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Iya Valley All Must-Sees Private Chauffeur Full-day Tour with a Driver
Iya Valley All Must-Sees Private Chauffeur Full-day Tour with a Driver
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For a more efficient way to explore Iya Valley, take a private taxi on a one-day tour! Your tour driver will customize your six-hour tour according to your interests. To start your day, meet your driver at your hotel, or anywhere at your convenience. Potential stops on a six-hour tour include the Manikin Peeing Boy Statue, with stunning views of the steep surrounding mountains and turquoise Iya River; Iya Kazurabashi vine bridge, Ochiai Village, a small hamlet in the heart of Iya Valley with farm houses from the mid-Edo era; and Oku-Iya Kazurabashi double vine bridges. Your private driver will fully support your six-hours tour. Note*1: Tour details has a possibility of change due to seasonal influence, Mt. Tsurugi and Okuiyanijukazurabashi is closed during the winter season, December to March. Please feel free to ask us if you have any special request, we will do our best to meet your request. Note*2: Please let us know if baby or kids will be seated in your group.

Iya Valley Brompton Bicycle Tour
Iya Valley Brompton Bicycle Tour
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from: $97

This tour lets you experience the beauty of the hidden Iya Valley at first hand through the magic of the Brompton bicycle. After meeting in Awa-Ikeda, take the train to Oboke Station. While waiting for the bus at Oboke Station, check out the interesting shops. Then take a bus to the Iya Valley vine bridge. Near the vine bridge, you can see the beautiful Biwa Waterfall and go down to the Iya River. From there, ride on the old road along the valley beside the emerald green Iya River. The beauty and grandeur of the ever-changing valley makes you forget your everyday life. Points of interest include the Hi no Ji Bend, and the Peeing Boy standing on a 200 m-high precipice. The Iya Valley road runs gently downhill for most of the way, so no special physical prowess is required. The rest area has a fine view, perfect for Instagram. Enjoy the charm of the Iya Valley which can’t be experienced fully by car.

Shikoku Henro Pilgrimage Bicycle Pottering Tour
Shikoku Henro Pilgrimage Bicycle Pottering Tour
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from: $97

A course to experience the Shikoku pilgrimage by pottering. This tour is recommended for those who are interested in pilgrimage, but it seems a bit difficult to walk to the 88 locations. Gather at Tokushima Station and ride the JR train to Iketani Station. From the station, head to the first temple of Shikoku Sacred Ground, Reizanji, and run through the countryside where the lotus root fields and other fields of Naruto spread. After passing through the shopping street at Bando Station, the pilgrimage road begins with the mountain gate of Lingshan Temple in front. If you arrange your notebook and costumes at the first bill, the atmosphere of the pilgrimage will be improved. From Reisan-ji Temple, the relatively gentle course of 2nd bill place, Gokurakuji ⇒ 3rd bill place, Kinsenji ⇒ (※ 4th bill place, Dainichi temple) ⇒ 5th bill place, Jizo-ji ⇒ (※ 6th bill place, Anrakuji) While walking slowly, walk along the pilgrimage road with few car streets. You can find the trails of the Edo era that cannot be found by driving, along with navigator commentary. In addition to the pilgrimage road, it is possible to combine it with attractive places such as the historic Oshima Hiko Shrine and the ninth village where you can communicate with Germany. We propose a fashionable and new style pilgrimage pottering tailored to your needs! (* Course arrangements are possible according to the participants)

Shikoku 3-Day Cultural Private Tour with Pick Up
Shikoku 3-Day Cultural Private Tour with Pick Up
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from: $3,502

Each day of this tour touches on some aspect of sustainability as well as the preservation of local cultures and traditions that have lived on throughout the ages providing visitors with a deeply satisfying sense of enjoyment day by day. From the untouched peaks of lofty mountainside temples, communities committed to achieve a zero waste policy, traditional arts and crafts working in harmony with nature, all the way to breweries who take stewardship seriously in the creation of their product, there is a lot more about sustainability on Shikoku than one might think at first glance. And it is only something that can only get better over time.

