Conference Tourism (April 07, 2024)

About the tour fee,
- Only ONE Author: NTD 800 / USD 25
- The Other Authors per each/ Accompanying person: NTD 1,800 / USD 65 (Free for infants and toddlers (approximately ages 0-3) not occupying a seat.)

1. Lunch on own
2. The time schedule is only a reference. The actual time schedule depends on the conditions on that day.
3. The time is based on the local (Japan) time.
4. On account of everyone's active participation, the travel agency opens the registration of Conference Tourism (April 07, 2024) again. If you are interested in Conference Tourism, please complete the registration as soon as possible in case the travel agency cannot process it in time.
The deadline for registration is on January 31, 2024, please be sure to complete the registration and payment within the time. After the registration deadline, if you want to participate in the tour, please send email to us and ask if there is any vacancy.

    08:30    ANA Crowne Plaza Kanazawa
  • 09:45 ~ 10:30    Gokayama
  • 12:00 ~ 14:30    Takayama Furuimachinami
  • 15:40 ~ 16:50    Historic Villages of Shirakawa-go and Gokayama
  • 18:00    Return to ANA Crowne Plaza Kanazawa
Gokayama in Toyama, Japan, is a UNESCO-listed area known for traditional gasshō-zukuri houses. Its seclusion along the Shōgawa river contributed to preserving a traditional lifestyle and culture. Ainokura and Suganuma are historic gasshō hamlets in Taira and Kamitaira.

Takayama Furuimachinami
Takayama Old Town, with three thriving streets in the castle town, especially "Sanmachi-dori," is a famous tourist spot. It showcases lattice buildings, sake breweries, traditional homes, and shops for crafts and dolls, drawing a constant flow of tourists.

Historic Villages of Shirakawa-go and Gokayama
Shirakawa-gō and Gokayama, UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Japan, encompass three historic mountain villages over 68 hectares in the remote Shogawa river valley, spanning Gifu and Toyama Prefectures. The architectural style, gasshō-zukuri, ensures the farmhouses efficiently shed snow in the snowy mountain region.