SHINKI

SHINKI

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Hi we are offering some bus tours from around Osaka mainly.
Hope you have a good Japanese experience!

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4 Organized Activities

13 Reviews for SHINKI

  • Tan Tan

    Ski Resort near Osaka – Day Trip to Hachi Kita Kogen

    Ski Resort near Osaka – Day Trip to Hachi Kita Kogen We had fun at the ski resort. Staff there are friendly. It will be better if they can speak English. Ski rentals shop should be near ski school. (Better for beginners)

  • Nadia Nadia

    Ski & Snowboard trip to Biwako Valley from Osaka or Kyoto

    Ski & Snowboard trip to Biwako Valley from Osaka or Kyoto Everything was great! Everything was sorted there was no hassle. Only wish they would give an option to take the bullet train from Osaka to Kyoto and then up to the mountains by bus because the bus ride was really long and tiring. Overall good experience! Would recommend!

  • Mylene Mylene

    Ski Resort near Osaka – Day Trip to Hachi Kita Kogen

    Ski Resort near Osaka – Day Trip to Hachi Kita Kogen Our overall ski experience in Hachikita Kogen is awesome although there is no English speaking tour guide or translator on our trip we still manage to go on. Thanks voyagin for your service.

  • Jobelle Jobelle

    Ski & Snowboard trip to Biwako Valley from Osaka or Kyoto

    Ski & Snowboard trip to Biwako Valley from Osaka or Kyoto Great snow experience just two hours from osaka! We enjoyed playing in the snow, Will definitely come back here.

  • Norbert Norbert

    Ski Resort near Osaka – Day Trip to Hachi Kita Kogen

    Ski Resort near Osaka – Day Trip to Hachi Kita Kogen Let’s just say we started quite bad. We got lost at the Shin-Osaka station looking for the meeting point, good thing is that we asked a station staff for the direction but what he did instead of pointing to the direction to go, he himself guide us the bus station where the bus for our ski resort trip. We were late about 2 mins past the departure time but good thing that the bus hasn’t left yet.

    After an hour or over we stopped for a restroom/food/drink break and the driver kindly wrote on a piece of paper (because they hardly know how to speak English) the time that the bus will be leaving to continue on the trip because they just want to be sure that we will not be late again.

    Almost an hour later we arrived at the ski resort without any idea what to do with the tickets/papers that we were given by the staff on the bus. It is also hard to ask some staffs in the ski resort because just like what was said they don’t speak much English but a good sign or acting out did the job. We were able to exchange the “Limon” vouchers for the lift pass (yellow paper that you should show to people operating the lift to let you use them).

    Next, we went to this “C, B” rental shop where we rent the gears for ski/snowboarding. We spent a total of 14,000 Yen for the four of us, including the ski/snowboard and the suits. (3,500 per set). Then off we went to have fun.

    It was my first time to do snowboarding so I really don’t know anything even how to attach the snowboard to the snowboard shoes. Good thing there is this japanese teen couple that helped me put it on and even taught me the basics. It was a really fun experience and we would really like to be back there.

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