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2016 Japan Ceramics Tour – Arita, Takeo, Bizen and Mino

May 2016 Japan Ceramics Tour – Arita, Takeo, Bizen & Mino. 21st May – 4th June 2016.

Visit famous Arita, the birthplace of Japanese porcelain during their 400 year anniversary celebrations, along the areas Okayama, famous for Bizen ware and areas of Gifu, famous for Mino ware.

If you are interested in Japanese Ceramics and Japanese Culture, then join for what will be a truly memorable Japanese experience. From $5800* AUD per person twin share (conditions & exclusions apply).

To book or enquire GO TO OUR CONTACT US PAGE .
 Places are limited.

Starting in the historic city of Nagasaki, we will travel to Takeo and Arita, then on to Kurashiki in Okayama and Kani in Gifu before finishing the tour on a high note in the bustling metropolis of Tokyo.
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NAGASAKI – ARITA/TAKEO – KURASHIKI – KANI – TOKYO 14 Day tour

From $5800* AUD per person twin share if you are travelling with a companion or $6500* AUD per person, single (enquire about full tour inclusions, exclusions and conditions).
This unique tour will spend 2 nights in Nagasaki, 4 nights in Takeo/Arita, 2 nights in Kurashiki, 2 nights in Kani and 4 nights Tokyo.
With so many different types and styles of Japanese ceramics, from decorative porcelain to earthy stoneware, this tour offers the opportunity to visit some Japan’s most famous ceramics regions whilst taking in some of best of Japanese culture. It also offers the opportunity to visit Arita, the birthplace of Japanese Porcelain, which will be celebrating it’s 400 year anniversary in 2016.

Join us for this exciting tour visiting NAGASAKI, ARITA, TAKEO, KURASHIKI, KANI AND TOKYO.

To book or enquire GO TO OUR CONTACT US PAGE.
 
We can also offer you a package to extend your stay in Japan or to include airfares. Just ask for details.

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This tour will spend 2 nights in Nagasaki, 4 nights in Takeo, 2 nights in Kurashiki, 2 nights in Kani and 4 nights in Tokyo. You will experience: **

ᅠᅠ The world famous town of Arita during it’s 400 year anniversary celebrations;

ᅠᅠ Learn about beautiful Japanese ceramics;

ᅠᅠ Great traditional and contemporary architecture works;

ᅠᅠ Traditional storehouse and canal district of Kurashiki;

ᅠᅠ Famous Korakuen garden in Okayama;

ᅠᅠ Historic Temples and Shrines in Kyoto;

ᅠᅠ Enjoy a range of delicious regional Japanese food.

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Japan is a country of great contrast, an eclectic mix of ancient and modern, east and west. This is not a typical sight seeing tour, but a definitive display of Japanese artistic and cultural expression. You will see some beautiful Japanese ceramics, visit fascinating traditional and contemporary buildings, ancient temples, art exhibitions, wonderful Japanese gardens and other interesting tourist spots. Of course throughout there is always the chance to sample some delicious Japanese food.
 
A truly unique Japanese cultural experience, this fully escorted 14 Day tour will be conducted by Architect, former Tokyo resident, Licensed Travel Agent and Japan expert, Robert Day.

 
To book your place on the May 2016 Japan Ceramics Tour or to find out more details -

 
GO TO OUR CONTACT US PAGE. Don’t miss out. BOOK NOW!

 
• Price is in Australian Dollars. Price excludes airfares, airport transfers and meals. The prices shown above are a guide to the best price and are subject to change without notice due to matters outside our control such as adverse currency fluctuations, unavailability of preferred accommodation, additional taxes, etc. Please enquire for further details, full terms and conditions and full inclusions and exclusions.

** Experiences noted above may change depending on availability.

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