Anabuki River Brompton Bicycle Pottering Tour
Anabuki River Brompton Bicycle Pottering Tour
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from: $64

This tour follows the path of Japan’s purest river, the Anabuki. In the summertime, many people head to the lower reaches of the river to camp, but this cycling course on the upper reaches avoids the crowds. This is a tour for adults to enjoy the quiet and beautiful Anabuki River at a relaxed pace. It’s a very easy ride — the bus takes you up the river, and you only have to pedal downhill. Along the way, you can take a break at a shrine with a mysterious atmosphere, cross a submersible bridge, go down to the riverbank and play in the water, and let the guide show you various places according to your mood. When you return to the town of Anabuki, you can stop by a stylish café that offers tea and cake made from local ingredients. It’s also possible to arrange a half day tour by reducing the distance.

Iya Valley All Must-Sees Private Chauffeur Half-day Tour with a Driver
Iya Valley All Must-Sees Private Chauffeur Half-day Tour with a Driver
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from: $121

For a more efficient way to explore Iya Valley, take a private taxi on a one-day tour! Your tour driver will customize your four-hour tour according to your interests. To start your day, meet your driver at your hotel, or anywhere at your convenience. Potential stops on a six-hour tour include the Manikin Peeing Boy Statue, with stunning views of the steep surrounding mountains, turquoise Iya River and Iya Kazurabashi vine bridge. Your private driver will fully support your six-hours tour. Note*1: Tour details has a possibility of change due to seasonal influence, Mt. Tsurugi and Okuiyanijukazurabashi is closed during the winter season, December to March. Please feel free to ask us if you have any special request, we will do our best to meet your request. Note*2: Four hours is NOT enough to visit both of Iya-valley area and Oku-Iya Kazurabashi double vine bridges. Please choose which you prioritize.

Tokushima & Mt. Bizan Brompton Bicycle Tour
Tokushima & Mt. Bizan Brompton Bicycle Tour
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from: $72

A course that runs through the castle town, centering on Mt. Take the ropeway from the Awa Odori Kaikan at the foot of Mt. Meishan, which has become a novel and a movie. From there, take a break downhill and take a break at Western Park on the middle of Mt. If you go down from the middle to the foot, you might want to try eating around, such as Mt. It is also interesting to compare the courses you ran to the old scenery at the museum of Tokushima Castle after running through the back alleys that leave the remnants of the castle town, Aiba beach where the performance hall is set up at the time of Teramachi and Awa Odori It will be.

Kagawa Udon Brompton Bicycle Tour
Kagawa Udon Brompton Bicycle Tour
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A pottering tour that extends from Tokushima, gets into Udon prefecture, and goes to Sanuki udon shops! Tsubojiri Station, located on the border between Tokushima and Kagawa, is a popular spot for people who know it as a secluded station. The time to stop at the station at the meeting is so that some people visit. When you enter Kagawa Prefecture, run through the idyllic countryside, run the Mannoike bicycle course, and when you are hungry, go to the first Sanuki udon shop. After preparing your stomach, go to Kotohira, where you can stretch your legs and visit Kinpura. On the way, stop by the second Sanuki udon shop and try to compare them! If you run from Kotohira to the next Zentsuji Temple, you can also visit Zentsuji Temple, No. 75, Shikoku 88th Site, related to Kobo Daishi.

Tokushima Half-Day Private Trip with Nationally-Licensed Guide
Tokushima Half-Day Private Trip with Nationally-Licensed Guide
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from: $81

This value-packed trip with a nationally-licensed and experienced multilingual tour guide is a fantastic and efficient way to explore Tokushima! The city's temples make a great starting point visiting all 88 on the island as part of the Shikoku Pilgrimage. Within the city you can enjoy fantastic views from the ropeway on Mt. Bizan in the soutwest, or the museums which are part of Bunkanomori Park. The main event in the city may be in August, as the Awa Odori Festival attracts thousands of visitors across the country. Book accommodations well in advance! 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.

Tokushima Full-Day Private Trip with Nationally-Licensed Guide
Tokushima 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 Tokushima! The city's temples make a great starting point visiting all 88 on the island as part of the Shikoku Pilgrimage. Within the city you can enjoy fantastic views from the ropeway on Mt. Bizan in the soutwest, or the museums which are part of Bunkanomori Park. The main event in the city may be in August, as the Awa Odori Festival attracts thousands of visitors across the country. Book accommodations well in advance! 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.

