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Sightseeing, attractions, culture and history Tours in Fukuoka

Fukuoka Sightseeing, attractions, culture and history Tours 2019/2020

Sightseeing, attractions, culture and history tours in Fukuoka. Looking to explore Fukuoka on a sightseeing, attractions, culture and history trip? We offer 2 sightseeing, attractions, culture and history tours through-out Fukuoka having in total 2 reviews. All the tours are offered by 2 curated travel operators in Fukuoka. Durations range from 6 days to 20 days.

2 Sightseeing, attractions, culture and history Tours with 2 Reviews

Highlights
  • Tokyo - Explore the city's lively neon-lit streets and visit the nearby Hakone National Park for a spectacular view of Mount Fuji.
  • Bullet Train - Experience comfortable rail travel at an average speed of 174 mph.
  • Kyoto - See the traditional side of Japan, with its stunning temples, immaculate Zen gardens and enigmatic geishas.
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  • Starts Tokyo, Japan
  • Ends Fukuoka, Japan

Shogun Trail

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The trip seems expensive, but is actually quite good value as so much is included - travel, entry to museums ...
SavingUS$ 255
From US$ 4,835 12 days View Tour
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Sep 15 Only 1 seat left
Oct 20 Only 10 seats left
Highlights
  • Bullet Train to Hakone.
  • Hakone Outdoor Museum.
  • Historic Takayama.
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  • Starts Tokyo, Japan
  • Ends Fukuoka, Japan

JAPAN-BY-RAIL - With Kyushu Island Extension

20 day cultural, religious and historic sites trip visiting Tokyo and Fukuoka in Japan. Read More
From US$ 6,960 20 days View Tour
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Oct 23 Only 8 seats left
Apr 4 Only 5 seats left
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Fukuoka Tour Reviews

5.0 - Excellent Based on 2 customer reviews
Excellent Reviewed Tour: Shogun Trail
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5 - Excellent
“The trip seems expensive, but is actually quite good value as so much is included - travel, entry to museums etc.

We loved the way the route was based on the James Clavell book, Shogun. One of the scrolls in the Hirado museum tracked it exactly. And it was perfect ending with a view of the tombstone of William Adams, the Navigator the story is based on.”
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