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Found 12 tours that visit Nagano

  • Lake Suwa Fireworks Festival (Round Trip from Shinjuku) [Aug. 15 Only] Lake Suwa Fireworks Festival
    Lake Suwa Fireworks Festival (Round Trip from Shinjuku) [Aug. 15 Only]
        
    • Bus

    1. Book this plan for a 1-day bus tour to see one of Japan's largest fireworks displays with 40,000 fireworks!
    Get ready for a stunning performance as you gaze up at star mine fireworks and 2-km-long Niagara fireworks here at one of the country's largest displays in terms of number and scale. The fireworks are launched over Lake Suwa, a lake surrounded by mountains on all sides, making for an impressive display with sounds that reverberate against the topography, rocking you to the core.
    2. Delight in the dazzling fireworks until the end.
    Also enjoy the utmost comfort on board the bus! Blankets and slippers are provided.
    3. Viewing seats are reserved seats from where everyone is guaranteed their own spot where they can see and feel the impact of the large fireworks up close!
    4. The tour is guaranteed to run with a minimum of just 1 participant!
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    • Departs
      Tokyo
    • Visits
      Nagano
    • Duration
      approx. 2 days.

    JPY 11,800

    per person

    Details

  • 1-Day Kisoji, Nakasendo Trail Tour: Tsumago & Magome Post Towns (Via JR Train, Round Trip from Nagoya) Magome-juku (Photo for illustrative purposes only)
    1-Day Kisoji, Nakasendo Trail Tour: Tsumago & Magome Post Towns (Via JR Train, Round Trip from Nagoya)
        
    • Guide
    • Bus
    • Walking

    1. Depart from Nagoya together with an English-speaking National Government Licensed Guide Interpreter who will tell you all about the post towns of Tsumago and Magome on this 1-day tour! Listen to some historical anecdotes and learn about tasty local food.
    2. There's plenty of sightseeing to enjoy as the tour will spend at least 150 minutes at Magome and at least 100 minutes at Tsumago. The tour schedule is also convenient for those joining from Tokyo and Osaka. Public transportation and taxis are used for efficient transfers.
    3. The areas to be visited on this tour are post towns which still have some buildings from about 400 years ago. They are becoming popular among international travelers as they offer traditional scenescapes of Japan.
    4. Savor mouthwatering treats such as Kisoji soba noodles, gohei mochi (rice dumpling), kurikinton (sugared chestnut and sweet potato), oyaki dumplings, and more! This tour lets you walk around with a National Government Licensed Guide Interpreter while enjoying delicious local snacks.
    5. Leave the urban scene of Nagoya and take a trip 400 years to the past. Keep your cellphone in your bag to spend a few hours away from the modern world taking a journey into towns from the days of old.
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    • Departs
      Nagoya
    • Visits
      Nagano, Tsumago / Magome
    • Duration
      approx. 8 hours.

    JPY 18,000

    per person

    Details

  • 1-Day Snow Monkey Tour (With National Government Licensed English Guide Interpreter, Round Trip from Tokyo via Hokuriku Shinkansen) Snow Monkeys
    1-Day Snow Monkey Tour (With National Government Licensed English Guide Interpreter, Round Trip from Tokyo via Hokuriku Shinkansen)
        
