Nagoya / Aichi Full-day Private Custom Tour with National Licensed Guide

Nagoya / Aichi Full-day Private Custom Tour with National Licensed Guide, Nagoya, JAPAN Nagoya / Aichi Full-day Private Custom Tour with National Licensed Guide, Nagoya, JAPAN
Nagoya / Aichi Full-day Private Custom Tour with National Licensed Guide, Nagoya, JAPAN Nagoya / Aichi Full-day Private Custom Tour with National Licensed Guide, Nagoya, JAPAN
Nagoya / Aichi Full-day Private Custom Tour with National Licensed Guide, Nagoya, JAPAN Nagoya / Aichi Full-day Private Custom Tour with National Licensed Guide, Nagoya, JAPAN
Nagoya / Aichi Full-day Private Custom Tour with National Licensed Guide, Nagoya, JAPAN Nagoya / Aichi Full-day Private Custom Tour with National Licensed Guide, Nagoya, JAPAN
Nagoya / Aichi Full-day Private Custom Tour with National Licensed Guide, Nagoya, JAPAN Nagoya / Aichi Full-day Private Custom Tour with National Licensed Guide, Nagoya, JAPAN
Nagoya / Aichi Full-day Private Custom Tour with National Licensed Guide, Nagoya, JAPAN Nagoya / Aichi Full-day Private Custom Tour with National Licensed Guide, Nagoya, JAPAN
Nagoya / Aichi Full-day Private Custom Tour with National Licensed Guide, Nagoya, JAPAN Nagoya / Aichi Full-day Private Custom Tour with National Licensed Guide, Nagoya, JAPAN
Nagoya / Aichi Full-day Private Custom Tour with National Licensed Guide, Nagoya, JAPAN Nagoya / Aichi Full-day Private Custom Tour with National Licensed Guide, Nagoya, JAPAN
Nagoya / Aichi Full-day Private Custom Tour with National Licensed Guide, Nagoya, JAPAN Nagoya / Aichi Full-day Private Custom Tour with National Licensed Guide, Nagoya, JAPAN
Nagoya / Aichi Full-day Private Custom Tour with National Licensed Guide, Nagoya, JAPAN Nagoya / Aichi Full-day Private Custom Tour with National Licensed Guide, Nagoya, JAPAN

Nagoya / Aichi Full-day Private Custom Tour with National Licensed Guide

With a National Licensed and Experienced English speaking guide, this tour will allow you to explore Nagoya / Aichi more efficiently in one day. Enjoy a full-day walking tour in Fukuoka accompanied by an experienced guide who shares the modern and traditional sides of the dynamic Japanese ancient city.

Begin your day with a morning pickup from your hotel in Nagoya or anywhere else, then visit Nagoya's famous sites including Nagoya Castle, The Atsuta Shrine, The Museum Meiji-mura and Nagoya gourmet and anywhere else as you like. Go in depth with a private guide who customizes your 6 hour tour to your interests.

Please let us know what would you like to experience and what time would you like to join the tour and where you stay. We would customize the tour based on your requests!

Itinerary
This is a typical itinerary for this product

Stop At: Nagoya Castle, 1-1 Hommaru, Naka-ku, Nagoya 460-0031 Aichi Prefecture

Nagoya Castle is right in the heart of Nagoya, and is very famous for its golden shachihoko (a mythical creature with a tiger's head and carp's body) figures on the roof. Ieyasu Tokugawa, the first shogun who established the Edo shougunate, built it in 1521. The main part of the castle was rebuilt after the war, and now you can climb to the top to feel like being a shogun to govern the country.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Atsuta Jingu Shrine, 1-1-1 Jingu, Nagoya 456-8585 Aichi Prefecture

Atsuta Jingu Shrine is the second highest rank shrine of Japan, founded in the 8th century. It occupies a big area with huge woods in the metropolitan atomosphere of Nagoya, and there are always many people coming for all kinds of prayers. The woods are full of sacred and reverent feelings, and makes you feel something divine inside yourself, too.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Nagoya City Science Museum, 2-17-1 Sakae, Naka-ku, Nagoya 460-0008 Aichi Prefecture

