Visit Tokyo town to see old and modern phases with a private guide
I chose the most exciting & interesting spots for non-Japanese travelers visiting Tokyo.
(The tour doesn't include Toyosu market because the access is not good and fishes can't be seen closely. )
Tsukiji market: No. 1 fish-market in the world, an experience of tea ceremony in the Shogun created garden named Hamarikyu garden, river-cruise along the Sumida River, Asakusa-Sensoji Kannon-oldest temple in Tokyo, remain of historic Edo-period (1600-1867) castle of Imperial Palace, sophisticated shopping district of Ginza, 5th Avenue like district. At the last, visit Shibuya where is the famous town for the busiest crossing in the world.
9:00 meet at pier of Yokohama port
Move to Tokyo city
10:00-10:45 visit Tsukiji market, retailers and outer market. Enjoy street food and various sea foods.
11:00-12:00 visit Hamarikyu Japanese traditional garden, experience of tea ceremony(optional)
12:00 take a cruise boat along Sumida -river to Asakusa
12:30-14:00 visit Oldest temple of Tokyo, Sensoji, browsing Nakamise souvenir shopstreets, have a lunch of local food such as Sushi, Tempura, Ramen noodles etc.
14:30-15:00 take a subway to Ginza sophisticated shopping district like 5th Avenue
Little visit Mitsukoshi department store, Uniqlo etc.
Move to Imperial Palace
15:30 Imperial Palace, visit Imperial Palace , Nijubashi bridge and say hello to Emperor and Empress.
16:00 Shibuya crossing, it is said to be "little Times Square" of Tokyo
16:00-16:30 back to your ship in Yokohama
If you need a private car, a van which can accommodate up to 8 people is available
at 64000 yen. Please let me know.
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Cruise Ship Port
Duration: 9 hours
Public transportation such as JR train and subway and walk.
- Guiding Services
Estimated Local Cash Needed
6000 JPY - Per person: Entrance fee of Japanese garden 300 yen, charge of tea ceremony 760 yen, river cruise 800 yen, lunch 2000 yen, and public transportation about 2000 yen
- Personal Expenses
- Public Transportation Tickets
- Food, Drinks, Snacks