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Tour of Scenic Sites in Japan
You Shouldn’t Miss

Departure dates: March 9 - April 27, 2017

From 7,800 yen to 8,800 yen

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Sales Period March 6 - April 24, 2017
Departure dates  March 9 - April 27, 2017
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Assembly point Shinjuku West Exit on the east side of Shinjuku Center Building east side.
If coming from underground, exit A36 is closest.
* It takes about 15 minutes to walk from Shinjuku station. Please confirm the route with a map and leave adequate time to arrive.
* This bus will not be a pink WILLER EXPRESS bus.
* The meeting location is not a bus stop or bus terminal. Instead, look for a WILLER TRAVEL staff member wearing a pink vest.
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Reception hours Reception hours is between 08:30 and 08:55. Please acceptance during the reception hours.
Minimum participants required 15 persons
Tour conductor language English only
Items included in fee Round-trip Express bus English-speaking tour conductor.
Items not included Lunch at the outlet mall
Product information Planning and operated by:
WILLER, Inc.
Address:
Umeda Sky Building, 6th Floor
1-1-88-600 Oyodonaka, Kita-ku,
Osaka, Osaka Prefecture, Japan 531-6006
Japan Tourism Agency Registered Travel Agent No. 1899
Terms and Conditions 1. Be on time for the meeting times at rest areas and sightseeing locations.
Buses will leave on time even if a passenger has not returned by the designated time.
Refunds for the tour and arrangements for alternative transportation will not be provided to travelers who do not return on time and miss the bus departure.
2. Refunds for tour cancellations are made on a yen-basis and may be less than the amount paid depending on currency market fluctuation.
3. Depending on weather conditions, visibility at Nomizo-no-Taki Falls, the Egawa Coast and other locations may be poor. Regardless of such conditions, tours will not be cancelled and refunds will not be made.
4. Arrival times and the amount of time allowed at each sightseeing location are subject to change according to road and traffic conditions.
5. Seating is not designated.
6. Children 13 and older are charged the adult fare. The fare for children under 13 is half the adult fare. Infants not requiring a seat may travel for free.
7. Restroom breaks are available. 8. If you wish to leave the tour group during the tour without returning to the departure location, please notify the tour conductor and complete a Group Departure Certificate.
9. The return time may be delayed due to traffic conditions. Please ensure you have adequate time in your schedule to allow for this before booking.
Schedule
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Shinjuku Center Building

Shinjuku Center Building
West Exit of Shinjuku Station at Shinjuku Center Building
Address: 1-25-1 Nishi-Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo

Meeting location: West Exit of Shinjuku Station on the east side of Shinjuku Center Building * If coming from underground, the A36 exit is closest.
* It takes about 15 minutes to walk from Shinjuku Station. Please confirm the route with a map and leave adequate time to arrive.

* There is no pink bus. Please find our staff member wearing a pink vest.
* The departure location is not Busta Shinjuku.

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Umihotaru Parking Area

Umihotaru Parking Area
This parking area is located on an artificial island in Tokyo Bay.
Floating on the sea, it is a very popular date spot.
It is also a fashionable area for many restaurants offering uniquely crafted dishes, and the Japanese television media often visit for stories.

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Mitsui Outlet Park Kisarazu

Mitsui Outlet Park Kisarazu
One of the largest outlet malls in the Tokyo metropolitan area with 248 stores. Lunch is at the food court with a wide range of fine options from around the country, such as Kuaʻaina, a Hawaiian hamburger shop that counts the American ambassador among its customers; Hakodate Kantaro, a conveyor belt sushi restaurant; Bosso, a pizzeria that uses fresh local ingredients; Asakusa Imahan, an established sukiyaki and shabushabu restaurant with a history spanning more than a hundred years; Torisanwa, an oyako don specialty restaurant that uses free-range chicken from Nagoya; Miyatake Sanuki Udon, serving Kagawa-style udon; Sendai Tanya Rikyu, a beef tongue specialty restaurant; Nihonbashi Tendon Kaneko Hannosuke, a restaurant at Nihonbashi featuring tempura on rice; and Ramen Express Hakata Ippudo, a popular shop serving Hakata-style ramen.
Note: Lunch is not included in the tour price.

After lunch, stroll through the outlet mall and enjoy shopping. The shops include popular brands from overseas such as Adidas, Nike, Lego, Polo Ralph Lauren, Michael Kors, Kate Spade New York and Tory Burch. Other high-end brands you will find include such Japanese names as Asics, Nikon, Kenzo and the lacquerware of Yamada Heiando, along with such international favorites as Gucci, Sergio Rossi, Salvatore Ferragamo, Armani, LOEWE and Coach, all at special outlet pricing.

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Nomizo-no-Taki Falls

Nomizo-no-Taki Falls
So wondrous that it feels like you are in a Japanese animation feature by Studio Ghibli, this waterfall became a worldwide sensation when an Instagram picture of it went viral.
Although in a secluded location that is difficult to get to without a car, this waterfall can be visited on a day trip from Tokyo and is the latest place to be discovered by Japanese sightseers. From the morning rays of sunlight to the peaceful ambience in the evening and mysteries of night, the waterfall fascinates visitors as it changes from hour to hour. Note: The view of the waterfall changes depending on the time of day, the weather and other factors.

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Wakura Shuzo – Sadamoto-gura

Wakura Shuzo – Sadamoto-gura

Wakura Shuzo – Sadamoto-gura
Founded more than 100 years ago, Wakura Shuzo is a traditional maker of sake. Sake has become a global phenomenon and is an excellent complement to Japanese cuisine. Take a tour of this brewery and do some tasting. Nestled on rugged land between the mountains and the sea, the brewery produces fine sake using natural mountain water.

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Egawa Coast

Egawa Coast
A sightseeing attraction that has recently grown in popularity, starting from a single picture uploaded onto social media.
The beautiful view looking out to the horizon with utility poles sticking in the sea has become a popular draw. When the water level, the wind and other conditions are just right, the sky is reflected in the water, a mystical view that has even been called “Japan’s Salar de Uyuni” after the salt flat in Bolivia.

Note: The view may differ depending on the tide and wind conditions.

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Departure for Tokyo

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Area surrounding Shinjuku Station

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