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Kita-Nagato Coast

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Kita-Nagato Coast

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Hagi 758-0001 Yamaguchi Prefecture
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Guided Cycling tour in Hagi with Sake Brewery Visit
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Guided Cycling tour in Hagi with Sake Brewery Visit

Tour Concept<br>Our new project “FURUSATO Cycling” tour is launched to offer an experience in which you can fully enjoy the “REAL HAGI”. We offer a guided cycling tour where you will be able to feel the local life and visit special spots which usually cannot be visited, while cycling through the beautiful countryside. <br><br>Our first tour project is centered on Japanese rice wine “sake”. We will follow the “made-in-Hagi sake” brewing process showing where the rice and water ingredients are collected. Also, we will be visiting the local sake brewery and rice polishing facility.<br><br>・Length of the course: Approx. 11 km.<br>・Time of tour: 3 hours 30 minutes<br>・Bike brand: Giant<br>・Equipped with a mud guard (rear wheel), a pouch and a drink holder.<br><br>* Private tours are also available *<br>Recommended for those who want to go around at their own pace and those who want to spend their private time.<br>Lunch is also available.<br>If you wish, please contact us separately.
$79.26 per adult
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Masahiro_12 wrote a review May 2017
Ichinomiya, Japan96 contributions31 helpful votes
I love the white sands of this beach. The place where the pine trees have been planted is called On'na-daiba. That was the place where the wives of Samurai tried to help their husbands who tried to defend the Chōshū Clan from the attack by the Western-Europe warship at the end of the Meiji era.
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Date of experience: May 2017
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Caroline I wrote a review Feb 2012
Masuda-shi, Shimane, Japan30 contributions23 helpful votes
Want to go to the beach where it's just you and a few other patrons, then this is the place!! It's only accessible by car, but totally worth it!
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