Shirakawa-go and Ainokura Bus Tour 
Frequency
Saturdays, Sundays & National holidays
Duration
6hours 40 mins
Departure
Takayama Bus Center 8:30AM
Arrival
Takayama Bus Center 3:10PM
Available Language
 Japanese
Course A
Fare
Adults
JPY 6,900
Children(6-12)
JPY 4,600
Course B
Fare
Adults
JPY 5,900
Children(6-12)
JPY 4,100
Important Notice
※We can't arrange and prepare alternative lunch menu.
※Course B ends its tour in Shirakawago.

Visit two UNESCO world heritage sites!!
*Entrance fee for Gassho-zukuri Minkaen Outdoor Museum is included in the price. It will be closed on Thursday from December to March. 

Shirakawago

There are approximately 100 thatched roof houses, both large and small preserved in Shirakawago, and some of them are still lived by local people. With untouched natural beauty and unique look to a roof of the village, Shirakawago was designated as Preservation Districts for Groups of Traditional Buildings in 1976. What is more, it has been chosen as World UNESCO heritage sites in 1995, together with Gokayama.

Gokayama Ainokura village

Most of the gassho style houses, traditional thatched roof houses were built about 100 to 200 years ago during the end of the Edo period and the Meiji period. Moreover the oldest one was built in 17th century.
With a combination of stunning natural scenery and unique village, Ainokura Gashho village offers you an unforgettable experience like no other.
Itineraries
Course A
Course B

8:30 Departure
8:30 Departure
Takayama Bus Terminal
9:45-10:35
9:45-10:35
Gokayama Ainokura village
11:20-12:10
11:20-12:10
Tenshukaku Lunch (Japanese Lunch)
12:15-14:20
12:15
Shirakawago ※Course B ends its tour in Shirakawago.
15:10 Return
Takayama Bus Terminal