA SOEUR FUKUOKA
****
927267111
m.oka@hotelmonterey.co.jp;ina@hotelmonterey.co.jp;m-nagamatsu@hotelmonterey.co.jp
2-8-27 Daimyo, Chuo Ward, Fukuoka, 810-0041, Japón
810-0041 FERRY BUSAN SHIMONOSEKI
COREA DEL SUR
FAIRFIELD BY MARRIOTT
***
221089000

870 Gyeongin-ro, Yeongdeungpo-dong, Yeongdeungpo-gu
0 SEUL
COREA DEL SUR
JS HOTEL
***
632851122
pendiente@pendiente.es
212-9, Paldal-ro, Wansan-gu, Jeonju, Jeollabuk-do 55000, Corea del Sur
55000 JEONJU
COREA DEL SUR
IBIS AMBASSADOR BUSAN CITY CENTRE
***
519301100
H7835-SM2@accor.com;H7835-SM@accor.com
777 Jungang-daero Busanjin-gu CP 47251 BUSAN
47251 BUSAN
COREA DEL SUR
ANA CROWNE PLAZA
****
924717111

Fukuoka, Fukuoka, Hakata-ku Hakata Ekimae 3-3-3 , Japan
8120011 FERRY BUSAN SHIMONOSEKI
COREA DEL SUR
UNIZO HAKATAEKI HAKATAGUCHI
****
924336172

Hakata-ku Hakata Ekimae 6-7 CP 812-0011 Fukuoka
812-0011 FERRY BUSAN SHIMONOSEKI
COREA DEL SUR
RAMADA BY WYNDHAM JEONJU
*
24161204

94 Jeonjugaeksa 5gil Wansangu Jeollabuk-do Jeonju-Si, Korea-Republic Of CP 54999
54999 JEONJU
COREA DEL SUR
HILTON FUKUOKA SEA HAWK
*****
92844111

FUKUOKA-SHI, 2-2-3 JIGYOHAMA, CHUO-KU
810-8650 FERRY BUSAN SHIMONOSEKI
COREA DEL SUR
JAPAN
RIHGA ROYAL HOTEL
****
82502112

730-0011 Hiroshima Prefecture, Hiroshima
730-0011 HIROSHIMA
JAPON
SHERATON GRAND
*****
822627111

12-1 Wakakusa-cho, Higashi-ku, Higashi-ku, Hiroshima City, Hiroshima Prefecture 732-0053,
732-0053 HIROSHIMA
JAPON
ROYAL PARK RIVERSIDE HIROSHIMA
****
822111111

7-14 Kaminoboricho, Naka Ward, Hiroshima, 730-0014, Japón
7300014 HIROSHIMA
JAPON
DAIWA ROYNET MATSUYAMA
****
899131355
matsuyama@daiwaroyal.jp
2-6-5 Ichiban-cho, Matsuyama-shi, CP Ehime 790-0001 MATSUYAMA
790-0001 MATSUYAMA
JAPON
KOBE MERIKEN PARK ORIENTAL HOTEL
****
783258111

650-0042 Hy333;go Prefecture, Kobe
650-0042 KOBE
JAPON
HINODE OSAKA
****
677779789
frontdesk@hinode-h.com
Ebisu-nishi 1-2-10, Naniwa-ku, Osaka-shi,
556-0003 OSAKA
JAPON
MONASTERIO HOJOIN
****
736562431

156 Koyasan, Ito-gun, Koya-cho,Wakayama Prefecture
648-0211 MONTE KOYA
JAPON
SAIMONIN
***
736562206

447 Koyasan, Koya-cho, Ito-gun, Wakayama
0 MONTE KOYA
JAPON
MIYAKO KIOTO HACHIJYO
****
756617111

MINAMI WARD, NISHIKUHO INMACHI, 1
6018412 KIOTO
JAPON
KIOTO DAIICHI HOTEL
****
756618800

45 Higashikujo Shimotonodacho, Minami Ward, Kyoto
601-8047 KIOTO
JAPON
METROPOLITAN NAGANO
****
262917000

Nagano Prefecture, Nagano,
380-0824 NAGANO
JAPON
HOTEL MORIAKI RYOKAN
****
279722601

60 Ikahomachi Ikaho, Shibukawa, Gunma Prefecture
377-0102 IKAHO
JAPON
SHINAGAWA PRINCE HOTEL
****
334401

10-30 Takanawa 4-chome, Minato-ku
108-8611 TOKIO
JAPON
TOKIO PRINCE HOTEL
****
334321111
s.funatogawa@princehotel.fr
3 Chome-3-1 Shibakoen, Minato
105-8560 TOKIO
JAPON
KEIO PLAZA
****
33344011

