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)
¥ 9,500 / Per Person
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.
¥ 9,000 / Per Person
First, we will meet you at your hotel, then take you to the Tsukiji Fish Market and let you enjoy the atmosphere of the world’s biggest fish market. After that, we will take you to Asakusa. We will visit the most famous temple in Tokyo, Sensoji, then we will go walking around one of the most traditional towns in Tokyo. After enjoying the delicious lunch in Asakusa, we will move to the Harajuku area. There you will get to witness the extreme contrast between the older calm religious Meiji Shrine to the modern busy pop culture-filled Takeshita Street. Lastly, we will take you to Shibuya, one of the craziest places in the whole world, where you will get to experience and enjoy the one and only famous scramble crossing!!
¥ 40,000 / Per Group
Nobody can grow up without watching animations created by world-known master animator Miyazaki Hayao. This museum was built by his animation studio, Studio Ghibli. Here you can dive into the world of Spirited Away, Princess Mononoke, My Neighbor Totoro and so on!! If you couldn’t get tickets in your country or after arriving in Japan, we will do our best to find you tickets.
¥ 5,000 / Per Person
Sumo is a traditional Japanese sport based on Shinto belief. It’s like “Japanese wrestling” where one tries to force their opponent out of the ring or force any part of his body to touch the ground. Sumo wrestlers train very hard from early in the morning. You can go visit a Sumo stable and watch the training up close (as long as you follow the rules of the stable.) You will see the strongest guys practice!!
¥ 10,000 / Per Person
¥ 7,000 / Per Person
Have you ever seen a Sumo tournament? Six Grand Sumo tournaments have been held each year. In January, May, and September, it is held in Tokyo. Let's enjoy watching Japanese traditional sports, Sumo Wrestling.
¥ 7,500 / Per Person
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.
¥ 3,000 / Per Person
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.
¥ 23,000 / Per Person
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.
¥ 9,500 / Per Person
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
¥ 35,000 / Per Group
Enjoy your rickshaw ride in style and comfort with our professionally-trained drivers, called “shafu” in Japanese. Each “shafu” goes through an extensive training program focused on safety, hospitality, and of course the history and culture of the town and Japan.
¥ 8,750 / Per Person