Tattoos OK!! Tokyo Hiking & Hot Springs

合計時間 : 6.5hours

What To Expect

Join this beginner-friendly nature hiking tour in Okutama, a nature-rich area located in the west side of Tokyo, and go on a half-day getaway to refresh yourself!!

The following is what you can typically expect from our tour. (Subject to change depending on the season and other circumstances.)

1)Sake brewery
We'll visit a sake(rice wine) brewery with 300 years of history to learn about the traditional process of making sake, and of course, taste some freshly-brewed sake.

We'll hike along a river running through the mountains. The trail is designed with beginners in mind, so you can fully take in the beautiful scenery that changes its expression throughout the four seasons.

3)Wasabi shop
Okutama is a well-known producer of wasabi thanks to its clean air and water. We'll visit a small shop specializing in wasabi to try out a variety of wasabi products. You may already be familiar with wasabi as a condiment for sushi, but here you get to find wasabi in many different forms.

4)Onsen hot springs (tattoos allowed)
100% natural hot springs flowing directly from the oldest stratum in Japan. You can indulge yourself in both indoor and outdoor hot springs, while enjoying stunning nature views.

5)Delicious meal
After enjoying the hot springs, we'll have a nice meal at a restaurant with a whole selection of delicious food such as udon, soba and tempura

Additional Info

・Please note that all children under 13 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
・Always communicate through wasabijp. To protect your payment, never transfer money or communicate outside of the wasabijp website.
・We do not accept if you have bad health condition or drunk when you arrived.
・If you are late, you will not be able to experience all or part of it, or even if you can experience it, it will be until the original scheduled end time.

Cancellation policy

All sales are final and incur 100% cancellation penalties.

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