Tour includes :
Bus Fare + Japanese traditional ornament (Shirakawa fusui mame daruma)
Tour Period : 13 April 2019 - 29 April 2019
*Please contact your travel agency
TO BE ADVISED
|Minimum number of passengers||1 PAX|
|Station of departure||
|Others||＜Information about Bus＞
※Please arrive at the bus pool located at the East Exit of Shin-shirakawa Station by 9:50.
※ If you arrive later, you may not be able to board on the bus, as the bus may have to depart at the scheduled departure time with or without you.
※This bus tour will be operated by fixed schedule. Please note that the time required for traveling and sightseeing is subject to change depending on weather and traffic conditions.
※Even if the cherry trees are not blooming yet, the tour will be operated. In addition, the tour route is subject to partial change.
※Guiding will be in Japanese.
※Please hand your voucher to the bus staff.
[Nanko Park] http://shirakawa315.com/eng/nanko_park.html
[Suirakuen Garden] http://shirakawa315.com/eng/nanko_park.html
[Shirakawa Komine Castle] http://shirakawa315.com/eng/shirakawa_komine_castle.html
[Cherry Blossoms of Horikawa Shinsui Park] http://www.tif.ne.jp/jp/spot/spot_disp.php?id=4801
❀ Nanko Park・ Suirakuen Garden★1
（Walking:About 60 min.）
Nanko Park is considered to be the oldest Japanese-style Park, started in 1801 by Sadanobu Matsudaira. He won renown as a lord of the Shriakawa domain as well as a tea master and a gardener.
★1 Admission Fee：Customer's responsibility. Adult 320yen , Child 160yen
❀ Shirakawa Komine Castle・
Ninomaru-chaya （Walking・Lunch★2: About 60 min.）
It is one of Japan's Top 100 Castles. During the cherry-blossom season, around 180 cherry trees offer a beautiful scenery within the castle tower.
★2 Lunch：Customer's responsibility
❀ Cherry Blossoms of Horikawa Shinsui Park (Car window tour)
Approx. 700 cherry trees make a cherry blossom tunnel.
❀ Ouchi-juku （Walking: About 60 min.）
Ouchi-juku was one of the post towns established the Edo Priod. Visitors can feel as if they have slipped back though time to the Edo Priod.