Feel the charm of New Tokyo and Old Tokyo
Tokyo is truly a city of many faces from ancient temples, high-tech culture, to quirky themed restaurants.
This tour is a great introduction to one of the largest cities in the world.
I'd like for you to get a feel of the modern city as well as the traditional side of Tokyo.
You'll experience real Tokyo by interacting with locals, enjoying local cuisine and embracing Japanese culture at your own pace.
Here is a sample itinerary. It can be customized to suit your interests and needs. It's your day. Let's make it special and memorable!
・Tsukiji Fish Market - the world biggest fish market. Explore its fresh seafood stalls and colorful vendors.
・Asakusa - Tokyo's biggest and oldest temple - Senso-Ji comes with a great view of Riverside.
・Buddhist Temple off the beaten path - Attend impressive Buddhist fire ceremony.
・Harajuku - a Mecca of Japanese pop culture. Perfect place for shopping and people watching.
・Shibuya - the world busiest intersection. Enjoy the organized chaos.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Your hotel lobby in Tokyo.
End location: At the train station in Tokyo.
Duration: 8 hours
The starting time and tour duration are flexible.
Trains are the best way to get around Tokyo.
・One-of-a-kind sightseeing tour experience
・Guide's transportation costs.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
3000 Japanese Yen - Per person.
・Your transportation costs: approx. 1000 yen
・Food and drinks: approx. 2000 yen
You can pay for your meal as you go so that you can have what you feel like. I have lots of restaurant recommendations for you to enjoy Japanese cuisine.
・Your transportation costs
・Food and drinks
I am not a driver. I can arrange a private car with a driver.
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Eriko is an excellent tour guide and we thoroughly enjoyed our Tokyo sightseeing day with her. She tailored the itinerary perfectly to our interests and shared many valuable insights. Her superb English combined with an informal, friendly attitude were truly refreshing - we felt like we were touring the town with a good friend. We would heartily recommend Eriko to anyone interested in going beyond the touristy landmarks and getting the local vibe.