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Private car rental
for foreign tourist.

For Filipino

09272857837(aileen cruz)

09272581054(Paul saranghilo)


Van (hi-ace . alphard)

9 person + our driver = total 10 person

Japanese Yen
12 hours68,000 yen
24 hours98,000 yen
Peso   or   Dollar
12 hours25,000 peso
24 hours43,000 peso


[ USE TIME ]Bus parking start (NAMBA,OSAKA) – Bus parking go back.


27 person + our driver +  our guide = total 29 person

Japanese Yen
12 hours100,000 yen
24 hours140,000 yen
Peso   or   Dollar
12 hours37,000 peso
24 hours52,000 peso

From arrival in Japan to returning to the Philippine

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We will guide you to tourist spots in Kansai (Osaka, Kyoto, Kobe,Nara)!

The Kansai region includes Osaka, Japan’s second largest city, Kyoto, which is immensely popular with overseas travelers, and Hyogo, home to Kobe, a port city with one of Japan’s three greatest night views. Other prefectures in the region include Nara, Mie, Wakayama, and Shiga.
Our shop will guide you to tourist spots that are not only popular with overseas travelers, but will also become cherished memories for each and every one of you.


Osaka is a city that is especially popular with foreigners, especially Philippines tourists. The lively neon lights and streetscapes seem to be of great interest to Chinese and Southeast Asians, and even within Osaka, which is said to be a bustling city, the most vibrant and colorful spot is “Namba.”
Just walking around the area is stimulating, and is very popular with foreign tourists.

Universal Studios Japan

Universal Studios Japan (USJ) is a theme park operated by the American company Universal Studios. It is famous for its popularity in Japan, but its name is also well known overseas, and many foreign visitors visit it every year.
It has popular movie and game attractions that can be enjoyed at USJ in Japan, making it a very popular spot for movie and game fans overseas.


Shinsekai is a district with Osaka’s symbol, Tsutenkaku Tower, towering over the center. Shinsekai is lined with a variety of restaurants, including takoyaki, okonomiyaki, kushikatsu, sushi, and coffee shops, and many people from Japan and abroad spend lively nights here. This is the kind of townscape that truly embodies the atmosphere of Osaka, and it is extremely popular as a fresh and surprising spot.
Billiken, the god of good fortune, can also be found here.


Arashiyama, one of Kyoto’s most popular tourist destinations, is known for its cherry blossoms in the spring and autumn leaves in the fall. Arashiyama is also home to Togetsukyo Bridge, which spans the Katsura River, and shows off different faces throughout the year.
The bamboo forest that spreads north of Togetsukyo Bridge, in Sagano, is also a sight to behold. You’ll be amazed by the area, where tens of thousands of bamboo trees grow.

Nijo Castle

Nijo Castle was completed in 1603 as the Kyoto residence of Tokugawa Ieyasu, the first Shogun of the Edo Shogunate. Since the Meiji period (1868-), it has been managed by Kyoto Prefecture, and various historical buildings and artworks have been protected. In 1994, it was registered as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and has become one of Kyoto’s most famous tourist destinations. Don’t miss the illuminations during cherry blossom season.

Kinkakuji Temple

Kinkakuji is a Zen temple of the Rinzai sect of Buddhism, and its official name is Rokuonji. The view of Kinkakuji from Kyokochi Pond is stunning, as it looks shining brightly. Furthermore, the view changes depending on the time and season, so you will never get bored no matter how many times you visit. In particular, if you visit in winter, the pure white snow-covered Kinkakuji and gardens are a truly beautiful sight.

Kobe Port Tower

Kobe Port, one of the international trading ports, was opened in 1868, following Hakodate, Nagasaki, and Yokohama. The Kobe Port Tower, famous as the symbol of Kobe Port, has a unique shape that is rare around the world.
From inside the tower, you can see Kobe Port, Kitano Foreigners’ Houses, Mt. Rokko, and the Kobe cityscape. The night view is also highly recommended.

Kitano Foreigners House

In Kitano, Kobe, many Western-style buildings built from the end of the Edo period to the Meiji era remain to this day. Long ago, they served as a key part of Japan’s international trade, welcoming many foreign visitors.
Some of these buildings are open to the public, and the area is also a popular tourist destination. It is also within walking distance of Sannomiya Station.

China town

Nankinmachi is famous as one of Japan’s three largest Chinatowns, alongside Yokohama Chinatown and Nagasaki Shinchi Chinatown. The main street is a crossroads with about 100 stores lined up around it.
Many of the stores serve meals and snacks, so you can enjoy eating dim sum, meat buns, sweets, and more as you walk around.

There are also many tourist attraction in Nara,wakayama,shiga

ferrari(convertible , rooftop open) 4person

pls ask



miki naoya

drive through downtown osaka in a ferrari

how about going for a drive to make memories of your trip.

it is free

our representative miki, will guide you


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