Rikuzentakata 3-day excursion

Rikuzentakata 3-day excursion

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$725 per person
Minimum 2 participants; solo guests may book at the price of 2 participants

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Learn the story of this beautiful town rising from the rubble of the 2011 disasters

Details

  • Location: Rikuzentakata, Iwate

  • 2 nights and 3 days

  • 8 people max. Minimum of 2 participants required. (Solo guest may book at the price of 2 participants)

  • Offered in Japanese, with friendly guide interpreting in English, Spanish, or Chinese.

Tragedy and Resilience

Rikuzentakata, a quiet coastal town not known to many, was put on the map after the March 11th, 2011 tsunami. 7 years later, leaving very little trace of the place it once was, reconstruction still takes place. As Rikuzentakata opens its next chapter by reviving its town, it continues to create new ways for travelers to explore the Takata region. From fresh seafood to traditional Japanese carpentry, Rikuzentakata possesses endless charms of countryside living and has never been more ready to share that with the global community.

What you’ll do

Day 1
11:00 | Arrive/Pickup at Rikuzentakata Station
11:30 | Rikuzentakata Memorial Experience
13:00 | Lunch
14:00 | Hirota-cho outing
17:00 | Local resident's home & dinner*
18:00 | Local resident’s home stay*

Day 2
8:00 | Breakfast
9:30 | Kesen Carpentry and Folklore Museum outing & Tea
11:00 | Observation tower
12:00 | Lunch
13:00 | Free time at Abasse
15:00 | Kesen Carpentry Experience
17:00 | Dinner
20:00 | Stay at Hakoneyama Terrace**

Day 3
9:00 | Breakfast**
10:00 | Oyster Farm Experience
13:00 | Lunch

Included

3 Experiences, 2 outings, a local resident’s home experience, meals and transportation within Rikuzentakata.

Availability

By request. Please contact us at info@deeperjapan.com to ask about the dates you are interested in.

What else you should know

You will be charged 150USD for the stay and breakfast at Hakoneyama Terrace separately.

The stay at the local resident's home is offered as an agricultural and fishery produce experience based on the guidelines provided by Iwate Prefecture.

A local guide will be with you to accommodate language barriers, and share the local history of Rikuzentakata through their stories.

Access

Approximately 5 hours away from Tokyo.

Cancellation Policy

Any experience can be canceled and fully refunded within 12 hours of purchase. See cancellation policy here.
Reservations made between 4 days before to the day of your scheduled experience will be exempted from this policy. No refunds will be given for such reservations.
* A detailed itinerary will be emailed to you once your booking has been confirmed.

 

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