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United Airlines Special

Japan's 4 Major Gastronomy Cities with Charismatic Chef

12

Days

11

Nights

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Tour Period

2024
Nov 9 - Nov 19 (Fixed)


*Additional nights arrangement available

*Able to add extra days before and after in the date above.
*The U.S. departure should be before Nov. 8 to join the tour on Nov. 9 in Tokyo.

Included

Airfares

  • Round trip international flights by United Airlines

    *Several departure cities are available. The airfares are based on availability.

Accommodations

  • 10 nights accommodation (Tokyo, Fukuoka, Kyoto, Osaka)

  • Stay at hand-selected luxury accommodations.

    *Please ask for an additional night stay.

Meals

  • Breakfast everyday

  • Dinner-TBA (Tokyo)

  • Chef Abe Live kitchen at Sabataro (Fukuoka)

  • Dinner at Restaurant Sola (Fukuoka)

  • Lunch at Kayanoya and sake brewery (Fukuoka)

  • Dinner at hot springs ryokan (Yufuin)

  • Bento box lunch on bullet train

  • 1 kaiseki multi-course dinner and all-inclusive drinks (alcoholic and non-alcoholic) at a fine restaurant with maiko and geisha performance (Kyoto)

  • Wagyu dinner (Osaka)

Others

  • Professional English-speaking tour guide and vehicle on Day Tour in Tokyo, Fukuoka and Kyoto

  • Domestic one-way flight Tokyo (HND) to Fukuoka

  • Coach class bullet train transfers between Kyushu to Kyoto

  • Mini bus transfer from Kyoto to Osaka

Not Included

Admission Fees & Activities

  • Entrance fees are NOT included, providing you the cost efficiency of only paying for what you used

Meals

  • Meals that are not included in the itinerary

  • Alcoholic beverages and soft drinks

Others

  • Travel Insurance

  • Personal expenses such as telephone and laundry bills

  • Arrival and departure airport transfers

  • Local transport (taxi fares, bus, subway, train and ferry tickets) for your group and guide are NOT included unless specified

Explore Japan's top 4 gourmet cities with a charismatic chef on this extraordinary food tour.

Participate in numerous activities: discovery of Sake brewing, a guided tour of the Japanese hidden charm spot and evening of gastronomy.

Fukuoka Tour Organizer: Chef Abe

Chef Hiroki Abe

Chef Hiroki Abe comes from a family of culinary tradition with his father’s sushi restaurant in Fukuoka, Japan, as his first work experience in the kitchen at the young age of twelve.

He refined and sharpened his craft in all ranges of Japanese cuisine through a series of celebrated restaurants in Fukuoka’s most vibrant food scenes.

Chef Abe has called New York City his home since 2001. After the meteoric rise within the culinary scenes with his seasoned techniques and iconic showmanship, he was named Executive Chef at En Brasserie where it offered him the revered status as one of the most demanded chefs in the world.

In 2018, he stood at the helm of the new second restaurant by En, Chateau Hanare, in Los Angeles in collaboration with the famed Chateau Marmont, where he infused fresh vision in authentic Japanese cuisine to West Hollywood. He would continue on as executive chef for both locations until the fall of 2019.

Today, chef Abe has furthered his career as a private chef, to challenge and expand the guests’ perceptions of Japanese cuisine through his commitment to capture the essence of each dish with the freshest of local ingredients and cutting-edge modern techniques.

Restaurant Sola
Restaurant Sola
Restaurant Sola
Restaurant Sola
Dazaifu Tenmangu
Dazaifu Tenmangu
Fukuoka Hakata Yatai
Fukuoka Hakata Yatai

Itinerary

*Note: The itinerary is subject to change without notice. Please contact us for the detail.

day-1
Departure (Fri, Nov 8)
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Tokyo (Sat, Nov 9)
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Tokyo (Sun, Nov 10)
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Tokyo (Mon, Nov 11)
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day-5
Tokyo to Fukuoka (Tue, Nov 12)
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day-6
Fukuoka (Wed, Nov 13)
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day-7
Fukuoka (Thu, Nov 14)
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day-8
Fukuoka - Yanagawa/Yame - Yufuin (Fri, Nov 15)
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day-9
Hakata to Kyoto (Sat, Nov 16)
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Kyoto (Sun, Nov 17)
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day-11
Kyoto - Osaka (Mon, Nov 18)
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day-12
Osaka - Tour Ends (Tue. Nov 19)
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day-1

