Area TOUR

  • Tokyo FooDrink Tour – The Tsukiji Fish Market

    Tsukiji is the World-famous market called the “Kitchen of Tokyo.” Though the inner market was moved, it is huge and still covers a large area (The Outer Market) and a mini wholesale area. Our Tokyo FooDrink Tour will take you to the vibrant stores selling the best quality foods in the outer market. You will sample a variety of Japanese foods ranging from finger foods to delicacies. Our knowledgeable guides also deliver a lot of tips about the Japanese culinary culture during the tour. We also visit the mini wholesale area and see many kinds of fish and foods, then eat the freshest tuna! The tour will be concluded at an authentic Sushi restaurant with fresh Sushi.

    8:30-11:30 (3.0 hours)

    428 Reviews

    ¥ 9,500 / Per Person

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  • Kyoto FooDrink Tour – Nishiki Street & Gion

    Gain a thoroughly enjoyable introduction to Kyoto’s food culture with this small-group guided tour for the city’s best eating spots. Start at the deliciously vast 400-year-old Nishiki Market, nicknamed 'Kyoto's Kitchen,' where over 130 food shops and stalls will beckon your taste buds. Stroll through the Market and learn about its history and taste the various dishes unique to Kyoto including: Tofu Skin, Sesame Cracker, Croquette, Japanese Pike Conger Eel, Japanese omelet, and Sake. Then rest your appetite by visiting a nearby shrine dedicated to the God of Education.

    3.0 hours

    94 Reviews

    ¥ 9,500 / Per Person

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  • Kamakura Private Walking Tour

    Take a train heading south from Tokyo for about 1 hour and you will get to Kamakura, the old Shogunate capital of Japan. Kamakura has many historically significant Buddhist temples and Shinto shrines, so you may be able to somehow still feel the samurai power at these historic sites. These sites include the Tsurugaoka Hachiman Shrine, the Hasedera Temple, and the Great Buddha! You can also explore the local shopping street “Komachi Dori”. HIGHLIGHTS • Visit Tsurugaoka Hachiman Shrine • Enjoy shopping at Komachi Dori • Check out the Great Buddha

    8 hours

    2 Reviews

    ¥ 43,000 / Per Group

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  • Mt. Fuji Pilgrim Hiking (1st to 5th Station)

    Mt. Fuji is not only a symbol of Japan but has been an object of worship for centuries. As a World Heritage Cultural Site, Mt. Fuji includes lots of historic and cultural values. This tour follows the traditional pilgrimage route from the base (Umagaeshi) to the 5th station. You’ll enjoy the historical and cultural heritage along the way. You will start hiking in the forest area and then start to see it change to a more mountainous terrain when you approach the forest limit line (2,500m). You will hike approximately 6 km (3.7 miles) for 4 hours. Enjoy this spiritual and relaxing hike with our professional local guide who will tell you about the ancient history of Mt. Fuji!

    7.0 Hours

    1 Reviews

    ¥ 42,500 / Per Group

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  • Sendai & Matsushima 1–Day Highlight Private Walking Tour (7 Hours)

    Sendai is the biggest city in the northern part of Japan, and well known for its unique history, food and nature. You can get a really good understanding of Japan with this tour of Sendai. We will visit Zuihoden (the Mausoleum of Shogun), the Osaki Hachimangu Shrine (a Shinto Shrine, one of the National Treasures of Japan), the Entsuin Temple (a beautiful Japanese Garden) and the Zuiganji Temple (another National Treasure of Japan). You could become a real master of Japan after visiting Sendai!

    7 hours

    1 Reviews

    ¥ 35,000 / Per Group

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  • Fukushima Disaster Area Day Tour from Fukushima <Private>

    On 11th March 2011, a huge earthquake and Tsunami hit East Japan without mercy. Even worse, we lost control of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant. At present, more than 18,000 people are counted as dead or missing. In this tour, we visit the coastal area of Fukushima. We visit three types of areas along with the coast while explaining the past, present, and future of Fukushima.

    10 hours

    0 Reviews

    ¥ 200,000 / Per Group

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  • Tokyo FooDrink Tour – Local Delicatessen Street “Sunamachi”

    Sunamachi shopping street is a 670 meters long street located in a residential area of East Tokyo. You may think of Tokyo as a modern high-tech city full of busy people, however, here in Sunamachi, time flows slowly, and friendly supportive locals still run their family businesses. Exploring and seeing nostalgic shops is enjoyable. For example, an Oden hotpot shop sells the steaming hot ingredients at the front and a Yakitori Skewed chicken shop always gives off good smells. Many shops have been in business for over 60 years. Their foods are made with passed down family recipes and have supported the neighborhoods’ daily diet.

    3.5 hours

    55 Reviews

    ¥ 9,500 / Per Person

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  • Kyoto FooDrink Tour – Arashiyama

    Maybe you have seen the picture of the Bamboo Grove of Japan at least once. It’s the highlight of Arashiyama! Arashiyama was a villa and a symbol of aristocracy more than 1000 years ago. We also visit the beautiful traditional Togetsukyo bridge and Tenryuji temple with stunning gardens. Then we will walk around the Sagano area.

    3.5 hours

    70 Reviews

    ¥ 10,500 / Per Person

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  • Mt. Fuji Highlight Private Walking Tour (7 Hours)

    If you want to enjoy Mt. Fuji without the climb, visit the Fuji Five Lakes area which is developed as a resort area and provides a breathtaking view of the mountain on clear days. Lake Kawaguchi is the easiest to access as it takes less than 2 hours from Tokyo by bus and is an ideal day trip destination from Tokyo. Experience our customized private tour around Lake Kawaguchi and enjoy the view, culture, history, and food around Mt. Fuji. Our professional local guide will customize your trip based on your interests and the weather to make the most of your day!

