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  • Leandra Leandra

    Rent a Go-Kart and ride around Akihabara Tokyo!

    Rent a Go-Kart and ride around Akihabara Tokyo! Great time driving the streets of Tokyo dressed as a character. Felt like a celebrity. Our guide provided us with good instructions and I felt safe. Very exciting experience. Fun fun fun!

  • Nicholas Nicholas

    Rent a Go-Kart and ride around Akihabara Tokyo!

    Rent a Go-Kart and ride around Akihabara Tokyo! This is a must do when visiting Japan, we did the 2 hour session but could of early done longer

  • Benjamin Benjamin

    Akihabara Tour with Your Own Personal Maid!

    Akihabara Tour with Your Own Personal Maid! Had a really great guide, who was able to have a solid discussion about what we were seeing and what it meant about modern Japanese culture.

  • Kai Kai

    Rent a Go-Kart and ride around Akihabara Tokyo!

    Rent a Go-Kart and ride around Akihabara Tokyo! We were notified in the morning that our booking for the Go-Kart for that day at Osaka was cancelled due to bad weather. It was a little last minute booking so the one based in Roppongi, Tokyo was already full. We decided to go for the one based in Harajuku. It was only myself and my partner but it was fun nevertheless! We opted for a guide and he helped to take photos for us on the way. Have yet to receive the photos but it was a great experience! Would recommend this to anyone with license and would love to do it again during my next trip!

  • Jason Jason

    A Deep Akihabara Tour

    A Deep Akihabara Tour My girlfriend and I were quite overwhelmed when we first entered Akihabara, as there were so many places to explore, very few of which were clearly labeled. Fortunately, Gamme was there to help us! She took us to many places where rare figurines, retro video games, and other interesting collectibles were located, as well as a maid cafe (where we had fun, though the food could have been better).

    Overall, I would highly recommend this tour, especially to newcomers to Japan, as Akihabara can be quite overwhelming if you cannot read Japanese.