Once you meet your tour operator at the designated meeting point, you'll travel by coach to Hida-Takayama. In the quaint old streets of the small town that is also as known as 'Little Kyoto,' you'll explore at your own pace for about 2 hours.
Afterwards, your coach pickup you up and heads to Shirakawago, a UNESCO World Heritage Site famous for the farmhouses representative of the traditional Japanese architectural history. The construction method for the farmhouse so called “Gassho-zukuri” which refers to the shape of the roofing that looks like a person's hands put together for praying. You can walk around to take some pictures for approximately 90 minutes before heading to your accommodation at the Toyama prefecture.
The next day, after your breakfast at your hotel, the coach bus will pick you up to take you to visit to the main destination, located in the Nagano prefecture. Once you reach Murodo, where the Snow Corrdior is located, you can take your time to feel the cold, brisk air and walk around for about 80 minutes.
Your last stop before heading back to Nagoya will be a 20 minute rest stop in Tateyama to do some shopping and relaxing.