To visit the Ashikaga Flower Park which is world's famous for its wisteria which was introduce by CNN, The Kurita Ceramic Ware Museum, Ashikaga Gakko which is the oldest academy in Japan, and Banna-ji Temple which was a family temple of the Ashikaga Shogunate.
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At your hotel or Tobu line Ashikaga-city station
Wisteria flowers its great flamboyance was designated as a place where you must visit once within your life by CNN.
Kurita Ceramic Ware Museum keeps Japanese beautiful porcelains and potteries where world's famous rock singer FREDDIE MERCURY and his group visited.
Ashikaga Gakko( school ) is the oldest academy in Japan. It is said that was built between 8th or 12th century and was an advanced education academy in the Middle Age.
Bannaji-Temple is a family Temple of Ashikaga Patriarch which build later the Ashikaga Shogunate a feudal lord. The Main hall is National Treasure.
same as above.
You will experience famous local tourist destinations at a time, even not a season of wisteria flower in bloom.
Not only a wisteria flower season, you can enjoy general flowers at the park at the less price .
guide fee, hotel pick-up from your hotel.
transportation fee (you and guide), admission fee ( Ashikaga flower park, Kurita Museum, Ashikaga gakko, and if any ) ,lunch, dinner,
・Even the Park is very crowded in the season of wisteria flower in bloom, it is worth visiting. The park & the museum and the Temple & the academy are close each other,
but two locations are isolated, so you need to take a taxi, a bus, or a train, or to ride a bicycle. We need to discuss to fix a device before tour.
・The best season of wisteria is between middle of April to the end of May, bur depending on the weather of the year.
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We are glad to have Akio as our guide to show us the nice and interesting places in Tokyo. Akio is very patient and never rush us. He told us some history and what is interesting about the places we saw. Without Akio, it would be very difficult for us to go around the subway stations in Tokyo. Thank you Akio.
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