Yuki was very punctual, Informative, and wonderful to spend a day with in Kamakura. This was my first visit to Japan and to have someone for at least a day by our side showing us around was more than just a tour but great exposure to how things worked. Taught us about the shrines and temples as there is an etiquette that you need to know that brings life and respect to the places you visit as we would be visiting a lot during our week. Great to start with someone who knows first hand. Yuki has a clear English skills and very easy to speak with. Such a well spent and wonderful day. My wife was not the easiest to walk around with as she walks with a cane and Yuki was understanding and patient. I used my time to ask him about various things even unrelated to the tour and he was super helpful in me mastering a little more about my trip to Japan, Yuki and went the extra mile and helped us with out train passes for when later it was just my family going out to Kyoto on the Shinkansen . Since we had concerns about getting our luggage on the train he helped us get seats that were proper and even updated us that due to a storm our train would be delayed. He didn’t have to do that but was very considerate after the tour when he didn’t have to. Bravo!
Dear Steven, Thank you for taking my tour. Kamakura is my favorite place with many old temples and shrines and not so crowded compared with other sightseeing spots. I am glad you made your trip to Kyoto just after the Typhoon 15 hit Tokyo area with serious distraction. Best regards, Yuki