Explore the most beautiful spots of the northern Yamaguchi
See Tsunoshima, its bridge on the sea and Motonosumi Shrine
Depart from Shin-Yamaguchi station. For 1 to 3 persons
English speaking driver (or use of a translation device)
Start time : 10:00. Duration : 6 hours
About this activity
What's included, what's not
from JR Shin-Yamaguchi station to Tsunoshima and Motonosumi area private taxi tour (6 hours)
Transport to the meeting point (Shin-Yamaguchi station)
Road tolls, entrance fees, car park, food and drinks
Know Before You Book
Due to weather or road conditions, the itinerary may be changed or the tour cancelled
If it’s comprised in the 6 hours, the itinerary in the city and the length of stay to the various facilities can be changed to the guests’ convenience.
Road tolls, facilities entrance fees, car park, food and drinks are not included in the price. Those are guests’ own expenses.
If the tour is extended over the defined time, an extra fee will be applied
The car is a sedan style Japanese car. Very large luggage may not fit in the car
What you can expect
Take taxi tour along the Japan Sea coastline.
Taxi takes you beautiful tourist attractions, it make your trip easier and convenient. Enjoy the divine beauty of nature at Tsunoshima and Senjojiki.
Place to visit
Tsunoshima bridge has been often seen on TV advertisement of car companies. The balance between the bridge, emerald green sea and a small island (Hatojima) in the middle is exquisite.
Senjojiki is a prairie spread upon a 333m tall hill. Panoramic views of islands dotting the Sea of Japan can be seen from here. The boundless expanse of blue ocean and sky can be experienced in the fresh sea breeze. This place has been used as the location of TV advertising and publicity posters for Japanese car companies.
Motonosumi Inari Shrine is a shrine which was separated from Taikodani- inari in Tsuwano Shimane prefecture in 1955. There is an offertory box ahead of tori gate at the exit of back street, which makes your hope come true if you succeed to put a coin in the offertory box.