Tokyo

  • Yanaka Shitamachi Backstreet Spot Tour

    Explore the quiet nostalgic old neighborhood of Tokyo “Yanaka” in the afternoon. This area is downtown in Tokyo and one of the few to survive the Great Kanto Earthquake and the fire bombings of World War II. Start from the JR Nippori Station and visit the nostalgic street of Yanaka Ginza. Then see the local houses, art galleries, cemeteries, historic temples, and shrines. This tour will end at Nippori Station. You could explore and learn the normal Japanese lifestyle and culture while walking with our friendly local guide.

    1.5 hours

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    ¥ 3,000 / Per Person

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  • Tsukiji Spot Tour

    Let's explore the food wonderland of Tsukiji Outer Market and enjoy sampling some delicious food. We will give you a brief introduction to the outer market, which is like a labyrinth. There are about 400 shops, so it's difficult to understand what is happening and to find the good ones by yourself. We will also explore the backstreets of the outer market, and we will make recommendations. We can enjoy several delicious tastings there, too.

    9:00-10:30 / 11:30-13:00 (1.5 hour)

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    ¥ 3,200 / Per Person

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  • Shinjuku Evening Highlight Spot Tour

    Shinjuku is the biggest entertainment town in Tokyo. It shows a lot of Japan's business, shopping, drinking, and young cultures all in one town. We will explore Shinjuku's huge area in 90 minutes. First, we will visit a small Yakitori alley, so you can feel the nostalgic atmosphere. Then we move to the biggest drinking area and red-light district, Kabukicho. See signboards and feel the night culture. Lastly, we will move to a small bar alley, Golden Gai, and then show you which are the best bars. Let's explore Shinjuku together!

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    ¥ 3,000 / Per Person

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  • Nihonbashi Highlight Walking Tour

    EDO is the old name of Tokyo. In this tour, you will visit the Nihonbashi District, which used to be the center of commerce in old Tokyo (EDO). In the EDO era numerous merchants, craftsmen, and a wide variety of goods from throughout Japan gathered here. The Nihonbashi Bridge was the starting point for the five major roads leading in and out of EDO. This area has been developed with respecting the old days’ tradition. You can experience the mixture & harmony of old/new in EDO.

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    ¥ 2,000 / Per Person

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