Central Japan, also known as the Chubu region, is a diverse and beautiful region located in the central part of Honshu, the main island of Japan. The region is bordered by the Kanto region to the east and the Kansai region to the west. The Chubu region consists of nine prefectures: Aichi, Fukui, Gifu, Ishikawa, Nagano, Niigata, Shizuoka, Toyama, and Yamanashi. It is known for its stunning natural scenery, including the Japanese Alps, Mount Fuji, and several national parks. The region also has a rich cultural history, with many historic cities and towns that showcase traditional Japanese architecture and cultural practices. The Chubu region is also famous for its cuisine, which includes dishes like miso katsu, a pork cutlet served with miso sauce, and Hida beef, a type of wagyu beef that is raised in the Hida region. Overall, Central Japan is a region of Japan that offers visitors a unique blend of natural beauty, cultural history, and modern development.

Please note that the following itinerary is an example, as all of our journeys are custom-made.


Day 01            Singapore-Osaka

Assemble at Singapore Changi Airport for your flight to Osaka.


Day 02            Osaka                                                                                                                                        (B /Tempura Set Meal /Crab Shabu Kaiseki)

Sen no Rikyu Tea Ceremony Hall (堺利晶之杜~茶道体验): is a popular destination for tourists and tea enthusiasts, who can experience traditional tea ceremonies in a beautiful and tranquil setting. Visitors can also learn about the history and cultural significance of the tea ceremony, as well as the life and teachings of Sen no Rikyu himself.

Osaka Castle Park (大阪城) The park covers an area of about 106 hectares and is home to many cherry blossom trees, making it a popular spot for cherry blossom viewing during the spring season. In addition to the castle, the park also features a number of other attractions, including the Osaka-jo Hall, which is a large indoor arena that hosts a variety of events and concerts throughout the year.

Shinsaibashi & Dotonbori (心齋桥&道頓堀): The area is known for its numerous department stores, specialty shops, and restaurants, and is a popular destination for both locals and tourists alike. Another notable attraction in Shinsaibashi is the Dotonbori Canal, which is a scenic waterway that runs through the heart of the district. The canal is lined with colorful billboards and is a popular spot for taking photos and enjoying the lively atmosphere of the area.

H:Swissotel Nankai Osaka or similar


Day 03            Osaka-Kyoto                                                                (B /Imperial Soup Tofu Dining /Sumo Hot Pot with Lobster & Wagyu Platter)

Kiyomizu-dera (清水寺): The temple was founded in 778 and is one of the most famous and beloved landmarks in the city. It is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Torokko Kameoka Station (Sagano Romantic Train) (嵯峨野龜岡小火车): The station serves as the starting point for the Sagano Scenic Railway, which is a popular tourist attraction that runs through the picturesque Hozugawa River Valley. It takes passengers on a scenic journey through the beautiful countryside of western Kyoto. The train is comprised of a series of retro-style cars that offer panoramic views of the surrounding landscape.

Togetsu-kyo Bridge (渡月桥): is a famous landmark located in the Arashiyama district of Kyoto. The bridge spans the Oi River and is a popular destination for tourists and locals alike. In addition to its natural beauty, the Togetsu-kyo Bridge is also surrounded by a number of popular tourist attractions, including the Arashiyama Bamboo Grove, the Tenryu-ji Temple, and the Arashiyama Monkey Park.

Randen (Keifuku Electric Railroad) (嵐山路面电车): runs from Shijo-Omiya in central Kyoto to Arashiyama, a popular tourist destination known for its scenic beauty, historic temples and shrines, and bamboo forest.

H:Fauchon Hotel Kyoto or similar


Day 04            Kyoto-Nagoya-Hamamatsu                                                                (B /Nagoya specialty-Unagi Don set /Japanese Set dinner)

Nabana no Sato (名花之里): The park features a variety of flower displays, including tulips, roses, and cherry blossoms, as well as traditional Japanese gardens and a large greenhouse. There are also several restaurants, gift shops, and other attractions, such as a hot spring spa and amusement park rides.

