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  •   Tsurugajyo castle
  •   Aizu Traditional Samurai Residences
  •   Oyakuen, Japanese style garden
  •   Sazae-Do, Buddhist temple
  •   Japanese restaurant and sake breweries
  •   Nanokamachi street
  •   The Grave of the Byakkotai
  •   Ouchijyuku old thatched roof post station


City Fukushima
Meeting Point At Aizuwakamatsu station ( meeting time/ 9:30 ) or Fukushima station ( meeting time/ 7:50) 
Ending Point At Aizuwakamatsu station or Fukushima station
Departure 09:30 AM ( recommended )   Flexible
Duration 8h   Flexible
Languages English (License)
Tour Type Private Tour ( only for you )
Number of people 1 ~ 6


265.50 USD

total price for up to 6 people

FREE cancelation 14 days prior

What to Expect

Aizu has long been an important city in Japanese history . It is known as the final resting place of the Samurai.
Walking around Aizu, you get a sense of a sacred but long-gone era.
Here you can look into the lives of the samurai warriors who once filled the streets, and hear their final battle cry!

Recommended sights are as follows.

  ☆ Tsurugajo Castle
     Feudal loads resided in the region's beautiful castle , the symbol of Aizu.
     You can taste traditional Japanese tea in the famous tea cottage , Rinkaku in the castle ground.

< Life of Samurai >
  ☆  Aizu Traditional Samurai Residences.
      Take a look into highly-ranked Aizu samurais' daily life.
  ☆ Oyatyakuen
      Beautiful Japanese style garden , villa of Aizu feudal lords, where medicinal herbs were grown for
     people in Aizu.

< Tragic History >
  ☆ The Grave of the Byakkotai, young samurai warriors
      Aizu was last battleground in the end of the samurai period.
     See the place where the samurai laid their souls to rest.

< Unique Architecture >
  ☆ Sazae-Do
     World famous Buddhist temple which has worldwide rare structure, two spiral ramps.

< Local Cuisine and World Class Sake >
   ☆ Traditoinal Japanese restaurants and Japanese sake breweries
     Aizu is also no stranger to delicious food and drink.
     Try some of the local dishes and visit sake breweries , home to some of the world's best sake!

< Traditional Art and Crafts >
  ☆ Nanokamachi Street
     Don't leave Aizu without visiting the street , where you can experience traditional , folk arts and crafts,
     and find great souvenirs.

What‘s included

guide fee,

What‘s not included

transportation fee , lunch, entrance fee

Frequently Asked Questions

rounnd-trip bus fare Fukushima ⇔Aizuwakamatsu


Frequently Asked Questions

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It depends on the location of your hotel and places you visit. But to give you an idea, it costs about 200-300yen for one place to the other, and the total is about 1,000yen for a full day tour.
Yes, but there will be additional charge for that and it is not by car. The guide will go pick you up using public transportations. For further details, please contact your guide directly.
Yes, you can and you may be able to get a discount if you are traveling alone. Price depends on which guide you choose.
Yes you can, but you have to pay an extra charge per person. The price depends on which guide you choose.
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