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Hokkaido

From and To Sapporo

Shiretoko
Shiretoko
The easternmost tip of Hokkaido, Shiretoko Peninsula juts out into the Sea of Okhotsk is an area which still has plenty of untouched nature. Shiretoko is most famous for the drift ice that forms on the Amur travels southwards and approaches the Shiretoko Peninsula slowly in late January. Shiretoko was designated and registered as a UNESCO World Heritage Site (Natural Site) in 2005. From taking onsen( hot springs), hiking in the summer to shoeing and drift ice walk in the winter, Shiretoko offers fun adventures depending on the season.
Sapporo
Shiretoko
JPY 4,750~
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Tokyo & Around Tokyo

From and To Nikko / Utsunomiya, Tochigi

Nikko
Nikko
Nikko is known for its natural beauty such as Nikko National Park, Kegon waterfall, Lake Chuzenji, and the UNESCO World Heritage site, Nikko Toshogu Shrine. Observe the intricate craftsmanship and enriching details at Nikko Toshogu Shine. You can also enjoy Kinugawa Onsen in combination with the historical tourist spots in Nikko.
Nikko / Kinugawa Onsen, Tochigi
Tokyo
JPY 2,500~
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Yokohama / Haneda Airport
Nikko / Kinugawa Onsen
JPY 3,350~
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Enjoy Nikko to the full in 1-day Tour
JPY 7,600~
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The Japan Alps Central Honshu

From and To Toyama

Gokayama(Suganuma & Ainokura)
Gokayama(Suganuma & Ainokura)
Gokayama is located deep in the valleys and mountains of Toyama Prefecture, not far from the sea of Japan. It consists of two villages, Ainokura and Suganuma, where traditional thatched roof houses and culture of the villages in this region have been carefully well-preserved even today. Some of the thatched roof houses are open as inns and museum where visitors can stay and observe the traditional customs and history. As you wander around the village, you will feel like you slip back in time to old Japan.
Takaoka / Toyama / Kanazawa, Ishikawa / Takayama, Gifu
Shirakawa-go / Takayama, Gifu
JPY 1,730~
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Toyama Airport
Takayama
JPY 1,200~
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From and To Yamanashi

Mount Fuji& Kawaguchiko
Kawaguchiko Kawaguchiko Kawaguchiko
Mount Fuji& Kawaguchiko
Kawaguchiko
Mount Fuji is the highest volcano and highest peak on the border of two prefectures, Yamanashi and Shizuoka. It is a stratovolcano about 60 miles south-west of Tokyo, registered as a World Heritage Site in 2013. You can enjoy the visual delights of Mount Fuji with a nice natural surrounding around Fuji Five Lake (Fujigoko) region which surface reflects the perfect symmetrical shape of the mountain.
Kawaguchiko
Mishima, Shizuoka
JPY 1,900~
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Kawaguchiko
Shizuoka
JPY 2,140~
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Tokyo
Fuji Five Lakes / Kawaguchiko / Fuji-Q Highland
JPY 2,000~
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Fuji Five Lakes / Kawaguchiko / Fuji-Q Highland
Matsumoto, Nagano
JPY 2,150~
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Omiya / Kawagoe / Ikebukuro
Mt.Fuji / Kawaguchiko
JPY 2,000~
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Mt.Fuji / Kawaguchiko / Fuji-Q Highland
Narita Airport
JPY 4,000~
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Gotemba Premium Outlets
Kawaguchiko / Fuji-Q Highland
JPY 1,630~
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Kaihinmakuhari, Chiba
Mt.Fuji / Kawaguchiko / Fuji-Q Highland
JPY 2,500~
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Akihabara
Kawaguchiko / Fuji-Q Highland
JPY 2,000~
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Kyoto / Osaka
Kawaguchiko
JPY 4,400~
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From and To Gifu

Shirakawago
Rice fields and thatched roof houses Rice fields and thatched roof houses Rice fields and thatched roof houses
Shirakawago
Rice fields and thatched roof houses
Shirakawa-go is situated at the foot of Mt. Hakusan in the north western part of Gifu Prefecture. The thatched roof village in Shirakawa-go was registered as a UNESCO World Heritage Sites in 1995 together with Gokayama ( Ainokura and Suganuma). Its charm lies in surrounding untouched natural landscapes with picturesque rivers, mountains and rice fields.
Shirakawa-go and Ainokura Bus Tour [English-speaking guide]
JPY 5,900~
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Shirakawa-go and Gokayama(Suganuma) Sightseeing Bus Tour
JPY 5,900~
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Takaoka / Toyama / Kanazawa, Ishikawa / Takayama, Gifu
Shirakawa-go / Takayama, Gifu
JPY 1,730~
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From and To Izu Peninsula / Hamamatsu / Shizuoka / Gotemba Premium Outlets

