Kyoto Departure / 7 Days/ 6 Nights

This original tour course will allow you to feel the beauty of nature, such as the white wave crests of the Sea of Japan and the magnificent mountains in any season. You will see some of the most famed locations of Japan: Mount Koya, one of the most sacred mountains in Japan, as well as Ise and its marvellous shrine, followed by Kyoto, one of the most beautiful and iconic cities nationwide, with so many striking temples and shrines. Above all, the riding routes involve a variety of characteristics, such as diversely winding roads with beautiful scenery highly recommended by local people, and highways on which you can feel the thrill of cruising on a motorcycle, ensuring that you enjoy the entire tour.

from ¥531,000

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2024 Tour schedule

Please choose your preferred departing schedule. 

This is a guided tour which will give you the possibility to enjoy Japan in total security with a tour guide and a support van accompanying you.

*Be aware that in case the minimum number of 6 riders is not reached, the tour may be canceled.


Tour Facts


Day 1  Briefing Day
DAY 2  Kyoto → Nara
DAY 3  Nara → Koyasan → Shirahama
DAY 4  Shirahama → Kumano
DAY 5  Kumano → Ise
DAY 6  Ise → Kyoto
DAY 7 Kyoto riding&sightseeing
Days 7 days, 6 nights
Store  Kyoto chuo store
Hotel Rank ★★★★☆
Total distance 1,050km (plan)




History culture

Included in Tour

  • Guide on motorcycle
  • Vehicle’s rental price

  • Support Van
  • Collision damage waiver

  • ETC card rental fee

  • Toll roads fee
  • 6 nights overnight hotel accommodations

  • 6 breakfasts/6 dinners
  • Route guide

  • Tour map

  • Tour road book

× Not Included in Tour

  • Air ticket

  • Lunches

  • Helmets, gears,and other optional accessories

  • Gasoline


Highlights include Kyoto, Ise Grand Shrine, a ninja museum, Mt. Koya, the Sea of Japan, and much more…

This tour promises an unforgettable journey through Japan's natural and cultural wonders, filled with breathtaking landscapes and historic sites.

▼ TAP/CLICK HERE▼*Daily itineraries will be shown down 
 Let's check out this tour's itinerary to start your plans for Japan… 

DAY1 : Briefing and Welcome Party

On the day before our departure, our tour guides will hold a full briefing, to explain about your tour in order to let you enjoy your tour in here Japan in with confidence and fun. They will explain about Japan's riding rules, differences unique to Japan,the national culture, and of course your tour schedule in detail. On the departure day, finally we get on our bikes and start! On these important initial two days, 

DAY 2 : Kyoto → Nara


It's time to get in the saddle and start riding on our tour! We shall depart Kyoto city, which is laid out in sections like a chessboard, and after getting into the countryside, head to Uji, a world-famous city for “Uji Matcha”, the green tea. The first stop is the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Byodo-in Phoenix Hall.
This gorgeous place was built specifically to appear as if it is floating on a pond, with a very distinctive golden phoenix fluttering on the roof of the hall. The beauty of this painting hasn’t faded even after nearly 1,000 years. This place is also featured on the Japanese ten yen coin, so why not take a photo with the real thing?
After that, we’ll ride through a beautiful tea plantation in the mountains, on the way to Nara, the very first capital of Japan in the 8th century. Nara is most famous for the Todai-ji temple and its very large statue of Buddha within. Another wonderful feature of this lovely city are the freely roaming deer everywhere!

DAY3 : Nara → Shirahama

On this day we will be arriving at Mount Koya, one of the sacred places in Japan, the centre of Shingon Buddhism founded by one of the most significant religious figures in Japan’s Buddhism, Kobo Daishi.
Despite being a small area, there is a large concentration of venerated places such as the Kongobuji temple, head temple of Shingon Buddhism and the Okunoin, a 2 km walk to Kobo Daishi’s mausoleum. We will then ride our way through the mountains to arrive at our hotel in Shirahama, one of the most ancient hot spring locations in Japan, the name of which means “white beach”, referring to a 500 metre-long bright white sand beach, one of the main attractions of this resort area.

DAY4 : Shirahama → Kumano

The first half of the day will be spent leisurely riding along the coast with the Pacific Ocean on the right, and the second half will be spent visiting a World Heritage site nestled in the mountains of Kumano. Aquaculture (the breeding and harvesting of aquatic life) is also carried out along the coast of the Kii Peninsula, and we may be able to see the scenery of a port town unique to Japan, depending on the time of year. There are three major shrines that are registered as UNESCO World Heritage Sites in the Kumano area, and the tour will visit one of them, the Nachi Taisha.
Nachi Falls, one of Japan's top three waterfalls, is located very close to Nachi Taisha, and is a popular place in Japan as a power spot that promotes longevity. In fact, the three-legged crow "Yatagarasu", which has been featured in the emblem of the Japan national soccer team for many years, is actually a messenger of the gods of Kumano. They are drawn everywhere, so please look for them.
After recharging your energy levels at a spiritual spot on the Kii Peninsula, please enjoy the seafood of Wakayama and rest your body whilst enjoying the scent of the ocean for the second half of the tour.