Nagoya City Science Museum has the largest planetarium in the world, and you can enjoy being an astronaut cruising the real universe.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Korankei, Miyanoato Asukecho, Toyota, Aichi 444-2424, Japan

Back in the mountain area of Toyota city is Korankei valley, famous for cherry blossoms and especially for coloful tinted leaves in the fall. Its area is called Asuke, and the whole town conserves a very ancient atomosphere of Japan, which is good for strolling around.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Toyokawa Inari Shrine, Suganuma, Oyama-cho, Sunto-gun 410-1312 Shizuoka Prefecture

Toyokawa Inari temple is located in Toyokawa-shi, east of Aichi. The temple is as big as Atsuta Jingu Shrine and is also popular among people. In front of the temple is a street full of shops and restaurants that serve all different kinds of inarizushi.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Himakajima, Himakajima, Minamichita-cho, Chita-gun, Aichi Prefecture, Tokai, Chubu

There are three big islands in the Mikawawan Bay of Aichi, and Himakajima is the largest. Mikawawan Bay has been known for its abundunce of seafood, and you can enjoy all kinds of seafood throughout the year.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Sakushima, Nishio 444-0416 Aichi Prefecture

Sakushima is the secong largest island in Mikawawan Bay, and recently getting more and more popular because of its huge modern pop art displays all over the island. The island itself is very quiet and small, and the only transportation is walking and cycling. More than 20 modern art figures and constructions are on the coast or along the streets, or up on the hill to be touched, climbed and felt directly for everyone. To enjoy this slow artistic atmosphere many young people even as far as Tokyo come to visit Sakushima very often.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Maruya Hatcho Miso, Aichi Prefecture Yawata-cho Backpass 52, Okazaki 444-0923 Aichi Prefecture

Okazaki is the home of Ieyasu Tokugawa as well as for red miso. There is a miso museum in the center of Okazaki city, where you can see how red miso is made for more than some hundred years.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Tokoname City Pottery Footpath, Tokoname Aichi Prefecture

The Chubu International Airport is in Tokoname city, which is also very famous for ceramics all over Japan. There are many ceramic artists even from overseas who have their own studios and shops to sell their hand-made ceramics. There are many narrow streets with these small studios and shops alongside, and you can enjoy taking a walk window-shopping ceramics.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Inuyama Castle, 65-2 Inuyama Kitakoken, Inuyama 484-0082 Aichi Prefecture

Inuyama Castle is a national tresure of Japan, and for those who love samurai culture, this castle is a holy place to visit. It conserves the construction style of the era, and from the top of the castle you can enjoy the landscape of the Nagara-gawa river.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: The Museum Meijimura, 1 Uchiyama, Inuyama 484-0000 Aichi Prefecture

Just 24 kilometers north of Nagoya's city center, the Meiji-mura Village Museum in Inuyama is an open-air museum featuring many fine examples of Japanese architecture from the Meiji period of 1868 to 1912. All told, the site consists of more than 60 buildings of interest that were brought here and reassembled from across the country, including a prison, post office, bathhouse, churches, and homes, many of them influenced by design elements from western nations. Numerous buildings are open to the public and house furniture, temporary exhibits, and other items related to the respective buildings, and a historic tram and bus service (as well as a vintage steam train) makes this a fun diversion. Of special interest are elements of the old Imperial Hotel, a unique design created by famous American architect Frank Lloyd Wright. If you're traveling with kids, try to allocate some time in your itinerary to visit the nearby Little World Museum of Man; they'll love the opportunity to dress up in traditional costumes from around the world.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Nagoya City Art Museum, 2-17-25 Nakaku Sakae, Nagoya 460-0008 Aichi Prefecture