Fujisan Hongu Sengen Taisha
Fujisan Hongu Sengen Taisha
Located in the city of Fujinomiya, Fujisan Hongu Sengen Taisha is the most important Shinto shrine in the region which worships the God of Mt. Fuji for protection from volcanic eruptions. It serves as the head shrine among 1300 subsidiary shrines throughout the country. A detached rear shrine (okumiya) is erected at the summit of Mt. Fuji which encompasses the entire summit including the crater and all of the land above the 8th Station. The shrine holds large ceremonies in early July and September to open and close the climbing season of Mt. Fuji.
Fujinomiya, Shizuoka
Tokyo
JPY 1,740~
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Kawaguchiko
Shizuoka
JPY 2,140~
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Kyoto / Osaka
Kawaguchiko
JPY 4,400~
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Shizuoka
Fujinomiya, Shizuoka
JPY 2,030~
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Kyoto Osaka Kansai

From and To Kyoto

From and To Hyogo / Kobe

Himeji Castle
Himeji Castle
Himeji Castle, a UNESCO world heritage site, is regarded as the most impressive and best-preserved castle in Japan. While many castles have been destroyed or reconstructed due to wars and fire, Himeji Castle remains fully intact for almost 700 years. It is also known as “White Heron Castle”for its white exterior and appearance of a bird taking flight. The castle is also the best place to admire the natural beauty of four seasons. In spring, the landscape is serene and radiant with cherry blossoms; lush green leaves mark summer. In autumn, it is characterized by the changing colors of leaves. The castle is mantled in snow when winter comes.
Himeji / Kobe
Shibuya / Shinjuku
JPY 7,800~
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From and To Nara

Nara
Nara
Nara,located less than an hour away from Osaka and Kyoto, became the capital of Japan in 710 known as Heijo-kyo, and flourished as the administrative, political and cultural center until 784. Heijo-kyo was Japan’s first cosmopolitan city that modeled after the Palace of Tang Dynasty China. In 1998, eight historic monuments of the Nara period were designated as a UNESCO World Heritage sites, making Nara one of the best city to get a taste of the ancient Japan with temples, shrines and palace.
Nara
Kansai International Airport
JPY 2,100~
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Shinjuku
Nara / Gojo
JPY 7,800~
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From and To Wakayama

Kumamo& Koyasan
Kumamo& Koyasan
The Kumano area is located in the southern area of the Wakayama and Mie prefectures in the southeastern part of the Kii Peninsula. Kumano kodo is one of only two pilgrimage routes lead to holy Kumano Sanzan, three grand shrines in Kumano area, registered as a World Heritage Site in 2004. Koyasan is a sacred Shingon Buddhist temple complex on the beautiful forested Kii Peninsula, more than 800 meters above sea level, founded by the high priest Kukai, posthumously known as Kobo Daishi. Koyasan boasts abundant nature, hundreds of temples and temple gardens.
Kyoto
Koyasan
JPY 2,200~
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Okunoin Temple
Okunoin Temple
Okunoin Temple located at Mount Koya in Wakayama prefecture is the largest graveyard in Japan. Crossing the Ichinohashi bridge will take you to the entrance into the forest that surrounds the cemetery. There are over 200,000 tombstones including mausoleum of Kobo Daishi, who was the founder of Shingon Buddhism and famous feudal lords such as Oda Nobunaga, Takeda Shingen, and Date Masamune. Over the past twelve centuries, the complex has grown to over 100 temples, and Mt. Koya has been designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2004. Nestled in cedar forest, the OKunoin temple retains tranquil atmosphere and you can immerse yourself in the clear mountain air.
Kyoto
Koyasan
JPY 2,200~
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Hiroshima Western Honshu

From and To Hiroshima

Itsukushima
Itsukushima
Itsukushima Shrine is a Shinto shrine on the island of Itsukushima known for its vermilion floating torii gate. Back in the 12th century, a powerful ruler of Japan named “Taira no Kiyomori” constructed Itsukushima Shrine, and its complex has designated as a UNESCO world heritage site in 1996.
Hiroshima
Tokyo
JPY 13,250~
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Two World Cultural Heritage Sites Sightseeing Tour - Maple Trip
JPY 5,000~
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Hiroshima Peace Memorial Atomic Bomb Dome
Hiroshima Peace Memorial Atomic Bomb Dome
The Hiroshima Peace Memorial Atomic Bomb Dome is one of the few buildings left standing in the area where the first atomic bomb exploded in 1945. It was designate as a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1996, which collects and exhibits belongings left by the victims, photos, as well as materials that show the horror of that event, describing the history of Hiroshima before and after the bombings.
Hiroshima
Tokyo
JPY 13,250~
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Two World Cultural Heritage Sites Sightseeing Tour - Maple Trip
JPY 5,000~
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Kyushu

From and To Nagasaki

Oura Cathedral & Glover Garden
Oura Cathedral & Glover Garden
Oura Cathedral is the oldest church of Gothic architecture in Japan. It was built in 1864 by a French missionary in Nagasaki, in memory of the 26 martyrs who were executed in 1597 in a result of suppression of Christianity. The church was designated as a world heritage site in 2018 as one of the Hidden Christian Sites. Next to the church is the Glover Garden, exhibiting 9 Western-style architectures including the Glover Residence, another world heritage site. The garden offers a superb and an extensive view of Nagasaki Harbour from its hill-top location.
Kyoto / Osaka / Kobe
Nagasaki
JPY 6,900~
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