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Private tour as-you-like in Central Tokyo

by MAYUMI
(128) Reviews
8h $ 324 Precio hasta 6 people

Puntos de interes

  • Choose 2-3 destinations, and I'll make an itinerary concidering your preferences
  • 1. Omotesando, Aoyama and Roppongi
  • 2. Ginza
  • 3. Shinjuku
  • 4. Ikebukuro
  • 5. Asakusa-Odaiba Tokyo Bay Cruise (including Asakusa and Odaiba)
  • 6. Asakusa
  • 7. Odaiba
  • 8. Ueno
  • 9. Kiyosumi-Shirakawa
  • 10. Shibamata
  • 11. Tokyo Sky Tree
  • 12. Marunouchi
  • 13. Akihabara
  • 14. Nakano
  • 15.Harajuku
  • 16.Shibuya
  • 17. Msiji-jingu Shrine
  • 18. Hie-jinja Shrine
  • 19. Zojo-ji Temple
  • 20. Tokyo Daijingu
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Personas
324.00 USD

Price up to 6 people
FREE cancelation 30 days prior

Extras (opcional)

An extra hour.
$ 40.50
An extra person.
$ 40.50

Resumen

This tour covers my recommendations in Tokyo. Please choose 2-3 places from the list first, and I may add some attractive spots near your choices if possible and make an itinerary according to your health condition and interests. If you have other places you want to go, please feel free to ask me.

Que esperar de este tour

Every tourist has his or her own preferences and needs. For example, my 76-year-old mother is a very out-going person and still loves to travel in spite of the artificial joint embedded in her ankle. She is vigorous in mind but can no longer walk as fast as people around her. But we can enjoy traveling by considered arrangement. Also, I have been astounded at the allergic reaction of my friend who is allergic to crustaceans. We weren’t aware that shrimps were used for making soup stock of the ramen we ate. That experience made me more careful about food for people who have some allergy. Please feel free to tell me anything you worry about. Careful preparation makes you feel free from any anxiety and brings you wonderful travel memories
On the other hand, some people may have a strong urge to walk around Tokyo at their own pace and visit some places of their particular interests without being constrained by others. Why don’t we make a special itinerary together? It’s my pleasure to help you appreciate deep attractions in Japan.

Walking, Shopping and Culture:
1. Omotesando, Aoyama and Roppongi district: a street lined with zelkova trees on both sides that provides a relaxing atmosphere. It is also lined with refined shops including brand shops, cafés, as well as restaurants. Let’s enjoy walking in the Minami Aoyama district to Roppongi! (1.5km form Omotesando to The National Art Center in Roppongi)
-The Nezu Museum in Aoyama: popular among foreigners not only for its collection but also its amazing garden.
-The National Art Center in Roppongi: designed by the famous architect, Kisho Kurokawa. The restaurant and café in this building are also fantastic!

2. Ginza: streets lined with good restaurants and a high-end shopping area. New landmarks have been built here recently.
-KABUKIZA Tower: office tower that emphasizes traditional Japanese aesthetics, built adjacent to the Kabukiza
-Tsukiji Outer Market: you can find anything from foods such as fresh fish, fresh meats, fresh fruit and vegetables,and dried foods to food-related products such as knives and dinnerware. Also a famous gourmet spot.

3. Shinjuku: -Tokyo Metropolitan Government: One of Tokyo's landmarks, with an observatory on the 45th floor
-Department store with popular basement food floors, which offer fancy sweets, delicious prepared dishes, and beautiful box lunches
-huge electronics stores such as Yamada Denki, Bic Camera, and Yodobashi Camera, which offer plenty of equipment such as PCs and electrical home appliances

4. Ikebukuro: within 10 minutes from Shinjuku
-Sunshine Aquarium: first rooftop aquarium in Japan based on the concept of “an oasis in the sky”
-J-WORLD-TOKYO: indoor theme park full of animated cartoons from popular comic book “Jump” such as “One piece” “Dragon ball” and “Naruto”
-Nanjatown: indoor theme park that provides everything from amusement to food all at once, which is popular with groups as well as couples

5. Asakusa-Odaiba Tokyo Bay Cruise! : You can fully enjoy the color of Tokyo along the Sumida-gawa River toward Tokyo Bay and see many types of bridges spanning the river. (about one hour)

6. Asakusa: one of the most popular tourist destinations. Senso-ji Temple, famous for its huge red lantern is the biggest Buddhist temple in Tokyo. But do you know that Asakusa-jinja Shrine is in the same grounds? You can learn about the coexistence of Buddhism and Shintoism here. You can buy traditional Japanese souvenirs at the shopping arcade called Nakamise.

