IBARAKI Guide-Interpreter Association
- 日本語 (Fluent)
- English (Fluent)
- 普通话 (Fluent)
IGIA, IBARAKI Guide-Interpreter Association, is an organization which was established for the purpose of regional activation and International Communication in October, 2009.
It consists of more than 60 members who love IBARAKI and were officially qualified as the Professional Interpreter Guides and registered in IBARAKI Prefectural Government.
Not only foreign-language skills, such as English or Chinese, but we have a wide range of knowledge on the geography and history of Japan to guide the visitors from overseas around Japan.
At this time, we are providing two Local Programs, such as
(1)Japanese Traditional Mounted Archery Yabusame Lesson
(2)Half-day tour, The Legacy of Mito-Tokugawa Clan (BrandNew Program!)
Both of them are based on the unique tradition and history of Japan.
Let’s have fun with our friendly guide!
2 Organized Activities
Legacy of Mito-Tokugawa Clan Half-day Tour in Mito, Ibaraki
In this half-day tour of Mito City, discover the legacy of the Mito-Tokugawa Clan. Visit Kodokan, the...
Japanese Traditional Mounted Archery Yabusame
Yabusame, one of the most divine martial arts in Japan, consists of shooting arrows at different targ...
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