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Found 8 tours that visit Tohoku

  • 8-Hour Charter Taxi Plan: Autumn Leaf Viewing & Sightseeing at Kakunodate, Lake Tazawa & Nyuto Onsen (2-Person Plan / Round Trip from Morioka) Kuroyu Onsen at Nyuto Onsenkyo (Photo for illustrative purposes only, courtesy of Akita Prefecture Tourism Union)
    8-Hour Charter Taxi Plan: Autumn Leaf Viewing & Sightseeing at Kakunodate, Lake Tazawa & Nyuto Onsen (2-Person Plan / Round Trip from Morioka)
        
    • Walking

    1. Enjoy seeing the black-wooden-fenced samurai residences and beautiful autumn leaves of Kakunodate, and be entranced by the majestic blue of Japan's deepest lake, Lake Tazawa, in a stunning contrast with vividly colored leaves.
    2. Also stop by Dakigaeri Valley, a beautiful location only reachable by taxi or automobile, flanked by virgin forests on both sides, and featuring waterfalls and brilliant blue streams. This spot is renowned for viewing the tint of autumn foliage.
    3. This plan visits Nyuto Onsen, a charming hot spring village with secluded hot springs nestled in the mountains, so participants can enjoy soaking in open-air hot spring baths and savor a delicious meal. (Bathing and meal charges are not included in the tour booking charge.)
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    • Departs
      Iwate
    • Visits
      Tohoku, Tohoku (excluding Sendai)
    • Duration
      approx. 7 hours.

    JPY 12,000

    per person

    Details

  • 1-Day Tsuruga-jo Castle to Ouchi-juku Tour by Bus & Train (Round Trip from Aizu-Wakamatsu Station) Tsuruga-jo Castle
    1-Day Tsuruga-jo Castle to Ouchi-juku Tour by Bus & Train (Round Trip from Aizu-Wakamatsu Station)
        
    • Bus

    1. Take a bus and train to visit Tsuruga-jo Castle, the only castle in Japan with a red-roofed castle tower; a  picturesque valley scenery; and Ouchi-juku, known for its beautiful streets lined with thatched roof houses that still retain their post town appearance from the Edo period (1603-1868).
    2. For lunch, participants will be served a special menu prepared with Aizu ingredients and served using serving dishes that boast of 500 years of tradition.
    3. This plan features plenty of spots that will also make for great pictures, including a castle, a station with a station master cat, streets of old folk houses, and more.
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    • Departs
      Tohoku
    • Visits
      Tohoku
    • Duration
      approx. 6 hours.

    JPY 5,500

    per person

    Details

  • Towada Hachimantai National Park Sightseeing Taxi Plan (From Morioka to Aomori) Fresh foliage of Hakkoda (Photo for illustrative purposes only)
    Towada Hachimantai National Park Sightseeing Taxi Plan (From Morioka to Aomori)
        
    • Walking

    1. Enjoy a thorough trip through the immensely vast Towada Hachimantai National Park - which spans across Iwate Prefecture to Aomori Prefecture - on this private hired car plan.
    2. Enjoy efficient sightseeing while traveling by taxi along the recommended course for enjoying fresh foliage or beautiful colored leaves in autumn.
    3. The itinerary has a complete handle on sights while also being relaxed, so you can enjoy a leisurely stroll through nature.
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    • Departs
      Iwate
    • Visits
      Tohoku, Iwate, Aomori
    • Duration
      approx. 8 hours.

    JPY 32,300

    per person

    Details

  • 8-Hour Charter Taxi Plan: Autumn Leaf Viewing & Sightseeing at Kakunodate, Lake Tazawa & Nyuto Onsen (3-Person Plan / Round Trip from Morioka) Kuroyu Onsen at Nyuto Onsenkyo (Photo for illustrative purposes only, courtesy of Akita Prefecture Tourism Union)
    8-Hour Charter Taxi Plan: Autumn Leaf Viewing & Sightseeing at Kakunodate, Lake Tazawa & Nyuto Onsen (3-Person Plan / Round Trip from Morioka)
        
    • Walking

    1. Enjoy seeing the black-wooden-fenced samurai residences and beautiful autumn leaves of Kakunodate, and be entranced by the majestic blue of Japan's deepest lake, Lake Tazawa, in a stunning contrast with vividly colored leaves.
    2. Also stop by Dakigaeri Valley, a beautiful location only reachable by taxi or automobile, flanked by virgin forests on both sides, and featuring waterfalls and brilliant blue streams. This spot is renowned for viewing the tint of autumn foliage.
    3. This plan visits Nyuto Onsen, a charming hot spring village with secluded hot springs nestled in the mountains, so participants can enjoy soaking in open-air hot spring baths and savor a delicious meal. (Bathing and meal charges are not included in the tour booking charge.)
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    • Departs
      Iwate
    • Visits
      Tohoku, Tohoku (excluding Sendai)
    • Duration
      approx. 7 hours.

