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Japan Kumano Kodo Walking Tour

An Inspiring Journey through Japan's Cultural & Spiritual Landscapes


Embark on this immersive journey that contrasts Japan's cityscapes with its spiritual countryside and ancient pilgrimage traditions on the Kii peninsula. Start in Osaka, the bustling business hub that embodies all one expects from modern-day Japan, and end in Kyoto, Japan's former capital for a thousand years and the repository of its cultural heritage. Over the five days in between, hike along the Nakahechi section of the UNESCO-listed Kumano Kodo, an age-old web of pilgrimage routes. Soak up the spectacular scenery, marvel at sacred shrines, rest in ryokan inns, dine on the freshest local ingredients, and end long days of hiking by relaxing in natural hot springs.

8 Days

From: $5,995

Join the MT Sobek President on the March 15, 2023 Departure!

Embark on this immersive journey that contrasts Japan's cityscapes with its spiritual countryside and ancient pilgrimage traditions on the Kii peninsula. Start in Osaka, the bustling business hub that embodies all one expects from modern-day Japan, and end in Kyoto, Japan's former capital for a thousand years and the repository of its cultural heritage. Over the five days in between, hike along the Nakahechi section of the UNESCO-listed Kumano Kodo, an age-old web of pilgrimage routes. Soak up the spectacular scenery, marvel at sacred shrines, rest in ryokan inns, dine on the freshest local ingredients, and end long days of hiking by relaxing in natural hot springs.

Highlights


  • Hike the mystical Kumano Kodo pilgrimage trail strewn with stunning sacred shrines

  • Experience charming traditional onsen baths and ryokan inns along the trail

  • Take in the historic landmarks and cultural highlights of Kyoto and Osaka

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Japan Kumano Kodo Walking

Start: Osaka, Japan  End: Kyoto, Japan

Start/End locations may vary. Do not book flights until your trip details are confirmed.

Itinerary


  • Meet in Japan's 'Second Capital' Osaka

    Day 1

    Arrive at Osaka airport and join your transfer to the hotel. At 7pm, meet with your Mountain Travel Sobek guide and other tour participants in the hotel lobby for a short orientation, then head to a nearby restaurant for the welcome reception and dinner.

    Accommodation: Hotel Royal Classic Osaka

    Meals: Dinner

  • Embark on the Kumano Kodo Nakahechi Trail

    Day 2

    Today enjoy the train ride along the coast of the Kii peninsula to Takijiri, the traditional starting point of the ancient Kumano Kodo pilgrimage. Embark on the Nakahechi trail, a route that links three of the most important Shinto and Buddhist shrines, along the way dotted with smaller shrines called oji. Finish this first hike at the mountainside Takahara village, whose nickname kiri-no-sato translates to 'village in the mist.' Wrap up the day unwinding in traditional onsen baths at the ryokan inn.

    Accommodation: Organic Hotel Takahara Kiri-no-sato

    Activity: 3 miles/2-3 hours hiking with 820' elevation gain

    Transportation: 2.5-hour train ride and 40-minute bus journey

    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

  • Explore the Mountains Between Takahara & Chikatsuyu

    Day 3

    Continue eastward along the Nakahechi pilgrimage trail, and dive deeply into the sacred ambiance of hinoki (Japanese cypress), oak and cherry forests. Along the way, spot small bodhisattva statues that honor Jizo, the patron saint of travelers; old cha-ya (tea houses) that provided rest to pilgrims right up until the early 20th century; and find Gyuba-douji, a small stone statue depicting a man riding astride a cow and horse. Descend to the quiet village of Chikatsuyu for a transfer to the inn for dinner.

