|Meeting Point||At your hotel or Iidabashi station|
|Ending Point||a resutrant or bar|
|Departure||09:00 AM ( recommended ) Flexible|
|Tour Type||Private Tour ( only for you )|
|Number of people||1 ~ 10|
This is a half day tour exploring of the Tokyo's oldest and most beautiful fewdal lord gardens, Koishikawa-Korakuen and the neightborhood town, Kagurazaka.Kagurazaka is sometimes called "Tokyo's small Kyoto" or "Paris in Tokyo". It is a very attractive town, which combines both an old and international atmosphere. You may have a chance to hear traditional songs accompanied by a shamisen, a traditional Japanese instrument when you stroll the back allies. There are more than 100 resutrans and bars not only on the main street, but also on maze- like- allies .In this tour , I will book the most suitable restairant for you, based on your requests. There are two plans.
!. Starts at 9:00 am. visiting Koishikawa-Korakuen and finishes at a resturant for lunch.
2. Starts at 3:30 pm.visiting Koishikawa-korakuen and finishes at an Izakaya, Japanese casual bar.
Let's enjoy the traditinal garden and delicious lunch or yummy snacks with sake or wine!
|Evening tour starts at 3:30 (visiting Koishikawa-korakuen and finishes at an Izakaya, Japanese casual bar).||146.85 USD|
The tour with Michiko was great. we spent a little time in one of the yakitori bars under the tracks of Shibuya. It was a nice hole in the wall type of place. I was able to eat good yakitori and drink good sake. The best part was that Michiko was able to help me communicate with the other customers that were eating there. The second place we went to was Alcatraz Theme restaurant. It was a very interesting place. I was able to try a lot of weird things. If your traveling solo or in a group, Michiko is a good person to help show you around.
We wanted to experience Shinjuko at night and other areas of Tokyo during the daytime. TripleLights let us have our way by taking a six-hour tour and dividing it into a 3 hr daytime and 3 hr nighttime tour, separated by dinner in a traditional, non-touristy Japanese restaurant. Michiko Muranaka, our guide, executed this tour beautifully for us. It would take too long to describe everything we did, but suffice it to say everything we wanted to accomplish was accomplished, and more. Seeing Shinjuko on a Saturday night was like being in Times Square...multiplied 5+ times with its tremendous neon signage and displays. Nothing else compares.
Michiko was a terrific addition to our Tokyo vacation! She met us as planned at our hotel and returned us to our hotel. Her command of English was very good, not perfect, but we never had any real language barrier problems. She knows Kubichiko and related areas like the back of her hand, made a handful of detours to facilitate some things we saw on the way (Godzilla!) and otherwise handled us and the Japanese pub owners with aplomb! We would definitely ask for her by name the next time we are in Tokyo!
Michiko was very good, we enjoyed our two trips.
She was an excellent tour guide and she helped us a lot in planning all the destinations we wanted to see.