2-2-1 Nishishinjuku, Shinjuku City, Tokyo 160-8330, Japón
160-8330 TOKIO
JAPON
GRAND PRINCE HOTEL
****
82256111
s.funatogawa@princehotel.fr
734-0012 Hiroshima Prefecture, Hiroshima
734-0012 HIROSHIMA
JAPON
DAIWA ROYNET HIROSHIMA
****
825452955
hiroshima-ekimae@daiwaroyal.jp
1-3-20 Kokutaijimachi, Naka Ward CP 730-0042 Hiroshima
730-0042 HIROSHIMA
JAPON
ANA CROWNE PLAZA MATSUYAMA
****
899335511
Noritomo.Okumura1@ihg.com;kenji-fukumoto@anacpmatsuyama.com
3-2-1 Ichiban-Cho Matsuyama Ehime, Japón
790-8520 MATSUYAMA
JAPON
MONTE HERMANA KOBE AMALIE
****
0783937111
m.oka@hotelmonterey.co.jp
2-28 No. 2-28 Nakayama-koten, Chuo-ku Kobe, Prefectura de Hyogo 650-0004
6500004 KOBE
JAPON
TENTOKU IN
****
736562714

370 Koyasan, K333;ya, Ito District, Wakayama Prefecture
648-0211 MONTE KOYA
JAPON
KOBE MERIKEN PARK ORIENTAL
****
783258111

Hy333;go Prefecture, Kobe, CP: 650-0042
650-0042 MONTE KOYA
JAPON
KYOTO TOKYU
****
75341241

Shimogyo-ku Horikawa-dori Gojo-kudaru Kakimoto-cho Inokuma-dori, Japón, CP: 600-8519 KYOTO
600-8519 KIOTO
JAPON
RICHMONT PREMIER KYOTO EKIMAE
****
75354367

Shimogyo-ku, Kitafudondo-cho 565-3, CP 600-8233 Kioto Japón
600-8233 KIOTO
JAPON
NAGANO TOKYU REI
****
26223109

-28-3 Minamichitose, Nagano-shi, Nagano-ken
380-0823 NAGANO
JAPON
NEW IKAHO
****
279723737

377-0102 Prefectura de Gunma Shibukawa-shi Ikaho-cho Ikaho 372-1
377-0102 IKAHO
JAPON
ROYAL PARK HOTEL
****
336671111

2-1-1 Nihonbashi-Kakigara-cho, Chuo-ku
103-8520 TOKIO
JAPON
VILLA FONTAINE ROPPONGI
****
0335601110

1-6-2 Roppongi, Minato-ku , Tokyo CP 106-0032 Izumi Garden
106-0032 TOKIO
JAPON
GRAN VIA HIROSHIMA
****
822621111

1-5 MATSUBARA-CHO MINAMI-KU HIROSHIMA
732-0822 HIROSHIMA
JAPON
DAIWA ROYNET EKIMAE HIROSHIMA
****
0825541455
hiroshima-ekimae@daiwaroyal.jp
Higashi-ku Futabanosato 3-5-7CP 732-0057 Hiroshima,
732-0057 HIROSHIMA
JAPON
RENGEZYO IN
****
000

Koyasan, Koya-cho Ito-gun, Wakayama, 648-0211, Japan
648-0211 MONTE KOYA
JAPON
WESTIN KYOTO
*****
757717111
k2-ohno@miyakohotels.ne.jp
12306;605-0052 Kyoto Keage, Sanjo, Higashiyama-ku Higashiyama-ku Kyoto
0 KIOTO
JAPON
VISCHIO
****
75280005
s_gu@granvia-kyoto.co.jp
Kyoto-shi, 44-1 Higashikujo Kamitonodacho, Minami Ward, Kyoto, CP 601-8002
601-8002 KIOTO
JAPON
IKAHO SHUSUIEN
****
0279723210

377-0102 Prefectura de Gunma, Shibukawa, Ikaho Ikaho 557, Japón
557 IKAHO
JAPON
VILLA FONTAINE SHIODOME
****
0335692220
yokoyama.kei2@j.sumitomo-rd.co.jp
Higashi - Shimbashi, Minato - ku , CP 105-0021 dentro del edificio Sumitomo, Shiodome TOKIO
105-0021 TOKIO
JAPON
ROUTE IN GOTANDA
****
337796100

6-13-1 Nishi Gotanda, Shinagawa-ku, Tokio 141-0031
141-0031 TOKIO
JAPON
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