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Found 23 tours matching "festival"

  • Hitachi Seaside Park & Ashikaga Flower Park Flower Festival and All-you-can-eat Strawberry Picking Great wisteria (Blooming period: late April - early May, photo for illustrative purposes only, courtesy of Ashikaga Flower Park)
    Hitachi Seaside Park & Ashikaga Flower Park Flower Festival and All-you-can-eat Strawberry Picking
        
    • Guide

    1. This bus tour visits famous spots for viewing flowers in the outskirts of Tokyo that can be tricky to visit alone. Located just 2 hours away from Tokyo, Hitachi Seaside Park and Ashikaga Flower Park are 2 flower spots that are particularly famous in the Kanto region. They are both known as spots that every person in Japan wants to visit at least once, and their flowers are so beautiful they will take your breath away. Enjoy a carpet of flowers that only bloom in this season to your heart’s content.
    2. The world-class wisteria flowers at Ashikaga Flower Park form a magical living umbrella over visitors that spans 1,000 square meters. Their beauty is so great that they are called the most beautiful wisteria in the world. The park’s tunnels of white and yellow wisteria flowers are a must-see.
    3. The blue fields of nemophila blossoms that seem to blend right into the sky is another scenic Japanese location that everyone wants to visit. In addition to the 4.5 million nemophila blossoms, enjoy the view of radiant tulip fields.
    4. Tochigi Prefecture boasts the largest strawberry production volume in Japan. And it’s there that visitors can enjoy picking tochiotome strawberries, a famous variety of strawberries with a high sugar content.
    * See Remarks No. 5.
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    • Departs
      Tokyo
    • Visits
      Kanto
    • Duration
      approx. 1 days.

    JPY 9,900

    per person

    Details

  • Fuji Shibazakura & Tulip Flower Festival plus All-you-can-eat Strawberry Picking Fuji Shibazakura Festival
    Fuji Shibazakura & Tulip Flower Festival plus All-you-can-eat Strawberry Picking
        
    • Guide

    1. This tour will visit the Fuji Shibazakura (moss phlox) and Tulip festivals which showcase the flowers blooming in full glory with Mt. Fuji standing in the background. Admire a vast field of about 800 thousand shibazakura, and a tulip field selected based on the current blooming conditions. And, this tour also features a variety of fun with the popular all-you-can-eat strawberry picking, as well as a taste testing of Japanese sake made with local rice and wine made with grapes cultivated on private farms.
    2. See Shibazakura, tulips, and enjoy strawberry picking, 3 spring highlights, all in 1 day via bus.
    3. The all-you-can-eat strawberry picking includes condensed milk for dipping.
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    • Departs
      Tokyo
    • Visits
      Kanto, Mt. Fuji
    • Duration
      approx. 1 days.

    from JPY 8,980

    to JPY 9,980

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  • Neputa Village Visit & Goldfish Lantern Painting Experience Neputa Painting (Photo for illustrative purposes only)
    Neputa Village Visit & Goldfish Lantern Painting Experience
        

    1. At the Neputa Village, feel the lively atmosphere of the Hirosaki Neputa Festival, a designated Important Intangible Cultural Property of Japan. See the festival exhibit, and listen to festival songs and live shamisen performance.
    2. Enjoy painting a cute goldfish lantern! Let your creative juices flow and make a one-of-a-kind souvenir of your journey to take home.
    3. Taste 5 kinds of apple juice made from apples grown in Aomori!
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    • Duration
      approx. 1 days.

    JPY 1,700

    per person

    Details

  • [Apr. 14 & 15 Departures Only] Takayama Spring Festival & Shirakawago Bus Tour (Accompaniment by English-speaking Tour Conductor, Round-trip from Nagoya) Takayama Festival in spring (Photo for illustrative purposes only, Courtesy of Takayama City)
    [Apr. 14 & 15 Departures Only] Takayama Spring Festival & Shirakawago Bus Tour (Accompaniment by English-speaking Tour Conductor, Round-trip from Nagoya)
        
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    • Bus

    1. This plan is recommended for those coming from Nagoya that want to spend a day efficiently enjoying the Takayama Spring Festival - a Takayama seasonal classic - and Shirakawago.
    2. An English-speaking tour conductor accompanies this tour. Things are made easy with a charter bus, so you can enjoy shopping without having to worry about your baggage.
    3. Guaranteed tour operation on April 14! The Takayama Festival lets visitors enjoy an atmosphere completely different from the everyday Takayama, and is only held in April and October. The Takayama Festival is one of the 3 most beautiful festivals in all of Japan.
    4. With extravagant food stalls and festival events, as well as marionette puppets, visitors can truly feel Japan’s unique festival atmosphere.
    5. Participants can also enjoy strolling around the designated World Heritage site of Shirakawago, the village of thatched roof houses. The tour will also visit the observation deck where it’s possible to see that famous scene from photos and posters.
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    • Departs
      Nagoya
    • Visits
      Takayama, Shirakawago
    • Duration
      approx. 13 hours.

    JPY 11,000

    per person

    Details

  • [Apr. 1 Only] Cherry Blossom Viewing Experience at World Heritage Hiroshima Peace Memorial Atomic Bomb Dome & Kagura Dance at Kagura Monzen Toji Mura Kagura (Program - Ibukiyama) (Photo courtesy of Kagura Monzen Toji Mura)
    [Apr. 1 Only] Cherry Blossom Viewing Experience at World Heritage Hiroshima Peace Memorial Atomic Bomb Dome & Kagura Dance at Kagura Monzen Toji Mura
        
    • Bus
    • Walking

    1. Hiroshima Akitakata Kagura is a traditional performing art that's powerful and impressive to behold. Enjoy watching up close!
    What is Kagura Dance? Watch this video to find out more:
    "A Million Hearts,One Mind"~The Kagura of Akitakata~
    2. Kagura Monzen Toji Mura, the venue for the kagura performance, is a sightseeing spot with rows of buildings including inns featuring latticework, teahouses, and more.
    3. Experience a cherry blossom viewing party within the grounds of the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park, where beautiful cherry blossoms blooming in full glory can be admired.
    4. This tour is accompanied by a guide.
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    • Departs
      Hiroshima
    • Visits
      Hiroshima
    • Duration
      approx. 8 hours.

