Enjoy a half-day tour of Tokyo
This is a tour to see the must-see spots in a short time.
If you have just a half day, this is a good option to make the best use of your time.
Also, if you'd like to walk around Tokyo on your own, start your day with this tour. Get useful information of the city, such as how to use public transportation. Once you understand the subway system, it's quite easy.
start from your hotel or wherever you'd like in Tokyo
visit SOME of following places;
. Asakusa-Sensoji Buddhist Temple founded in the 7th century, Nakamise Mall of souvenir shops
. Tokyo Sky Tree-634 meter high tower with observation decks and shopping mall
. Akihabara-the center of "pop culture"
. Imperial Palace-it used to be the castle of the Tokugawa Shogunate
. Imperial Eastern Garden-a Japanese-style garden
. Tsukiji-world famous fish market
. Meiji-jingu-Shinto Shrine dedicated to Emperor Meiji
. Harajuku-Omotesando st. & Takeshita-dori st. -full of young people and fashionable clothing shops
. Ginza-long-established and luxurious shopping area
. Shibuya -the statue of Hachi and the busy crossing are here
. Japanese-style garden-enjoy the quiet atmosphere and beautiful landscape in the midst of Tokyo
Disband at your hotel or wherever you'd like in Tokyo
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: your hotel lobby
End location: your hotel lobby or the last spot in the tour
Duration: 4 hours
*my service as your private,licensed tour guide to meet your request
*my transportation fees
Estimated Local Cash Needed
3000 JPY - transportation fees, lunch, snaks, admission fees
your personal expenses
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510 characters will not do justice to the wonderful, caring guide Kaoru turned out to be. I have a mobility issue and she took that into consideration in every event and destination. Fish Market and best sushi I have ever had, touring the city by taxi was a breeze. Her knowledge and history insights were an additional bonus. But most importantly, her caring nature made my short visit to Toyko memorable.