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Japan Travel Itinerary 2013
Transcript of Japan Travel Itinerary 2013
Please go to bed early on Monday night as Tuesday will be a very long day and you need to be rested if you wish to enjoy the tour. DAY 1 - MARCH 26TH, TUESDAY
(MELBOURNE -> SINGAPORE -> FUKUOKA)
**Arrive at Melbourne Tullamarine International Airport at 14:15pm. Please report directly to a teacher at the Singapore Airline counter.**
PLEASE DO NOT BE LATE! DAY 2 - MARCH 27TH, WEDNESDAY
DAY 6 - MARCH 31ST, SUNDAY
Hiroshima International Plaza
Homestay DAY 7 - APRIL 1ST, MONDAY
Higashihiroshima - Kyoto
Kiyomizu Temple and Gion Corner DAY 8 - APRIL 2ND, TUESDAY
-Fushimi Inari Taisha
-Nishijin Textile Centre
-Nijo Castle DAY 9 - APRIL 3RD, WEDNESDAY
Toei Movie World DAY 10 - APRIL 4TH, THURSDAY
Kyoto -> Tokyo
-Tokyo Anime Centre
-Ueno Market DAY 11 - APRIL 5TH, FRIDAY
-Harajuku DAY 12 - APRIL 6TH, SATURDAY
-Tokyo Life Safety Learning Centre
-Tokyo Sky Tree DAY 13 - APRIL 7TH, SUNDAY
Tokyo -> Melbourne
Tokyo Disneyland DAY 14 - APRIL 8TH, MONDAY
MELBOURNE Arrive in Melbourne at approximately 19:15pm (Melbourne time) where you will be required to go through customs.
**Please arrange your parents/guardian to pick you up at the airport, they must be on time as teachers will not be available to remain in the airport to supervise waiting boys.** Expectations of students during the trip •Buying of alcoholic items are NOT allowed.
•Buying of illegal weapons are NOT allowed.
•Buying of inappropriate magazines are NOT allowed.
•Follow close instructions from teachers during the trip.
•Do not wander off without any teachers’ permission.
•No usage of mobile phones when a teacher is either briefing or debriefing the tour group
•Pack your things in a small suitcase or back pack. There will be many times when we have to walk and carry, so large suitcases are inappropriate.
•Do not buy more than you can carry in your luggage
•Carry your own personal bags.
•Spend your money wisely throughout the trip.
•Do not borrow/ lend money from/to your fellow travel mates.
•Light out at 10pm every night. Local Etiquette •In Tokyo, there’s no rubbish on the street, but there aren’t any garbage bins, so everyone has to carry their trash along with them.
•Bear foot on the straw mat ( Tatami ) Students MUST bring: -Passport
-Big handkerchief for the head ( for the cooking experience )
-Winter clothing: warm jumper is essential
**It’s almost spring time, but weather in Japan will be cool**
-Dry face towel for rainstorm simulation
-A pair of indoor slippers
-Waterproof jacket -Toothbrush and toothpaste
**All Japanese hotels supply towels, shampoo, soap**
-Medicine (Panadol, Travel Sickness tablets etc…) and band aids
-Up to size 56cm (22’’) luggage bag or back pack
56cm56W x 35H x 23D (cm)
-A cap, sunglasses and extra SMALL carry bag for daily use Exchanging money Japanese shops prefer cash (Yen)
You are able to purchase Yen from your Australia Banks or post office before you go
You may have to order foreign currency 48 hours in advance
The rates are usually better than travel agency or exchange desk DO NOT GET TRAVELERS CHEQUES
They are very difficult to exchange as only banks will do it and it takes a long time to do so
$250-$300 is reasonable amount for drinks, snacks and souvenir. Use the bank called KVB Kunlun in the city (Melbourne) to exchange cash AUD to JPY
You can call them to ask exchange rate of the day over the phone to compare to others
They have good exchange rate and NO handling fee to exchange money
Here are the contact details: http://www.kvbkunlun.com/en/html/contactus/Contact_address_mel.aspx International calls **Please be aware of the international call charges**
**Japan is 2 hours behind Melbourne time** Electrical adaptor Please purchase a plug adaptor beforehand. How to use the Japanese toilet
How to use the Japanese bath THE PLACES WE ARE GOING ARE THE SAFE PLACES TO TRAVEL NOW.