A CHERRY BLOSSOMS EXPERIENCE IN CENTRAL JAPAN: How My Mom & I Spent ₱19,600 Each ALL-IN for 3 Days in Nagoya, Takayama, & Shirakawago

It’s my 3rd trip to Japan and it just keeps getting better and better! I love this country so much!

As an ‘OC’ person, Japan is truly heaven! I am so grateful to have experienced Japan in the spring time during my 26th birthday!


I am so grateful to have spent this great birthday weekend with my mom! I also have so many grateful realizations after this trip! Hope that after you read this write up, you’ll be able to learn a lot about Central Japan too! If you have questions, just share them in the comments below and I’ll try to answer them gratefully and as soon as I can.


Cherry Blossoms at Shirakawago





Last February 2016, Jetstar Asia announced that it will be flying directly from Manila to 3 Japan destinations – Osaka, Tokyo, and Nagoya. Along with this announcement, they had a seat sale. Since the travel period covered my 26th birthday weekend and the Sakura season, we immediately booked flights to Nagoya. The price was slightly more expensive than our Tokyo flight because web admin, booking, and check in baggage fees are more expensive for Jetstar Asia than Cebu Pacific.

Our flights were red eye so we were able to maximize 3 full days in Central Japan. The flights were okay, just a lot of air turbulence going back to Manila. I really loved the Japanese flight attendants though! They were just so happy and full of energy. Even though it was a red eye flight, they were really active. They just gave the biggest smiles and they really showed a lot of enthusiasm giving out immigration cards, answering queries, and  giving passengers what they needed.

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It’s raining Sakuras!

It was also funny because announcements were in Japanese. When they translate it to English, it still sounds Japanese. My mom & I couldn’t really understand what they were saying except for a few words. At the end of the flight, every flight attendant said thank you in the happiest way, even the pilot opened the cockpit door and bowed his head to passengers queuing out of the airplane.

HEADS UP! Jetstar Asia is very strict with the weight of carry on bags and luggage. If they see you at the boarding gate with more than 7 kg of carry on [this includes whatever gift items you bought at duty free stores], they will ask you to check them in and pay fees. Book your flights today at jetstar.com! #Jetstar2Nagoya


Shoryudo Pass

Since we were only going to be in Central Japan for 3 days, the Shoryudo 3 Day Pass was the perfect discount transportation pass. It includes the following:

  • A round trip train ride to/from Chubu International Airport and Nagoya Station,
  • Unlimited highway bus rides to/from Nagoya/Takayama/Shirakawago (Gifu Prefecture), and
  • Discounts/freebies from participating establishments. You can buy the ticket through Japanican.
Shoryudo Pass

Our Shoryudo Passes

To check out the discounts and freebies you are entitled to, visit go-centraljapan.jp/en/special/shoryudo/files/welcomecard-info.pdfcentral.jp

On our end, we were able to avail a ¥100 discount for our entrance ticket to Nagoya castle and a free drink at one of the airport restaurants. When buying something or doing an activity around Central Japan, just show your Shoryudo pass and ask if you’re entitled to anything.

For the unlimited highway bus rides, please check out the bus schedules beforehand as some time slots require reservations (check the time slots from the links under Buying Individual Tickets).

For our bus to/from Nagoya and Takayama, we made a reservation through highwaybus.com/gp/foreign/frgSelectBordingDate

Print the reservation ticket and show this along with your Shoryudo pass to claim your bus tickets when you arrive in Japan. We reserved beforehand because we wanted to take the earliest bus to Takayama and latest bus back to Nagoya. Be at the bus gates 10 minutes before your time slot.

For our bus to/from Takayama and Shirakawago, we just rode the non-reserved bus seat time slots. Be at the bus gate 10 minutes before your time slot. When the bus arrives, you just need to show your Shoryudo pass and you can ride the bus already.

