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Shibuya is a world famous district in Tokyo attracting fashionable people. However sometimes it is difficult for foreign tourists to explore Shibuya fully without an insider because of its complexity.
Shumi the Shibuya guide will help you out!
- Meeting up in front of JR Shibuya Station (near Hachiko statue)
- Lunch and shopping around Shibuya/Aoyama area upon your request
- No worries about directions, I know the place very well!
- I will help you out to purchase train tickets
- Shumi knows a lot about fashionable clothes
In front of Hachiko statue (JR Shibuya Station)
What you need to bring
- 日本語 (Fluent)
- English (Intermediate)
I'm Shumi, a Japanese guy who speaks Japanese and English.
I had lived in Vancouver, Canada and Copenhagen, Denmark for one year each.
I love traveling, playing football, eating, and drinking. I'm happy to meet new people from outside of Japan and would love to take you to deep local areas around Tokyo, where is only local people know.
Also I would like to introduce amazing Japanese traditional cultures.
There are many beautiful traditional places in countryside of Japan, I can take you there.
I hope you will enjoy Tokyo, Japan.
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This was one of my favorite tours on govoyagin because I love shopping and have always wanted to visit Japan to see the new fashion trends and buy clothes. Shumi really helped me out because it was my first morning in Japan, and he rearranged his schedule to meet me and take me shopping - it was truly great and helpful to have him there to take me on this tour or I would've been completely lost navigating the big city of Tokyo! First, Shumi was a very nice and goodhearted person, taking the time to teach me Japanese culture and how shops work. The great thing about the tour was that Shumi knows his stuff - he knows all the special select boutique shops that are off the main path, and also knows the boutiques that are very popular. We went to so many different shops that had wonderful and cool styles, and Shumi helped me out with his input on what looked good and what doesn't, and how much an item costs because at times tags can be confusing. At the last part of the tour, Shumi took me to another cool place in Aoyama and I got to see more fabulous stores not just on the inside, but also on the outside because of their amazing architecture (ex: prada). I can truly saw this tour was a wonderful and helpful experience for my first day in Japan and highly recommend anyone who loves to shop to go on this tour!
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