Stroll a beautiful Japanese garden and taste sake in Tokyo

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Enjoy a walk in a beautiful traditional Japanese garden followed by a casual sake tasting nearby. The tour will conclude with a visit to an observation deck from which you can see the expanse of Tokyo and its evening lights.

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  • Enjoy classic Japanese garden beauty - great photo opportunities!
  • Drink some sake! (your choice of two kinds included, thirty more available at a low cost)
  • See the vast Tokyo nightscape from a 45th floor observatory
  • All activities are close to each other—not much walking or loss of time
  • Learn your preferences in sake for better ordering in restaurants

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JR Hamamatsucho station, north exit turnstile

Important Information

Age requirement: MUST be at least 20 years old to join this tour.
Meeting time: Please make sure you arrive 10 minutes before the starting time of the tour because tours leave promptly.
Food: Tour includes sake. Please indicate any food allergies.
Weather: This tour is not cancelled for weather except in extreme circumstances (e.g., typhoons) in which case we will contact you and refund your payment in full.

What you need to bring

Cash needed: Additional sake and food available at own expense.
Dress: Casual

Meet your host :
Tokyo Way
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  • Français (Fluent)

Tokyo Way offers experiential half- and full-day tours in the Tokyo area in English and French that enable a deep connection with the elements of Japanese culture that make it so special, fascinating and meaningful in today's world. TOKYO WAY is dedicated to providing authentic, enjoyable and educational experiences of many aspects of Japanese culture offering access to unusual and exciting activities organized by Japanese cultural themes such as Otaku, Umami, Omotenashi and others.
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