DAY5 : Kumano → Ise

First of all, upon leaving the hotel today we’ll visit the visually-arresting World Heritage Site of Onigajo, (“Demon’s Castle”) a nationally well-known epic area of art, sculpted by nature! This incredible place has been formed by the wind and waves over hundreds of years.
After that, we travel eastwards alongside the beautiful southern coastline of the Pacific Ocean, taking in the breath-taking views whilst enjoying the wonderful twists of the coastal roads on our way to the Japan Heritage site of the Ama Huts. This place is where the world-renowned female pearl divers fish for shellfish and other delicacies of the sea, and then serve you a lovely seafood lunch freshly cooked right in front your eyes!

DAY6 : Ise → Kyoto


Today’s ride is a fun-packed day of riding and further cultural exploration, including the world-famous Ninjas of ancient Japan!
Firstly, we’ll ride a short distance to Ise Grand Shrine, one of the top three shrines in the entire country, to take a fascinating look into the ancient history of this gorgeous shrine, set within a forest with walkways dating back to the early 19th century, in one of the most spiritual places, dedicated to the Sun Goddess Amaterasu. The area as a sacred site dates back over 2,000 years.
Afterwards, we’ll head north-west, stopping to take lunch before visiting Iga city, the birthplace of the Ninjas (assassins and spies) of feudal times. We’ll get to see a real Ninja house, full of tricks and traps, along with a museum full of their history and artifacts, before taking a photo opportunity at the nearby castle in the grounds.

DAY7 : Kyoto Riding & Sightseeing

It's already the final day of this tour! Kyoto's calm atmosphere in the morning is actually a highly recommended time to explore. Why not wake up a little early and take a walk around the hotel?
After leaving the hotel, we’ll head to Nanzenji Temple, where nature and history are uniquely combined. Here, you'll find Tenkaryumon, one of Japan's three largest great gates, also a beautiful garden, the national treasure Hojo (the chief priest's room in a Zen temple), and Suirokaku, a brick structure reminiscent of a Roman-style aqueduct. You can enjoy Japan to the fullest in this incredible location.
After enjoying the graceful atmosphere, let's take a pleasant ride through the mountainous area on the north side of Kyoto, which is rare on standard Kyoto tours. After lunch, we’ll continue riding up the mountain and enjoy your final sightseeing tour at a thatched-roofed village, which suddenly appears out of the middle of nowhere! Then we’ll make our way safely back to the store in Kyoto before the sun sets.









Motorcycle Price
P-3 531,000 yen
P-4 556,000 yen
P-5 570,000 yen
P-6 585,000 yen
P-7 628,000 yen
Tandem (pillion passenger) 371,700 yen
pre/after-tour stay arrangement  from +15,000 yen (Single room from +28,000yen)
*TWIN SHARE Price (Single use : +190,000 yen for 7days)

from ¥531,000

Option(Reservation required) /DAY  Price
Helmet(Day 2/and then daily) 1,100 yen (+220 yen)
Gloves(Day 2/and then daily) 330 yen (+110 yen)


Reccomended Motorcycles

Motorcycles available for this tour

P-3 : About 250cc, P-4 : About 400cc - 800cc, P-5 : About 600cc - 1200cc P-6 : About 900cc - 1400cc, P-7 : About over 900cc and high price in a market


Departing Store

Kyoto Chuo Store

Address 〒615-0004
28-141 Saiinshimohanadacho,Ukyo Ward,Kyoto
TEL 075-323-0051

<Nearest Airports>

Osaka International Airport
Osaka International airport lies on the prefecture between Osaka and Hyogo. 
It takes about 1 hour to Kyoto chuo store from the airport by car or train.

Regarding tour payment

  • A 20% deposit on the total tour cost is required to confirm a booking. This is to be paid within 3 days of the application being done.
  • Full payment is required a minimum of 60 days before the tour starts.
  • In case of bookings within 60days before the tour starts, payment is required IN FULL at the time of the booking.
  • For security, payment must be made by credit card.
  • There is no security deposit fee.
  • In the case of cancelling the booking, our cancellation policy will apply.
  • Any change of tour contents will comport a handling charge.


  • Things you need to bring when riding a motorcycle: Helmet and riding gear (some limited rental is available)

  • Clothing when riding a motorcycle: Safety clothing and equipment for riding a motorcycle – jacket, riding pants, boots (not sneakers), gloves

  • Participation conditions: The driver must be 18 years or older, along with a valid motorcycle licence in Japan.

  • Photos on the page are images only. Please note that the actual product or scene may differ from the image depending on the weather and season.