Agritourism in the tea village in Kyoto & discover the ninja culture in Iga - 3 days

Let's live in idyllic countryside in the Kyoto Tea Village with the local people while making plenty of agritourism experiences. You will be immersed into farmer’s daylife and will learn all the secrets about japanese tea in one of the most important production in Japan.

It will be pleasant experience for you to walk through the tea fields and attend a tea ceremony, and you will be learnt how to make Japanese tea and some herbal tea in addition to compare some tea to find the difference. Also you can taste a meal that uses tea leaves.
You will enjoy exchanging with local people at the idyllic atmosphere in the countryside.
If you are favour in Japanese tea, this tour is must. 
Besides strolling the tea fields, we take you Byodoin Phoenix hall and Nara city sightseeing; so that you enjoy the Japanese culture with this tour. 
Then, how about visiting a former Ninja village where you could learn all about the combat skills of those stealth warriors ? You could also visit a former ninja mansion full of traps.
Also you will be experienced making bracelet by IGA Kumihimo Braided Cord, a traditional craft of braiding threads together to make cords, which becomes popular once introduced by the movie “Your Name.”. 
In addition to the ninja mansion, we will visit Iga Ueno Castle where the Kurosawa movie “Kagemusha, the shadow of the worrier” was taken.


2 days 1 night tour is also availableAgritourism in a tea village in Kyoto 2 days
Click here to discover our excursions from Kyoto.


 
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Overview

Let's live in idyllic countryside in the Kyoto Tea Village with the local people while making plenty of agritourism experiences. You will be immersed into farmer’s daylife and will learn all the secrets about japanese tea in one of the most important production in Japan.

It will be pleasant experience for you to walk through the tea fields and attend a tea ceremony, and you will be learnt how to make Japanese tea and some herbal tea in addition to compare some tea to find the difference. Also you can taste a meal that uses tea leaves.
You will enjoy exchanging with local people at the idyllic atmosphere in the countryside.
If you are favour in Japanese tea, this tour is must. 
Besides strolling the tea fields, we take you Byodoin Phoenix hall and Nara city sightseeing; so that you enjoy the Japanese culture with this tour. 
Then, how about visiting a former Ninja village where you could learn all about the combat skills of those stealth warriors ? You could also visit a former ninja mansion full of traps.
Also you will be experienced making bracelet by IGA Kumihimo Braided Cord, a traditional craft of braiding threads together to make cords, which becomes popular once introduced by the movie “Your Name.”. 
In addition to the ninja mansion, we will visit Iga Ueno Castle where the Kurosawa movie “Kagemusha, the shadow of the worrier” was taken.


2 days 1 night tour is also availableAgritourism in a tea village in Kyoto 2 days
Click here to discover our excursions from Kyoto.


 

Jour 1 : Kyoto - Nara - Wazuka

Today's schedule
*If you need an accomodation at Kyoto before the tour departure, please ask us about it in the free space on the booking form.

【A.M.】:[Kyoto st.]---[Uji]Visiting Byōdō-in  Hōō-dō(Phoenix hall) ---[Nara]

【P.M.】:Visiting Todaiji temple + stroll around Nara park ---[Wazuka]

* Accomodation will be a guesthouse of the local family or "Wazukaso" (Ryokan), and it could be located in the village next to Wazuka. 

Byōdō-in  Hōō-dō(Phoenix hall)
Byodoin temple was built 1,000 years ago, located in Uji city where is south part of Kyoto, designated as the national heritage and recognized the world heritage together with other buildings inside Kyoto.
The Amitabha hall of the temple owes its name to a legendary bird Phoenix, since the appearance of the hall is designed in imitation of the Phoenix spreading its wings.
The site is selected for 10 yen coin design due to the courtliness in temples and harmonization with the pond surrounding. 
You will see many tourists comparing 10 yen coins and the scenery in front of the Phoenix hall.
Your eyes will be caught by the beauty of the Byodoin Phoenix hall because it stays elegant over 1,000 years and countless times of repairs in the past.