Departure (Fri, Nov 8)

United Airlines

U.S. Cities Departure

*Please ask for the price from several departure cities.


day-2

Tokyo (Sat, Nov 9)

Welcome to Japan!! Arrive in Tokyo

Make your own way to your hotel in Tokyo by train or Airport Limousine Bus, we will provide full instructions in advance.

Note: If you would like the meet and greet or private hotel transfer to be included, please contact us for the arrangement.


Hotel iconHotel New Otani, The Main
day-3

Tokyo (Sun, Nov 10)

Breakfast: At the hotel

1 Day Tokyo Tour with English Speaking Guide

In the morning, meet a private guide at the lobby. Enjoy an efficient, one-day tour of Tokyo accompanied by a licensed and experienced English speaking guide! Your guide will introduce traditional aspects of this dynamic Japanese capital.

Dinner: TBA


Hotel iconBreakfast/Dinner
Hotel iconHotel New Otani, The Main
day-4

Tokyo (Mon, Nov 11)

Free Day

As Japan’s capital and the world’s most populous metropolis, Tokyo offers tradition and innovation, and unlimited opportunities to eat, shop and explore.

Additional Activity

  • TeamLab Ticket

  • Tokyo’s Most Extravagant Ramen with Luxury A5 Rank Wagyu Beef

  • Traditional Tea Ceremony in Ginza

  • 1 Day Kamakura Private Scenic Bicycle Tour

Feel free to contact to us If you wish to pursue optional activities on your free time. Additional fees will apply and we will gladly arrange.

Dinner: At your own
*We are happy to introduce recommended restaurants and make a reservation!


Hotel iconBreakfast
Hotel iconHotel New Otani, The Main
day-5

Tokyo to Fukuoka (Tue, Nov 12)

After having breakfast in the hotel, we will make our way to Haneda Airport.

Arriving at Fukuoka Airport

Make your own way to your hotel Grand Hyatt Fukuoka by taxi (approx. $12 - $15) or Airport Limousine Bus (Hearts Airport Bus), we will provide full instructions in advance.

Note: If you would like the meet and greet or private hotel transfer to be included, please contact us for the arrangement.

Lunch: At your own at the airport or Fukuoka City

Enjoy free time after checking-in the hotel. (PM)

Dinner: Enjoy Stroll at Nakasu Fukuoka “Yatai” Food Stall
An integral part of Fukuoka's foodie scene

“Yatai” Food Stalls serve up some of the best street food in Fukuoka . These temporary food stalls are set up every evening across the city and draw crowds of locals and visitors. It's not just about the food, though; the close-knit atmosphere is part of their appeal. Typical dishes are grilled chicken skewers (Yakitori), hot pot (Oden) and most famously Hakata Ramen, a local noodle dish featuring relatively thin ramen noodles in a pork bone based soup (tonkotsu). Also various alcoholic beverages are available, and help make the yatai a great place to get in touch with the locals.


Hotel iconBreakfast
Hotel iconGrand Hyatt Fukuoka
day-6

Fukuoka (Wed, Nov 13)

Chef Abe Joins The Tour!
”Chef Abe’s Live kitchen” Collaborate cooking at Sabataro

Introducing Chef Abe, who works as a Personal Chef & Culinary Consultant for lots of celeblities in the U.S. He will demonstrates his work of art just for you at the one of top trending restaurant in Fukuoka. It's going to be a surprise!

PM: Free

Additional Activity

  • Sumo Wrestling Fukuoka Tournament Ticket Arrangement - On request

Dinner: Restaurant Sola >

A follow-up to the original Sola in Paris, which launched in 2011, the Hakata outpost allows foodies to see why MICHELIN starred chef Hiroki Yoshitake has caused such a stir in the French capital.

