Cycling in Japan

Cycling in Japan

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Cycling in Japan

14 Days Starting in Tokyo and ending in Kyoto

Visiting: Tokyo, Kanazawa, Noto Peninsula, Togi River, Wajima, Suzu, Wakura Onsen, Shirakawa, Takayama, Japanese Alps, Gujo Hachiman Castle, Nagara River, Gifu, Kyoto, Arashiyama

Tour operator:

Exodus

Tour code:

MOJ

Guide Type:

Fully Guided

Group size:

6 - 16

Physical rating:

Moderate / Challenging

Age range:

16 to 99

Special diets catered:

Please inform Exodus of specific dietary requirements

Tour operated in:
English
Trip Styles:

Active

Interests:

History, Photography

Activities:

Cycling, Sightseeing, Walking

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Tour Overview

There is no better way of experiencing the ever-changing landscapes of Japan than on two wheels, as we pedal from the rugged seascapes and wild beaches of the Noto Peninsula to picturesque farmlands and remote mountainous regions of Takayama and UNESCO Shirakawa-go, where we are able to get a close feel for the timeless rhythms and customs of the Japanese countryside. From temples, shrines and market visits, to hot springs and overnights in ryokans – traditional Japanese guesthouses – this trip offers excellent rural cycling without compromising on the cultural elements. No trip to Japan would be complete without a visit to Kyoto, Japan's age-old capital, with its peaceful Zen gardens and geisha districts and futuristic Tokyo: sprawling, inimitably busy and extraordinary.

Highlights

  • Cycle rural roads through peaceful Japanese countryside

  • Discover temples, zen gardens and geisha districts in Kyoto

  • Ride along the picturesque shores of the Noto Peninsula

  • Visit the UNESCO historic village of Shirakawa-go

  • Stay in authentic guesthouses and bathe in hot springs

Itinerary

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Day 1 : Start Tokyo
Location: Tokyo
Accommodation: Hotel
Meals Included: No Meals

Our tour starts in Tokyo, Japan’s busy capital boasting a unique contrast
of ultramodern and traditional, from neon-lit skyscrapers to historic
temples. With so much to see and do in Tokyo, we recommend arriving a day or
two early to explore the array of attractions at your own pace. Exodus can
book additional accommodation for you prior departure; please contact our
Operations or Sales teams for details and prices.

Day 2 : Morning Orientation Walk And Free Afternoon To Explore Tokyo
Location: Tokyo
Accommodation: Hotel
Meals Included: Breakfast

Today we enjoy a half day orientation tour of some Tokyo's highlights,
starting from the popular district of Asakusa, where we visit Semso-ji, a
Buddhist temple dating back to the 7th Century. We approach the temple via
the Nakamise, a shopping street where we can find a variety of traditional,
local snacks and souvenirs. We then continue towards the area of Ueno and
walk through the beautiful public park filled with temples, shrines and
about half a dozen museums. The afternoon is free for individual sightseeing
and your leader will be giving recommendations on other must-see attractions
in the city such as Shibuya, known for the busy crossing, and Meiji Shrine.

Day 3 : Train To Kanazawa, The Gateway To The Noto Peninsula; Afternoon Cycle Loop And Sightseeing
Location: Kanazawa, Noto Peninsula
Accommodation: Hotel
Meals Included: Breakfast

In the morning we take the express train (approx. 2.5 hours) to Kanazawa, in
the western Ishikawa Prefecture, an atmospheric town that once rivalled
Kyoto as the historical jewel of mainland Japan. After lunch we enjoy a short
cycling loop around the city, a good opportunity to fine-tune the bikes
whilst enjoying some of the main attractions in town. We will ride through
the popular Nagamachi Samurai District, an area which preserves a historic
atmosphere featuring samurai residences, narrow lanes and water canals.
We also visit Kenrokuen, one of Japan's most beautiful landscape gardens,
which is particularly spectacular during cherry blossom and autumn season. 

