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Namba (Osaka City Air Terminal "OCAT") 1F

Only 2 hours from Osaka by bus, Biwako Valley is located in the number one place for snow fall in Kansai, rich in variety and snow quality. In addition to the sledging trail there is a half-pipe, a snow park well equipped with snow play items as well as a slalom trail and mogul trail so not only advanced skiers but everyone from children to senior citizens will have a great time. You can also take in a magnificent view of Lake Biwa from the mountain slopes, which supplies water to both Kyoto and Osaka prefecture.

Biwako Valley is the most well-known snow-sports resort in Shiga and for good reason. It boasts eight courses varying in length from a short 400m nursery slope to the fun ‘cruising’ 1400m Champions Course. There is one black run here with an average gradient of 17 degrees and reaching 30 degrees at its steepest point. In short, there is enough here for a skier or snowboarder of any level to enjoy.

Keio Plaza Hotel Shinjuku, Main Building 3F

Get to grips with modern and historical Tokyo with this full day tour that takes you on land, water and high into the sky.

HIGHLIGHTS:

* See Tokyo from high above at the observation deck of Tokyo Tower
* Enjoy a relaxing traditional tea ceremony and lunch
* Cruise along the Sumida River

The tour sets off from the Hamamatsucho Bus Terminal from where we make our way to the unmistakable Tokyo Tower, which stands proud at 333m overlooking the city. Ride 250m up to its observation deck where spectacular views over metropolitan Tokyo will unfold before your eyes. After a brush with modern Tokyo, it’s then time to take in a traditional custom with a traditional tea ceremony experience before having a Japanese-style lunch.

Next stop is the Imperial Palace Plaza to admire Nijubashi Bridge and the surrounding scenery of the National Garden which forms part of the palace grounds open to the public. We continue our afternoon with a leisurely 40 minute cruise along the Sumida River for a different view of modern day Tokyo.

Of the 33 temples in Eastern Japan dedicated to the Goddess Kannon, Asakusa Kannon is the only one in the capital. Visit this historic area which includes Nakamise-dori, the street leading to the temple, and head straight back into modern Tokyo with a drive through the dazzling luxury shopping area of Ginza. The tour then ends at Tokyo Station, from where you can enjoy an evening in this sparkling capital city.

Visit Tokyo's most famous Shinto shrine. A shrine dedicated to the deified spirits of Emperor Meiji and his consort, Empress Shoken. Located just beside the JR Yamanote Line's busy Harajuku Station, Meiji Shrine and the adjacent Yoyogi Park make up a large forested area within the densely built-up city. The spacious shrine grounds offer walking paths that are great for a relaxing stroll. Serene and austere, the peaceful atmosphere is an amazing contrast from the youthful hot beds of Shibuya and Harajuku that surround it.

The shrine was completed and dedicated to the Emperor Meiji and the Empress Shoken in 1920, eight years after the passing of the emperor and six years after the passing of the empress. The shrine was destroyed during the Second World War but was rebuilt shortly thereafter.

Emperor Meiji was the first emperor of modern Japan. He was born in 1852 and ascended to the throne in 1867 at the peak of the Meiji Restoration when Japan's feudal era came to an end and the emperor was restored to power. During the Meiji Period, Japan modernized and westernized herself to join the world's major powers by the time Emperor Meiji passed away in 1912.

Shinjuku Keio Plaza Hotel, Main Tower 3F

11:50 am meet at Shinjuku Keio Plaza Hotel, Main Tower 3F Check-in Counter

1pm - Ghibli Museum

This museum is located inside lush Inokashira Park and features a plethora of exhibits including animation production processes, a reading room, as well as a Ghibli original short animated feature viewable only at the museum.

An interpreter guide will accompany the tour from Keio Plaza Hotel until the entrance of Ghibli Museum. The guide will not enter the museum. The tour ends after participants have arrived and completed entrance procedures for Ghibli Museum. Please head to your next destination on your own after enjoying the museum, which closes at 6:00 pm.