Dishes on the daily no-choice, multi-course ‘menu du jour’ might involve multiple elements brought together on one plate as if an elaborately presented mini meal of different components. The end result is always unmistakably high-end French, but Japanese ingredients and seasonings are very much to the fore. It sounds rigidly formal, but the minimally decorated dining room buzzes with energy, and the view over the water of Hakata port gives an unforgettable sense of place.


Hotel iconBreakfast/Lunch/Dinner
Hotel iconGrand Hyatt Fukuoka
day-7

Fukuoka (Thu, Nov 14)

Breakfast: At the hotel

AM: Fukuoka Half Day Tour

Nanzoin is the general head temple and the first amulet-issuing office of Sasaguri Buddhist pilgrimate Route. It is belonging to the Shingon Seet of Mt.Koya. Sasaguri Shikoku was established during the Tenpo era(1830-1844) of the Edo period.But,in 1886, Fukuoka prefectural office ordered them to break the sacred place under the influence of the anti-Buddhism policy. But local people had petitioned the Government for its continued existence for about 10 years. As a result, the Government permitted them to retain it on condition of moving Nanzoin here from Mt.Koyasan. Thanks to such people's effort and passion, now Sasaguri Shikoku became one of the three major Shin-Shikoku sacred place. We welcome a large number of pilgrims a year and pray constantly for everybody.

The reclining Buddha

We Nanzoin have sent medical supplies, stationerys to the children of Myanmar and Nepal for many years. In 1988, the Buddhist congress of Myanmar presented us with sacred ashes of Gautama Buddha, Ananda and Maudgalyayana as a return for our presents. We believe that these presents are thanks to the eminent virtues of many people. Therefore, we planned out to build the statue to worship these sacred ashes. We wish this would be a reliable statue for everybody.

Lunch: Kayanoya Restaurant >

Kayanoya Restaurant is where it overlooks a wilderness home to dancing fireflies.

We offer cuisine made from fresh and carefully-selected seasonal ingredients.

PM: Free - enjoy the last day at Hakata City

Dinner: Your own

In CANAL CITY HAKATA, there is a great variety of Japanese, Western and world cuisine restaurants, some of which are sophisticated and suitable for special occasions and others are perfect for more casual dining. Canal Grand Plaza on the first basement floor gathers many restaurants and cafes where you can enjoy dining in a relaxing atmosphere. Ramen Stadium, which gathers many popular ramen shops across the country, is also definitely worth checking out.


Hotel iconBreakfast/Lunch
Hotel iconGrand Hyatt Fukuoka
day-8

Fukuoka - Yanagawa/Yame - Yufuin (Fri, Nov 15)

Breakfast: At the hotel

We will head to Yanagawa in the morning. A city in southern Fukuoka Prefecture , Yanagawa is often called "the City of Water" and "the Venice of Kyushu" because of its 930 kilometers of waterways, which were originally built as irrigation channels using the waters of the Chikugo River. Yanagawa now offers slow, scenic cruises down the waterways in flatboats known as donkobune, poled along by boatmen in traditional wear.

The Champion Sake Brewery “KITAYA” Tour

Kitaya was founded some 190 years ago during the Bunsei Era (1818 - 1830) in Yame City. Located in the south of Fukuoka. The three Japanese characters within the word “Kitaya” read “Joy”, “Many”, “Homes”, and to this day represent Kitaya’s corporate philosophy of “Spreading Joy, One Sake at a Time”. Also, because founder Saikichi had such a passion for brewing sake and employed himself as the chief brewer, the family rule that “The Owner should brew the Sake” has been passed down through the generations.

Lunch: Sake Paring Lunch at Ginnoka

PM: We travel to Yufuin hot springs area by train.

Dinner: At Onsen Ryokan (Japanese Inn with Hot Springs Bath)


Hotel iconBreakfast/Lunch/Dinner
Hotel iconHoshino Resorts KAI Yufuin or similar
day-9

Hakata to Kyoto (Sat, Nov 16)

Breakfast: At Ryokan

AM: Beppu Jigoku-Meguri

Bursting geothermal power! The origin of Beppu hot springs! Let us take you through the journey to witness magnificient creations of our mother nature!

And then we will head to Ogura station, to take the Bullet Train to Kyoto.

