Music is sometimes called the universal language because of its ability to express and connect with our emotions even in the absence of words. Let us experience and understand music in Hamamatsu, Japan's City of Music!
Hamamatsu is one of 23 cities in Shizuoka Prefecture. Manufacturing companies of musical instruments are mostly based in the city, making it a "City of Music."
$3,590 pp - Double
$3,390 pp - Single
- Economy group airfare Honolulu to Nagoya, Tokyo to Honolulu
- Hotel accommodation - (4) nights Hamamatsu, (2) nights Tokyo
- 7 breakfast, 1 bento dinner
- Admission for attraction as noted
- Hamamatsu Music Festival - Concert Tickets
- Transportation via air-conditioned mini-bus with English-speaking tour guide
- Regal Travel lanyard, luggage tags, mobile phone app
- Luggage transportation via luggage truck for Nagoya Airport to Hamamatsu; Hamamatsu to Tokyo, and to airport
Deposit due at the time of booking at $650 pp. Final payment due by 1/15/20.
- Cancel after 8/15/19 $300
- Cancel after 10/15/19 50% of package fare
- Cancel after 1/15/20 100% of package fare
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Space limited, first come basis.
- Depart Honolulu for Nagoya
- Arrive Nagoya & transfer to Hamamatsu
- Hamamatsu (B)
- Morning: Yamaha Music Factory Tour
- Afternoon: Free Time
Hamamatsu is a coastal city in Honshu, Japan's main island. The Nakatajima Sand Dunes, a breeding ground for loggerhead turtles, fringe the coastline. Near the Act Tower skyscraper, designed to resemble a harmonica, are the global exhibits of the Hamamatsu Museum of Musical Instruments. The reconstructed 16th-century Hamamatsu Castle has more than 400 cherry trees and an observatory with Pacific Ocean views.
- Hamamatsu (B)
- Train Station Performance featuring HBA's Wind Ensemble
- Hamamatsu (B)
- Hamamatsu Music Festival Concert Performance
The Hamamatsu International Wind Instrument Academy and Festival brings distinguished artists from all over the world together for six days of learning and magnificent music.
- Hamamatsu ~ Kamakura (鎌倉市) ~ Tokyo (B)
- Departing Hamamatsu for bus tour to Tokyo with a stop over at Kamakura.
Kamakura is a seaside Japanese city just south of Tokyo. The political center of medieval Japan, modern-day Kamakura is a prominent resort town with dozens of Buddhist Zen temples and Shinto shrines. Its most recognizable landmark is the Kotoku-in Temple’s Great Buddha, a roughly 13m-high bronze statue still standing after a 15th-century tsunami. Yuigahama Beach on Sagami Bay is a popular surfing spot.
Tokyo, Japan (B) - Full day Tokyo Sightseeing tour includes:
- Edo - Tokyo Museum
- Asakusa Kannon & Nakamise Shopping Street
- Meiji Jinga Shinto Shrine
- Ginza & Rappongi
Tokyo, Japan - Honolulu (B)
Check out of the hotel with a full day tour before heading to Narita Airport for your flight back to Honolulu. Visit Odaiba, high-tech entertainment hub in Tokyo Bay Area, Mori-Digital Art Museum. Arriving Narita with a stop over at AEON Shopping Mall to pick up omiyage for friends and family.
Drop off at the Narita Airport for your flight home.
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