    • Guide
    • Meals Included
    • Bus
    • Walking

    1. From Tokyo, a one-way trip to Nagano takes about 100-105 minutes aboard the Hokuriku Shinkansen (Asama or Hakutaka train). Transportation is convenient with a reserved seat on the Shinkansen. Enjoy the beautiful views seen from the Shinkansen windows.
    2. After arriving at Nagano Station, customers will be accompanied by a National Government Licensed English Guide Interpreter from the station platform. On this 1-day tour, visit the National Treasure Zenko-ji Temple as well as Jigokudani Monkey Park, which is famous as a place where Japanese macaques soak in hot springs during the cold season.
    3. Sought after by many visitors from all over the world, the Jigokudani Monkey Park is where the behavior of Japanese macaques can be seen up close. Enjoy seeing the monkeys' charming expressions while they spend time relaxing in hot springs, the only hot springs in the world exclusively used by wild monkeys.
    4. Visit the Zenko-ji Temple, a designated National Treasure built roughly 1,400 years ago. Along with the Todai-ji Temple's Great Buddha Hall, it is one of Japan's most remarkable wooden structures.
    5. For lunch, slurp some warm soba noodles, a Nagano specialty.
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    • Departs
      Tokyo
    • Visits
      Nagano
    • Duration
      approx. 13 hours.

    JPY 29,900

    per person

    Details

  • 2-Day Karuizawa Prince Hotel Accommodation Plan with 1-Day Ski Resort Lift Ticket (Round Trip from Tokyo) Karuizawa Prince Hotel Ski Resort
    2-Day Karuizawa Prince Hotel Accommodation Plan with 1-Day Ski Resort Lift Ticket (Round Trip from Tokyo)
        
    • Bus
    • Shinkansen Bullet Train

    1. Karuizawa Station is conveniently located about an 80-minute ride on the Shinkansen straight from Tokyo.
    2. Customers may use the free shuttle bus from Karuizawa Station to the ski resort.
    3. This plan includes a 1-day lift ticket, so enjoy skiing for the entire day!
    4. Stay at Karuizawa Prince Hotel, which is located right in front of Karuizawa Prince skiing area.
    5. An outlet mall is nearby, so enjoy not just skiing but also shopping!
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    • Departs
      Tokyo
    • Visits
      Nagano
    • Duration
      approx. 2 days.

    from JPY 25,000

    to JPY 38,900

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    per person

    Details

  • 1-Day Karuizawa Prince Hotel Ski Resort Plan (Round Trip from Tokyo) Karuizawa Prince Hotel Ski Resort
    1-Day Karuizawa Prince Hotel Ski Resort Plan (Round Trip from Tokyo)
        
    • Bus
    • Shinkansen Bullet Train

    1. Enjoy a discount of up to 18% off! Normally JPY 17,120 for round-trip Shinkansen tickets and a 1-day lift ticket (when purchasing Shinkansen tickets and lift tickets separately during ski season), take advantage of this bargain price of only JPY 13,900!
    2. Karuizawa Station is conveniently located about an 80-minute ride on the Shinkansen straight from Tokyo.
    3. Customers may use the free shuttle bus from Karuizawa Station to the ski resort.
    4. This plan includes a 1-day lift ticket, so enjoy skiing for the entire day!
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    • Departs
      Tokyo
    • Visits
      Nagano
    • Duration
      approx. 14 hours.

    JPY 13,900

    per person

    Details

  • 1-Day Snow Monkey Tour (With National Government Licensed English Guide Interpreter, Round Trip from Nagano) Snow Monkeys
    1-Day Snow Monkey Tour (With National Government Licensed English Guide Interpreter, Round Trip from Nagano)
        
    • Guide
    • Meals Included
    • Bus
    • Walking

    1. This 1-day tour accompanied by a National Government Licensed English Guide Interpreter from Nagano visits Zenko-ji Temple, a designated National Treasure; and Jigokudani Monkey Park, which is famous as a place where Japanese macaques soak in hot springs during the cold season.
    2. Sought after by many visitors from all over the world, the Jigokudani Monkey Park is where the behavior of Japanese macaques can be seen up close. Enjoy seeing the monkeys' charming expressions while they spend time relaxing in hot springs, the only hot springs in the world exclusively used by wild monkeys.
    3. Visit the Zenko-ji Temple, a designated National Treasure built roughly 1,400 years ago. Along with the Todai-ji Temple's Great Buddha Hall, it is one of Japan's most remarkable wooden structures.
    4. For lunch, slurp some warm soba noodles, a Nagano specialty.
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    • Departs
      Nagano
    • Visits
      Nagano
    • Duration
      approx. 6 hours.