Nara park
Nara Park (Nara Kōen) is a public park in the city of Nara, Japan, located at the foot of Mount Wakakusa, founded in 1880 and administered by Nara Prefecture. The park is one of the scenic beauty spots designated by the Department of Education. More than 1,200 wild sika deer (or shika) roaming freely in the park are also under the ministry designation, classified "natural treasure". Although the official area of ​​the park is about 502 ha, the area which includes the Tōdai-ji, Kōfuku-ji and Kasuga-taisha rights-of-way that are either on the edge or surrounded by Nara Park, makes at 660 ha.
While Nara Park is generally associated with the main estates of the temples and the park proper, the previously private gardens are now open to the public. These gardens make use of the temple buildings as auxiliary features of their landscapes. The park is home to the National Museum of Nara and Todai-ji, where the world's largest wooden building houses a Buddha statue some 16 meters high.


Leaving Nara & heading for the tea village "Wazuka"

Ⅾépart de Nara vers la ville rurale de Wazuka.
guesthouse in a local family or Ryokan
breakfast, dinner

Day 2 : Several experiences concerning the tea

Today's schedule

【Rural experiences all day in Wazuka】
※Depending on the seasons and the farmers disponibility, please note that the program could be modified.

A.M.:①A stroll in a tea plantation ②Tea Pickiging Experience (May - June) / Compare 3 different kind of tea (july-april) ③Japanese Tea Lessons ~ How to Make the TEA ~ 

Lunch: Bento Box

P.M.:④homemade herb picking & the herbal tea and soap making⑤Tea ceremony  experience : sâdo

 

Welcome to Tea-topia WAZUKA
Wazuka-cho,which is located at the southern edge of Kyoto prefecture, famous as the hometown of Uji Tea, accounts for approximately half of the production from Kyoto prefecture. As the landscape in Wazuka-cho has been made over 800 years by tea-production and their scenic view is incomparably beautiful, it was designated and registered as the first of the Scenic Property of Kyoto Prefecture. It was also registered as one of the Japan Heritage in 2015.Wazuka is a place where you can feel the beautiful nature as well as meet nice peple. We hope you ca enjoy the tea fields Wazuka tea and food that you’ll never ever be able to see in other places.



A stroll in a tea plantation
Let’s stroll in one of the most important Uji tea plantation of the Wazuka area. Here there is one of the biggest high-end  green tea production of entire Japan. The tea cultivation is part of daylife of Wazuka inhabitants, and you will be amazed by the beautiful scenery of the grower’s tea fields around you. Moreover, you will be surprised by the wonderful nature while admiring the forest, the mountains and rivers too. The landscape is incredible every season, so come and enjoy it !



Tea Pickiging Experience (May - June except rainy day)
Tea Pickiging Experience is the most popular among all. There are two seasons fro tea picking seperately in May –June and September-October. Tea is considered to be picked by hands but now in Japan cut by machine has become the main trend.The form of tea picking by hand is applied in the first grade Gyokuro Macha 、tea contest、tea picking event and so on. It’s available to have tea picking experience in Wazuka,but in the busy seasons tea farmers may not meet your requirements.We hope you can understand .According to the hope of tourists experience liike tea girl cosplay.



Compare 3 different kind of tea  (july-april, rainy day between May - June)
There is a lot of different kind of tea in Japan, as Sencha, Hojicha, Genmaicha or brown rice tea, matcha (green tea powder), Oolong tea, or black tea. Did you know that those different kind of tea come from the same tea tree ? However, there is a difference regarding the growing and the manufacturing process. We will experience comparing 3 different kind of tea came from the same tree. After tasting each one, will you be able to feel the difference in taste ?

It includes Sencha, Gyokuro, Tencha, there is also the tea that resists the cold, those whose harvest is important, and each particularity will be taken in account by the farmer and will determine the place of growing and the harvesting time.  

Blended tea is highly commercialized all around the world but Wazuka being an important production area, we are able to enjoy the unique experience of comparing each kind of tea.