7. Odaiba: popular among both adults and kids. There are also several kids' places such as the National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation, an indoor amusement park along with fancy several attractive malls for adults.

8. Ueno: -Ueno Park: designated in 1873 as the first park in Japan. In the huge grounds are a museum complex, zoo, and Toshogu Shrine, which was built in 1627 upon request by Tokugwa Ieyasu in his will.
-Ameyoko (short for Ameya-yokocho) is famous for its extremely cheap seasonal goods and other wares such as cosmetics, shoes, sporting goods, leather jackets and jeans.

9. Kiyosumi-Shirakawa: old town with several popular coffee shops, temples and shrines, and a famous Kiyosumi-garden, which is one of the greatest masterpieces in the gardens in Tokyo.

10. Shibamata: Taishakuten Temple may not be so widely known to foreign tourist, but it’s been popular among Japanese people because the temple and the approach lined with many long-established shops used to be a set of the movie titled ‘Tora-san’, which has been loved by the Japanese for many years.

11. Tokyo Sky Tree: the highest communications and observation tower in Japan, whose observation decks command a breath-taking panorama of Tokyo. There are also a planetarium, an aquarium, and a lot of shops and restaurants, so people from all age groups can enjoy there.

12. Marunouchi: -Tokyo Staion: completed in 1914, designated Important Cultural Property, was restored to its original form in 2012.
- KITTE: a commercial facility run by Japan Post. You can enjoy shops that let you experience Japanese craftsmanship as well as restaurants that serve delicious food from across Japan.
-Imperial Palace: The Edo Castle, formerly the Tokugawa Family’s residence, became the Imperial Palace as the Emperor moved to Tokyo from the Kyoto Imperial Palace after the Meiji Restoration.

Anime, Games, Comics, and new fashion trend:
13. Akihabara: The center of electric, comic, card game shops, maid cafes, and anime products. The shop filled with many toy vending machine selling capsule toys called “Gasha-pon” is also popular along with the instant photo booth, Pri-Kura.
-Kanda Myojin Shrine: supposedly built in 730, which is dedicated to Taira no Masakado. The vermilion-lacquered main hall is spectacular. It’s also a sanctuary for anime fans now because of the scene of a popular anime “Love Live”. Adjacent to the Akihabara district, you can find omikuji sold in a capsule toy style.

14. Nakano, a Sanctuary for Otaku (geek, nerd, or freak); enjoy Japanese sub-culture fully at Nakano Broadway. If you love a certain anime character, you can even make your cell-phone case printed your favorite one. Anyway, everything Otaku want is here

15. Harajyuku, pop fashion shopping area: all sorts of fashion categories, popular snack such as colorful cotton candy, and unique cafes

16. Shibuya, teenager shopping area: Walking from Harajuku to Shibuya, you can see shop windows displaying the latest fashion for the young. And you can visit to Shibuya station to see the Hachiko statue and the ‘human scramble’ traffic crossing.

Shrines and Temples:
17. Meiji-jingu Shrine: Located in Harajuku, Shibuya, it’s popular among foreign tourists. The Well of Kiyomasa in this garden has become famous as a so-called power spot. Pure water has been welling up for more than 400 years.

18. Hie-jinja Shrine: famous for its Sanno Festival, one of the three biggest festivals in Japan. You can also see the National Diet Building and other important buildings nearby.

19. Zojoji Temple: situated near Tokyo Tower, Zojoji Temple is the chief temple of the Jodo-Buddhist sect. It had a deep connection to the Tokugawa Shogunate family.