    7.0 Hours

    6 Reviews

    ¥ 37,500 / Per Group

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  • Nagasaki 1–Day Highlight Private Walking Tour (8 Hours)

    Nagasaki was the only place that had a connection to the world during the Edo era. (17th-19th century). During this time Nagasaki was the only place acting as an International trade market providing the world with Japanese art and cultural influences. Because of this Nagasaki also gained strong influences from many foreign countries. (China, Korea, Portugal, Holland, etc.) You can find a lot of non-Japanese architecture and gardens, here. Additionally, Nagasaki was also one of the locations where the atomic bomb was dropped during World War 2. It is an amazing place to go see all the International influences that were left on this city. Let's explore the interesting sights in Nagasaki, together!!

    8 hours

    0 Reviews

    ¥ 40,000 / Per Group

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  • Fukushima Disaster Area Day Tour from Tokyo (Within 20 km of Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant)

    On 11th March 2011, a huge earthquake and Tsunami hit East Japan without mercy. Even worse, we lost control of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant. At present, more than 18,000 people are counted as dead or missing. In this tour, we visit the coastal area of Fukushima. We visit three types of areas along with the coast while explaining the past, present, and future of Fukushima.

    12 hours

    22 Reviews

    ¥ 23,000 / Per Person

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  • Asakusa Street Food and Local Drink Tour [Evening Tour]

    Tour Asakusa at night when there are fewer tourists and more locals coming out for the nightlife. Eat local foods and drink alcoholic beverages as you mingle with the locals. First, taste Sake and learn about Sake culture and the different types in Japan. Then, stroll around the beautiful area. Nighttime in Sensoji Temple is calm and peaceful rather than the busy daytime. The tour takes you to a Japanese Izakaya bar and a Monja-yaki or savory pancake restaurant. Monja-yaki is a Tokyoite’s soul food! Let’s try local foods and join in the Japanese Kampai (“Cheers” in Japanese) party.

    3 hours

    28 Reviews

    ¥ 13,000 / Per Person

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Tokyo

Area TOUR

  • Tokyo FooDrink Tour – The Tsukiji Fish Market

    Tsukiji is the World-famous market called the “Kitchen of Tokyo.” Though the inner market was moved, it is huge and still covers a large area (The Outer Market) and a mini wholesale area. Our Tokyo FooDrink Tour will take you to the vibrant stores selling the best quality foods in the outer market. You will sample a variety of Japanese foods ranging from finger foods to delicacies. Our knowledgeable guides also deliver a lot of tips about the Japanese culinary culture during the tour. We also visit the mini wholesale area and see many kinds of fish and foods, then eat the freshest tuna! The tour will be concluded at an authentic Sushi restaurant with fresh Sushi.

    8:30-11:30 (3.0 hours)

    423 Reviews

    ¥ 9,500 / Per Person

    View Detail
  • Kyoto FooDrink Tour – Nishiki Street & Gion

    Gain a thoroughly enjoyable introduction to Kyoto’s food culture with this small-group guided tour for the city’s best eating spots. Start at the deliciously vast 400-year-old Nishiki Market, nicknamed 'Kyoto's Kitchen,' where over 130 food shops and stalls will beckon your taste buds. Stroll through the Market and learn about its history and taste the various dishes unique to Kyoto including: Tofu Skin, Sesame Cracker, Croquette, Japanese Pike Conger Eel, Japanese omelet, and Sake. Then rest your appetite by visiting a nearby shrine dedicated to the God of Education.

    3.0 hours

    94 Reviews

    ¥ 9,500 / Per Person

    View Detail
  • Kamakura Private Walking Tour

    Take a train heading south from Tokyo for about 1 hour and you will get to Kamakura, the old Shogunate capital of Japan. Kamakura has many historically significant Buddhist temples and Shinto shrines, so you may be able to somehow still feel the samurai power at these historic sites. These sites include the Tsurugaoka Hachiman Shrine, the Hasedera Temple, and the Great Buddha! You can also explore the local shopping street “Komachi Dori”. HIGHLIGHTS • Visit Tsurugaoka Hachiman Shrine • Enjoy shopping at Komachi Dori • Check out the Great Buddha

    8 hours

    2 Reviews

    ¥ 43,000 / Per Group

    View Detail
  • Mt. Fuji Pilgrim Hiking (1st to 5th Station)

    Mt. Fuji is not only a symbol of Japan but has been an object of worship for centuries. As a World Heritage Cultural Site, Mt. Fuji includes lots of historic and cultural values. This tour follows the traditional pilgrimage route from the base (Umagaeshi) to the 5th station. You’ll enjoy the historical and cultural heritage along the way. You will start hiking in the forest area and then start to see it change to a more mountainous terrain when you approach the forest limit line (2,500m). You will hike approximately 6 km (3.7 miles) for 4 hours. Enjoy this spiritual and relaxing hike with our professional local guide who will tell you about the ancient history of Mt. Fuji!

    7.0 Hours

    1 Reviews

    ¥ 42,500 / Per Group

    View Detail
  • Sendai & Matsushima 1–Day Highlight Private Walking Tour (7 Hours)

    Sendai is the biggest city in the northern part of Japan, and well known for its unique history, food and nature. You can get a really good understanding of Japan with this tour of Sendai. We will visit Zuihoden (the Mausoleum of Shogun), the Osaki Hachimangu Shrine (a Shinto Shrine, one of the National Treasures of Japan), the Entsuin Temple (a beautiful Japanese Garden) and the Zuiganji Temple (another National Treasure of Japan). You could become a real master of Japan after visiting Sendai!

    7 hours

    1 Reviews

    ¥ 35,000 / Per Group

    View Detail
  • Fukushima Disaster Area Day Tour from Fukushima <Private>

    On 11th March 2011, a huge earthquake and Tsunami hit East Japan without mercy. Even worse, we lost control of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant. At present, more than 18,000 people are counted as dead or missing. In this tour, we visit the coastal area of Fukushima. We visit three types of areas along with the coast while explaining the past, present, and future of Fukushima.

