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  • 2-Day 1-Night Tour of Ginzan Onsen & Yama-dera Risshaku-ji Temple (With Day 2 Shuttle Service) Ginzan Onsen at Night (Photo courtesy of Yamagata Prefecture)
    2-Day 1-Night Tour of Ginzan Onsen & Yama-dera Risshaku-ji Temple (With Day 2 Shuttle Service)
        
    • Meals Included
    • Package

    1. This plan is set in Yamagata Prefecture. Visit Ginzan Onsen and Yama-dera, formally known as Risshaku-ji Temple, which are known as scenic spots of Yamagata. With a one-way shuttle service included on Day 2, customers can efficiently visit two sightseeing spots.
    2. Ginzan Onsen is a hot spring ryokan district that has retained its appearance from the Taisho period (1912-1926). The town streets, illuminated by gas lamps, are rich in atmosphere. Visitors can enjoy a variety of appearances throughout the seasons with verdant green, colored autumn leaves, or snowy landscapes.
    3. Founded in 860, Risshaku-ji Temple is a Tendai sect Buddhist temple of ancient and honorable origin which stands on a sacred mountain symbolic of Tohoku. After climbing the stairs with more than 1,000 steps, enjoy the wonderful seasonal landscape below. The view from Godaido Hall, which overlooks Yama-dera as it seems to stick out from the cliff, will have you wanting to take a picture of the scene.
    4. Stay at Ginzanso, a ryokan featuring a traditional Japanese appearance. Enjoy the scenery of the hot spring town on the 10-minute walk over. From the lodging you can also enjoy the view of Ginzan’s river and mountains.
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    • Departs
      Yamagata
    • Visits
      Yamagata
    • Duration
      approx. 2 days.

    from JPY 25,900

    to JPY 36,900

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    per person

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  • 2-Day Ginzan Onsen & Yama-dera Risshaku-ji Temple Tour via Yamagata Shinkansen (1 Night with Dinner & Breakfast, With Day 2 One-way Shuttle Service) Ginzan Onsen at Night (Photo courtesy of Yamagata Prefecture)
    2-Day Ginzan Onsen & Yama-dera Risshaku-ji Temple Tour via Yamagata Shinkansen (1 Night with Dinner & Breakfast, With Day 2 One-way Shuttle Service)
        
    • Meals Included
    • Shinkansen Bullet Train
    • Package

    1. From Tokyo, a one-way trip takes about 195 minutes aboard the Yamagata Shinkansen Tsubasa train to Oishida, the station nearest Ginzan Onsen. This easy 2-day short trip from Tokyo includes a 1-night accommodation at Ginzan Onsen, a famous scenic spot in Yamagata. On Day 2, use the included one-way taxi service to visit Yama-dera, formally known as Risshaku-ji Temple, and enjoy sightseeing!
    2. Ginzan Onsen is a hot spring ryokan district that has retained its appearance since the Taisho period (1912-1926). The town streets, illuminated by gas lamps, are rich in atmosphere. Visitors can enjoy a variety of appearances throughout the seasons with verdant green, colored autumn leaves, or snowy landscapes.
    3. Risshaku-ji Temple, also known as Yamadera, was founded in 860. It is a Tendai sect Buddhist temple of ancient and honorable origin which stands on a sacred mountain symbolic of Tohoku. After climbing the stairs with more than 1,000 steps, enjoy the wonderful seasonal landscape below. The view from Godaido Hall, which overlooks Yama-dera as it seems to stick out from the cliff, will have you wanting to take a picture of the scene.
    4. Stay at Ginzanso, a ryokan featuring a traditional Japanese appearance. Enjoy the scenery of the hot spring town on the 10-minute walk over. From the lodging you can also enjoy the view of Ginzan’s river and mountains.
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    • Departs
      Tokyo
    • Visits
      Yamagata
    • Duration
      approx. 2 days.

    from JPY 50,200

    to JPY 61,900

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    per person

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