What to Expect
Tokyo metropolis is of over 13 million. In this tour we take subway, train etc. Basically walking that is the best way to actually feel and experience the city of Tokyo.
*Tsukiji Outer Market....After Fish innner market moved to new place outer market of Tsukiji still remain and popular site for international visitors.There are about 400 retail shops which are open to the public tipically open from 5:00 in the morning to around noon or early afternoon. You can find anything from foods such as fresh fish, meat, fruits and vegetables, and dried foods to food related products such as knives and dinnerwear. There are many food stall and fresh sushi restaurant.
*Hamarikyu Garden...about 10 minutes walking from Tsukiji market. designated as a special place of scenic beauty & special historic site of the country is famous for its "shioiri-no-ike"(tidal pond) and two duck hunting grounds. We can enjoy the finest garden views with a cup of powdered green tea and Japanese sweets at Nakajima-no-ochaya on the pond.
*Omotesando...called "Tokyo's Champs-Elysees" lined with high-end boutiques those shops come in designer buildings with contemporary architecture.
*Takeshita street...Harajyuku is the birthplace of "KAWAII" culture. This street is teen-fashion bazaar stores containing miscellaneous goods and sweets shops.
*Meiji Jingu Shrine...Tokyo's grandest Shinto shrine is dedicated to the Emperor Meiji and Empress Shoken. The 70 hectares of forested ground it's special oasis in the midest of all the big-city hustle and bustle.
*Shibuya Scramble crossing...the world busiest intersection in front of Shibuya station. It's an awesome spectacle of giant video screens and neon,guaranteed to give you a "I'm in Tokyo!" feeling.
Also you can learn how to use public transportation system through this tour.
Tokyo's public transportation system is very complicated but this tour will help you to understand.
I would like to make your stay in Tokyo a real pleasant one!