    10 hours

    0 Reviews

    ¥ 200,000 / Per Group

    View Detail
  • Tokyo FooDrink Tour – Local Delicatessen Street “Sunamachi”

    Sunamachi shopping street is a 670 meters long street located in a residential area of East Tokyo. You may think of Tokyo as a modern high-tech city full of busy people, however, here in Sunamachi, time flows slowly, and friendly supportive locals still run their family businesses. Exploring and seeing nostalgic shops is enjoyable. For example, an Oden hotpot shop sells the steaming hot ingredients at the front and a Yakitori Skewed chicken shop always gives off good smells. Many shops have been in business for over 60 years. Their foods are made with passed down family recipes and have supported the neighborhoods’ daily diet.

    3.5 hours

    55 Reviews

    ¥ 9,500 / Per Person

    View Detail
  • Kyoto FooDrink Tour – Arashiyama

    Maybe you have seen the picture of the Bamboo Grove of Japan at least once. It’s the highlight of Arashiyama! Arashiyama was a villa and a symbol of aristocracy more than 1000 years ago. We also visit the beautiful traditional Togetsukyo bridge and Tenryuji temple with stunning gardens. Then we will walk around the Sagano area.

    3.5 hours

    70 Reviews

    ¥ 10,500 / Per Person

    View Detail
  • Mt. Fuji Highlight Private Walking Tour (7 Hours)

    If you want to enjoy Mt. Fuji without the climb, visit the Fuji Five Lakes area which is developed as a resort area and provides a breathtaking view of the mountain on clear days. Lake Kawaguchi is the easiest to access as it takes less than 2 hours from Tokyo by bus and is an ideal day trip destination from Tokyo. Experience our customized private tour around Lake Kawaguchi and enjoy the view, culture, history, and food around Mt. Fuji. Our professional local guide will customize your trip based on your interests and the weather to make the most of your day!

    7.0 Hours

    5 Reviews

    ¥ 37,500 / Per Group

    View Detail
  • Nagasaki 1–Day Highlight Private Walking Tour (8 Hours)

    Nagasaki was the only place that had a connection to the world during the Edo era. (17th-19th century). During this time Nagasaki was the only place acting as an International trade market providing the world with Japanese art and cultural influences. Because of this Nagasaki also gained strong influences from many foreign countries. (China, Korea, Portugal, Holland, etc.) You can find a lot of non-Japanese architecture and gardens, here. Additionally, Nagasaki was also one of the locations where the atomic bomb was dropped during World War 2. It is an amazing place to go see all the International influences that were left on this city. Let's explore the interesting sights in Nagasaki, together!!

    8 hours

    0 Reviews

    ¥ 40,000 / Per Group

    View Detail
  • Fukushima Disaster Area Day Tour from Tokyo (Within 20 km of Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant)

    On 11th March 2011, a huge earthquake and Tsunami hit East Japan without mercy. Even worse, we lost control of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant. At present, more than 18,000 people are counted as dead or missing. In this tour, we visit the coastal area of Fukushima. We visit three types of areas along with the coast while explaining the past, present, and future of Fukushima.

    12 hours

    21 Reviews

    ¥ 23,000 / Per Person

    View Detail
  • Asakusa Street Food and Local Drink Tour [Evening Tour]

    Tour Asakusa at night when there are fewer tourists and more locals coming out for the nightlife. Eat local foods and drink alcoholic beverages as you mingle with the locals. First, taste Sake and learn about Sake culture and the different types in Japan. Then, stroll around the beautiful area. Nighttime in Sensoji Temple is calm and peaceful rather than the busy daytime. The tour takes you to a Japanese Izakaya bar and a Monja-yaki or savory pancake restaurant. Monja-yaki is a Tokyoite’s soul food! Let’s try local foods and join in the Japanese Kampai (“Cheers” in Japanese) party.

    3 hours

    28 Reviews

    ¥ 13,000 / Per Person

    View Detail
Kyoto

Area TOUR

  • Tokyo FooDrink Tour – The Tsukiji Fish Market

    Tsukiji is the World-famous market called the “Kitchen of Tokyo.” Though the inner market was moved, it is huge and still covers a large area (The Outer Market) and a mini wholesale area. Our Tokyo FooDrink Tour will take you to the vibrant stores selling the best quality foods in the outer market. You will sample a variety of Japanese foods ranging from finger foods to delicacies. Our knowledgeable guides also deliver a lot of tips about the Japanese culinary culture during the tour. We also visit the mini wholesale area and see many kinds of fish and foods, then eat the freshest tuna! The tour will be concluded at an authentic Sushi restaurant with fresh Sushi.

    8:30-11:30 (3.0 hours)

    423 Reviews

    ¥ 9,500 / Per Person

    View Detail
  • Kyoto FooDrink Tour – Nishiki Street & Gion

    Gain a thoroughly enjoyable introduction to Kyoto’s food culture with this small-group guided tour for the city’s best eating spots. Start at the deliciously vast 400-year-old Nishiki Market, nicknamed 'Kyoto's Kitchen,' where over 130 food shops and stalls will beckon your taste buds. Stroll through the Market and learn about its history and taste the various dishes unique to Kyoto including: Tofu Skin, Sesame Cracker, Croquette, Japanese Pike Conger Eel, Japanese omelet, and Sake. Then rest your appetite by visiting a nearby shrine dedicated to the God of Education.

