[ONLINE] Nihonbashi Virtual Highlight Tour(Tokyo)

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  • ¥ 1,000
  • 45-60 minutes
  • MAX 10 Guests

TOKYO

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.

HIGHLIGHTS
・Visit several shops with a history spanning over centuries, where you can enjoy the crafts and foods.
・Find a mixture of historic and new-age architecture on the main street with a fusion of Japanese and western cultures.
・Walk along narrow nostalgic backstreet alleys and find hole-in-the-wall eateries.
・Visit the off-the-beaten-path places like the coolest sake bars, cafes, and shops.

TOUR TIME
AM: 11:00-11:45
PM: 13:30-14:15
*Mainly Mon. Tue. Wed. Thu. Fri.
ITINERARY
E-meet at Zoom

Visit several shops with the history over centuries, where you can enjoy the flavors and crafts.
Find mixture of historic and brand-new architectures in the main street and fusion of Japanese and western cultures.
Walk along in nostalgic narrow backstreet alleys and find hole-in-the-wall eateries.
Visit the off-the-beaten-path places like the coolest sake bars, cafes and shops.

PRICE (PER PERSON)
1,000 yen/person
*All payment is expected before the tour
RETURN TIME
45-60 minutes
INCLUDED
English speaking online guide
Consultation service
NOT INCLUDED
Real guide
REMARKS
The time is Japan Standard Time.
Don't mistake.

PHOTOS

Customer's Voice (2)

Normally I would be attracted to samurai and castles, but this tour was full of interesting information about a historically significant district of Tokyo. We learned about businesses that are hundreds of years old and still survive in very niche markets today - hint: toothpicks and expensive fruit - as well as the importance of the waterways and fish markets in the development of the city. Fascinating!
by chris (06/18/20)
Thank you for the great virtual tour. I joined the Nihombashi tour in Japanese before. Therefore it was very useful to join this tour in English again. Hope REAL tour is held in the near future after Corona.
by keiko (06/18/20)