Japan Enthusiasts worldwide are going bonkers for a chance to win a dream trip to Japan. I thought I’d share the details and allow my blog readers the opportunity to enter as well. This is really a dream trip. I’ve already entered and you should too! All the details and prizes are available below and on the Lonely Planet’s website, be sure to read the terms and conditions and good luck! Memories of my September 2011 Japan trip are all flooding through my head while typing this blogpost, the chances of winning are slim but there is still a chance!
Cathay Pacific, Hyatt Hotels & Resorts and InsideJapan Tours are offering one Lonely Planet Traveller reader and their guest the chance to win a six-night trip to Japan.
The prize includes:Return Economy flights with Cathay Pacific and Dragonair, from Heathrow via Hong Kong, flying into Tokyo and out of Osaka Kansai International AirportThree nights at the Grand Hyatt TokyoThree nights at the Hyatt Regency KyotoTwo seven-day Japan Rail Passes from InsideJapan Tours and an info pack to guide you on your journey
A six-night itinerary for two, courtesy of InsideJapan Tours, Hyatt Hotels & Resorts and Cathay Pacific visiting Tokyo and Kyoto, with accommodation provided on a b&b basis.
During your week in the Land of the Rising Sun, you will be able to experience the very different attractions of its two most fascinating cities: Tokyo and Kyoto. The trip begins in Tokyo – the modern capital and a metropolis of more than 13 million people, with a huge choice of restaurants, bars, art galleries and shopping streets to explore.
After your stay in Tokyo, you will ride the bullet train to Kyoto – Japan’s historic capital. It’s often hard to choose from the city’s wealth of gardens and temples, but you can begin with the 1,001 gilded statues in the Sanjusangen-do temple, just next door to your hotel.
First seen on Twitter thanks to @IsshoniVanessaKirk lives in Kingston, Jamaica and is an avid Japan enthusiast. Since starting Jamaipanese.com in February 2006 and visiting Japan in September 2011 his knowledge and understanding of Japan has grown and he enjoys sharing his interests with his readers.