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  • Christopher Christopher

    Practice Kendo, a Genuine Samurai experience in Tokyo

    Practice Kendo, a Genuine Samurai experience in Tokyo Nagamatsu Sensei is an excellent teacher. He explains very clearly in English and makes the session very fun. Really inspires me to pursue Kendo further. Highly recommended!

  • Nitya Nitya

    20% OFF Become a Lolita in Harajuku

    20% OFF Become a Lolita in Harajuku It was a very different experience, but Japan has a lot of crazy thing to offer this being my favorite. When in Japan this is a must try.

  • Julia Julia

    Experience a tea ceremony or wearing kimono at Bonsai Museum

    Experience a tea ceremony or wearing kimono at Bonsai Museum Thank you to Kazuko !
    Kazuko is really kind, she speaks very well English and explain each steps of the tea ceremony. In addition, the environnment and the atmosphere are really beautiful. I recommend this experience.

  • Greg Greg

    20% OFF Sumo Training Experience in Tokyo

    20% OFF Sumo Training Experience in Tokyo This was a truly great experience. It was very we’ll run and everyone (including the sumo) was very friendly and joyful. For me it is a once in a life time chance to try a genuine and unique training session and appreciate the skill required to make it as a sumo. Thanks again!!!

  • Lauren Lauren

    Nagaoka Festival Bus Tour with Bath—Optional Yukata Rental

    Nagaoka Festival Bus Tour with Bath—Optional Yukata Rental What an amazing experience! This is very much aimed at Japanese people with little to no English spoken by the tour guides/event itself BUT not to be missed if you have the opportunity. I have never seen anything like this amazing display of fireworks anywhere in the world and we felt very privileged to be a part of the festivities.

    Everyone was so welcoming, helpful and inclusive even though the language barrier was more prominent then any other time during our trip. We did ended up doing our own research on the history of the festival and even translated a website with the event run down. It was so easy to get swept away in the story telling, music and of course amazing fireworks! 100% would go again!