Japan - All inklusive av høy kvalitet


 

Opplev fantastiske Japan på ALL-INKLUSIVE cruise med Regent Seven Seas Cruises hvor man har opptil 31 landutflukter inkludert samt fire dagers landpakke før eller etter cruiset i Tokyo! Se mer informasjon om landpakken nederst på siden.

Har du noen spørsmål rundt disse cruisene, er det bare å sende en mail til monica@cruisespesialisten.com eller arne@cruisespesialisten.com

Inkludert ombord
• Alle måltider og 24 timer rom service
• All drikke
• Opptil 31 ulike landutflukter
• Tips til personalet
• Wifi
• Fire dager landpakke i Tokyo

Ikke inkludert
• Flyreise og ekstra hotellnetter i Tokyo(Concierge har en hotell-natt i Tokyo inkl.) 
• Personlig forbruk ombord 
• Eventuelle vaksiner og visum

Pris og kapasitet er gitt med forbehold om endringer. Vi er behjelpelig med flyreise og overnattinger. Flyselskapene legger ut sine ruter cirka 11 måneder før avreise.


 

23. oktober 2021, 10 netters cruise

ZEN GARDENS & SAMURAI LEGENDS 
23. okt Tokyo, avreise kl. 19.00
24. okt Shimizu, kl. 07.00.16.00
25. okt Kyoto (Kobe), ankomst kl. 12.00 
26. okt Kyoto (Kobe), avreise 21.00
27. okt Sjødag
28. okt Hiroshima, kl. 07.00-16.00
29. okt Busan, Sør-Korea, kl. 10.00-19.00
30. okt Nagasaki, kl. 08.00-18.00
31. okt Kagoshima, kl. 09.30-18.30
1. nov Sjødag
2. nov Tokyo

DELUXE VERANDA - Priser fra Euro 6 909 pr person
SUPERIOR SUITE - Priser fra Euro 7 309 pr person
CONCIERGE SUITE - Priser fra Euro 7 879 pr person

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8. mars 2022, 12 netters cruise

BEST OF JAPAN
8. mars Tokyo, avreise kl. 17.00
9. mars Nagoya, kl. 10.00-19.00
10. mars Kyoto (Kobe), ankomst kl. 12.00
11. mars Kyoto (Kobe), avreise kl. 19.00
12. mars Sjødag
13. mars Busan, Sør-Korea, kl. 09.00-19.00
14. mars Nagasaki, kl. 08.00-17.00
15. mars Naze(Oshima Island), kl. 10.00-18.00
16. mars Okinawa(Naha), kl. 08.00-17.00
17. mars Sjødag
18. mars Kochi, kl. 07.00-16.00
19. mars Shimizu, kl. 10.00-19.00
20. mars Tokyo

DELUXE VERANDA - Priser fra Euro 7 829 pr person
SUPERIOR SUITE - Priser fra Euro 8 039 pr person
CONCIERGE SUITE - Priser fra Euro 8 539 pr person

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Seven Seas Explorer

SS Explorer var ny i 2016 og er et luksuriøst skip med flott interiør, smakfulle suiter, elegante restauranter og barer. Skipet tar kun 750 gjester, så det er en rolig og avslappende atmosfære om bord! Ingen formelle kvelder, god plass og ingen kø, samt en hyggelig betjening som gjør sitt ytterste for at dere skal få en uforglemmelig opplevelse om bord 

SUITER OMBORD
Det finnes et stort utvalg av suiter ombord. Vi har nedenfor satt opp de tre mest populære suitene. Ønsker dere noe som er større, er det bare å ta kontakt med oss. 

Deluxe Veranda (Suite 23.5m2 og balkong 5m2)


Superior Suite (Suite 30.8m2 og balkong 7.7-12.2)

Concierge Suite (Suite 30.8m2 og balkong 7.7-12.2)


BESPISNING
Ombord finnes det flere spisesteder, alle er inkludert i prisen. Hovedrestauranten Compass Rose og den intime buffetrestauranten La Veranda, hvor man kan spise ute eller inne. I tillegg finnes Pool Grill ute ved bassenget som serverer enklere retter fra morgen til kveld, samt Coffee Connect, skipets flotte kaffebar. Og så har man selvfølgelig 24 timers rom service! Og for ikke å glemme de fire flotte spesialitetsrestaurantene som også er inkludert, se nedenfor!

Prime 7 - Steakhouse. Åpen til middag. 


Chartreuse - Fransk restaurant. Åpen til middag. 


Pacific Rim - Asiatisk restaurant. Åpen til middag. 


Sette Mari - Til middag gjøres La Veranda om til italiensk restaurant 
 

 

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4 dager landpakke inkludert


4 DAGER LANDPAKKE FØR CRUISET / VIBRANT TOKYO

From your base in Tokyo, you will visit some of the most impressive sights of Japan, including various ancient temples as well as some of its modern and natural wonders. Tour the 7th-century Sensoji Temple in Asakusa and visit the Odaiba Observation Deck, located in the headquarters of Fuji Television. Discover Tokyo’s fascinating Shogun history or Japan’s rich tradition of art at superb museums, stroll through beautiful gardens and during your leisure time, perhaps take in the high-energy atmosphere of Ginza, Tokyo’s premier shopping and entertainment district.