    3.0 hours

    94 Reviews

    ¥ 9,500 / Per Person

    View Detail
  • Kamakura Private Walking Tour

    Take a train heading south from Tokyo for about 1 hour and you will get to Kamakura, the old Shogunate capital of Japan. Kamakura has many historically significant Buddhist temples and Shinto shrines, so you may be able to somehow still feel the samurai power at these historic sites. These sites include the Tsurugaoka Hachiman Shrine, the Hasedera Temple, and the Great Buddha! You can also explore the local shopping street “Komachi Dori”. HIGHLIGHTS • Visit Tsurugaoka Hachiman Shrine • Enjoy shopping at Komachi Dori • Check out the Great Buddha

    8 hours

    2 Reviews

    ¥ 43,000 / Per Group

    View Detail
  • Mt. Fuji Pilgrim Hiking (1st to 5th Station)

    Mt. Fuji is not only a symbol of Japan but has been an object of worship for centuries. As a World Heritage Cultural Site, Mt. Fuji includes lots of historic and cultural values. This tour follows the traditional pilgrimage route from the base (Umagaeshi) to the 5th station. You’ll enjoy the historical and cultural heritage along the way. You will start hiking in the forest area and then start to see it change to a more mountainous terrain when you approach the forest limit line (2,500m). You will hike approximately 6 km (3.7 miles) for 4 hours. Enjoy this spiritual and relaxing hike with our professional local guide who will tell you about the ancient history of Mt. Fuji!

    7.0 Hours

    1 Reviews

    ¥ 42,500 / Per Group

    View Detail
  • Sendai & Matsushima 1–Day Highlight Private Walking Tour (7 Hours)

    Sendai is the biggest city in the northern part of Japan, and well known for its unique history, food and nature. You can get a really good understanding of Japan with this tour of Sendai. We will visit Zuihoden (the Mausoleum of Shogun), the Osaki Hachimangu Shrine (a Shinto Shrine, one of the National Treasures of Japan), the Entsuin Temple (a beautiful Japanese Garden) and the Zuiganji Temple (another National Treasure of Japan). You could become a real master of Japan after visiting Sendai!

    7 hours

    1 Reviews

    ¥ 35,000 / Per Group

    View Detail
  • Fukushima Disaster Area Day Tour from Fukushima <Private>

    On 11th March 2011, a huge earthquake and Tsunami hit East Japan without mercy. Even worse, we lost control of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant. At present, more than 18,000 people are counted as dead or missing. In this tour, we visit the coastal area of Fukushima. We visit three types of areas along with the coast while explaining the past, present, and future of Fukushima.

    10 hours

    0 Reviews

    ¥ 200,000 / Per Group

    View Detail
  • Tokyo FooDrink Tour – Local Delicatessen Street “Sunamachi”

    Sunamachi shopping street is a 670 meters long street located in a residential area of East Tokyo. You may think of Tokyo as a modern high-tech city full of busy people, however, here in Sunamachi, time flows slowly, and friendly supportive locals still run their family businesses. Exploring and seeing nostalgic shops is enjoyable. For example, an Oden hotpot shop sells the steaming hot ingredients at the front and a Yakitori Skewed chicken shop always gives off good smells. Many shops have been in business for over 60 years. Their foods are made with passed down family recipes and have supported the neighborhoods’ daily diet.

    3.5 hours

    55 Reviews

    ¥ 9,500 / Per Person

    View Detail
  • Kyoto FooDrink Tour – Arashiyama

    Maybe you have seen the picture of the Bamboo Grove of Japan at least once. It’s the highlight of Arashiyama! Arashiyama was a villa and a symbol of aristocracy more than 1000 years ago. We also visit the beautiful traditional Togetsukyo bridge and Tenryuji temple with stunning gardens. Then we will walk around the Sagano area.

    3.5 hours

    70 Reviews

    ¥ 10,500 / Per Person

    View Detail
  • Mt. Fuji Highlight Private Walking Tour (7 Hours)

    If you want to enjoy Mt. Fuji without the climb, visit the Fuji Five Lakes area which is developed as a resort area and provides a breathtaking view of the mountain on clear days. Lake Kawaguchi is the easiest to access as it takes less than 2 hours from Tokyo by bus and is an ideal day trip destination from Tokyo. Experience our customized private tour around Lake Kawaguchi and enjoy the view, culture, history, and food around Mt. Fuji. Our professional local guide will customize your trip based on your interests and the weather to make the most of your day!

    7.0 Hours

    5 Reviews

    ¥ 37,500 / Per Group

    View Detail
  • Nagasaki 1–Day Highlight Private Walking Tour (8 Hours)

    Nagasaki was the only place that had a connection to the world during the Edo era. (17th-19th century). During this time Nagasaki was the only place acting as an International trade market providing the world with Japanese art and cultural influences. Because of this Nagasaki also gained strong influences from many foreign countries. (China, Korea, Portugal, Holland, etc.) You can find a lot of non-Japanese architecture and gardens, here. Additionally, Nagasaki was also one of the locations where the atomic bomb was dropped during World War 2. It is an amazing place to go see all the International influences that were left on this city. Let's explore the interesting sights in Nagasaki, together!!

    8 hours

    0 Reviews

    ¥ 40,000 / Per Group

    View Detail
  • Fukushima Disaster Area Day Tour from Tokyo (Within 20 km of Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant)

    On 11th March 2011, a huge earthquake and Tsunami hit East Japan without mercy. Even worse, we lost control of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant. At present, more than 18,000 people are counted as dead or missing. In this tour, we visit the coastal area of Fukushima. We visit three types of areas along with the coast while explaining the past, present, and future of Fukushima.

    12 hours

    21 Reviews

    ¥ 23,000 / Per Person

    View Detail
  • Asakusa Street Food and Local Drink Tour [Evening Tour]

    Tour Asakusa at night when there are fewer tourists and more locals coming out for the nightlife. Eat local foods and drink alcoholic beverages as you mingle with the locals. First, taste Sake and learn about Sake culture and the different types in Japan. Then, stroll around the beautiful area. Nighttime in Sensoji Temple is calm and peaceful rather than the busy daytime. The tour takes you to a Japanese Izakaya bar and a Monja-yaki or savory pancake restaurant. Monja-yaki is a Tokyoite’s soul food! Let’s try local foods and join in the Japanese Kampai (“Cheers” in Japanese) party.