Here is a comparison when you buy a Shoryudo 3 Day Pass VS buying individual tickets needed for your airport trips and Gifu Prefecture day trips (Amount is for 1 person only):

Shoryudo 3 Day Pass

Buying Individual Tickets

Roundtrip Airport Transfer to/from Nagoya Station;

Unlimited use of bus from/to Nagoya, Takayama, Shirakawago;

Shoryudo Welcome Card – discounts/freebies in participating Shoryudo establishments


Roundtrip Airport Transfer to/from Nagoya Station



Roundtrip Bus to/from Nagoya and Takayama



Roundtrip Bus to/from Takayama and Shirakawago



¥7,000 (₱2,988+)

¥11,300 (₱4,820+)

Philippine Peso amount may vary depending on exchange rate. As of April 2016, ¥1 = ₱0.43

The train to/from airport and Nagoya station takes around 35-40 minutes depending on the type of train you take (Limited Express, Semi-Express).

Highway Bus to Takayama

Inside the Meitetsu bus from Nagoya to Takayama

The highway buses are crazy amazing! The bus leaves and arrives ON TIME. Sometimes I feel like the buses slow down just to arrive on the time indicated in their timetables. The bus to/from Nagoya has a 5 minute bathroom break stop. It’s pretty efficient because the break is EXACTLY 5 minutes.

Everyone who went to the bathroom were really rushing back to meet the 5 minute mark. My mom said it felt like a race. She didn’t even have time to buy anything at the stores at the bus stop. I am so grateful to have experienced such efficiency! The bus to/from Takayama and Nagoya has foot rests, plastic bags, magazines, and free wi-fi.

If you don’t want to do a DIY tour like we did, you can avail Nagoya – Takayama – Shirakawago pre-arranged day tours as well through these travel platforms. 


In exploring Nagoya by subway, we availed the MANACA Card. Sadly, subway rides are not included in the Shoryudo Pass. The MANACA card can be comparable to ICOCA card in Osaka and PASMO card in Tokyo.

You can use the card in all Nagoya subways and convenience stores. 

You can avail the MANACA card by buying it through the ticket booth. You have to buy it directly from the main officer by the gates. There is a ¥500 card usage fee but this is returned once you give back the card before your departure. When you run out of credits, you can easily reload it at the ticket machines. 

At Nagoya Station

Mommy at Nagoya Station

There is a Nagoya subway pass for 1 day’s worth of unlimited rides and costs around ¥700 – ¥900. Since we were only riding subways 2-3 times a day which would only cost us around ¥200 to ¥300 per ride, the MANACA card would be cheaper.

We studied our train routes through Rome2Rio.

The busiest station was Nagoya station. This can be compared to the sight we saw in Tokyo station. There are a lot of food stalls, restaurants, and shops. There are English signs and directions everywhere so don’t worry about getting lost. Take note that almost all Nagoya subways have no escalators or walk-a-lators, so expect to be walking long hallways and up and down a lot of stairs.


How to get to/from Meitetsu Inn Nishiki Nagoya and Nagoya Station: Nagoya Sakuradori Line – Kokusaicenter – Marunouchi – Hisayaodori

We booked this hotel through Agoda. I really had a hard time choosing a hotel in Nagoya because there were a lot of good hotels to choose from and they were all quite affordable. Here are some points to consider when you book this hotel:

  • Hisayaodori station Exit #4 is a 2 minute walk away (This station has a direct line from Nagoya Station – Sakuradori)
  • Sakae (Aichi) station Exit #1 is a 5 minute walk away. We used this station going to one of the best Cherry Blossom spots in Nagoya.
  • There is free buffet breakfast. The breakfast is really yummy. There is a variety of Japanese food, salads, breads & jam, soups, and dessert. My mom secretly hoarded jams and green tea bags. Try eating breakfast before 8:00AM or after 8:30AM as the buffet area tends to get packed by businessmen and families.
  • Check in is at 3:00PM and Check out is 10:00AM. They are strict about this. If you arrive early or have a late flight after check out, you can leave your bags at the lobby.
  • The room is very, very, very clean but really small. Not that spacious.
Meitetsu Inn Nagoya

[Top Left] Outside Meitetsu Inn; [Top Right] Dining room; [Bottom left] Small Double Bed room; [Bottom right] Bathroom

  • I loved the toiletries! They have Shiseido products – Body Wash, Shampoo, and Conditioner. They smelled so good and the effect was really nice! We really wanted to take these home but they were in big bottles.
  • There are hangers, towels, toiletries, hair dryer, refrigerator, desk, TV (Japanese channels) for your needs.
  • The room is cleaned every day.
  • There is STRONG and FAST wi-fi INSIDE the room. You do not need to go to the lobby or common areas for internet.
  • At the lobby, they give out free samples of toiletries. Take as many as you can, we did!
  • There are so many shops and restaurants around.
  • The hotel is walking distance to Sakae shopping area, Oasis 21, Mitsukoshi, Don Quijote, convenience stores, and the Nagoya TV tower.
  • The staff is really accommodating with queries. They have tourist maps to help you explore the area.
Meitetsu Inn Nagoya Breakfast

Breakfast buffet at Meitetsu Inn Nishiki Nagoya

I really recommend this hotel if you don’t mind a small spaced room. All else is great!


