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Experience the charm of the Seto Inland Sea on a charter cruise, 3 days and 2 nights visiting beautiful islands

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The Seto Inland Sea, Japan's largest inland sea, is dotted with approximately 720 islands, both large and small. We will propose a special tour just for you, where you can experience the charm of the Seto Inland Sea to the fullest while sailing elegantly through the islands on a charter cruise.

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Tour the Setouchi Islands for 2 days and 1 night on a charter cruise

Passing through the beautiful archipelago, we will take you on a one-night, two-day tour of the Setouchi Islands on an Italian-born salon cruise. Please come and see for yourself the overwhelming beauty of the Seto Inland Sea that stretches out across your field of vision.

Once you step inside the ship, you will find yourself in a luxurious space that separates you from everyday life. From the hull floating in the waves to the decorations and equipment. Our crew, fascinated by the sea, will welcome you in a sophisticated and calming space without compromising on the details.

All four guest rooms are equipped with toilets and shower rooms. You can stay comfortable even after enjoying marine sports.

Enjoy a BBQ on the ocean or gaze at the starry sky from the jacuzzi on the sky deck...

Our meals are prepared using seasonal ingredients and are based on the concept of local production for local consumption. A variety of dynamic dishes that boldly and delicately utilize the original flavors of the abundant ingredients produced by the mild climate of one of the world's most inland seas.

Let's set off on a journey to admire the view, taste the food, and experience Setouchi with all our body and soul!

Day 1
Departing from [Sakai Gahama Sea Station] for the "Island of the Gods" World Heritage Site [Miyajima].
A 1-night, 2-day private cruising begins.

We will create an itinerary according to your wishes, including not only ports of call but also marine sports and onboard parties. Please enjoy your voyage.

Shimanami Kaido

After enjoying cycling on the Shimanami Kaido, head to Dogo Onsen.
Dogo Onsen Main Building is an important cultural property where you can take a bath. Tsubaki no Yu continues to be loved by locals. Immerse yourself in art at Asuka no Yusen. There are hot springs here that Japan is proud of. Please relax in Dogo Onsen's world-class "3 hot springs".

Dogo Onsen Main Building

Enjoy a luxurious overnight experience. Don't worry if you're worried about seasickness if you stay overnight on board. Hotel arrangements can also be made at the anchorage. Enjoy Setouchi to the fullest from the sea and land.

Day 2
Please continue to enjoy the elegant charter cruise until you arrive at Miyajima.

Yamato Museum (Kure Maritime Museum)

After a one-night, two-day cruise, we finally arrived at Miyajima, the "Island of the Gods." After arriving at Miyajima, take a rickshaw to the hotel.

Miyajima Omotesando Shopping Street

Today's inn is "Itsukushima Iroha,'' a relaxing inn that is located in the Omotesando shopping district, which is crowded with tourists, but where you can feel a calm and dignified atmosphere as soon as you step inside. The open-air bath on the top floor offers a view of the Great Torii Gate, and the kaiseki cuisine is made with fresh ingredients from the Setouchi Inland Sea, where you can choose your main course from over 10 different dishes.Everyone can enjoy the highest quality food they want at the time. Staying on Miyajima is a luxurious experience that allows you to relax and enjoy the scenery of Miyajima in the mornings and evenings when there are fewer people. Enjoy the elegance of Miyajima at an inn filled with peace and hospitality.

Itsukushima Iroha

Day 3
We will take you on a leisurely tour of Itsukushima Shrine in the early morning, which is only possible if you stay overnight in Miyajima.

Itsukushima shrine

From the hotel, take a private car to the Miyajima Ropeway terminal. Misen was commissioned by Kobo Daishi to open in 806 and has been revered as a sacred mountain for mountain worshipers. Enjoy the spectacular view of the Seto Inland Sea from the top of the mountain.

Drive to Hiroshima city by private car. Visit the Atomic Bomb Dome, the Peace Memorial Museum, and more with your guide. For lunch, enjoy an oyster course at "Kanawa'', a famous Hiroshima specialty oyster restaurant located at the foot of the Heiwa Bridge over the Motoyasu River, across from the Peace Memorial Park.

Peace Memorial Park
Atomic bomb dome

Transfer to Hiroshima Station by a chartered vehicle.

Let's go on a special journey just for you

What we introduced this time is only a model plan. We offer cruising and private vehicles that make the entire Seto Inland Sea your private space, so your travel plans are limitless.

Please tell our dedicated concierge what you envision for your trip. We will produce a fully custom-made service that will make your dream-like journey that you are creating in your heart a reality.

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We specialize in bringing to life the travel experiences that you've been dreaming of in your heart, tailoring them to your every desire. Even schedules that regular airlines or trains can't accommodate become possible through a combination of helicopters, cruisers, private jets, and personal drivers. Whether it's a helicopter stroll through the skies, a 2-day 1-night chartered cruise, or a stay in an exquisite luxury hotel...we're here to propose an itinerary crafted exclusively for you. Share your travel vision with our dedicated concierge. We hope that the connections you make during your journey become sources of inspiration and moments of rejuvenation in your work and everyday life.

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