Day 4 : Cycle From Kanazawa To Togi, Along Rugged Coastline And Past Fishing Villages
Location: Kanazawa, Togi River
Accommodation: Hotel
Meals Included: Breakfast, Dinner

This morning we leave Kanazawa and cycle along the Sea of Japan until
reaching the popular Chirihama Beach driveway, where we pedal comfortably on
the hard packed sand beach for about 8km. This route is a unique attraction
in Japan as it is open not only to bikes but also to cars, allowing drivers
to get really close to the water's edge. Small stalls selling hamayaki
(grilled shellfish and fish) are set up along the coast from spring to summer
and offer a good opportunity for a refreshment stop. En route we also
visit Myojoji Temple dating back to the 17th Century and boasting a
wonderful early five storied Edo Period pagoda. We continue on the coastal
cycling path and then along the dramatic Noto Kongo Coast, often considered
the most dramatic section of the Noto Peninsula, until reaching Togi. Here we
check in at a traditional Japanese Inn, offering rooms with traditional futon
bedding as well as a public bath (onsen)

Day 5 : Rewarding Coastal Ride To Wajima; Enjoy Scenic Ocean Views And Rock Formations En Route
Location: Wajima
Accommodation: Hotel
Meals Included: Breakfast

Today we follow the beautiful coastline north of the Noto Peninsula, as we
cycle on quiet back roads lined by traditional wooden houses and rice fields.
The coastal journey to Wajima is undulating with some occasional steep climbs
but the effort will be rewarded by spectacular views of rugged coastline and
interesting rock formations along the way. In the afternoon we settle in our
accommodation in Wajima, a city centered around a protected harbor on the
Sea of Japan coast and famous for its lively morning market.

Day 6 : Early Morning Optional Market Visit; Cycle To Suzu; Enjoy Coastal Views And Verdant Rice Paddies Of Senmaida
Location: Suzu
Accommodation: Hotel
Meals Included: Breakfast, Dinner

This morning we have the option of joining the leader for an early visit to
the Wajima Morning Market, believed to date back over a thousand years.
Every day vendors and elderly women gather here to sell various goods,
including fresh seafood and lacquerware, the most well known local
handicraft. We then set off on our bikes and pedal along the remote
and rural coastal northern stretch of the Noto Peninsula throughout the
day, passing famous picturesque rice fields and salt farms en route. The
most famous sight we visit today is Senmaida, a hillside of over 1000
terraced rice fields whose colours and shapes contrast to the background of
the blue sea. We reach Suzu late afternoon and check in at our hotel by the
sea.

Day 7 : Final Ride Along The Noto Peninsula To The Popular Hot Spring Resort Of Wakura Onsen
Location: Noto Peninsula, Wakura Onsen
Accommodation: Hotel
Meals Included: Breakfast, Dinner

Leaving Suzu, today we cycle the last stretch of the Noto Peninsula as we
follow the undulating coastal route around Toyama Bay. Along the way we enjoy
coastal views and a scenic landscape dotted by fishing villages until
reaching the Wakura Onsen, a popular hot spring resort which history goes
back thousands of years. According to a legend, a local fisherman found a
wounded white heron curing its body in the ocean’s hot water. Today
the local waters rich in natural salts and minerals are still flowing and
their healing properties attract large numbers of visitors each year. We
will have the opportunity to soak in the hot springs at our traditional
accommodation or in one of the public baths in town - a regenerating treat
after days of cycling.