We went in April 2016, during my birthday weekend! We booked the flight a week after the forecast of full Sakura bloom in Nagoya. It was our first time to experience spring! It was still very cold but not the super icy cold feeling we experienced in Seoul or Tokyo. The weather can be comparable to Baguio’s –– A sunny-cold-weather in the morning and a cold-I-need-a-thick-blanket night.

Nagoya Castle Entrance

Crossing in front of Nagoya Castle entrance

The weather in Takayama and Shirakawago was colder than Nagoya but sunnier. Make sure to bring sun block and moisturizer! There are also very strong winds at times especially in Shirakawago so it’s good to bring Petroleum jelly to prevent or soothe wind burns. Highest temperature we experienced was 15 degrees Celsius and the lowest was around 7 degrees Celsius.




Even though we were just there for 3 days, we maximized our time as much as possible.

We visited popular tourist destinations as well as places that suited our preferences. Here is our 3 day itinerary in Central Japan:


Airport Arrival

Nagoya Station

Yamazakigawa Riverside

Tsurumai Park

Nishiki/Sakae Area

Bus to Takayama (2.5 hours)

Jingya-mae Morning Market

Old Town

Nakabashi Bridge

Takayama Streets

Bus to Shirakawago (1 hour)


Bus to Takayama (1 hour)


Takayama Streets

Bus to Nagoya (2.5 hours)

Nagoya Castle

Oasis 21

Nagoya TV Tower

Sakae Area

Airport Departure


The airport can also be considered a tourist site. There are a lot of shops and restaurants. When we were there, there was a Japanese event of kids dancing.

The best part about the airport is the Sky View Deck. It’s a long wooden platform with benches wherein you can watch airplanes depart and arrive. It was an amazing sight! Since it was spring time, it was cold. Don’t miss out on this view once you arrive or depart at the airport.

Airport Sky View Deck

Sky view deck at Chubu International Airport

TIP: Buy your gift items before the immigration counters. As our flight was 8:30PM and we were only able to finish immigration processing around 6:30PM, almost all duty free stores and restaurants were already closed. The latest closing time of shops is 5:00PM so do your shopping and eat at the 4F airport shops and restaurants before immigration.


I’ve read that most people prefer to travel to Tokyo & Osaka because there is not much to do in Nagoya. If their airplane lands in Nagoya, they’ll just connect a flight or ride a bullet train to Tokyo & Osaka. But after doing much research and experienced it first hand, there are so many amazing things to do in and around Nagoya. 3 days wasn’t even enough for us to truly explore this amazing place.

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Yamazakigawa Riverside

Yamazakigawa Riverside

How to get to Yamazakigawa Riverside from Meitetsu Inn Nishiki Nagoya: Sakae (Aichi) Nagoya Subway Meijo [Counterclockwise route] – Yabacho – Kamimaezu – Higashibetsuin – Kanayama(Aichi) – Nishitakakura – Jingunish – Temmacho(Aichi) – Horita(Subway) – Myoondori – Aratamabashi – Mizuho undojo higashi – Walk (10 mins)

Close up Shots at Yamazakigawa River

Close up shots of cherry blossoms at Yamazakigawa Riverside

This river is included in the Top 100 Cherry Blossom Spots in Japan and it truly deserves that name. When we arrived, we were just at awe. We had so many unlimited angles and views for pictures that until now I can’t choose the best cherry blossom photo that I took. We stayed here for a while watching the river stream flow and the petals falling from the Sakura trees because of the cold wind. It was such a beautiful sight!


