[Japan] 1-Day: Amanohashidate, Ine no Funaya Sightseeing Boat & Miyama Kayabuki no Sato

Tour Details

Tour ID: B0800

[Charter Option]
This course can be booked as a chartered tour for groups of 20 or more. For details about pricing etc., please get in touch with us at welcome@club-tourism.co.jp
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1. Tour to places often difficult for individuals to access: Amanohashidate (“Kyoto by the Sea”), Ine no Funaya boathouses & Miyama Kayabuki no Sato (“Kyoto in the Mountains”)

2. Lunch at restaurant in Amanohashidate All-you-can-eat seafood (50 min)

Sample Menu
– Seafood rice bowl (salmon roe, sea urchin, salmon, sea bream, squid)
– Nigiri sushi (scallop, shrimp, octopus, crab, conger eel, egg)
– 4 Kinds of sashimi (yellowtail, sweet shrimp, squid, smoked salmon)
– Grilled fish・Yakitori (skewered chicken), fried food
*Contents are subject to change depending on availability.

**About the menu**
・A separate set menu is prepared for vegetarians. This is not all-you-can-eat and unfortunately a refund is not available for the difference from the all-you-can-eat menu.
・For customers who do not eat raw fish, a separate pot, filled with soup stock, will be prepared for you to cook the fish (note: the pot won’t include other ingredients). You will share this pot with others who wish to cook their fish.
・For those who wish to have either of the options above, please contact us at the time of applying or at least three days before departure.

Amanohashidate:
– Take the monorail or chairlift and get a sweeping view from the mountaintop!
– Amanohashidate is one of Japan’s three best scenic views.

Ine no Funaya:
– Spectacular view of Funaya from the sightseeing boat!
– Funaya houses with boat garages are lined up along the Ine Bay.
– Listed on the Preservation Districts for Groups of Traditional Buildings.

Miyama Kayabuki no Sato:
– Enjoy strolling around the village!
– Many thatched roof houses still exist. Listed on the Preservation Districts for Groups of Traditional Buildings.
– A popular place where you can see the unspoiled landscape of Japan.