Japan OneDay accessible tours:Day tours available in many Japanese cities and prefectures specially designed for wheelchair users or travelers with special needs
Japan OneDay accessible tours: TOKYO
One day Barrier-free Tokyo Tour for Wheelchair Users
In this tour, an interpreter-guide that’s also a qualified home caregiver will guide you to famous sightseeing areas in Tokyo such as Asakusa, Shibuya, Harajuku while utilizing barrier free facilities!
Here is a private tour where you can enjoy the highlights of Tokyo with peace of mind even for wheelchair users. In Tokyo, the barrier-free environment is rapidly improving ahead of the Tokyo Olympics and Paralympic Games scheduled to be held in 2020. In this tour, an interpreter-guide that’s also a qualified home caregiver will guide you to famous sightseeing areas in Tokyo such as Asakusa, Shibuya, Harajuku while utilizing barrier free facilities.
During the 7 hours tours, from 09,30 to 16,30 you will see:
Asakusa and Sensoji Temple, Sumida Park, Shibuya Crossing & Hachiko, Harajuku Cat Street, Meiji Jingu Shrine (13:30-13:45)
After Sumida Park, we have lunch in Asakusa then go to Shibuya by subway(Meal not included)
¥16,000 for guests in wheelchairs
Children (7-12) & care providers: ¥12,000
¥24,000 for a solo guest (with no accompanying persons)
English Speaking Guide
Hotel pick up and drop off
Food and drinks
1-6（including friends, family, caregivers, etc.）
Japan OneDay accessible tours: MT FUJI
Barrier-Free Private Mt. Fuji Tour for Wheelchair Users
In this tour, your guide will take you to famous sightseeing areas near Mt. Fuji, while utilizing barrier free facilities! Mount Fuji is accessible!
On this tour you can experience the beauty of Mt. Fuji and the Fuji Five Lakes area up close. No one should miss out on Japan’s most famous and stunning mountain, so this is a wheelchair friendly tour which anyone can enjoy regardless of walking ability. We provide an English speaking private guide to help you get the most out of your day. You’ll see panoramic views either from Fuji 5th Station or from the Arakura Fuji Sengen Shrine followed by lunch at a traditional Japanese restaurant. You’ll also visit Oishi Park on the shore of Lake Kawaguchiko where you’ll see hundreds of flowers in front of an impressive full view of Mt. Fuji. From there you’ll visit traditional village Oshino Hakkai and Gaudi-style kimono museum Kubota Itchiku Art Museum.
This 11-hour tour will introduce you to one of Japan’s most iconic symbols: Mount Fuji
08,00 Pick-up from your hotel in wheelchair-friendly vehicle. Arrival at Mt. Fuji Subaru 5th Station the highest point you can reach by car. Situated halfway up the mountain, you’ll be able to say you’ve “been up” Mt. Fuji! From 5th Station you can enjoy panoramic views from 7,546 feet (2,300m) high. There’s even a post office where you can send a postcard from Mt. Fuji.
Between July 10th-September 10th private cars cannot access 5th station so instead you will visit Arakura Fuji Sengen Shrine and the Chureito Pagoda. This spot is also recommended during cherry blossom season. If you have ever seen a photo of a pagoda surrounded by cherry blossoms with Mt. Fuji in the background, chances are it was the Chureito Pagoda. You will be driven to the top of the hill where you can relax and enjoy the breathtaking views of Mt. Fuji, surrounded by cherry blossoms if you come during Spring.
AS ALTERNATIVE TOUR
Ensoleillé, the Lake Kawaguchiko Sightseeing Boat (10:30~11:30)
On this boat cruise you can enjoy floating on the lake, surrounded by the clear waters of Lake Kawaguchi on all sides, while staring up at the mountain above you.
Lunch at Idaten by Lake Kawaguchiko: Enjoy traditional Japanese tempura or noodles in this wheelchair friendly restaurant.
Later Kawaguchiko Oishi Park, Kubota Itchiku Art Museum (*museum is closed on Tuesdays except in October/November so Tuesday tours will instead see the Kawaguchiko Music Forest), Oshino Hakkai (A small village with eight springs filled with breathtakingly blue water and revered as the “springs of the gods”)
Return to hotel around 19,00
This price is per group, not per person.
