Iconic Japan 18 Days - USA/Canada Departure

Narita, Tokyo, Mount Fuji, Matsumoto, Takayama, Kanazawa, Kyoto, Osaka, Nara, Kobe, Hiroshima


price starts at:
U$10,599.00+ U$12,099.00

  • Tour Code: USIJ18
  • Days: 18 Day(s)
  • Departing From: New York (all airports) Los Angeles Las Vegas San Francisco Edmonton Land Only Boston Chicago Seattle Houston Washington, D.C. Detroit Denver Dallas Phoenix Philadelphia Miami San Diego San Antonio Portland Oregon Atlanta Austin Charlotte Memphis Oklahoma City Milwaukee Sacramento San Jose Orlando Fort Lauderdale New Orleans Minneapolis Columbus, Ohio Honolulu Indianapolis IND Fort Wayne St.Louis North Carolina Kansas City Tampa Vancouver Toronto Montreal
  • Highlights:

    You can add the UTO Worry-Free Plan, giving you more flexibility to change your order with each new booking.

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     Shinkansen Bullet Train Experience

     Explore Japan’s natural wonders and ancient traditions on this unforgettable journey across the country

     The trip includes some off-the-beaten-path destinations: Matsumoto, a vibrant city located at the foot of Japan’s largest mountain range; the atmospheric township of Takayama; and historic, culture-rich Kanazawa

     Visit the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum

     Discover the beauty of Japan"s architecture throughout the country

     Fall in love with the traditions and Geisha culture of Kyoto by visiting Gion

  • Better to Book Before: 30 Day(s)
trip map:

*Late March to early April is historically the best time to view cherry blossoms, but we can’t guarantee that they will flower on these dates as they are highly seasonal and subject to climatic conditions.
*From June to August, it is the best time to view fresh spring greens and enjoy the warm climate.
*The end of Oct through early Nov is the best time to see crimson leaves in Autumn.


    Deposit Policy:

    Full Payment is Required at the Time of Booking.

    Optional And Extension Program:

     Since the seats are limited, we recommend you to choose optional and extension programs at the time of booking.

    Group Size

     10 - 40 Each Departure Date.

    Telephone:1 855.526.1286


    Day 1: Flight from the US - night on board

    Set off on a thrilling adventure through Japan, from visiting temples, exploring bustling cities, and experiencing local culture, cuisine, and traditions. Arrive at the airport for your flight to Tokyo.

    **depends on your departure city, you may have to depart from your departure city 1 day earlier than the itinerary departure date. 

    Day 2: Tokyo Arrival

    As you arrive in Tokyo, the energy and vibrancy of this dazzling metropolis take your breath away as you soak in the sights, sounds, and smells of the bustling city. As you step outside the airport, take a hotel shuttle bus to your hotel. Upon arrival at the hotel, you’ll be greeted by our friendly representative, who will provide you with a warm welcome and a detailed itinerary of your upcoming adventures in Tokyo, along with insider tips and recommendations on the best places to eat, shop, and explore in the city. Our professional guide is there to assist you with every detail of your hotel check-in, ensuring that your stay in Tokyo starts off on the right foot. Once you’ve settled into your hotel, the rest of the day is yours to relax and unwind. Whether you choose to explore the city on your own, indulge in some delicious Japanese cuisine, or simply soak in the sights and sounds of this incredible city, you’re sure to be swept away by the magic of Tokyo. Overnight stay in the Narita area, near the airport.

    *To ensure a smoother travel experience during your independent days in Japan, we highly recommend purchasing a Japanese Sim Card at the airport, which will keep you connected at all times, allowing you to navigate around the country using a map application, as well as easily translate any language barriers that may arise on the road.

    Day 3: Tokyo

    Embark on an exciting half-day tour of Tokyo, visiting some of the city’s most iconic landmarks. Begin your journey at the Imperial Palace, which serves as the primary residence of the Emperor of Japan. Next, head over to the charming Asakusa district, famous for its historic streets and bustling shopping district, Nakamise-Dori. Here, you’ll find the Kaminari-mon Gate, one of Tokyo’s most iconic landmarks, and the revered Senso-Ji Temple, a must-visit for any traveler to Tokyo. After exploring these cultural hotspots with your guide, you’ll have the opportunity to check-in to your new hotel and freshen up for the rest of your day’s adventures. Feel free to explore the city on your own or opt to join our additional guided tour. Overnight stay in Tokyo.

