Find your favorite Japanese Rock Musician and enjoy the live performance in a small live house(s). I assist you to book ticket(s) and attend you to the spot(s) safely.
|Meeting Point||Where you suggest (limited in 23 wards in Tokyo)|
|Ending Point||In front of the live spot or the nearest station. I'll show you the way to go back to your accommodation.|
|Departure||16:00 PM ( recommended ) Flexible|
|Tour Type||Private Tour ( only for you )|
|Number of people||1 ~ 10|
Actually, Tokyo is a great rock area. Over 100 live spots take places and live performances are held in those spots almost everyday.
Not a few people might be interested in what kinds of bands and singers play there, but it is really difficult to find your favorite band and time and space they play in Tokyo for the traveler from abroad , (and it must be terrible experience to attend a live of the band you don't like.)
So, let me consult and assist to find your favorite group and create an opportunity to watch their live performance..
1. Let me know about (a)Type of music you want to listen to (show me example, if possible) and (b)dates you visit Tokyo.
2. I will search from the Japanese rock scene and suggest some musicians you might like and possible dates to go. Live schedule will be offered as well.
3. If you like the band or singer. I'll assist you to book ticket(s).
(I'll show you website to book the ticket and how to enter information to book, or, how to write down the E-mail to book.)
(I can't book your ticket(s) on behalf of you, I'm sorry)
4. I'll attend the live on that day. I also provide the information about the musician and live spot.
Tak and I communicated a lot about the things I am interested in, specifically the type of music I like. He searched for live music venues that fit my taste. We found Kentos in Ginza. After doing some CD shopping and seeing the food areas of the Mitsukoshi department store, we made it to Kentos. It exceeded our expectations. It was a fun night of music and dancing. It was great!
Tak was very nice. Communicated with us constantly regarding our tour, giving us suggestions when thw forecast for the day of our tour was rain. It was indeed raining, which we hated coz it was hard to move around the city and it was freezing cold. He tried to give us historic information regarding the sites. And gave us rise crackers as gift. I wish we could have had the tour when it was sunny. We could have enjoyed it better then.
We had asked for a tour of somewhere in Tokyo combining a little cultural and especially a Pokemon Go tour for our kids. Tak went out of his way to find different locations and also brought in a Pokemon go specialist to help. It was great and the kids especially had a fab time.
Tak was tireless in satisfying our unique agenda. He was helpful and a good friend to us. I would recommend him without reservation.
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