Private transportation including gas and highway fees
Hotel pick-up and drop-off
English speaking guide
Food and drinks
Entrance fee to the museum (Itchiku Kubota Museum – 1,300 yen per person OR Music Forest Museum – 1,800 yen per person)
Ticket to the sightseeing boat if that activity is chosen (1,000 yen per person)
1-8（including friends, family, caregivers, etc.）
Japan OneDay accessible tours: OSAKA
One day Barrier-free Osaka Tour for Wheelchair Users
In this tour, your guide will take you to famous sightseeing areas in Osaka, while utilizing barrier free facilities! Osaka is accessible!
Here is a private 8 hrs tour where you can enjoy the highlights of Osaka with peace of mind even for wheelchair users.
This tour starts at your hotel accommodation then immediately heads to Osaka Castle. Osaka Castle fell in 1615 during the great Summer Battle of Osaka, but was reused by the Tokugawa Shogunate until the castle tower burned down in a lightning strike. The current castle tower, rebuilt in 1931, is the third generation.
After Osaka Castle, we will enjoy a stroll in part of Osaka’s “kitchen,” Kuromon Market. There is a big bustle every day as “Osaka’s Kitchen” flaunts its treasure trove of fresh ingredients.
After Kuromon market, move to Dotonbori. Afterwards, we have lunch at Dotonbori, your guide take you to the accessible and cozy restaurant at there.
After lunch, you will be taken further downtown to Osaka’s Shinsaibashi shopping street, which runs from Dotonbori.
Following Shinsaibashi, we move on to “Kita” (Umeda) area by subway. The last spot of this tour is “Umeda Sky Building.”
With a guide who knows Osaka, you are sure to have a very pleasant day exploring this great city!
¥16,000 for wheelchair guest（With other guests）
¥24,000 for solo wheelchair guest
Children（Age 7 -12）& care providers: ¥12,000
Hotel pick up and drop off
Public transportation fee
Admission fee at Osaka castle and Umeda Sky Building.
Food and drinks
Japan OneDay accessible tours: HIROSHIMA AND MIYAJIIMA
Hiroshima and Miyajima 1 Day Barrier Free Tour
A wheelchair friendly guided tour of Hiroshima and Miyajima.
Hiroshima is known for being the site where an atomic bomb was dropped on August 6th, 1945. Almost everything within a 2km radius of the bomb site was destroyed, causing great devastation to the city. Since the end of the war, much effort was put into rebuilding the city, while leaving many reminders in order not to forgot, like the surviving Atomic Bomb Dome. On the tour you will take a wheelchair friendly route around Hiroshima to view the Atomic Bomb Dome and Peace Park Memorial and Museum. The guide will allow you personal space to reflect, before escorting you on a barrier free route to Miyajima Island, where you’ll spend a lighter afternoon amongst the deer and famous red torii gate.
This tour is run using accessible public transportation, not with a private car. It is possible to conduct the tour using a private car upon request for an extra fee.
The tour will start at 09,00 and it’ll include: Atomic bomb dome, Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park, Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum, Lunch (not included), Green Mover Tram #2 to Hiroden-Miyajimaguchi, Itsukushima shrine and the red torii gates, Miyajima Daiganji Temple, Miyajima Omotesando Shopping Street, Return by ferry/train to hotel
￥16,000 per guest in a wheelchair
Children (6-12) & care providers: ¥13,000
¥30,000 for a solo guest (with no accompanying persons)
English speaking guide
Barrier free route
Hotel pickup and drop off
Public transport costs
Entry ticket to the museum
MORE JAPAN ONEDAY ACCESSIBLE TOURS:
Shimanto River Barrier-Free Tour
Shimanto River Outdoor Sauna Experience
Niyodo River Barrier-free Nature Tour
Kochi 1-day Barrier-free Tour
One-day Barrier-free Tour of Muroto
Barrier-Free Private Group Hakone Tour for Wheelchair Users
Detailed programs on request.
MULTI-DAYS JAPAN CUSTOMIZED ACCESSIBLE TOURS FOR WHEELCHAIR TRAVELERS ON REQUEST
BARRIER FREE HOTELS AND OTHER ACCESSIBLE TOURIST SERVICES ANYWHERE IN JAPAN ON REQUEST
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