    Accommodation: Organic Hotel Takahara Kiri-no-sato

    Activity: 7 miles / 4 hours hiking with 1,150' elevation gain and 1,180' elevation loss

    Transportation: 30- to 60-minute private transfer

    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

  • Marvel at Hongu Taisha & Explore the Ancient Shugendo Religion

    Day 4

    Starting from Hosshinmon-oji, hike through scenic ridgetop villages to reach Hongu Taisha, the main of the Three Grand Shrines, dedicated to Shinto's main deity, sun goddess Amaterasu. En route, meet a local Shugendo priest to learn about this syncretic faith that draws on multiple spiritual traditions. Next, visit Oyunohara, where the shrine was originally located before being washed away by a flood. Today, its spot is marked by the largest Torii gates in the world. Transfer to Kawayu Onsen for an overnight stay.

    Accommodation: Fujiya Ryokan

    Activity: 6 miles/3 hours hiking with 780' elevation gain and loss

    Transportation: 1-hour bus transfer

    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

  • Take in Yunomine Onsen & Cruise the Kumano River

    Day 5

    Soak up the cool shade of the forested Danichi-goe trail that connects Hongu Taisha with Yunomine Onsen, where pilgrims used to perform purification rituals. Take a scenic boat ride on the Kumano River that connects Hongu Taisha to Hayatama Taisha, the second Grand Shrine. Explore its precincts on foot, then take a coastal train journey to the small port and fishing town of Kii Katsuura. Consider bathing in the Bokido Onsen cave bath at the nearby Hotel Urashima, or exploring the Kii Katsuura port.

    Accommodation: Katsuura Gyoen

    Activity: 1.7 miles/1.5 hours hiking with 855' elevation gain and 670' elevation loss

    Transportation: 25-minute train ride

    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

  • Discover Nachi Taisha & Travel to Kyoto

    Day 6

    The third Great Shrine awaits today at the top of Daimon-zaka, a cobblestone staircase that runs through cedar forests and bamboo groves up to the majestic sacred landmarks. Admire the Buddhist Seiganto-ji pagoda, poised in front of the mighty Nachi waterfall, then marvel at the Nachi Taisha shrine, a visit that completes the pilgrimage to the Grand Shrines of Kumano. On your afternoon train journey to Kyoto, enjoy a traditional Japanese take-out bento box for lunch.

    Accommodation: Enso Ango Tomi II

    Activity: 1 mile/1 hour hiking with 656' elevation gain

    Transportation: 4.5-hour train ride

    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

  • Roam the Temples of Kyoto & Attend a Tea Ceremony

    Day 7

    Take a train to Fushimi Inari shrine, dedicated to the Inari spirit, protector of rice cultivation famous for thousands of Torii gates that snake up the mountainside. Next, explore the sights of Kyoto's cultural district of Higashiyama and walk up to the 8th-century Kiyomizu temple to admire city panoramas from its expansive veranda. End on a high note with a ritual tea ceremony, steeped in the ichi-go ichi-e philosophy that deems each encounter unique and inimitable. Take in the mesmerizing streetscapes of Kyoto on the walk back to the hotel, where you'll enjoy farewell dinner.

    Accommodation: Enso Ango Tomi II

    Transportation: 15-minute train ride

    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

  • Bid Farewell to Japan

    Day 8

    On the last day of your tour, transfer to Kansai International Airport or Osaka International Airport (Itami).

    Meals: Breakfast

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Dates & Prices


  • 2023
  • Go Private
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  • Inclusions

2023

Scheduled Dates


The earlier you book, the more choice of available dates you’ll have and once you book, your price is guaranteed.

  • Mar 15 - 22, 2023
    $5,995 price per person dbl occ
    +$900 single supplement

    Special Details

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    Available
  • Apr 19 - 26, 2023
    $6,895 price per person dbl occ
    +$900 single supplement
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  • May 24 - 31, 2023
    $6,895 price per person dbl occ
    +$900 single supplement
    Fully Booked - Private Departure
  • Sep 20 - 27, 2023
    $6,895 price per person dbl occ
    +$900 single supplement
    Available
  • Oct 25 - Nov 01, 2023
    $6,895 price per person dbl occ
    +$900 single supplement
    Available
  • Nov 15 - 22, 2023
    $6,895 price per person dbl occ
    +$900 single supplement
    Available

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Choose from the selection of dates below for your group or if your preferred date is not available, we'll create a departure just for you.

