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Experience Japanese Culture with Seibu Railway

Experience Japanese Culture with Seibu Railway

8H

Enjoy a day of fun sightseeing with Seibu Railway's one-day pass from either Ikebukuro or Shinjuku Station. Step back in time to 1960s Japan at Seibu Yuenchi Amusement Park and immerse yourself in the culture and lifestyle of that era. Experience modern architecture and contemporary Japanese pop culture at Tokorozawa Sakura Town.

Strawberry and Tea Picking Just an Hour From Tokyo!

Strawberry and Tea Picking Just an Hour From Tokyo!

5-8H

Embark on a fantastic outdoor adventure just an hour away from Tokyo! Sayama Berryland offers strawberry picking in winter and blueberry picking in summer, promising a delightful fruit-picking experience for all. Saitama Prefecture is renowned as one of Japan's leading strawberry-growing regions, making fruit picking with your family an activity we highly encourage. The Sayama area is also one of Japan's top three tea-producing regions. Make the most of this by visiting Miyanoen, a tea farm that cultivates, processes, and sells their own tea. Dress in traditional tea-picking attire and experience the fun of picking tea leaves in the picturesque tea fields. Enjoy unique activities such as sipping freshly brewed tea and savoring tea leaf tempura. This excursion into the tranquil countryside is the perfect escape from the hustle and bustle of the city.

Culinary and Cultural Wonders : Japanese Sword Forging, Soy Sauce, Tofu, and Miso Tours

Culinary and Cultural Wonders : Japanese Sword Forging, Soy Sauce, Tofu, and Miso Tours

5-8H

The Japanese sword, which has countless fans both in Japan and overseas, is characterized by its dual nature as both a weapon for battle and a work of art. One of Saitama’s best kept secrets is a genuine Japanese sword forge located in the town of Kamikawa, Saitama Prefecture, just north of Tokyo. Blacksmiths who work with iron were once revered as close to the divine, and this tour offers an intimate look at their refined skills, as well as their traditional white-clad attire and rituals passed down from the artform’s heyday. Kamikawa is blessed with high-quality water, and Yamaki Brewery, who produce Japanese favorites like soy sauce, tofu, and miso is also nearby. Following this itinerary lets you experience the soul of the samurai through Japanese sword-making along with Japanese food culture.

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