Tsuruma Park

How to get to Tsurumai Park from Yamazakigawa Riverside: Mizuho undojo higashi Nagoya Subway Meijo – (Sogorihabiricenter) Yagoto Nagoya Subway Tsurumai – IrinakaKawana(Aichi)GokisoArahata – Tsurumai Koen – Exit Gate 4 Walk (1 min)

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Make sure to visit this cherry blossom spot! You can chill here under the pink trees surrounded by pink petals on the ground. There are so many options for photos as well! Don’t worry about food because there are so many food trucks around selling fruit sticks, long fries, shawarma, hot pots, ice cream, takoyaki, beef sticks, and many more!

Tsurumai Park and Food

This place is free. You just need to bring a mat or cloth to place on the grass. There were a lot of blue plastic mats around the park, my mom and I thought that we could freely sit on the ones where there were no people. But after 10 minutes, the owners came and we immediately apologized and laid out our own mat at another spot.

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Sakae Area

We loved our hotel because it was walking distance to the famous Sakae area. There are so many shopping malls and restaurants around.

The best one was MITSUKOSHI! It was so grand! Make sure to go to the basement where all the food are, you’ll be truly overwhelmed by everything that you will see. Go at around 7pm where all food stalls are trying to sell all their cooked meals for HALF THE PRICE! There were so many people hoarding the discounted food. There is also Harrod’s and Godiva ice cream! You also need to try the bread selection in JOHAN PARIS! SOBRANG NAKAKAIYAK SA SARAP! I even told my mom that MITSUKOSHI is officially my favorite mall!

Don Quijote in Sake

Don Quijote

Around Mitsukoshi, you’ll find Marueki, ABC Store, GU, Forever 21, and so much more! Allot one day for shopping at this overwhelming area. Don’t forget to check if you can avail tax refunds!

You can also find the famous Oasis 21 and Nagoya TV structures in Sakae. The Nagoya TV tower is surrounded by Central park where you’ll find amateur bands singing. Oasis 21 consists of a garden, art center, and a shopping level (basement). Make sure to go to the top of Oasis 21 where you’ll see breathtaking views of the Nagoya TV tower, cherry blossom trees, parks, and buildings.

Oasis 21 and Nagoya TV Tower

View from the top of Oasis 21 (Roof Deck)

Nagoya Castle

In visiting Nagoya castle, we just wanted to take a picture around it so that we didn’t have to pay the entrance fee. My mom said this is what she did at Osaka castle. But for Nagoya castle, it is surrounded and covered by walls and trees that you can’t see it fully unless you pay the entrance fee. Good thing we got to save a little because of the Shoryudo pass.

Nagoya Castle

The Nagoya castle was a 30 minute walk from our hotel. Along the way, we found a lot of beautiful cherry blossom trees so there are a lot of photo ops. There are also a lot of locals that visit this castle. After entering the gates, you’ll see vast walkways and food trucks. You can walk around the castle, find other Japanese structures, and a lot of cherry blossom trees.

Nagoya Castle Views

When we were there, we also witnessed a show of kids playing on Japanese drums.

The kids were amazing. Their talent of having that kind of rhythm at a young age was really admirable.


In Nagoya, we mostly bought food at convenience stores. When we did eat at a restaurant, we ate one of the famous food Nagoya is known for, EEL (Hitsumabushi)! 

Food in Nagoya

For our snacks, we just bought at malls and stations that we went to. Some of the snacks we tried were Avocado french bread from JR Takashimaya, Godiva ice cream, and Johan Paris mochi pastries from Mitsukoshi.


We took a 2.5 hour highway bus from Nagoya to Takayama. When we arrived, we saw a lot of tourists. Tourists of different nationalities – this we failed to see in Nagoya. Takayama is a really popular place among tourists as it gives off a traditional Japanese vibe and it also has a lot of street food choices.

From Takayama, you can visit so many amazing places that are just a few hours away like Shirakawago, Kanazawa, Toteyama, Kurobe Alpine Route, Shinhotaka Ropeway, and many more.

Takayama Views

Nakabashi Bridge

This was supposed to be a popular cherry blossom spot but when we arrived, some of the trees had no more blossoms and others only had a few petals. There were a few pink trees but not like the full bloom ones I saw from photos on the internet. The view is nice with the cold wind.

Jingya-mae Morning Market

This market is just like the ones you find here in Manila. It’s just an open space with tarp roofed stalls. They sell fruits and vegetables, Japanese condiments, spices, and many more.

