What to Expect
We start the tour from Tsukiji Fish Market.
*Tsukiji fish market The most popular sightseeing spot in Tokyo.
The largest wholesale market in the world. You will see interesting fish and marine products you have never seen before.
Wholesale business are taking place at an inner market where we can enter from 10:00.
The outer market consists of small retail shops and restaurants in a narrow lanes.
Above all, Tsukiji is the best place to eat SUSHI. So delicious ! Why don't you try to eat Sushi in Tsukiji ?
*Walk from Tsukiji fish market to Hamarikyuugarden
*Hamarikyu garden is located along side of Tokyo Bay. It's only within several minutes walking distance from Tskiji fish market.
It used be the garden attached to the feudal lord's residence, and became the property of the Shogun family in Edo period.
At the tea-house in the garden, you can enjoy Japanese maccha-tea and sweet on tatami-mat room.
*Sumida river cruising from Hamarikyugarden to Asakusa.
Asakusa is one of the most popular traditional sightseeing area in Tokyo,.
At the long charming shopping street (called Nakamise runs across to the main hall) you can enjoy shopping various kind of souvenirs.
* Lunch at Asakusa
Japanese food, Sushi, Tempura, Unagi(eel) Ramen, Udon, Okonomiyaku (Japanese pizza), Oden, Beef-cutlet (recommend), Yakitori (grilled chicken skewer ) etc.
*** Halal lunch is available. (sometimes needs reservation)
* move to Shibiya by subway
* In Shibuya, cross scramble-Crossing, take a photo with a stature of Hachi (dog)
* Move to Harajuku by JR
We visit Takeshita Street a mecca of girls' KAWAII-fashion , Oriental Bazaar, Kiddy land, Cat street, etc.
If you wish to visit Meiji Shrine, I will take you to the Meiji shrine instead of visiting Takeshita street.
* End of the tour:
at JR Harajuku station or where you 'd like