Day 8 : Travel To Unesco Shirakawa-Go Village By Train And Bus; Overnight In A Traditional Gassho-Zukuri Farmhouse
Location: Shirakawa
Accommodation: Hotel
Meals Included: Breakfast, Dinner

Today we take a break from cycling and experience a dramatic change of
landscape as we travel inland by train and then bus (approx. 3 hours)
to Shirakawa-go, a spectacular secluded mountainous region which was cut off
from the rest of the Japan for a long period of time. Villages in this area
are famous for their traditional gassho-zukuri farmhouses, which were
declared a UNESCO site in 1995. Their unique architectural style
characterised by steep thatched roofs developed over many generations with
the aim of withstanding heavy snowfalls during winter whilst providing a
large attic space for the cultivation of silkworms. We arrive in Shirakawa-go
in the afternoon in time to enjoy a leisurely walk through the
picture-perfect mountain village, with the opportunity to visit some of the
oldest buildings. Although not always guaranteed due to limited availability,
we usually spend the night at one or more gassho-zukuri houses, run by a
local farmers, allowing us to get a real feel of a Japanese family home.

Day 9 : Challenging Ride To Hida Takayama, At The Foothills Of The Japanese Alps
Location: Takayama, Japanese Alps
Accommodation: Hotel
Meals Included: Breakfast

Today is the most challenging ride of the trip as we cycle inland to Hida
Takayama, at the foothills of the Japanese Alps. Riding out of Shirakawa-go,
from an altitude of approx. 500m above sea level, we gradually climb up 1100m
for the first 45km of the route. There are some wonderful views to be
enjoyed along the way, from the picturesque shores of Miboro Lake and quaint
rural villages to hillsides and forested valleys which burst in colour
during the autumn season. On the last section of the ride we will enjoy two
great descents before reaching our destination Hida Takayama, often named
Little Kyoto because of the similarity of its architecture and quaint
atmosphere. 

Day 10 : Cycle To The Castle Town Of Gujo Hachiman, Past Little Villages, Local Shrines And Paddy Fields
Location: Gujo Hachiman Castle
Accommodation: Hotel
Meals Included: Breakfast, Dinner

Today we cycle the Hida Seseragi Highway, a beautiful route which follows the
swift mountain streams and one of the most popular places to experience the
striking autumn colours in Japan in season. Riding past little villages,
shrines and paddy fields, we reach the pleasant riverside town of
Gujo-hachiman, known for its pristine waterways and its 16th century castle.
Before dinner there is time for a pleasant stroll through the vibrant town's
centre and along the atmospheric canals and waterways which are still used
daily by locals for washing rice, vegetables and laundry. Time and energy
permitting there is also the option to walk to the hilltop castle built in
1559 by the local feudal lord from where one can enjoy wonderful vistas.

Day 11 : Cycle Along The Nagara River To The Town Of Gifu
Location: Nagara River, Gifu
Accommodation: Hotel
Meals Included: Breakfast

Today's pleasant and more leisurely ride follows the Nagara River, famed
across Japan for its clear water and quiet beauty. Some sections of the
riverside are particularly picturesque during cherry blossom season when
over 400 cherry trees in full and glorious bloom. We pedal along the river
for most of the day and make a stop in the pleasant town of Mino, a
century-old production centre of high quality traditional Japanese paper. Our
final destination today is Gifu where we should arrive in time for an
optional visit to the castle located atop Mount Kinka. Overnight in Gifu
City.

Day 12 : Travel To Kyoto By Train; Free Time For Sightseeing
Location: Kyoto
Accommodation: Hotel
Meals Included: Breakfast

Today we have another day off the bikes. After breakfast we travel by train
(approx. 2 hours) to the wonderful city of Kyoto. With over 2000 temples,
shrines and gardens, Kyoto is a treasure house of Japan's cultural heritage
and remains undoubtedly one of the most fascinating cities in Asia. Unlike
many other Japanese towns, it escaped the ravages of both the Second World
War and modern urban development thereby keeping intact much of the spirit
and architecture of traditional Japan. The day is free for individual
sightseeing with many highlights awaiting to be explored including Nijo
castle, built in 1603 as a residence for the Tokugawa shoguns, Kiyomiduzera
temple and the scenic Fushimi Inari Shrine, featured in the movie Memoirs of
a Geisha. We also recommend a walk in the historic district of Gion, which
is at its most atmospheric in the early evening, when the lanterns are lit
and apprentice geishas will flit about the back streets on their way to their
appointments.

