Seat-in-coach transfers, Flights & Airport Taxes, passports and visa costs if applicable, admission fees into sights of interests, personal expenses such as tips for meals, gratuities, telephone calls, beverages, all meals not mentioned under inclusions and anything else of a personal nature, hotel accommodation and match ticket upgrades. Any services not mentioned.
20 September 2019 Tokyo Arrive Tokyo and make own way to hotel.
Centrally located hotel for 4 nights’ accommodation.
21 September 2019 Tokyo POOL B: NEW ZEALAND v SOUTH AFRICA @
International Stadium Yokohama – Kick-Off at 18h45
22 September 2019 Tokyo Full day at leisure.
23 September 2019 Tokyo Full day at leisure.
24 September 2019 Tokyo Make own way to airport.
From R23,470.00 per person sharing based on 3* hotels with CATEGORY D TICKETS
From R26,990.00 per person sharing based on 4* hotels with CATEGORY D TICKETS
From R35,650.00 per person sharing based on 5* hotels with CATEGORY D TICKETS
Quote is based on a minimum of 50 full paying passengers. All Match tickets may be upgraded at an additional cost – subject to availability. Rates quoted are subject to currency fluctuations. Rates quoted are subject to change due to final confirmation of flight costs and availability. Rates quoted include JCT Tax currently at 8%. All travel packages are subject to Pure Sport Terms and Conditions in conjunction with Rugby World Cup Travel Programme Ticket Terms and Conditions available at www.puresport.co.za
TOKYO TOP 5: To make the most of your trip, we recommend the following MUST SEE, MUST DO sights.
Tokyo’s most visited temple enshrines a golden image of Kannon (the Buddhist goddess of mercy), which, according to legend, was miraculously pulled out of the nearby Sumida-gawa by two fisher- men in AD 628. The image has remained on the spot ever since but is never on public display. The present structure dates from 1958. Entrance to the temple complex is via the fantastic, red Kaminari-mon (Thunder Gate) and busy shopping street Nakamise-dōri.
Ginza is the affluent shopping district in Tokyo, home to the city’s posh boutiques and gleam ing department stores, such as the classic Mitsukoshi and avant-garde Dover Street Market Ginza. There’s also the new high-fashion mall, Ginza Six. But tucked in between some of the more imposing facades are simpler pleasures, like the fine crafts at Takumi, the gourmet food items at Akoymeya and the nine floors of stationery and art supplies at Itōya.
Rumoured to be the busiest intersection in the world (and definitely in Japan), Shibuya Crossing, is like a giant beating heart, sending people in all directions with every pulsing light change. Perhaps nowhere else says ‘Welcome to Tokyo’ better than this. Hundreds of people – and at peak times said to be over 1000 people – cross at a time, coming from all directions. Shibuya also has wonderful shopping experience – Music shops and budget, outrageous apparel are everywhere
This 1958-vintage tower remains a beloved symbol of the city’s post-WWII rebirth. At 333m it’s 13m taller than the Eiffel Tower. The main observation deck is at 145m, giving you amazing views of Tokyo. At an additional cost visit the aquarium on the 1st floor or if you are an anime fan, there is an exhibit of the show One Piece on the 3rd floor.
A total calming experience in a spacious setting surrounded by natural elements and serving the finest home-grown ingredients, Nichigekka rises above the rest. Named after the characters for sun, moon and fire, Nichigekka draws on the passion in their name to give diners the best food, a warm welcoming atmosphere, and hospitality in the chic and modern Ginza area. Experience traditional Japanese cuisine at its’ best.
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