You receive a “Ekiben” bento-box for lunch. You can enjoy box lunch on the train.

PM: After arriving at Kyoto Station, check-in the hotel then enjoy free time

Evening: Geisha / Maiko Performance with Kaiseki Dinner

Enjoy dinner with maiko and Geisha in a private room of an authentic Japanese restaurant. Savor a luxurious kaiseki multi-course dinner with all-inclusive drinks.

Be entertained by a charming maiko and geisha dance show. Play games and take photos with the maiko and geisha.


Hotel iconBreakfast/Lunch
Hotel iconKyoto Century Hotel or Similar
day-10

Kyoto (Sun, Nov 17)

Breakfast: At the hotel

Kyoto 1 day Tour with English speaking guide

  • Fushimi Inari Shrine: The shrine is famous for its thousands of stunning vermilion torii gates that are lined along a 4 km (2.5 mile) long tunnel, which was even featured in the film "Memoirs of a Geisha". This complex wraps around a bamboo wilderness that consists of mountains, streams, and ponds, making it the perfect backdrop for a scenic hike.

  • Kinkakuji Temple: Continue your journey to Kinkakuji Temple, also known as the Golden Pavilion. This Zen Buddhist temple is a symbol of Kyoto and attracts numerous visitors every year with its stunning golden facade.

  • Arashiyama Bamboo Forest: Travel through the beautiful bamboo forest and enjoy the beauty of the city.

  • Nishiki Market: Visit “Kyoto’s Kitchen” filled with all things food related, from fresh produce to cookware. Nishiki Market is a fantastic place to find the best seasonal foods and delicious Kyoto specialties such as Japanese sweets, pickles, seafood, and sushi! Over 130 stores line the market today. A great way to experience the local Kyoto cuisine! (Many shops offer free samples too!)

Lunch at your own

PM: Enjoy free time

Dinner at your own


Hotel iconBreakfast/Dinner
Hotel iconKyoto Century Hotel or Similar
day-11

Kyoto - Osaka (Mon, Nov 18)

Breakfast: At the hotel

We will leave Kyoto to Osaka by our private bus.

Special Admission to Suntory “YAMAZAKI” Distillery >

On the way to Osaka, We are planning to stop at Suntory “YAMAZAKI” Distillery.

Yamazaki, in southwestern Kyoto at the foot of Mt. Tennozan.

With his unwavering preference for the high-quality water and natural environment vital in whisky-making, Shinjiro selected the land of Yamazaki from among several candidate sites.

The area around Yamazaki Distillery has long been famous for its exquisite natural water, which is even mentioned in the Man'yoshu, the ancient anthology of Japanese poetry. The "Rikyu no Mizu" (water of the imperial villa) selected by the Ministry of the Environment as one of Japan's one hundred best natural mineral waters, continues to bubble forth today.

For the process water used at Yamazaki Distillery, this pure and high-quality groundwater, nurtured slowly over eons, is used.

Surrounded by abundant nature, the unique terrain, where the Katsura, Uji, and Kizu Rivers meet, is the ideal moist and humid environment for the aging of whisky: Yamazaki is indeed a whisky-making utopia.

Lunch: Food tour in Osaka

PM: Free time in Osaka

Dinner: Farewell “Wagyu” beef dinner
*TBA


Hotel iconBreakfast/Dinner
Hotel iconSwissotel Nankai Osaka or similar
day-12

Osaka - Tour Ends (Tue. Nov 19)

United Airlines

After breakfast at the hotel, our tour officially ends.

Please contact us for the airport transfer, transportation to Tokyo or other cities and extra nights accommodation. We are happy to customize and arrange!


Hotel iconBreakfast

Accommodations

Amnet meticulously curates hotels to make your journey enjoyable, focusing on comfort, strategic location, and top-notch amenities for a memorable stay in Japan’s iconic cities.

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Hotel New Otani MAIN

4-1 Kioi-Cho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 102-8578, Japan

Hotel New Otani, The Main

The Hotel New Otani Tokyo The Main is a luxurious hotel in Central Tokyo, adjacent to Tokyo Station. It offers a variety of rooms and suites, including the "Shin-Edo" Suite with traditional Japanese ambiance and authentic baths. Guests can enjoy a beautiful Japanese garden and explore luxury shops within the complex. The tower building features a rotating restaurant with panoramic views of Tokyo.

