Mid-Apr. & May
Tateyama-Kurobe Alpine Route, Shirakawa-go, and Takayama
<4 Days 3 Nights>
This 4-day tour gives you a chance to
stay in Takayama on day-one and
Shirakawa-go on day-two.
The highlight is perhaps Tateyama on
day-three, known as a heavy snowfall
area with 8m (27ft.) of snow at the top.
The heaviest section, "Ohtani",
reaches nearly 20m (67ft) !
Spend a night at 2,450m (8,167ft)
watching a myriad of stars and a
beautiful sunrise over clouds.
Kamikochi and Kurobe Valley Tram
<4 Days 3 Nights>
This is the best season to enjoy
the vivid green and onsens at
three fine locations.
On day-one, we visit picturesque
Kamikochi and spend a night at the
famous Kamikochi Imperial Hotel.
On day-two, we stay at Otari
Onsen, traditional Japanese ryokan
with a very medicinal hot spring.
On day-three, we stay at another
onsen ryokan in the Kurobe valley
via a scenic 1.5 hour tram ride
that runs through the sheer valley.
Jul., Aug. & mid-Sep.
Mt.Fuji Sunrise Night Trek
<Night Trek, 1 Day>
How about watching the sunrise from
the top of Japan's highest peak,
Mt. Fuji, at 3,776m/12,587ft. ?
We're sure this will be a lifelong
This is a self-guided tour depart-
ing from the 5th of 10 stations at
night so that you can climb at your
After the descent, we stop at a
public hot spring facility at which
you can refresh yourself before
Mid-Sep. & Oct.
Kurobe Valley Trek
<3 Days 2 Nights>
'Kurobe Valley' is dubbed one of the last, rarely visited regions in Japan.
The snow accumulated in the mountains pours into the bottom of the valley
The trail along Kurobe river is finally open after the snow has finally melt in
September and remains opens for only two months.
This helps to explain why so few people have experienced the Kurobe valley trek.
Seize this short, beautiful window of opportunity.
The trail contains some treacherous points but the pristine beauty will never be forgotten.