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Private Trip Pricing:


2023 Pricing

8 to 10 guests from $6,895 per person double occupancy

Additional Costs:


Private pricing excludes potential additional costs such as internal airfare, single supplement, or any park fees that may be required for the trip.

*Private trips require a 25% non-refundable deposit.

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Dreaming of an adventure designed exclusively for you? With insider access and decades of experience, our travel experts create custom tailored adventures that are perfect for families, couples, and large groups. MT Sobek's custom adventures are designed to our exacting standards and led by our award-winning adventure guides.

When to start planning? Earlier is always better when designing a custom trip. More time allows for better availability of preferred accommodations, guides and your desired activities. Ideally, start the conversation with us at least 6 months before you want to travel. If you are looking for a custom trip that departs within three months, chances are greatly diminished in securing requested accommodations and the best guides.

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Inclusions

Price Includes


  • Expertise and services of our experienced adventure guides
  • All accommodations as noted in the itinerary
  • All breakfasts, almost all lunches and dinners as noted in the itinerary
  • Snacks and water between meals
  • Additional regional guides and experts on many trips
  • Comprehensive Trip Planner with detailed pre-trip information
  • Private guided tours at historic sites, museums, wineries and other select attractions as noted in the itinerary
  • Special events and other select attractions as mentioned in the itinerary
  • All gratuities at hotels and restaurants
  • Equipment and experienced guides for activities as described in the itinerary
  • Park and other entry fees (unless otherwise noted)
  • Fares for trains, ferries and other modes of travel as listed in the itinerary
  • Select transfers as mentioned in the itinerary
  • Baggage transfers and porterage

Price Does Not Include


  • International airfare, airport taxes, and excess baggage fees
  • Alcoholic beverages (MT Sobek provides wine at select events)
  • Gratuities for MT Sobek guides and guide-drivers
  • Travel Protection Program
  • Personal expenses

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Your Guides


The best people to immerse you in a destination are the ones who live there, which is why we feature local Adventure Guides on our trips. Here are a few that you might meet on this adventure.

Tomomi Shimazu

Tomomi Shimazu

Tomomi was born and raised in Tokyo. After completing her degree in international relations, she studied in the UK and the US. Later she lived in Hawaii and Israel for years and traveled extensively in Europe, the US and Middle East. She now lives in Tokyo, close to its center and loves gardening, walking, cycling and yoga. Tomomi enjoys guiding and sharing her knowledge of both traditional and urban cultures of Japan. Meet Tomomi on MT Sobek's adventures in Japan.

Toshi Kida

Toshi Kida

Toshiyuki Kida was born in Nagano Prefecture, Japan, and grew up in Sekiyama in Niigata Prefecture. His interest in travel became apparent from the very moment he played with a globe as a child and it turned into a life-long passion. After graduating from university in 1978, he moved to Canada and now divides his time between Canada and Japan. Toshiyuki Kida has guided the Nakasendo and Kumano Kodo trails since 2013. He has traveled to over 200 cities in 25 countries in America, Europe, and Asia.

Naomi Honda

Naomi Honda

Naomi earned her master's degree in sports tourism and marketing to complement her travel agency background and expand her knowledge of the tourism industry. During her study, she organized and managed events for international students for the purpose of cross-cultural exchange. In 2014, she passed the national tour guide exam and since then, she has been working as a guide. She is interested in Japanese history, food, culture and sports. Currently, she is studying to be qualified as a Kikisake-shi (Master of Sake).

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Activity Level


This trip is rated activity level 3. Moderately paced hikes of up to seven miles a day on mostly dirt trails, plus walking during cultural touring and scenic train rides.
Learn more about activity levels here.

