What to Expect
You can visit your interested places effectively.
Do you like to know about Japanese history and culture? Do you want to see modern city? Do you want to experience Japanese art and craft? Do you want to enjoy shopping and eating?
Please let me know any keywords, so that we can discuss and make your own tour.
The place to visit would be
Asakusa - the town with old atmosphere, oldest temple and shopping street in Tokyo
Ueno - the center of art and culture in Tokyo and Japan
Akihabara - pop culture, anime, manga and electric town
Ginza - the high end fashionable streets
Tokyo/Marunouchi - the center of business and economics, and imperial palace
Tsukiji - the biggest fish market in the world
Shinjuku - the old and new cross culture
Shibuya - Hachiko and Shibuya crossing, the young fashion town
Harajuku - the sacred Meiji Shrine and aspirational town for teen ager
Omotesando/Aoyama - streets for high end brand shops and fashionable small shops
Roppongi - trendy spots, high rise shopping building, many foreign residence, and embassy located
and so on....
My recommendation are
10:00 pick up at hotel
10:30 Asakusa, Kaminarimon Gate, Nakamise street, Sensoji temple, and stroll around Asakusa town
12:00 Lunch at Asakusa
13:00 Ueno, walk around Ueno Park, check out some museums from outside
15:00 Imperial Palace East Garden
16:00 Finish at Tokyo Station
(no admission fee needed for this course, transportation fee is about 500 jpy within this route)
9:30 Pick up at hotel
10:00 Tsukiji Fish Market
12:00 Lunch at Tsukiji
13:00 Hamarikyu Japanese Garden
14:00 Move to Odaiba by cruise ship or new transportation (Yurikamome)
15:30 Finish at Odaiba
(admission fee 300jpy for Hamarikyu garden, transportation would be 620jpy (cruise) 320jpy (train))
Basically, we will use public transportation to move from area to area.
You will learn Japanese local culture and history as well as some local spots that might not in the guidebook. Let's discover Japan together!!
Looking forward to hearing from you!!