Category: Tours

  • Naegi Castle and Iwamura Castle

    Naegi Castle and Iwamura Castle

    You can visit Naegi Castle and Iwamura Castle in a day. Samurai in Sengoku Period had constructed these two mountain castles to protect the Tono Area. Since Naegi Castle and Iwamura Castle are far from major train stations, we use a car to visit these magnificent castle ruins. We offer a day tour from Nagoya…

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  • Ontake Kodo

    Ontake Kodo

    Ontake Kodo is a trail to the sacred mountain “Ontake,” which has been worshipped by people since ancient times. Located on the border between Nagano and Gifu prefectures, Ontake is one of the 100 most famous mountains in Japan and has been the object of mountain worship since ancient times. Of the four hiking trails,…

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  • Sightseeing around Shimizu Port for cruise ship passengers

    Sightseeing around Shimizu Port for cruise ship passengers

    If you are cruise ship passengers and arrive at Shimizu Port, our guide may help you to go around the area. If you are interested in taking a tour from the Shimizu Port, Contact us from here From Shimizu Port, you can visit several tourist attractions as a day tour. We use a car driven…

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  • Rickshaw tour Arashiyama

    Rickshaw tour Arashiyama

    A rickshaw tour in Arashiyama offers an intimate and unforgettable way to explore one of Kyoto’s most beautiful districts. It combines adventure, culture, and history, making it a perfect activity for travelers seeking a unique experience. Discover Arashiyama: Experience the Charm by Rickshaw Introduction to Arashiyama Arashiyama, located in the western part of Kyoto, Japan,…

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  • Kamikochi


    Japan’s Mountain Paradise Introduction Kamikochi is a scenic valley in the Japanese Northern Alps. It is part of the Chubu Sangaku National Park in Nagano Prefecture. This area offers breathtaking views of mountains, pristine rivers, and lush forests. The Beauty of Kamikochi The Azusa River flows through Kamikochi, creating stunning landscapes. The Hotaka Mountains and…

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  • Yoshino


    Yoshino is a must-visit for anyone interested in Japan’s natural beauty, historical sites, and cultural experiences. Its cherry blossoms, historical temples, and delicious local cuisine offer something for everyone. A Jewel of Nara Prefecture A Haven of History and Nature Located in Nara Prefecture, Yoshino is a treasure trove of natural beauty and historical significance.…

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  • Inuyama Castle

    Inuyama Castle

    Inuyama Castle and its town offer a fascinating glimpse into Japan’s history and culture. This destination is a must-visit for anyone wanting to experience the beauty and tradition of Japan’s castles and historical towns. Discover Inuyama Castle: A National Treasure Perched atop a hill overlooking the Kiso River, Inuyama Castle stands as a testament to…

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  • Hikone


    Hikone offers a blend of historical beauty, cultural depth, and delicious cuisine. It’s a must-visit for those exploring Japan’s heritage. The city’s charm lies in its ability to transport visitors back in time. Hikone Castle: A Must-See Attraction Built in 1622, Hikone Castle stands as a symbol of Japan’s feudal past. It’s one of only…

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  • Himeji Castle tours

    Himeji Castle tours

    Japan’s Majestic World Heritage Site Himeji Castle stands as a masterpiece of Japanese architecture. Located in Himeji City, Hyogo Prefecture, it’s a shining example of medieval Japanese castle construction. Known as “White Heron Castle” for its brilliant white exterior, it resembles a bird taking flight. This castle is not just a cultural treasure but also…

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  • Omicho Market Tour

    Omicho Market Tour

    Omicho Market is not just a place to eat and shop; it’s a vibrant part of Kanazawa‘s culture and history. It offers a glimpse into the daily lives of locals and the culinary traditions of the region. Whether you’re a foodie or just curious about Japanese markets, Omicho is a delightful experience. Introduction Omicho Market…

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  • Kanazawa


    Kanazawa is a city where the past meets the present, offering visitors a rich cultural experience, beautiful landscapes, and culinary delights. Whether you’re exploring its historic streets, enjoying its modern art, or savoring its food, Kanazawa is a must-visit destination in Japan. Introduction to Kanazawa Kanazawa sits in Ishikawa Prefecture, on Japan’s central Honshu Island.…

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  • Nagoya


    Discover Nagoya: A Gateway to Japan’s Rich Heritage and Modern Marvels Nagoya, located in the heart of Japan’s Aichi Prefecture, serves as a perfect blend of historical richness and modern innovation. This bustling city offers tourists a unique glimpse into both Japan’s past and future, making it a must-visit destination on any travel itinerary. Historical…

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  • Yamadera Temple in Yamagata

    Yamadera Temple in Yamagata

    Nestled in the scenic landscapes of Yamagata Prefecture, Yamadera Temple, officially known as Risshakuji Temple, is a site of profound spiritual significance and natural beauty. This historic temple, established in 860 AD by the priest Ennin (also known as Jikaku Daishi), has captivated visitors for centuries with its serene atmosphere and stunning views. A Journey…

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  • Lake Kawaguchi

    Lake Kawaguchi

    Discovering Lake Kawaguchi: A Jewel in the Fuji Five Lakes Region Nestled in the shadow of the iconic Mount Fuji, Lake Kawaguchi (or Kawaguchiko) is a serene expanse of water that offers breathtaking views and a peaceful retreat from the hustle and bustle of city life. This destination is a must-visit for anyone traveling to…

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  • Kumano Kodo Pilgrimage Tours

