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SWing-Wun-Sen Heart Warms and Ordinary Local line

Tour feature and details

Japanese Rail way is the best accurate, safe and clean in the world.
The local line named “Sui-gun-sen” is not special rank rail, but it's ordinary and life-line. Every morning, School boys and girls say "O-ha-yo-oh"(good morning) each other and Aged people sleep well with peaceful out scene. You can feel Japanese heartwarming life and mind. The line runs through between Mito in Ibaragi Prefecture and Koriyama in Fukushima Prefecture, whose name refers to the first Kanji letter “Sui” (other reading of Mito’s Mi) and “Gun” (other reading of Kooriyama’s Koori). This line started in 1897, about 120 years ago. The tour title “Swing-Wun-sen”comes from my feeling of "swing" and "lucky (Wun in Japanese)" on this local line.

Course(Visiting Spots)

・Sui_gun_sen experience (Koriyama <–> Iwaki Ishikawa)
・Walking at Ishikawa town where was one of centers of democratic political movements in Meiji period.

Departure Time 9:00AM
Duration 3.5 hours
Number of People 1~12
Meeting Point JR Koriyama Station -West Exit
Tour End JR Koriyama Station -West Exit
What's Included ・Professional guide fee
・Small group private tour
What's Excluded ・Transportation fees to/from Koriyama station for the train for the guests and the customer on site and on time by cash (about 1520yen/person).
 - Rail fare: 760yen x2 for Koriyama to/from Ishikawa
・Food and drink, if any
Reservation Deadline 3 days before the tour
Others Travel insurance not be attached.
  • Teruo
  • Language:English
  • Interpreter Guide Number:EN70005
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Tour Fee

  • US$147 per group

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8 or more days before tour date
No Cancellation Fee
2-7 days before tour date
20% Cancellation Fee
1 day before tour date
50% Cancellation Fee
On the tour date or If you do not send a cancellation contact
100% Cancellation Fee

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