Day Trips from Aichi

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5.0
(7) Reviews
Duration: 6h

In Kiso Valley, Magome and Tsumago, old post-towns Tour

by Rumiko
5.0
(7) Reviews

You will have an easy and relaxing tour to see around the two post-towns, Magome-juku and Tsumago-juku. Between the two post-towns, you will move by bus or taxi. If you are interested in Hiking Tou...
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5.0
(7) Reviews
Duration: 7:30h

Cormorant Fishing on the Kiso River after strolling around Inuyama Castle and its town

by Rumiko
5.0
(7) Reviews

Why don't you enjoy watching cormorant fishing on the roofed barge after strolling around Inuyama Castle and its castle town? The comorant fishing tour starts from Jun 1 and ends October 15. If yo...
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4.4
(20) Reviews
Duration: 6h

Takayama (Little Kyoto)

by Hideo
4.4
(20) Reviews

Takayama is situated in a narrow and flat land surrounded by high mountains. Now it has become a hometown of many Japanese people since the access by rail and road has been improved so much. Develope...
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5.0
(7) Reviews
Duration: 4h

Stroll around Inuyama Castle and Joan( tea ceremony house)

by Rumiko
5.0
(7) Reviews

If you have only a short time to spend in the Nagoya area, why don't you explore Inuyama Castle and its castle town? (If you have more time , there is another tour , Cormorant Fishiing on the Kiso Ri...
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5.0
(7) Reviews
Duration: 8h

Meiji-mura(Meiji Village) after visiting Inuyama Castle (national treasure) and its town

by Rumiko
5.0
(7) Reviews

You will travel two different periods-the Warring States period and the Meiji period. You will be like a time traveler visiting these places. Inuyama Castle was built in the 16th century (Warring St...
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5.0
(1) Reviews
Duration: 8h

One-day Tour for Two Castle Towns; Inuyama and GIfu

by TETSUJI
5.0
(1) Reviews

Visiting two distinctive castle towns make you more familiar with the soul of Japan. One is Inuyama,where visitors can see and touch two national treasures, Inuyama Castle and tea-house Joan. The other is Gifu,where a modernized castle on the mountain and a hidden golden Great Buddha-statue make visitors sigh in admiration. This tour will satisfy your curiosity you might have about Japan.
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5.0
(1) Reviews
Duration: 8:30h

Discovering Samurai Spirit 'BUSHIDO' in 4 Tourist Spots

by TETSUJI
5.0
(1) Reviews

Don't you want to know how the Samurai spirit ‘Bushido’ was raised and kept in those days in Japan? You will find the answer by joining this tour. In this tour, there are four elements relating to Bushido; Castle, Tea-ceremony, Sword and Japanese paper ‘Washi’. I am sure you will realize that these cultural elements contributed to create a unique Japanese refined value of life.
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5.0
(1) Reviews
Duration: 8h

Best Choice for one-day Takayama tour

by TETSUJI
5.0
(1) Reviews

Takayama is a small city in a mountainous area which many tourists visit throughout the year. This tour will give you more satisfaction than others. Because the tour includes some healing spots in addition to popular tourist spots. The tour includes Miyagawa Morning Market, Higashiyama Walking, Old Town and Hida-Furukawa. I'm sure you’ll be able to see why Takayama mesmerizes tourists so much.
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Sumo Wrestlers Morning Training Watch in Nagoya (June and July only)

by TJtours

Our officially certified guide comes to meet you at your hotel and gives you basic guidance on how to properly watch a sumo practice at a sumo stable. Many sumo stables are not taking foreign visitors now, but we will do our utmost effort to find such stables that accept a sumo practice watch.
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Duration: 4:30h

Two National Treasures of Inuyama and Castle Town

by Naomi

You might know that there are many castles in Japan. But did you know there had been about 200 castles in Japan in the late 19th century, but there are only 12 castles keeping their original style. ...
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