    Optional Program: Tokyo half-day tour: U$99/person (Minimum To 10PP)

    Get ready to tantalize your taste buds as we take you on a foodie adventure in Tsukiji Market, Japan’s "Food Town," where you’ll encounter a stunning array of traditional Japanese cuisine. Stroll along the streets lined with a mix of wholesale and retail shops, as well as an array of restaurants to choose from for a delectable lunch. Then, head to Skytree, Japan"s tallest building, and once the tallest in the world. The admission tickets (a $30 value) grant access to the observation areas on Tembo Deck (on the 345th floor) and Tembo Galleria (on the 450th floor), offering stunning views. Finally, end the tour with a visit to the National Museum of Western Art, which features an exceptional permanent collection of artworks dating from the 14th to the 20th centuries.

    Day 4: Tokyo

    Today is your day to explore Tokyo’s captivating cityscape on your own. For those who seek adventure, we highly recommend joining our optional excursion to Mount Fuji, Japan’s most iconic natural landmark. With its majestic peak rising to a height of 3,776 meters (12,388 ft), Mount Fuji is an unmissable sight and a must-visit destination for anyone traveling to Japan. Overnight stay in Tokyo.

    Optional Program: Mount Fuji excursion: U$199/person (Minimum To 10PP)

    Embark on an adventure of a lifetime as we take you to the legendary Mount Fuji. Begin your day by ascending to the 5th Station with stops at the market and viewing area of Michi no Eki Subashiri. From this incredible height, you’ll be speechless by the stunning views that stretch above the clouds. Next, we’ll head to the charming town of Hakone, where you’ll have the opportunity to visit Ashi Crater Lake and admire the spectacular view of Mount Fuji from the Ropeway. Prepare to be amazed by the volcanic Owaku-Dani Valley, where you can witness the impressive force of nature up close. As the day draws to a close, we’ll return to Tokyo, where you’ll have plenty of incredible memories to look back on from this truly unforgettable adventure.

    *Please note that in the event of unforeseen circumstances or unfavorable road conditions, the ascent to the 5th station may be restricted. In such cases, we will take you to the highest possible elevation to ensure you don’t miss out on this unforgettable experience. Similarly, if conditions or circumstances prevent us from sailing safely on Ashi Crater Lake, we’ll provide an equally exciting alternative to replace the activity.

    Day 5: Tokyo

    Get lost in the hustle and bustle of Tokyo’s vibrant streets as you discover the endless array of sights that make this dynamic capital city so unique. With over 11 million people calling it home, Tokyo is one of the largest and most exhilarating cities in the world, offering something new and exciting around every corner. You could also participate in our optional tour. Overnight stay in Tokyo.

    Optional Program: Tokyo City Highlight Tours at U$159/person (Minimum To 10PP)

    ☆ Odaiba Seaside Park, set on the banks of Tokyo Bay, with great views of the city skyline.
    ☆ Meiji Jingu Shrine, a shrine dedicated to the deified spirits of Emperor Meiji and his consort, Empress Shoken.
    ☆ Shibuya Crossing, famous for being the busiest crossing in the world, the Shibuya Scramble is on top of most people’s must-see list in Tokyo.
    ☆ Kabukichō,  an entertainment and red-light district in Shinjuku.

    Day 6: Tokyo - Matsumoto

    This morning, you will embark on a scenic 3-hour drive to Matsumoto, located in Nagano Prefecture. Upon arrival, you will check-in to your hotel independently, using the tour code provided. Overnight stay in Matsumoto.

    Optional Program: Matsumoto half-day tour: U$99/person (Minimum To 10PP)

    Set off on a cultural journey through Matsumoto in Nagano Prefecture, beginning at the Matsumoto Castle - the oldest surviving wooden castle in Japan and a designated National Treasure. After admiring its iconic black-and-white architecture, stroll along the historic shopping streets of Nawate and Nakamachi, which are reminiscent of an Edo period market. Here, indulge in local delicacies and browse through a variety of knick-knacks and antiques. As Nagano is the largest producer of miso in Japan, a visit to the Ishii Miso Brewery is a must to sample some of the region’s finest miso. This traditional brewery still uses wooden barrels and relies on natural fermentation processes to produce its delectable miso. End your tour by exploring the exhibits at the Matsumoto City Museum of Art, renowned for its impressive collection of works by world-famous artist Yayoi Kusama, who was born in Matsumoto.

