THIS TOUR STARTS FROM A LOCATION OF YOUR CHOICE IN TOKYO.
You can pick your hotel, a train station or any other location as long as it is located within TOKYO CITY.
If you would like our assistance in reaching TOKYO, please book a customized bespoke tour instead.
|PRICES START FROM:
+ JPY14,636 PER PERSON FOR A GROUP OF 5 PEOPLE (TOYOTA ALPHARD) = JPY73,180/GROUP
+ JPY10,073 PER PERSON FOR A GROUP OF 8 PEOPLE (HIACE GRAND CABIN) = JPY80,580/GROUP
+ JPY10,435 PER PERSON FOR A GROUP OF 8 PEOPLE (HIACE LUXURY CABIN) = JPY83,480/GROUP
Each booking will be charged per vehicle, irrespective of the number of passengers. The price per person will depend on the number of passengers in your group travelling in a single vehicle. Please note the maximum occupancy limits for each vehicle while booking.
WHAT IS INCLUDED IN THE PACKAGE?
+ Vehicle designated in selected package (either a Toyota Alphard, HiAce Grand Cabin, or HiAce Luxury Cabin)
+ English speaking driver (the driver is not a guide & may only have basic English skills)
+ Tolls, Highway Fees, Parking Fees, Fuel (and other associated vehicle costs for this itinerary)
HOW CAN I ADD A TOUR GUIDE?
Pick a date & package; press the PROCEED BOOKING button. The next screen will offer you the option to add on a REGION EXPERT (a local guide with expert knowledge of the area, its history and culture) for an additional fee. Other add-ons may also be available.
This private package tour will start at a location of your choice within TOKYO and then proceed to your chosen destination options.
(Suggested time: 08:00 am – 16:00 pm)
*Available all year around but each winery has different holidays
Katsunuma, the region where Japan’s first wine was made.
In Yamanashi prefecture, Katsunuma lies in the beautiful countryside north of Mount Fuji. Katsunuma area is one of the Japan’s most famous kingdoms of fruit where grapes, peaches and plums are grown. The history of grape-growing is long and it has started in about the 17th century. There are 31 wineries, large and small, in Katsunuma where 27% of Japanese wine is produced. In October when vines are laden with grapes, lots of people come to enjoy visiting wineries and grape picking.
The History of Koshu Wines
The wines crafted in Yamanashi are generally called “Koshu wines.” To put briefly what makes them so distinct, it is that they pair well with Japanese cuisine. A refreshing acidity and clean flavor is the perfect match for sushi, sashimi and tempura.
Visit Kasunuma’s wineries to enjoy wine tasting
If you would like to see Japanese winemaking for yourself, there’s nothing better than visiting one of Katsunuma’s wineries. Visitors to the winery are given a guided tour of the grape farm and wine cellar by the same staff who makes the wine; at the end of the tour, you can taste and compare various wines in their tasting room. It will be sure to be an extravagant experience where you will be able to fully enjoy some of Japan’s best domestic wines.
During this Winery Tour, we will visit two famous Wineries in Yamanashi prefecture.
The tour will end with us dropping you off at a location of your choice in Tokyo.