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Kyoto,Nara,Osaka, Kobe, sightseeing with private chartered van with free wifi(1-18pax)

This is a chartered private van for 8 hours and enjoy travelling around Kyoto etc..as your request. You can plan to visit several places in the central Kyoto, Osaka, Kobe, Nara, etc.. within a limited time with our van. Our van can accommodate a group of up to 18 people and our service is available ... read more

8h $ 490 up to 18 people

Koyasan 1 Day Tour ( World Heritage Site )

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Koyasan is a part of the World Heritage Site "Sacred Site and Pilgrimage Routes in the Kii Mountain Range" Having 1200 years of history, Koyasan is a mountain top religious town and the birthplace of Shingon Buddhism. There are 117 temples, over 200,000 gravestones and 52 "Shukubo", temple lodging... read more

by Noriko
6h $ 285 up to 6 people

Exploring Koyasan

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Women were forbidden to enter Koyasan until 1872. Koyasan, literally means Mt Koya, a 900 high highland located in Wakayama Prefecture is a center of Buddhist study. A founder of Shingon Sect, Kobo Daishi Kukai who was granted by emperor Saga to use this land in 816. You can touch the Buddhist conce... read more

9h $ 312 up to 20 people

Wakayama Castle 2 hour tour

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Wakayama Castle is located in the city center and a symbol of Wakayama city. It takes only 40 minutes from Kansai International Airport. The grounds of the castle contain other features such as the Ohashi Roka Bridge , Nishinomaru Teien Garden , and the Koshoan teahouse , a traditional Japanes... read more

by Noriko
2h $ 89 up to 8 people

Koyasan Half Day Tour ( World Heritage Site )

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Koyasan is a part of the World Heritage Site "Sacred Site and Pilgrimage Routes in the Kii Mountain Range" Having 1200 years of history, Koyasan is a mountain top religious town and the birthplace of Shingon Buddhism. There are 117 temples, over 200,000 gravestones and 52 "Shukubo", temple lodging... read more

by Noriko
4h $ 187 up to 6 people

Kumano Sanzan & Nachi Waterfall

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"The sacred sites and the pilgrimage routes in the Kii Mountain Range, including Kumano Kodo," is designated as a World Cultural Heritage site in 2004. Kumano Kodo, the ancient path, is a generic term of pilgrimage routes leading to "Kumano Sanzan," or the three main shrines of "Kumano Nachi Taisha... read more

by Hideo
12h $ 303 up to 30 people

Kushimoto Tuna, Turkish Memorial Museum and Marine Park

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Kushimoto Town is located in the southernmost tip of Honshu Island. Speaking of Kushimoto, the first thing coming into our head is maguro or tuna, especially blue fin tuna. Kinki university first succeeded with the culture of maguro in Kushimoto. It is the first success in the world. Therefore y... read more

by Hideo
8h $ 267 up to 30 people

KOYASAN ( Mt.Koya, Wakayama) are so kind for wheelchairs

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Although there is no mountain of Mt.Koya in Wakayama Prefecure,people generally call the places Mt.Koya ,literally heights. Why? Because they have peaceful atmosphere and are best suited for esoteric Buddhism at such an high altitude in the deep moutains. read more

9h $ 694 up to 6 people

Tomogasgima Island

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This place has a long history. There are many ruins from Meiji-era. Access to the island by the public was strictly prohibited by the Imperial Japanese Army up to the end of World War II. We can walk around the island. Also there is a unique shrine near the island. There are a lot of dolls at the... read more

by ERI
5h $ 178 up to 5 people

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