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Coal & Fossil Museum Admission Ticket
Coal & Fossil Museum Admission Ticket
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from: $6

The Iwaki Coal & Fossil Museum shows the history of Iwaki and how the city was heavy on coal mining during the Meiji period in Japan. The museum also houses many dinosaur skeletons from all over the world and even one from Iwaki.

Visit from 30 stores and Bar hopping with Nihonmatsu Original Cocktail
Visit from 30 stores and Bar hopping with Nihonmatsu Original Cocktail
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from: $64

An original cocktail using Nihonmatsu's famous sake. Comes with snacks made from sake lees. You can freely visit from 30 stores. Nihonmatsu is an area that is nurtured by the abundant nature of Mt. Adatara and has four unique sake breweries. There are about 30 bars in Nihonmatsu that you can walk around. It is a plan that you can enjoy Nihonmatsu original cocktails and snacks using sake lees at each store.

Samurai Kimono With hair and makeup Professional photography plan
Samurai Kimono With hair and makeup Professional photography plan
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from: $153

Knowing the history of Aizu, you will be a fan of Aizu's last shrine, "Yoho Matsudaira", who was connected with the future of Aizu while being tossed by the turbulence of the late Tokugawa period. The scarlet garment from Emperor Komei is so beautiful that I want to come at least once. Aizu Aoi crest is embroidered on the back with kinshi. Wear unique kimonos, beautiful kimonos, and leave your own original photos. The costume of Yae Niijima, a woman who fought with a gun in one hand, is also very beautiful and cool.

Ohuchijuku Edo Time-slip & Soba Making Tour
Ohuchijuku Edo Time-slip & Soba Making Tour
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from: $64

Let’s enjoy walking around Edo era style city called Ouchijuku with a friendly local guide. You can try some free samples of local foods and sake around souvenir shops. For lunch, we make soba noodle from the powder with an instructor and taste your own soba after. At last, we go to the museum to show how people in edo era lived. Although Soba is a very familiar food for Japanese people, not many people know how it is made. This is a great opportunity for you to master Soba making!

2-Day Private Tour in Fukushima
2-Day Private Tour in Fukushima
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from: $298

The coastal area, called 'Hama-dori' of Fukushima Prefecture, is quite a unique area in the world because a complex disaster, not only an earthquake and tsunami but also a nuclear accident hit there at the same time. What on earth happened there on March 11th, 2011? By viewing from the train along the coastal line with a local guide, you can learn about ongoing project towards the goal of decommissioning the reactor. First, you visit 'The East Japan Great Earthquake and Nuclear Disaster Memorial Museum' to know about the disaster broadly. Next you will see the 'TEPCO Decommissioning Museum' which tells you about the steps from the occurrence of the accident to decommissioning the reactor. Lastly, you visit 'Naraha Remote Technology Development Center' where you can simulate an experience of cutting-edge technology. With correct knowledge of the nuclear power plant and the strength of local people who involved in decommissioning, a bright image of the future will be brought to you.

Shared 3 Hours Lake Hibara Canoe Experience in Yama-gun Fukushima
Shared 3 Hours Lake Hibara Canoe Experience in Yama-gun Fukushima
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from: $22

Enjoy water trekking at Lake Hibara, which is awarded the largest and most beautiful "Bandai Matsushima" in Urabandai, while gazing at Mt. Bandai, where the eruption traces of about 100 years ago are majestic. Since it is guided, even completely inexperienced people can enjoy canoe touring immediately. The canoe used is a highly stable two-seater kayak, so you don't have to take difficult courses (rescue, etc.). It is unlikely to sink (no one in the past). For the course with lunch, enjoy the exciting outdoor cuisine Dodge Oven chicken and potatoes. It's a wild lunch that you just put salt and pepper in an iron pot.

Aizu Samurai Spirit Guided Tour
Aizu Samurai Spirit Guided Tour
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from: $328

Learn the history of the "last samurai" in Japan. Visit Tsurugajo Castle and learn about its rich history. Experience Kyudo, Japanese archery, at the Samurai school. See the tombs of the Byakkotai and hear their tragic story. Tour with an expert English speaking guide.

Shirakawa GO and Satoyama culture
Shirakawa GO and Satoyama culture
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from: $148

Japan still remains a place full of mysteries. A culture completely different from ours with an incomprehensible writing system and customs that for many people are exotic. All of that contribute to make it difficult to approach this world, but at the same time makes it fascinating and intriguing. This tour will help you understand the concept of “Satoyama (里山)“, Japanese mountain village, visiting Shirakawa GO, one of the places that has kept the spirit of ancient Japan. In addition you will be able to experience firsthand some of the typical Japanese costumes such as tea preparation and Japanese calligraphy, Shodo.

