Local sightseeing around Toyama Station and Tea Ceremony Experience

  • Area


  • Category

  • Time

    2 hours 30 minutes

  • Price

    12,000 JPY (with tax)

    Included in the price: experience guide fee, and transportation during the tour.
  • Meeting place&

    Toyama Station


  1. 15:00

    Toyama Station

  2. 15:15

    CiC Underground passage (walk around the remnants of the former postwar Yamiichi/explanation of fresh fish stores, rice sales, etc.)

  3. 15:30

    Go to the ground floor and ride the Tram

  4. 15:40

    Toyama Joshi Park (visit Toyama Castle)

  5. 16:00

    Armor experience (put on armor and take photos with Toyama Castle in the background)

  6. 16:30

    Tea ceremony experience (experience in a traditional tea room) 

  7. 17:30

    Toyama Station

Experience the tea ceremony in a historic tea room with an English-speaking guide. A cup of green tea and Japanese sweets will be served.

With an English-speaking guide, you will board a Tram running in Toyama City.

Experience the armor and take a commemorative photo with Toyama Castle in the background. You will can enjoy the feeling of being a military commander in the Warring States period.

You will walk through the local underpass around Toyama Station. You can enjoy a local trip that you cannot find in guidebooks.

At Toyama Joshi Park you can see historic stone walls and historical exhibits.



12 persons  By 5:00 p.m. (Japan time) on the day before the event date

Minimum guests

2 persons


Customer may at any time cancel the Travel Contract by paying the following cancellation fees; the application for cancellation will be accepted within the business hours of the office to which the application is made.
From 20th day (or from 10th day in the case of one-day trip) …20% of travel fee 
From 7th day…30% of travel fee The day before the departuredate…40% of travel fee 
On the day of departure…50% of travel fee 
Cancellation after starting travel (Note3) or in the case of nonparticipation withoutnotice…100% of travel fee Remarks 


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