17 Nishi Kujoin-machi, Minami-ku, Kyoto 601-8412

Explore an area of Kyoto bursting with seasonal colours and visit the Ginkaku-ji Temple before experiencing an authentic tea ceremony.

HIGHLIGHTS:

* Discover the gardens and temple of Ginkaku-ji
* Admire Kyoto’s seasonal beauty as you walk along the Philosopher’s Path
* Experience an authentic tea ceremony
* Stroll around the Gion district

From our meeting point we make our way to the World Heritage Ginkaku-ji Temple, originally founded by Yoshimasa Ashikaga as a mountain cottage. Also known as the Silver Pavilion, it is a Zen temple located along Kyoto’s eastern mountains with gardens that are bound to leave an impression. It boasts a unique dry sand garden and moss garden amongst others with vivid colours that come alive depending on the season.

Next we walk along the Philosopher’s Path, a one mile stone footpath along the canal lined with cherry and maple trees that make it a delight to walk along during spring and autumn.

We take a break to learn and observe a traditional tea ceremony before we take a stroll around the Gion district – Kyoto’s most traditional entertainment district. Developed as a major hanamachi, if you’re lucky, you may spot maiko girls and geiko women in an area that retains the refinement and elegant atmosphere of times gone by.

2-7-104, Minato-ku, Tokyo

Enjoy buffet dinner and Oiran show on the water, and beautiful neon of Tokyo! You will ride on the uniquely designed cruiser and the boat will cruise Tokyo bay where you will see beautiful neon of the city from the water. During dinner, there will be an entertaining Oiran show where you can enjoy Japanese traditional culture. and all-you-can-drink & Buffet.

Oiran Show.
The performer group is comprised of performers of the Shiki (Four Seasons) company and produced by the best performers and creators that guests can view up-close. In addition to song and dance, the casts greet guests as they board the ship, and work to make the occasion memorable by joining in toasts and taking photos with guests.

The performance is a blend of several traditional Japanese styles of dance, including Kabuki-style and courtesan-style, which can be enjoyed year-round. The performances are audience-participatory and can be enjoyed for sightseeing groups, social parties, wedding parties, school trips, and by young and old, men and women, as well as by people of all nationalities.

desde 55,12 €

Descubre dos sitios Patrimonio de la Humanidad de Japón con este tour de un día entero por Miyajima y Hiroshima.

Destacamos
- Admira uno de los sitios más fotografiados de Japón
- Absorbe la belleza del santuario de Itsukushima
- Busca ciervos salvajes en Miyajima
- Recorre la inquietante Cúpula de la Bomba Atómica de Hiroshima

Sal de Osaka y dirígete a Miyajima, una pequeña isla cuyo nombre significa isla del santuario. Según el número de personas en el autobús, cogeremos un taxi jumbo – taxi con capacidad para hasta nueve personas - o el tren para llegar a este destino mágico, sin duda una de las mejores opciones entre los turistas que vienen a Japón.

Una vez en Miyajima, déjate cautivar por el santuario bermellón que flota majestuosamente sobre el agua de color azul profundo que actúa como puerta de entrada al santuario de Itsukushima. El santuario data del siglo VI y se hizo famoso por su ornamentada estructura de estilo shinden-zukuri. La frondosidad de los paisajes que lo rodean te dará la oportunidad de admirar ciervos salvajes que vagan libremente por la naturaleza virgen y abundante de Miyajima.

Vuelve a Miyajimaguchi en ferri y abre tu camino hacia la siguiente parada: Museo y Memorial de la Paz de Hiroshima. La ciudad, cuyo nombre recuerda el fatídico evento del 6 de agosto de 1945, abrió un parque que sirve de recordatorio para las generaciones futuras. La Cúpula de la Bomba Atómica es el símbolo del desastre y se ha conservado igual que estaba con el fin de promover la paz y la eliminación de las armas atómicas.

