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Why You Should Travel With Us

Our travel agency offers tours to the most extraordinary destinations in the world! We are aware of the sacrifices a person makes to have the best experience when going on vacation and we want to make sure that is exactly what you get! Exploring the unknown with an affordable price is what every person wants and that is absolutely what you get when you choose this travel agency. Sit back and relax, EU Tours will take care of it.

Grand Opening Promotion

This is our first year in business and in celebration, we are offering a tour to Gunma Prefecture, Japan!

10-Day Gunma Prefecture Tour 2016

(10 days and 8 nights)

Starting at $2400 per person

The package includes:

  • Small groups of 15 to 25 guests per tour
  • Arrival and departure transfers in Gunma Prefecture
  • First-class airplane seats
  • Centrally-located, five star hotels: Hotel taxes, hotel service charges and all tips for hotel and restaurant personnel
  • Baggage handling
  • Buffet breakfast daily
  • 5 dinners and 3 lunchs: Drink, appetizer, entree, and desert of your choice
  • Professional tour directors and licensed local guides
  • Wireless GPS gadget if you get lost
  • Wireless headsets to hear your guide clearly and distinctly in public places
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Gunma Prefecture at Glance . . .

  • Gunma Prefecture is one of eight landlocked prefectures in Japan with it being the northwestern-most prefecture of the Kanto plain.
  • In 2015, there were about 1,971,195 people residing in Gunma Prefecture with central and southeast areas being the most concentrated.
  • It is a rural part of Japan with hot springs, meaning you can enjoy cool winters and very warm summers. The best time of the year to travel is during the months of April through November which you get to experience the natural beauty of Gunma Prefecture.
  • Japanese is the predominant language spoken in Gunma Prefecture, but since a lot of English speaking tourists are present, the English language is spoken as well.

Some helpful phrases . . .

  • Mayotte imasu... I am lost
  • Watashi wa eigo shika hanasemasen... I only speak English
  • Watashi wa watashi no hoteru o sagashiteimasu... I am looking for my hotel
  • Watashi wa eigo o hanasu hito o sagashiteimasu... I am looking for English speaking people

  • The Japanese currency is the yen. 1 yen equals 0.0089 US dollars. In Japan, currency exchange is usually handled by banks, post offices, some larger hotels and a handful of licensed money chargers found especially at international airports. Whether or not it is better to change for yen before coming into Japan depends on the currency that you hold. For instance, the US dollar is a highly traded foreign currency in Japan, you might get a favorable rate if you change US dollars into yen in Japan.

What to Do

Where to eat

Ichigoni aka Strawberry Stew (Sea urchin and abalone stew)

This is simply a rice bowl that’s one half ikura (salmon roe) and one half uni (sea urchin). They’ve pretty much just combined two of the best seafoods into one donburi. This dish is located in Aomori Prefecture, Japan.

Senbei Jiru (Senbei Soup)

If you’ve never had senbei, you’re missing out. If you’ve never had senbei jiru, well, you ought to try it. It’s probably not like the senbei you’re thinking of though. Senbei jiru tends to use fresh senbei which makes a lot more sense when you consider it’s being put in a soup. This dish is located in Aomori Prefecture, Japan.


Pork belly that’s tender, succulent, and a lot like bacon… but better. It’s seasoned with a ginger broth, awamori, and water. Basically, it’s delicious, and like bacon, kind of. This dish in located in Okinawa Prefecture, Japan.

What to Expect

Sample Itinerary for One Day

Day 1 - The Exploration of the Nature and Museums

  • 8:00am Breakfast
  • 9:00am Mount Haruna
  • 10:45am Tanigawadake Ropeway
  • 12:00pm Asama Volcano Museum
  • 1:30pm Lunch
  • 3:00pm Okawa Museum of Art
  • 4:30pm Ozegahara
  • 6:00pm Dinner
  • 7:00pm Usui Pass Railway Heritage Park
  • 8:30pm Free time
  • 10:00pm Return to hotel

A Little taste of Gunma Prefecture

ใบไม้เปลี่ยนสี เที่ยวญี่ปุ่น เมืองมินากามิ จ.กุนมะ Autumn of Japan Minakami, Gunma

Contact Us

For more information, feel free to contact Jacqueline Garner at (256)758-2396 or email her at