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Travel Itinerary Project

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Japan
Travel Itinerary Project
Travel Itinerary
Shaun-Tae
Celeste
Tristan
Bryan
Depart: September 25
8:31am Lihue, Kauai
Arrive : 9:03am Hnl
Depart Hnl: 2:15 pm
Arrive: Gum A.B
Won Pat Intl Airport
6:00am
Depart: 7:20am
Arrive: 10:20am NGO
Central
Japan Intl airport
Lodging
-Kyoya Ryoka, Nagoya 17,582 yen($149)

-Shinsaibashi Lion Rock in Osaka -
5600-8300 yen ($72 - 106)
Park Hyatt Tokyo $927

-Royal Park Hotel in Nagoya 109,386 yen ($927)
The Flight is $1,372
via Cheapoair.com
Economic Industries:
-manufacturing raw material
-Rice is the biggest agricultural product
-Robotics is a rapidly growing industry
Cultural norms: -traditional greeting is bowing
-theres no tipping in japan, it
can be considered insulting.
-Japanese is the language
spoken exclusively.
Shinto and Japanese Buddhism is the dominant
religions.
$1 USD=118.20 Japanese Yen
day 1
3-30-8 Sakae, Naka-ku | Matsuzakaya Nagoya South Bldg. 10F, Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture 460-0008, Japan
Atsuta Horaiken, Matsuzakayaten
Documentation and Security:

-Japanese foreign policy has aimed to promote peace and prosperity for the Japanese people by working closely with the West and supporting the United Nations
-Passport and visa required
-Face masks are often used to prevent the passing of germs

Nagoya Castle is known throughout the world as one of Japans greatest castles, it was built in the beginning of the Edo Period as the seat of one of the three branches of the ruling Tokugawa family, the Owari branch. Most of the buildings were destroyed by fire in the air raid of May 1945, during WWII, but donjon and other structures were rebuilt in 1959. The gold sea creatures ornamenting the roof were also restored and are popular among the residents of Nagoya as the city's symbol, along with the castle. The park surrounding the castle keep features two circles of moats and impressive walls with corner turrets. It also becomes an attractive hanami spot during the cherry blossom season which usually peaks in late March or early April.
day 2
Sakae district is formed around Sakae intersection, Otsu-dori,going north-south and Hirokoji-dori, going east-west. It is the main shopping district of Nagoya. It offers multiple department stores and malls catering to all kind of shoppers as well as a wide range of dining options. The most distinguishable feature of this shopping and entertainment complex is its 52 meter tall ferris wheel, named Sky Boat, that is accessed from the third floor. The complex also houses the theater and cafe/shop of SKE48. Sakae's new landmark is the futuristic looking Oasis 21 complex, which was opened to the public in 2002. Oasis 21 accommodates Nagoya's highway bus terminal and several shops and restaurants. Various events are held on the "Milky Way Square", the public space below the building's intriguing "Water Spaceship" roof, which is also accessible to the public and features a large pool of water.

Kaun, Nagoya
1-1-4 Meieki, Nakamura-ku | Nagoya Marriott Associa 18F, Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture 450-6002, Japan
4.5 out 5 stars on Trip Advisor
Toganji Temple- religious site
Day 3
Toganji, a Soto Zen sect temple of Japanese Buddhism dates from the sixteenth century and includes an impressive 15m high statue of the seated Buddha painted in a vivid green color. Toganji has many links to India as one of the high priests of the temple completed his studies in Buddhism there. Toganji Temple's grounds contain a Shiva-Lingam and a shrine dedicated to the Goddess Saraswati, who is honored in a Benzaiten Festival every May 7-8. Toganji also contains a huge wood block said to purge past sins if touched with one hand. Toganji's lovely temple grounds, though small, also contain a Chinese-style gate, an ancient pine tree and a thick, bamboo grove.

Love Pacific Cafe
3-23-38 Sakae Naka-ku, Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture 460-0008, Japan
5 of 5 stars on Tripadvisor
4.5 of 5 stars on tripadvisor
6 interesting facts about Japan
-Japans literacy rate is almost 100%
-Sumo is Japans national sport
-Vending machines in Japan sell beer, hot and cold canned coffee, cigarettes, and other items
- Japan is the largest automobile producer in the world
-The term karaoke means "empty orchestra" in Japanese
-Geisha means "person of the arts" and the first geisha were actually men
Atsuta Jingu Shrine
day 4
Address: 1-1-1 Jingu, Atsuta-ku, Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture 456-0031, Japan
Atsuta jingu is a Shinto shrine believed to have been built during the reign of Emperor Keiko. The shrine is dedicated to the generation of Atsuta No Okami and the 5 great gods of Atsuta. The shrine houses over 4,000 relics some of which a National Treasures of Japan. The shrine brings in more than 9,000,000 visitors annually .
the end

Travel with bus or train because no cars available
population: 127.34 million people
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