    JPY 24,800

    per person

    Details

  • 3-Day Winter Bus Tour of Eastern Hokkaido with Drift Ice Sightseeing on the Aurora Icebreaker (With English-speaking Interpreter Guide, Round-trip from Sapporo) Lake Akan Winter Fireworks (Photo for illustrative purposes only. Schedule: Feb. 3~Mar. 10)
    3-Day Winter Bus Tour of Eastern Hokkaido with Drift Ice Sightseeing on the Aurora Icebreaker (With English-speaking Interpreter Guide, Round-trip from Sapporo)
        
    • Meals Included
    • Bus

    1. This bus tour takes you to see the best of eastern Hokkaido in winter.
    2. Experience riding an icebreaker and see drift ice floating on the Okhotsk Sea in winter.
    3. This tour is accompanied by an English-speaking interpreter guide/tour conductor. (There may be both a tour conductor along with an English-speaking interpreter guide in some cases.)
    4. The tour is guaranteed to run with a minimum of 2 participants on all tour dates!
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    • Departs
      Sapporo
    • Visits
      Hokkaido
    • Duration
      approx. 3 days.

    from JPY 47,000

    to JPY 49,000

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  • [June 3 Only] Intangible Cultural Heritage Mibu no Hanadaue & Kagura Performance Viewing Kagura (1) (Photo courtesy of Kitahiroshima-cho)
    [June 3 Only] Intangible Cultural Heritage Mibu no Hanadaue & Kagura Performance Viewing
        
    • Bus

    1. Take this rare opportunity to see the Mibu no Hanadaue, a rice planting ritual designated as a UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage, right before your eyes!
    2. See a rice planting ritual carried out to pray to the rice deity for a good harvest. Plenty will catch your eye such as saotome, young female rice planters who plant rice seedlings in time with the music; cattle adorned with colorful, elaborate decorations; and more!
    3. Kagura is a traditional performing art in Hiroshima that's powerful and impressive to behold. Enjoy watching up close!
    4. This tour is accompanied by a guide.
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    • Departs
      Hiroshima
    • Visits
      Hiroshima
    • Duration
      approx. 10 hours.

    JPY 24,500

    per person

    Details

  • [June 27 Only] Hydrangea Viewing, Miyajima World Heritage Sea Route, Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park & Night Kagura Tour Sankeien Garden - Hydrangea (1) (Photo courtesy of Hiroshima Pref.)
    [June 27 Only] Hydrangea Viewing, Miyajima World Heritage Sea Route, Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park & Night Kagura Tour
        
    • Bus
    • Walking

    1. Sankeien Garden is a Japanese garden so called due to its three zones made to resemble Hiroshima's mountains, lands and seas. Enjoy looking at the garden's captivating flowers.
    2. Kagura is a traditional performing art in Hiroshima that's powerful and impressive to behold. Enjoy watching up close!
    3. This tour is accompanied by a guide.
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    • Departs
      Hiroshima
    • Visits
      Hiroshima
    • Duration
      approx. 11 hours.

    JPY 25,900

    per person

    Details

  • [July 29 Only] World Heritage Miyajima, Kangensai Festival & Kagura Dance at Kagura Monzen Toji Mura Kagura (Photo courtesy of Kagura Monzen Toji Mura)
    [July 29 Only] World Heritage Miyajima, Kangensai Festival & Kagura Dance at Kagura Monzen Toji Mura
        
    • Bus

    1. Kagura is a traditional performing art in Hiroshima that's powerful and impressive to behold. Enjoy watching up close!
    2. Kagura Monzen Toji Mura, the venue for the kagura performance, is a sightseeing spot with rows of buildings including inns featuring latticework, teahouses, and more.
    3. Kangensai is a festival held in Miyajima once a year. See an elaborate festival that looks like a Heian period (794-1185) picture scroll up close!
    4. This tour is accompanied by a guide.
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    • Departs
      Hiroshima
    • Visits
      Hiroshima
    • Duration
      approx. 11 hours.

    JPY 24,300

    per person

    Details

  • [Sept. 8 Only] Kagura Performance Viewing, Sandankyo Gorge & World Heritage Miyajima Mantoue Candle Light Festival Kagura (Photo for illustrative purposes only, courtesy of Kagura Monzen Toji Mura)
    [Sept. 8 Only] Kagura Performance Viewing, Sandankyo Gorge & World Heritage Miyajima Mantoue Candle Light Festival
        
    • Bus
    • Walking

    1. Kagura is a traditional performing art in Hiroshima that's powerful and impressive to behold. Watch a kagura performance in a nostalgic, ancient shrine, and experience mingling with a local kagura group!
    2. Explore the secluded Sandankyo, a vast gorge spreading out before your eyes like a stunning landscape painting.
    3. Mantoue is a mystical Buddhist festival offering candle light for the repose of souls as well as world peace.
    4. This tour is accompanied by a guide.
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    • Departs
      Hiroshima
    • Visits
      Hiroshima
    • Duration
      approx. 11 hours.

    JPY 31,800

    per person

    Details

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