    Day 7: Mastumoto - Takayama

    Today, travel through a scenic 3-hour drive to Takayama and delve into the rich cultural heritage of this charming city. Begin with a visit to the Kusakabe Folk Museum, housed in a beautifully preserved historic building that offers insight into the lifestyle and traditions of the Edo period. Next up, head to the Takayama Yatai Kaikan to admire the intricate craftsmanship of hand-carved festival floats. Finally, explore the Takayama Jinya, a meticulously preserved government building from the 17th century that provides a glimpse into Japan’s feudal past. Overnight in Takayama.

    *Please note that the tour may be canceled in case of unforeseen circumstances or unfavorable weather conditions. In such cases, alternative visits and experiences will be taken to replace the activity.

    Day 8: Takayama - Shirakawa-go and Gokayama - Kanazawa

    Start your day by venturing into the picturesque Toyama Prefecture and witness the stunning natural beauty of the Sho River gorge in Shirakawa-go and Gokayama. These areas are home to the famous Gassho-zukuri houses, known for their unique thatched-roof style and traditional architecture. As a testament to their significance, the village has been recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Later in the day, arrive in Kanazawa, a charming coastal city that some have dubbed “Little Kyoto” due to its cultural richness, historical significance, and aesthetic appeal. Although it was once the fourth largest city in Japan, Kanazawa’s economy was mainly built around rice production and traditional crafts like weaving and gold leaf. Today, it is a thriving city that still retains its old-world charm, with preserved samurai and geisha districts, stunning temples, and a host of museums.

    The highlight of your visit to Kanazawa will be a trip to Kenroku-en, one of Japan’s Three Great Gardens. Here, you’ll be mesmerized by the stunning natural landscapes, featuring traditional Japanese flora and fauna. It’s the perfect place to unwind and appreciate the beauty of Japan’s natural world.

    Overnight stay in Kanazawa.

    Day 9: Kanazawa

    Spend today exploring Kanazawa at your own pace, or join the optional tour. Overnight stay in Kanazawa.

    Optional Program: Kanazawa walking tour: U$149/person (Minimum To 10PP)

    Experience the local flavor of Kanazawa at the Omicho Market, a bustling marketplace referred to as “Kanazawas Kitchen.” Here you can taste the freshest sashimi and produce while immersing yourself in the local culture. Explore the traditional Geisha District (Higashi Chaya) and Samurai District, gaining insight into the fascinating customs of these ancient traditions.

    Next, visit the stunning Kanazawa Castle Park & Gardens, a 16th-century castle that once housed the Maeda samurai clan for 14 generations. Marvel at the beautifully landscaped gardens and learn about the history of the castle from your knowledgeable guide.

    Day 10: Kanazawa - Kyoto

    Embark on a journey to Kyoto today and accompany your tour guide on a visit to Gion, the city’s most renowned geisha district. Situated between the Kamo River to the west and the Yasaka Shrine to the east, Gion is home to a variety of shops, restaurants, and teahouses called ochaya. These establishments serve as a place for geiko (Kyoto’s term for geisha) and maiko (geiko apprentices) to entertain their guests.

    Day 11: Kyoto

    Spend today exploring Kyoto at your own pace, or join the optional tour. Overnight stay in Kyoto.

    Optional Program: Kyoto city highlight tours: U$199/person (Minimum To 10PP)
    Travel on a full-day bus tour to explore the "cultural capital" of Japan, Kyoto. Begin with a visit to the Fushimi Inari Shrine, famous for its countless vermilion torii gates that snake through the forested hills. Marvel at the stunning architecture of the Kinkakuji Temple, a Zen temple that features top two floors covered in brilliant gold leaf. Conclude your day by taking a peaceful walk through the picturesque Arashiyama Bamboo Grove, where towering bamboo stalks create a serene and tranquil atmosphere.

    Day 12: Kyoto

    Today is your chance to discover the wonders of Kyoto at your own pace and immerse yourself in its rich cultural heritage, so take your time  or join the optional tour.

