This tour is an open tour, would be visiting Northern Kyoto which are Amanohashidate, Ine no Funaya, and Miyama kabuki no Sato by Large Bus, meal is included.
Nippombashi Station exit 2
08:00 AM Nipponbashi Station Exit 2
10:00 AM Amanohashidate dan Seafood Lunch
13:00 Ine no Funaya (boat ride 25 mins)
15:00 Miyama Kabuki no Sato
19:00 Drop off at Shinsaibashi
The Amanohashidate Sandbar (天橋立), is a beautiful, three-kilometer long isthmus that spans the mouth of Miyazu Bay in northern Kyoto Prefecture. Amanohashidate roughly translates to "bridge in heaven", and it is said that the sandbar resembles a meandering pathway connecting heaven and earth when it is viewed from the mountains at either end of the bay.
“Ine no Funaya (伊根の舟屋)” is a small village located in Ine town, Kyoto prefecture. Ine is a small town in northern Kyoto, approx 130km away from Kyoto city. The village stretches approx 5km along Ine Bay.
It’s a traditional fishing village formed with over 200 rustic boathouses floating on Ine Bay, and this village is often described as “The Venice of Japan”. The unique and beautiful scenery of the village is also regarded as one of the most beautiful villages in Japan.
The thatched village or Kayabuki no Sato is the most visited attraction in Miyama. Almost the whole village is composed of old thatched houses and is carefully maintained as a cultural heritage site.
Guide fee, Pick up, Lunch, Entrance fee
Guide and driver tips
The tour would be using the Large Bus with 49 passenger seats, so this tour is not a private tour.
The bus will depart at the exact time if you late the bus will leave and will be no refund.