The Takamoriyama Fort , the predecessor of Naegi Castle, is said to have been built in the mid-1300s… Read More »Hiking to Naegi Castle Ruin, A castle in the sky in Gifu Prefecture
Even if you are interested in the country sides of Japan, you may be not sure where to go. There are a lot of places and trails that are not shown on tourist guides. There are country sides just out of large cities but not known to even most of Japanese tourists. We are going to take you day-tours to visit such places.
We provide English-speaking guide services for walking, hiking and trekking (including light mountain climbing) in the Tokai region (Gifu , Aichi , Mie , etc.) and the surrounding areas ( Shiga , Nagano, Kyoto, etc.). Most of the courses can be visited from major cities such as Nagoya and Kyoto. (Sorry currently we have no tour around Tokyo)
Please feel free to contact us as we can also provide information on courses other than those listed here.
If you like to walk on your own without a guide, please check the contents of this site. Most courses use public transportation such as trains and buses as much as possible.
All hiking / walking courses presented on this site are listed below. You can check the location of all courses on Google map. Courses indicated on the map include articles in Japanese.
List of hiking / walking courses
The list below shows the courses written in English only. If you like to see all courses yet-to-be translated from Japanese, please check here for the top page of Japanese version. Translation by Google button is available on each page.
This part of Nakasendo trail starts from Magome-juku, to Ochiai-juku and then to Nakatsugawa -j… Read More »Nakasendo Trekking: from Magome-juku, via Ochiai-juku to Nakatsugawa-juku
This trekking course starts from JR Nagiso Station , follows the Nakasendo , and walks from Tsu… Read More »Nakasendo Tsumago-juku to Magome-juku (trekking)