Cultural Tour TOUR
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
Have you ever seen a Sumo tournament? Six Grand Sumo tournaments have been held each year. In January, March, and September, it is held in Tokyo. Let's enjoy watching Sumo Wrestling (Japanese traditional sport) with an English-speaking guide who is also a real Sumo fan.
¥ 9,800 / Per Person
We will go see all of the highlights of Tokyo in one day!! Your Tokyo minivan tour begins at 9 am by meeting in front of the Tsukiji Honganji Temple. Then we will walk to the Tsukiji Outer Market and see various types of Japanese foods. After visiting the market, we will move to the Imperial Palace East Garden to have a glimpse into Japanese history and learn about the Imperial family. Then you will head to the most traditional area in Tokyo, Asakusa, and have some free time for shopping and lunch. In the afternoon, we will visit the biggest shrine in Tokyo, the Meiji Shrine. Then we will walk to the center of the Japanese pop-culture scene, “Takeshita Street” in Harajuku. At the end of the tour, we will visit the most famous intersection in the world, the “Shibuya Scramble Crossing”. Finishing up the tour at 5 pm.
¥ 16,000 / Per Person