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Found 17 tours matching "samurai"

  • Sightseeing in a Kimono at Former Samurai District Kakunodate (Includes Kimono Dress-up & Aoyagi Samurai Manor Museum Admission) Aoyagi Samurai Manor Museum, Haikara Museum Shop and Tea Room (Photo for illustrative purposes only)
    Sightseeing in a Kimono at Former Samurai District Kakunodate (Includes Kimono Dress-up & Aoyagi Samurai Manor Museum Admission)
        
    • Walking

    1. Dress up in a kimono and walk freely around the beautiful, historic former samurai district of Kakunodate, known as the "Little Kyoto of Tohoku."
    2. This tour includes a kimono dress-up experience, admission to the Aoyagi Samurai Manor Museum where visitors can step into the world of samurai, and a serving of matcha green tea in a cafe.
    3. The manor stands on a vast area measuring almost 10,000 square meters. Visitors can enjoy not only sightseeing, but also trying on a replica of a samurai helmet!
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    • Duration
      approx. 1 days.

    JPY 5,400

    per person

    Details

  • SAMURAI & NINJA Safari TOKYO Entertainment Bus [Departs at 10:00] SAMURAI & NINJA Safari (Photo for illustrative purposes only)
    SAMURAI & NINJA Safari TOKYO Entertainment Bus [Departs at 10:00]
        
    • Guide
    • Bus

    Meet a Samurai and a Ninja in the center of Tokyo!
    Japan's first tour combining a moving bus theater and a street performance offers an Asakusa experience like never before.
    This tour has been receiving attention in Tokyo since its first run in 2014, and was featured by multiple overseas media. The 1-hour tour begins with a seemingly typical bus tour of the famous Asakusa area in Tokyo featuring entertaining commentary presented by the bilingual MC in English and Japanese.
    Everything is going according to schedule when suddenly, two costumed figures who look as if they've slipped through time into present day Asakusa, suddenly appear! A conflict between the Ninja and the Samurai seems imminent, and in no time, a full tilt chase between the Samurai and Ninja unfolds throughout the streets of Asakusa! Follow these two characters' comical performances on the bus and help the Samurai catch the Ninja! The tour ends with the ultimate showdown--a mind-blowing 4D battle! Participants can also look forward to taking a photo with the Samurai and Ninja that have just ended the intense acrobatic battle at the end of this action-packed show.
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    • Departs
      Tokyo
    • Visits
      Asakusa
    • Duration
      approx. 1 hours.

    JPY 4,500

    per person

    Details

  • Toei Kyoto Studio Park Admission Ticket Oiran (Photo for illustrative purposes only)
    Toei Kyoto Studio Park Admission Ticket
        

    1. Visit a theme park in Kyoto where Japanese movies are filmed! These films, known as 'jidaigeki', or period dramas, are unique to Japan and can be enjoyed by people from all over the world at this theme park. What's more, the normal adult admission price of JPY 2,200 is reduced to JPY 2,000 on this plan!
    2. Period dramas are not the only thing to look forward to—the park also features a 'Sasuke' ninja show with 3-D mapping and seasonal events!
    3. At the park restaurants, enjoy a Chanbara lunch, Samurai Udon, Ninja Parfait and other park original items!
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    • Duration
      approx. 1 days.

    JPY 2,000

    per person

    Details

  • Samurai Museum Discount Ticket Real armor from about 400 years ago on display (Photo for illustrative purposes only) Photo courtesy of Samurai Museum
    Samurai Museum Discount Ticket
        

    1. Special admission price Adult: JPY 1,700 instead of 1,800 Children: JPY 760 instead of 800
    2. A museum that offers a great experience. This museum not only displays real armor, helmets, swords, and battle gear from 400 years ago, but you can also interact with replicated armor, touching and examining the weight and materials to experience the Samurai era.
    3. English-speaking staff are available, as well as a guided tour of the museum. It will help you deepen your understanding of Japanese culture.
    4. Attractions such as armor wearing experience (JPY 500 per person) and sword performances are available inside the museum. Check the schedule to confirm when these are available.
    5. This facility was opened in Kabukicho in 2015, a popular area among international visitors. Feel free to visit in between shopping and meals.
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    • Duration
      approx. 1 days.

    JPY 1,700

    per person

    Details

  • Matsushima Bay Cruise & Green Tea Break Time at a Historical Tea House Matcha Green Tea and Japanese Sweets (Photo for illustrative purposes only)
    Matsushima Bay Cruise & Green Tea Break Time at a Historical Tea House
        

    1. Go on a cruise at Matsushima Bay, one of Japan's three most spectacular views, and enjoy some traditional Japanese sweets and matcha green tea at Kanrantei, a popular sightseeing spot.
    2. Take advantage of this special price, which is much more affordable than the regular price!
    - Adult fare (from age 13): JPY 2,000 on this plan (reduced from the regular price of JPY 2,300)
    - Child fare (up to age 12): JPY 1,200 on this plan (reduced from the regular price of JPY 1,400)
    3. Matsushima Bay was the first bay in Japan to be included in the World's Most Beautiful Bays Club. Enjoy admiring the ever-changing islands of Matsushima while cruising around the bay.
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    • Duration
      approx. 6 hours.

