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2013 WORLDWIDE TRAVEL PROGRAM

2013

ARTISTIC TRADITIONS OF KOREA & JAPAN

SEOUL TO OSAKA ABOARD CLIPPER ODYSSEY

WITH HAA STUDY LEADERS THEODORE & VICTORIA BESTOR

MAY 12 TO 26, 2013


ARTISTIC TRADITIONS OF KOREA & JAPAN

SEOUL TO OSAKA ABOARD CLIPPER ODYSSEY

May 12 TO 26, 2012 (13 NIGHTS/13 DAYS)

EXPLORE THE ARTISTIC

TRADITIONS OF KOREA AND

Japan during a cruise from Busan

to Osaka. Spend three days in

South Korea's bustling capital of

Seoul and a night in the ancient

capital of Gyeongju, then embark

Clipper Odyssey in Busan. Visit

castles and temples in Matsue and

Hagi, and continue to Hiroshima,

famously the first city destroyed by

a nuclear weapon, but now also

OPTIONAL EXTENSION IN TOKYO

Above: Ritsurin Garden, Takamatsu, photo © JNTO. Below: Interior, Teshima Museum, photo © Ken'ichi Suzuki (left)

and Matsue Castle, photo © JNTO (right).

recognized for its promotion of

peace. See the celebrated arts

centers on Naoshima and Teshima

islands; stroll in Ritsurin, one of

Japan's finest gardens; enjoy a

private tour of the Isamu Noguchi

Garden Museum; and conclude in

lovely Kyoto. Further enhancing this

journey are visits to the studios of

renowned potters, private tea

ceremonies, and performances of

traditional dance.

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SCHEDULE BY DAY

Gyeonbokgung Palace, Seoul.

Photo © Min-Gyu Seon.

SUNDAY, MAY 12

DEPART USA

Depart in the early afternoon on an

overnight flight to Seoul.

MONDAY, MAY 13

SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA

Arrive in the capital city in the early

evening and transfer to the deluxe

Lotte Hotel.

TUESDAY, MAY 14

SEOUL

The morning and lunch are

unscheduled. Meet in the late

afternoon for a walking tour of the

surrounding neighborhood. Gather

this evening for a welcome dinner.

WEDNESDAY, MAY 15

SEOUL

Begin the day with a visit to the

National Museum of Korea, the

premier institution of Korean art

and culture. After lunch, tour

Changdeokgung Palace, the bestpreserved

of the city palaces and

UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Continue to nearby Bukchon Hanok

Village to see traditional Korean

houses and visit an artisan’s gallery.

This evening enjoy a festive dinner

and performance at The Korea House.

THURSDAY, MAY 16

SEOUL

This morning visit Gyeonbokgung

Palace, the oldest royal residence of

the Joseon Dynasty Kings. See the

Blue House, the Presidential Executive

Office and Residence, as well as The

National Folk Museum. Alternatively,

travel north of the city to tour the

Demilitarized Zone. Dinner

is at leisure.

FRIDAY, MAY 17

SEOUL / GYEONGJU,

SOUTH KOREA

Depart this morning for Gyeongju,

ancient capital of the Silla Kingdom

and center of Korean Buddhist

culture for over 700 years. Following

lunch, visit the Sokkuram Grotto,

with superb granite carvings dating

to the 8th century. Then see the

nearby Bulguksa Temple, built in 528

and destroyed by Hideyoshi’s armies

in the late 16th century. The reconstructed

temple houses Buddhist

art of the Silla and Koryo Dynasties.

Continue to the Gyeongju Hyundai

Hotel for check in and dinner.

SATURDAY, MAY 18

GYEONGJU /

CLIPPER ODYSSEY

Today we visit Gameunsa Temple,

built by the Silla King Munmu to ward

off Japanese pirates. Following lunch,

transfer to the port city of Busan,

where you embark Clipper Odyssey

and begin your cruise to Japan.

SUNDAY, MAY 19

DAY AT SEA /

SAKAIMINATO, JAPAN

Enjoy the amenities of Clipper Odyssey

and attend onboard lecturers during

a relaxing day at sea. Arrive in the port

of Sakaiminato in the late evening.