Toyota Automobile Museum (丰田博物馆): is a popular destination for car enthusiasts and anyone interested in the history of technology and transportation. It offers a unique opportunity to see some of the most significant and influential vehicles of the past century, and to learn about the people and companies that have shaped the automotive industry over time.

Hisaya Odori Park (久屋大通公园): The park features a variety of amenities, including walking paths, fountains, a rose garden, and a playground. There are also several statues and other works of art scattered throughout the park. During the spring, the park is particularly popular for its cherry blossom trees, which bloom in beautiful pink and white colors.

H:Okura Act City Hotel Hamamatsu or similar


Day 05            Hamamatsu-Shizuoka-Fuji                                             (B /Oigawa Railway Obento set /Dinner in hotel)

Horai Bridge (蓬莱桥): is a historic wooden arch bridge located in Shimada City, Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan. It spans the Oi River and connects the neighborhoods of Kuroe and Kano. The bridge is named after Mount Horai, a legendary mountain in Japanese mythology that is said to be the home of the gods.

The Oigawa Railway Ride (大井川铁道蒸汽列车): is a scenic railway line located in Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan, that runs along the Oi River through the Southern Japanese Alps. It is also known as the Oigawa Steam Railway because it operates using old-fashioned steam locomotives.

H:Fuji Marriott Hotel Lake Yamanaka or similar


Day 06            Fuji-Hakone-Tokyo                                                           (B /Hakone Specialty Cuisine /Wagyu Yakiniku)

Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park (富士箱根伊豆国立公园): is a national park in Japan that spans over four prefectures: Yamanashi, Shizuoka, Kanagawa, and Tokyo. The park was established in 1936 and covers an area of over 1,200 square kilometers. Visitors to the park can enjoy a variety of activities, including hiking, hot springs, fishing, boating, and skiing, depending on the season. The park is easily accessible by train from Tokyo, making it a popular destination for both domestic and international tourists.

The Hakone Tozan Railway (箱根登山铁道): is a mountain railway in Japan that connects the cities of Odawara and Hakone-Yumoto. It passes through a number of picturesque stations, including the historic Hakone-Yumoto Station, which is a gateway to the Hakone hot springs area.

Hakone Ropeway (箱根空中缆车): offers stunning views of the surrounding area, including Mount Fuji and the Hakone mountains. The ride takes about 30 minutes one way, and there are several stops along the way where passengers can get off and explore the area. At the top, there is a viewing platform called Owakudani, where visitors can see volcanic activity and enjoy views of the surrounding mountains and Lake Ashi.

H:The Okura Tokyo or similar


Day 07            Tokyo-Singapore                                                                                        (B /Japanese Teppanyaki Cuisine)

Asakusa Temple (淺草观音寺): The main entrance to the temple is through the Kaminarimon Gate, which is known for its large red lantern. Inside the gate is a shopping street called Nakamise, which is lined with small shops selling traditional Japanese souvenirs and snacks. It is one of the most famous and oldest temples in the city, and is a popular destination for both tourists and locals.

​​21_21DESIGN SIGHT (美术馆): is a museum located in Tokyo, Japan that is dedicated to design. The museum was founded by the fashion designer Issey Miyake, the architect Tadao Ando, and the graphic designer Kazuko Koike, and opened in 2007.

Tokyo Midtown (六本木中城): is a large mixed-use development located in the Roppongi district of Tokyo. It includes a variety of commercial, residential, and cultural facilities, including office buildings, shops, restaurants, luxury apartments, a hotel, and a convention center. It also features a large public park called Hinokicho Park, which offers a green space for visitors to relax and enjoy nature.

Proceed to Narita or Haneda Airport for your flight back home.



Please note: This itinerary is designed to give you an idea of what to expect on the tour but is not set in stone. What we actually do on a given day is flexible and can be tailored based on the interests of the group.

This itinerary and its package inclusions might be changed later in time, subject to availability.