Japan is an island nation in the Pacific Ocean with dense cities, imperial palaces, mountainous national parks and thousands of shrines and temples. Shinkansen bullet trains connect the main islands of Kyushu (with Okinawa's subtropical beaches), Honshu (home to Tokyo and Hiroshima’s atomic-bomb memorial) and Hokkaido (famous for skiing). Tokyo, the capital, is known for skyscrapers, shopping and pop culture.
Hotel :Alpico Plaza Hotel (Matsumoto/western room)
Hotel Tateyama (Murodo / Western room without bath,
with toilet) (1night)
Transfer : Alpine Route Ticket, Train shinkuku-Matsumoto,Matsumoto
Local bus,trolley bus,cable car,ropeway
Meal: 2 Breakfast and 1 Dinner
2.Beverages during dinner
3.Airfare (Manila -Nagoya _Manila)
Express train to Matsumoto from shinjuku (Travel Time 180min).
Upon arrival, make your own way to your accommodation.
fee at leisure. Matsumoto Castle is Japan 's oldest wooden castle and one of the
four castle designated a National Tresure in Japan.
Japan Ukiyu-e Museum has more than 100,000 prints, paintings, screens and
book of Ukiyu-e. It`s about 2,000 by taxi, 3km from Matsumoto.
Day2 MATSUMOTO-SHINANO OMACHI-KUROBE DAM-MURODO (B/D)
Tateyama-Kurobe Route is a specutacular scenic route across 3,000 meters high
Northern Japan Alps. The total length of the route is 90 km.
Train to shinano-Omachi , bus to Ogizawa, and trolley bus to Kurobe Dam
Enjoy 15 min. Walk to Kurobe before taking cable car to Kurobedaira.Proceed
to Daikanbo by ropeway.
You will finally get to Murodo by trolley bus running in the tunnel piercing through
Mt.Tateyama (3,015 meters high).
Your hotel is set right above the trolley bus stop. Enjoy short walking to the beautiful
Highland bus down to Bijodaira and cable car to Tateyama.
Local train to Toyama , and express train to Takayama.
You may drop in Takayama for a few hours to see a charming historical town on the
awy.Express Train to Nagoya and bullet Train to Tokyo