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 an interpreter guide. Listen to some historical anecdotes and learn about tasty local food from the accompanying interpreter guide.
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 an interpreter guide while enjoying delicious local snacks. (Lunch is not included. Participants must purchase their own lunch at the location.)
3. As the tour departs from Tokyo and ends in Nagoya, you can enjoy sightseeing in Nagoya on your own afterwards.
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. The tour schedule is also convenient for those joining from Tokyo and Osaka. 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.