Perhaps the best known of Nagoya's world-class art facilities is the excellent Tokugawa Art Museum, home to many treasures that once belonged to the city's wealthy Tokugawa family, including numerous fine paintings, items of porcelain, weapons, and documents. Of particular note are the 43 parts of the famous Genji-monogatari-emaki, a picture scroll made by Fujiwara Takayoshi, and the Saigyo-monogatari-emaki, an ancient scroll depicting scenes from the life of the priest Saigyo from 1118-90. Also worth seeing is the Nagoya City Art Museum (Nagoya-shi Bijutsukan), opened in 1987 and home to a permanent collection that includes the work of Surrealist artists from around the globe, including Sean Scully, Kansuke Yamamoto, and Alexander Calder, as well as temporary exhibits. Finally, the Nagoya Museum of Fine Arts (Nagoya Bosuton Bijutsukan), sister museum to Boston's Museum of Fine Arts and notable for bringing items from the latter's collection of Impressionist and other artworks to Japan, is also worth a visit.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Toyota Automobile Museum, 41-100 Yokomichi, Nagakute 480-1118 Aichi Prefecture

On the outskirts of Nagoya City in Nagakute is the magnificent Toyota Automobile Museum, dedicated to the history of motoring and the influence of cars in our culture.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Okazaki Castle, 561 Koseicho, Okazaki 444-0052 Aichi Prefecture

Aichi Prefecture is the birthplace of heroes. The nations’ three Unifiers were all born in Aichi, Oda Nobunaga and Toyotomi Hideyoshi in Nagoya, and in nearby Okazaki Castle, the first of the 14 Tokugawa Shogun, the Great Lord, Tokugawa Ieyasu.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Satsuki and Mei's House, 1533-1 Otsu, Ibaragabasama, Nagakute 480-1342 Aichi Prefecture

Every Ghibli fans' dream come true, the house that Satsuki and Mei lived in, as seen in the popular animation film "My Neighbour Totoro", can be visited in real life! The house is completely true to the one in the animation, down to every last detail including the water bucket with a hole at the bottom! If you have ever watched Totoro, you will definitely want to visit this house.

First of all, entrance to Satsuki and Mei's house does require tickets. These cannot be purchased on the day, but need to booked in advance. The easiest way is to get someone you know in Japan to go to Lawson (convenience store), and use the Loppi machine to get you a ticket. If you don't have that option available, you can still try go to Lawson once you are in Japan, and try and book a ticket yourself using Roppi. The tickets cost ¥510 for a half hour tour of the house.

Duration: 30 minutes



Informacion Adicional
"Confirmation will be received at time of booking"
"Infant seats available"
"Service animals allowed"
"Near public transportation"
"Stroller accessible"
"Surfaces are wheelchair accessible"
"Transportation is wheelchair accessible"
"Wheelchair accessible"
"Most travelers can participate"
"This experience requires good weather. If it’s canceled due to poor weather, you’ll be offered a different date or a full refund"
"This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate"



Start Time: 9:00 AM
Duration: 6 Hours
Start location: Traveler pickup is offered
Your guide will pick you up at the meeting point as per your request on foot. This special tour will be conducted with a public transportation.


Airports

  • Chubu Intl Airport, 1-1 Centrair, Tokoname Aichi Prefecture
  • Nagoya Airfield, Toyoyama-cho, Nishikasugai-gun Aichi Prefecture


Ports

  • Nagoya Port



Cancellations and refunds: All sales are final and incur 100% cancellation penalties.

Included

  • Free Photos
  • Hotel Pick up and Drop-off
  • Licensed Local Guide

Not Included

  • Other personal expenses
  • Lunch - Lunch (for yourself and your guide)
  • Entrance fee (for yourself)
  • Private Vehicle
  • Transportation fee (for yourself and your guide)
  • Entry/Admission - Nagoya Castle
  • Entry/Admission - Nagoya City Science Museum
  • Entry/Admission - Maruya Hatcho Miso
  • Entry/Admission - Inuyama Castle
  • Entry/Admission - The Museum Meijimura
  • Entry/Admission - Nagoya City Art Museum
  • Entry/Admission - Toyota Automobile Museum
  • Entry/Admission - Okazaki Castle
  • Entry/Admission - Satsuki and Mei's House

Facilities


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