    Optional Program: Nara and Osaka one-day tour: U$199/person (Minimum To 10PP)

    Begin the day with a scenic drive to Nara to explore the Todaiji Temple, a renowned and historically significant temple in Japan. The temple’s main hall, Daibutsu-den (Great Buddha Hall), houses one of the world’s largest bronze statues - Diabatsu (Great Buddha), and the hall itself is the world’s largest wooden building. While exploring the temple complex, you might spot some deer from the nearby Nara Deer Park.

    Next, head to Osaka and visit the iconic Osaka Castle, which also houses a remarkable collection of art and armor. Later, venture to Dotonbori, Osaka’s most famous commercial area, and immerse yourself in a vibrant world of neon lights and billboards that line the canal. For a taste of delicious street food and a shopping spree, explore the lively streets of Shinsaibashi with rows of restaurants and clothing stores.

    Day 13: Kyoto - Osaka

    Upon checking out of your hotel, your tour guide will accompany you on a train ride to Osaka. Upon arrival, you have the option to either explore the city on your own or join the optional tour. Overnight stay in Osaka.

    Optional Program: Osaka half-day tour: U$199/person (Minimum To 10PP)

    Join your tour guide today and embark on an adventure to explore some of Osakas top attractions. Start your day by visiting Osaka Castle, a magnificent 16th-century structure that is a true symbol of Japanese history and culture. Next, head over to Kuromon Ichiba, a lively food market where you can sample some of the freshest and most delicious local delicacies.

    Afterward, visit Namba Yasaka Shrine, known for its impressive stage designed in the shape of a lions head, and marvel at the stunning architecture and rich cultural significance of this ancient site. Finally, wrap up your tour with a visit to Shitennoji Temple, one of the oldest temples in Japan, and learn about its fascinating history and religious significance. Enjoy the convenience of public transportation as you explore these exciting destinations with your knowledgeable guide.

    Day 14: Osaka

    Set off on an exciting adventure of cultural discovery as you spend the day at your leisure in Osaka. Take your time to explore the city and get to know the local area, immersing yourself in the vibrant atmosphere of the bustling streets. You may also join our optional tour. Overnight stay in Osaka.

    Optional Program: Himeji and Kobe one-Day tour: U$199/person (Minimum To 10PP)

    Begin your day by visiting the magnificent Himeji Castle, also known as the White Heron Castle. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is the largest and most visited castle in Japan, and it dates back to 1580. Marvel at its stunning white exterior, and take a stroll through its intricate network of paths, gates, and defensive features.

    Afterward, head to the vibrant city of Kobe. Explore the charming neighborhood of Kitano-Cho, which is known for its beautiful western-style residences or ljinkan, situated at the base of Mt. Rokko. These residences were built during the early Meiji and Taisho periods after Kobe was opened as a treaty port in 1869. Kitano-Cho has some of the best-preserved ljinkan in Japan, making it an ideal spot for history buffs and architecture enthusiasts alike. Though entrance fees to individual residences are not included with this tour, you can still wander the streets and soak up the areas unique atmosphere.

    Day 15: Osaka

    Take a break from organized activities and spend the day discovering the exciting city of Osaka on your own. For an unforgettable experience, consider a visit to Universal Studios Japan, where you can explore attractions and rides inspired by your favorite movies and TV shows.  Overnight stay in Osaka.

    Day 16: Osaka - Hiroshima

    Begin your day by checking out of your hotel and boarding the high-speed Shinkansen train to Hiroshima, accompanied by your tour guide. Upon arrival, store your luggage at the hotel and embark on a visit to the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum, a somber yet important destination that serves as a reminder of the devastating impact of the atomic bomb.

    Afterward, take public transportation with your guide to Miyajima Island, known for its stunning scenery and cultural significance. Here, you’ll visit the Itsukushima Shrine, a breathtaking UNESCO World Heritage Site that appears to float serenely on the water. Admire the iconic "floating" torii gate, and take in the tranquil beauty of this sacred place.

    Day 17: Hiroshima departure

    Today, it’s time to bid farewell to the Land of the Rising Sun. At the designated time, make your own way to the airport for your return flight home.  Overnight on board.

    Day 18: USA/CANADA

    Arrive in the US/CANADA and end your trip.

