Tokyo is a magnificent mega-city, probably you've already read a lot about it from many tour books.
That's not enough.
You have to experience it ....
Touch it, smell it, taste it and feel it.
To enjoy such a Tokyo, you need the certain guide who can handle it efficiently, informatively and delightfully.
Let me be one of them.
Let me help you enjoy your Tokyo.
Feel free to personalize this offer with Mitsuru.
THIS IS PRIVATE TOUR.
I listed up the prominent sightseeing spots I think that must be visited as below..
Please pick up 4 or 5 places from below or just mention the place(s) which you would like to visit,
If you have your own places which is not listed in mine, please name them out.
I'll do my best to coordinate with your request.
I wrote down some sample tours below.
We can start from there and discuss.
（A) : The list of famous sights.
: Sky trees 634m tall broadcast tower. Next target for Godzilla.
Sensoji Temple (Asakusa) : Tokyo's iconic Buddhist temple complex
Harajyuku/Omotesando : The mecca of fashionable young girls .
Meiji Shrine : Shrine that is dedicated to deified spirits of Meiji emperor and his wife.
Shibuya' busiest x- intersection. :
Ueno park : First public park ever made in Japan. Great museums and zoo too.
Yanaka-area : Nostalgic neighbor of Ueno. You can visit last shogun's cemetery.
Akihabara : A center of subculture. Paradise for geeks and anime lovers
Imperial Palace and/or Higashigyoen (Imperial garden) : The relics of Edo castle.
Tokyo tower : Godzilla's favorite broadcast tower (333meter tall)
Tsukiji Fish market (No tuna auction), Still great place to experience Japanese foods.
Hamarikyu garden, :Traditional garden that lies along the seaside.
Kiyosumi Shirakawa garden, : Traditional garden in Tokyo. My number one choice.
Rikugien garden : Traditional Japanese garden famous for its autumn leaves light-up (seasonal)
Fukagawa Fudo : Rare temple that performs mysterious old Buddhist ceremony
Edo Tokyo Museum : Museum that has a taste of amusement park wit abundant historical exhibitions.
(B) FYG Sample tour routes.
(1) Sensoji Temple (Asakusa) - Ueno Park (or Akihabara) - Kiyosumi garden - Shibuya and Harajyuku area (Meiji shrine and/or Takaeshita street)
(2) Skytree - Sensoji Temple - Edo Tokyo museum - Shibuya and Harajyuku area (Meiji shrine and/or Takaeshita street)
(C) : Transportation and admission for your guidance.
Transportation fare : Somewhere around JPY 1,200- JPY1,600 per person (Adult), subject to where you stay and where you go.
Admission (Adult / per person ) :
Skytree : about Yen2,600- (350m deck), if you take a express lane it would be about Yen3,200-
Tokyo tower : about Yen 900 (150m deck)
National Museum at Ueno, Edo Tokyo Museum : about Yen 600
Hamarikyu, Kiyosumi Shirakawa garden: about Yen 150-300
Sensoji, Fukagawa fudo, Higashigyoen, Meiji Shrine : free (no charge)
Bunny cafe or hedgehogs cafe at Akihabara: about Yen 1,000-1,500 per person (30min)
(1) Admission fee for yours and guide's
(2) Lunch fee for yours and guide's
(3) Transportation fee for yours and guide's
(4) Meeting you at and escorting you to your hotel in central Tokyo is no charge. However, in rare case , extra charge can be charged depend on the accessibility
(1) Since this is walking tour, please bring your best shoes easy to walk.
Also please do not bring your luggage.
Small back pack would be nice, if you need to.
(2) We can use taxi, but I'm sorry, it will be your account..
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
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.
After booking a tour, the guide will accept (or decline) your booking within 24 hours. Then you will be noticed by email from Triplelights.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Yes, you can and you may be able to get a discount if you are traveling alone. Price depends on which guide you choose.
I cannot day enough good things about our tour with Mitsuru (“Mark”). My wife and I have never visited Japan and relied on Mark to pick our schedule. He did and the tour was phenomenal. He gave us great information both historically and culturally. Also, some people may feel uneasy about what it’s like to spend a day with someone they’ve never met. Rest assured, Mark is great company! He’s friendly and the conversations were fun. He made sure we had interest in everything we were about to see, and also gave us great tips about how to spend the remainder of our trip. We had our tour with Mark on day 1 of our trip, and I highly recommend you do the same- he will give you great tips about other cool things to see.
Thank you so much for the wonderful review. And also I'm sorry for my late response to it. I'm so happy to hear again you enjoyed my tour. It was a great ICHIGO ICHIE. Happy Anniverary ! I hope I can see you again .
Mitsuru was a wonderful guide. We are a group of 8 older persons and he was a perfect guide for us His English is perfect, he is knowledgeable and provided us with outs of new information He was flexible to accommodate the needs of everyone in the group. I would highly recommend you use Mitsuri
What a wonderful time I had with you all! I was able to see all of you smiling which encouraged me a lot. Telling the truth, I was a bit worried about your legs that someone might got really tired. But I was completely wrong. It was my great pleasure to have a chance to attend a such a wonderful people. I hope you all enjoy the rest of your journey.
Six of us had Mr Mitsuru guide us in Kamakura. It was a lovely day. We used trains and walked a lot. He managed to please us all with visits to examples of various temples. Each one different and each offering something different. He was also funny and informative. Thank you Mack.
HI Roline. Thank you so much for your kind review. I'm glad to hear you enjoyed my tour. However I regret I should have slow down a bit and provide more time for recess. I hope I can see you again some time in future. Best Regards Mark.
Mark was a great guide very knowledgeable and tailored the 2 day program to our interests. Extremely professional thank you mark
What a great pleasure I had spending 2 days with you! I'm happy to hear you liked my tour. Thank you so much for giving wonderful days and I hope some day we can get together again. Mark
Mitsuru (Mark) took my wife and I to see Nikko. I hired a guide as I knew there would be multiple trains to catch, long distances to travel and walk, and I didn't want to stress over navigating train stations and locations. Mitsuru was perfect for us, personable, happy, informative, and thoughtful. He knew the area very well and kept us well informed on everything we saw, and with cultural traditions and practices. His English was excellent and we had a very fun trip with him. He even led us to a good set of restaurants to choose from when he dropped us off near our hotel. We would definitely hire him again if we return to Tokyo, he was not just a guide, he became a good friend that can be relied upon.
Thank you very much for the such a wonderful review. I have done many ICHIGO-ICHIE before as a guide, but the time I have spent with you is definitely one of the most precious one. I hope someday in near future, we can get together again. ARIGATO. Mark.