Strolling in central Yokohama by your private guide
Visit typical Yokohama spots in 8 hours.
Sojiji Buddhism temple
Iseyama Kodai Jingu Shinto shrine
Hinodecho-Noge down street (not so honorable side of Japan)
Motomachi high shopping street
Yokohama doll center (optional)
9:00a Meet in the hotel in Yokohama, or ship docking port.
9:30 Train to Tsurumi
10:00 Walk to Sojiji Zen Buddhist temple. Sojiji is the head quarter temple of Kanto Zen-Sotoshu sect with its
grave yard in their back yeard.
Learn how Japanese face their family's death and how they think about the after life.
11:30 Walk back to Tsurumi stn. and train to Sakuragi-cho stn.
12:00 Walk to Iseyama-Kodai-Taisha Shinto shrine.
Learn how Japanese offer their pray in Shinto style. You may luckily see wedding couples in their traditioal costumes.
Long walk to Hinodecho and Noge quoter(having good time
town). Stroll through night life area back to Sakuragicho station.
13:30 Leave Sakuragicho for Shin-Yokohama.
14:00 Lunch at the Ramen Museum
15:00 Train to Ishikawacho stn. Walk through China Town and
Motomachi shopping high street.
16:10 Leave Motomachi area for return.
16:50 Arrive at the Hotel or the docking port.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Your Hotel in Yokohama, any spot in Yokohama or the docking port.
End location: Same as above
Duration: 8 hours
When the cruise ship schedule gets changed, our itinerary will be impacted.
Trains and subways
Guide fee, guide transportation and meals/beverages
Estimated Local Cash Needed
3000 jpy - local transportation, meals/beverages
Any admission fees if applicable. Taxi fare if used.
I do not drive travelers but need to use publicly available transportation measures. I do not guide underaged persons nor wheel chaired person alone unless accompanied by his/her family due to local regulation.
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On a cruise to Japan and China we had booked a walking / public transportation tour with Akira for 4 couples . Akira ( Archie ) was waiting for us when we came off the ship and went by train to the Sojiji Zen Buddhist Temple . Despite the steady rain we all really enjoyed the tour , learned a lot of Japanese religions , customs . We visited some more very worthwhile sights and also had a nice lunch at the Ramen Museum . Archie is a very experienced guide who gave us a great tour despite the weather .