9N Southern Japan - Cunard

Tokyo (Yokohama), Japan, At Sea , Hiroshima, Japan, Jeju Island, South Korea, Nagasaki, Japan, Miyazaki (Aburatsu) , Japan, Kochi, Japan, At Sea, Tokyo (Yokohama), Japan

Explore roundtrip from Yokohama, near irresistible Tokyo. Visit Hiroshima's Shukkeien Garden, scenic Jeju Island, Nagasaki's Peace Park, the Obi Castle ruins in Miyazaki and Kochi's forested peaks.

Cruise Ship

Queen Elizabeth

Departure Dates

2020
Apr
11

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S$2,000

  • Prices are in Singapore dollars on twin sharing basis. Prices exclude associated taxes and gratuities. Prices are subject to change without prior notice. Other terms and conditions apply.

Day 1 - Tokyo (Yokohama), Japan

For a vibrant and colourful atmosphere in the city, exploring Chinatown, the largest of its kind in Japan, will not leave you disappointed. Established here at the same time as Yokohama’s port, history can be discovered in the form of old shops and architecture, while beautiful temples such as the Kwan Tai Temple and the attractive East Gate convey a distinct Chinese culture.

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Day 2 - At Sea

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Day 3 - Hiroshima, Japan

With moving peace monuments to the end of World War II, Hiroshima is a modern city that has emerged from its defining days with purpose and confidence. This is a forward-looking yet traditional city. Beyond the evocative Atomic Bomb Dome, you’ll find the landscaped Shukkeien Garden, the Mazda Museum, and the Okonomiyaki, a batter and cabbage pancake topped with octopus, shrimp or pork.

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Day 4 - At Sea

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Day 5 - Jeju Island, South Korea

There is no doubt nature has been generous to the fine Korean island of Jeju-do. This is home to the mythical Cheonjeyon Falls, the stunning scenery of Sunrise Peak and the world’s longest lava tube. This picturesque haven is a honeymooners’ mecca and it certainly is a heart-warming destination. Newly-wed, happily married or still looking, you’ll fall in love with Jeju-do’s charming setting.

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Day 6 - Nagasaki, Japan

There is no doubt nature has been generous to the fine Korean island of Jeju-do. This is home to the mythical Cheonjeyon Falls, the stunning scenery of Sunrise Peak and the world’s longest lava tube. This picturesque haven is a honeymooners’ mecca and it certainly is a heart-warming destination. Newly-wed, happily married or still looking, you’ll fall in love with Jeju-do’s charming setting.

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Day 7 - Miyazaki (Aburatsu) , Japan

Japan’s first real contact with the West was through Portuguese explorers and Jesuit missionaries, and then Dutch merchants. Apprehensive Shoguns thus closed Japan to foreign trade except at Nagasaki. Stop by Peace Park for a moment of serenity, or visit the Confucian Shrine to see the influence that the Chinese community has on Nagasaki.

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Day 8 - Kochi, Japan

If you’re in the market for souvenirs, you’ll find several arcades and attractive shopping streets. In particular, Kochi Prefecture is known for its high-quality ‘washi’ or handmade paper. At the Japanese Paper Museum, you can even try your hand at paper-making and create your own unique keepsakes. If you venture into the countryside, Shikoku’s landscapes reflect the beauty of the seasons. Spring brings cherry blossom, autumn adds rich colours to the trees and snow is common through the winter. One of the island’s many natural attractions is Ryuga-do Cave, a vast limestone cavern filled with stalactites, stalagmites and formations that resemble flowing water or folded fabric. There’s an archaeological element too, as it contains an earthenware pot that’s around 2,000 years old.

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Day 9 - At Sea

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Day 10 - Tokyo (Yokohama), Japan

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