Your Journey to discover
the spirit of Japan

Trips 2-3 hours from Nagoya

Map of Japan

Kyoto, ancient capital for more than 1,000 years and internationally known touristic city
Hida-Takayama, famous for its beautiful fall festival and its hot springs
Shirakawa-go, the mountain village where traditional folk dwelling remains
Mie Prefecture is home to the Ise Shrine (Ise Jingu), Japan's most sacred Shinto shrine

Central Japan International Airport (Centrair), the international airport in the Nagoya area which is located approximately in the center of Japan. From here, it is a typical tourist destination Kyoto and Takayama of Japan, to Shirakawa-go (World Heritage Site), you can arrive in just 2-3 hours. All of these tourist destinations in Japan tradition, history, in a place where you can experience the culture, has earned a high reputation in Europe guidebook.

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Map of Hida-Takayama

The city known for its hot springs and is a location of one of the
"three most beautiful festivals" in Japan.

Located in Gifu prefecture, about 200kms north of Central Japan International Airport (Centrair), Hida Takayama is a city in the mountainous region which also portrays traditional Japanese village life. The city is famous for the beauty of its streets and hot springs. Especially, it's very popular for Takayama festival held in spring and fall, regarded as one of the three great festivals in Japan.

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Shirakawa-go SHIRAKAWA-GO

Map of Shirakawa-go

One of the remaining landscape of Japan's village scenery.
Registered as a world heritage site in 1995, Shirakawa-go is famous for its unique houses known as Gassho-zukuri. The open-air history museum and other facilities available will make you feel the original scenery of Japan's countryside and experience the life of Japanese people living in harmony with nature.

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 Mie Mie

Map of Mie

Mie Prefecture is home to the Ise Shrine (Ise Jingu), Japan's most sacred Shinto shrine.
Mie is also famous for its seafood, including Ise spiny lobster and oyster, and for its high-class marbled wagyu beef called Matsuzaka Beef. The prefecture hosted the 42nd G7 summit on May 26-27, 2016 in Ise-Shima, the city blessed with magnificent history and culture, as well as the quality food from the sea and the mountains. As for travel to/from the airport, a ferry ride is provided between Mie and Central Japan International Airport, which takes about 2 hours each way.

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Map of Kyoto

The city of a thousand years history. The city of international tourism.
With history of 1200 years, Kyoto is the former capital of Japan. It is a renowned international tourist destination rich in nature, history and Japanese culture. Central Japan International Airport (Centrair) is the closest international airport to Kyoto. Easy transfer from the Centrair makes it reachable within an hour and twenty minutes.

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