Al acabar el recorrido, volveremos a Osaka.

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El medio de transporte (microbús, taxi, tren o tranvía) entre Hiroshima y Miyajima puede variar según el número de participantes en el tour.



Descubre dos sitios Patrimonio de la Humanidad de Japón con este tour de un día entero por Miyajima y Hiroshima.



Destacamos
- Busca ciervos salvajes en Miyajima
- Absorbe la belleza del santuario de Itsukushima
- Admira uno de los sitios más fotografiados de Japón
- Recorre la inquietante Cúpula de la Bomba Atómica de Hiroshima

Sal de Kioto y dirígete a Miyajima, una pequeña isla cuyo nombre significa isla del santuario. Según el número de personas en el autobús, cogeremos un taxi jumbo – taxi con capacidad para hasta nueve personas - o el tren para llegar a este destino mágico, sin duda una de las mejores opciones entre los turistas que vienen a Japón.

Una vez en Miyajima, déjate cautivar por el santuario bermellón que flota majestuosamente sobre el agua de color azul profundo que actúa como puerta de entrada al santuario de Itsukushima. El santuario data del siglo VI y se hizo famoso por su ornamentada estructura de estilo shinden-zukuri. La frondosidad de los paisajes que lo rodean te dará la oportunidad de admirar ciervos salvajes que vagan libremente por la naturaleza virgen y abundante de Miyajima.

Vuelve a Miyajimaguchi en ferri y abre tu camino hacia la siguiente parada: Museo y Memorial de la Paz de Hiroshima. La ciudad, cuyo nombre recuerda el fatídico evento del 6 de agosto de 1945, abrió un parque que sirve de recordatorio para las generaciones futuras. La Cúpula de la Bomba Atómica es el símbolo del desastre y se ha conservado igual que estaba con el fin de promover la paz y la eliminación de las armas atómicas.

Al acabar el recorrido, volveremos a Osaka.



JR Ryogoku station West Exit

This is the only program where you can walk with sumo wrestler in the historical town of Asakusa and/or the sumo town of Ryogoku.

You can certainly ask any question to sumo wrestler, so this is a perfect chance to know behind-the-scene stories of sumo and wrestler's everyday life.

Points of interest/ itinerary
"* Explore the local streets on a walking tour of the city
* Very rare chance to meet and speak with sumo wrestlers
* Walk Tokyo's popular districts with friendly sumo wrestlers
* Visit recommended places by the sumo wrestlers
* The tour includes historical and popular sightseeing sites
* Take pictures with the sumo wrestlers

Tokyo Tourist Information Center Shinjuku

With neon lights shining brightly day and night, Kabukicho is the city within a city that never sleeps.

HIGHLIGHTS:

* Stroll through Tokyo’s largest entertainment district with the help of a guide
* Discover small hole-in-the-wall eateries
* Enjoy a delicious Kabukicho delicacy along the way
* End the tour in Omoida Yokocho, a small neighborhood reminiscent of Japan's Showa Era

Join your guide for a tour through Japan’s largest entertainment district with many restaurants, cinemas and nightlife venues lining its streets. You’ll be led by your guide to off the beaten path locations as well as to the neighbourhood’s bold and bright places.

Starting at Shinjuku Station, we head to the shopping area to experience as a local the district in full swing. See the charming exterior of the Shinjuku Suehirotei Theatre, one of few remaining yose (vaudeville) theatres left in the city, on our way to the Hanazono Shrine founded in the mid-17th century. Wander through the Golden Gai, the area’s buzzing bar district with many ‘hole-in-the-wall’ spots, as well as the entertainment venues and game arcades of Kabukicho, heading to Omoide Yokocho. This area comprises a small network of alleys filled with charming eateries and restaurants where along the way you can enjoy a delicious local Kabukicho delicacy. And if that’s not enough, at the end of the tour, your guide can assist you with ordering any additional food or menus for you to enjoy.