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Experience stunning autumn colors minus the crowds at one of Nagoya’s most beautiful Japanese landscape gardens. Have Matcha tea and sweets at a traditional Japanese house and even make a little charm to remember your time by.
Adults: 19,300 yen/person
5 ~ 12 years old: 9,650 yen/person
0 ~ 4 years old: free
November 23. 2023 – December 10. 2023
13:00 – 16:30 (3.5 hours)
English, German, Spanish, Japanese
Embarking on an autumn tour in Nagoya is like stepping into a picturesque scene from a traditional Japanese painting. As the leaves transform into a vivid tapestry of reds and golds, visitors are treated to a truly immersive cultural experience.
The tour begins with a casual tea ceremony at an old Japanese house.
Following this, a hands-on workshop awaits, where visitors can craft their own Omamori charms, imbuing them with personal wishes and prayers.
After indulging in the artistry of Japanese tradition, a leisurely walk through the enchanting Tokugawa Garden awaits. Here, beneath a canopy of vibrant autumn leaves, the serene beauty of nature merges seamlessly with the elegance of Japanese culture, creating an unforgettable autumn experience in Nagoya.
Meet your guide at Kurumamichi Station Exit 1 and walk the old streets of Nagoya to an almost 100-year-old typical Japanese house.
With the help of your Japanese host, learn how to make an Omamori lucky charm using autumn-themed fabrics. This will be a fantastic gift or a great reminder of your autumn tour in Nagoya.
The house owner will prepare a semi-formal tea ceremony and then serve you matcha tea and local sweets in a tatami mat room.
Continue your exploration of Nagoya’s quiet streets until you arrive at Tokugawa Garden.
Together with your guide, you will explore the beautiful autumn foliage of the Tokugawa Garden while learning about the history, nature, and architecture of this traditional Japanese Garden. You will also enjoy some traditional Japanese snacks with a fantastic view.
The tour ends at Tokugawa Garden but your guide will be happy to help you find your way to the next destination or your hotel.
We are the co-founders of Nagoya is not boring. We look forward to guiding you around our second home Nagoya and its off-beat surroundings.
Lena is from Germany and she especially loves exploring food and food culture in Japan. Her favorite food is Hitsumabushi, Nagoya’s version of grilled eel on rice.
Elly, from the resort island of Mallorca in Spain, loves all things Japanese culture and history like Kimono, a traditional dance called Nihon Buyo, and Sake.