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Edo Kagurazaka Walking Tour and Standing Bar Experience

Edo Kagurazaka Walking Tour and Standing Bar Experience  - Tokyo, Japan
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Duration: 3 hours
Location: Tokyo, Japan

From USD
$60.14

Discover the faded charm of Tokyo’s Kagurazaka neighborhood, with its cobblestone streets and traditional architecture. On this guided walking tour, wander the neighborhood and to see the remnants of this former geisha district ... More info ›

Discover the faded charm of Tokyo’s Kagurazaka neighborhood, with its cobblestone streets and traditional architecture. On this guided walking tour, wander the neighborhood and to see the remnants of this former geisha district. Visit the numerous shrines, historical buildings and points of interest as you get a local look into Japanese culture.

See a quieter side of Tokyo on a walking tour of the Kagurazaka neighborhood. With your local guide, walk along the many alleyways and lanes off the main street, and enjoy a glimpse back in time to the era of the geisha. The beautiful neighborhood of Kargurazaka was known in the early 1900s for its geisha houses, some of which still remain today.

Your walking tour starts with a visit to the Tokyo Daijingu Shrine, considered to be lucky for those seeking romance. Then stroll Kagurazaka Street past traditional Japanese stores. See the Zenkokuji Temple with its striking red pillars, and walk along the old stone steps, past the onsen (hot baths), to reach the Wakamiya Hachimangu Shrine.

Next, spend some time on Oguri Yokocho, a narrow street named after the Oguri family, a powerful clan during the Edo era. Unlike busy Kagurazaka Street, this area is quieter and more intimate, with residential houses located among the cafes and restaurants. Continue your tour by walking past the former Geisha Association office and through more small laneways to the areas of Kakurenbo Yokocho and Hyogo Yokocho, where you will find small hole-in-the-wall restaurants, izakayas (Japanese-style bars). Enjoy a complimentary drink (beer, Japanese sake, shochu, fruit liquor or nonalcoholic beverage) and a snack. The tour concludes upon arrival at Kagurazaka.

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Shinjuku and Kabukicho Evening Walking Tour

Shinjuku and Kabukicho Evening Walking Tour - Tokyo, Japan
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Duration: 2 hours
Location: Tokyo, Japan

From USD
$50.12

Take a walk on the wild side with an evening tour through Shinjuku, Tokyo’s famous entertainment district, and get a local's look into the best shopping and night life. Discover the Omoide Yokocho, an alley lined with tiny hole-in-the-wall restaurants serving delicious street food, the notorious red-light district of Kabukicho and more!

Start your exciting night tour at the shopping area of Shinjuku and check out the popular department stores where Japan's trendiest styles and subculture fashions are to be found ... More info ›

Take a walk on the wild side with an evening tour through Shinjuku, Tokyo’s famous entertainment district, and get a local's look into the best shopping and night life. Discover the Omoide Yokocho, an alley lined with tiny hole-in-the-wall restaurants serving delicious street food, the notorious red-light district of Kabukicho and more!

Start your exciting night tour at the shopping area of Shinjuku and check out the popular department stores where Japan's trendiest styles and subculture fashions are to be found. Walk past the Suehirotei Vaudeville Theater, one of the most prestigious traditional Japanese theater companies. Admire the candle-lit Hanazono Shrine, founded in the mid-17th century and considered a protector of the Shinjuku district.

Continue your walk to Golden Gai Street, a famous bar district on the east side of Shinjuku with more than 100 tiny shacks (formerly brothels), bars and clubs. Walk through the narrow alleys and passageways that have remained unchanged over time. Stroll along the neon-lit streets of Kabukicho, full of small bars and hostess clubs catering mainly to Japanese salary men. Stop by an izakaya, Japanese -style bar, and enjoy 1 complimentary drink. See the touts calling out for business and hear the risqué stories of what goes on behind closed doors!

Finish your tour at Omoide Yokocho, for a look back in time. This lane still has the old architecture of wooden shacks and is reminiscent of the 1940s when old Tokyo’s alleys hosted a world of black marketeers. Stop for a while and enjoy dinner or a few drinks at one of the many bars and restaurants.

Please note: Food and drinks are not included in the tour, your guide will suggest restaurant and bars and assist you with ordering.

