Ibaraki Private Tour Guides

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Nobu S.

4.63(81) reviews

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! Nobu

Nobuyuki U.

4.83(36) reviews

Hello, My name is Nobuyuki Usami (call me Sammy), a national licensed guide in English. I was born and grew up in Ichinomiya, seashore of Chiba, the famous place for surfing and real rural area near Tokyo. I really like traveling and have visited so many places not only in Japan also in foreign countries. In addition, I like making a plan for trips so I am glad to assist your stay in Japan. I am familiar with Kanto area including Tokyo, Chiba, Saitama, Kanagawa, Gunma, Tochigi and Ibaraki. Among them especially for the rural area in Chiba my hometown, I can arrange special experiences for you such as a cycling at beautiful rice fields or beachside, surfing experience, cooking sushi or sashimi, special visit to the shrine, etc. And also, my knowledges of transportations around Tokyo and Disney theme parks are confident parts as well. I will arrange your trip as much as you want so please feel free to let me know. I look forward to seeing you soon in Japan!!

Hiroyuki I.

4.50(20) reviews

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!

Rie T.

5.00(12) reviews

Guten Tag, mein Name ist Rie. Nach zweieinhalb Jahren hat Japan seine Isolationspolitik endlich beendet. Liebe meine Gaeste, danke fuers Warten ! Was moechten Sie sehen, wenn Sie nach Japan kommen ? Was moechten Sie wissen ? Was moechten Sie essen ? Sie koennen beruehmte Tempel und Schreine vielleicht mit der App ohne Fuehrer besuchen. Was Sie wirklich brauchen, ist eine Reisefuehrerin, die freundlich und genau erklaeren kann, wie die durchschnittlichen Japaner im Alltag leben. Ich habe 25 Jahre lang an der Uni als Juradozentin gearbeitet und junge Studenten in schwierigem Recht unterrichtet. Ich denke, ich kann Ihre Wuensche erfuellen. Treffen wir uns in Tokio. Bis bald.

Masao O.

5.00(6) reviews

My name is Masao Otsuka. I am a guide interpreter in English. I was an English teacher ,and was a pricipal of Junior and primary school. I like music and spotts, I studied English Education at Colombia University in the U.S. I lived in Guatemala in Central Amarica for 3 years,so I can speak Spanish a little.

Yoshio M.

5.00(4) reviews

Hi! I’m Yoshi. I’m a pure, but a little bit an international, Japanese, living in Yokohama for about half a century. In addition, I used to live in Malaysia for 2 years, U.S.A. for 8 years and Canada for 3 years. I had long been involved in the international trade of U.S., Canadian, Australian and European grains for 40 years, during which I visited more than 40 countries including most of East Asian and South East Asian countries and most of Western European countries. Now I’m a national certified guide-interpreter, working here for the past couple of years. Believe! There is much more vast range of tourist spots and attractions throughout the year in Japan, even in Tokyo and its neighboring area, than “Green Michelin” and “Lonely Planet” offer to the world. Oops! You will surely encounter a new electricity here and there, day and night! It’s really great to be welcoming here those who; - Like to visit famous historic and cultural sites, shrines and temples in Tokyo, Kamakura, Nikko and other local areas, - Love to bask in the natural beauty of Hakone, Mount Fuji and their vicinity, - Have a keen interest in time-honored, culture-rich local cities like Kanazawa, Takayama, Matsumoto, Nagano and unique rural areas like Shirakawa-go and so many others, - Are fascinated in Japanese art and paintings, both traditional and contemporary, including “Ukiyo-e”, wood block printings, - Are aggressive enough to stroll in the sky by a gondola over an active volcano and sulfurous gush! Oh dear! - Are passionate enough to directly touch the atmosphere of live, sometimes violent, “Matsuri”, traditional festivals in downtown, - Wish to experience Japanese traditional, elaborate craftwork, handed down for centuries, - Are enthusiastic about Japanese various pop culture and unique attractions, - Like, or need, to escape from your everyday stress or boredom anyway! Seeing is believing. Sightseeing is feeling through your own five senses! See Naples and Come on in Japan any time! I’m ready here whenever you are.

Kazuharu K.

5.00(4) reviews

Hola y sea bienvenidos a Japón. Soy Kaneda y les invito a compartir con las mejores experiencias en Japón, en especial en Tokio y sus alrededores. Estoy seguro de que mi variedad de vida en los países latinos se podrá ayudar para profundizar su gusto e interés a la cultura y la vida del Japón. Hello and welcome to Japan. I am Kaneda and I invite you to share with the best experiences in Japan, especially in Tokyo and its surroundings. I am sure that my variety of life in Latin countries could be helpful to deepen your taste and interest in the culture and life of Japan. Olá e bem-vindo ao Japão. Eu sou Kaneda e eu convido você a compartilhar com as melhores experiências do Japão, especialmente em Tóquio e seus arredores. Tenho certeza de que minha variedade de vida em países latinos pode ser ajudada a aprofundar seu gosto e interesse pela cultura e pela vida do Japão.

Daisuke I.

5.00(4) reviews

I have been in Tokyo(downtown side) since I was born. For three years I have traveled in 57 countries and worked in Bolivia for a year. When I traveled in Maya's ruin, I was really impressed that my guide told me not only the information about the ruin but also how to live in Guatemala, how to earn and the political problem etc... A guide is a diplomatic entrance to the country, I think. From this experience, I would like to give you what I have to every customer. Having been worked as an elementary school teacher in Japan, though I know the educational issue as a strong point, now I work as a tour-conductor traveling around Tokyo area. I used to hike around the world, of course in Japan. Northern Japan Alpes, Southern Japan Alpes, Yatsugatake mountain range and Mt.Fuji. The highest one for me is Mount Cotopaxi in Ecuador with 5892m. Another strong point is that I can hike with you. Let us make unforgettable and precious moment during the tour! ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Tengo experiencia que he trabajado en Bolivia como un maestro de primaria. Hablo español y tengo Diploma de Español como Lengua Extranjera Nevel B1. Cuando viajé unos países en Latinoamérica, me impresionó su amabilidad de la gente local. Muchas veces estaba en apuros pero siempre los desconocidos me ayudaron. Además una guía profesional en una ruina de Guatemala me daban las informaciones no solo de la ruina también de la vida cotidiana. La experiencia me conduce a lo que querría hacer ahora. ¡Ojalá sea yo un guía quién les doy información que los clientes quieren! Ahora vivo en Tokio como un acompañante de autobus quién trabajo en los alrededores de Tokio. Cada día les llevo los clientes japoneses a los lugares turisticos a lo largo de la lista de recorrido. Monte Fuji, el mercado de pescado de Toyosu, Kamakura etc... Como un guía turistico, podría hacer un recorrido ajustando a su desea. También tengo experiencias del senderismo en Japón y en algunos países. El Cotopaxi de Ecuador es una montaña mas alta para mí con 5897m de la altura. Cada vez que tengo una vacación, suelo subir las montañas bajas y altas de Japón. ¡Hagamos una experiencia maravillosa durante este recorrido!

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