Cultural day trip to Hofu

Why not join us and bunch of friendly people on a day trip to Hofu in Yamaguchi on Saturday, September 15 and earn some pocket money at the same time?

The trip is a ‘familiarization trip’ to with the aim of giving Hofu a chance to showcase and get valuable, actionable feedback on how they can improve some of its tourism products. The theme of the trip is traditional Japanese culture and the day will center on three cultural activities (calligraphy, tea ceremony and ikebana) held in three beautiful and historically significant locations.

 

Calligraphy at Eiunso

 

Tea ceremony at Hofu Tenmangu Houshouan

 

Ikebana at Mouri-tei

We are looking for non-Japanese participants who are able to meet us in front of the North Exit of Hiroshima Station just before 8am and are free until we return at approximately 7pm. Lunch is included (vegetarian option available) and all participants will receive a ¥7000 cash thank you in return for filling out a survey about their impressions and sharing what they are up to to their social media channels throughout the day. It’s an early start so we will also treat you to your choice of Starbucks beverage for the outward bus journey 🙂

Schedule
07:50 Meet at Hiroshima Station North Entrance
08:00 Depart Hiroshima Station
10:00 Eiunsou Calligraphy experience and tour
12:00 Leave Eiunsou
12:15 Arrive Hofu Tenmangu Shrine/Ume Terrace
Lunch at Cafe Sweet Home
13:20 Look around Hofu Tenmangu Shrine
13:50 Tea ceremony experience at Hofu Tenmangu Houshouan
14:20 Depart Hofu Tenmangu
14:35 Mouri-tei Ikebana experience, garden and museum viewing
16:45 Depart Mouri-tei (complete survey on the return journey)
18:45 Arrive Hiroshima Station North Entrance

If you are interested, please fill in the form below by August 10 and we will be in touch.

Applications for this tour are now closed.

 

2 thoughts on “Cultural day trip to Hofu

  • July 31, 2018 at 12:30 am
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    Hello,

    I came across this add and I’d love to join you. I studied tourism and love travelling, especially around Japan.
    Please let me know if you’re still looking for people.

    Kind regards,

    Ambar

    Reply

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