Virtual Tour 👘Explore the city of the Last Samurai

Learn the history of the Last Samurai era on Jinrikisha in Ooshima Tsumugi at the Kagoshima city 

– 4pm (JST), Sunday, 27th September 2020 / Executed
 10am (JST), Sunday, 6th December 2020  / Executed
– 3pm (JST), Sunday, 6th December 2020 / Executed
– 11am (JST), Sunday, 17th January 2021 / Executed
– 3pm (JST), Saturday, 20th February 2021 / Executed
– 11am (JST), Saturday, 20th March 2021 / Executed
JPY 2,000-
Virtual Tour for one account/device


  • The tour guide in a kimono of Ooshima Tsumugi, Japanese Traditional silk pongee takes you to explore Kagoshima, the city of the Last Samurai.
  • Enjoy the live Kagoshima scenery from a Jinrikisha – human-powered vehicle which was used in the Last Samurai era.
  • Learn the history of the Meiji Restoration and Japanese modernization

Satsuma- currently Kagoshima is located in the most southern part of Japan mainland. It has been one of the main ports for trading with other countries and has interesting histories. Let us through back to the restoration era (1870’s) in the dress and the vehicle of the era and explore the city of the Last Samurai!

In your device’s screen, the tour will start with your guide, Miki at the Ooshima Tsumugi shop. She will give you some information about the city. You will also learn what Ooshima Tsumugi, silk pongee and how special it is.

After seeing Ooshima Tsumugi, you will go out with the guide to get on Jinrikisha for the tour under the sun! It is a real virtual tour! Your Jinrikisha driver takes you to the city and head to Kotsukigawa river, where has historical sites along. After getting to “Kagoshima History Road” along Kotsukigawa river, Miki will share some history about Meiji Restoration and the Last Samurai era.
If you are lucky enough, you will finish the tour with the beautiful view of Sakurajima, the active volcano in the city from the bridge.



Attendee Requirement

Minimum 4 to Maximum 30 accounts/devices


JPY 2,000-

Meeting point

by Zoom with your device

Book before

24 hour before OR until the tickets are sold out

Tips & Note

The ticket includes
– English speaking online guide
– Kagoshima souvenir (tea bags 3gx3) after the tour
– Postage charge (normal)

This tour does NOT include
– Real guide
– Telecom charge which occurs at your side

Please read before you book
– Cancellation policy: 100% refundable before one day. Not refundable for cancellation on the day or no-show

– With a ticket, you can join the tour with your family and friends by your device (one device only).

– If the tour is canceled due to bad weather conditions, a notice will be sent by e-mail before 6 PM (JST) 1 day prior to the tour. The guests will be able to reschedule/choose the alternative day or the tour fee paid will be fully refunded.

– Please download Zoom in advance.

– If any system problem occurs at our side, we will refund 100% of the ticket price.

– We will not guarantee that any system problem occurs at your side. Please check your internet connection environment before the tour. 

– The time is Japan Standard Time (GMT +9:00). To check the time zone difference between your country and Japan, you may refer to this time zone converter

– Due to the situation of COVID, it will take a longer time to ship the souvenir than normal. Some countries won’t allow importing Japanese tea. Please check with your country’s customs. We would be able to change it to other tea-related items. Please send an inquiry.

– If you want a REAL tour at the site, please CLICK HERE

– We can arrange a private tour for you. Please let us know your request!

*This tour is supported by Kagoshima city’s “Online Tourism Supporting Subsidy”.

About the host

Agehaya 揚羽家

Agehaya is the only Jinrikisha company in Kagoshima, Japan.
Jinrikisha is a vehicle which was invented in Meiji era and Kagoshima has many history regarding Meiji era of Japan. Hop on it and discover the history of 150 years ago. 

Oose Shouten 大瀬商店

Oose Shouten is located in Kagoshima city and showcases Ooshima Tsumugi, Kagoshima’s traditional handicraft. It is made in Amami Ooshima island. The process of weaving requires professional skills and time. That is why it is so precious and many Kimono fans love it. They provide Kimono rental at the site.