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Get the best of Tokyo in a single day
Don’t have enough time to travel around all of Tokyo? Don’t worry! Our 1-day tours are made for people like you who don’t have enough time to travel but would like to enjoy as much of Tokyo as possible. This tour covers many major tourist spots. After you join our West & East tour, you can say you visit most of all tourist spots in Tokyo!!
We can arrange the itinerary as you like.
■ Asakusa ■
We start with the most popular tourist area, Asakusa. Asakusa is one of the most traditional places in all of Tokyo. Walking though the ancestral Japanese atmosphere you might be surprised at how Japanese religious customs are available to anyone and how Japanese time-honored manners have matured. You’ll experience the proper way to visit the temple & shrine, how to purify yourself, how to pray, and what a Japanese fortune teller is like. You will also see the new symbol of Japan’s state-of-the-art construction and architecture, Tokyo Sky Tree.
■ To the East side of Tokyo ■
We’ll have a 35-minute river cruise from Asakusa to the Japanese Traditional garden of Hamarikyu. It’s a typical Japanese style garden with a pond in center. You can enjoy the gap between beautiful seasonal flowers, tranquil atmosphere and surrounding modern high-rise buildings. At a teahouse on the pond, you can taste matcha tea with sweets if you like.
10-minute walk takes you to Tsukiji fish market, and we’ll have lunch in the outer market. You can enjoy the best sushi in the world at reasonable prices. We’ll visit another temple, Tsukiji Honganji which was built in old Indian style.
Then we'll take the subway to Nijubashi, the bridge of the Imperial Palace. We’ll explain to you about the Japanese Imperial family. Finally we’ll move to Yurakucho area which is filled with local business persons by walk. You can enjoy its cozy atmosphere. As this tour finishes at near the Yurakucho station, you can enjoy shopping at nearby Ginza or have a drink at one of taverns of Yakitori alley after the tour.
★On this tour we cover
This tour includes Asakusa walking tour.
■ Kaminarimon gate
■ Nakamise shopping street
■ Sensoji temple and Asakusa shrine
If you already took part in our Asakusa walking tour, we will arrange a special tour to Kappabashi instead.
■ Tsukiji Fish Market (Lunch)
■ Imperial Palace
■ Yakitori Alley (final stop)
We can also talk about the traditional tea ceremony and the Japanese Imperial family system.
What you need to bring