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    1) Round-trip international flight from Los Angeles to Japan for NO additional charge

    The following departure cities are available for an additional charge:

    Additional U$500/person
    San Francisco / San Jose / Seattle 
    Additional U$500/person
    Oklahoma City / Phoenix / Portland (OR) / Sacramento / San Antonio / San Diego / Las Vegas
    Additional U$700/person

    New York / Atlanta / Charlotte / Detroit / Memphis / Miami / Orlando / Fort Lauderdale / Milwaukee / Austin / Dallas / Denver / Philadelphia / Washington D.C. / Boston / Chicago / Houston / Toronto / Vancouver / Montreal

    Land-only package without round-trip international flight ticket: minus U$200/person

    2) Hand-picked value or premium hotel accommodations.

    3) Ground transportation between the cities ( BY BUS ).

    4) Sightseeing admission fees as listed on the agenda.

    5) Food as specified on the itinerary.

    6) Special cultural programs as listed in different cities as specified in the schedule.

    7) Professional English-speaking local tour expert in each destination city.

    8) All Taxes & Fuel Surcharges.


    1) Any visa fees.

    2) Travel insurance.

    3) Any personal expenses.

    4) Tour Extensions and Optional programs.

    5) A Mandatory Service Charge & Tipping U$210/person is required and payable by Credit Card Before Your Final Payment Due Date.

    6) Single Supplement: U$1290 (*Our tour price is based on double occupancy and if a single passenger is travelling solo and not sharing room with any roommate for the entire trip, a single supplement fee is charged. If a passenger shares a room with travel partner(s) on the tour, such fee is waived.)

    Optional Features

    Flight Choice:

    ☆ Regular Flight: We are trying to put you on a direct flight. If this is not possible, you will take flights with moderate layover time: + U$0

    ☆ Express Flight: We are trying to put you on a direct flight. If this is not possible, you will take flights with limited layover time of less than 6 hours each way

         Price: U$499/person

    ☆ Swift Flight: You will take a direct flight with no layover guaranteed (if there is (an) direct flight(s) service already existing between your departure gateway and the arrival gateway of your destination country)

         Price: U$699/person

     Business Class Flight Upgrade: U$6000 /person

    Hotel Upgrades:

     Value or premium hotel accommodations with Shinjuku Washington Hotel or similar Upgrade: U$259/person

     Upgrade to superior hotel accommodations: U$1800/person

    Meal Plan:

    ☆ Breakfast Package ( Day3-17 ): U$249/person

    Optional Programs BOOK ONSITE - Minimum guarantee of 10 ppl:

    * Select your optional packages while you are in Japan and pay to the local tour guide.

    ☆ Day 3: Tokyo half-day tour: U$99/person

     Day 4: Mount Fuji excursion: U$199/person

     Day 5: Tokyo city highlight tours: U$159/person

     Day 6: Matsumoto half-day tour: U$99/person

     Day 9: Kanazawa walking tour: U$149/person

     Day 11: Kyoto city highlight tours: U$199/person

     Day 12: Nara and Osaka one-day tour: U$199/person

    ☆ Day 13: Osaka half-day tour: U$199/person

    ☆ Day 14: Himeji and Kobe one-Day tour: U$199/person

    ☆ Private Airport Pick Up / Drop Off Service: USD 120/ person/Ride (Minimum To 2 PP)

    Tour Extensions:

    1) Tokyo 3 Days 2 Nights extension ( Pre-Tour ): 

                     Price: U$599/person 

                     Single Supplement: U$599

    2) Tokyo 4 Days 3 Nights extension ( Pre-Tour ): 

                     Price: U$759/person

                     Single Supplement: U$759


    Japan does not require a visa for USA, Canada & Mexico passport holders.

    Visit the "IATA Travel Centre" for detailed information on country-specific passport, visa and health requirements:


    More about Travel Documents

    *It is your responsibility to ensure that you- and any child travelling with you- have all the valid travel documents necessary to enter in, exit from or transit through, each country/region on your itinerary. Note that the documents required for the outbound portion of your travel may differ from those required for the return.

    *Your passport should be valid for six months beyond your date of return. Passport must be in good condition: passport damaged beyond normal wear and tear will not be accepted.

    *Consult with the appropriate embassy, high commission or consulate about the travel document requirement for any country that you plan to enter in, exit from or transit through.

    *Some country no longer issue paper visas but rather electronic visas. E-Visa holders must present the printed e-Visa and valid passport at the checkpoint.

