Certified Guide

The guide welcoming you is ‘SHŌ.’
That’s the business name of
the English-speaking male tour guide.

He has the license of nation-wide guide interpreter
approved by Japan Tourism Agency.
The local government, Mie Prefecture,
gave him the registration number,
EN00079.

More Detailed

Tour Highlights

Ise Jingū Full Day Walking Tour

Everyday at 9:45 a.m. except for Mondays
PRICE 5,000 JPY per person
*tax included *in cash *on the spot
*children ages 5 and under
excluded from the payment
of the guide fee
The number of participants: 1-8
WHAT'S INCLUDED
☑ Guide fee
WHAT'S EXCLUDED
☑ Bus fare 470x2 JPY ☑ Meal

Itinerary

From Ise-shi Station via Outer Shrine
to Oharai-machi, Okage-yokochō and Inner Shrine

Go to Calendar and Appointment Form

Calendar
Appointment Form

The Location of Ise Area

Between Tōkyō and Ōsaka. 
Please check it out with the illustrated map.

Cancellation Policy

Just a cancellation email and no fees.
On-site payment adopted.

Meeting Point

Google Map
Lines of flow from the platforms to the meeting point

Participants' Post and SHŌ's Blog

Participants' Post is only for walking tour participants. Please post your comment in English opening the first article, 'Participants' Post'. Click 'Leave a Comment' or the number of comments and give your message. There follows SHŌ's Blog on handicraft and other categories.

Participants’ Post

Please post your honest review of Authentic Ise Walking Tour SHŌ in English. To start the message with your nickname/social media handle and a colon, like ‘Amy: …’, is a good way to protect your privacy. Plus please let me edit your comments on an …

The Japanese Spiny Lobster

1) The Japanese spiny lobster(Ise-ebi) … grows up to 30 centimeters(12 in.) long and lives in the Pacific Ocean around Japan, Taiwan, China, and Korea.  It is a popular item in high-class Japanese cuisine.  (From WIKIPEDIA) 2) The Japanese spiny lobster is one of the …

Pearl Cultivation

1)Mr. Mikimoto and other locals in Ise Area did a good job for pearl cultivation at the end of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th century. 2)Originally the techniques to culture hemispherical pearls had already been developed in China during the 13th …