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: 35066
35066

[Go To Travel campaign target] [Fukushima Prefecture Aizu Wakamatsu] Bus tour winter of regular tourist bus Tsurukejo and Ouchi inn

  • Beginners welcome - First try
  • Empty-hands OK
  • Meal included
  • Solo participant
  • 地域共通クーポン(紙)利用可
  • Possible number of bookings
    1~8
  • Participating age
    6Age ~ 100 Age
  • Duration
    Over 6 hours on the day

Aizu is a city of nature and history, with the Echigo Mountains to the west and the Ou Mountains to the east. It has the faces of the four seasons, which are colorful in summer in summer and winter in winter, and shows the scenery of each season depending on the seasons you visit. From the highlights unique to Aizu, a regular winter sightseeing bus that goes around the "Tsurugajo Castle Tower" that towers in the tense atmosphere and the "Ouchi-juku", a highway post town with a lot of historical Edo atmosphere. Please enjoy another Aizu that you can feel only in winter. * The service may be suspended depending on the weather. note that. [Schedule] ● 11:10 Aizu-Wakamatsu Station (ride) Wakamatsu Station No. 2 platform ● 11:20 Tsuruga Castle (Tsuruga Castle) Tsuruga Castle, which is said to be an impregnable castle, survived the onslaught of the new government army in the Boshin War. It was rebuilt in September 1965, and in the spring of 2011 it became the only castle tower in Japan that wore roof tiles (red roof tiles) from the late Tokugawa period. ▼ 12:20 departure ● 13:20 Ouchi-juku Ouchi-juku is a post station that retains the streets of the Edo period. Private houses with thatched roofs lined up on both sides of the road connecting Aizu and Nikko called the Shimono Kaido, which played an important role as a post station for daimyo and travelers heading to Edo. It is extremely rare to see more than 30 thatched-roof private houses lined up, and even now, more than 1 million tourists are visiting and bustling, leaving behind the remnants of those days. ● Ouchi-juku Snow Festival February 13th (Sat) and 14th (Sun) The "Ouchi-juku Snow Festival" is held on the second Saturday and Sunday of February every year. The festival, which began to express gratitude to our customers, has now become a major event. In winter, the quiet Ouchi-juku is closed by snow, but you can even feel the heat for these two days. You can enjoy the unique winter atmosphere such as lanterns made of snow. * For details, see Ouchi-juku Tourism Association ☎ 0241-68-3611 ● Ouchi-juku (Yamagataya / Lunch) Lunch is made with 100% Yamagataya ground flour and handmade 11 soba noodles. Enjoy Ouchi-juku's specialty green onion soba, which you can eat while biting a green onion instead of chopsticks. ▼ 14:40 departure ● 15:00 Ashinomaki Onsen (get off) Ashinomaki Onsen It is convenient for guests staying here to get off. ● 15: 45 Aizu-Wakamatsu Station (get off) * Delays may occur depending on road conditions.

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    Required minimum number of participants 10 Person(s)
    Possible number of bookings 1~8
    Operating period 2020/12/19〜2021/3/28
    Assembly time 11:10 Aizu Wakamatsu Station
    Booking deadline until 16:59 7 das ago

    Changing room Toilet
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    Dress code - Must bring items Join us with easy-to-wear clothes

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    1-1 Ekimaemachi, Aizuwakamatsu City, Fukushima Prefecture 965-0041
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    Aizu Wakamatsu Station

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