Minami Private Half-Day Walking Tour
Minami Private Half-Day Walking Tour
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from: $93

Minami is a small port town in the southern part of Tokushima Pref. Minami is home to pilgrimage temples and is known as its gateway town. Also, fishing has been the main industry since ages ago and contributed to creating a unique landscape. First, you will visit the Yakuoji temple where you can walk through a slope with a spectacular view. In the streets of Hisawa, you also walk through alleys that look like a maze where you can feel the nostalgic atmosphere of old Japanese life. You will also visit a museum where you can see ocean turtles and a restaurant where you can eat food made from local ingredients. Let's take a trip to Minami, a small port town full of nature!

Wakimachi Brompton Bicycle Tour
Wakimachi Brompton Bicycle Tour
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from: $64

This tour takes you along the Yoshino River to the historic town of Wakimachi. The starting point is ADLIV, an old printing factory remodeled as a shared work and community space. It follows the road on the embankment where cars are prohibited, and you can experience the history and culture that developed around the Yoshino River. Mainakajima on the other side of the river from Wakimachi Udatsu Street was often flooded in the past, but at the same time it produced large amounts of indigo which contributed to the wealth of the area. Crossing a submersible bridge over the Yoshino River, you enter a street of prosperous merchant houses ornamented with udatsu. Here there are satellite offices and fashionable cafes that still retain the atmosphere of old days. You have a break from cycling at Wataru Coffee (drink included in the price). Emerging from the udatsu street, you encounter the Showa period Odeon Theatre. After the tour, you may want to slake your thirst at the café in ADLIV.

Rural Awa Brompton Bicycle Tour
Rural Awa Brompton Bicycle Tour
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from: $64

A leisurely course in the countryside of Awa City. The road in the field that spreads out on the flatland is rarely accessible by cars, and even beginners can drive bicycles with peace of mind. If you look closely at the farm roads in the fields, you can enjoy the plants that color the fields depending on the season, such as old roads, small shrines, castle ruins, and giant bush trees. It is a holding area for the Awa Open Garden, which began in 2013, and is not a tourist spot, but you can also look at a personalized garden. Italian gelato Tokushima Dolce is a stylish place where you can taste sweets with seasonal ingredients.

Handa Buddhist Temple and Somen Noodle Brompton Bicycle Tour
Handa Buddhist Temple and Somen Noodle Brompton Bicycle Tour
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from: $68

At Handa's Jinguji Temple (reservation required), you can take it home as a souvenir, keeping the Buddha depicted in the Buddha experience. It is a good opportunity to get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life and cleanse your heart. After experiencing Jinguji, take a walk in the Handa Basin and head to the Handa Somen Factory (reservation required) while looking at the countryside, the Taisho period wooden architecture and the former Kitamuro Clinic. The thickness and strength of Handabe Somen Noodles, which has a history since the Edo period, has nothing to the right. Depending on the time of the factory, you can experience somen noodles. For souvenirs, I recommend the very thick solder somen.

Ikeda Reservoir Brompton Bicycle Tour
Ikeda Reservoir Brompton Bicycle Tour
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from: $68

On this tour, you cycle around the Ikeda Reservoir formed in the middle of the Yoshino River. The town of Ikeda, known as “the navel of Shikoku” has always prospered as a center of trade. After cycling through the retro shopping street, you come to a row of old merchant houses with ornamental ‘udatsu’ firewalls. A slight rise brings you to the Yoshino River, which has the largest flow of Japan’s rivers. The deep reservoir and the man-made structures create a beautiful contrast. This tour takes you through a historic town, along the magnificent Yoshino River, with a thrilling wire suspension bridge and a pretty submersible bridge. The route takes you along the Median Tectonic Line, one of the world’s biggest faults. If the surface of the water is calm, the reservoir becomes a huge mirror.

Mima Temple-Town Brompton Bicycle Tour
Mima Temple-Town Brompton Bicycle Tour
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from: $64

You can enjoy the peaceful countryside surrounding the beautiful Yoshino River. You can also visit the historical temples. Like Kyoto, there is no crowd and it is calm.