Ouchijuku All Must-Sees Full-Day Private Tour with Nationally-Licensed Guide
Ouchijuku All Must-Sees Full-Day Private Tour with Nationally-Licensed Guide
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from: $101

This value-packed trip with a nationally-licensed and experienced multilingual tour guide is a fantastic and efficient way to explore Ouchijuku! If there's a place where you can feel the charms of ancient Japan and experience the ancient Japanese way of life, it's Ouchijuku. This small village of picturesque thatched-roof houses hidden among forested mountains in Fukushima Prefecture is so perfectly preserved you'll feel like you traveled back in time to the period of samurai. Your guide will start your day with a morning pickup at your hotel. Let us know what special requests you have for the day and we will customize your itinerary in advance! Note*1: Please select your must-see spots from a list in the tour information to create your customized itinerary. Note*2: The Nationally-licensed Tour Guide-Interpreter certification is issued by the Japanese government requires a good knowledge and understanding of Japanese culture and history.

Samurai training program at Samurai School "Nisshinkan"
Samurai training program at Samurai School "Nisshinkan"
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from: $334

Train to become a samurai at the former young samurai school. Discover how and what samurai learned to become warriors. Try Kyudo, the Japanese archery. Experience Zen meditation, part of the samurai training. Paint your own wooden sword, an unique souvenir.

Kitakata Half-Day Private Tour with Nationally-Licensed Guide
Kitakata Half-Day Private Tour with Nationally-Licensed Guide
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from: $80

This value-packed trip with a nationally-licensed and experienced multilingual tour guide is a fantastic and efficient way to explore Kitakata! Blessed with an abundance of water and rice, Kitakata is known for its love of ramen and, also, for its most excellent sake. Walk around the town center and see the many remaining kura, or traditional Japanese storehouses, that have been converted into inns, shops, breweries, and specialty stores. Many of them are concentrated in the city center. Your guide will start your day with a morning pickup at your hotel. Let us know what special requests you have for the day and we will customize your itinerary in advance! Note*1: Please select your must-see spots from a list in the tour information to create your customized itinerary. Note*2: The Nationally-licensed Tour Guide-Interpreter certification is issued by the Japanese government requires a good knowledge and understanding of Japanese culture and history.

Fukushima Sake Brewery Tour and Staying at Inn Related to Poet Ujo Noguchi
Fukushima Sake Brewery Tour and Staying at Inn Related to Poet Ujo Noguchi
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from: $130

【OUTLINE】 This plan enables you to stay at a ryokan (hotel) associated with a Japanese poet who wrote lyrics of the famous children's songs and visit a Japanese sake brewery or a winery. In the hotel, you will watch the Jangara Nenbutsu Dance, an intangible cultural property, passed down in Iwaki area since ancient times. The female master of the hotel is happy to tell you how to take a hot spring properly. Have a nice time at karaoke or nightclub in the ryokan. As an option, a workshop for soba making is available. 【HIGHLIGHTS】 ・A visit to a sake brewery with a history of around 270 years since Edo period or a winery ・Jangara Nenbutsu Dance, an intangible cultural property, passed down in Iwaki area since ancient times ・An enjoyable time at Karaoke box or nightclub in the hotel ・A lecture by the female master on the proper manners of taking a hot spring ・A workshop for making soba noodles, a Japanese traditional food・lunch (optional)

Aizu Half-Day Private Trip with Nationally-Licensed Guide
Aizu Half-Day Private Trip with Nationally-Licensed Guide
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from: $80

This value-packed trip with a nationally-licensed and experienced multilingual tour guide is a fantastic and efficient way to explore Aizuwakamatsu! Aizuwakamatsu is a former feudal capital featuring a number of historical attractions that you can visit during a leisurely cycle around its quiet streets. In addition, stop by the number of old-fashioned shops selling local crafts after touring the traditional villages along the rickety train lines in the countryside of the surrounding foothills. Let us know what you would like to experience and we will customize a four-hour tour that's best for you! Note*1: Please select your must-see spots from a list in the tour information to create your customized itinerary. Note*2: The Nationally-licensed Tour Guide-Interpreter certification is issued by the Japanese government requires a good knowledge and understanding of Japanese culture and history.

Private Kitakata Cultural Tour
Private Kitakata Cultural Tour
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from: $418

Experience the unique culture and history of Kitakata as you visit temples and shrines in the city. During this half-day tour, travel with your private guide throughout the city and stop at a Shinto shrine, a Buddhist temple, and a wagashi sweet shop.

Natural energy tour of Tsuchiyu Onsen in Bandai-Asahi National Park
Natural energy tour of Tsuchiyu Onsen in Bandai-Asahi National Park
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from: $39

You can learn about renewable power at Tsuchiyu Onsen Hot Spring located within the national park. Enjoy a tour of a binary geothermal power plant utilizing hot spring heat, then have lunch and a bath at a traditional hot spring inn.

