Route & Timetable

Hakuba
Nagano
Matsumoto
Kamikochi
Norikura
Takayama
Suwa
Tateyama Kurobe
Alpine Route

Hakuba is a true gem, and is known as one of Japan's most famous powder snow destinations. It has also been a venue host for the Nagano Winter Olympics in 1998, attracting winter sport lovers from far・・・

Being the centre of the Nagano Prefecture, Nagano City is a destination where old meets new. Zenkoji, one of Japan's most popular temples, is a must-visit for a traditional experience. We also recomme・・・

The National Treasure Matsumoto Castle (whether it be surrounded by cherry blossoms or by snow) is a must-visit in the area. Take a stroll around what once used to be a lively castle town. The Matsumo・・・

Kamikochi is one of Japan's most popular mountain resort destinations. Located at the base of Japan's Northern Alps, this area offers a variety of sightseeing spots such as Kappa Bridge, Taisho Pond a・・・

Spread across the base of Mount Norikuradake, Norikura Kogen is a place filled with natural attractions all year round. In autumn, the beautiful red and gold coloured leaves cover the surface of the m・・・

Takayama is a historical mountain village located in the Hida region of Japan. The city is a scenic backdrop for plenty of sightseeing and fun activities. If you love history, why not visit the famous・・・

Suwa is often compared to Switzerland in Europe with its similarities of natural beauty, climate and speciality in the watchmaking industry. The Suwa Grand Shrine, located near the beautiful Suwa Lake・・・

The Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route passes through the Northern Japanese Alps and is famous for its giant walls made of snow, which reach up to 20 metres high. Visitors can walk through the route from mi・・・

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