Things to do 60 Ginza Tours & Activities

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Results 1 - 36 of 60 Experiences

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Results 1 - 36 of 60 Experiences

  • Stephen Stephen

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  • Amanda Amanda

    10% OFF Try the Japanese entertainment “Pachinko” in Tokyo!

    10% OFF Try the Japanese entertainment “Pachinko” in Tokyo! Second time doing this and it's still a great activity! First time I was on my own. This time I went with my family, as I knew they'd love it. The host recognized me from my first visit and was happy to see me again. This is a perfect activity for people interested in more modern Japanese culture and who enjoy games of chance. It was a great way to spend the day.

  • Yasemin Yasemin

    Reservation for Alice's Cafes in Tokyo, Osaka and Nagoya

    Reservation for Alice's Cafes in Tokyo, Osaka and Nagoya You pay 6 quid per person for absolutely NOTHING! Go book on the restaurant’s website yourself. Do not waste your money on Voyagin.

  • Melissa Melissa

    Customize and Enjoy a Private Half-day Tour in Tokyo!

    Customize and Enjoy a Private Half-day Tour in Tokyo! My husband, baby, and I had a fantastic time touring with Chika-san in Yakata and Ueno area. She was very kind, flexible, and knowledgeable about many topics! We visited Nezu Shrine, Yanaka Cemetery, and Ueno Park. We also got to stop by two amazimg stationary shops, a sweets shop, and had coffee at the park. She listened closely to my requests and made the perfect plan for us. We even had a great conversation about literature! Even though we were traveling with our infant, Chika made the tour enjoyable for all of us and was very helpful and kind. We had a great tour and hope to tour again with her in the future!

  • Tan Tan

    Restaurant Reservation Service in Tokyo

    Restaurant Reservation Service in Tokyo Such a great lunch full of surprise at Sushi Morita. The 82 years old head chef Mr. Morita Nobuo is serving us impressive and unique Kyushu Mae Sushi (九州前寿司).

    Using the ingredients from Kyushu, every piece of sushi the chef will squeeze Kabosu (Japanese citrus カボス) juice on top to make the taste fresh. The chef good at using different combinations of ingredients to make sushi creative. Such as sea urchin and flying fish roe on squid sushi, abalone sushi with abalone liver on top.

    As a foreign customer, you won't feel uncomfortable, the atmosphere is relax and the chef is a very kind person. If you don't understand what kind of sushi you eat, the chef will ask his wife to show you a card with the ingredient's name writen by English, Japanese and Kanji (漢字).

    Lunch time the restaurant offers 8,000 yen or 10,000 yen Omakase (Chef's choice set), i choose 10,000 yen set which including 20 pieces of sushi. After all, i ordered 2 more pieces per person, end up the total price is 24,330 yen. Good price with outstanding quality.

    Worth to try and i will thinking of come back again.

  • Jeremy Jeremy

    Enjoy Japanese Dishes with Locals at an Izakaya in Tokyo!

    Enjoy Japanese Dishes with Locals at an Izakaya in Tokyo! This was the best experience we had while in Japan and I would suggest that everyone do this upon arrival to learn their customs and interact with locals who are more than eager to provide advice.

    My cousin, a friend, and I visited Tokyo for a few days to celebrate my birthday. We arrived on my birthday and met up with our guide, Kei, and his friends who took us to an amazing restaurant that we definitely would not have found ourselves. The entire experience from booking to meeting up with our guide was seamless. Kei was the man! He went above and beyond and even took us to a Shrine festival on his day off from work. I travel the world a lot and my recommendation is:
    DO THIS!

  • Connor Connor

    Enjoy an Elegant Tea Ceremony Experience in Ginza, Tokyo

    Enjoy an Elegant Tea Ceremony Experience in Ginza, Tokyo Such a beautiful, peaceful, and delicious ceremony! I highly recommend this to any traveler who wants to learn and experience but not sit for hours on end. You must go!!!