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Hotel New Otani MAIN

4-1 Kioi-Cho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 102-8578, Japan

Hotel New Otani, The Main

The Hotel New Otani Tokyo The Main is a luxurious hotel in Central Tokyo, adjacent to Tokyo Station. It offers a variety of rooms and suites, including the "Shin-Edo" Suite with traditional Japanese ambiance and authentic baths. Guests can enjoy a beautiful Japanese garden and explore luxury shops within the complex. The tower building features a rotating restaurant with panoramic views of Tokyo.

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Hotel New Otani MAIN

4-1 Kioi-Cho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 102-8578, Japan

Hotel New Otani, The Main

The Hotel New Otani Tokyo The Main is a luxurious hotel in Central Tokyo, adjacent to Tokyo Station. It offers a variety of rooms and suites, including the "Shin-Edo" Suite with traditional Japanese ambiance and authentic baths. Guests can enjoy a beautiful Japanese garden and explore luxury shops within the complex. The tower building features a rotating restaurant with panoramic views of Tokyo.

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Grand Hyatt Fukuoka

1-2-82 Sumiyoshi, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka 812-0018, Japan

Grand Hyatt Fukuoka

Grand Hyatt Fukuoka is adjacent to the exclusive shopping and entertainment Canal City Hakata complex in the heart of Fukuoka City. The hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Tenjin (city center), Hakata train station and the city’s main entertainment area. The concept of the guestroom is “home away from home.” Each guestroom, all with a warm and homey atmosphere, embodying an “East meets West” style of accommodations.

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Grand Hyatt Fukuoka

1-2-82 Sumiyoshi, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka 812-0018, Japan

Grand Hyatt Fukuoka

Grand Hyatt Fukuoka is adjacent to the exclusive shopping and entertainment Canal City Hakata complex in the heart of Fukuoka City. The hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Tenjin (city center), Hakata train station and the city’s main entertainment area. The concept of the guestroom is “home away from home.” Each guestroom, all with a warm and homey atmosphere, embodying an “East meets West” style of accommodations.

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Grand Hyatt Fukuoka

1-2-82 Sumiyoshi, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka 812-0018, Japan

Grand Hyatt Fukuoka

Grand Hyatt Fukuoka is adjacent to the exclusive shopping and entertainment Canal City Hakata complex in the heart of Fukuoka City. The hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Tenjin (city center), Hakata train station and the city’s main entertainment area. The concept of the guestroom is “home away from home.” Each guestroom, all with a warm and homey atmosphere, embodying an “East meets West” style of accommodations.

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Hoshino Resorts KAI Yufuin

398 Kawakami, Yufuin-cho, Yufu, Oita 879-5102, Japan

Hoshino Resorts KAI Yufuin or similar

Situated between majestic Mt. Yufu and a landscape of beautifully terraced rice fields, this restful hot spring ryokan is surrounded by pastoral scenery that changes with the harvest cycle. Guests get to enjoy views of open skies and Mt. Yufu as they relax in the outdoor baths, which are fed by the bountiful, soft waters of the Yufuin Hot Springs. Dinners feature game meat and deeply flavorful vegetables infused with the richness of the land of this geothermal region, home to many hot springs.

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Kyoto Century Hotel

680 Higashi Shiokoji-cho, Shiokoji Sagaru, Higashinotoindori, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto 600-8216, Japan

Kyoto Century Hotel or Similar

Kyoto Century Hotel enjoys an exceptional position, a mere two-minute stroll from JR Kyoto and subway stations, making it an ideal choice for both leisure and business travelers. Step into its modern classical interior and instantly find respite from the city's hustle and bustle. ©Kyoto Century Hotel

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Kyoto Century Hotel

680 Higashi Shiokoji-cho, Shiokoji Sagaru, Higashinotoindori, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto 600-8216, Japan

Kyoto Century Hotel or Similar

Kyoto Century Hotel enjoys an exceptional position, a mere two-minute stroll from JR Kyoto and subway stations, making it an ideal choice for both leisure and business travelers. Step into its modern classical interior and instantly find respite from the city's hustle and bustle. ©Kyoto Century Hotel

