|Meeting Point||Kashiwa-no-ha Campus station on Tsukuba Express Line|
|Ending Point||Kashiwa-no-ha Campus station|
|Departure||10:00 AM ( recommended ) Flexible|
|Tour Type||Private Tour ( only for you )|
|Number of people||1 ~ 4|
Starting from the Kashiwa-no-ha Campus station, we will explore the local area by using train and bus. We will visit 180-year old wealthy farmer's house, 1200-year old shrine, and Soy-source factory or Beer factory for your choice with subject to the reservation.
rained all day but made most of it she was ok. english poor only daw one temple , shrine closed so she said. jusy ok
Akiko was friendly , punctual and very good tour guide.Iam glad we got her help the first day we were in Tokyo...Got us our Subway passes and took us to major sites and Sakura was the highlight of our trip. Only problem was we were vegetarian so hard to get lunch but overall good trip . Wish she shared more stories about Tokyo and history but always answered our questions.
Ueno Park is a kind of exhibition hall of the modern architecture. Japan had closed the country for about 260 years, from early 17th century to mid 19th century. Until mid 19th century, all Japanese houses (buildings) were made of trees, bamboos, pap