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Harajuku Walking Tour of Local Fashion and Street Food

Harajuku Walking Tour of Local Fashion and Street Food - Tokyo, Japan
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Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes
Location: Tokyo, Japan

From USD
$62.87

Explore the exciting district of Harajuku, renowned worldwide for its mix of youth culture and extreme street fashion. See where rock stars and fashionistas shop to create new styles and trends -- for music videos and magazines ... More info ›

Explore the exciting district of Harajuku, renowned worldwide for its mix of youth culture and extreme street fashion. See where rock stars and fashionistas shop to create new styles and trends -- for music videos and magazines. Browse the high-end fashion stores at Omotesando Hills and look for a bargain at the 100 yen shops (dollar stores). This is the must do tour for all trend setters and fashion lovers.

Meet your guide at the Keio Plaza Hotel in Shinjuku and travel like a local by train to Harajuku Station. Harajuku is one of Tokyo’s most eclectic shopping districts and home to a distinctive style of urban fashion. If you've ever wondered where those strange outfits featured in music clips and magazines come from, well wonder no more -- it's right here in the subculture world of Harajuku.

Explore Takeshita and its side streets, which are lined with fashion boutiques, used-clothing stores and up-and-coming designers. Browse the aisles of one of the largest 100 yen shops (dollar stores) for a bargain. See the local teenagers engage in cosplay (costume play) where they dress up to resemble anime (Japanese cartoon) characters, celebrities or their own styles.

After a clash of color and riot of fashion, wander down to the posh end of town to Omotesando Hills shopping mall. Here you can browse the high-end fashion stores featuring the designer brand names of Louis Vuitton and Prada to name but a few.

Visit Kiddy Land, a famous toy store that has stood on Omotesando for decades, although these days it is known more for its Hollywood celebrity clients, before continuing to Jingu Crossing which houses the more affordable brands of H&M and Forever 21.

Your tour ends at Harajuku Station where you can decide to take the train back to Keio Plaza Hotel.

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Hello Tokyo Walking Tour: Meiji Jingu, Senso-ji and Harajuku

Hello Tokyo Walking Tour: Meiji Jingu, Senso-ji and Harajuku - Tokyo, Japan
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Duration: 3 hours
Location: Tokyo, Japan

From USD
$109.35

Join this small-group walking tour and explore the contrast of the modern and traditional in Tokyo’s urban landscape. Start with a visit to the Meiji Jingu and Senso-ji, the city’s most prominent Shinto and Buddhist sites ... More info ›

Join this small-group walking tour and explore the contrast of the modern and traditional in Tokyo’s urban landscape. Start with a visit to the Meiji Jingu and Senso-ji, the city’s most prominent Shinto and Buddhist sites. Continue with a stroll through the neighborhood of Harajuku, the epicenter of Tokyo’s youth culture.

This classic walking tour explores the contrast of the modern and traditional neighborhoods in Tokyo: Meiji Jingu, Senso-ji and Harajuku. We will start the tour with a visit to the Meiji Jingu, the city’s most prominent Shinto site. Meiji Jingu was dedicated to the Emperor Meiji and his consort. Learn about Japan’s ancient religion as you visit the sanctuary, treasure house and other structures built of Japanese cypress with copper plates for the roofs.

The next stop is to stroll through the neighborhood of Harajuku, the epicenter of Tokyo’s youth culture. Harajuku is one of Tokyo’s most eclectic shopping districts and home to a distinctive style of urban fashion. If you've ever wondered where those strange outfits featured in music clips and magazines come from, well wonder no more -- it's right here in the subculture world of Harajuku.

Continue on visiting Tokyo’s oldest Buddhist temple - Senso-ji. The five-story pagoda, Thunder Gate and distinctive temple architecture are the highlight of this temple. You’ll also have the opportunity to sample lots of Japanese snacks and foods and shop for souvenirs (own expense) on the way up to the temple.

Your tour concludes at Sensoji Temple in Asakusa.

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Asakusa and Ryogoku Walking Tour with Sumo Wrestler

Asakusa and Ryogoku Walking Tour with Sumo Wrestler - Tokyo, Japan
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Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes
Location: Tokyo, Japan

From USD
$157.85

Discover an important part of Japanese culture during this 2.5-hoursmall group walking tour through Tokyo’s Asakusa and Ryogoku districts with a sumo wrestler. Learn about how the sport works and see some of the most significant sumo sites in Tokyo with a friendly former wrestler as a guide ... More info ›

Discover an important part of Japanese culture during this 2.5-hoursmall group walking tour through Tokyo’s Asakusa and Ryogoku districts with a sumo wrestler. Learn about how the sport works and see some of the most significant sumo sites in Tokyo with a friendly former wrestler as a guide. Visit a famous sumo wrestling stadium, shop for supplies at an outfitter store and grab delicious snacks along Nakamise Street. Don’t miss this unique opportunity to uncover an important part of Japanese life. This tour is limited to eight people for a small-group experience.