Day 13 : Final Circular Ride In Kyoto Exploring The Pleasant District Of Arashiyama And Two Seasonal Temples
Location: Kyoto, Arashiyama
Accommodation: Hotel
Meals Included: Breakfast

Today's cycling loop explores some of the best areas and attractions of
Kyoto, heading first towards Arashiyama, a pleasant district in the western
outskirts of the city. The area has been a popular destination since the
Heian Period (794-1185), when nobles would enjoy its natural setting. After
pedalling through its charming centre, via the iconic Togetsukyo Bridge
and bamboo grove, we continue back into Kyoto following a different route.
En route we stop for a visit to Ryoanji Temple, the site of Japan's most
famous rock garden, and the splendid Kinkakuji (also known as the Golden
Pavilion), one of Japan's most iconic landmarks. Finally, we cycle via the
famous Philosopher's Path, a pedestrian and cycling path that follows a
cherry-tree-lined canal in northern Kyoto, until reaching Kyoto station where
our last ride finishes.
In the evening the leader will be arranging an optional celebratory farewell
dinner in one of the most authentic restaurants in the city.

Day 14 : End Kyoto
Location: Kyoto
Meals Included: breakfast


The tour ends this morning after breakfast for land only clients.

What's Included

  • Local bike hire

  • All accommodation 

  • All breakfasts and 5 dinners

  • Flights from London (if booking incl. flights)

  • Group transfers (for group flights)

  • All transport and listed activities

What's Not Included

  • Visas or vaccinations

  • Travel insurance

  • Single accommodation (available on request for 7 nights only in Tokyo, Kanazawa, Wajima, Gifu and Kyoto)

Accommodation

We use a mix of hotels and ryokans (traditional Japanese inns).

The hotels are usually centrally located, have modern facilities, and English-speaking staff.

We also stay in ryokans (traditional inns). While comfortable and full of local character, rooms do not generally have private facilities and bedding is normally thick futon mattresses placed on tatami mats on the floor. Almost all the accommodations have a private onsen, which means you can soak as soon as you arrive in from cycling, a superb way to recuperate after a day on the bike.

In the Unesco-listed town of Shirakawa-go, we usually spend one night in a gassho-zukuri farmhouse. In the traditional style, guest rooms come with tatami mat floors, futons and a low table. Toilets are typically modern but shared. Due to limited availability, the group may stay in different houses near each other and the accommodation may be dormitory style with up to six people (split according to sex) sharing a room. Staying here is a unique and memorable experience.

A single supplement can be booked only for the seven nights’ hotel accommodation in Tokyo, Kanazawa, Wajima, Gifu and Kyoto for a supplement payable at the time of booking and subject to availability. Elsewhere a single room may be available locally on payment of a supplement but, as some of the hotels and ryokans used are quite small, this cannot be guaranteed.

Please note, the below accommodations are the standard. However, there may be some departures where groups stay at similar establishments of a similar quality.

Tokyo: Hotel Sunroute Stellar Ueno or Hotel Sunroute Asakusa Hotel
Kanazawa: Garden Hotel or Daiwa Roynet Miyabi
Togi: Kogetsukan Ryokan
Wajima: Route Inn Hotel
Suzu: Noto Jiso Ryokan
Wakura Onsen: Noto Club
Shirakawago: Gassho Zukuri Houses or Toyota Shirakawa-Go Eco-Institute (when gassho-zukuri not available)
Takayama: Wat Hotel/SPA Alpina or Hida Tomoe Hotel
Gujo Hachiman: Onoso Ryokan
Gifu: Hotel Resol Gifu
Kyoto: Hotel Resol Kyoto Kawaramachi Sanjo or Vista Premio

Onsen (Japanese public bath)

For many visitors to Japan, the onsen is unfamiliar territory. An onsen is a Japanese hot spring and the bathing facilities and inns frequently situated around them. The combination of a strict bathing etiquette, that nudity is compulsory, and that the water temperature is often hotter than most hot tubs can cause some reluctance for first timers. However, once the courage is mustered, you may discover that an onsen dip is a trip highlight. Please note, you may be refused entry if you have large, visible tattoos. The leader will explain etiquette but it is expected that you shower before stepping into the hot spring/bath.

