I've been working as a tour guide for foreign tourists since 2010. I love meeting people from all over the world.!I believe that Japan has many interesting aspects for tourists. I'd like to show you the culture unique to Japan such as Buddhist statues,Japanese gardens, Japanese food,sake,shopping and Mt.Fuji!
Yes! If you need to make changes such as removing or adding someone to your booking or changing the date or time of your tour, contact us by phone or email
After you secure your booking, the starting and ending points of your tour can be customized to your convenience (ex.: your hotel, nearby stations, etc.). Don't worry, we will take care of you! Some tours may have an extra fee for this service, make sure to check the tour page.
After booking a tour, the guide will accept (or decline) your booking within 24 hours. Then you will be noticed by email from Triplelights.
Yes, but there will be additional charge for that and it is not by car. The guide will go pick you up using public transportations. For further details, please contact your guide directly.
Yes, you can and you may be able to get a discount if you are traveling alone. Price depends on which guide you choose.
Really enjoyed the day trip with Tomo. I knew I wanted to see some of the caves and forest in Yamanashi and wasn't up for making a climb up Mount Fuji, and needed recommendations on how else to spend the day. It was, unfortunately, very cloudy on the day of my trip, but she filled it with interesting sights even without the view of Fujiyama. We trekked through the Aokigahara Forest and Fugaku (Wind Cave). She suggested the Itchiku Kubota Art Museum, which at first seemed like just another museum, I thoroughly enjoyed it. The art created through Kubota-san's tie dying Kimonos is impressive and have gained a new appreciation for the work. The gardens and landscape throughout were so tranquil and beautiful. A trip to the Ide Brewery was of note; we not only had the Sake brewery tour, but got a glimpse of a traditional Japanese home and Tea room that has lasted hundreds of years. We finished the day at the Fujisan Sengen Shrine where she shared some history of Shintoism and Buddhism. In short, Tomo is a kind, thoughtful and knowledgeable guide and would recommend you spend a day with her in Yamanashi should you get the chance!