|Meeting Point||at your hotel|
|Ending Point||at your hotel|
|Departure||09:00 AM ( recommended ) Flexible|
|Tour Type||Private Tour ( only for you )|
|Number of people||1 ~ 6|
For tourists older than 64 or disabled together with their family and friends, using a wheelchair (Be sure to send me information about your wheelchair)
I'm a certified tour guide speaking English and taxi driver with a van equipped with a rear entry accessible lift.
The van can accommodate 1to2 wheelchairs ,another 3 to 4 passengers and their luggage to accompany them on the ride.
I can see you and see you off at Kansai International Airport,Shin-kansen stations and the like.
With it on the ride, you can visit Osaka Castle ,Tenjinbashi ,Tsutenkaku, and the other exciting sites starting your hotel front.
You can find all kinds of Japanese food here.There are a lot of restaurants offering Tako-yaki(octopus balls),Okonomi-yaki(pancake
fried on a hot plate),Udon noodles,Yakitori(barbecued chicken),Suki-yaki(stewed beef and vegitables),Tecchiri(blowfish cuisine)
and so on at lower prices than any other cities in Japan.
|extra hour.||44.50 USD|
Mr Takehiko aka Zumi-San is an excellent guide. We had arrived in Kyoto to spend our first night at an Airbnb place that was freezing and my whole family was miserable. When Zumi-san arrived to take us on our tour and we lugged all our bags pleading him to take us to another place to check in, he was so very kind and said we could just bring all the luggage throughout the tour as there was ample space in his van. He was patient with my son who was sulking, patient with us when we stopped for photos, offered to take our photo for us at the top sights and explained about the history and culture of Kyoto. He also rushed us to Kiyomizu dera to try and catch an important annual event where the high priest would announce the Kanji character for the year that was. At the end of the tour, he dropped us off at the New Hankyu hotel where he assured us would be positively different from our first lodging. All in all, he made us feel a lot better by the end of the day and we are considering seeing him again for a tour of Osaka next week. Domo arigato gozaimasu, Zumi-san!
Our family usually has a very busy schedule when we travel. Also, we have 4 children including a toddler. Takehiko, or Zumi which he wants to be called, was very helpful and pleasant. Our family had a great and comfortable time.
Our Travel with Takehiko was so enjoyable. From pick up at our hotel to the sacred mountain of Koyasan to our departure at Shin Osaka station our expert travel guide was pleasant, flexible and accommodating. We even enjoyed a rice cake throwing ceremony as Monks and Koyasan residents thanked their local Gods & Goddess who protect the land and bring a good harvest. You won't regret spending a terrific day with this expert guide.
Zumi-san, that's how we address him, was very helpful and he tried to cater to what we need in our tour.
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