Tour Around the Lively Neighborhood of Kagurazaka!

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What you need to bring

Water, money for food and souvenirs!


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We are Voyagin Japan, a curated marketplace for unique activities in Japan.

Our company has partnerships with various companies, organizations, and hosts that offer local, authentic, and traditional activities. We screen each and every activity to ensure that they are in line with our standards so that you can always expect professional and memorable experiences.

From viewing the scenic spots in Hokkaido to experiencing the intensity of the sumo sport to practicing traditional ikebana flower arrangement, we are always striving to provide valuable experiences for you during your time in Japan. If you have special requests, we will always put forth our best effort to meet them.

We look forward to ensuring your stay in Japan is unforgettable!
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Reviews (2)

  • Jar Jar

    Enlightening and fun

    Really enjoyed walking around Kagurazaka with a knowledgable local dressed in a kimono. He was able to tailor the trip to our group and show us interesting things about the area. The many narrow cobblestone streets of Kagurazaka is a bit overwhelming on your own so it was great to be with Nori-san.

  • Bronte Bronte

    Atmospheric!

    We had a wonderful 5 hours including hotel pick
    up with subway rides. Our guide Tomoko was helpful and informative -especially taking time to assist my visually impaired wife with temple and subway steps. A perfect sunny day ensured we got the most out of sightseeing, shopping and eating! We even caught sight of a genuine Geisha but she modestly turned away before cameras could be activated! Thoroughly recommend as a "grounded" Tokyo experience.

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