DAY 1
Upon arrival at either the Narita or Haneda International Airports in Tokyo, you will be met at the exit of the Custom’s area. Transfer to your hotel where the remainder of the day is at your leisure. Meals are on your own. Please note that check in time at the hotel is at 4:00pm.

Although every effort will be made to have the rooms available before this time, this cannot be guaranteed. Should you have a very early morning arrival you may wish to book an extra night so that your room is available when you arrive.

NOTE: In general, hotel rooms in Japan are smaller than hotel rooms elsewhere around the world. Per Japanese culture, standard typical bedding is two twin beds. Although every effort will be made to obtain rooms with one bed for couples, this cannot be guaranteed. Should you require two beds, kindly make sure to advise this when booking your program.

DAY 2
Enjoy breakfast at your hotel. The morning is at your leisure and lunch is on your own. In the afternoon, you will be met by your guide in the lobby of the hotel before heading out on a half tour of the city. You will first journey to the Asakusa area – part of Tokyo’s Old Town. Visit the Asakusa Senso-ji Temple, which was founded in the early 7th century. Weather permitting, you will enter through a gate decorated with a huge red paper lantern to view the shrine. The architecture is stunning, as this temple is the country’s oldest and one of the most revered. One of the highlights is a walk down Nakamise-dori, known as the “Street of Inside Shops,” an alley lined with vendors selling traditional food, souvenirs and handmade crafts.

Next visit the Edo Tokyo Museum. This is one of Tokyo’s premier museums, charting the rise of Tokyo from a small fishing village called Edo through to the thriving metropolis that you see today. Housed in a space-age building, exhibits include a wide range of historical artifacts, including collections of ukiyoe woodblock prints, kimonos and scale models of towns and buildings from the Edo, Meiji and Showa periods.

Return to your hotel where the remainder of the day is at your leisure and dinner is on your own.

DAY 3
Following breakfast at the hotel, you will begin yet another half-day tour of Tokyo, allowing you to see the city from a different perspective.

Your guide will take you first to the modern Odaiba area. When the sprawling metropolis, that is Tokyo nowadays, ran out of space, they inevitably turned toward the sea. Odaiba is a man-made island created by massive landfills, featuring many hypermodern and strange buildings memorably described as the result of a preschooler’s architecture class. Among the exhibition, pavilions, indoor shopping malls, game centers, cafes, restaurants, and surrealistic constructions of Odaiba, the visitor never fails to be intrigued by the structures on this landfill that seems to hail from the future rather than the past. You will have the chance to enjoy it from above, during a visit to an observation deck, located in one of Odaiba’s representative buildings: the headquarters of Fuji Television.

Your next stop will be Ginza area. This is one of the most luxurious shopping districts in the world. The streets in Ginza are lined with numerous departments stores, boutiques, restaurants and bars. Upon arrival you will enjoy some free time to browse, shop or perhaps visit some of the free galleries.

The tour concludes with a visit to the Imperial Palace Plaza (no interior visit), where Japan’s emperor and empress reside. Surrounded by a moat, the palace was formerly known as Edo Castle, and samurai warriors lived there in the 17th through 19th centuries. In the large plaza in front of the palace, you can view the famed Nijubashi—two bridges that form an entrance to the inner palace grounds. The stone bridge in front is called Meganebashi (Eyeglass Bridge) for its looks.

Upon return to your hotel, the remainder of the day is at your leisure with lunch and dinner on your own.

DAY 4
After breakfast and check-out, you will visit Meiji Shrine. Dedicated to the Emperor Meiji, the father of modern Japan, the beautiful shrine stands in a dense forest glade of some 120,000 trees of 365 different species, at the very heart of Tokyo. The setting symbolizes the separation of the spiritual from the worldly. You enter the shrine through twin 40-feet tall Torii gates, one of the largest in all Japan. This shrine is a popular place for traditional Japanese weddings, if you are lucky, you might get see one.

From the peaceful green oasis surrounding Meiji Shrine you will continue to the beautiful Hamarikyu Garden, an Edo Period Japanese garden surrounded by the Shiodome district’s futuristic skyscrapers. This provides a great example of how Japan is the land of contrasts. The garden was originally built as a feudal lord's Tokyo residence and duck hunting grounds during the Edo Period, but later served as a strolling garden and as an Imperial detached palace before eventually being opened to the public in its current form.

After visiting the Hamarikyu Garden, you will be transferred to the cruise ship terminal for embarkation.

NOTE:
*The day of the visit to Edo Tokyo Museum may vary, since the Museum is closed on Mondays.
*The day of the visit to Odaiba Observation deck may vary, since the observation deck is closed on Mondays.