MONDAY, MAY 20

SAKAIMINATO / MATSUE,

HONSHU ISLAND, JAPAN

A morning drive takes you to the

coastal town of Matsue. Stop en

route to visit the Adachi Museum of

Art, home to a lovely garden and an

extensive collection of modern

Japanese paintings. Continue to the

ancient Shinto shrine, Izumo Taisha,

before visiting the studio of the

potter Ajiki Hiro, renowned for his

Basara tea bowls. In the afternoon,

visit the Tezen Museum, a former sake

brewery now displaying art of the

Izumo Region, followed by a tea

ceremony in the Tezen family home.

Admire Matsue Castle, one of Japan’s

few remaining original castles. Dinner

is on deck as you cruise to Hagi.

TUESDAY, MAY 21

HAGI, HONSHU ISLAND

Hagi is the birthplace of the Meiji

Restoration political movement.

Experience the city's proud tradition

of pottery with visits to the studio

and gallery of the Miwa family, Hagi

potters for twelve generations, and

to the home of respected potter,

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Tezen Museum, Matsue.

Photo courtesy of the Museum.

Hamanaka Gesson. Return to the

ship for lunch. This afternoon,

explore the Bukeyashiki district, the

Samurai warriors’ residential district

now home to Hagi ware galleries and

antique shops. Continue to Tokoji

Temple, burial site of the feudal lords

who governed the region during the

Edo period. Alternatively, visit the

fascinating limestone caverns of

Akiyoshidai outside of Hagi.

WEDNESDAY, MAY 22

MIYAJIMA, ISLAND /

HIROSHIMA, JAPAN

This morning travel by Zodiac to the

scenic island of Miyajima, whose red

torii (gate) appears to float in the

middle of the bay. Visit the spectacular

Itsukushima Shrine and the

Treasure House with its collection of

painted scrolls. Continue on a walk

through famous Momijidani (“Maple

Leaves Valley”) Park, then return to

the ship for lunch. In the afternoon,

visit Hiroshima, known as the site of

the world’s first atomic bomb attack

but now also recognized for its

promotion of peace. See the Peace

Memorial Park and its Peace Memorial

Museum. A World War II and

atomic bomb survivor will also share

her story. Continue to the Hondori

district, with its excellent shopping,

for some time at leisure. Following

dinner, a Kagura dance troupe will

perform on board.

THURSDAY, MAY 23

NAOSHIMA & TESHIMA,

ISLANDS / UNO KO /

TAKAMATSU, JAPAN

The islands of Naoshima and

Teshima are former abandoned

industrial sites recently converted

to international art centers. On

Naoshima, tour the acclaimed

Chichu Art Museum, designed by

Tadao Ando, and the Benesse House,

a hotel and modern art museum


also designed by Ando, or travel by

ferry to nearby Teshima, to visit the

stunning Teshima Art Museum.

Designed by Ryuei Nishizawa, the

museum houses a single installation

by the artist Rei Naito. After

lunch at the Benesse House’s

Terrace Restaurant, you may wish

to return to Naoshima’s museums or

explore the local fishing village, now

also part of the contemporary art

scene. Alternatively, travel to Uno

Ko on the mainland and visit the

Ohara Museum of Art.

FRIDAY, MAY 24

TAKAMATSU, SHIKOKU

ISLAND, JAPAN

Attend a morning lecture before

visiting the Isamu Noguchi Garden

Museum near Takamatsu. Formerly

the artist’s studio, the museum is

now an extension of the Noguchi

Museum in Queens, New York.

Continue to Shikoku Mura, an architectural

park on the slope of Yashima

Hill, housing over 30 traditional

buildings from the Edo period. Return

to Takamatsu and visit the renowned

Ritsurin Garden.

SATURDAY, MAY 25

OSAKA / KYOTO, JAPAN

Step ashore at the port of Osaka

and depart for a full-day excursion

to Kyoto and the surrounding area.

In a beautiful mountain setting

outside Kyoto,visit the dramatic

Miho Museum, designed by I. M. Pei.

Following lunch at the museum,

continue to Kyoto for a private visit

to the Zen temple complex Daitokuji

and admire the Sanjusangendo

Temple. This evening, celebrate your

voyage at a festive farewell reception

and dinner, hosted by the captain.

SUNDAY, MAY 26

OSAKA / USA

Transfer to Osaka’s Kansai Airport

for the flights home.

