It is time-efficient tour for first visitors in Tokyo. You can enjoy fashion street from teens to adult in Harajuku, Omotesando and Aoyama area. Also you can taste sweets and foods in street like a crepe, a cotton candy, a shaved ice and ice cream and so...Read more
Interested in art and architecture? It would be easy to visit famous museums like MORI ART MUSEUM on your own, but how about small but nice art galleries hidden in a town? In this tour we visit such hidden galleries mainly exhibiting modern art works while appreciating stylish architectures on our way. Such galleries just want to nurture artists...Read more
Don't you think it would be great if a local guide familiar with Tokyo makes a perfect itinerary that satisfies your interest? Wouldn't you like to know a bit more than what are written in your guide book? Would you like a cheerful and friendly guide who tells you history and background of each spot? If you say "yes", why not enjoy Tokyo...Read more
Enjoy a 3-hour guided tour of urban and modern architecture in Tokyo's Harajuku and Omotesando neighborhoods. Harajuku and Omotesando area had experienced a number of dramatic changes by the rapid westernization after the feudal period and by the rapid economic growth after World War II. Late 1970s, many creative designers and architects,...Read more
Come join this walking tour where you can walk around Tokyo famous hot spots in a day. Your tour will start with the guide picking you up at your hotel and first taking you to Tokyo famous Meiji Jingu by the local train.
Informative guide will take you to various kinds of Tokyo. Ask any questions to the guide.
This is not just another Tokyo tour; this is a tour of the best of Shibuya & Harajuku! with hidden gems that only a local can show you. Get to know Tokyo, especially Shibuya & Harajuku!, on a city tour that gives you the perfect overview, from culture, history, and local lifestyle - this tour has it all!
The Olympics Old and New Architecture Tour explores both the previously-built and newly renovated or newly developed venues for Olympics in Tokyo. In this 4 hour tour, learn about the architecture, history and significance in these highly anticipated works of art that will soon be showcased to the...Read more
Tokyo has many buildings designed by the world’s leading architects who won The Pritzker Architecture Prize. We will show you various beautiful buildings. Tokyo is also known as the home of cutting edge design. (Some museums and art galleries are included in the...Read more
Day Trip from Tokyo, Osaka or Kyoto Via Bullet Train and then Travel through the streets of this stunning town at the base of Mt. Fuji.
Our Mt. Fuji Food tour takes place in the lovely town of Fujinomiya, just at the base of the most famous mountain in Japan. With deep clear mountain spring water- Fujinomiya is a great place for delicious...Read more
This is a three hour architecture walking tour in Harajuku and Omotesando by a nationally licensed tour guide. As this is a private tour, it is adjustable to your interests and knowledge of architecture, it will be a good experience for architecture lovers and professionals that want to do more than just "see the sights." Visit the Harajuku and...Read more
Tokyo boast number of fantastic contemporary architecture. However, some of you may feel that they haven't seen much of the traditional buildings in the city. One of the reason many of those traditional buildings aren't seen in the city was from the history of Edo (old Tokyo) . Many historical buildings in Edo has been destroyed due to fires,...Read more
In this tour we will visit two of the most fascinating spots near Tokyo: Kamakura, famous for its Great Buddha, and Yokohama, one of the most modern cities of Japan, all with a Spanish-speaking...Read more
Find tranquility amidst the more hidden shrines and temples of the city. Focus on the details to tell the story of man and nature coming together in the form of Shinto. Slow down and embrace the Zen-like atmosphere of Tokyo’s less traveled shrines and temples.
Peering up in awe at monolithic steel and glass towers, one can’t help but feel small. Capture that feeling in your photographs, juxtaposing tiny human forms against cold and sterile structures. Contrast the artificial and man-made with the organic—hints of nature and human life surrounded by the Tokyo...Read more
Visit the characterful temples, shrines and chapel in Ochanomizu.
Back in the Edo Period (1603-1868), Ochanomizu was an area where many samurai families lived. Samurai were people of the highest class and therefore scholarship and cultural activities were encouraged. This is the reason why there are so many traditional shrines and temples...Read more
There is a high concentration of housing and construction companies in Shinjuku, with more than 60 major showrooms in the area. People who have plans to build or remodel their homes visit the showrooms. At each showroom, visitors can see, touch, and experience the latest technology from Japanese manufacturers, from kitchens, toilets, bathrooms,...Read more