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Found 9 tours matching "ninja"

  • Direct Bus to Iga Ninja Village with Ninja Cosplay & Shuriken Experience (Round Trip from Nagoya) Iga Ninja (Photo for illustrative purposes only)
    Direct Bus to Iga Ninja Village with Ninja Cosplay & Shuriken Experience (Round Trip from Nagoya)
        
    • Bus
    • Walking

    1. Enjoy a smooth ride from Nagoya Station straight to Iga, the home of the ninja in just 110 minutes! This popular set plan includes a round-trip expressway bus ticket, an admission ticket to the Ninja Museum, rental of a ninja costume, and a shuriken (throwing star) experience!
    2. Don the ninja costume and take a stroll through the ninja village while feeling like a real ninja!
    3. Visit the Iga-Ueno Ninja Village for up to about 8 hours! Select your preferred bus boarding time for both outbound and return trips.
    4. Ninja shows are held at the Ninja Museum. (Additional charges apply.) Be entranced by the ninjas' quick and nimble movements.
    5. Iga Ueno Castle is also within walking distance (additional charges apply). The main keep boasts towering stone walls which are the tallest of any castle in Japan.
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    • Departs
      Nagoya
    • Visits
      Mie
    • Duration
      approx. 9 hours.

    from JPY 5,400

    to JPY 5,800

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    per person

    Details

  • Miyamoto Musashi-Related Sites Walking Course via Route Bus (Round Trip from Kumamoto) Reigando Cave (Photo courtesy of Kumamoto Photo Library)
    Miyamoto Musashi-Related Sites Walking Course via Route Bus (Round Trip from Kumamoto)
        
    • Bus
    • Walking

    1. This course takes customers to places related to Miyamoto Musashi, a renowned Japanese swordsman, in the suburbs by route bus from central Kumamoto City. Miyamoto Musashi, the famous 16th-17th century Japanese samurai, was considered to be one of the greatest warriors of his time.
    2. There is plenty of time to spend at destinations, so enjoy leisurely sightseeing.
    3. Receive an original clear folder at the Shimada Museum of Art, where portraits of the famed swordsman Miyamoto Musashi are on display.
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    • Departs
      Kumamoto
    • Visits
      Kumamoto
    • Duration
      approx. 6 hours.

    JPY 2,200

    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

  • 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

  • 1-Day World Heritage Nikko & Ninja Tour (Toshogu Shrine & Nikko Edomura) ©Edo Wonderland
    1-Day World Heritage Nikko & Ninja Tour (Toshogu Shrine & Nikko Edomura)
        
    • Guide
    • Bus
    • Walking

    1. A National Government Licensed Guide Interpreter accompanies the tour on the bus until Nikko Toshogu Shrine. After sightseeing at Nikko Toshogu Shrine, head to Nikko Edomura.
    Travel back in time to the Edo Period (1603-1868)! Nikko Edomura lets you feel the palpable atmosphere of the Edo Period right on your skin with its five areas (Kaido, the road to Edo; Shukuba-machi, a town of inns; Shokagai, the market district; Bukeyashiki, a samurai residence district; and the Ninja Village). Feel like a samurai at the Samurai Swordsman Experience, make your way through the Karakuri Ninja Maze, practice some archery, and enjoy many other extraordinary activities.
    2. There are 7 theaters where viewers can enjoy watching ninja performances right before their eyes as well as an oiran show.
    The Oiran Courtesan Procession is especially a must-see. Watch as oiran, donned in beautiful, vividly colored kimono, walk the streets of Edo.
    3. Feel free to try your choice of Edo-style garments (for an additional charge), so you can feel like a real Edo Period townsperson.
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    • Departs
      Tokyo
    • Visits
      Nikko
    • Duration
      approx. 13 hours.

    from JPY 15,000

    to JPY 15,500

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    per person

    Details

  • Samurai City Aizu Sightseeing Taxi Plan: Tsuruga-jo Castle & Samurai Residence (1 Person, Round Trip From Aizu-Wakamatsu Station) Tsuruga-jo Castle
    Samurai City Aizu Sightseeing Taxi Plan: Tsuruga-jo Castle & Samurai Residence (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
    • Duration
      approx. 3 hours.

    from JPY 16,000

    to JPY 20,300

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    per person

    Details

  • Mt. Fuji 5th Station, Ninja Experience & Cycling at Oshino Hakkai Tour Cycling around Oshino Hakkai
    Mt. Fuji 5th Station, Ninja Experience & Cycling at Oshino Hakkai Tour
        
    • Guide
    • Bus

    1. On the morning of this tour, visit Mt. Fuji 5th Station by bus with a National Government Licensed English Guide Interpreter. In the afternoon, enjoy a ninja experience at the Oshino Shinobi no Sato ninja-themed village located in the mountains overlooking Mt. Fuji, as well as some cycling.
    2. At Oshino Shinobi no Sato, put on a ninja costume, try throwing some shuriken (ninja stars), experience the Karakuri Yashiki (ninja trick house), and watch a ninja show! Enjoy a day filled with ninjas and Mt. Fuji.
    3. Oshino Hakkai is about 10 minutes by bicycle from Shinobi no Sato. Enjoy the traditional, seasonally-changing landscapes of Japan while cycling.
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    • Departs
      Tokyo
    • Visits
      Mt. Fuji
    • Duration
      approx. 12 hours.

    from JPY 16,000

    to JPY 16,800

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    per person

    Details

  • Direct Bus to Iga Ninja Village (Round Trip from Nagoya) Iga Ninja (Photo for illustrative purposes only)
    Direct Bus to Iga Ninja Village (Round Trip from Nagoya)
        
    • Bus
    • Walking

    1. Enjoy a smooth ride from Nagoya Station straight to Iga, the home of the ninja in just 110 minutes! This popular set plan includes a round-trip expressway bus ticket and an admission ticket to a ninja museum.
    2. Visit the Iga-Ueno Ninja Village for up to about 8 hours! Select your preferred bus boarding time for both outbound and return trips.
    3. At the Ninja Museum, you can see a real house of ninja tricks! The shop, which sells original ninja goods, is also quite popular among visitors.
    4. Ninja transformation experience plans are also available through Sunrise Tours.
    5. Iga Ueno Castle is also within walking distance (additional charges apply). The main keep boasts towering stone walls which are the tallest of any castle in Japan, making it a sight worth seeing.
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    • Departs
      Nagoya
    • Visits
      Mie
    • Duration
      approx. 9 hours.

    from JPY 4,200

    to JPY 4,600

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    per person

    Details

  • Ninja Bus Water Spider (Hakone Lake Ashi Amphibious Bus, 14:50 Dep.) Ninja Bus
    Ninja Bus Water Spider (Hakone Lake Ashi Amphibious Bus, 14:50 Dep.)
        

    1. The Ninja Bus Water Spider has arrived at Hakone Lake Ashi!
    Lake Ashi's latest attraction is a bus that runs on land and water.
    The moment the bus dives into the water is the best!
    2. The ninja-like black exterior of the bus is decorated with images of ninjas doing the "water spider technique." On board, a Japanese-speaking tour conductor dressed up as a ninja will provide guidance while sightseeing around Lake Ashi.
    *Panel explanations are provided in English, Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese, and Korean.
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    • Departs
      Hakone
    • Visits
      Hakone
    • Duration
      approx. 1 hours.

    JPY 2,800

    per person

    Details

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