Historical castle and Japanese culture
Odawara Castle is one of the closest castles to Tokyo – it takes only one hour by car to get there. Odawara Castle was the family residence of the feudal lord Hojo. You can retrace the mighty steps of Japanese feudal lords in this elegant place which has survived through the Edo age until today.
|Tour Name||Odawara Castle, Hakone, Mt. Fuji and Sake Brewery tour|
|Tour Type||Whole day|
#Hakone Shrine,/ Lake Ashi
#Viewing spot of Mt. Fuji
|Remarks||You can choose spots or add.|
Up to 4 pax, no rental van fee.
Over 5 pax, $150 USD for van rental.
Starting around 8:30 ending around 18:00
|8:00||Pick up at hotel|
|16:00||Leave for Tokyo|
|18:00||Back to hotel|
Up to 4 people
Up to 6 people
Up to 9 people
After visiting Odawara Castle, we move up to Hakone Shrine, Lake Ashi, Gotemba, and Lake Yamanaka along Mt. Fuji. You can stop over at some of these sites.
After our lunch (ramen, udon, curry rice, etc), we move to our final destination, a place called “Sawanoi Open Air Garden”. This is next to the sake brewery and has a really nice nature atmosphere along the river, you can hear the birds singing. They have a tasting bar where you can try some of their original Sake. Each cup of Sake starts at around 200 yen, and that includes the Japanese sake cup itself. So if you feel like having another one, just bring your first cup to the counter, and you will get another one for 100 yen (refill).