First we visit the outer market of Tsukiji where you will find variety of fish and many delicious Sushi restaurants. Then we take a walk to Hamarikyu Gardens where used to be the family garden of the Tokugawa Shogun ( the Samurai miritaly government in the 17th century ）and it is now oasis in urban center. Then we take a waterbus
to Asakusa where Sensoji, the oldest temple in Tokyo located.
What to Expect
Tsukiji Market is the largest fish wholesale market in the world. Tsukiji outer market is a mixture of wholesale and retail shops that sell Japanese kitchen tools, restaurants suppliies, groceries and seafood and many restaurants, especially sushi! You can buy, sample some of them and enjoy the bustling atmosphere. In Hama-rikyu gardens, you can find representative garden of Edo period with a tidal pond, two duck hunting sites and tea houses. You can also enjoy powdered green tea and Japanese sweets.(additional charge). Viewing Tokyo from a waterbus in the Sumida River across several unique bridges can be enjoyable, too. In Asakusa, you can visit the Sensoji and Nakamise, where the atomosphere of Edo period ( about 400years ago) has still remained.
On Thursday available only from 8 am to 1pm
I mainly guid around Tokyo. I can't sometimes guide other places than Tokyo. If you contact me ealier, I may be able to guide you other places than Tokyo.
What‘s not included
transporttaion fee ( you and guide) ( waterbus fee from Hama-rikyu to Asakusa 740 yen for an adult 12 years old and older than 12 years old, 370 yen for a child from 6 to under 12 years old), entrance fee for Hama-rikyu Gardens (300 yen per perston), breakfast, lunch, green tea and Japanese sweet in Hama-rikyu Gardens ( 510 yen or 720 yen per person )
Hotel where you are staying (within 23 wards in Tokyo)
Hotel you are staying (within 23 words of Tokyo ) or Tukiji Station or Tsukiji shijo Station
08:00 AM ( recommended ) Flexible
Number of people
up to 5 people Flexible