I really like my one-day visit in Yokohama. Mr. Yuki took me to the bay for an amazing cruise trip and the landmark tower to enjoy the fantastic city view of Yokohama. Last but not least, it was Mr. Yuki who brought me to a local sea food restaurant where I had the best sashimi in my life. Thanks Mr. Yuki!
Yuki is very kind and personal in his approach of the tour. He kindly accompany us to the doctor due to my son's allergy before going to the proper tour. It was very personal and accommodating and we greatly appreciate it. His knowledge of the places to go in our limited time in Tokyo helped us appreciate the beauty and culture of Japan.
I like the free and easy option, and Yuki-san brought us to some nice place for lunch. Although I believe, there is lack of information in general.
Yuki was meticulously prepared for our day trip to Hakone with our 1 year-old daughter. He had thought ahead of where we could stop and take our time so she could sleep etc. The tour itself was great fun, with Yuki sharing the history of Hakone, Lake Ashinoko, Mt Fuji and the surrounds. We had time to explore both of the cable cars/ropeways and take some fantastic photos of Mt Fuji. We highly recommend Yuki as a tour guide
We had an enjoyable guided tour with Yuki-san who is patient and knowledgeable. He speaks good English and we managed to cover quite a few places with beautiful scenic views. Highly recommended.
Yuki was very helpful in guiding us to visit Hakone to see Mount Fuji. Although the weather conditions prevented us from going on the monorail or boat, he had a backup plan which still allowed us to see a great view of Fuji from the Japanese Painting Museum. He went out of his way to reserve a restaurant for us for dinner and made it easy to find our way around and book transportation for the the trip. I would definitely recommend booking with Yuki if you would like someone who is friendly, well-mannered and considerate of your needs.
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Towards the end of the Edo Period (1603-1867), during which Japan maintained a policy of self-isolation, Yokohama's port was one of the first to be opened to foreign trade in 1859. Consequently, Yokohama quickly grew from a small fishing village into one of Japan's major cities. This is an exclusive tour by our chartered vehicles.This tour is only for your group!
Towards the end of the Edo Period (1603-1867), during which Japan maintained a policy of self-isolation, Yokohama's port was one of the first to be opened to foreign trade in 1859. Consequently, Yokohama quickly grew from a small fishing village into one of Japan's major cities.This is an exclusive tour by our chartered vehicles. This tour is only for your group!
Yokohama is a beautiful harbor city, having a distinguished and exotic atmosphere as an international port. Just a half hour train ride away from Tokyo, you can reach Japan’s 2nd largest city where multi cultures coexist. We go around the bay area of Yokohama, viewing the cityscapes retaining historical buildings, visiting various sites, malls and Japan’s largest Chinatown, in the sea breeze.