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Visit Togakushi shrines, Chusha, Okusha, and Kuzuryusha. On the way to Okusha, you can enjoy the beautiful avenue of cedar trees that is perfect for pictureя. Also check out Togakushi Folk Museum and Ninja House, and enjoy local soba noodles.
- Visit Togakushi shrine's Chusha, Okusha, and Kuzuryusha
- Explore Ninja and local tradition at Folk Museum and Ninja House
- Eat Japanese Soba (buckwheat) noodles for lunch
- See the great view of Mt. Togakushi and beautiful ponds
- Try making soba by yourself (optional)
Meet at Nagano Station
What you need to bring
Comfortable shoes for long walk (trekking shoes are nice)
- English (Fluent)
- 日本語 (Fluent)
Interested in nature, Japan's traditional Shinto & Buddhism, good food, trekking in the forest, and great view of mountains? Well, Nagano has it all!
If you come to Nagano and would like to enjoy rural Japan, I may be able to offer what you are looking for.
I am Miyuki and I was born in Nagano, went to school in the U.S., worked in Tokyo for many years and am back in my hometown as I love rural areas of Japan.
I visited more than 20 countries (including business trips ;), and I love to travel abroad! My travel history includes Angkor Wat, dolphin swim at the Big Island of Hawaii, Go-round trip in Ireland, & 35 day pilgrimage on Camino de Santiago.
I had such brilliant experiences at all the countries I visited, and I am hoping that visitors to Japan would feel the same. So, I decided to offer an experience at the places I like in Nagano.
I am looking forward to seeing you soon!
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