|Meeting Point||At your hotel|
|Ending Point||Kaminarimon Gate|
|Departure||09:30 AM ( recommended ) Flexible|
|Tour Type||Private Tour ( only for you )|
|Number of people||1 ~ 4|
Edokiriko is one of 40 traditional crafts that flourished in the Edo period that today are designated by the Tokyo metropolitan government to be preserved.
You can make your own cut glass cup at a Edokiriko shop located near Kaminarimon in Asakusa. The guide can help you by putting the Edokiriko instructor's Japanese into English. It takes you two hours to make one. You can take yours home. It will be good memory of visiting Tokyo.
Then you can enjoy walking in Asakusa District with the guide for an hour. Your guide picks you up at your hotel to go to Asakusa showing how to take transportation so that you can go back by yourself after having more time for shopping or lunch.
Akiko was wonderful. We visited the Imperial Palace Gardens and Asakusa Shrine. We loved it, and Akiko was incredibly insightful. We really appreciate the time she spent with us.
Hotel pick up. Visit the Imperial Palace East Gardens. Transfer to Asakusa by subway. Walking in Asakusa district, the most popular spot in downtown Tokyo. We end the tour in Asakusa so that you can have more time for lunch and shopping. If you want to visit other places after Asakusa, the guide will take you to the nearest station.
Available upon request. 4 hour walking tour using public transportations. You can choose 1 or 2 from the following sightseeing spots. Hotel pick up.
* Asakusa *Kappabashi *Imperial Palace East Gardens *Ningyocho *Kiyosumi Garden *Tsukiji Fish Market *Hamarikyu Garden
* Ginza *Omotesando St. * Meiji Shrine *Shibuya *Yanaka * Ueno
In this tour, we go to Hamarikyu Garden and Asakusa by cruising the River Sumida. You have a cup of matcha green tea at a Japanese style tea house in Hamarikyu Garden, and then 45min. cruising to Asakusa. In Asakusa, you can enjoy walking in Nakamise shopping street.