Free Nishi-Awa Virtual Tour: Explore Food, Culture, and Nature! [Cancelled]

Live in Tokushima with Japan Travel and local guides

By Geoff Day    - 2 min read
When: Saturday - Nov 21st 2020, 1:00pm - 2:30pm

Cancelled event

It has been reported this event is cancelled for the current year — please check the official site for more details.

Last updated: Jan 15, 2021

Join us from the comfort of your own home this weekend as we explore the food, culture, and nature of Nishi-Awa in Tokushima Prefecture! Visit the traditional Ochiai Village, cross the famous Kazurabashi suspension bridge, and taste local delicacies!

Facebook Event Page

The event takes place live over Zoom Webinar, so simply click the link just before 1:00 pm (JST) on November 21st. We're looking forward to showing you around!

Zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81743873166
Starting November 21st, 1:00 pm JST (requires Zoom)

Tour Itinerary (schedule subject to change)

13:00 - Opening and Introductions
13:05 - Team A Introduction / Iya Valley Introduction
13:15 - Team B Introduction / Kazurabashi Vine Bridge
13:30 - Team A / Ochiai Village
13:45 - Team B / Hotel Kazurabashi Outdoor Baths
14:00 - Closing / Question and Answer

Nishi-Awa Website: https://nishi-awa.jp/english/
Iya Valley Tours: https://www.iyavalleytours.com/

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Geoff Day

Geoff Day @geoff.day

Explorer and COO for the Japan Travel team. Always on the lookout for unique adventures. Originally from Texas, I am approaching fifteen years in Japan. Feel free to message me for opportunities. 

Join the discussion

Novia Mardasari 4 months ago
I think the best time to visit is autumn :)
Susan Tumanon 5 months ago
Too bad I wasn't able to join. Will try the other virtual tours from the site.
Sleiman Azizi 5 months ago
The tour was a blast. The weather was perfect, the views stunning and the hosts engaging. Nice work folks, nice work.
Luca De Pasquale 5 months ago
Exciting, visited the place myself and I cannot wait to see it again !

Thank you for providing this amazing service to alla Japan Lovers out there
Kim 5 months ago
Looking forward to it!