Japanese Tea Lessons ~ How to Make the TEA ~ 
The hometown of Ujicha Wazuka taught by Japanese tea instructors how to brew the delicious tea.Usually we just brew tea without thinking. Nowadays more and more people tend to drink petbottle tea and forget how to brew tea in teapot. Please enjoy the delicious tea under the instruction of the Japanese tea instructors who knows a lot about tea.Tea classroom has become more and more popular, feedback like 「tea is such a delicious drink」「I wanna brew like this at home」can be heard everywhere.


Experience herbal tea and soap making
At the “Wazuka green farm”, we will taste an infusion prepared with fresh herbs that we will harvest ourselves.
Enjoy the particular taste and aroma of the freshly-picked herbs.
Moreover, from those herbs, it is possible to make handcrafted soaps.
Bring with your souvenirs, the good smell of those organic soaps.


Tea ceremony  experience : sâdo

Experience together tea ceremony, in a chashitsu (a room dedicated to tea ceremony), or outside (“Nodate” in Japanese); we will observe a particular tea preparation named “Otemae” that is only made during the “Urasenke” tea ceremony style. Then, you could prepare matcha tea on your own. We will learn how to taste “Okashi” (traditional Japanese pastries) with the tea. Tea ceremony is a unique and important moment between the host (who welcome) and the guest ( who enjoy the tea). During the preparation, plenty of images will unfold in front of your eyes, you will listen to the sound of the Kama (small container where the tea is prepared), you will smell the sweet aroma of the tea before enjoying it. Stimulate your senses and enjoy this deep sensation.

Guesthouse in local family or Ryokan
breakfast, dinner, lunch

Day 3 : Wazuka - Iga - Kyoto

Today's schedule

[A.M.] : Departure from Wazuka for the birth place of  Ninja  "Iga"
  "Kumihimo"
Bracelet making with traditional handcraft technic and machine 

Lunch at a local restaurant 


[P.M.] : Visiting Iga Ninja museum, Iga castle --- [Kyoto]

*"Kumihimo" Bracelet making, entrance fee of Iga Ninja museum with ninja show and Iga castle, lunch are included in the tour price.




Iga~the birth place of NINJA~The province of Iga is an old province of Japan which occupied an area included in the present western part of the prefecture of Mie. The province of Iga was surrounded by the provinces of Ise, Omi, Yamato, Yamashiro. The city that protected the province through its castle was Ueno, and the province was divided into four districts. The province of Iga was famous for the ninjas of his Iga-ryū school, the most famous was probably Hanzō Hattori. The province is considered with the province of Kōga (Kōga-ryū) as the birthplace of ninjutsu (martial art of training ninjas).
The Ninja techniques would come from the military strategy of Sonshi imported from China in the sixth century. These techniques developed by adapting to their new environment, Japan. In fact, the Ninja technique differs from the classic military strategy. The "Ninja" is the person who uses these techniques and this strategy. The schools of Iga Ninja and Kôga Ninja have the same origin and are considered the best in Japan. It is in the prefecture of Mie that is the only museum of Japan dedicated to the Ninja Culture. It welcomes many visitors from around the world.
 

"Kumihimo" Bracelet making with traditional handcraft technic and machine 

L'image de Ninja est tellement gravée sur notre coeur que les autres spécialités sont souvent délaissées par les touristes. Pourtant, l'une d'elles a récemment été révélée grâce au film "Your name" (Kimi no na wa). Il s'agit du "Kumihimo", qui est un cordon tricoté avec du fil de plusieurs couleurs utilisant un instrument traditionnel. L'art du "Kumihimo" joue un rôle important dans ce film qui s'inspire de la région montagneuse de Hida et l'on pourrait croire qu'il est une tradition reconnue de cette partie du Japon. Pourtant, c'est la ville de Iga qui fabrique à la main,90% des Kumihimo.
Pourquoi ne pas essayer de faire un "Kumihimo" en forme de bracelet avec les outils et la méthode traditionnelle.