20. Tokyo Daijingu: called ‘o-Ise-sama in Tokyo’, this shrine is especially popular among young women who want to encounter their future husband. You can get a pretty charm on which flowers or Hello Kitty is embroidered.

If you are interested in shrines, please visit my blog, "Visiting Tokyo ten shrines".

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Puntos de interes

  • Choose 2-3 destinations, and I'll make an itinerary concidering your preferences
  • 1. Omotesando, Aoyama and Roppongi
  • 2. Ginza
  • 3. Shinjuku
  • 4. Ikebukuro
  • 5. Asakusa-Odaiba Tokyo Bay Cruise (including Asakusa and Odaiba)
  • 6. Asakusa
  • 7. Odaiba
  • 8. Ueno
  • 9. Kiyosumi-Shirakawa
  • 10. Shibamata
  • 11. Tokyo Sky Tree
  • 12. Marunouchi
  • 13. Akihabara
  • 14. Nakano
  • 15.Harajuku
  • 16.Shibuya
  • 17. Msiji-jingu Shrine
  • 18. Hie-jinja Shrine
  • 19. Zojo-ji Temple
  • 20. Tokyo Daijingu

Importante

*I can guide you outside Tokyo if you cover my transportation fee.
*If the duration of the tour is less than 5 hours, my guide fee is 5,000 JPY per hour.
*My guide fee for the night tour (at and after 6:00 pm) is 6,000 JPY per hour.
*I'm available until 9:00 pm.

Please join my tour with the shoes which comforable for walking.
This is a walking tour. We use public transportation mainly. The rate doesn't include the fare for your transportation, entrance fee and lunch.
If you have any concern about the tour, please let me know in advance. Its my pleasure to do my homewark to get rid of your anxiety.

It's good for you to carry a decent amount of Japanese Yen with you. You can use this for transportation, snacks, souvenirs etc… Many small markets in Tokyo are cash-only, though most shops and restaurants accept credit cards.

Estimated Local Cash Needed:
Transportation expenses: about 1,000yen/person ( JR or Tokyo Metro)
Tokyo Bay cruise from Asakusa to Daiba: 1,130yen/person leer más

Que esta incluido
Making your original itinerary, Guide fee, Hotel pick-up (in 23 ward in Tokyo)
Que no esta incluido
Transportation fee (you and guide), lunch, entrance fee for you and a guide
Comienza de
Tokyo , Saitama, Kamakura, Yokohama
Punto de encuentro
At you hotel lobby
Punto de finalización
At the final destination or your hotel
Duración
8 hours
Horario de comienzo
08:30 AM ( recommended )   Flexible
Numero de personas
hasta 6 people   Flexible

Preguntas frecuentes

Can I make changes after I book?

Yes! If you need to make changes such as removing or adding someone to your booking or changing the date or time of your tour, contact us by phone or email

Starting and ending points of the tour.

After you secure your booking, the starting and ending points of your tour can be customized to your convenience (ex.: your hotel, nearby stations, etc.). Don't worry, we will take care of you! Some tours may have an extra fee for this service, make sure to check the tour page.

What happens after I book a tour?

After booking a tour, the guide will accept (or decline) your booking within 24 hours. Then you will be noticed by email from Triplelights.

Is the price per person or per group?

The price is charged per group. Which means that you make a one-time payment for your entire group and the price will not change if it is less or more people.

Can I add more people to my booking?

Some guides accept extra people (more than the specified number) for an extra charge. Please check for the extras on the tour or booking page, or contact your guide directly to clarify.

Will there be other tourists in my tour?

No. Your tour is private, only for you and your family or friends, there will be no other group of tourists together in your tour.

Can the guide pickup me at the airport?

Yes, but there will be additional charge for that and it is not by car. The guide will go pick you up using public transportations. For further details, please contact your guide directly.

I'm travelling alone. Can I book this tour?

Yes, you can and you may be able to get a discount if you are traveling alone. Price depends on which guide you choose.

