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8D6N Japan Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route
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8D6N Japan Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route

8D6N Japan Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route

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Get to experience the Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route with its unique snow walls and enjoy a spectacular view of the Japan Alps! With an elevation of about 2,400m, it can only be traversed by 6 different types of transportation. When you are here, be sure not to miss out on the snow corridor which can reach up to 20 metres high and is formed by the accumulated snow in the winter seasons. Explore Japan like never before when you pay a visit to Owakudani (The Great Boiling Valley) and see what mother nature has to offer. Complete your trip with a traditional lesson on how to produce miso, a commonly used cooking ingredient in Japan and of course, get your shopping fix at Tokyo's Shinjuku and Premium Outlet! What are you waiting for? Pack your bags and let's go on an adventure.

WeekendGoWhere has specially prepared an 8D6N Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route package for you, including a visit to a chocolate factory and several local markets. Get ready for a trip to remember in Japan!

Departure Dates: 7, 8 May 2019

[Trip Highlights]​​

  • Owakudani (The Great Boiling Valley)
  • Hakone Ropeway
  • Fuji Shibazakura (Pink Moss) Festival
  • Matsumoto Castle 
  • Experience Seasonal Fruit Picking 
  • Ishii Miso Brewery (Fermented Bean Paste)
  • Hida Folk Village
  • Takayama Morning Market
  • Takayama Old Town
  • Shirakawa-Go
  • Kanazawa Gold Leaf Store
  • Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route
  • Karuizawa Shiraito Falls
  • Ashikaga Flower Park
  • Shinjuku
  • Toyosu Fish Market
  • Ushiku Daibutsu (Great Buddha)
  • Premium Outlet

[Trip Itinerary]

Day 1: 

Singapore > Tokyo (Narita / Haneda)

(Meals will be provided on board the flight)

  • Assemble at Changi International Airport and begin your vacation with a pleasant flight to the Land of the Rising Sun - Japan.

Day 2:

Tokyo > Kanagawa > Yamanashi

(Lunch / Dinner)

  • Owakudani (The Great Boiling Valley) - Famous for its Kurotamago (Black Boiled Eggs), Owakudani is the area surrounding the crater of Mount Hakone. Today, this volcanic area remains active and sulfurous fumes, hot springs and hot rivers are still present. Here, you can purchase eggs which are blackened by the sulfur and cooked in the geothermally heated waters. It is believed that consuming these eggs can prolong one's life by seven years, so why not give it a try?

(Cr: Tokyo Weekender)

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  • Hakone Ropeway - Pamper yourself with an amazing view of Mount Fuji and the Crater of Hakone when you hop on the Scenic Cable Car Ride. It is definitely a sight you do not want to miss!

(Cr: Hakone Ropeway)

  • Fuji Shibazakura (Pink Moss) Festival - This attraction is only open for a limited time every year from Mid-April to Early-June, due to the blooming season for the Shibazakura (Pink Moss). Get to enjoy a spectacular view of the expansive fields of pink moss with Mount Fuji in the backdrop. Be prepared to be blown away by the superb view given by the different shapes of pink, purple and white flowers, which approximately adds up to 800,000 stalks. 

**Note: In the event of high volcanic activity, Owakudani and Hakone Ropeway would be completely closed off and the visit will be replaced with other activities. The ability to see Shibazakura is subject to climate and weather conditions.

(Cr: shibazakura.jp)

(Cr: shibazakura.jp)

(Cr: shibazakura.jp)

Day 3:

Yamanashi > Nagano > Gifu 

(Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner)

  • Matsumoto Castle - Visit one of Japan's most beautiful castles which happens to be the most complete among Japan's original castles. Admission into the castle is included as well. 

(Cr: visitmatsumoto)

(Cr: visitmatsumoto)

  • Experience Seasonal Fruit Picking 

**Note: Seasonal Fruit Picking is subject to weather and climate conditions. It will be replaced with other activities in the event of unforeseen circumstances.

  • Ishii Miso Brewery - Attend a lesson on how to make authentic miso through unique and traditional methods. Miso, also known as fermented soybean paste, makes up an important part of Japanese cuisine. Check out how this essential ingredient is made at the brewery where they ferment miso for three years in wooden barrels, rather than plastic or metal which allows for better air circulation, and hence better fermentation.

(Cr: visitmatsumoto)

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  • Hida Folk Village - Head to Hida Folk Village, an open-air museum that consists of more than 30 traditional houses from the Edo Period. These massive farmhouses are unique because they resemble a pair of hands joined together in prayer. 

(Cr: Japan Hoppers)

(Cr: Japan Hoppers)

(Cr: Japan Hoppers)

Day 4:

Gifu > Ishikawa

(Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner)

  • Takayama Morning Market - Both tourists and locals frequent this market, which contains stores that sell a wide range of items like local crafts, snacks, and fresh produce. 
  • Takayama Old Town

(Cr: Japan Guide)

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  • Shirakawa-go (Shirakawa Village) - Due to the location and weather at this region, interaction with the neighbouring regions were limited and this allowed unique cultural traditions and lifestyles to be preserved. 

