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This day trip will create wonderful memories through the unique hands-on experiences including learning how to cook savory Japanese pancakes and play traditional musical instruments. Through this experience, you will socialize with local people.
- Enjoy panoramic views of the Seto Inland Sea
- Visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site Itsukushima Shinto Shrine on Miyajima Island
- Learn how to cook savory Japanese pancakes, okonomiyaki
- Enjoy Japanese green tea and sweets in the historic Shukkei-en garden
- Play traditional Japanese musical instruments, including the koto
We will pick you up at your hotel in Hiroshima City. You will meet and chat with your fellow group members.
Go to Miyajima Island. You'll have the opportunity to enjoy panoramic views of the Seto Inland Sea.
Arrive at Miyajima Island, one of the most scenic spots in Japan. This island has long been regarded as an island of Gods on the beautiful Seto Inland Sea. The guide will show you around the romantic and historic island with guide. Itsukushima Shinto Shrine, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is located along with the Virgin Forest of Mt. Misen and numerous preserved shrines, temples, and historical monuments.
Let's learn how to cook okonomiyaki! Okonomiyaki is a savory, traditional Japanese pancake containing a variety of ingredients. You will enjoy this hands-on experience. Instructors will teach you in friendly, family atmosphere so you can interact and socialize with local people. After making okonomiyaki, let's enjoy it for lunch!
Go back to Hiroshima City and go to the beautiful Japanese garden Shukkei-en. Relax and enjoy the scenic beauty of the Japanese garden. Japanese green tea and sweets are served as a refreshing snack.
You can choose to go to the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park, dedicated to Hiroshima as the first city attacked by a nuclear attack.
Enjoy the beautiful timbre (sound quality) of traditional Japanese instruments such as the koto (a traditional stringed instrument made of wood with 13 strings), hand drum, and shakuhachi (a bamboo woodwind instrument with five holes). After listening to the beautiful timbre, instructors will teach you how to play the musical instruments. The open and friendly atmosphere of the hands-on experience is good opportunity to be able to better understand Japanese culture.
Pick-up at your hotel in Hiroshima City
Comfortable walking clothes
What you need to bring