    *International travel with infants and children may be required to show documentary evidence of your relationship and a Letter Consent or permission for the child’s travel from the parent(s) or legal guardian not present.

    *Americans holding dual citizenship must travel to the United States with a valid U.S. passport. American permanent residents returning to the United States from abroad must carry a valid passport and a valid U.S. Permanent Resident Card (Green Card).

    *Canadians holding dual citizenship must travel to Canada with a valid Canadian passport. Canadian permanent residents returning Canada from abroad must carry a valid passport and a valid Canadian Permanent Resident Card (PR Card).

    Hotels & Flights

    Value or premium hotel accommodations:

    Narita: Marroad International Hotel Narita or Hotel Mystays Premier or similar

    Tokyo: Hotel Gracery Asakusa or The B Akasaka Mitsuke or similar

    Matsumoto: Iroha Grand Hotel Matsumoto Ekimae or The Celecton Hotel or Hotel Route Inn Matsumoto Center or similar

    Takayama: Chisan Grand Takayama or Hotel Kuretake Takayama or Hotel Route Inn or similar

    Kanazawa: Hotel Mystays Kanazawa Katamachi or Ana Holiday Inn Kanazawa Sky or Hotel Mystays Kanazawa Castle or similar

    Kyoto: Hotel Gracery Kyoto or Hotel Keihan Hachijoguchi or Kyoto Hachijoguchi by Vessel Hotels or similar

    Osaka: Hotel Gracery Osaka Namba or Hotel Keihan Osaka Tenmabashi Ekimae or Agora Place Ossaka Namba or similar

    Hiroshima: Koko Hotel Hiroshima Ekimae or Nest Hotel Hiroshima Hachobori or smilar

    Value or premium hotel accommodations with Shinjuku Washington Hotel or Similar Upgrade: +U$259/person

    Narita: Marroad International Hotel Narita or Hotel Mystays Premier or similar

    Tokyo: Shinjuku Washington Hotel or similar

    Matsumoto: Iroha Grand Hotel Matsumoto Ekimae or The Celecton Hotel or Hotel Route Inn Matsumoto Center or similar

    Takayama: Chisan Grand Takayama or Hotel Kuretake Takayama or Hotel Route Inn or similar

    Kanazawa:  Ana Holiday Inn Kanazawa Sky or Hotel Mystays Kanazawa Castle or similar

    Kyoto: Hotel Gracery Kyoto or Hotel Keihan Hachijoguchi or Kyoto Hachijoguchi by Vessel Hotels or similar

    Osaka: Hotel Gracery Osaka Namba or Hotel Keihan Osaka Tenmabashi Ekimae or Agora Place Ossaka Namba or similar

    Hiroshima: Koko Hotel Hiroshima Ekimae or Nest Hotel Hiroshima Hachobori or smilar

    Upgrade to superior hotel accommodations: +U$1800/person

    Narita: Ana Crowne Plaza Narita or Hotel Nikko Narita or similar

    Tokyo: Shinjuku Washington Hotel or similar

    Matsumoto: Onyado Nono Matsumoto Natural Hot spring or Hotel Buena Vista or similar

    Takayama: Hida Takayama Onsen Green Hotel or Tokyu Stay Hida Takayama Musubinoyu or similar

    Kanazawa: Ana Crowne Plaza Kanazawa or Hotel Nikko Kanazawa or Hyatt Centric Kanazawa or similar

    Kyoto: Hotel Keihan Kyoto Ekiminami or Daiwa Roynet Kyoto Terrace Hachijo or similar

    Osaka: Hotel Monterey Grasmere Osaka or Fairfield by Marriott or Hotel Hankyu Respire Osaka or similar 

    Hiroshima: Hotel Granvia Hiroshima or Daiwa Roynet Hotel Hiroshima Ekimae or smilar

    International Air:

    *UTOvacation reserve the right to confirm the airlines, sample as below:

    ☆ United Airline:

    ☆ American Airline:

    ☆ Delta Airline:

    ☆ Air China:

    ☆ Air Canada:

    ☆ Hainan Airlines:

    ☆ China Eastern Airlines:

    ☆ Cathy Pacific Airlines;

    ☆ China Southern Airlines;

    ☆ Xiamen Airlines;

    ☆ Beijing Capital Airlines;

    ☆ Sichuan Airlines;

    ☆ Hongkong Airline:

    ☆ Eva Air: