With this Post-Tour add-on to the Main Tour you get an additional Four Games and Six Nights and the chance to see even more of Japan.
This unescorted add-on includes game tickets, all in-country ground travel and hotels.
An additional $1,995 per person (double occupancy) for this unescorted Post-Tour add-on to the Main Tour price.
Single Room Supplement: $294 additional charge for a single room for the entire Post-Tour portion of the tour, not per night.
NOTE: There are two in-country flights for this Post-Tour add-on available at a discount through our travel agent. We will assist you in obtaining these flights that we estimate to total $300.
Thursday, September 13 – Hiroshima
POST-TOUR guests, upon conclusion of the Main Tour this morning, will board a bullet train at Tokyo Station bound for Hiroshima. Time to visit the Hiroshima A-bomb Dome and Peace Park before the game. The Hiroshima Toyo Carp host the Baystars. Game time 6pm at Mazda Zoom-Zoom Stadium in Hiroshima. Overnight in Hiroshima.
Friday, September 14 – Osaka
Travel back up the coast to Osaka where you visit the Hanshin Tigers hosting the Swallows. Game time 6pm at Koshien Stadium, the oldest ballpark in Japan and so revered it is often called "Sacred Koshien Stadium." Overnight in Osaka.
Saturday, September 15 – Sapporo
Fly from Hiroshima to Sapporo. On this baseball off-day you'll have the chance to tour Sapporo - well known for its mountains and beer. Overnight in Sapporo.
Sunday, September 16 – Sapporo
Watch the Nippon Ham Fighters host the Buffaloes in Sapporo, the largest city on the island of Hokkaido. Game time 2pm at the Sapporo Dome. Overnight in Sapporo.
Monday, September 17 – Tokyo
Fly from Sapporo to Tokyo. On your baseball off-day you'll have time to explore vibrant Tokyo. Overnight in Tokyo.
Tuesday, September 18 – Tokyo
This evening your final game is with the Chiba Lotte Marines hosting the Golden Eagles. Game time 6pm at Chiba Marine Stadium in eastern Tokyo. Overnight in Tokyo.
Wednesday, September 19 – Tokyo
Depart for home from Tokyo. Those returning to US and Canada cross the International Date Line, getting back the day lost coming to Japan, and arriving home this same day.