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One Day Course from Centrair: Discover the Various Brewing Techniques and Brewed Products That Made Handa City Famous
Handa City was one of the most prosperous cities in Edo Period Japan thanks to its brewing culture, creating fine sake, and a range of popular fragrant vinegars and soy sauce. See the old factories, warehouses and along with the canal made to export the regions wares.
Travel by Shinkansen Bullet Train and Rental car to enjoy a Japan rarely seen by the average tourist. Visit picturesque rural scenes of terraced ricefields, see ancient samurai castles, enjoy hot springs, mystical temples and view stunning waterfalls. Discover a Japan no longer seen in the major cities!
What makes Aichi Prefecture great? Traditions and Technology! History and Culture! See a top selection of technology, traditions, history and culture on this day trip around Nagoya.
Taking a naturalistic approach to art, Japanese handcrafts are both functional and beautiful. Japan’s nature too is exceptionally beautiful. Enjoy both on this short, cultural day trip.
Discover the many differences in size, design, culture and history of just some of the samurai castles of Aichi in this 2 day, 4 castle tour. See a National Treasure samurai teahouse and go from the ancient to the new with one of Japans’ most modern hot spring resorts.
Komaki Castle Inuyama Castle Inuyama Castle Town/ Shirotomachi Museum (Inuyama Artifacts Museum) Urakuen Japanese garden / National Treasure teahouse Jo-an Inuyama Onsen Hot Spring Kiyosu Castle Nagoya Castle
Walk the Pathway of Demons, discover the manufacturing culture of traditional Japanese roofing tiles, and visit Denmark, Japan, on this day trip around the southern districts Aichi. Ideal for couples and families, particularly in the winter when everything is beautifully illuminated.
Be amazed by the view of bright red and orange autumn leaves AND soft, pink cherry blossom together! It can only be seen in Aichi, home to some of the best hand made traditional washi paper, with equally amazing properties!
Experience the past, the present and the future, traveling by rental car, visiting the ancestral home of the Tokugawa Shoguns, the third most popular amusement facility after Disneyland and Universal Studios, and taste the future at the Toyota Kaikan Museum.
Take a trip along the ancient Tokaido Highway, as used by samurai, pilgrims, merchants and the travelers of old, and share the sights they saw. Visit traditional temples and shrines, samurai lodgings and remnants of the old route.
Support your favorite team at a sports game at the City of Toyota Stadium, then raise your glass in cheers at a local pub. Stay overnight in Toyota City, and take the next day to stroll around the remarkable areas of Matsudaira-Go, Asuke Townscape, and Korankei gorge.
Take in thousands of years worth of Japanese history and culture, visiting the oldest remaining National Treasure listed samurai castle, see ancient cormorant fishing techniques, and be amazed at the Japan of 100 years ago at a stunning open air museum.
See the sights and shops of cosmopolitan Nagoya City. Enjoy the world class aquarium, see the past, present, and future of Japan’s extensive and impressive rail system, shop at futuristic Oasis 21, and catch a show at the world's largest planetarium.
Enjoy the sights and the delicacies of Himakajima, the Island of the Octopus.
Near the gateway to central Japan, Centrair International Airport, lies the quaint city of Handa, famed for its brewing of sake, sauces and vinegar for hundreds of years! Discover how and why Handa became such a financial powerhouse during the days of the samurai on this half-day course.