Have a peek at the wild Tokyo night scenes in the most crowded cities. Tokyo will never bore you out 24/7. We will give you some sneak-peaks of Tokyo’s best night districts. Get informations from us during this tour and add it in your bucket-list for the rest of the night!
*This tour is for night, the starting time is after 5pm.
Shibuya is the neighborhood where fashion buildings stand close to each other and advertisements are shown on giant LCD screens. The main intersection has groups of 3000 people cross simultaneously on the weekends.
In the midst of the bustling commercial district of Shinjuku is Golden Gai, which has recently seen a surge in the number of foreign tourists. At Golden Gai, it feels as if you’ve taken a trip back in time to the Showa period and you can enjoy the atmosphere of what it would have been like in old-time Japan.
Roppongi had that image of a nighttime entertainment quarter for adults, but recently it has changed into a modern area. It has become a place to show Tokyo’s latest art by museums of art that have been going up one by one.
Our Guides in Tokyo
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Transportation (Public or Private)
Most of our guides use public transportation such as train, subway, bus, etc., which is cheaper than taking a taxi or hiring a private car. If you are a big group or if you prefer to use taxi or a private car, our guides will help you to find the best option that fits your needs.
Please note that the transportation cost is NOT included in the tour fee, only the guide fee is included.
If your group is more than 6 people, we recommend you to contact our guides directly first, to see if they can manage your group.
- Guide Fee
What‘s not included
- Hotel Pickup
- Your transportation fee
- Guide transportation fee
- Lunch, Dinner, Entrance fee
Frequently Asked Questions
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Your credit card or PayPal account will be charged upon booking. However, if the guide does not accept your booking, the amount will be credited back to the account from which the charge was drawn.
Example of your tour experience
55 minutes ago , ( Solo ) , From: United States
“ Tokyo Highlights in a Day ”
I spent a wonderful day with Masaharu in Tokyo seeing the most popular sites. He is extremely knowledgeable about the history and culture of Tokyo and shared many stories about the different temples, shrines, monuments and neighborhoods we visited. He also took me to a fabulous place for lunch which was a feat in itself as I am vegan and gluten free. So finding this gem of a restaurant in Tokyo was quite a surprise. Also, walking the city gave me a much better perspective as we traveled with the "locals" on the trains and subways. I would highly recommend Masaharu if you come to Tokyo. If you are English speaking, you will understand him perfectly!
Dear Donna, I am grateful for your warm hearted words. I had much pleasure sharing with you amusing experience and learning the importance of healty ingredients of food. I am looking forward to seeing you again in the near future. Wishing you all the best! Masaharu
23 hours ago , ( Family ) , From: United States
“ OUR TRIP TO NIKKO and EDO WONDERLAND ”
Our guide was so knowledgeable. With a 24, 22, and 12 year old it was hard to find something we could all enjoy but Nikko and Edo Wonderland were perfect. The train ride was about 2 hours but well worth seeing the countryside of Japan. First Nikko, it was snowing (January 2017) but we were dressed for it. They were in the process of refinishing everything at the shrine for the 2020 Olympics but 1/4 of them were done, it is going to be beautiful. Nestled in the woods it was amazing. Because we added Edo Wonderland, we didn't have a lot of time there...you could easily do 3/4 of a day, spend the night in the quaint town and do Edo the next day. Off to Edo Wonderland. It is a cultural village taking you back in time when Edo was alive and thriving. Actors in costume and character all throughout the village, shops with artifacts and crafts to participate in, even a parade of Geisha. We even say a ninja show and my son dressed up, at the beginning, in traditional clothing from this time period to wear for the day. It was REALLY cold because you are in the country and it was January but there were plenty of info things to do, again, it closed early because of winter, would love to go again in the summer or warmer weather. I think this tour should only be Nikko though, that time of year, as it is the most beautiful and should include lunch in the town (would have loved to shop around, visit the oldest hotel there).
1 day ago , ( Solo ) , From: United Arab Emirates
“ Such a memorable trip thanks to Kyoko! ”
Kyoko was my personal tour guide when i travelled solo to Tokyo. I was prepared mentally for a very urban, concrete jungle with a bagazillion number of boring-looking, work minded people. Kyoko was able to stamp down this expectation with such patience and grace. She showed me a side of Tokyo which was graceful and wise, just like her. She showed me the life of Tokyo which resides in the centuries old temples, dams, palaces, pine trees and many more. Taking extreme consideration of my Muslim needs, she patiently scouted an awesome restaurant for Halal food which also provided a place to pray. She went so far to ensure i felt extremely comfortable, focusing on only giving me a good time. Thank you so much Kyoko. It was an unforgettable first trip to Tokyo and I will definitely come again. I have grown addicted to this beautiful city!
Dear Layhan, thank you for giving me such a long and wonderful review even though you are a very busy careered woman! Meeting you enlightened me about the purity and sincerity of Muslim people. Even though nobody watches you, you strictly try to comply with the accordance of the teaching. Your single-minded way of living reminded me of the olden times' Japanese people. I am very happy to have seen you enjoying the stay in Tokyo. Maybe, many Japanese people had also enjoyed talking with you especially in the B1 food court of Daimaru Department store near Tokyo Station when you tried to buy Dorayaki and Manju (Japanese rice cake). I wish you your happiness and hope to see your coming back to Japan in the near future!
1 day ago , ( Family ) , From: Philippines
“ Great experience! ”
Unforgettable experience. My husband and son dual fight was amazing. Master Kenshin was also accomodating and helpful. Thank you again.
4 days ago , ( Couple ) , From: Indonesia
“ My tsujiki guide ”
Michiko is a nice lady . I guess i book only 3 hours . so it was kinda rushing thru the stores . which we wanted to eat along the way. Michiko was kind enough to say no worries take your time . but she brought us to a very good shushi & shashimi restaurant ! super good ! thanks michiko .
Hello again Calvin. Thank you for sending me the review. I'm glad to know that you liked the sushi restraint I took after a tree -hour-tour. I hope you come back Japan and stay longer sometime in the future.!
TripleLights Private Tours
- Select places you want to go
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- Choose your guide
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- Meiji Jingu Shrine
- Tsukiji Outer Market
- Imperial Palace
- Tokyo Tower
- Tsukiji Outer Market
- Start your day with a delish meal
- Shop at the wholesale market
- Tsukiji Outer Market
- Lunch in a Halal restaurant
- Tokyo Camii & Turkish Culture Center
- Meiji Jingu Shrine