(Cr: thepoortraveler.net)

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(Cr: thepoortraveler.net)

  • Kanazawa Gold Leaf Store - Get to observe the production of gold leaf, which is so thin and delicate that it has to be handled with utmost care. Given the humid conditions and purity of the water supply, Kanazawa is the main production site for this nationally designated traditional handicraft

(Cr: kanazawastation.co)

(Cr: kanazawastation.co)

Day 5:

Ishikawa > Tonami > Nagano 

(Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner)

  • Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route - Known as the “Roof of Japan”, this route passes through the scenic Mt. Tateyama in the Japan Alps and you can only get here through a variety of transport modes, including a cable car ride, highland bus and a ropeway.
Mode of Transportation Time Required Distance Travelled Elevation
Tateyama Cable Car 7 min 1.3km 475m
Tateyama Highland Bus 50 min 23km 977m
Tateyama Tunnel Trolley Bus 10 min 3.7km 2450m
Tateyama Ropeway 7 min 1.7km 2316m
Kurobe Cable Car 5 min 0.8km 1828m
Kanden Tunnel Trolley Bus 16 min 6.1km 1470m

(Cr: iamaileen.com)

(Cr: iamaileen.com)

(Cr: Japan Guide)

(Cr: Japan Guide)

(Cr: Japan Guide)

(Cr: Japan Guide)

(Cr: Japan Guide)

(Cr: Toyama Prefectural Tourism Association)

**Note: The ability to see the Snow Wall is subject to weather and climate conditions. Any of the 6 transportation modes may be suspended or delayed due to the weather or vehicle breakdown. During the peak period, the boarding time may be changed.

Day 6:

Nagano > Tokyo

(Breakfast / Lunch) 

  • Karuizawa Shiraito Falls - Pay a visit to a small arc-shaped waterfall framed by mountain slopes.

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  • Ashikaga Flower Park - Visit this flower park which is only open for a limited time every year and is known for its beautiful and vibrant flowers, the Wisteria. Even at night, the park is decorated with LED lights which earned itself the title of one of the best illumination display in Japan. 

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(Cr: Japan Experience)

**Note: Wisteria is subject to weather and climate conditions.

  • ShinjukuIf you're in Japan's capital, you cannot miss Tokyo’s Famous Shopping Area! Shinjuku is a large entertainment, business and shopping area around Shinjuku Station, which is the World's Busiest Railway Station. How many people pass through this station each day? At least two million passengers!

(Cr: Benjamin Hung)

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Day 7:

Tokyo > Ibaraki > Tokyo


  • Toyosu Fish Market - Head to one of Tokyo' wholesale markets and also one of the largest fish markets in the world, which was erected to take over the wholesale business from the ageing Tsukiji Market. Get to take a look at the auctions and wholesale halls for fresh seafood and local produce.
  • Ushiku Daibutsu (Great Buddha) - Visit one of the tallest bronze Buddhist statues in Japan, which soars to a height of 120m.

(Cr: Japan Visitor)

(Cr: Japan Visitor)

  • Premium Outlet - If you are a shopaholic, prepare yourself and rejoice because you are about to visit Japan’s Most Popular Outlet Mall, which is definitely a shopping paradise!

Day 8:

Tokyo (Narita / Haneda) > Singapore 

(Breakfast / Meals will be provided on board the flight)

  • Transfer to Tokyo International Aiport for your flight back to Singapore.

Everything is all set and ready for you. What are you waiting for? Embark on your next adventure in Japan!

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[Hotel Accommodation]

  • 2N Tokyo Dome Hotel or similar
  • 1N Yatsugatake Royal Hotel or similar
  • 1N Takayama Associa Hotel or similar
  • 1N Toyama Tonami Royal Hotel or similar
  • 1N Tochigi Hotel Sunshine Kinugawa or similar


Our package starts from S$2,888 / Adult

Departure Dates: 7, 8 May 2019

Chat with us on WeekendGoWhere or Facebook Messenger to talk to our travel consultants or WhatsApp +65 93900052 (Mon - Fri, 9am - 6pm / Sat, 9am - 5pm)

*Price excludes airport tax, local tax, and all spendings of personal nature.


6 Breakfasts + 5 Lunches + 4 Dinners

  • Sushi
  • Tempura
  • Shabu-Shabu
  • Yakiniku or Seafood BBQ
  • Kaiseki
  • Hoba Miso


  • Chinese Speaking Group
  • In the event of unforeseen circumstances, the sequence of itinerary is subject to changes without prior notice.
  • The review of hotels is based on the local rating.
  • Children age-range: 2-11 years-old


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