|Meeting Point||At Tokyo station Marunouchi North gate|
|Ending Point||At Tsukiji|
|Departure||10:00 AM ( recommended ) Flexible|
|Tour Type||Private Tour ( only for you )|
|Number of people||1 ~ 5|
The wholesale fish market is closed on Sunday, National holidays and most of Wednesday.
Tsukiji fishmarket is popular not only by its Tsuna auction but also its variety of shops for visitors. You don't have to wake up before the dawn in this tour. Still you will enjoy shopping and eating Japanese cuisines. Many people come to eat at popular sushi bars after waiting several hours. But I recommend to visit sushi bars being not too crowded since time is money for foreign travelers.There are so many sushi bars in the outer market area and it is rather difficult for visitors where to eat.After lunch, it will be fun to continue shopping. You can taste the foods before you buy them. Tsukiji fish market is an interesting place to visit.
|extra person ( Additional charge is required from the 6th person including a child and a baby ).||18.00 USD|
|Extra place. There is a Japanese garden near by..||27.00 USD|
|Hotel pick up.||18.00 USD|
|extra hour.||27.00 USD|
We took a tour with Yuki to Kamakura. He knows the area very well. Has a good knowledge of the attractions. We enjoyed the trip.
Mr. Yuki met us very punctually. He was very informative and kept a brisk pace, allowing us to a number of sites during the day. He handled purchasing the tickets we needed to navigate about Tokyo. The restaurant he suggested for lunch was elegant, quite and out of the way (a nice break from the heat and crowds outside). I was able to have some interesting chats related to his profession, as he was a nuclear physicist. We were fortunate to have Mr. Yuki as our guide!
Thank you so much Yuki for best guide ever
We enjoyed a fantastic day tour from Tokyo to Kamakura with Yuki. He was professional but warm and friendly. He is also very high energy. His English and knowledge of various cultures/religions is excellent. In addition to his clear verbal explanations, he carries an iPad pre-loaded with photos, diagrams and other reference info to quickly assist his guests in their understanding of the various points of interest. We felt that was quite helpful. We had a few email exchanges before we arrived in Tokyo so he could plan our tour for what we wanted to see most. Much of it was left to his discretion since he is the expert. For example, he arranged the timing to take the large Sunday crowds into consideration. We either walked or took the subway. The tour was well-planned for the most efficient use of time. We saw all of the major hightlights including the large Buddha and many shrines, gardens, and temples. We also meandered through a few little shops along the way when it started to rain. (The rain was no problem at all.) Lunch was in a small noodle shop- just perfect! Later, we toured a new, ultra-modern shopping center near Tokyo Station. Very interesting! Thank you, Yuki-san for our wonderful day. When we come back to Japan, we will be sure to find you again. Cheers!
Yuki is a great tour guide. Knowledgeable and courteous. I'd recommend him to anyone in need of a guide in Japan
Hakone is very popular for one day trip from Tokyo. There are nice parks and museums with scenic view. We will take a mountain railway, a rope way and cruise Lake Ashi by the Pirate ship. Hakone is famous for hot public baths, you can try one if you want. If you are lucky, you can enjoy the magnificent view of Mt. Fuji.