This unique 2.5-hour small-group sumo experience offers the perfect opportunity to dive into Japan’s important sumo wrestling culture. A former wrestler will act as your guide for the day and usher you around some of the most important places for sumo wrestling in the area, including the stadium where matches are held, Ryogoku kokugikan, as well as a sumo supply shop.

The stadium is located in Tokyo’s Ryogoku district, a sumo wrestling hot spot, where it’s not uncommon to see wrestlers walking around wearing the traditional ‘yukata’ uniform. Meet, chat and watch the athletes during your visit and learn how the sport works from your friendly guide. Depending on the time of year, you may even get to watch a sumo tournament underway (tournaments are held in January, May and September).

In addition to visiting Ryogoku, your tour also includes a stop at Asakusa, one of the oldest neighborhoods in Tokyo. Part of the ‘shitamachi,’ or ‘low city,’ Asakusa offers the chance to visit a 7th-century temple, Sensoji. Shop for snacks and souvenirs on Nakamise Street, which leads to the temple’s entrance. By the end of your tour, you’ll be an expert in sumo culture.

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Electric-Powered Biking Tour: Asakusa, Roppongi, Akihabara, and Imperial Palace

Electric-Powered Biking Tour: Asakusa, Roppongi, Akihabara, and Imperial Palace - Tokyo, Japan
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Duration: 3 hours
Location: Tokyo, Japan

From USD
$69.63

Explore Tokyo with an E-assist bike and professional local guide. You will visit famous places in Tokyo as well as some hidden spots that you will never find on any guidebook or almost impossible to visit by public transportation.

Tokyo has a lot of charms ... More info ›

Explore Tokyo with an E-assist bike and professional local guide. You will visit famous places in Tokyo as well as some hidden spots that you will never find on any guidebook or almost impossible to visit by public transportation.

Tokyo has a lot of charms. From its modern architecture to historical temples and shrines, local lifestyles on backstreets to wide and open sidewalks.
In this tour, you will explore Tokyo with E-assist bike and professional guide. Explore Tokyo's deep route, knowledge and inspirations on a one way concentrated 3 hours bike trip, with Pedal assist.
You will visit the hidden spots not listed on the guidebook and places that are hard to visit by public transportation. The backstreets and the local atmosphere awaits you.
Visit the famous Tokyo spots with routes of locals. E-bike will assist your journey, so there is no need to worry about physical fitness and the up-and-down of the slope.

Explore the backstreet, enjoy local foods, and feel the local atmosphere.
The best part of this tour is that you will visit places where you cannot reach on your own. 
If you have a specific place/area to visit, feel free to let us know so that we can include in the route. Even if you do not, our guide will recommend the tour route. Of course, the famous spots like Asakusa or Meiji-jingu shrine are available to arrange. 
*E-assist bike will help your journey, so there is no worry about physical fitness and up-and-down of the slope. 

Using E-bike (Electric assist bike)
* Fun and easy for all ages.
* Climbs and head wind, E-assist will make you smile!
* No trainings needed. Just come and enjoy!

3 hour routes
* Experienced bike tour offering the unknown Tokyo.
* All the tours are different. Not just when but the theme itself.
* Connecting routes bikes would enjoy.

Sample route
Morning tour: 9am-12pm 
Start: Otemachi near Tokyo Station
- Mid center Tokyo - Northeast traditional Area
End: - Otemachi near Tokyo Station.
Price per person: 6,700 yen 
(Under 18 years old: 5,400 yen ) *Parents must be accompanied. 

Afternoon tour: 1:30pm-4:30pm 
Start: Tokyo Station
- Imperial Palace - Island at river mouth 
- Old cultures and back streets
End: - Otemachi near Tokyo Station
Price per person: 6,700 yen
(Under 18 years old: 5,400 yen ) *Parents must be accompanied. 

Overnight tour: 11pm-5am
*Please inquire us for the detail.

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