Taiji

Taiji

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  • 普通话 (Fluent)
  • 廣東話 (Fluent)

Hi! my name is Taiji, I'm living in Tokyo.
Before that I used to live in Paris and spent 16 years of my youth, so I'm alright with French too.
I’m set here since college because I was fascinated by the Japanese subculture; game manga and electronic devices. I guess I had the same kind of passion just like the younger generation of foreign guys who are fans of Japan. Then my interests shifted into history, traditional cultures and to discover the mysterious Japanese mind that made me become a bigger fan and a guide.

My activity is of course taking you to sightseeing, telling about our history and providing you information so you can have a better idea and image about our country. I'll take you to the best picturesque places and eat well, but at the same time I'd be also concerned to know about your background. I’m sure that I’ll be asking you questions to have a better understanding of your culture and history, find the differences or what we are actually having in common, because I think this is the best way to keep our souvenirs long and fresh.

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  • Mae Mae

    Beautiful views of Mt. Fuji 5th station and Lake Kawaguchi

    Beautiful views of Mt. Fuji 5th station and Lake Kawaguchi Taiji was such an awesome guide. Very professional, fetched us on time and took us to places we could still see despite the rainy weather. So altho we were not able to see the magnificenece of Mt. Fuji, we still had a worthwhile picturesque time in other places--and to at least say that we were "on" the mountain itself. He is very knowledgeable about Mt. Fuji and has taken us to experience what it truly meant to the Japanese people. We appreciated how he has made us comfortable althroughout, being a more like a friend who was taking us around rather than a serious guide. He even took us to a good Houtou meal (plus our very first raw horse meat which was an absolute delight!). Your time driving us around and teaching us about little tidbits about Japanese culture, religion and culture is much remembered. It was definitely such a wonderful experience for us, Taiji! Thank you so much!

  • A Khabir A Khabir

    Beautiful views of Mt. Fuji 5th station and Lake Kawaguchi

    Beautiful views of Mt. Fuji 5th station and Lake Kawaguchi I decided to try this experience as it was my first time to Japan and to Mount Fuji. I did not want to waste time travelling via public transport and figuring how to go to the places I had intend to go.

    I was really pleased when Tom, our tour guide, told us that he was able to create and itinerary around the places we wanted to go. He even brought us to a place to buy fruits (the peaches were delightful) and to the world heritage center of mount fuji. These were fit in on top of the places we already planned to go.

    At the end of the tour, we chose to be dropped off at a restaurant instead of our hotel and Tom actually helped us to look for it until we found it. I found this really cool and really appreciated him doing so as he wasn't obliged to help us look for it.

    Tom is a really warm fella. He is also knowledgeable and very accommodating. I highly recommend this tour to anyone who is a first-timer or would like to have a more in-depth experience of Mount Fuji and the places around it.

  • Sara Sara

    Private charter tour to Nikko & Edo Wonderland or hot spring

    Private charter tour to Nikko & Edo Wonderland or hot spring Nikko is beautiful and our guide, Mr. Tom Harada, was very friendly, helpful and knowledgeable. A big plus for our family was his constant offer to take our pictures which he then emailed to me even before our tour was over. We also had an excellent driver, Mytoshi.

    Edo Wonderland was a lot of fun, especially the Ninja show. Our only regret was not having enough time here but we wouldn’t have wanted to give up seeing the Toshogu shrine or skipping the great steak lunch we had where we got to try Tochigi beef. Over-all, it was a good tour, but if you have time, it may be better to spread Nikko over 2 days.

  • Ted Ted

    See Mt Fuji's stunning view points and hot spring in Hakone

    See Mt Fuji's stunning view points and hot spring in Hakone It's easy to get lost in everything there is to do in Tokyo and to get caught in the big city stress, just remember, like me and my friends did, that there are beautiful mountain ranges just an hour or so out from Tokyo. So we made the decision to get a closer view of Mt Fuji and other highlights in the area. With a pretty small price difference (depending on how many you are) the clear choice were for us to go with our own guide instead of having to run around catching buses and being more limited.
    Taiji is really a great guy who picks you up and drops you off were you live. He is fluent in english which is actually a rare commodity in Japan as per my experience. He drove us around all day and we had great talks about history and Japanese traditions. We got to see beautiful sites, eat a great local lunch and last but not least bath in a refreshing onsen (hot spring). When we got home we were all really happy we went and diversed our travels in and around Tokyo.

  • Batoul Batoul

    Beautiful views of Mt. Fuji 5th station and Lake Kawaguchi

    Beautiful views of Mt. Fuji 5th station and Lake Kawaguchi The best tour ever especially made so thanks to our guide Harada san. He made sure to manage the time well so that we got to visit all the places we wanted and even a couple more that weren’t on the list. He was friendly,accommodating to all our needs and very informative not only about that day’s trip but anything we wanted to know about sightseeing in Japan.That day was the best in all our trip to Japan and we had so much fun . I highly recommend this tour to everyone and I guarantee that you won’t be disappointed. Thanks also to our driver Toshi san who made sure to avoid trafic and take the shortest road to our hotel.

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