4 DAGER LANDPAKKE ETTER CRUISET / VIBRANT TOKYO 
From your base in Tokyo, you will visit some of the most impressive sights of Japan, including various ancient temples as well as some of its modern and natural wonders. Tour the 7th-century Sensoji Temple in Asakusa and visit the Odaiba Observation Deck, located in the headquarters of Fuji Television. Discover Tokyo’s fascinating Shogun history or Japan’s rich tradition of art at superb museums, stroll through beautiful gardens and during your leisure time, perhaps take in the high-energy atmosphere of Ginza, Tokyo’s premier shopping and entertainment district.

DAY 1
Upon disembarkation in Tokyo you will be met by your guide at the port and being your tour of Tokyo.

Your first visit is to the beautiful Hamarikyu Garden, an Edo Period Japanese garden surrounded by the Shiodome district’s futuristic skyscrapers. This provides a great example of how Japan is the land of contrasts. The garden was originally built as a feudal lord's Tokyo residence and duck hunting grounds during the Edo Period, but later served as a strolling garden and as an Imperial detached palace before eventually being opened to the public in its current form.

Next visit the Edo Tokyo Museum. This is one of Tokyo’s premier museums, charting the rise of Tokyo from a small fishing village called Edo through to the thriving metropolis that you see today. Housed in a space-age building, exhibits include a wide range of historical artifacts, including collections of ukiyoe woodblock prints, kimonos and scale models of towns and buildings from the Edo, Meiji and Showa periods.

After lunch at a local restaurant you will visit the Meiji Shrine. Dedicated to the Emperor Meiji, the father of modern Japan, the beautiful shrine stands in a dense forest glade of some 120,000 trees of 365 different species, at the very heart of Tokyo. The setting symbolizes the separation of the spiritual from the worldly. You enter the shrine through twin 40-feet tall Torii gates, one of the largest in all Japan. This shrine is a popular place for traditional Japanese weddings, if you are lucky, you might get see one.

Continue to your hotel for check-in. The remainder of the day is at your leisure and dinner is on your own.

NOTE: In general, hotel rooms in Japan are smaller than hotel rooms elsewhere around the world. Per Japanese culture, standard typical bedding is two twin beds. Although every effort will be made to obtain rooms with one bed for couples, this cannot be guaranteed. Should you require two beds, kindly make sure to advise this when booking your program.

DAY 2
Following breakfast at the hotel, you will set out on a half-day tour of Tokyo, allowing you to see the city from a different perspective than the day prior.

Your guide will take you first to the modern Odaiba area. When the sprawling metropolis, that is Tokyo nowadays, ran out of space, they inevitably turned toward the sea. Odaiba is a man-made island created by massive landfills, featuring many hypermodern and strange buildings memorably described as the result of a preschooler’s architecture class. Among the exhibition, pavilions, indoor shopping malls, game centers, cafes, restaurants, and surrealistic constructions of Odaiba, the visitor never fails to be intrigued by the structures on this landfill that seems to hail from the future rather than the past. You will have the chance to enjoy it from above, during a visit to an observation deck, located in one of Odaiba’s representative buildings: the headquarters of Fuji Television.

Your next stop will be Ginza area. This is one of the most luxurious shopping districts in the world. The streets in Ginza are lined with numerous departments stores, boutiques, restaurants and bars. Upon arrival you will enjoy some free time to browse, shop or perhaps visit some of the free galleries.

Return to your hotel where the remainder of the day is at your leisure and dinner is on your own.

DAY 3
After breakfast set out for the Asakusa area – part of Tokyo’s Old Town. Visit the Asakusa Senso-ji Temple, which was founded in the early 7th century. Weather permitting, you will enter through a gate decorated with a huge red paper lantern to view the shrine.

The architecture is stunning, as this temple is the country’s oldest and one of the most revered. One of the highlights is a walk down Nakamise-dori, known as the “Street of Inside Shops,” an alley lined with vendors selling traditional food, souvenirs and handmade crafts.

The tour concludes with a visit to the Imperial Palace Plaza (no interior visit), where Japan’s emperor and empress reside. Surrounded by a moat, the palace was formerly known as Edo Castle, and samurai warriors lived there in the 17th through 19th centuries. In the large plaza in front of the palace, you can view the famed Nijubashi—two bridges that form an entrance to the inner palace grounds. The stone bridge in front is called Meganebashi (Eyeglass Bridge) for its looks.

Upon return to your hotel, the remainder of the day is at your leisure with lunch and dinner on your own.

DAY 4
Enjoy one last breakfast at your hotel before checking out and transferring to either the Narita or the Haneda International Airports. Your transfer time will be based on the flight details provided and relayed while you are on the program. Should you have a late departing flight, luggage storage will be available at the hotel. Check out time is at 12:00pm.

NOTE:
*The day of the visit to Edo Tokyo Museum may vary, since the Museum is closed on Mondays.
*The day of the visit to Odaiba Observation deck may vary, since the observation deck is closed on Mondays.

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