Discover the activities and experiences of Japan!
A lot of activities eg. sea, mountain, river and workshop will makes your holiday exceptional.
Japanese culture experience
Come visit our colorful calligraphy shop with Japanese lanterns from walls and ceilings!
The store just leaves you feeling craftsman's workshop, whch is rare in Japan.
You can order your own Japanese lanterns for souvenir.
If you are interested, make a reservation at the workshop with the master calligraphy of Suimida to make your own traditional Japanese lantern.
Beginners are also welcome!
Regular Sightseeing Bus Tour - Beppu “Hells”Tour
Beppu Jigoku Meguri Hell Tour (Duration: approximately 3 hours) Mr. Kumahachi Aburaya, the founder of Kamenoi Bus, was the pioneer of tour buses with female guides and the Beppu's hot spring “Hell Tour” gained popularity. Guide makes traveling around “Hell” more fun♪ Fee: JPY3,650/Adult, JPY3,060/high school student, JPY2,750/middle school student, JPY1,740/child (Admission fee of Beppu “Hells” included)
Nature and mountain activities
Bungy Japan offers you an incredibly rewarding experience which is committed to the concept of self-growth through challenge in a safe and controlled environment,Bungy jumping provide you a unfortgettable chance to face your fears and exploring the farthest reaches of your potential.Let's get extreme with Bungy Japan!
We have tour guides who narrates in your language based in Kumamoto and Kyushu. You can experience the true essence of Japanese culture by taking part in propose calligraphy, ceramics and tea ceremony. We also provide business support for companies to enter the market in Japan. There are several different types of business consulting that can help achieve your business goals which specializes for food and beverage companies to enter foreign markets and find business partners in major Asian cities.
Human Resources Consulting / Business seminars / Employment agency / Overseas Human Resource / Overseas Expansion Support / Management Consulting / Expenses Reduction / Business Matching / Import & Export Trade Support / Sales Channel Development Support / Regional Revitalization Support
【CONTACT US】 096-221-4119/English: 080 - 8379 - 9169 (10: 00 - 17: 00, weekdays only)Chinese: 080-1535-8093 (10: 00 - 17: 00, weekdays only)
Umbrella-Making Workshop Plus Nico
Umbrella-Making Workshop Plus Nico is located at Satake Shopping Arcade in Okachimachi, which is known as the 2nd oldest shopping street in Japan. The workshop owner, with about 30 years' experience in designing and manufacturing umbrellas, launched this workshop after 10 years of training for hand-making umbrella. We offer tailor-made umbrellas and classes for handmade umbrellas. What about making your own custom umbrella?
Atami Castle is an attraction built in 1959,
which is 120 metres above sea level, located on the top of Mt. Nishikigaura,
where you can enjoy views of the ocean and Atami City.
Atami Castle reflects the architecture styles of Japan's Momoyama Era (1583-1600AD)
and beginning of the Keicho Era that followed.
It is proud of the five layers of exterior and the 9th floor inside.
TOHO BEADS STYLE Glass no Sato
A Glass amusement park operated by glass-bead manufacturer in Hiroshima. Glass making experience is popular.
NICHINAN SILK FARM
Our company was founded in February 2017 and placed our head office in Nichinan-cho, Hino-gun, Tottori, which is said to be "navel" of the Chugoku region, with the ideas of creating a new business model of agriculture in the middle of Tottori.
We have established an environment where agriculture can be conducted throughout the year, and we are aiming for a large-scale increase. We are planning to open a strawberry tourism farm in the autumn of 2019!
One of the largest indoor theme parks in Japan! An amusement spot that simply can't be missed when visiting the Odaiba area. Since the attractions are all indoors， visitors do not have to be concerned about the weather and can fully enjoy the various seasonal events.
EBISUYA Rickshaw Kurashiki
Japanese culture experience
Kurashiki as an Important Preservation District for Groups of Traditional Buildings, a city of preserves Machiya (merchants’ houses) and Kura (storehouses) which were built in the Edo and Meiji periods.
The driver who master the streets of Mojiko skillfully handles rickshaws and conducts sightseeing guides that are easy to understand.
Enjoy the townscape of willow trees lining the banks of the Kurashiki River, streets lined with white-walled kominka (traditional houses) and cultural facilities - including the Ohara Museum of Art.
Matsuoka Museum of Art
Matsuoka Museum of Art was founded in 1975 by Seijiro Matsuoka in Tokyo Shimbashi, and relocated to Tokyo Shirokane, Matsuoka's former residence, in 2000.
The permanent exhibition contains ancient oriental sculptures such as Roman mythology statues and Egyptian coloured coffins; modern European sculptures from Henry Moore and Emilio Greco; ancient Orient sculptures such as Gandhara Buddha statues and Hindu god statues.
Japan Taisho Village
Japanese culture experience
Japan Taisho Village has retained a large number of buildings from the Meiji Era (1868-1912) to Taisho Era (1912-1926), when the town had a thriving silk production industry.
Taisho Village takes you back a century, a village whose buildings and culture date from the Taisho era.
Let’s Travel in time and discover Japan's history in Japan Taisho Village.