- 7 Day Japan Rail Pass
- JPY 1,500 Pasmo Card to use on the non JR trains
- Ainokura & Shirakawago Tour
- Kyoto Guided Morning Tour
- 1 night at the Meitetsu Grand Hotel - Nagoya
- 2 nights at the Hida Hotel Plaza - Takayama
- 2 nights at the Hotel Granvia Hiroshima - Hiroshima
- 2 nights at the Miyako Hotel Kyoto Hachijo - Kyoto
This tour is designed for those travellers who arrive into Nagoya. From here you can explore the majestic beauty of Takayama and be inspired by the rebirth of Hiroshima, the scenic beauty of Miyajima Island and the ancient capital cities of Kyoto and Nara.
Check out of the Meitetsu Grand Hotel and make your way to Nagoya Station. Activate your 7 Day Japan Rail Pass at the Japan Rail Pass Exchange Corner (open 10:00am-18:00pm) located at JR Nagoya Station.
From JR Nagoya Station board the Limited Express (Wide View Express) Hida train to JR Takayama Station (2.5 hrs). This magnificent train journey through the Japan Alps (often compared to the Alps of Europe) will be one of the highlights of your trip to Japan.
Hida Takayama is a traditional medieval town located in the mountains of Gifu Prefecture. It is possible to walk across the centre of Hida Takayama in about 20 minutes with most of the attractions concentrated in the old part of town.
Your accommodation at the Hida Hotel Plaza is a 5 minute walk from the station's main exit.
Enjoy the afternoon strolling around this museum-like town visiting attractions including a variety of small museums devoted to traditional crafts embodying the town's long-standing tradition of the fine craftsmanship. Visit the old private houses that lie in the area between Miyagawa River and the famously lush and picturesque Shiroyama Park. This quiet residential area has shops selling traditional wares, antique shops, Japanese-style inns, sake breweries and restaurants serving local specialities.
Stay: Hida Hotel Plaza - 1/2
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