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  •   Elizabeth Saunders Home
  •   Sea food restaurant
  •   The site of the former houses of VIPs in the Meiji era
  •   Traditional Japanese landscape-garden of the former house of Yoshida Shigeru, ex-prime minister
  •   Jozan-An, Japanese tea ceremony house(if you like)
  •   Karate class(if you like)
  •   Local Japanese tavern(if you like)
  •   Hakone hotspring(optional tour)


City Kanagawa
Meeting Point Ooiso Station
Ending Point Ooiso Station, or Hakone Yumoto Station(in case of optional tour)
Departure 10:00 AM ( recommended )   Flexible
Duration 7h   Flexible
Languages English (License) , French (Beginner)
Tour Type Private Tour ( only for you )
Number of people 1 ~ 5


81.00 USD

total price for up to 5 people

FREE cancelation 14 days prior

What to Expect

If you are interested in Japanese history, let's stroll around Ooiso Town to find the atmosphere of good old days in Japan.
At lunch time, you can enjoy a variety of fish dishes freshly caught by the port at reasonable price.
Let's walk along the seacoast viewing Mt. Fuji if the weather is clear.
We visit the site of the house of Mr. Yoshida who was an ex-prime minister It's a politically important historic place.
Have a rest enjoying green tea and Japanese sweets in a tea house. You can attend to a Japanese tea ceremony.You can find the serene atmosphere and learn traditional formal manners.
You can peep in a Karate class, a typical Japanese martial art which is profoundly impressive.
If you'd like to try Japanese local pub, let's drop by a cozy tabern before check-in to your hotel in the evening.
An optional tour is available to go to Hakone to enjoy hot spring resort. One day trip or one night is available according to your request. Let's talk it over!

What‘s included

guide fee

What‘s not included

Transportation fee(1114 yen from Tokyo to Ooiso(takes 67min), for example)Entrance fee to Elizabeth Sanders Home(500yen), lunch(1000~2000yen), green tea and Japanese sweets(500yen), optional tasting sake(1000yen~)

Hotel charge(7000~8000yen)if you stay one night.
Guide fee(7000yen) and other expense if you take the optiional tour to Hakone hot spring resort

Frequently Asked Questions

Is hot spring available?

Optional tour to Hakone hot spring resort is available. You can stay one night at Prince Hotel in Ooiso and go to Hakone by 1 hour trip next morning. Let's talk it over if you're interested.

Frequently Asked Questions

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No, our prices are 100% booking fee free – meaning the price you see is the amount you pay.
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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