Iga Ninja museum
  • Ninja Experience Hall
Visitors can watch Iga ninja stealthily infiltrate Ueno Castle. On the video screen in the Mini Theater, one can watch to see how they infiltrated undetected by anyone, and escaped as well. There, visitors can also learn about the tools ninja used to carry out their strategies, and even try using some of the tools by themselves. There are over 400 ninja tools on display, including shuriken actually used in the time of the ninja.
 (Shurikens shooting experience : 200 yen)

 

  • Ninja show 

Visitors can watch a show where ninja tools that were actually used in the ninja heyday are demonstrated. Shuriken, swords, and kusarigama are used in this exciting display.

* Depending on the calender, It is possible not to be able to see the show. In this case, 400 yen will be refunded.
  • Iga Ninja house
In order to prevent having explosives manufacturing technology stolen by enemies, this typical ninja house had protections such as set traps and fake hallways. The ninja house is a simple farm dwelling, but has surprises, escape routes, hidden doors, places to hide swords, and the above traps and trickery.
Here a kuno (female ninja) guides visitors through each part of the house, showing and demonstrating each trap or trick it contains.

Ueno castle


The castle is also referred as “Iga Ueno castle” and rebuilt in the Showa period. Unlike Osaka castle rebuilt by reinforced concrete around the same time, Iga Ueno castle was made from wood. Its stone wall retains original structure with approx. 30 meters of height which competes with Osaka castle, one of the highest wall, if not the highest in Japan.  The castle was designed by Takatora Todo who is famous for excellence in castle design. 
Iga Ueno castle employs complex castle keep where three layers in the larger castle keep and two layers in the smaller castle keep and often used for movie making. It is well known that the castle is used for “Kagemusha, the shadow of the warrior” directed by Akira Kurosawa.  

Departure from Iga for Kyoto.
The tour ends at Kyoto st in the evening.


*If you need an accomodation at Kyoto, please ask us about it in the free space on the booking form.
breakfast, lunch

Where to Go

Itinerary

Jour 1 : Kyoto - Nara - Wazuka

Today's schedule
*If you need an accomodation at Kyoto before the tour departure, please ask us about it in the free space on the booking form.

【A.M.】:[Kyoto st.]---[Uji]Visiting Byōdō-in  Hōō-dō(Phoenix hall) ---[Nara]

【P.M.】:Visiting Todaiji temple + stroll around Nara park ---[Wazuka]

* Accomodation will be a guesthouse of the local family or "Wazukaso" (Ryokan), and it could be located in the village next to Wazuka. 

Byōdō-in  Hōō-dō(Phoenix hall)
Byodoin temple was built 1,000 years ago, located in Uji city where is south part of Kyoto, designated as the national heritage and recognized the world heritage together with other buildings inside Kyoto.
The Amitabha hall of the temple owes its name to a legendary bird Phoenix, since the appearance of the hall is designed in imitation of the Phoenix spreading its wings.
The site is selected for 10 yen coin design due to the courtliness in temples and harmonization with the pond surrounding. 
You will see many tourists comparing 10 yen coins and the scenery in front of the Phoenix hall.
Your eyes will be caught by the beauty of the Byodoin Phoenix hall because it stays elegant over 1,000 years and countless times of repairs in the past.




Nara park
Nara Park (Nara Kōen) is a public park in the city of Nara, Japan, located at the foot of Mount Wakakusa, founded in 1880 and administered by Nara Prefecture. The park is one of the scenic beauty spots designated by the Department of Education. More than 1,200 wild sika deer (or shika) roaming freely in the park are also under the ministry designation, classified "natural treasure". Although the official area of ​​the park is about 502 ha, the area which includes the Tōdai-ji, Kōfuku-ji and Kasuga-taisha rights-of-way that are either on the edge or surrounded by Nara Park, makes at 660 ha.
While Nara Park is generally associated with the main estates of the temples and the park proper, the previously private gardens are now open to the public. These gardens make use of the temple buildings as auxiliary features of their landscapes. The park is home to the National Museum of Nara and Todai-ji, where the world's largest wooden building houses a Buddha statue some 16 meters high.