Activity Snapshot

Day 2

3 miles/2-3 hours hiking with 820' elevation gain

Day 3

7 miles / 4 hours hiking with 1,150' elevation gain and 1,180' elevation loss

Day 4

6 miles/3 hours hiking with 780' elevation gain and loss

Day 5

1.7 miles/1.5 hours hiking with 855' elevation gain and 670' elevation loss

Day 6

1 mile/1 hour hiking with 656' elevation gain

Accommodations


Stay in traditional ryokans (inns) and unwind in onsen (hot springs) while on the Kumano Kodo, and comfortable hotels with modern amenities in Kyoto and Osaka.

Enso Ango Tomi II
Enso Ango Tomi II

Organically designed and hidden from the hustle and bustle of mainstream Kyoto, the General Kyoto combines architecture, food, communication, and art to create a wonderful accommodation. Emboldening the "creative wealth" of the region, the hotel hosts a phenomenal space installation, the first of its artistic kind in Japan. The rooms are very comfortable, and have evidently been designed with a keen eye for detail in both mind and spirit.

Hotel Royal Classic Osaka
Hotel Royal Classic Osaka

Set inside the historic Osaka Shin-Kabukiza theater building, the Royal Classic Osaka couples a vivid past with Western-style design and contemporary lines. Staying here, you will be in the center of the lively Namba district known for its thriving theater and restaurant scene. The well-appointed rooms come equipped with en-suite facilities, AC, TV and fridge.

Organic Hotel Takahara Kiri-no-sato
Organic Hotel Takahara Kiri-no-sato

Tucked away in the Hatenashi mountain range, Organic Hotel Takahara Kiri-no-Sato showcases breathtaking vistas of the surrounding scenery. This friendly lodge, made of local wood features eight rooms: three Japanese-style tatami rooms and five with twin beds. Along with its restaurant and café/bar, and Wi-Fi throughout, the inn features onsen (hot spring) baths, ideal for soaking in after a long hike.

Fujiya Ryokan
Fujiya Ryokan

This traditional Japanese-style inn offers airy interiors and a classic Japanese experience. Its eight minimalist rooms feature exposed-wood detailing and tatami (straw) floors. The inn is located in Kawayu Onsen, which features hot spring bathing opportunities aplenty, from private baths at the inn to bathing in thermal waters which bubble up through the river bed opposite the ryokan.

Katsuura Gyoen
Katsuura Gyoen

Katsuura Gyoen offers spacious, comfortable Japanese-style rooms with great views out onto the sea, and boasts both indoor and outdoor baths, each with a view of Nachi Falls in the distance. The inn also boasts a great selection of delicious dishes, prepared using tuna fresh from the morning market, beautifully decorated with locally-sourced seasonal vegetables. The property's 119 rooms are typically Japanese style, with futon bedding and tatami flooring. Basic toiletries are provided in all rooms as is a hair dryer for use, a yukata, slippers, and a tea set. Rooms are also provided with televisions, refrigerator, air conditioning, a small in-room security safe, and a telephone. WiFi is available and free of charge.

Weather


Spring and fall temperatures range from the mid 60°Fs to the high 70°Fs/low 80°Fs. The rainy season in Japan is from mid-June through July. Fall months can be slightly wetter than the spring months.

 
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FAQs


Can you manage food alleries like fish or shellfish?

Fish is a more challenging allergy to manage due to the ubiquitous nature of dashi (fish broth), but we can usually still manage it.

Can I travel to Japan if I'm gluten-free?

Yes, you can, but please let us know as soon as possible so we can manage your request.

What is staying in a ryokan like?

The ryokans vary significantly, but usually have tatami mats for flooring and futon beds that are laid out each night. Baths may be communal and divided by gender.

Who will meet me on arrival for this trip?

You will take a group transfer to the hotel. We will arrange a private transfer for all guests arriving on the same flight.

What days will I be without my luggage during this trip?

You will be without your luggage, carrying only your essentials in your daypack, on days 2 and 5. Your luggage will be transported by courier to your accommodation on the following day.

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