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Kochi offers fantastic opportunities for marine life exploration. Embark on a 3-day adventure in the western part of Kochi, gear up, and dive into the crystal clear waters of the island of Ugurushima where a very colorful world awaits.

The western area of Kochi Prefecture is the destination for rustic explorations. Hop in a rental car and set off on a journey to explore local farms, traditions, and culture in Western Kochi.

Explore the central area of Kochi Prefecture on a 4-day self-driving tour. Enjoy the breathtaking views of the mighty Niyodo River, experience farms stays, browse local markets, and mingle with the locals.

This 4-day adventure takes you to the eastern parts of Kochi Prefecture where you have so much to discover. Marvel the Yoshino River, and opt for a rafting experience, enjoy unique flavors such as eggplant-flavored ice cream, visit a Monet-inspired garden – Central Kochi has so much to offer.

A variety of amazing local flavors await you on this 2-day food tour that takes you to the west of Kochi Prefecture. Try your hand at sushi making, learn about the power of koji, and enjoy the famous “katsuo-no-takaki” – the seared bonito.

Enjoy the amazingly rich food culture of Japan locally in the central area of Kochi Prefecture. Visit a sake brewery, sample yuzu and yuzu- related products, seared bonito, the so-called “katsuo-no-takaki” which is a true delicacy, and so much more on this overnight tour.

Kochi Prefecture offers some spectacular surfing opportunities. Head to the western coast, do some surfing, make friends with locals and those alike, explore the food culture, and more on this adventure-packed 3-day tour.

Eastern Kochi is your destination for great surfing beaches. Gear up and start exploring. Along the way, check out local eateries, cafes and also a Monet-inspired garden that offers magnificent views found on Impressionist paintings – a quite unique experience.

The Shimanto River which meanders through the mountains of western Shikoku is known for its clean water and unspoilt natural surroundings. On this adventure, you stay in a traditional Japanese cottage looked after by Australian Rosie Moloney, a long-time resident of Shikoku, and an enthusiastic guide to the area.

The Muroto Peninsula in Kochi forms the southeastern tip of Shikoku. The coastline is dotted with fascinating larval rock formations, and it was here that Kukai found enlightenment in a cave by the shore of the Pacific Ocean. Muroto is a Geopark, reflecting its geological heritage of international significance.

The highlands of Kochi offer an amazing experience for Japanese tea aficionados. Learn first-hand about the process of making sencha as well as goishi-cha, Japan’s rarest tea, from true masters of these traditions who will be happy to show you around and have you taste some truly unique flavors of this beloved national beverage.

Explore the Yoshino, the Niyodo, and the Shimanto – the three great rivers of Kochi, on the island of Shikoku on a 4-day cycling tour. Take in the amazing landscapes, enjoy the local flavors and much more on this exciting bike adventure.

Located on the Pacific coast of central Kochi in Shikoku, this 7-hour tour takes in Kochi City with local guides and public transport. It is a town full of enterprising spirit, and this tradition continues today. Enjoy your Kochi with us!

Discover Kochi City, the capital of Kochi Prefecture, situated on Shikoku, Japan's smallest main island. Begin you tour at Kochi Station, explore colorful local markets, enjoy wonderful Kochi flavors, visit the impressive Kochi Castle and so much more.

Explore the outskirts of Kochi City which have so much to offer. Take in the panoramic views of city from the Godaisan Observatory, visit the centuries old Chikurinji Temple, and stroll the magnificent Makino Botanical Garden on this afternoon tour.

This tour takes you on a little journey inspired by "washi" paper to the west of Kochi City. Visit Ino-cho Paper Museum and the home of a local "washi" artist. Get acquainted with Japanese "washi" paper, and have an opportunity to try your hand at this traditional Japanese craft.

Set out to the outskirts of Kochi City, visit Sakamoto Ryoma Memorial Museum dedicated to Ryoma Sakamoto - one of the most prominent figures of Japan’s past. Explore local flavors at an organic market, and relax at the scenic Katsurahama Beach.

You will be experiencing Japanese paper making, Learn about Yusahara and its connection to the Olympics, cycling along the Shimanto River (Known as the last clear stream of Japan), and visiting the known Kurogane workshop (Cutlery blacksmithing workshop).You will be surrounded by the beautiful nature, and the local people will make you feel welcomed.

This 2-day tour takes you around three of the most interesting and iconic Ohenro temples in Kochi Prefecture, Shikoku. You may also enjoy katsuo-no tataki or sashimi - delicacies Kochi is famous for at the local lively market.

Visit the world’s only certified replica of the famed Monet's garden in Giverny, France, right here in Kitagawa Village, Kochi Prefecture. Be at leisure, paint, and draw in any of the three gardens while taking in the atmosphere. On the second day venture into the breathtaking nature of the nearby Umaji Village and explore its varied scenery.

This 2-day tour takes you to one of the leading foreign-born washi paper-makers in Japan, Mr. Rogier Uitenboogaart. You will spend several sessions with Rogier, learning the craft and philosophy of washi-making - Kochi-style. Kochi is widely known for its high-quality washi paper, and is the best place to immerse oneself in this traditional art-and-craft form.

Embark on a wonderful journey through Shikoku and see its highlights with the convenience of a car. Explore temples on the Ohenro pilgrimage trail, visit Iya Valley, Kochi Castle, Shimanto River, and Matsuyama - the top Shikoku destinations.

This 8-day package tour brings you the Highlights of Japan's oldest pilgrimage trail - the Ohenro. Move around conveniently by car, visit the 12 top temples as well as scenic beaches, and have hiking and rafting opportunities as well.