Discover Tokushima’s Hidden Treasures at the comfort of your own home!
Join the virtual tour of Tokushima Prefecture’s Nishi-Awa region, and explore why it is called the “Shangri-la” of Shikoku. This tour is FREE and open for everyone.
Tour is scheduled on Saturday, November 21, 2020, from 12:00 - 1:30 PM (PH Standard Time), via Zoom Videoconferencing....
Check the post below to know more about this unique experience!
[A New Virtual Tour of Tokushima’s Hidden Treasures!]
Are you considering a trip to #Japan after the COVID-19 pandemic subsides? Why don’t you join us on a tour... of Tokushima Prefecture’s Nishi-Awa region, known as the “Shangri-la” of Shikoku? We’re confident your experience will make you want to visit Tokushima in person!
Through this online tour, you will experience walking through the magnificent natural environment of Iya Kazurabashi Bridge, enjoying local cuisine at a restaurant popular with the locals, staying at a traditional thatch-roofed house of old Japan, spending time by an irori hearth, and daily life in a deep valley.
We hope you’ll take this opportunity to join us on a visit to Japan!
*The Nishi-Awa area of #Tokushima Prefecture is certified as “SAVOR JAPAN”, drawing attention from overseas visitors with its unique food, agriculture, forestry and fishing, and traditional culture.
Tour date and time: 1:00 pm to 2:30 pm, Saturday, November 21, 2020 (scheduled) [JST]
How to join: The virtual trip will be conducted using the Zoom videoconferencing system. Participants will be responsible for communication fees.
Please join by using the following Zoom invitation link on the day of the tour.
Invitation link to join the virtual tour↓
*Anyone can join the tour free of charge. However, please note that all tour guidance will be in English.