ARTISTIC TRADITIONS OF KOREA & JAPAN

SEOUL TO OSAKA ABOARD CLIPPER ODYSSEY

MAY 12 – 26, 2013

13 NIGHTS / 13 DAYS

ACTIVITY LEVEL: MODERATE

HIGHLIGHTS

• Attend a series of lectures by Harvard professor Ted Bestor

and associate Vickey Bestor, as well as John Carpenter, Curator

of Japanese Art at The Metropolitan Museum of Art

• Stroll through some of the finest gardens in Japan

• Visit the celebrated arts centers on the Japanese islands of

Naoshima and Teshima.

• Meet a Hiroshima survivor and learn about Hiroshima’s

promotion of peace

• Sample regional specialties and enjoy memorable dining

experiences

• Admire Kyoto’s Miho Museum, designed by I. M. Pei and located

in a beautiful mountain setting

SOUTH

KOREA

Seoul

Busan

East China

Sea

Sea of

Japan

OPTIONAL TOKYO POSTLUDE

MAY 26 TO 30, 2013

Spend time in Kyoto before discovering dynamic Tokyo. See some of the capital

city’s finest art at the Idemitsu Museum, the Hara Museum of Contemporary Art,

and the Mori Art Museum. Visit the Nezu Museum, which houses the private

collection of industrialist Nezu Kaichiro, and the Tokyo National Museum, a

great repository of East Asian art and archaeology. Enjoy a gourmet bento

lunch, accompanied by traditional shamisen music in the Ryotei tea house

at Kiyosumi Garden. Savor Japan’s cuisine during meals, including traditional

robatayaki and kaiseki dinners.

$3,250 PER PERSON (DOUBLE OCCUPANCY)

$995 SINGLE SUPPLEMENT

Tokyo National Museum, photo © JNTO.

Sakaiminato

Matsue

Hiroshima

Hagi

JAPAN

Kyoto

Uno Ko Osaka

Teshima

Naoshima

Takamatsu

Tokyo


LAND / CRUISE RATES

Per person, double occupancy

301 TO 311

$9,990

A Deck. Standard Cabins.

Upper/lower twin berths, shower.

418 & 420 TO 426

$10,590

Main Deck. Superior Cabins.

Twin beds, shower.

401 TO 416

$11,990

Main Deck. Deluxe Cabins.

Twin beds, shower.

501 TO 516

$12,290

Lido Deck. Deluxe Cabins.

Twin beds, shower.

650 TO 652

$13,990

Bridge Deck. Deluxe Cabins.

Twin beds, shower.

601 TO 608

$14,990

Bridge Deck. Junior Suites.

Twin beds, bathtub with

shower, balcony.

OWNER’S SUITE

$17,990

Bridge Deck. Owner’s Suite.

Queen-sized bed, bathtub,

separate shower, balcony.

GENERAL INFORMATION

TOUR COST INCLUSIONS Four nights

accommodation at the Lotte Hotel, Seoul;

one night in Gyeongju; eight nights cabin

accommodations aboard Clipper Odyssey;

all meals during the cruise. Breakfast

daily, three lunches, and three dinners

ashore. Bottled water and coffee/tea with

all meals; wine with dinners; $50,000

emergency evacuation insurance;

enrichment program of lectures; escorted

sightseeing and entrance fees for visits;

airport/hotel/train/pier group transfers

and porterage; taxes and service;

gratuities to local guides and drivers.

TOUR COST EXCLUSIONS International

airfare; passport fees; meals not specified;

customary shipboard gratuities; alcoholic

beverages other than wine at dinners;

personal items and expenses; airport

transfers for those not on suggested

group flights; baggage in excess of one

suitcase; trip insurance; any other items

not specifically mentioned as included.

OPTIONAL POSTLUDE IN TOKYO

$3,250 per person, double occupancy

Single supplement $995. Includes four

nights at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel,

Tokyo; breakfast daily, four lunches, and

two dinners; excursions as per itinerary.

CLIPPER ODYSSEY

Clipper Odyssey is an intimate expedition-style vessel, perfectly equipped to

carry you to far-flung destinations in comfort and style. Enjoy fine cuisine and

relax in the library, gym or outdoor pool. Computers with internet access and

wi-fi are available in public areas. All cabins feature an ocean view, individually

controlled heat / air conditioning, flatscreen TV, and a sitting area with sofa.

