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Shussaigama

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3368 Shussai, Hikawacho, Izumo 699-0612 Shimane Prefecture
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Izumo Taisha Shrine Private Guided Tour by Chartered Vehicle
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Izumo Taisha Shrine Private Guided Tour by Chartered Vehicle

Get a taste of Izumo area with this 4 hours tour. You will be able to visit historical and most popular sites in Izumo area, including Izumo Shrine.<br>This is an exclusive tour by our chartered vehicles. You don't have to hurry for any other tourist. This tour is only for your group! The local English speaking guide will be attended and welcome you. The tour can be started any hotels in Shimane. The tour course can be customized as long as it fits in 4 hours. <br><br>Recommended places to visit<br>・Izumo Taisha Shrine<br>・Hino Cape and Izumo Hinomisaki Lighthouse, the stunning view of ocean and sunset.<br>・Suga Shrine is known as the birthplace of waka, a form of poetry.<br>・Susa Shrine is located deep in the mountains of Sada in Izumo.
$364.26 per adult
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lostintransportation wrote a review Sep 2017
London, United Kingdom261 contributions153 helpful votes
Every time we come to Japan my better half drags me up to Matsue to meet her nursery school friend who patiently drives us all the way to Shussai-gama so we can spend an hour or so browsing around the shop and making ourselves tea whilst the staff pack-up what-ever pottery we've chosen this time. As usual the range of handcrafted ceramic things was extensive and very interesting and as usual we left with a lot fewer ichiman yen notes than we arrived with. However, this time we had a guide around the factory area and got to see the six chamber climbing kiln (Nobori-gama). The guide was really interesting in her explanations and was delighted to hear that a few weeks earlier we had been in St Ives to see Bernard Leach's pottery which has a smaller 3 chamber kiln.
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Date of experience: June 2017
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lostintransportation wrote a review Jun 2017
London, United Kingdom261 contributions153 helpful votes
Every time we come to Japan my better half drags me up to Matsue to meet her nursery school friend who patiently drives us all the way to Shussai-gama so we can spend an hour or so browsing around the shop and making ourselves tea whilst the staff pack-up what-ever pottery we've chosen this time. As usual the range of handcrafted ceramic things was extensive and very interesting and as usual we left with a lot fewer ichiman yen notes than we arrived with. However, this time we had a guide around the factory area and got to see the six chamber climbing kiln (Nobori-gama). The guide was really interesting in her explanations and was delighted to hear that a few weeks earlier we had been in St Ives to see Bernard Leach's pottery which has a smaller 3 chamber kiln.
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Date of experience: June 2017
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