    JPY 2,000

    per person

    Details

  • Samurai City Aizu Specialty Dinner Plan Dining Venue Exterior (Photo for illustrative purposes only)
    Samurai City Aizu Specialty Dinner Plan
        
    • Meals Included

    1. Taste the specialty dishes of Aizu: wappa meshi, which features rice and other ingredients steamed in a magewappa (a container made of cedar or cypress wood), and negi-soba, which features soba noodles eaten with a green onion in place of chopsticks.
    2. The restaurant building is a charming historic structure built about 150~200 years ago, dismantled and reconstructed on this site.
    3. From the restaurant, the Tsuruga-jo Castle, historic buildings lining the Nanukamachi-dori Street, and other famous spots of the samurai city of Aizu are conveniently located within walking distance.
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    • Duration
      approx. 1 days.

    JPY 2,380

    per person

    Details

  • Turn into Royalty at Hirosaki Castle in Aomori! Hirosaki Castle Smart Glasses Sightseeing & Feudal Lord or Lady Costume Dress-up Experience Armor & Helmet Dress-up (Photo for illustrative purposes only)
    Turn into Royalty at Hirosaki Castle in Aomori! Hirosaki Castle Smart Glasses Sightseeing & Feudal Lord or Lady Costume Dress-up Experience
        

    1. Smart Glasses are wearable devices worn over the head like glasses.
    On this tour, an attendant will introduce customers to the beauty of Hirosaki Park as they use Smart Glasses to learn about Hirosaki Castle's history, and enjoy virtual 360-degree panoramic views including Hirosaki Park's cherry blossoms, which are known as some of Japan's best.
    Immerse yourself in the charm of Hirosaki Park in any season, whether with graceful cherry blossoms or gentle snow. May be used in English, Chinese, Korean, Thai and French.
    2. Experience dressing up as a feudal lord (armor and helmet) or lady (kimono and robe). Children may dress up as a feudal lord (haori coat and hakama pants) or lady (kimono). After the experience, customers will have their picture taken and given to them in a special frame.
    3. Customers on this plan may enter Hirosaki Castle's Honmaru/Kita no Kuruwa, areas that normally require admission (JPY 310), free of charge! (From Nov. 24 to Mar. 31, the Hirosaki Castle Tower is closed for the winter, and areas requiring admission may be entered for free.)
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    • Duration
      approx. 1 hours.

    JPY 3,100

    per person

    Details

  • SAMURAI & NINJA Safari TOKYO Entertainment Bus [Departs at 13:00] SAMURAI & NINJA Safari (Photo for illustrative purposes only)
    SAMURAI & NINJA Safari TOKYO Entertainment Bus [Departs at 13:00]
        
    • Guide
    • Bus

    Meet a Samurai and a Ninja in the center of Tokyo!
    Japan's first tour combining a moving bus theater and a street performance offers an Asakusa experience like never before.
    This tour has been receiving attention in Tokyo since its first run in 2014, and was featured by multiple overseas media. The 1-hour tour begins with a seemingly typical bus tour of the famous Asakusa area in Tokyo featuring entertaining commentary presented in a mixture of song and rap by the bilingual DJ (English & Japanese).
    Everything is going according to schedule when suddenly, two costumed figures who look as if they've slipped through time into present day Asakusa, suddenly appear! A conflict between the Ninja and the Samurai seems imminent, and in no time, a full tilt chase between the Samurai and Ninja unfolds throughout the streets of Asakusa! Follow these two characters' comical performances on the bus and help the Samurai catch the Ninja! The tour ends with the ultimate showdown--a mind-blowing 4D battle! Participants can also look forward to taking a photo with the Samurai and Ninja that have just ended the intense acrobatic battle at the end of this action-packed show.
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    • Departs
      Tokyo
    • Visits
      Asakusa
    • Duration
      approx. 1 hours.

    JPY 4,500

    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
    • Duration
      approx. 4 hours.

    JPY 5,000

    per person

    Details

  • Kanazawa Morning Tour (Round-trip from Kanazawa) Kenrokuen Garden in Autumn (Photo courtesy of Kanazawa City)
    Kanazawa Morning Tour (Round-trip from Kanazawa)
        
    • Guide
    • Bus

    1. This bus tour takes you to popular sightseeing spots in Kanazawa such as the Kenrokuen Garden, Nagamachi Samurai District, and Higashi Chaya-gai together with an interpreter-guide who knows all there is to know about Kanazawa. This half day tour is recommended for those who want to continue sightseeing on their own in the afternoon.
    2. The sightseeing route on this tour is perfect for those who will be visiting Kanazawa for the first time.
    3. Get to know the tradition and culture of Kanazawa, known as the Hyakumangoku castle town, as you explore for half a day.
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    • Departs
      Kanazawa
    • Visits
      Kanazawa
    • Duration
      approx. 5 hours.

    JPY 5,000

    per person

    Details

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