A sightseeing tour where you can enjoy Akashi, Himeji, and Awaji Island which look out on the Seto Inland Sea in Hyogo prefecture. Here you can explore the rich tradition and history that continues to this day. Located in Harima district in the southwest of Hyogo Prefecture, is the Himeji Castle, the pride of prefecture which has been designated as a World Heritage, and the Usukuchi Tatsuno Shoyu Museum which features the “Usukuchi shoyu” (light-colored soy sauce) integral to the delicate flavor of Kansai cuisine. Called "Miketsukuni" in ancient days, Awaji Island famed for popular tourist attractions such as the Awaji Yumebutai by the architect Tadao Ando, and the “Awaji Hanasajiki” (Awaji Flower Garden) where flowers flourish all year round, is home to various gourmet products such as pike eel, Awaji beef and onions. There are various shopping districts like the large shopping mall near Himeji Station, and the Uontana Shopping Street in Akashi, and visitors can sample or shop for the fresh seafood of the Seto Inland Sea or regional sakes that are unique to Hyogo.