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Sample : Fukuoka – Tsuwano – Hiroshima – Matsuyama – Kurashiki – Osaka

Route

Sample route

Day 1

Depart hotel in Fukuoka

Motonosumi Inari Shrine

This shrine is famous for its 123 red gates that lead up a cliff overlooking the Japan Sea.

Akiyoshido Cave

The largest and longest limestone Cave in Japan

Tsuwano

Tsuwano is known as the “Little Kyoto of the San-in Region” locates in the western edge of Shimane.

Hotel in Tsuwano

Motonosumi Inari Shrine – Photo : JNTO

 

Akiyoshido Cave

Day 2

Depart Hotel

Tsuwano sightseeing

Taikodani Inari Shrine
Tsuwano Castle Ruins
Old Street

Kintaikyo Bridge

Kintai Bridge, built in 1673, is the wood arch which is place of scenic beauty of national designation and represents Japan.

Iwakuni sightseeing

Iwakuni Castle
Ropeway
Kikko Park

Hotel in Iwakuni

 

Tsuwano Old Town

 

Kintaikyo Bridge
Iwakuni Castle

Day 3

Depart Hotel

Hiroshima sightseeing

Atomic Bomb Dome
Peace Memorial Museum
Peace Memorial Park

Miyajimaguchi

 

Itsukushima Shrine

Miyajimaguchi

Hotel in Hiroshima

Atomic Bomb Dome
Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park – Photo : © Tomo.Yun

Itsukushima Shrine

Day 4

Depart Hotel

Hiroshima Ferry Terminal

 

 

Matsuyama Ferry Terminal

Matsuyama sightseeing

Hotel in Dogo Onsen

Dogo Onsen is one of Japan’s oldest and most famous hot springs.

Matsuyama Castle – Photo : JNTO

Dogo Onsen – Photo : JNTO

Day 5

Depart Hotel

Kompira Temple

This shrine is renowned for its challenging 1,368 step climb, and it is said to bless travellers and ensure their safe journeys.

Transfer to Kurashiki
via Seto Ohashi Bridge

Kurashiki sightseeing

 

Hotel in Kurashiki

Enjoy its beautiful canal and historical quarter.

 

 

Seto Ohashi – Photo : JNTO
Kurashiki – Photo : Kurashiki-tabi

Kurashiki – Photo : Kurashiki-tabi

Day 6

Depart Hotel

Himeji Station

On foot to Himeji Castle

Himeji Castle is registered as a world heritage from the first time in Japan in 1993.

It is the largest castle in Japan, most spectacular and most beautiful castle.

Arrive at Osaka

Himeji Castle – Photo : JNTO