Leaving Nara & heading for the tea village "Wazuka"

Ⅾépart de Nara vers la ville rurale de Wazuka.
guesthouse in a local family or Ryokan
breakfast, dinner

Day 2 : Several experiences concerning the tea

Today's schedule

【Rural experiences all day in Wazuka】
※Depending on the seasons and the farmers disponibility, please note that the program could be modified.

A.M.:①A stroll in a tea plantation ②Tea Pickiging Experience (May - June) / Compare 3 different kind of tea (july-april) ③Japanese Tea Lessons ~ How to Make the TEA ~ 

Lunch: Bento Box

P.M.:④homemade herb picking & the herbal tea and soap making⑤Tea ceremony  experience : sâdo

 

Welcome to Tea-topia WAZUKA
Wazuka-cho,which is located at the southern edge of Kyoto prefecture, famous as the hometown of Uji Tea, accounts for approximately half of the production from Kyoto prefecture. As the landscape in Wazuka-cho has been made over 800 years by tea-production and their scenic view is incomparably beautiful, it was designated and registered as the first of the Scenic Property of Kyoto Prefecture. It was also registered as one of the Japan Heritage in 2015.Wazuka is a place where you can feel the beautiful nature as well as meet nice peple. We hope you ca enjoy the tea fields Wazuka tea and food that you’ll never ever be able to see in other places.



A stroll in a tea plantation
Let’s stroll in one of the most important Uji tea plantation of the Wazuka area. Here there is one of the biggest high-end  green tea production of entire Japan. The tea cultivation is part of daylife of Wazuka inhabitants, and you will be amazed by the beautiful scenery of the grower’s tea fields around you. Moreover, you will be surprised by the wonderful nature while admiring the forest, the mountains and rivers too. The landscape is incredible every season, so come and enjoy it !



Tea Pickiging Experience (May - June except rainy day)
Tea Pickiging Experience is the most popular among all. There are two seasons fro tea picking seperately in May –June and September-October. Tea is considered to be picked by hands but now in Japan cut by machine has become the main trend.The form of tea picking by hand is applied in the first grade Gyokuro Macha 、tea contest、tea picking event and so on. It’s available to have tea picking experience in Wazuka,but in the busy seasons tea farmers may not meet your requirements.We hope you can understand .According to the hope of tourists experience liike tea girl cosplay.



Compare 3 different kind of tea  (july-april, rainy day between May - June)
There is a lot of different kind of tea in Japan, as Sencha, Hojicha, Genmaicha or brown rice tea, matcha (green tea powder), Oolong tea, or black tea. Did you know that those different kind of tea come from the same tea tree ? However, there is a difference regarding the growing and the manufacturing process. We will experience comparing 3 different kind of tea came from the same tree. After tasting each one, will you be able to feel the difference in taste ?

It includes Sencha, Gyokuro, Tencha, there is also the tea that resists the cold, those whose harvest is important, and each particularity will be taken in account by the farmer and will determine the place of growing and the harvesting time.  

Blended tea is highly commercialized all around the world but Wazuka being an important production area, we are able to enjoy the unique experience of comparing each kind of tea.

Japanese Tea Lessons ~ How to Make the TEA ~ 
The hometown of Ujicha Wazuka taught by Japanese tea instructors how to brew the delicious tea.Usually we just brew tea without thinking. Nowadays more and more people tend to drink petbottle tea and forget how to brew tea in teapot. Please enjoy the delicious tea under the instruction of the Japanese tea instructors who knows a lot about tea.Tea classroom has become more and more popular, feedback like 「tea is such a delicious drink」「I wanna brew like this at home」can be heard everywhere.


Experience herbal tea and soap making
At the “Wazuka green farm”, we will taste an infusion prepared with fresh herbs that we will harvest ourselves.
Enjoy the particular taste and aroma of the freshly-picked herbs.
Moreover, from those herbs, it is possible to make handcrafted soaps.
Bring with your souvenirs, the good smell of those organic soaps.