Private 2-day Nuclear Accident Recovery Tour from Fukushima
Private 2-day Nuclear Accident Recovery Tour from Fukushima
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from: $338

Damaged by the nuclear accident, the number of residents became zero for a while in Katsurao Village. This area used to be prosperous in agriculture and stockbreeding until the disaster occurred, but all failed due to the radioactive contamination. Now that a decade has passed since the disaster, 400 residents have returned and successfully resumed farming and stock raising. Keeping such stories in mind, you can make an experience of the real process in Katsurao Village from harvesting vegetables to checking radiation with a guide all through the course. Interacting with local people, you will have warm relationship with them, which is not available in a city. At the end of this tour, you will be an expert in knowing the recovery from the nuclear accident with correct knowledge of radiation and of the process of checking food safety.

Hotel Plan with a visit to Historical Sake Brewery(Saturday)
Hotel Plan with a visit to Historical Sake Brewery(Saturday)
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from: $211

【OUTLINE】 You can visit a sake brewery continuing for 270 years from Edo Era in Iwaki City, Fukushima Prefecture. Sake from Fukushima has set a new record of winning the first largest number of gold prizes for six years in a row at the Annual Japan Sake Awards where sake breweries from all over the country compete with each other. Enjoy tasty sake with history from Fukushima. 【HIGHLIGHTS】 ・Visit a sake brewery in Fukushima that won the first largest number of gold prizes at the Annual Japan Sake Awards ・Stay at the hotel by the sea and enjoy walking along the coast ・Relax yourself soaking in the hot spring while overlooking the ocean ・Enjoy luxurious seafood for dinner

Aizu Full-Day Private Trip with Nationally-Licensed Guide
Aizu Full-Day Private Trip with Nationally-Licensed Guide
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from: $101

This value-packed trip with a nationally-licensed and experienced multilingual tour guide is a fantastic and efficient way to explore Aizuwakamatsu! Aizuwakamatsu is a former feudal capital featuring a number of historical attractions that you can visit during a leisurely cycle around its quiet streets. In addition, stop by the number of old-fashioned shops selling local crafts after touring the traditional villages along the rickety train lines in the countryside of the surrounding foothills. Let us know what you would like to experience and we will customize a six-hour tour that's best for you! Note*1: Please select your must-see spots from a list in the tour information to create your customized itinerary. Note*2: The Nationally-licensed Tour Guide-Interpreter certification is issued by the Japanese government requires a good knowledge and understanding of Japanese culture and history.

Aizu Wakamatsu Historical Night Foodie Tour
Aizu Wakamatsu Historical Night Foodie Tour
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from: $80

In this tour, our local guide bring you to 3 great local restaurant / cafe in 3 hours in famous historical town in Fukushima called Aizu. At first, we go to the traditional restaurant constructed more than 100 years ago and have local dishes. At second bar restaurant, we try local foods and sake. At last, we have a cake and coffee as dessert. After the tour, you will definitely fall in love with Aizu Wakamatsu!

Tsuchiyu Onsen Menuma - SUP/Kayak Experience
Tsuchiyu Onsen Menuma - SUP/Kayak Experience
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from: $56

First, we will give you a brief lecture on SUP or Kayak (i.e. names of equipments used and how to handle them). Of course, a lecture will be given on how to ride SUP or Kayak. A local guide will take you on a trip around Menuma. There will be spots where fishes live, as well as surreal spots surrounded by trees. For those who are interested in hisotry, stories of Menuma will be told as well! Throughout the trip, photos will be taken by the guide. After the cruise is over, you will have free time to do whatever you like! Whether you rest, race against other participants, or engage in SUP sumo is totally up to you. Immerse yourself in the SUP experience as much as you like.

Hotel Plan with a visit to Historical Sake Brewery (Weekday)
Hotel Plan with a visit to Historical Sake Brewery (Weekday)
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from: $176

【OUTLINE】 You can visit a sake brewery continuing for 270 years from Edo Era in Iwaki City, Fukushima Prefecture. Sake from Fukushima has set a new record of winning the first largest number of gold prizes for six years in a row at the Annual Japan Sake Awards where sake breweries from all over the country compete with each other. Enjoy tasty sake with history from Fukushima. 【HIGHLIGHTS】 ・Visit a sake brewery in Fukushima that won the first largest number of gold prizes at the Annual Japan Sake Awards ・Stay at the hotel by the sea and enjoy walking along the coast ・Relax yourself soaking in the hot spring while overlooking the ocean ・Enjoy luxurious seafood for dinner

Samurai Cosplay 街 Guided city walk plan With studio photography
Samurai Cosplay 街 Guided city walk plan With studio photography
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from: $376

・ Photos taken by professional photographers ・ Leave hair makeup and dressing ・ Travel around historical spots using the city tour bus ・ Admission tickets for Tsuruga Castle and samurai residences are also very advantageous as a set. ・ Become a history interpreter with a history interpreter guide so you can become an Aizu history expert "SAMURAI CITY" is full of history and tradition, where old streets remain. You can visit Tsuruga Castle, a symbol of Aizu. You can also visit popular samurai residences. You can walk around the retro buildings and shops that feel history. Kura is scattered all over the town, making it the best location for walking around town with Samurai Cosplay. You can explore the castle with Samurai cosplay. Would you like to keep your own samurai photo in memory?

About Fukushima Prefecture


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