A. 3days Course (Stay 2nights 3days)  USD 680.00

We provide  you with reasonable price and great 3days(short program).

You can feel a lot of JAPAN in this program.

We can customize a 3days Course program due to your schedule of arrival & departure.


・Welcome party

・SAMURAI experience

・Ninja Shuriken experience


・Visiting Kyoto

・Visiting Osaka Castle

・Farewell party


B. 4days Course (Stay 3nights 4days)  USD 1350.00


Welcom Reception


・Gather in the specified location


・Accommodation in Osaka




・Welcome reception


・Gifts presentation




Explorig Osaka


AIKI-BUDO「合気武道」 practice

  This is Japanese traditional martialarts. In the event of attck,that through the non-violence.  The non-violence to be defined, is to hte attack to com opponent to just "state that can not be  attacked". And himself also in the process of making the state, we have a style that the deal does not have a murderous intent.


Visit to Osaka Museum of Housing and Living

   A model of the entire city during the Edo Period.

   Visitors can learn all about Osaka's development, experiencing via interactive exhibits the different ways of life in the city  during different periods of its history.


Tenjinbashisuji Shopping Street

   A 2.6km-long shopping street starting at Tenjinbashi, reaching Tenjinbashisuji 7 chome to the north. It is said to be the longest in Japan, taking about 40 minutes to walk its length. Note the Welcome Doll above the entrance. Once inside the arcade, approx. 600 stores; old-fashioned diners, delicatessen, knife shops of long tradition, a tea store established in 1868, tofu, croquettes, chinaware and kimono.


Osaka Castle

Osaka Castle, which is a famous landmark, a popular sightseeing spot, and the symbol of Osaka, contains thirteen structures which have been designated as Important Cultural Assets by the Japanese government.


Visiting Kyoto


IAI-DO「居合道」 practice.

 Iaido is an art of Japanese swordsmanship. Training is based on the study and practice of kata or forms involving drawing, cutting and re sheathing actions from a variety of seated and standing situations.


Yasaka-jinja (shrine)

 Yasaka-jinja (jinja means shrine) respects Susanoo-no-mikoto, Kushiinadahime-no-mikoto, and Yahashira-no-mikogami.
  Susanoo-no-mikoto is a great god in Japanese mythology, known for his defeat of Yamata-no-orochi (a large serpent with eight heads: a symbol of many disasters), redemption of Kushiinadahime-no-mikoto, and produced the ground great-discernment on the earth.

・Kiyomizu-dera Temple

 Kiyomizu-dera Temple is perhaps the most popular of the temples in Kyoto and is a fixture in the minds of the Japanese people. The temple's veranda juts out of the side of a mountain supported by 13-meter-high wooden columns. The main hall with its distinctive hip-shaped roof of cypress bark rests to the rear of the veranda and houses within it a priceless statue of Kannon Bodhisattva, the goddess of mercy. From the veranda, one can appreciate fine views facing west over the city of Kyoto. This is an auspicious place to watch the sunset, which may also explain the romantic associations accorded to the temple.

・Fushimi Inari-taisha Shrine

 This shrine, dedicated to the god of rice and sake in the 8th century, also features dozens of statues of foxes. The fox is seen as the messenger of the god of grain foods, Inari, and the stone foxes are often known by the same name. The keys often depicted in the fox mouths are keys to granaries. This shrine is the central location for some 40,000 Inari shrines throughout the entirety of Japan.

・Evening-farewell reception





・Thank you for enjoing Japan.

 See you again!


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