    JPY 19,900

    per person

    Details

  • 1-Day Kisoji, Nakasendo Trail Tour: Tsumago & Magome Post Towns (Via JR Train, One Way from Shin-Osaka or Kyoto to Nagoya) Magome-juku (Photo for illustrative purposes only)
    1-Day Kisoji, Nakasendo Trail Tour: Tsumago & Magome Post Towns (Via JR Train, One Way from Shin-Osaka or Kyoto to Nagoya)
        
    • Guide
    • Bus
    • Walking
    • Shinkansen Bullet Train

    1. Participants on this plan will board the Shinkansen from Shin-Osaka Station or Kyoto Station on their own and depart for Nagoya. After arriving at Nagoya Station, walk through the streets of Tsumago and Magome, two historical post towns, in the company of a National Government Licensed English Guide Interpreter.
    2. There's plenty of sightseeing to enjoy as the tour will spend at least 150 minutes at Magome and at least 100 minutes at Tsumago.
    3. The areas to be visited on this tour are post towns which still have some buildings from about 400 years ago. They are becoming popular among international travelers as they offer traditional scenescapes of Japan.
    4. Savor mouthwatering treats such as Kisoji soba noodles, gohei mochi (rice dumpling), kurikinton (sugared chestnut and sweet potato), oyaki dumplings, and more! This tour lets you walk around with a National Government Licensed Guide Interpreter while enjoying delicious local snacks.
    5. As this tour ends at Nagoya, participants can enjoy Nagoya sightseeing on their own after the tour.
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    • Departs
      Kansai
    • Visits
      Nagano, Chubu (excluding Nagoya/Nagano/Takayama)
    • Duration
      approx. 9 hours.

    JPY 34,400

    per person

    Details

  • Peach Picking & Nakasendo Trail Magome Post Town Stroll Tour (From Nagoya) [July-Aug. Only] Peach Picking (Photo for illustrative purposes only)
    Peach Picking & Nakasendo Trail Magome Post Town Stroll Tour (From Nagoya) [July-Aug. Only]
        
    • Guide

    1. An English- and Chinese-speaking tour conductor will accompany participants for a worry-free tour. Enjoy the seasonally limited, popular fruit-picking experience and a stroll around the post town of Magome on the Nakasendo Trail, which has been garnering attention from international visitors. Those who prefer may leave the tour midway to enjoy a leisurely stroll.
    2. Customers on this tour can look forward to the experience of picking peaches with a distinct soft texture and sweet smell in the peach-growing prefecture of Nagano, right when Japan's peaches are in season in July and August.
    3. Peaches picked may be brought home. Plus, enjoy all-you-can-eat peaches grown in Japan! The experience of picking fruits on your own makes for an unforgettable trip.
    4. Magome, which has a water mill that has been featured on guidebooks, is a post town where some buildings from about 400 years ago still remain. Enjoy tasting local food such as soba noodles, gohei mochi (rice dumpling), oyaki dumplings, and more!
    5. The tour will be guided to see the traditional craft of Mizuhiki, which has existed in this region for over 1,000 years. Mizuhiki is a decorative cord made with paper. One of the traditional crafts Japan is proud to present to the world, mizuhiki is used in a variety of ways from fixing the top knot of a sumo wrestler to wrapping a wedding gift.
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    • Departs
      Nagoya
    • Visits
      Nagano, Tsumago / Magome
    • Duration
      approx. 9 hours.