    3 hours

    28 Reviews

    ¥ 13,000 / Per Person

    View Detail
Mt. Fuji

Area TOUR

  • Tokyo FooDrink Tour – The Tsukiji Fish Market

    Tsukiji is the World-famous market called the “Kitchen of Tokyo.” Though the inner market was moved, it is huge and still covers a large area (The Outer Market) and a mini wholesale area. Our Tokyo FooDrink Tour will take you to the vibrant stores selling the best quality foods in the outer market. You will sample a variety of Japanese foods ranging from finger foods to delicacies. Our knowledgeable guides also deliver a lot of tips about the Japanese culinary culture during the tour. We also visit the mini wholesale area and see many kinds of fish and foods, then eat the freshest tuna! The tour will be concluded at an authentic Sushi restaurant with fresh Sushi.

    8:30-11:30 (3.0 hours)

    423 Reviews

    ¥ 9,500 / Per Person

    View Detail
  • Kyoto FooDrink Tour – Nishiki Street & Gion

    Gain a thoroughly enjoyable introduction to Kyoto’s food culture with this small-group guided tour for the city’s best eating spots. Start at the deliciously vast 400-year-old Nishiki Market, nicknamed 'Kyoto's Kitchen,' where over 130 food shops and stalls will beckon your taste buds. Stroll through the Market and learn about its history and taste the various dishes unique to Kyoto including: Tofu Skin, Sesame Cracker, Croquette, Japanese Pike Conger Eel, Japanese omelet, and Sake. Then rest your appetite by visiting a nearby shrine dedicated to the God of Education.

    3.0 hours

    94 Reviews

    ¥ 9,500 / Per Person

    View Detail
  • Kamakura Private Walking Tour

    Take a train heading south from Tokyo for about 1 hour and you will get to Kamakura, the old Shogunate capital of Japan. Kamakura has many historically significant Buddhist temples and Shinto shrines, so you may be able to somehow still feel the samurai power at these historic sites. These sites include the Tsurugaoka Hachiman Shrine, the Hasedera Temple, and the Great Buddha! You can also explore the local shopping street “Komachi Dori”. HIGHLIGHTS • Visit Tsurugaoka Hachiman Shrine • Enjoy shopping at Komachi Dori • Check out the Great Buddha

    8 hours

    2 Reviews

    ¥ 43,000 / Per Group

    View Detail
  • Mt. Fuji Pilgrim Hiking (1st to 5th Station)

    Mt. Fuji is not only a symbol of Japan but has been an object of worship for centuries. As a World Heritage Cultural Site, Mt. Fuji includes lots of historic and cultural values. This tour follows the traditional pilgrimage route from the base (Umagaeshi) to the 5th station. You’ll enjoy the historical and cultural heritage along the way. You will start hiking in the forest area and then start to see it change to a more mountainous terrain when you approach the forest limit line (2,500m). You will hike approximately 6 km (3.7 miles) for 4 hours. Enjoy this spiritual and relaxing hike with our professional local guide who will tell you about the ancient history of Mt. Fuji!

    7.0 Hours

    1 Reviews

    ¥ 42,500 / Per Group

    View Detail
  • Sendai & Matsushima 1–Day Highlight Private Walking Tour (7 Hours)

    Sendai is the biggest city in the northern part of Japan, and well known for its unique history, food and nature. You can get a really good understanding of Japan with this tour of Sendai. We will visit Zuihoden (the Mausoleum of Shogun), the Osaki Hachimangu Shrine (a Shinto Shrine, one of the National Treasures of Japan), the Entsuin Temple (a beautiful Japanese Garden) and the Zuiganji Temple (another National Treasure of Japan). You could become a real master of Japan after visiting Sendai!

    7 hours

    1 Reviews

    ¥ 35,000 / Per Group

    View Detail
  • Fukushima Disaster Area Day Tour from Fukushima <Private>

    On 11th March 2011, a huge earthquake and Tsunami hit East Japan without mercy. Even worse, we lost control of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant. At present, more than 18,000 people are counted as dead or missing. In this tour, we visit the coastal area of Fukushima. We visit three types of areas along with the coast while explaining the past, present, and future of Fukushima.

    10 hours

    0 Reviews

    ¥ 200,000 / Per Group

    View Detail
  • Tokyo FooDrink Tour – Local Delicatessen Street “Sunamachi”

    Sunamachi shopping street is a 670 meters long street located in a residential area of East Tokyo. You may think of Tokyo as a modern high-tech city full of busy people, however, here in Sunamachi, time flows slowly, and friendly supportive locals still run their family businesses. Exploring and seeing nostalgic shops is enjoyable. For example, an Oden hotpot shop sells the steaming hot ingredients at the front and a Yakitori Skewed chicken shop always gives off good smells. Many shops have been in business for over 60 years. Their foods are made with passed down family recipes and have supported the neighborhoods’ daily diet.

    3.5 hours

    55 Reviews

    ¥ 9,500 / Per Person

    View Detail
  • Kyoto FooDrink Tour – Arashiyama

    Maybe you have seen the picture of the Bamboo Grove of Japan at least once. It’s the highlight of Arashiyama! Arashiyama was a villa and a symbol of aristocracy more than 1000 years ago. We also visit the beautiful traditional Togetsukyo bridge and Tenryuji temple with stunning gardens. Then we will walk around the Sagano area.

    3.5 hours

    70 Reviews

    ¥ 10,500 / Per Person

    View Detail
  • Mt. Fuji Highlight Private Walking Tour (7 Hours)

    If you want to enjoy Mt. Fuji without the climb, visit the Fuji Five Lakes area which is developed as a resort area and provides a breathtaking view of the mountain on clear days. Lake Kawaguchi is the easiest to access as it takes less than 2 hours from Tokyo by bus and is an ideal day trip destination from Tokyo. Experience our customized private tour around Lake Kawaguchi and enjoy the view, culture, history, and food around Mt. Fuji. Our professional local guide will customize your trip based on your interests and the weather to make the most of your day!

