Experience Program

On this page you can learn about experiences that are available around these parts of Japan that you may not yet have discovered.
There are programs throughout the whole country from Hokkaido in the north to Kyushu in the south, and throughout the whole year, from spring through to winter. For further details on anything, please feel free to contact us through this form.

Mizu-no-Kamuy ~KushiroWetland, Akan, and Mashu~ Tourism Area

A Land Untouched

The areas that are now Akan-Mashu National Park and Kushiro Shitsugen National Park have long been inhabited by the local Ainu.

Kushiro Marshland Guided Tour

This guided tour is designed to teach people about the ecology of the Kushiro Marshlands.

Exploring Ainu Culture

For centuries, the forests of Lake Akan have been an important place for the native Ainu population.

Kushiro River Canoe Tour

The Kushiro River flows into the Pacific Ocean and has a length of roughly 154 km.

Furano・Biei Tourism Zone

Untouched Hokkaidō—Furano and Biei: A Land of Flower and Farms

Now, Hokkaidō is well known as a major agricultural center in Japan.

The Local Wineries of Furano and Biei

Despite initially suffering from the rugged terrain and various natural disasters.

In the Skies of Furano and Biei

The Tokachidake and Ashibetsu mountain ranges surround beautiful valleys and fields.

Fields of Lavender

Fields of lavender dot the farmlands of Furano and Biei making for a fragrant.

Niseko Tourism Zone

Clear Waters, Fresh Air, Beautiful Mountains

Niseko is a place of exploration and discovery.

The Niseko Mountain Range

The Niseko Mountain Range is a collection of 11 mountains that stretch from east to west.

Canoeing and Fishing Along The Shiribetsu River

An easy-going day of canoeing along the crystal water of the Shiribetsu River.

The Beauty of Mount Yotei

Mount Yotei is an icon of the region and is a symbol of rugged beauty in the area.

Tokimeki Sado and Niigata Tourism Zone

Geisha: Traditions Still Alive

During the Edo Period, Niigata used to be the largest port in the Sea of Japan and was used extensively for trade.

The Island Where Deities Dance

A traditional dance known as "Onidaiko" is performed on Sado Island.

Simple and Delicious – The Traditional Cuisine of Sado Island 

Here you may make your own bamboo bowl and enjoy a high-quality meal made with Iwakubi`s rice.

YUKIGUNI (Snow Country Tourism Zone)

Discovering YUKIGUNI tour

Only 70 minutes from the bustling streets of Tokyo is the northern “snow country.”

Echigo-Tsumari Art Field tour

One the largest international art festivals in Japan.

The Gastronomy of YUKIGUNI

Due to the snowy climate and long winters, the warmer months are used in part to prepare foods for the winter.

Inspiration and Comfort TIMELESS YUKIGUNI

The foothills of the local mountains are an absolute delight for lovers of nature at any level.

Yatsugatake Tourism Zone

A Family Friendly Adventure Tour of Yatsugatake

A new way to explore Yatsugatake.

Tuk-Tuk: A New Way to Travel

This guided tour consists of a day and nighttime program.

Stepping Back in Time

Enjoy this traditional footpath tour through the unspoiled nature and townscape of the Hakushu area.

Exploring Japan’s Jomon Culture

Explore sacred sites dating back to the Jomon culture scattered throughout the area by car.

Hamanako Tourism Zone

Lake Hamana, Seasons and Traditions

Experience the rich traditions that have been preserved in this ancient city.

Soy Sauce the Traditional Way

At tha soy sauce brewery Meiji-Ya, a soy sauce brewery with a long tradition in Hamamatsu.

Tea Leaves From Start to Finish

After a tour of tea fields and the tea factory, guided by tea farmers.

Takiya, Fishing the Traditional Way

Takiyais a traditional fishing tachnique partcular to Lake Hamana.

Kyoto by the Sea Tourism Zone

The Kyoto Coast

Known colloquially as “Kyoto by the sea”

E-Bike Coastal Cycling

It is easy to enjoy the coastal scenery of the area gliding along the rides atop a rental E-bike.

Stand-Up-Paddle Boarding (SUP)

These paddleboards are accessible even for beginners and allow a “hands-on” experience with the local waters.

Kanabiki Falls “TAKIGYO”

The mysterious Kanabiki Falls are an ideal location to take part in this ancient tradition.

Kagawa Setouchi Art Tourism Zone

Nature, Tradition, and Art Amid The Seto Inland Sea

Enjoy the scenery, culture, and cuisine of The Seto Inland Sea.

Ancient Rituals and Temple Caves

Take part in a mystical, gomadaki fire ritual.

From Olives to Eel, The Cuisine of Shodoshima

Take a day to experience Japanese cuisine and rural landscapes through the rich cuisine of Shodoshima Island.

Bonsai Town

Visit Konishi Shorakuen, a 130-year-old bonsai nursery.

Nishi-Awa, Mt. Tsurugi and The Yoshino River Tourism Zone

Connect with Nature on a Journey throughTraditional Mountain Life

Nestled deep in the center of Shikoku and enclosed by towering mountains.

Colors of the Past: Indigo Dying Experience

At the “Aizome Kobo” workshop, participants can experience this traditional craft in person.

Oboke / Iya Taxi Course to the Iya Valley and Oku-Iya Niju Kazurabashi

With this taxi course you will be taken deep into the tranquil Iya Valley to the beautiful Double Vine Bridges.

Brompton Bicycle Pottering – Iya Valley Course

Brompton bikes are lightweight, compact, and easy to transport.

Toyonokuni Millennium Heritage Tourism Zone

Gyoukoue, Tracing the Traditions of Japan

We trace the route that inspired a thousand years of history.

Walking along the Kunisaki Hantou Trail

This trail is a nature trail that traverses mountain paths, ancient roads and the like.

Senpukuji Temple・Experience Zen meditationand hand-copying sutras

Senpukuji Temple is a Zen temple located in Kunisaki.

Castle Town Stroll

Step back in time to the Edo period in the castle town of Kitsuki City.

Sea Wind Country Sasebo Ojika Tourism Zone

A Journey to the Land of Sea and Wind

A charming coastal city with a unique history serves as a gateway to a hidden island.

Sasebo Downtown Walking Tour

The Sasebo city provides an intriguing contrast to the more common scenes of modern Japan.

Kominka Stay: Preserving Cultural Heritage

For those who wish to slip back in time and discover the traditional charm of Japan.

YASA Homestay: Sustainable Island Living

Peek behind the tourism scene, diving deeper into a local culture not as a tourist.

Aso-Kuju Tourism Zone

Aso Kuju Sightseeing Area Tour

A tour of the Aso area, which is rich in nature, “power spots”, delicious meals, and hot springs.

Reclining Buddha Amid a Sea of Clouds

Daikanbo is the place where you can enjoy the most magnificent view of Aso in the Aso area.

The Power Spots of Japan

The Daikanbo look out and Oshitoishi Hill,which are guided by the Aso Geopark Guide.

Mennoishi Trekking

This is a trekking course for cat fans.