Assemble at Changi Airport for check in.
Naritasan is a large and highly popular Buddhist temple complex in Narita City. There is a pleasant park which incorporates both traditional Japanese and European elements. Naritasan's Omotesando is a lively street lined by numerous restaurants and stores, that have been selling traditional crafts, foods and souvenirs to pilgrims and tourists for centuries.
Naritasan Shinshoji temple, located in the spacious ground was built in the year 940, housing a statue of the Buddhist Fudo Myoo deity.
Shisui Premium Outlet (酒々井プレミアムアウトレット)
There are 180 stores. The outlet closest to the Narita Airport, and easily accessible from the Tokyo city center. A multitude of Japanese brand names await you for a fulfilling shopping experience.
Yoro Gorge (養老渓谷)
Yoro gorge is a ruggedly bluff valley located in the southern part of Chiba. The best spot in this region is the Awamata-no-taki Falls, located in the mountains about four kilometers upstream, which is one of the biggest waterfalls in Chiba. It is 30 meters high with clear water running over a distance of 100 meters.
After breakfast, check out from hotel and leave for Kurihama.
There are many sandy beaches along Tokyo Bay to the west, while the Pacific Ocean side to the east displays rocky beaches and precipitous cliffs created by erosion by the sea. Surrounded by the sea on three sides, and thanks to the warm ocean current, the climate is moderate throughout the year. A number of botanical gardens and flower fields will fascinate plant lovers in any season. The road from Tateyama to Chikura is called the "Flower Line" and there is a ceaseless flow of visitors.
Chikura Shiokaze Okoku (ちくら潮風王国)
Roadside station: Chikura Seaside Kingdom in flowers blooming in the non-frost zone called Chiura district of Chikura-cho. There are restaurants, cafes and shops selling fresh marine products.
Tateyama Family Park (舘山ファミリーパーク)
Tateyama Family Park is located at Tateyama city, Menuma area. You can enjoy various kinds of flowers and taste fruits such as Dragon Fruit. Tateyama Family Park is famous for million Poppies during December to early May, but most beautiful season is March to middle of April and feel early spring.
Boso Flower Line (房総フラワーライン)
Boso Flower Line is the road which is located in the south of Tateyama city. This road was chosen the 100 best roads in Japan. The road along coastline is the perfect place to go for a drive. You can feast your eyes with a flower blooming every season, for example Rape Blossom, Swamp Chrysanthemum in winter and Marigold in early summer and also from great scenery of the sea.
Fruit Picking (フルーツ狩り)
Available fruits in this area are Strawberry, Blueberry, Loquat, Pear, Grapes and Melon. However each availability is subject to change.
Seafood BBQ Lunch (バーべキューランチ)
For lunch, seafood BBQ style meal will be provided. You can enjoy shopping after lunch. There are many kinds of local delicacies, food and souvenirs.
Mt Nokogiri Yama (鋸山)
"Mt. Nokogiri”, a mountain of 329.4 m tall, is a mountain with a serrated ridge like the teeth of a saw. As the mountain produces stone used in construction, many stones were quarried, causing the mountain to become such a unique shape.
Tokyowan Ferry (東京湾フェリー)
Tokyowan Ferry Tokyo-Bay crossing, an approximately 40 minutes’ comfortable cruise. This car ferry connects the southern tip of Boso Peninsula in Chiba Prefecture with Miura Peninsula in Kanagawa prefecture.
Miura is located on the very southern end of Miura Peninsula in southeast Kanagawa Prefecture, surrounded on three sides by the Pacific Ocean with Sagami Bay to the west.
Kamakura Great Buddha (鎌倉大仏)
The Great Buddha of Kamakura is a bronze statue of Amida Buddha. It stands on the grounds of Kotokuin Temple. With a height of 13.35 meters, it is the second tallest bronze Buddha statue in Japan, surpassed only by the statue in Nara’s Todaiji Temple.
Tsurugaoka Hachimangu Shrine(鶴岡八幡宮)
Tsurugaoka Hachimangu is Kamakura’s most important shrine. The shrine is dedicated to Hachiman, the patron god of the Minamoto family and of the samurai in general. The shrine is reached via a long, wide approach that leads from Kamakura’s waterfront through the entire city center, with multiple torii gate along the way.
Komachi-dori Street spreads from the rotary in front of Kamakura station to the north toward Kamakura Hachiman-gu. According to legend, it started as a market opened in front of the shrine. Today, the street is lined with over 250 restaurants, boutiques, fancy cafes, Japanese-style sweet cafes, and stores selling souvenirs and sundry articles unique to the ancient city.
Atami lies at the northeastern base of the Izu Peninsula, less than an hour west of Tokyo by shinkansen. Due to its proximity to Tokyo, Atami has long been a popular seaside resort town with plenty of hot springs and ryokan in addition to museums and other cultural heritage sites.
Jogasaki Coast (城ケ崎海岸)
The Jogasaki Coast is a beautiful section of coastline along the Izu Peninsula's eastern coast. It is located in the Izu Kogen area, about ten kilometers south of central Ito. An attractive hiking trail follows the coast for almost ten kilometers, offering beautiful views of the jagged cliffs and stone formations that hug the coast. It is also possible to walk shorter sections of the trail.
Kawazu Nanadaru Loop Bridge (河津七滝ループ橋)
The Kawazu-Nanadaru Loop Bridge, is an example of how to build a bridge from one mountainside to another when the sides of the mountain are so steep that it is not possible to build a road at the same elevation on both sides. It's one of the most spectacular bridges in the world.
Mishima Skywalk (三島スカイウォーク)
One of Japan’s three No.1s, Mishima Skywalk is Japan’s longest pedestrian suspension bridge. Enjoy a magnificent view that changes every season from the western slope of Mt. Hakone. Misihma offers great views of the Izu mountains in addition to Mt. Fuji and Suruga Bay.
Lake Ashi (芦ノ湖)
Take a boat ride on the lake and enjoy views of Mt. Fuji and the lush greenery of the other surrounding mountains or catch a spectacular view of Lake Ashi
on one of the trails in Hakone national Park.
Owakudani is the area around a crater created during the last eruption of Mount Hakone some 3000 years ago. Today, much of the area is an active volcanic zone where sulfurous fumes, hot springs and hot rivers can be experienced. A short walking trail leads from the ropeway station into the volcanic zone to number of steam vents and bubbling pools.
Hakone Yosegi Zaiku Hands-on Experience (箱根寄木細工作り体験)
Hakone Yosegi Zaiku is a typical woodwork in Hakone designated as the traditional handcraft. Products by this technique are valuable traditional handcrafts
pioneered since the Edo period.
Free leisure time in Tokyo for the whole day.
After breakfast, free for the morning till check out and transfer to airport for flight back to Singapore.
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