    7.0 Hours

    5 Reviews

    ¥ 37,500 / Per Group

    View Detail
  • Nagasaki 1–Day Highlight Private Walking Tour (8 Hours)

    Nagasaki was the only place that had a connection to the world during the Edo era. (17th-19th century). During this time Nagasaki was the only place acting as an International trade market providing the world with Japanese art and cultural influences. Because of this Nagasaki also gained strong influences from many foreign countries. (China, Korea, Portugal, Holland, etc.) You can find a lot of non-Japanese architecture and gardens, here. Additionally, Nagasaki was also one of the locations where the atomic bomb was dropped during World War 2. It is an amazing place to go see all the International influences that were left on this city. Let's explore the interesting sights in Nagasaki, together!!

    8 hours

    0 Reviews

    ¥ 40,000 / Per Group

    View Detail
  • Fukushima Disaster Area Day Tour from Tokyo (Within 20 km of Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant)

    On 11th March 2011, a huge earthquake and Tsunami hit East Japan without mercy. Even worse, we lost control of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant. At present, more than 18,000 people are counted as dead or missing. In this tour, we visit the coastal area of Fukushima. We visit three types of areas along with the coast while explaining the past, present, and future of Fukushima.

    12 hours

    21 Reviews

    ¥ 23,000 / Per Person

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  • Asakusa Street Food and Local Drink Tour [Evening Tour]

    Tour Asakusa at night when there are fewer tourists and more locals coming out for the nightlife. Eat local foods and drink alcoholic beverages as you mingle with the locals. First, taste Sake and learn about Sake culture and the different types in Japan. Then, stroll around the beautiful area. Nighttime in Sensoji Temple is calm and peaceful rather than the busy daytime. The tour takes you to a Japanese Izakaya bar and a Monja-yaki or savory pancake restaurant. Monja-yaki is a Tokyoite’s soul food! Let’s try local foods and join in the Japanese Kampai (“Cheers” in Japanese) party.

    3 hours

    28 Reviews

    ¥ 13,000 / Per Person

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Fukushima

Area TOUR

  • Tokyo FooDrink Tour – The Tsukiji Fish Market

    Tsukiji is the World-famous market called the “Kitchen of Tokyo.” Though the inner market was moved, it is huge and still covers a large area (The Outer Market) and a mini wholesale area. Our Tokyo FooDrink Tour will take you to the vibrant stores selling the best quality foods in the outer market. You will sample a variety of Japanese foods ranging from finger foods to delicacies. Our knowledgeable guides also deliver a lot of tips about the Japanese culinary culture during the tour. We also visit the mini wholesale area and see many kinds of fish and foods, then eat the freshest tuna! The tour will be concluded at an authentic Sushi restaurant with fresh Sushi.

    8:30-11:30 (3.0 hours)

    423 Reviews

    ¥ 9,500 / Per Person

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  • Kyoto FooDrink Tour – Nishiki Street & Gion

    Gain a thoroughly enjoyable introduction to Kyoto’s food culture with this small-group guided tour for the city’s best eating spots. Start at the deliciously vast 400-year-old Nishiki Market, nicknamed 'Kyoto's Kitchen,' where over 130 food shops and stalls will beckon your taste buds. Stroll through the Market and learn about its history and taste the various dishes unique to Kyoto including: Tofu Skin, Sesame Cracker, Croquette, Japanese Pike Conger Eel, Japanese omelet, and Sake. Then rest your appetite by visiting a nearby shrine dedicated to the God of Education.

    3.0 hours

    94 Reviews

    ¥ 9,500 / Per Person

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  • Kamakura Private Walking Tour

    Take a train heading south from Tokyo for about 1 hour and you will get to Kamakura, the old Shogunate capital of Japan. Kamakura has many historically significant Buddhist temples and Shinto shrines, so you may be able to somehow still feel the samurai power at these historic sites. These sites include the Tsurugaoka Hachiman Shrine, the Hasedera Temple, and the Great Buddha! You can also explore the local shopping street “Komachi Dori”. HIGHLIGHTS • Visit Tsurugaoka Hachiman Shrine • Enjoy shopping at Komachi Dori • Check out the Great Buddha

    8 hours

    2 Reviews

    ¥ 43,000 / Per Group

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  • Mt. Fuji Pilgrim Hiking (1st to 5th Station)

    Mt. Fuji is not only a symbol of Japan but has been an object of worship for centuries. As a World Heritage Cultural Site, Mt. Fuji includes lots of historic and cultural values. This tour follows the traditional pilgrimage route from the base (Umagaeshi) to the 5th station. You’ll enjoy the historical and cultural heritage along the way. You will start hiking in the forest area and then start to see it change to a more mountainous terrain when you approach the forest limit line (2,500m). You will hike approximately 6 km (3.7 miles) for 4 hours. Enjoy this spiritual and relaxing hike with our professional local guide who will tell you about the ancient history of Mt. Fuji!

    7.0 Hours

    1 Reviews

    ¥ 42,500 / Per Group

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  • Sendai & Matsushima 1–Day Highlight Private Walking Tour (7 Hours)

    Sendai is the biggest city in the northern part of Japan, and well known for its unique history, food and nature. You can get a really good understanding of Japan with this tour of Sendai. We will visit Zuihoden (the Mausoleum of Shogun), the Osaki Hachimangu Shrine (a Shinto Shrine, one of the National Treasures of Japan), the Entsuin Temple (a beautiful Japanese Garden) and the Zuiganji Temple (another National Treasure of Japan). You could become a real master of Japan after visiting Sendai!

    7 hours

    1 Reviews

    ¥ 35,000 / Per Group

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  • Fukushima Disaster Area Day Tour from Fukushima <Private>

    On 11th March 2011, a huge earthquake and Tsunami hit East Japan without mercy. Even worse, we lost control of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant. At present, more than 18,000 people are counted as dead or missing. In this tour, we visit the coastal area of Fukushima. We visit three types of areas along with the coast while explaining the past, present, and future of Fukushima.

