Guided Private Tour in, around and from Nagoya

We are offering guided private tour service in and from Nagoya. If you are interested in our model courses, please contact us.

名古屋周围有很多传统产业,也有很多像丰田汽车公司这样的现代产业。这里既有产业博物馆也有可以参观的现代化工厂。

Japanese Traditional Candles

Traditional Candle Visit Masumida Shrine and Traditional Candle workshop

Visit Takeda Shoten Workshop of Japanese traditional candles. If you are lucky, you can see the process of traditional candle making.

Masu of Masuya

“枡” 悠闲徒步游览!历史之都、水之都——大垣

漫步水门川河畔,丝柏的芳香会扑鼻而来,您已经走近“枡屋”了。“枡屋”既是作坊又是店铺,进入店门您就可以看到摆放着的各式各样的“枡”,既有传统的“枡”,也有用“枡”制作的钥匙链、便携式杂志架等,还有适合现代生活的商品,即便只是饱饱眼福也可享受其中。

Arimatsu

有松——东海道上的街道,有传统工艺品和有松扎染

People in Arimatsu thus started the Shibori tie-dying as a side business. This gained popularity and has become the area's industry until today by creating a history.

Kijishi-no-sato Yamaich

Kisoji: Tsumago-juku and Magome-juku

If you are interested in traditional craftwork, visit the "Kijishi-no-sato" which is in a 10 kilometer-distance from Tsumago-juku, where wood turning craftsmen gather. The "Nagiso Rokuro-zaiku", a traditional craftwork in this region uses spinning wheel to grind wood and make products. Its technique has been passed down over a thousand years. Each product is beautiful, yet practical. Do not miss the chance to see the fascinating skills and technique of the local professionals, which are reflected onto the artwork.

Fortune cat of Seto

Experiencing pottery in Seto

A 50 minute ride on a train from Nagoya station, and you will reach the town of porcelain, Seto. It is the country's leading production area of ceramic and porcelain with a long history, that in Japan people generally call pottery as "Seto-mono". Even today, there are many studios which keep on creating various art pieces. Have a relaxing moment in this historical town and experience pottery making to feel the alluring art of Japanese ceramic works.

Iga Kumihimo

Kumihimo workshop in Iga

Iga boasts for producing the highest production volume of Kumihimo in Japan, which is a traditional craft. In the old days, the Kumihimo textile was used for strings and straps for scrolls and Kacchu armor. Today it is applied to the Obijime Kimono fastening band. Would like to make your own as a memory of your trip? Even beginners can complete a key-holder strap or a bracelet in around 20 minutes.

The workshop is offered at an elegant traditional shop which was established by Hirozawa Tokusaburo, the person who introduced the Kumihimo techniques to Iga.

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