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Swissotel Nankai Osaka

5-1-60 Namba Chuo-ku, Osaka 542-0076, Japan

Swissotel Nankai Osaka or similar

Swissotel Nankai Osaka is a deluxe hotel ideally located in the heart of Namba, Osaka’s most exciting entertainment, shopping and dining district. The hotel sits above Nankai Railway’s Namba Station offering direct train access to Kansai International Airport. The 36-storey tower has 546 well appointed guestrooms, with 42 Executive floor rooms and 28 suites featuring upgraded amenities including Swiss Executive Lounge access offering all-day refreshments, exclusive breakfast and pre-dinner cocktails.

Notes

Please review the notes below for important details about your trip. If you have any questions or need further information, feel free to contact us. These notes are designed to ensure a smooth and enjoyable travel experience.

Special Invitation Restaurants

  • Sabataro (Chef Abe’s Live kitchen collaboration Lunch)


    Sabataro is one of the most highly anticipated new restaurants of the year. As its name suggests, Sabataro specializes in saba (mackerel) dishes, including goma saba (sesame mackerel) and shio saba (grilled salted mackerel), both local delicacies. The mackerel is served with freshly cooked rice in an earthenware pot. The ingredients and dishes are all carefully chosen Fukuoka and Kyushu specialties, complete with homemade seasonings like yuzu kosho (citrus and chili condiment) and an original mikan kosho paste, which adds a touch of heat and a pleasant citrus aroma. Be sure to try the mikan pepper paste with the grilled mackerel.
     

Sabataro

  • Kayanoya (Fukuoka)


    Kayanoya Restaurant is in Fukuoka, where it overlooks a wilderness home to dancing fireflies.

    We offer cuisine made from fresh and carefully-selected seasonal ingredients.

Kayanoya Restaurant

  • Restaurant Sola (Fukuoka)

    Chef Hiroki Yoshitake

    Originally from Kyushu, One of the most talented Michelin Starred Chefs in Paris, designated as the best chef under 35 years old in Japan. He worked for three years at the French restaurant ”La Rochelle” in Japan. In 2009 he moved to Paris and worked for the trendiest kitchens at that time: ”Ze Kitchen Galerie", "Magnolias" and "L'Astrance". He was then appointed Head Chef at Sola when the restaurant opened in 2010. Then, in 2012 he received his first Michelin Star.

    Restaurant Sola

    “Have fulfilling moments”With this theme, we are always thinking about a creation new menu for various moments. The core activity, the restaurant, is able to answer the demand for catering services or events. Restaurant Sola and Bar Porte welcome you with a beautiful view of Fukuoka. In the “Cuisine”, the chef prepares the finest dishes in the gastronomic laboratory. From Fukuoka to the world, we send our creative menu with Kyushu products.

Restaurant Sola
*Photos are examples only. The menu varies daily.

Special Events

  • Experience Amnet Exclusive Maiko and Geisha Dinner Show at A Fine Restaurant in Kyoto

    What is Geisha / Maiko Performance? > 

  • Special Admission to Suntory YAMASAKI Distillery

    The distillation process can only be viewed on guided tours that allow for entry into the otherwise sealed-off premises. And since spaces are limited, tickets are available only via a lottery system. But we get first dibs on addmission and seminor just for this tour!

    Suntory YAMAZAKI Distillery >

Info

  • If you would like to stay longer in Japan before or after the tour, please contact us to book transfers and hotel accommodations.

  • The prices are per person, based on twin (double on request) or triple occupancy. Single Occupancy fee will apply. (Approx. 2,000 USD)

  • US departure International flights by United Airlines are included on our tours

  • We can arrange departure / gateway city

Deposit

  • We require a non-refundable US$300 deposit per person to hold the space at the time of booking and the final payment is due by August 8th, 2024.

Additional Information

Meal Requests

  • Please contact us for vegetarian or special meals. In some cases, we cannot accept your requests due to the symptoms and limitations of meals.


*Tours may be cancelled if the number of participants fails to reach the minimum number.


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