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MISA 田川 美沙

  • English
  • Japanese

  • Agriculture
  • Food Culture
  • Japanese Culture
  • Nationwide Interpreter Guides
  • Aizu Area
  • Central Area
  • Coastal Area
  • All areas of Fukushima Prefecture

岩崎 恵美子

  • English
  • Japanese

Through my experience worked in the foreign company, I will introduce Shirakawa area with many historic sites and beautiful nature. Also, you can enjoy taking part in the Japanese culture and tradition such as a tea ceremony etc. or some seasonal festivals. I want to be a extremely helpful English speaking staff to offer you a special memorable tour in Fukushima prefecture.

  • Regional Interpreter Guides
¥3000Hourly rate

Ogawa Takeshi小川 武

  • English
  • Japanese

I would like to guide you to enjoy the beautiful nature, attractive culture and interesting history of Fukushima. It is my pleasure to make your trip happier in Fukushima.
Kunimi Town, Koori Town, Fukushima City, Date City, Kawamata Town, Nihonmatsu City, Otama Village, Motomiya City, mainly in the northern part of the prefecture, the flowers of the four seasons, temples and shrines, museums, cafeterias loved by locals, etc. I will guide you and help you enjoy Fukushima.

  • Japanese Culture
  • History・Samurai
  • Reconstruction-related
  • Food Culture
  • Regional Interpreter Guides
  • Central Area

Yukari Itakura板倉 ゆかり

  • English
  • Japanese

Welcome to Fukushima!  Fukushima is very famous for its beautiful nature, delicious SAKE, and fruits. I would like to introduce nice people and places here. We can enjoy the Japanese Incense Ceremony, Tea ceremony, visiting some historical places or Onsens and making Kokeshi dolls together. Please enjoy your stay in Fukushima and make your trip very special! I also introduce some interesting Japanese culture courses ( ex: making sachets ). Feel free to contact me!

  • Japanese Culture
  • Trekking
  • Regional Interpreter Guides
  • Aizu Area
  • Central Area

桑田 カツ子

  • English
  • Japanese

  • Regional Interpreter Guides

Akira Atsuumi厚海 朗

  • Japanese
  • English

  • History・Samurai
  • Trekking
  • Regional Interpreter Guides
  • Coastal Area
  • Central Area
  • Aizu Area
  • All areas of Fukushima Prefecture

川井 範子

  • English
  • Japanese

Iwaki city is located along the coast and has mountains. Here is full of natures. We have some nice shops and restaurants. You could see and try Japanese cultures a lot. I visited some contries and had a good time there. This time I would like to guide you all around Iwaki wherever you would like to visit. I I hope you will have a nice trip in Japan.

  • Regional Interpreter Guides

高田 富士子

  • English
  • Japanese

I'd like to introduce the unknown but attractive spots in Fukushima Prefecture. As I’m a volunteer guide in The Omiya Bonsai Art Museum, I can introduce bonsai trees in Fukushima Prefecture. I can also introduce Japan Heritage “The single canal that opened up the future” clearly.

  • Nationwide Interpreter Guides
¥5000Hourly rate

原 眞理子

  • English
  • Japanese

Hello there! I’m Mariko. I’m a licensed Tour Guide. I was born in Fukushima and that’s where I live now, but I also lived in Tokyo for more than 30 years. Before that, I lived in Germany for three years. I have worked for an American company, a French company and a Japanese company and I have made a lot of business and personal trips to the US, Europe and Asia. Now I teach English to Japanese people and Japanese to foreigners, as well as being a tour guide. So, I think I’m quite international at this point. My hobbies are mountain climbing, walking through the streets of the cities and towns, and Aikido, which is one of the martial arts. I also like eating local foods and drinking sake and meeting people.  What would you like to do during your trip to Japan? By understanding what you’d like to do and see, I will be able to plan the best trip for you anyplace in Fukushima, Tohoku, Tokyo and many other areas. I’d like to help you discover the charm of Japan! See you soon!

  • Nationwide Interpreter Guides