    Kumano Kodo Pilgrimage Tours

    What is Kumano Kodo? Kumano Kodo is a pilgrimage route that has continued since ancient times. The Kumano Kodo is the collective name for pilgrimage routes from Kyoto, Yoshino, Koyasan, and Ise to the three sacred sites of Kumano Hongu Taisha, Kumano Nachi Taisha, and Kumano Hayatama Taisha. The Kii Peninsula was formed by the…

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  • Echizen Knife Making Factory

    Japan is home to several traditional knife producing regions. In recent years, Japanese cooking knives have become increasingly popular around the world, and more and more people are visiting production centers. Echizen knife is one of them. Unfortunately, it is not as well known as Japan’s three major knife-producing regions, Sakai City in Osaka Prefecture,…

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  • Shinjuku bar hopping tours

    Shinjuku bar hopping tours

    The famous Kabukicho and other eating and drinking districts are located on the east side of Shinjuku Station, Tokyo. Shinjuku Golden-Gai in particular is a town that people created for their livelihood after World War II. Since then, this town has been carried over to the present without being redeveloped. There are about 290 small…

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  • Alpine Route, Snow Corridor tours

    Alpine Route, Snow Corridor tours

    The Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route is a mountain tourism route connecting Toyama and Nagano. This route is one of the world’s most famous mountain tourism routes through the Northern Alps, a mountain range of 3,000-meter-high peaks. The total length of the trail is 37.2 km, with a maximum height difference of 1,975 m. Almost all…

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  • Mt Fuji tour from Tokyo

    Mt Fuji tour from Tokyo

    Destinations of Mt Fuji tours from Tokyo There are two main types of destinations for Mt Fuji tour departing from Tokyo to view the majestic mountain. One is to the north of Mt. Fuji (Yamanashi Prefecture) to Lake Kawaguchi (Fuji Five Lakes area). The other is to the south of Mt. Fuji (Kanagawa Prefecture) to…

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  • Shirakawago and Snow Monkey tour

    Shirakawago and Snow Monkey tour

    Both Shirakawago and Snow Monkey are very popular destinations for foreign tourists especially in winter. But many travelers are probably wondering how they can visit both. There are no package tours that visit both at once. The key is the Hokuriku Shinkansen (bullet train). The Hokuriku Shinkansen leaves Tokyo, passes through Nagano Station, and reaches…

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  • Private Morning Yanagibashi Fish Market and Sushi Tour in Nagoya

    Private Morning Yanagibashi Fish Market and Sushi Tour in Nagoya

    Looking for a fish market tour in Nagoya? Private Morning Yanagibashi Fish Market and Sushi Tour in Nagoya is for you. This tour is available every day except Wednesday and Sunday. Private Morning Yanagibashi Fish Market and Sushi Tour in Nagoya takes 2 to 3 hours depending on the option you choose. The 3-hour tour…

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  • Aokigahara Forest tours from Tokyo

    Aokigahara Forest tours from Tokyo

    How to get to aokigahara forest? Aokigahara Forest tours Avoid exploring deep into Aokigahara Forest by yourselves. It is very dangerous. Go there always with a guide. The most recommended tour is the Aokigahara Nature Conservation Full-Day Hiking Tour. Although the fee is high, no other tour offers as deep an insight into the nature…

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  • Takayama sake tasting tours

    Takayama sake tasting tours

    Sake tasting tours in Takayama Takayama is a famous for its Sake breweries. You can taste sake at some Sake shops in the old town of Takayama. If you like to know more about Sake, then join in a Sake tasting tour in Takayama. The most popular tour is “Sake Brewery Visit and Tasting Tour…

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  • Kyoto from Tokyo day trip by bullet train (Shinkansen)

    Kyoto from Tokyo day trip by bullet train (Shinkansen)

    If you are in Tokyo and you have only one day to visit Kyoto, then take a bullet train (Shinkansen). It takes one hour and 12 minutes one way. Kyoto from Tokyo Bullet train Shinkansen bullet train runs almost every 5 minutes during day time. So you never miss one. There are three types of…

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  • Emerald Beach in Okinawa, how to get there

    Emerald Beach in Okinawa, how to get there

    Emerald Beach overlook Emerald Beach is known for its crystal-clear waters, white sand, and beautiful greenery. The beach is part of the Ocean Expo Park, which is a popular tourist destination that features a variety of attractions, including the Churaumi Aquarium, Okinawa’s largest aquarium. At Emerald Beach, visitors can enjoy a variety of water activities,…

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  • One week in Japan: Option 1 Golden Route for first time in Japan

    If it is your first time to visit Japan, and you have only a week in Japan, then consider to take so-called Golden Route. This route visits Tokyo, Mt. Fuji or Nikko, Kyoto and Osaka, in this order or vise versa. You stay overnight in large cities such as Tokyo, Kyoto and Osaka. And take…

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  • Zenko-ji Temple

    About Zenko-ji Temple Zenko-ji Temple is a Buddhist temple located in Nagano, Japan. It is one of the oldest and most important temples in Japan, and is considered one of the country’s seven ancient capitals. The temple was founded in the 7th century and is said to house the first Buddhist statue brought to Japan…

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  • Kyoto tours

    Kyoto tours

    Kyoto is considered one of the most historically rich cities in Japan. It was the imperial capital of Japan for over a thousand years, and as such, Kyoto has many important cultural and historical sites, including temples, shrines, palaces, and gardens. One of Kyoto’s most famous attractions is the Golden Pavilion, also known as Kinkakuji,…

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  • Tours in Japan

    Tours in Japan

    What are the images of Japan for you? May be it is ancient temples and shrines in Kyoto, may be it is the image of ultra modern Tokyo, and may be it is the snow-capped mighty Mt. Fuji. All these are, yes, popular images of Japan. So the most of tourists visit Tokyo, Mt. Fuji…

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