    JPY 8,000

    per person

    Details

  • Samurai City Aizu, Tsuraga-jo Castle and Samurai Residence Sightseeing Taxi Plan (3 People, Round Trip From Aizu-Wakamatsu Station) Tsuruga-jo Castle
    Samurai City Aizu, Tsuraga-jo Castle and Samurai Residence Sightseeing Taxi Plan (3 People, Round Trip From Aizu-Wakamatsu Station)
        

    1. This plan allows visitors to efficiently enjoy two of Aizu’s most popular locations: Tsuruga-jo Castle, the symbol of Samurai City Aizu; and the Aizu Bukeyashiki (Samurai Residence), where visitors can experience the culture of the samurai.
    2. Aizu Bukeyashiki (Samurai Residence) is a museum where participants can learn about the history and culture of the samurai city, Aizu. Step in and go back in time to the era of the Aizu bushido (samurai code of conduct). Aside from the large residential complex where samurai used to live, the place is full of noteworthy structures such as an encampment designated by the prefecture as an important cultural property, a tea house, and more.
    3. Tsuruga-jo Castle is famous for being the only castle in Japan with a red-roofed castle tower. Within the castle tower is a museum where visitors can learn about the history of Aizu, and at the top lies the observation deck where a full view of the castle town can be seen. The red roof of the castle tower, whose beauty can even be seen from afar, is known as the symbol of Aizu.
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    • Departs
      Fukushima
    • Visits
      Fukushima, Tohoku, Tohoku (excluding Sendai)
    • Duration
      approx. 3 hours.

    JPY 6,400

    per person

    Details

  • Samurai City Aizu, Tsuraga-jo Castle and Samurai Residence Sightseeing Taxi Plan (2 People, Round Trip From Aizu-Wakamatsu Station) Tsuruga-jo Castle
    Samurai City Aizu, Tsuraga-jo Castle and Samurai Residence Sightseeing Taxi Plan (2 People, Round Trip From Aizu-Wakamatsu Station)
        

    1. This plan allows visitors to efficiently enjoy two of Aizu’s most popular locations: Tsuruga-jo Castle, the symbol of Samurai City Aizu; and the Aizu Bukeyashiki (Samurai Residence), where visitors can experience the culture of the samurai.
    2. Aizu Bukeyashiki (Samurai Residence) is a museum where participants can learn about the history and culture of the samurai city, Aizu. Step in and go back in time to the era of the Aizu bushido (samurai code of conduct). Aside from the large residential complex where samurai used to live, the place is full of noteworthy structures such as an encampment designated by the prefecture as an important cultural property, a tea house, and more.
    3. Tsuruga-jo Castle is famous for being the only castle in Japan with a red-roofed castle tower. Within the castle tower is a museum where visitors can learn about the history of Aizu, and at the top lies the observation deck where a full view of the castle town can be seen. The red roof of the castle tower, whose beauty can even be seen from afar, is known as the symbol of Aizu.
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    • Departs
      Fukushima
    • Visits
      Fukushima, Tohoku, Tohoku (excluding Sendai)
    • Duration
      approx. 3 hours.

    JPY 8,800

    per person

    Details

  • Samurai City Aizu, Tsuraga-jo Castle and Samurai Residence Sightseeing Taxi Plan (1 Person, Round Trip From Aizu-Wakamatsu Station) Tsuruga-jo Castle
    Samurai City Aizu, Tsuraga-jo Castle and Samurai Residence Sightseeing Taxi Plan (1 Person, Round Trip From Aizu-Wakamatsu Station)
        

    1. This plan allows visitors to efficiently enjoy two of Aizu’s most popular locations: Tsuruga-jo Castle, the symbol of Samurai City Aizu; and the Aizu Bukeyashiki (Samurai Residence), where visitors can experience the culture of the samurai.
    2. Aizu Bukeyashiki (Samurai Residence) is a museum where participants can learn about the history and culture of the samurai city, Aizu. Step in and go back in time to the era of the Aizu bushido (samurai code of conduct). Aside from the large residential complex where samurai used to live, the place is full of noteworthy structures such as an encampment designated by the prefecture as an important cultural property, a tea house, and more.
    3. Tsuruga-jo Castle is famous for being the only castle in Japan with a red-roofed castle tower. Within the castle tower is a museum where visitors can learn about the history of Aizu, and at the top lies the observation deck where a full view of the castle town can be seen. The red roof of the castle tower, whose beauty can even be seen from afar, is known as the symbol of Aizu.
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    • Departs
      Fukushima
    • Visits
      Fukushima, Tohoku, Tohoku (excluding Sendai)
    • Duration
      approx. 3 hours.

    JPY 16,000

    per person

    Details

  • 1-Day Tsuruga-jo Castle & Ouchi-juku Post Town Winter Scenery Bus Tour (Round-trip from Aizu-Wakamatsu Station) Tsuruga-jo Castle
    1-Day Tsuruga-jo Castle & Ouchi-juku Post Town Winter Scenery Bus Tour (Round-trip from Aizu-Wakamatsu Station)
        
    • Meals Included
    • Bus

    1. Visit Tsuruga-jo Castle, the symbol of Samurai City Aizuwakamatsu, as well as the former post town of Ouchi-juku where streets are lined with charming thatched roof houses, a town seemingly unchanged since the Edo period (1603-1868).
    2. For lunch, enjoy the unique local food "negi-soba," which is eaten with a green onion used as a utensil in place of chopsticks as well as for flavor. Nibble on it like a side dish while eating the soba noodles!
    3. As this is a bus tour, there's no need to worry about transfers.
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    • Departs
      Tohoku
    • Visits
      Tohoku, Fukushima
    • Duration
      approx. 4 hours.

    JPY 5,000

    per person

    Details

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