Old Town

Old town is the best because you really feel the Japanese culture vibe here plus there are a lot of food stalls that sell so much food!

Takayama Street Food

Food in Takayama

Takayama is known for its HIDA BEEF! Don’t forget to try the Hida Beef Sushi, Beef buns, Beef sticks! We also had Sakura ice cream, ice cream sandwiches, and mochi sticks. We ate at Heiranku which is a great Chinese local food restaurant with the best staff – super active and accommodating. If you want to try the best beef in Takayama, eat at Maruaki and try the A5 level beef. There are lots of food options here!


Shirakawago Views

An hour bus ride from Takayama, we get to Shirakawago. One of the most breathtaking sites I have ever been to. Amazing mountains, grass roofed farm homes, a beautiful rock filled streaming river, and a “Mount Everest”-like view as a background is just an amazing experience to have. There are a few cherry blossom trees and the weather is very sunny.

Food in Shirakawago

The food you’ll find here is just the same as those you’ll find in Takayama.

There are a few restaurants so I advise you to just eat lunch at Takayama and have snacks at Shirakawago (ice cream, mochi sticks, beef sticks, beers, sakae, etc).

Ogimachi View point

Breathtaking sight from Ogimachi Viewpoint

The Ogimachi Village viewpoint is a must see! You can walk up to the viewpoint or you can ride a 10 minute shuttle up for ¥200 (₱85+). There are cherry blossoms up there as well! The walk going down from the viewpoint is around 20 minutes.

The best time to go to this viewpoint is during the winter season where all the grass roofed homes are covered in snow. What an amazing sight that would be, right? 

Shirakawago River



After experiencing Osaka & Tokyo, I thought that I’ve already reached the highest level of awe for Japan but travelling to central Japan set me on another higher level. Japan doesn’t fail to surprise me. It leaves me feeling at my most grateful self. There are just so many places to experience and explore.

Traffic at Nagoya Station

Normal foot traffic at Nagoya Station

The culture is really amazing and admirable. The people maximize EVERYTHING! They make use of their time by arriving and departing at the exact moment said.

During the day, we didn’t see a lot of people walking around because they are at school or work or doing something significant? My mom and I were really curious why we and some tourists were the only ones walking at sidewalks. Where were the locals?

The Japanese maximize every space. We saw a lot of parking buildings – the ones we see on social media videos where in cars are parked horizontally like a vending machine.

THERE IS NO TRAFFIC! No traffic on highways and toll gates. No traffic in business districts. It was just so crazy efficient!

Everything was so clean as well! EVEN THE CANALS in Takayama were so clean. My mom said it even looked good to drink! HAHA! Even if we were in the city, the air felt so clean. No hint of smoke or pollution from my perspective.

THE Trains PERIOD! The TRAINS. No words. GRABE!

JAPANESE = EFFICIENT. And I love efficiency! I am so grateful to have experienced such a country.

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Japan made me realize that we, Filipinos, truly deserve more from our government. But as citizens, we should also do our part in making the Philippines a much better place for EVERYONE to live in. We should elect leaders that have passion for service, genuine intentions, and the best credentials. We should abide by laws and rules. We should respect and be kind to each other. If we help one another, if we instill hope and faith with each other, I believe we can not only be at par with Japan, but we can create our own Philippine legacy that other countries can admire.


I am very grateful for the EXPENSES that we paid to experience central Japan (Amount is for 1 person only)
Jetstar Roundtrip Airfare (includes NAIA Terminal Fee of ₱550, 15kg Check in Baggage, Japan Airport Fees) ₱5,840
Travel Tax ₱1,620
Accommodation: Meitetsu Inn Nishiki Nagoya with free breakfast buffet (2 nights) ₱3,833


  • Shoryudo 3 Day Pass – Airport Train & Takayama/Shirakawago Buses (¥7,000)
  • Manaca Card – Nagoya Subways  (¥1,500)
Food & Miscellaneous Expenses ₱4,500+
Nagoya Castle Entrance Fee ₱170+

Please note that this budget breakdown does not include gift items and shopping expenses. There is also no visa processing fee as we were granted a multiple entry (5 years) visa before our trip to Tokyo last Jan 2016.