Food

All breakfasts and 5 dinners are included. Japanese cuisine is usually one of the main highlights of any trip to Japan. It is based on rice with miso soup and other dishes which are usually prepared with seasonal ingredients. Seafood is very common, and it usually comes grilled or deep fried. Sushi and sashimi aside, other staple dishes include Soba or Udon noodles, Sukiyaki (meat, fish and vegetables cooked in broth) and Yakiniku (grilled meat). The included dinners are usually taken at ryokans (traditional guesthouses) which will serve a /kaiseki/ style dinner, a multi-course meal including a dozen of tiny dishes prepared with locally-sourced seasonal ingredients. When food is not included, your leader will be able to recommend the best local eateries and arrange some group meals for a full immersion in Japan's varied and excellent cuisine.  Please note that in Japan the availability of certain specialised products for restricted diets, e.g. gluten-free, strict vegetarian (no fish/seafood) or vegan is minimal or non-existent. The group meals arranged by the tour leader will be in traditional eateries where the choices of vegan dishes may be limited to simple salads or boiled rice, however in In Kyoto and Tokyo a number of vegan restaurants are available.  You may also find it beneficial to bring some 'cycling snacks' with you from home if you have high energy bars or gels that you like to use during a ride. For those who wish to contribute a kitty is normally arranged and will be used to provide snacks and drinks during the rides.

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Reviews from Travellers on this Tour

Wonderful Experience

A wonderful insight to this facinating country. Seeing the country by bike is certainly the best way to do it, giving the opportunity to get an insight into the real Japan and it's people. We travelled in late November, spot on for autumn colours but obviously run the risk of colder, wet and windy weather. That said a bit of rain and strong headwind are a price worth paying. Accommodation was a mixture local Ryokans and modern hotels. The standard of the hotels was mixed, but generally very good. The food was one of the highlights, lots of real japanese food in all its guises from formal set meals (dressed in traditional kimonos) to simple noodles or curry/rice for lunch. Another highlight was definitely the guide Tatsuya 'Tea' along with his driver Tiachi and assistant Akiko. Organisation was calm and slick with clearly a lot of effort going on behind the scenes. The last couple of days are in Kyoto, this is good, but the hords of fellow tourists at the big attractions make you realise how special the time cycling away from the crowds was. If you are thinking of visiting Japan and are modestly cycle fit I would wholeheartedly recommend this trip (and in our case it attracted a very pleasant, like-minded group of people to share our experience).

Cycling through cherry blossoms

Japan- an incredibly fascinating country with a culture like no other. The 2 week bike trip was a wonderful way to start to get to know Japan. Of course cycling is the best way to travel anywhere but having guides that explain their beloved country, teach you some of its culture, try to teach you the social skills that the Japanese excel at, getting you to test all the interesting food, giving history lessons and nature lessons, explaining the Shinto or Buddhist religion all the while giving you a great cycling experience makes the entire experience beyond memorable. The choice of the route gave us a good variety places to see. Staying in the Japanese inns ( ryokans) was amazing and definitely a must on any Japan trip. The food is an experience all on its own and if you are a fish lover than you will be in paradise. I really felt that the trip was complete and didn't just focus on one element of Japan so I never felt that I had too much of any one thing which was great. The description of the tour corresponded to what the trip really was and that is always appreciated. In the end, I didn't have too many preconceived notions of what I would be seeing and I can tell you that I was constantly amazed and ended up having enormous respect for the Japanese and their way of life. I thought my own country of Switzerland was well run but Japan wins on that respect. Kudos to the people of Japan and their being so courteous towards us tourists. Weeks later I am still feeling the effects of this trip and it is wonderful. Oh and thanks to Mother Nature for blessing us with the cherry blossoms.