POOL

LIBRARY

& BAR

650 652

LIDO

LOUNGE

MAIN

LOUNGE

PROMENADE

MAIN DECK

ELEVATOR

RECEPTION

302 304 306 308 310

DINING

ROOM DOCTOR

ELEVATOR

402 404 406 408 410 412 414 416 418 420 422 424 426

401 403 405 407 409 411 413 415

A DECK

502 504 506 508 510 512 514 516

301 303 305 307 309 311

TO BOOK A TRIP CALL 800-422-1636 OR VISIT ALUMNI.HARVARD.EDU/HAA/TRAVEL

651

653 GYM

SHOP

PROMENADE

BRIDGE DECK

ELEVATOR

LIDO DECK

ELEVATOR

602 604 606 608

601 603 605 607

SUITE

BRIDGE

501 503 505 507 509 511 513 515

SPA

421 423 425

SINGLE ACCOMMODATIONS: A limited number of A Deck and Main Deck cabins are

available at a supplement of 25%. Additional singles will be calculated at a supplement

of 30% to 100%.

RESERVATIONS, DEPOSITS &

FINAL PAYMENT To reserve a space

on this program, a $2,500 deposit is

required per person. Please either call

us at 800.422.1636 or 617.496.0806 or

fill out and mail or fax the registration

form found in the back of this brochure.

Reservations are acknowledged in order

of receipt until the maximum enrollment

has been reached. Payment terms will be

sent to you with your reservation confirmation

from our partner tour operator.

CANCELLATIONS & REFUNDS All

cancellations must be made in writing

to HAA Travels and are subject to a $350

non-refundable administrative fee.

Cancellations received between 120 and

91 days prior to departure will be charged

a fee in the amount of 20 percent of the

program cost per person; those received

between 90 and 61 days before departure,

50 percent; no refunds will be given for

cancellations received within 60 days

of departure. No refunds are given for

cancellation on or after the day of

departure, or for unused portions of

the tour for any reason.

ITINERARY CHANGES The itinerary

is subject to change at the discretion

of HAA Travels and the tour operator.

Deviations from the scheduled itinerary

are at the expense of the individual. All

prices quoted are based on prevailing

airfares, fuel prices and currency

exchange rates in effect at the time of

brochure printing and are subject to

change. The tour operator will work to

maintain the published trip price, but it

may be necessary to institute a surcharge.

INSURANCE We highly recommend the

purchase of trip cancellation insurance.

An application for insurance will be

provided by HAA upon confirmation.

RESPONSIBILITY Certain other

provisions apply regarding limitations

of liability and rights of HAA and the tour

operator. The statement of responsibility

is available at http://alumni.harvard.edu

/haa/travel/trips/korea-japan-2013. If

you are not able to access the Internet,

please call HAA Travels at 800.422.1636

or 617.496.0806.

DISCLAIMER Every reasonable effort

has been made to ensure the accuracy

of information presented in this

publication. Neither HAA Travels nor

the tour operator is responsible for

errors in or damages resulting from

use of the information contained herein.

Information contained in this brochure

is subject to change.

QUESTIONS Please call the Travel

Program at the Harvard Association

at 800.422.1636 or 617.49 6.0806,

email: haatravels@harvard.edu.

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FEATURED STUDY LEADERS WHY TRAVEL WITH HAA?

Theodore Bestor, Institute

Professor of Social Anthropology

and the Director of

Edwin O. Reischauer Institute

for Japanese Studies; and

Victoria Lyon Bestor,

associate of the Reischauer

Institute, have collaborated

on many Japanese study

projects, including editing

The Routledge Handbook

of Japanese Culture and

Society (2011). Ted is an

anthropologist specializing

in contemporary Japanese

society and culture, focusing

on Tokyo. He has written

widely on urban culture and

history, markets and economic

organization, food culture, the

fishing industry, and popular

culture. Ted, who has also

taught at Cornell and Columbia

Universities, received his Ph.D.

from Stanford University.

Vickey, who has worked at the

Japan Society of New York,

is executive director of a

nonprofit clearinghouse for

information on Japan. A

Fulbright Senior Scholar in

Kyoto, Vickey holds an M.A.

in Asian Studies from U.C.

Berkeley and a B.A. in East

Asian Studies from Western

Washington University, where

the Bestors originally met 40

years ago.

Book your next journey with the HAA today!

CALL 800 422 1636 or visit us at alumni.harvard.edu/haa/travel

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Below: Itsukushima Shrine, photo © Japanese National Tourist Organization (JNTO). On the cover: Senjokaku, Hiroshima, photo © JNTO.

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