Philippine Peso amount may vary depending on exchange rate. As of April 2016, ¥1 = ₱0.43


26 thoughts on “A CHERRY BLOSSOMS EXPERIENCE IN CENTRAL JAPAN: How My Mom & I Spent ₱19,600 Each ALL-IN for 3 Days in Nagoya, Takayama, & Shirakawago

  1. A.D says:


    I’m so glad i came across your blog! So I’m flying in Nagoya in April 2019, with almost the same itinerary as yours. I’m also looking to get the Shoryudo 3 day bus pass but I’m getting all sorts of conflicting information about this pass. A number of articles including the participating bus lines’ website said that online reservation cannot be made for Shoryudo bass pass holders but apparently, your experience is totally different based on the information you shared. I tried to mock book using the link you provided: https://www.highwaybus.com/gp/foreign/frgSelectBordingDate but the route I wish to take is not showing on the list which is Nagoya to Takayama or Nagoya to Shirakawago. Can you please direct me on how i’d be able to get around this?

    Thank you in advance!


    • Inspiring Grateful Travels by Irene Maligat says:

      Hi! Thanks for reading my article! 😉 Since the article was published back in 2016, links may have changed from time of writing. There are certain time slots wherein you don’t need a reservation. Since we wanted to catch the earliest bus, we had to reserve because that specific time slot required a reservation in advance.

      I just checked the link. For Nagoya, you should use AICHI. For Takayama/Shirakawago, you should use GIFU but it seems that the 2 destinations aren’t available. I’m not sure what happened but back in 2016, we definitely reserved through this link.

      You should try and email Meitetsu Bus and inquire. Thanks! Enjoy! 🙂


      • A.D says:


        Thank you so much for taking time to respond.

        I tried your suggestion by selecting AICHI for Nagoya and Gifu for Shirakawago and the route came up for Nagoya Station to Shirakawago which hopefully is the right one, so thank you for that very helpful tip!

        Is there any chance that I can send you a private message here on wordpress?


    • A.D says:

      Hi again Irene,

      I’m sorry if i’m bombarding you with a lot of questions. With regards to the Shoryudo pass bus reservation using the link you provided on this article, it’s asking me to put my CC details on the website so does this mean that my CC will be be charged after completing my reservation online?

      Thank you!


  2. Anonymous says:

    Hi, Irene. Been wanting to go to Shirakawago ever since reading your blog and we finally had our tickets for Nagoya set for February next year. 🙂 Question though on bus reservation to Shirakawago, when trying to mock reserve there is a price indicated. How would that go if I made a reservation but I have a Shoryudo Pass? Do we only need to show the pass along with the printed reservation confirmation?


      • Anonymous says:

        Thanks for the response Irene. We really want to reserve our bus tickets for Shirakawago since we are going in Winter to secure a seat. 🙂 Should we reserve, where do we show our reservation and redeem our bus tickets?


  3. B says:

    Hi! Thankful for your blogpost <3! I was able to trim down our bus expenses by almost 50% off!

    Anyway, I am trying to reserve the bus from Nagoya – Takayama online but the site's (https://www.highwaybus.com/gp/foreign/frgSelectLine?lang=en) only option is Nagoya – Kanazawa but our destination is Takayama.

    Is this okay and should I just tell the driver we will be going down at Takayama?

    Also read the whole article. Definitely agree about the comment that Nagoya is boring pero hindi pala. Hahahaha hirap na hirap na akong pagkasyahin sa 4 na araw mga gusto naming puntahan.


  4. Anonymous says:

    congratulation! what a fulfilment… i admire your high sense of appreciation with whatever is available w you. how i wish the youth would have the same point of view… you are a good role model – success and happiness is not quantified with your achievement but rather fulfilment and enjoyment of every quality moment that there is….


  5. tintin says:

    Hi, did you pay an additional reservation fee for the bus reservation? Been looking for a way to reserve buses ( also planning to use the Shoryudo pass) and I saw your Rappler feature.

    Can’t access the link too 😦

    Sobrang dami bang taong sumasakay sa bus to Shirakawa-go/Takayama? Nakakakaba kasi baka bigla wala na palang seats haha


    • Irene Maligat says:

      Hi 🙂 No reservation fee. All links needed are included in the article. Read the instructions carefully for reservation 🙂 Our bus to/from Takayama&Nagoya had around 5 vacant seats. Our buses to/from Takayama&Shirakawago were full.



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