Relish an unforgettable fishing experience with local fishermen in Toba Bay, Ise-Shima! Marvel at the astounding views of Ise-Shima National Park while getting to know the fishermen, and dine on the fish you caught for lunch at a local restaurant.
- There are no toilet facilities on the boat - The tour start and end time is subject to change depending on both weather and sea conditions - Guests will be refunded if the tour is cancelled due to bad weather - The tour may be cancelled if the minimum number of participants is not met by 5:00 pm on the day before the activity - This activity is available for guests aged 7 and over - This activity requires a minimum of 2 participants - This activity is only available to foreign nationals - Guests are welcome to bring their catch back home. Please bring your own cooler box - A car will be arranged to take you back to Toba station after the tour - There will be a guide accompanying you during the tour. Lunch is also included - Please note that the guide can only handle minimal conversation in English. If you need an interpreter, please make separate arrangements - Accommodation of allergies is not guaranteed - At the end of the tour, please do not leave any rubbish behind Please understand that in booking this activity, we may share your booking information (but without individually identifiable data) to the Ministry of the Environment, with which this activity is affiliated. By making a booking, you signify that you agree to these terms.
Spend a day with local fishermen in Ise-Shima and experience the local fishing tradition. On a boat, you'll go with them to their favorite spots as they teach you their different fishing techniques. Enjoy an authentic fishing experience with picturesque views of Toba Bay islands, where you'll find an abundant variety of fish to catch such as sea bream, red snapper and horse mackerel throughout the year. And later, feast on your own catch at a local restaurant. Through this experience, you'll not only go fishing but gain valuable insights into the local fishing industry. This is a unique opportunity to chat with the locals and understand their everyday lives.