    JPY 7,980

    per person

    Details

  • 1-Day Kisoji, Nakasendo Trail Tour: Tsumago & Magome Post Towns (With National Government Licensed English Guide Interpreter) (Round Trip from Tokyo) Cherry Blossoms at Terashita (Photo for illustrative purposes only)
    1-Day Kisoji, Nakasendo Trail Tour: Tsumago & Magome Post Towns (With National Government Licensed English Guide Interpreter) (Round Trip from Tokyo)
        
    • Guide
    • Bus
    • Walking
    • Shinkansen Bullet Train

    1. Participants on this plan will board the Shinkansen from Tokyo on their own and depart for Nagoya. After arriving at Nagoya Station, walk through the streets of Tsumago and Magome, two historical post towns, in the company of a National Government Licensed Guide Interpreter. Listen to some historical anecdotes and learn about tasty local food from the accompanying National Government Licensed Guide Interpreter.
    2. Savor mouthwatering treats such as Kisoji soba noodles, gohei mochi (rice dumpling), kurikinton (sugared chestnut and sweet potato), oyaki dumplings, and more! This tour lets you walk around with a National Government Licensed Guide Interpreter while enjoying delicious local snacks. (*Lunch is not included. Participants must purchase their own lunch at the location.)
    3. There's plenty of sightseeing to enjoy as the tour will spend at least 150 minutes at Magome and at least 100 minutes at Tsumago. The tour schedule is also convenient for those joining from Tokyo and Osaka. Public transportation and taxis are used for efficient transfers.
    4. The areas to be visited on this tour are post towns which still have some buildings from about 400 years ago. They are becoming popular among international travelers as they offer traditional scenescapes of Japan.
    5. Leave the urban scene of Nagoya and take a trip 400 years to the past. Keep your cellphone in your bag to spend a few hours away from the modern world taking a journey into towns from the days of old.
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    • Departs
      Tokyo
    • Visits
      Chubu (excluding Nagoya/Nagano/Takayama), Nagano
    • Duration
      approx. 13 hours.

    JPY 43,000

    per person

    Details

  • [One Way] 1-Day Kisoji, Nakasendo Trail Tour: Tsumago & Magome Post Towns (With National Government Licensed English Guide Interpreter) (From Tokyo to Nagoya) Cherry Blossoms at Terashita (Photo for illustrative purposes only)
    [One Way] 1-Day Kisoji, Nakasendo Trail Tour: Tsumago & Magome Post Towns (With National Government Licensed English Guide Interpreter) (From Tokyo to Nagoya)
        
    • Guide
    • Bus
    • Walking
    • Shinkansen Bullet Train

    1. Participants on this plan will board the Shinkansen from Tokyo on their own and depart for Nagoya. After arriving at Nagoya Station, walk through the streets of Tsumago and Magome, two historical post towns, in the company of a National Government Licensed Guide Interpreter. Listen to some historical anecdotes and learn about tasty local food from the accompanying National Government Licensed Guide Interpreter.
    2. Savor mouthwatering treats such as Kisoji soba noodles, gohei mochi (rice dumpling), kurikinton (sugared chestnut and sweet potato), oyaki dumplings, and more! This tour lets you walk around with a National Government Licensed Guide Interpreter while enjoying delicious local snacks. (*Lunch is not included. Participants must purchase their own lunch at the location.)
    3. As this tour departs from Tokyo and ends at Nagoya, participants can enjoy Nagoya sightseeing on their own after the tour.
    4. There's plenty of sightseeing to enjoy as the tour will spend at least 150 minutes at Magome and at least 100 minutes at Tsumago. Public transportation and taxis are used for efficient transfers.
    5. The areas to be visited on this tour are post towns which still have some buildings from about 400 years ago. They are becoming popular among international travelers as they offer traditional scenescapes of Japan.
    6. Leave the urban scene of Nagoya and take a trip 400 years to the past. Keep your cellphone in your bag to spend a few hours away from the modern world taking a journey into towns from the days of old.
    Read more

    • Departs
      Tokyo
    • Visits
      Nagano, Chubu (excluding Nagoya/Nagano/Takayama)
    • Duration
      approx. 10 hours.

    JPY 35,800

    per person

    Details

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