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Policitas de cancelación

  • Si cancela dentro de los primeros 14 día(s) antes de la fecha de encuentro ,hay 100% de cargo.
  • Si cancela entre 15 y 29 día(s) anterior a la fecha de encuentro ,hay 50% de cargo.
  • Si cancela al menos 30 día(s) antes de la fecha de la reunión, hay un reembolso del 100%.
Reviews ( 128 )
Scott Scott United States ( Couple )
Excelente
20 hours ago

“ Mayumi made it possible for us to see a lot of Tokyo in a day. ”

To maximize our limited time in Tokyo, we booked Mayumi, and we're very glad we did. Mayumi recommended the "must see" things based on our interests. We loved getting around via the Tokyo subway system; with her help it couldn't have been easier. Mayumi was well spoken, well informed and interested in making sure we saw and did the things that were important to us.

Nicole Nicole Switzerland ( Friends )
Excelente
2 days ago

“ Daytrips to Hakone ”

Mayumi picked us up at the hotel and brought us to Hakone, where we had a lovely day including cable cars and pirate ship. It was a lovely day and Mayumi took care of everything, it was a great start to our trip to Japan. Thank you Mayumi!

Matthew Matthew United Kingdom ( Couple )
Excelente
5 days ago

“ Well-researched day tour of Tokyo's sights ”

Mayumi was great as a tour guide! Her spoken English is excellent. We would recommend her to anyone wanting to see Tokyo. Before we met, she had researched the places and routes. We discussed various ideas of where to visit before settling on a good itinerary. On the day, she gave us a lot of insight into the historical and cultural aspects of the places we were visiting. There were some little details we loved, like taking us to a good little shop that sells pancakes with bean paste. We went back to our hotel tired but having thoroughly enjoyed ourselves.

MAYUMI:

Thank you so much for your kind and detailed review, Matthew. As you shared your idea well in advance, I could do my homework so as not to waste time. I'm happy to know you really enjoyed the tour with me. Let's do somewhere off the beaten path next time. Please say hello to Monica❣️See you again!

Nicole Nicole United States ( Couple )
Excelente
1 week ago

“ Sunshine on a rainy day ”

Although our day in Tokyo was a rainy one, that didn’t hinder Mayumi from being an amazing guide! She took took us all around, from shrines, temples, to fish markets and Harajuku fashion! Our day tour had a wonderful mix of what the city had to offer, and with Mayumi sharing her knowledge of each place, we truly appreciated Tokyo. Also, we had spur of the moment souvenir requests (from soccer apparel to Hello Kitty) and she knew exactly where to take us. She even helped us out with all of our travel needs the next few days we were in Japan- from assisting in booking our Shinkansen to/from Kyoto/Osaka to showing us New Yorkers how to navigate the subways. Couldn’t have asked for a better guide

MAYUMI:

Hi, Nicole! Thank you so much for writing a great review. Your words remind me of the wonderful day we spent together. I'd never forget your big smile when taking a picture with the Hello Kitty ribbon on your head:) Exactly, it was a rainy day, but we shared a lot of interesting experiences. I really appreciate it. I'm happy to have helped make your travel easier. I can well imagine you fully enjoyed Kyoto and Osaka too. I'm looking forward to planning your next adventure together again. Thank you!!!

brandon Brandon United States ( Family with kids )
Excelente
1 week ago

“ Fantastic 2 days in Tokyo ”

Mayumi, was a wonderful guide. We had 3 children ages 6,7, and 10. Traveling through Tokyo with kids can be difficult but Mayumi made it seamless and easy. We had a great mix of seeing old and new Tokyo and Mayumi was very knowledgeable. She took us to a great Ramen shop, wonderful temple and shrines, and gardens of the imperial palace. The weather was wonderful and we even saw a few cherry blossoms. Thank you, thank you, thank you Mayumi

MAYUMI:

Thank you for your quick and sweet review, Brandon. I've just made it home from Kyoto tour, thinking of your having great days there too. I'm so happy to have been with you for the two days. Did you know that anyone who saw your kids couldn't help smiling? I often heard people saying "Kawaii!" around us. You are enjoying Tokyo and western part of Japan this time. There are peaceful and beautiful places in the eastern part of Japan too. I do want to guide you there next time. I'll be waiting for you to come back to me again. Please say hello to your wife and angels. Thank you, thank you, thank you Brandon!!!

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