|Meeting Point||at your hotel either in Osaka or in Kyoto|
|Ending Point||at your hotel either in Osaka or in Kyoto|
|Departure||08:30 AM ( recommended ) Flexible|
|Tour Type||Private Tour ( only for you )|
|Number of people||1 ~ 30|
The Asuka Period covers about 100 years from the end of 6th century until the the Nara Period(710) starts. The Asuka Period saw Japan emerge from the Tumulus Period with the introduction of Buddhism into Japan from China and Korea. Asuka Temple was the first Temple to be founded in Japan. The famous "Asuka Daibutsu" (Shakanyorai) is said to have been made by Toribusshi in Chinese style. Various influences from East Asia are represented in the Asuka Daibutsu. It resembles Shaka in Horyuji Temple. Ishibutai is Japan's best example of a rectangular tumulus and is famous for its huge exposed stone chamber. As the surface of the roof is large and smooth, since old times it has been called a stone stage. Accordingly, the Tumulus is believed to have been built at the beginning of the 7th century. This area is a national Park. As for Tachibana Temple, the inner gate, pagoda, main hall and lecture hall are located in a line along the east-west axis, like in the Shitennoji Temple style in Osaka. In the precinct is a strange two-faced stone. Have you ever heard of a two faced stone ? Takamatsuzuka Tomb is a round tumulus with a diameter of 23 meters. A horizontal hole-style stone chamber with colored murals was discovered in 1972. Genbu ( black turtle), tiger, dragon, women, the sun and the moon are displayed on the wall. Why don't you visit Asuka ? Thank you.
|extra person ( more than 30 people ).||4.50 USD|
|extra hour.||9.00 USD|
We had Hideo as our guide on 11 April 2017 for our trip to Yoshino. He was punctual to pick us up from our hotel, organized - presented us with the itinerary and informative. Yoshino - nice place for cherry blossom viewing and walking. You get to see nice views as well as street food and souvenirs. Hideo is very helpful, he brought us to buy our Shinkansen ticket from Kyoto to Tokyo. Without his help, we might take a long to time to figure out where to buy the tickets. He also brought us to eat Okonomiyaki, showed us around Dotonbori and brought us to the shops we wanted to shop. Thank you, Hideo! We enjoyed ourselves very much.
Very energetic; knows history of interesting places very well
Hideo is very professional guide. Before the start of the tour, he gives us our itinerary and the prices we have to pay. He's very knowledgeable in the places we went and very patient in answering our questions. Hideo and my Dad hit it off right away. Glad to have booked with you. We will surely book with you again whwn we come back. Thank You!
He was not only knowledgeable but so friendly and courteous. English was good, had no trouble communicating. Not only did we see main sights in Kyoto and Hiroshima but he pointed out subtleties that many would have missed. On top of it all he is also a really nice man. I recommend him highly!
Hideo gave us a great tour of Hiroshima & Miyajima. He met us at our hotel and from the very beginning was so friendly and knowledgeable. He provided so much in depth information about the sites and took us to a wonderful local restaurant for lunch. He helped us with our JR train tickets and at the end of our tour, he assisted us with getting onto the train in Hiroshima and changing platforms at Osaka for our journey to Kyoto, even though he was leaving the train at Osaka. Hideo is a real gentleman and we would highly recommend him. Thank you Hideo!
Kyoto was the ancient capital of Japan from 794 over one thousand years.
I would like to introduce you Kinkakuji Temple, Nijo Castle, Nishiki Market, Fushimi Inari Shrine, Kiyomizu Temple and Gion Corner.
I take you to Osaka Castle, Dotombori, Sginsekai and Shinsaibashi Shopping Street. In Osaka you can have Osaka local food such as Okoniomiyaki, Takoyaki, and Kushikatsu. Dotombori is popularly known as "kuidaore", or "eating and drinking until you
Hiroshima has 2 World Heritage sites: the Atomic Bomb Dome and Itsukushima Shrine in Miyajima.
Hiroshima is now internationally known as the first city destroyed by the atomic bomb ever used in hum...
Nara was the Imperial capital of Japan between 710 and 784 A.D. The city has many places of historical interest including Nara Park, Todaiji temple, Kasuga shrine, and Kofukuji Temple.
The Great B...