Tea ceremony  experience : sâdo

Experience together tea ceremony, in a chashitsu (a room dedicated to tea ceremony), or outside (“Nodate” in Japanese); we will observe a particular tea preparation named “Otemae” that is only made during the “Urasenke” tea ceremony style. Then, you could prepare matcha tea on your own. We will learn how to taste “Okashi” (traditional Japanese pastries) with the tea. Tea ceremony is a unique and important moment between the host (who welcome) and the guest ( who enjoy the tea). During the preparation, plenty of images will unfold in front of your eyes, you will listen to the sound of the Kama (small container where the tea is prepared), you will smell the sweet aroma of the tea before enjoying it. Stimulate your senses and enjoy this deep sensation.

Guesthouse in local family or Ryokan
breakfast, dinner, lunch

Day 3 : Wazuka - Iga - Kyoto

Today's schedule

[A.M.] : Departure from Wazuka for the birth place of  Ninja  "Iga"
  "Kumihimo"
Bracelet making with traditional handcraft technic and machine 

Lunch at a local restaurant 


[P.M.] : Visiting Iga Ninja museum, Iga castle --- [Kyoto]

*"Kumihimo" Bracelet making, entrance fee of Iga Ninja museum with ninja show and Iga castle, lunch are included in the tour price.




Iga~the birth place of NINJA~The province of Iga is an old province of Japan which occupied an area included in the present western part of the prefecture of Mie. The province of Iga was surrounded by the provinces of Ise, Omi, Yamato, Yamashiro. The city that protected the province through its castle was Ueno, and the province was divided into four districts. The province of Iga was famous for the ninjas of his Iga-ryū school, the most famous was probably Hanzō Hattori. The province is considered with the province of Kōga (Kōga-ryū) as the birthplace of ninjutsu (martial art of training ninjas).
The Ninja techniques would come from the military strategy of Sonshi imported from China in the sixth century. These techniques developed by adapting to their new environment, Japan. In fact, the Ninja technique differs from the classic military strategy. The "Ninja" is the person who uses these techniques and this strategy. The schools of Iga Ninja and Kôga Ninja have the same origin and are considered the best in Japan. It is in the prefecture of Mie that is the only museum of Japan dedicated to the Ninja Culture. It welcomes many visitors from around the world.
 

"Kumihimo" Bracelet making with traditional handcraft technic and machine 

L'image de Ninja est tellement gravée sur notre coeur que les autres spécialités sont souvent délaissées par les touristes. Pourtant, l'une d'elles a récemment été révélée grâce au film "Your name" (Kimi no na wa). Il s'agit du "Kumihimo", qui est un cordon tricoté avec du fil de plusieurs couleurs utilisant un instrument traditionnel. L'art du "Kumihimo" joue un rôle important dans ce film qui s'inspire de la région montagneuse de Hida et l'on pourrait croire qu'il est une tradition reconnue de cette partie du Japon. Pourtant, c'est la ville de Iga qui fabrique à la main,90% des Kumihimo.
Pourquoi ne pas essayer de faire un "Kumihimo" en forme de bracelet avec les outils et la méthode traditionnelle.



Iga Ninja museum
  • Ninja Experience Hall
Visitors can watch Iga ninja stealthily infiltrate Ueno Castle. On the video screen in the Mini Theater, one can watch to see how they infiltrated undetected by anyone, and escaped as well. There, visitors can also learn about the tools ninja used to carry out their strategies, and even try using some of the tools by themselves. There are over 400 ninja tools on display, including shuriken actually used in the time of the ninja.
 (Shurikens shooting experience : 200 yen)

 

  • Ninja show 

Visitors can watch a show where ninja tools that were actually used in the ninja heyday are demonstrated. Shuriken, swords, and kusarigama are used in this exciting display.