    10 hours

    0 Reviews

    ¥ 200,000 / Per Group

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  • Tokyo FooDrink Tour – Local Delicatessen Street “Sunamachi”

    Sunamachi shopping street is a 670 meters long street located in a residential area of East Tokyo. You may think of Tokyo as a modern high-tech city full of busy people, however, here in Sunamachi, time flows slowly, and friendly supportive locals still run their family businesses. Exploring and seeing nostalgic shops is enjoyable. For example, an Oden hotpot shop sells the steaming hot ingredients at the front and a Yakitori Skewed chicken shop always gives off good smells. Many shops have been in business for over 60 years. Their foods are made with passed down family recipes and have supported the neighborhoods’ daily diet.

    3.5 hours

    55 Reviews

    ¥ 9,500 / Per Person

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  • Kyoto FooDrink Tour – Arashiyama

    Maybe you have seen the picture of the Bamboo Grove of Japan at least once. It’s the highlight of Arashiyama! Arashiyama was a villa and a symbol of aristocracy more than 1000 years ago. We also visit the beautiful traditional Togetsukyo bridge and Tenryuji temple with stunning gardens. Then we will walk around the Sagano area.

    3.5 hours

    70 Reviews

    ¥ 10,500 / Per Person

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  • Mt. Fuji Highlight Private Walking Tour (7 Hours)

    If you want to enjoy Mt. Fuji without the climb, visit the Fuji Five Lakes area which is developed as a resort area and provides a breathtaking view of the mountain on clear days. Lake Kawaguchi is the easiest to access as it takes less than 2 hours from Tokyo by bus and is an ideal day trip destination from Tokyo. Experience our customized private tour around Lake Kawaguchi and enjoy the view, culture, history, and food around Mt. Fuji. Our professional local guide will customize your trip based on your interests and the weather to make the most of your day!

    7.0 Hours

    5 Reviews

    ¥ 37,500 / Per Group

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  • Nagasaki 1–Day Highlight Private Walking Tour (8 Hours)

    Nagasaki was the only place that had a connection to the world during the Edo era. (17th-19th century). During this time Nagasaki was the only place acting as an International trade market providing the world with Japanese art and cultural influences. Because of this Nagasaki also gained strong influences from many foreign countries. (China, Korea, Portugal, Holland, etc.) You can find a lot of non-Japanese architecture and gardens, here. Additionally, Nagasaki was also one of the locations where the atomic bomb was dropped during World War 2. It is an amazing place to go see all the International influences that were left on this city. Let's explore the interesting sights in Nagasaki, together!!

    8 hours

    0 Reviews

    ¥ 40,000 / Per Group

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  • Fukushima Disaster Area Day Tour from Tokyo (Within 20 km of Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant)

    On 11th March 2011, a huge earthquake and Tsunami hit East Japan without mercy. Even worse, we lost control of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant. At present, more than 18,000 people are counted as dead or missing. In this tour, we visit the coastal area of Fukushima. We visit three types of areas along with the coast while explaining the past, present, and future of Fukushima.

    12 hours

    21 Reviews

    ¥ 23,000 / Per Person

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  • Asakusa Street Food and Local Drink Tour [Evening Tour]

    Tour Asakusa at night when there are fewer tourists and more locals coming out for the nightlife. Eat local foods and drink alcoholic beverages as you mingle with the locals. First, taste Sake and learn about Sake culture and the different types in Japan. Then, stroll around the beautiful area. Nighttime in Sensoji Temple is calm and peaceful rather than the busy daytime. The tour takes you to a Japanese Izakaya bar and a Monja-yaki or savory pancake restaurant. Monja-yaki is a Tokyoite’s soul food! Let’s try local foods and join in the Japanese Kampai (“Cheers” in Japanese) party.

    3 hours

    28 Reviews

    ¥ 13,000 / Per Person

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Other

Area TOUR

  • Tokyo FooDrink Tour – The Tsukiji Fish Market

    Tsukiji is the World-famous market called the “Kitchen of Tokyo.” Though the inner market was moved, it is huge and still covers a large area (The Outer Market) and a mini wholesale area. Our Tokyo FooDrink Tour will take you to the vibrant stores selling the best quality foods in the outer market. You will sample a variety of Japanese foods ranging from finger foods to delicacies. Our knowledgeable guides also deliver a lot of tips about the Japanese culinary culture during the tour. We also visit the mini wholesale area and see many kinds of fish and foods, then eat the freshest tuna! The tour will be concluded at an authentic Sushi restaurant with fresh Sushi.

    8:30-11:30 (3.0 hours)

    423 Reviews

    ¥ 9,500 / Per Person

    View Detail
  • Kyoto FooDrink Tour – Nishiki Street & Gion

    Gain a thoroughly enjoyable introduction to Kyoto’s food culture with this small-group guided tour for the city’s best eating spots. Start at the deliciously vast 400-year-old Nishiki Market, nicknamed 'Kyoto's Kitchen,' where over 130 food shops and stalls will beckon your taste buds. Stroll through the Market and learn about its history and taste the various dishes unique to Kyoto including: Tofu Skin, Sesame Cracker, Croquette, Japanese Pike Conger Eel, Japanese omelet, and Sake. Then rest your appetite by visiting a nearby shrine dedicated to the God of Education.