An excellent introduction to Japan.

We have always wanted to visit Japan and this trip gave us a wonderful opportunity to visit the cities, rural areas, travel by train, experience Japanese cuisine and, best of all, explore by bike. The itinerary was varied and interesting. Onsens (hot baths) have to be experienced and helped relieve tired and aching muscles at the end of the day. We stayed in a mixture of modern hotels and the more traditional ryokans with tatami mats and futons. The Japanese people we met were always polite, pleasant and helpful. This was a travel experience like no other. Just do it.

Put this on your to-do list. Every day a winner.

This was an amazingly rich first experience of travelling in Japan. The trip offers an excellent balance with cycling in varied and impressive scenery, countless included visits along the way allowing insight into the history and heritage of the country, and full immersion into the culinary and lifestyle culture.

Cycling in Japan

This is a great holiday for those who enjoy cycling in great scenery and want to learn a bit about Japanese culture and the Japanese way of life en route. It offers a bit of everything and includes great cycling, lovely countryside, traditional inns with traditional food, rooms, sleeping arrangements and hot springs. The guides make sure that all venues that offer education and enjoyment are visited during the cycling, so that overall one is left with a feeling that one has achieved some insight into Japan which is a very different society from ours. It was an inspirational trip with wonderful guides who made sure that we experienced all that there was to experience.

Incredible Trip!

This trip was an excellent intro to Japan! It covered a huge variety from highlights of sprawling Tokyo to rural seaside and mountain villages as well as offering insight into Japanese culture through the eyes of our wonderful local guides, “Tea” and “TaiChi”. Despite the weather being colder and wetter than expected ( trust me, bring full waterproofs especially hands and feet as temps were also near zero in places), the sheer adventure of cycling along a beach, up some challenging climbs to our local ryokan and wonderfully exquisite prepared dinners, the photos relect is all smiling through the weather! The rides were punctuated with well thought out cultural stops and a wonderful selection of lunch spots. I would highly recommend this trip!

Truly a magical tour. It will make you want to return .....soon !

If ever you wanted proof that cycling is a great way to get to know a country then this is it. And what a country. So different in every respect to the UK. The upside of travelling in November is the glorious colours to be seen all around you, enhanced if you're lucky by blue skies. The downside, and this was outside anyone's control even our meticulous leader 'Tea', is that the weather can be changeable and quite cold at times.We had some challenging days cycling against a very determined headwind. If you're a hardy northerner this will be no problem, but if you're a southern softie bring plenty of layers. Having said that most of the rain fell at night and we were only caught out once and that was at the end of a ride, so you could say that luck was on our side. For the most part the cycling was on quiet back roads with plenty of interesting stop-offs along the way, where our knowledgeable guides shared their knowledge and passion for their country. Hotels were a mix of western and traditional japanese inns which were generally of a higher standard than you might experience on many Exodus holidays. The traditional inns were very special and allowed you to immerse yourself, sometimes literally, into this unique culture. The food was excellent, but you do have to be prepared to experiment with a cuisine that is distinctly different from ours. The phrase 'holiday of a lifetime' is probably overused, but if you're prepared to soak up the culture, be experimental and are relatively fit then this holiday will probably come very close to matching that description. And of course the toilets - you're going to be very disappointed when you return to the UK or anywhere else for that matter!!

A fascinating gastronomic cycle trip

A wonderful insight into Japanese culture landscape and gastronomy. Spectacular views, peaceful countryside, bustling cities and tranquil temples. Moderate to challenging cycling is a good description and in November be prepared with suitable base layers for a wide range of climates.

Coastal cycling in Japan

Wow what an amazing trip ! Cycling in Japan is a truly fantastic and interesting cycling trip.

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