* Depending on the calender, It is possible not to be able to see the show. In this case, 400 yen will be refunded.
  • Iga Ninja house
In order to prevent having explosives manufacturing technology stolen by enemies, this typical ninja house had protections such as set traps and fake hallways. The ninja house is a simple farm dwelling, but has surprises, escape routes, hidden doors, places to hide swords, and the above traps and trickery.
Here a kuno (female ninja) guides visitors through each part of the house, showing and demonstrating each trap or trick it contains.

Ueno castle


The castle is also referred as “Iga Ueno castle” and rebuilt in the Showa period. Unlike Osaka castle rebuilt by reinforced concrete around the same time, Iga Ueno castle was made from wood. Its stone wall retains original structure with approx. 30 meters of height which competes with Osaka castle, one of the highest wall, if not the highest in Japan.  The castle was designed by Takatora Todo who is famous for excellence in castle design. 
Iga Ueno castle employs complex castle keep where three layers in the larger castle keep and two layers in the smaller castle keep and often used for movie making. It is well known that the castle is used for “Kagemusha, the shadow of the warrior” directed by Akira Kurosawa.  

Departure from Iga for Kyoto.
The tour ends at Kyoto st in the evening.


*If you need an accomodation at Kyoto, please ask us about it in the free space on the booking form.
breakfast, lunch
Important to know
  • Children must be accompanied by an adult

  • Please inform us, at the time of booking, about the participation of any person with reduced mobility or suffering from any  condition requiring special needs during the trip.

  • Max 8 peoples small group tour

  • We need a minimum of 4 people for this tour to start. In the case of individual bookings, it will be confirmed once the participant number sufficient. To make the tour  start with less than 4 peoples, please ask us about the price on the booking form. 

  • The tour operator  reserves the right to cancel the excursion 30 days before departure date if the number of participants is not sufficient.

  • In case of traffic congestion or any other uncontrollable reasons that affect the tour schedule and lead to delay in time, schedule change or visit cancellation etc., our company will not take any responsibility, please be noted in advance.

  • Itinerary order is subject to change depending on traffic, weather and operation hours.

  • In case of cancellation due to the weather and/or the reason unexpected, we will refund the amount equivalent to the experience otherwise switch to another experience.

  • The price is per person based on the booking of a double or a twin room.

  • All the bookings must be confirmed not later than 30 days before departure.

Additional informations
  • Please note that we will take public transport during the trip. Please refer to the section “Transportation
  • A moderate amount of walking is involved. Please, wear comfortable walking shoes.

  • Each itinerary has free time periods. You will enjoy a wide range of sightseeing on your own. Please notice that there will be no transportation during free times. All the payments made during free times are at your own expense.

  • Please  refer to “Travel information” about any useful information.

  • Please expect an additional price if you are traveling alone. Most of the Ryokan doesn’t have single rooms.

  • Pictures are used for illustrative purpose only.

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Included
  • tour leader‘s service every day
  • The breakfasts and the meals mentioned in the itinerary
    : 2 breakfasts, 2 lunch, 2 dinners

  • Every transport mentioned in the itinerary

  •  Accommodation for 1 night : guesthouse pr homestay or ryokan
    * Accomodation will be a guesthouse of the local family or "Wazukaso" (Ryokan), and it could be located in the village next to Wazuka. 

  • The visits and the entrance fees in the sites mentioned in the itinerary
    :Byodo-in, Todaiji

    *Tour price for children is available. The tour price for the groupe who share the rooms by more than 3 peaple can be also negotiable.Please ask us about further informations on the booking form.

Not included
  • The international flights

  • The insurances

  • The personal expenses

  • The meals not mentioned in the itinerary

  • The transports, the entrance fees and the activities not mentioned in the itinerary.

  • The gratuities (voluntary).

    *Please ask us for the extra nights before or/and after the tour.

Dates & Prices

Please select & click on the date below to make a reservation / inquiry.

★We can also organise a private tour with your own departure date. Please feel free to contact us via our contact form and let us know your desired departure date, travel duration, number of travellers and any other wishes you have.
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