    3.0 hours

    94 Reviews

    ¥ 9,500 / Per Person

    View Detail
  • Kamakura Private Walking Tour

    Take a train heading south from Tokyo for about 1 hour and you will get to Kamakura, the old Shogunate capital of Japan. Kamakura has many historically significant Buddhist temples and Shinto shrines, so you may be able to somehow still feel the samurai power at these historic sites. These sites include the Tsurugaoka Hachiman Shrine, the Hasedera Temple, and the Great Buddha! You can also explore the local shopping street “Komachi Dori”. HIGHLIGHTS • Visit Tsurugaoka Hachiman Shrine • Enjoy shopping at Komachi Dori • Check out the Great Buddha

    8 hours

    2 Reviews

    ¥ 43,000 / Per Group

    View Detail
  • Mt. Fuji Pilgrim Hiking (1st to 5th Station)

    Mt. Fuji is not only a symbol of Japan but has been an object of worship for centuries. As a World Heritage Cultural Site, Mt. Fuji includes lots of historic and cultural values. This tour follows the traditional pilgrimage route from the base (Umagaeshi) to the 5th station. You’ll enjoy the historical and cultural heritage along the way. You will start hiking in the forest area and then start to see it change to a more mountainous terrain when you approach the forest limit line (2,500m). You will hike approximately 6 km (3.7 miles) for 4 hours. Enjoy this spiritual and relaxing hike with our professional local guide who will tell you about the ancient history of Mt. Fuji!

    7.0 Hours

    1 Reviews

    ¥ 42,500 / Per Group

    View Detail
  • Sendai & Matsushima 1–Day Highlight Private Walking Tour (7 Hours)

    Sendai is the biggest city in the northern part of Japan, and well known for its unique history, food and nature. You can get a really good understanding of Japan with this tour of Sendai. We will visit Zuihoden (the Mausoleum of Shogun), the Osaki Hachimangu Shrine (a Shinto Shrine, one of the National Treasures of Japan), the Entsuin Temple (a beautiful Japanese Garden) and the Zuiganji Temple (another National Treasure of Japan). You could become a real master of Japan after visiting Sendai!

    7 hours

    1 Reviews

    ¥ 35,000 / Per Group

    View Detail
  • Fukushima Disaster Area Day Tour from Fukushima <Private>

    On 11th March 2011, a huge earthquake and Tsunami hit East Japan without mercy. Even worse, we lost control of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant. At present, more than 18,000 people are counted as dead or missing. In this tour, we visit the coastal area of Fukushima. We visit three types of areas along with the coast while explaining the past, present, and future of Fukushima.

    10 hours

    0 Reviews

    ¥ 200,000 / Per Group

    View Detail
  • Tokyo FooDrink Tour – Local Delicatessen Street “Sunamachi”

    Sunamachi shopping street is a 670 meters long street located in a residential area of East Tokyo. You may think of Tokyo as a modern high-tech city full of busy people, however, here in Sunamachi, time flows slowly, and friendly supportive locals still run their family businesses. Exploring and seeing nostalgic shops is enjoyable. For example, an Oden hotpot shop sells the steaming hot ingredients at the front and a Yakitori Skewed chicken shop always gives off good smells. Many shops have been in business for over 60 years. Their foods are made with passed down family recipes and have supported the neighborhoods’ daily diet.

    3.5 hours

    55 Reviews

    ¥ 9,500 / Per Person

    View Detail
  • Kyoto FooDrink Tour – Arashiyama

    Maybe you have seen the picture of the Bamboo Grove of Japan at least once. It’s the highlight of Arashiyama! Arashiyama was a villa and a symbol of aristocracy more than 1000 years ago. We also visit the beautiful traditional Togetsukyo bridge and Tenryuji temple with stunning gardens. Then we will walk around the Sagano area.

    3.5 hours

    70 Reviews

    ¥ 10,500 / Per Person

    View Detail
  • Mt. Fuji Highlight Private Walking Tour (7 Hours)

    If you want to enjoy Mt. Fuji without the climb, visit the Fuji Five Lakes area which is developed as a resort area and provides a breathtaking view of the mountain on clear days. Lake Kawaguchi is the easiest to access as it takes less than 2 hours from Tokyo by bus and is an ideal day trip destination from Tokyo. Experience our customized private tour around Lake Kawaguchi and enjoy the view, culture, history, and food around Mt. Fuji. Our professional local guide will customize your trip based on your interests and the weather to make the most of your day!

    7.0 Hours

    5 Reviews

    ¥ 37,500 / Per Group

    View Detail
  • Nagasaki 1–Day Highlight Private Walking Tour (8 Hours)

    Nagasaki was the only place that had a connection to the world during the Edo era. (17th-19th century). During this time Nagasaki was the only place acting as an International trade market providing the world with Japanese art and cultural influences. Because of this Nagasaki also gained strong influences from many foreign countries. (China, Korea, Portugal, Holland, etc.) You can find a lot of non-Japanese architecture and gardens, here. Additionally, Nagasaki was also one of the locations where the atomic bomb was dropped during World War 2. It is an amazing place to go see all the International influences that were left on this city. Let's explore the interesting sights in Nagasaki, together!!

    8 hours

    0 Reviews

    ¥ 40,000 / Per Group

    View Detail
  • Fukushima Disaster Area Day Tour from Tokyo (Within 20 km of Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant)

    On 11th March 2011, a huge earthquake and Tsunami hit East Japan without mercy. Even worse, we lost control of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant. At present, more than 18,000 people are counted as dead or missing. In this tour, we visit the coastal area of Fukushima. We visit three types of areas along with the coast while explaining the past, present, and future of Fukushima.

    12 hours

    21 Reviews

    ¥ 23,000 / Per Person

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  • Asakusa Street Food and Local Drink Tour [Evening Tour]

    Tour Asakusa at night when there are fewer tourists and more locals coming out for the nightlife. Eat local foods and drink alcoholic beverages as you mingle with the locals. First, taste Sake and learn about Sake culture and the different types in Japan. Then, stroll around the beautiful area. Nighttime in Sensoji Temple is calm and peaceful rather than the busy daytime. The tour takes you to a Japanese Izakaya bar and a Monja-yaki or savory pancake restaurant. Monja-yaki is a Tokyoite’s soul food! Let’s try local foods and join in the Japanese Kampai (“Cheers” in Japanese) party.

    3 hours

    28 Reviews

    ¥ 13,000 / Per Person

    View Detail