Day 1 - Hakata/Fukuoka, Japan
Fukuoka has been a trade centre for cultures of the world through its trade with China during the Song Dynasty. You can find gourmet, shopping paradise and cultual activies in this amazing city. Ramen is definitely the must-try-dish in Hakata, And don’t forget to visit Kushida Shrine and Dazaifu!
Day 2 - Maizuru, Japan
Maizuru is a city in south-central Japan. The Goro Sky Tower has panoramic views over the islands of Maizuru Bay. Maizuru Park contains the ruins of Tanabe Castle, and is known for spring cherry blossoms. East, Brick Park is a group of Meiji-era warehouses, now home to the World Brick Museum. Kongō-in Temple is known for its ornate pagoda and fall colors. On the north coast, Ryuguhama Beach faces the Sea of Japan.
Day 3 - Kanazawa, Japan
Kanazawa is the prefectural capital of Ishikawa, a narrow stretch of land on Japan's main island of Honshu along the Sea of Japan. It was one of the most important centers for culture and art during the Edo period and remains a haven for art enthusiasts and culture vultures. This city contains museums and workshops on everything from gold leaf to samurai.
Day 4 - Busan, Korea
As the second largest city in Korea, Busan is famous for both tourist and shopping attractions. Giant department stores (such as Shinsegae Centum City, the largest department store in the world) and numerous shopping streets offer a wide selection of merchandise, drawing local and international visitors year-round.
Busan is home to the Jagalchi Market, famous for its astounding variety of fresh seafood sold at extremely reasonable prices. Visitors can even have their purchases prepared right in front of them, ensuring the freshest meal or snack possible. The seafood market is full of the sights, smells, and sounds of fresh seafood caught in the waters right off the Busan Port. Various traditional markets such as the Gukje Market also treat guests to the boisterous, vibrant marketplace experience and the incomparable hospitality of the merchants and citizens of Busan.
Day 5 - Hakata/Fukuoka, Japan