Insurance is not included in the tour price. Credit cards are not accepted. Reservation 3 days in advance is requested. Tour guide Takashi reconfirms your application.
Notes
Pay in cash of JPY
Customers are requested to pay the guide fee in cash at the end of the guide service.
Payment policy
E-mail 1: tmmurakami@citrus.ocn.ne.jp

E-mail 2: takashitourguide@gmail.com
To make a reservation, send an email to me with (1) your name (2) name of your country (3) number of participants
(4) desired tour date (5) name of your hotel at Kanazawa
Takashi Murakami (official licensed tour guide)
English
080-3044-3963

Tour guide's name and language
Guide's cellphone number for emergency
Board on highway bus at 7:20 a.m. at Kanazawa-Arrive at Wajima at 9:46 a.m.-Stroll Wajima morning market - Lunch - Kiriko festival lantern museum - Board a bus for Shirayome one thousand rice terraces - Board highway bus at 3:03 p.m.-get back to Kanazawa at 5:03 pm.
Duration: 9 hours
Itinerary and Duration of the Tour
Tour guide fee: a group of not more than 15 persons, 28,000 JPY, which includes a guide's transportation fares.
Transportation fare/person : Bus fare Kanazawa - Wajima \2,260, Wajima - Kanazawa \2,260.
Admission fee/person: Wajima lacquerware museum \300, Kiriko festival lantern museum \620
Lunch and personal expenses are not included. Sorry, please pay a lunch for a guide.
Tour price, Expenses not included in the tour price
Tour starts Kanazawa at 7:20 a.m. and ends in Kanazawa at 5:03 p.m.
We will meet at your hotel lobby at 7:00 a.m.
Tour time,
Meeting time and place
Noto Peninsula stretches out into the Sea of Japan more than 100 km north. The city of Wajima is situated at the tip of the peninsula, and is known for its morning market and home of lacquerware.
Wajima morning market is one of the three big morning markets in Japan. It has more than 1,000 years history. Wajima lacquerware was designated as an important intangible cultural asset in 1977. The lacquerware is known for its durability and elegant designs. Noto peninsula and coastal waters off the peninsula were designated as Globally Important Agricultural heritage by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations( FAO ) in 2011.
Features
Noto Peninsula and Wajima one-day tour guide
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