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Hi, I am Nobu, a national certified tour guide.
My main areas as a guide are Tokyo and its Suburbs including Nikko, Hakone and Mt. Fuji. I can also guide you in Chiba, Ibaraki and Kanagawa.
Many people arrive at Narita Airport, but directly go to Tokyo or other areas.
However, there are many good places to visit near Narita.
I have been living in Chiba for more than 25 years and know about this area including Narita very well. If you arrive at or leave Narita Airport and have a half or full day in Narita, please contact me! I am willing to guide you in this area.
Another area I would like to guide you is Tohoku District, including my hometown, Iwate.
There are also many good places, but most people do not know about this District.
You can easily visit there in 2 hours by Shinkansen (Bullet Train).
If you have got a JR pass, you do not Need to worry about transportation fee.
If you are interested in this District, please contact me. I can help you to make a plan.
I am looking Forward to Meeting you soon in Japan!
Kon-ni-chi-wa. Hello! I'm Kaori, having lived in Tokyo for 20 years since I got married with a photographer. I'm originally from Shizuoka prefecture which has Mt.Fuji, the highest mountain in Japan.
I took 2 working-holiday-visa stays in my younger days. One is in Toronto, Canada, and another is Australia touring by motorcycle. One year respectively.
I love travel both international and domestic, especially by motorcycle. That's why I love helping individual travelers rather than normal package tours, cause I ,myself, love travel freely.
I love nature, trekking, greenery, cycling and food.
I am a national government licensed guide. So I've got deep knowledge of Japanese culture and history. I really enjoy talking about Japanese way of life with people from different cultures. But I'm so flexible that I don't bother if you're not so interested in.
We see only what you want to see, and talk only what you want to talk about. That's my style. All what you want is my choice. If you don't know what to want, I can help you with that.
I'm outgoing,(but organized well), very easy to get along with anybody, including small kids to teenagers.
I can't wait to see you soon!
I do regular tours, but also love local walking. If you're interested in off-the beaten paths, refer to below. I'd love to arrange the mix of major sightseeing spots and local sights, too. Feel free to ask me any arrangements with my tours.
As I am a 61 year old man, born in Tokyo, graduated from a university in Tokyo and worked for a leading paper wholesale company at its headquarters for 35 years, I am an Edokko or a native Tokyoite. I am familiar with various interesting places in Tokyo and the Kanto area such as historic spots, scenic beauty, entertainment, restaurants and so on. Although I basically provide several regular walking tours for visitors from abroad, I am willing to arrange your tour plan in a customized way according to your interest. If I receive your inquiry, I am ready to hear your interest and what you want to experience, and discuss your plan with you in advance.
Let's walk about in or around Tokyo!
Guten Tag ! Ich heisse Rie. Ich bin in Chiba geboren und wohne jetzt in Saitama mit meinem Mann und unserem Shiba Hund, der Ichiroh heisst und neun Jahre alt ist.
Stadt Saitama liegt etwa 30 Km noerdlich von Tokio.
Ich habe an einer katholischen Uni Jura studiert und 25 Jahre lang an einer buddhistischen Uni als Juradozentin gearbeitet. Meine Hobbys sind Kochen, Backen, Reisen und Tai-chi machen. Wenn ich Gaeste aus Deutschland habe, koche ich oft Spaetzle und Sauerbraten. Natuerlich mag ich auch Wein und Bier aus Deutschland.
Als ich an der Uni Vorlesungen gemacht habe, war mein Unterricht sehr beliebt von den Studenten, weil ich immer ueberlegt habe, wie ich komplizierte Theorien den jungen Studenten erklaeren sollte.
Mein jetziger Beruf als Reisefuehrerin gefaellt mir gut. Es gibt viele Aehnlichkeiten mit der Arbeit an der Uni.
Ich habe vieles zu zeigen und zu erklaeren. Und ich ueberlege immer noch, wie und was ich erklaeren sollte.
Japan ist reizvoll. Die japanische Tradition und Geschichte kennenzulernen ist ja interessant. Andererseits ist Japan ein fuehrendes High-Tech Land. Gibt es keinen Konflikt zwischen den beiden ? Wie sind die beiden integriert? Wie lebt man im Alltag? Es ist meine grosse Freude, Ihnen mein Land bekanntmachen zu duerfen.