A Cycling Tour through Asuka’s Ancient History
Embark on a captivating cycling tour through Asuka Village, a time capsule that holds the secrets of Japan’s profound history during the Asuka period.
Our Travel Trade Manager, Brian, personally experienced the magic of this cycling tour when he visited Japan last December. His firsthand encounter with Asuka’s ancient wonders added a unique dimension to his understanding of Japan’s history and cultural roots. Brian’s insights and passion for this tour make it an exceptional and enriching experience for every traveler.
Join us, Links Travel and Tours, as we guide you through the characteristic ancient tombs and unfold the turbulent story of Japan’s rise as a nation. This unique journey combines ancient romance with satoyama cycling, offering an immersive experience guided by a local enthusiast.
Exploring Asuka Village: Japan's Birthplace
Asuka Village, nestled in a picturesque setting, preserves the original scenery of Japan. This quaint locale witnessed the birth of Prince Shotoku, an ancient superstar, and played a pivotal role in the inception of Japan’s first era name, Taika. The Taika Reform, a transformative period in Japan’s history, was triggered by events that unfolded in Asuka. Often referred to as “the place where Japan began,” Asuka holds the origins of the titles “Emperor” and the name of the country, “Japan,” both born during the Asuka period.
Cycling Through Ancient Tombs and Historical Marvels
The cycling tour takes you on a journey shrouded in mystery, exploring ancient tombs and historical sites that have stood the test of time. Your guide will unravel the tales of how Asuka became the cradle of Japan, offering a unique opportunity to feel the ancient romance that permeates every corner of this enchanting village.
Basic Information of the Cycling Tour
- Implementation Period: March 1, 2023 – March 31, 2024
- Day/Time: Wednesdays, Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays / 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM
- Fee: 8,800 yen (tax included, per person – same for adults and children)
- Meeting Place/Time: Kintetsu Asuka Station / 10 minutes before the start
- Time Required: Approximately 3 hours
- Minimum/Maximum Participants: 2 to 6 people
- Inclusions: Guide fee, bicycle rental fee, insurance fee (domestic travel accident insurance), Asuka Temple admission fee
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