World Agricultural Heritage Brompton Bicycle Tour
World Agricultural Heritage Brompton Bicycle Tour
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from: $68

Explore the streets where old-fashioned life remains. An elegant time to buy sweets at a local Japanese confectionery store and eat them in an old mansion in the Edo period. If you run along Japan's best clear stream, Sadamitsu River, you can see steep slopes of the World Agricultural Heritage and beautiful waterfalls.

Full-Day Private Walking Tour of Tokushima Prefecture
Full-Day Private Walking Tour of Tokushima Prefecture
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from: $81

The Yoshino River is the largest river in Shikoku, running east to west through Tokushima Prefecture. Since ancient times, it has served as a transportation network for people and goods, and has formed a traditional culture centred on indigo dyeing and Japanese paper making. Its stream has a reputation of being the clearest in Japan because of the wonderful scenery that changes with each watershed. On this tour, you will visit two cities along the Yoshino River, and enjoy the highlights of the Yoshino River in a single day. At the Awa Washi Traditional Industry Hall, you can learn about the intricacies of washi paper making, a method with over 1300 years of history. The "Udatsu Old Street" in Wakamachi is lined with more than 80 traditional buildings, which will surely make you feel as if you have slipped back in time to old Japan. In addition, you will also visit other places where we can enjoy the charm of the Yoshino River, such as a gorgeous house that thrived on indigo dyeing.

Kamiyama Brompton Bicycle Tour
Kamiyama Brompton Bicycle Tour
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from: $72

A course that runs in Kamiyama, a well-known advanced area of satellite offices. A new way of working in rural areas that is attracting attention in the city. Centered on the Goku River that runs through the town, you can still live in a mountainous area rich in nature, and run through the lively streets of migrants. Farmers who stop by on the way are also married couples who have moved, and can be treated at the eaves as if they were relatives. In addition, tours to meet attractive people, such as LICHT LICHT, a shoe store that offers outstanding custom-made shoes with excellent compatibility with Brompton! Although the course is in a mountainous area, there are not so many difficult slopes, so even those who are not used to cycling can run without problems. Michi no Eki / Onsen no Sato Kamiyama is a good base for a break.

Private Tokushima Cultural and Naruto Walking Tour
Private Tokushima Cultural and Naruto Walking Tour
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from: $89

Tokushima City and Naruto City are located adjacent to each other in the northeastern part of Tokushima Prefecture, separated by the Yoshino River, the largest river in Shikoku. Both have developed as economic centres in the prefecture and have fostered distinctive traditions such as the Awa Odori dance, Awa Ningyo Joruri (puppet theater), and Otani-yaki pottery. This tour will take you to some of Tokushima's most famous historical and cultural spots in a single day. At the Awa Odori Hall, you will be able to watch the Awa Odori dance, one of Japan's most popular traditional performing arts, as well as taking part in it yourself. Experience the atmosphere of a real festival with professional dancers! At the oldest sake brewery in Tokushima Prefecture, you will taste some of the world's most acclaimed sake, and consult with staff who will help find the perfect brand for you.

Umino Naruto Pottering Tour @ Naruto Seaside BROMPTON Bicycle Tour
Umino Naruto Pottering Tour @ Naruto Seaside BROMPTON Bicycle Tour
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from: $97

Depart from JR Ikeya Station, get off at Fuyo Station, and follow the Fudou Highway to enter Naruto city. Alongside the local gourmet shop, you'll want to stop by and follow the road along the Fuyougawa River, and go from Okazaki to Ogeshima by ferry! The course that runs from the shoreline overlooking the Great Naruto Bridge to the Naruto Uchino Sea, where oysters are cultivated, is refreshing. After lunch, stop at UZU PARK or STUDIO N2 in Naruto city area, which was returned by ferry, and return to Ikedani Station on the Fuyo Highway with a break. In the middle of the course, stop at places where you can experience the atmosphere of a traditional highway, such as Fukuju soy sauce, which is a tradition from the Edo period, and Matsuura Sake Brewery.

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