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Sample route: Trip to Nagoya, Shirakawago, Sendai and Tokyo from Osaka

The 3rd sample route is to see around Nagoya, Shirakawago, Sendai and Tokyo departing from Osaka with 5-Day pass. 1 pass enables to travel around Japan!

Day 1
1

Depart from Osaka

Bus

Travel by bus with JBL pass

2

Arrive in Nagoya - Sightseeing in Nagoya

Arrive in Nagoya - Sightseeing in Nagoya
Nagoya, located in the center of Japan, was born in 1610 when the country was moved to Nagoya by Ieyasu Tokugawa. Nagoya is accessible to Osaka and Takayama/Shirakawago area. Lately many of travellers use Centrair aiport as the hub airport.
Hotel

Stay in or around Nagoya area

Day 2
 

Depart from Nagoya

Bus

Travel by bus with JBL pass

3

Arrive in Shirakawago - Sightseeing in Shirakawago village

Arrive in Shirakawago - Sightseeing in Shirakawago village
Shirakawago is a village and registered as the UNESCO world heritage site in Gifu Prefecture. The village is famous for its traditional gassho-zukuri farmhouses, some of which are more than 250 years old. Although the most famous season is winter, the village is beautiful with seasonal flowers and nature in all seasons.
 

Depart from Shirakawago

Bus

Travel by bus with JBL pass

 

Back to Nagoya

Hotel

Stay in or around Nagoya area

Day 3
 

Depart from Nagoya

Bus

Travel by night bus with JBL pass

Bus

Sleep in the bus

Day 4
4

Arrive in Sendai - Sightseeing in Sendai

Arrive in Sendai - Sightseeing in Sendai
Sendai is the largest city in the Tohoku Region and one of the country's 15 largest cities. After visiting the famous cities such as Tokyo, Kyoto, and Osaka, many of repeaters to Japan tend to visit the region. Sendai is also known as Sendai Tanabata Festival in summer.
 

Depart from Sendai

Bus

Travel by night bus with JBL pass

Bus

Sleep in the bus

Day 5
5

Arrive in Tokyo - Sightseeing in Tokyo

Arrive in Tokyo - Sightseeing in Tokyo
Tokyo is Japan's capital and the world's most populous metropolis. Tokyo offers an unlimited choice of shopping, entertainment, culture and dining to its visitors. The city's history can be appreciated in districts such as Asakusa and in many excellent museums, historic temples and gardens. As the entrance of Japan, many of travelers from all over the world visit there.
 

Depart from Tokyo

Train

Travel by local train

 

Arrive at Osaki Station

 

Depart from Osaki Station

Bus

Travel by bus with JBL pass

 

Arrive at Narita Airport