Voyagin Japan Regional Tours (Miyagi)

Voyagin Japan Regional Tours (Miyagi)

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Voyagin Japan Regional Tours focus on the regions of Japan less travelled by overseas tourists. From Kyo-tango to Naruko, Akita to Aizu, we are here to help you discover Japan!

We have partnered with various companies, organizations, and local administration that offer authentic and traditional activities. We screen each and every activity to ensure that they are in line with our standards so that you can always expect professional and memorable experiences.

We look forward to ensuring your stay in Japan is unforgettable!

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3 Reviews for Voyagin Japan Regional Tours (Miyagi)

  • Cyrus Cyrus

    Tour to the "Cat Island" Tashirojima & Matsushima, Miyagi

    Tour to the "Cat Island" Tashirojima & Matsushima, Miyagi Tour would have been super difficult if it wasn't for Govoyagin - thanks for organising! The island itself isn't overrun by cats but there are quite a lot in different pockets of the island.

  • SUZANNE SUZANNE

    A 1-Day Nature Tour in Miyagi Prefecture: Frolic with foxes

    A 1-Day Nature Tour in Miyagi Prefecture: Frolic with foxes What a fantastic day! The foxes are simply precious & sly like foxes! The Kokeshi Doll museum was incredible, our Soba Bowl lunch couldn't have been more delishious & our Taxi Driver was ever so courteous even giving us an opportunity to see Mt Fubo & the WWII Memorial...
    I highly recommend this day tour!!!

  • Nick Nick

    Feel the energy of nature and hot springs at Naruko Onsen

    Feel the energy of nature and hot springs at Naruko Onsen An excellent tour to Naruko with a visit to nice sake breweries, onsen, Zen meditation experience and a lot more! The guide was super accommodating and friendly just like all the other shop-owners we met. The tour was private for my family only so it was a great opportunity to learn about Japan's culture in details. Definitely recommended for anybody coming to Japan. Many thanks!

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