Visiting sea-side area. You can see the Sapporo Brewery Chiba Factory and taste glasses of draft beer, visit the former Antarctic research vessel "Shirase" and finally, enjoy Genghis Khan Mongolian Mutton Barbecue.
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At your hotel (inside 23 wards area of Tokyo)
The Sapporo Brewery Chiba Factory
Former Antarctic research vessel
Sapporo beer garden (inside the Sapporo Brewery Chiba Factory)
JR Tsudanuma Station or Tokyo Station
1. Stepping inside of the Antarctic Research. You can see the facilities and real life of Antarctic researchers.
2. Walking into the hearts of the brewery and finding out how their beer become delicious.
3. Tasting a couple of glass of beer for each.
4. A beer glass only you can get there
5. Enjoying Genghis Khan Mongolian BBQ
guide fee, hotel pick-up in Tokyo 23 wards area, 2 glasses of beer, a souvenir (a beer glass)
admission fee (you and guide) transportation fee (you and guide)
(*)Admission fee costs 1,000 yen for each to enter the facility of Sapporo Beer Factory
(*)Transportation fee costs 940 yen for round trip from Tokyo to Tsudanuma, 1280 yen from Ginza. From Tsudanuma to the factory, free shuttle bus is available.
1. We need to book for the factory and the vessel beforehand. So could you request the date to me. I'll book the visiting on behalf of you. After I let you know the reservation is made, could you book me via the form of Triplelights?
2. Admission fee for the factory costs 1,000 Yen for each is not included in this tour. Please pay by cash there on the day for you and guide.
3. A fee for Genghis Khan Mongolian BBQ is not included in this tour. Could you pay there for it (you can also skip this activity)
4. The factory is not open on Mondays, so you can't book for Mondays.
He was very nice and patient with us. It was a great experience touring around Tokyo with Tak.
Dear Myca. Thank you for the great day with you and the beautiful girl. It was quite a busy day, but I'm happy to spend time with your family. I hope you could have a great memory. See you again. Tak
Tak is a wonderful guide, he is very professional, nice and patient. Thank you dear Tak, for the two wonderful days in Tokyo. Nadya&co
Dear Nady. Thank you for the joyful days. I still remember the smiling faces of the 2 families. In particular, I feel really happy a couple of mamas looked enjoying. I know your travel in Japan has a long way after this. If you have trouble, let me know. I think I can assist by sending you some information. I say again, thank you so much. Please good to the dads, the boys, the mom, and the girl. Tak
Tak was a very good guide. He took us on a a very varied tour of parts of Tokyo that we would not have sought since they are not typically the top things to see in Tokyo but were well worth it, especially with the explanations provided. He catered to a family with ages ranging from 13 to 79 and made it interesting for all. Thanks Tak!
Hi, Simon. Thank you for the day. That was the day I never forget. Everything went moderately and warm under the spring sunlight (actually, day after day, cold days after the day). I am happy if you enjoy Tsukiji, Hama-Rikyu Garden, and Asakusa. You must make great memories in Kanazawa, Kyoto, and Matsuyama, also. Wish you could see beautiful cherry blossoms there. If you have an opportunity to visit Japan again, let me know. I say thank you one more time. Tak
Tak makes you feel like family right from the first meeting with his preparation of a traditional Japanese candy gift. He arrived an hour earlier than scheduled on Day 1 and did not mind giving us a head start. We booked him for 10 hours for Day 1 & 2 and a half day on Day 3. He never once counted the start or end time so we really appreciated his flexibility. He understood that our goal was to go to as many attractions as possible and helped us prioritize making sure that we made it to our top attractions. He even checked out an unpopular hidden river valley for us (per our Google search) and went there to check it out for the first time a few days before our arrival - so that he could best accompany when we go there. We were very touched by Tak’s thoughtfulness and overall hospitality taking us from train station to station, stop to stop, and block to block. He is extremely patient with all of the all-day walking that we did. I was first impressed when he sent me his carefully thought out plans prior to our arrival; he had mapped out our 10-20 attractions list by the minute: parks, museums, shopping areas, fish market, baseball game, toy stores, shrines & temples, boat tour, etc. Tak is well spoken in English and though he has a Japanese accent, we had no problem communicating to him nor understanding him. We did make some quick changes to our itinerary with a pet cafe and the Tokyo Stock Exchange and he was able to adjust the schedule quickly for us. Tak is super organized and efficient not to mention a delight to be with. My husband and I highly recommend him to anyone visiting Japan who wants to save time and focus on making the best out of their trip - with some fun too of course. We appreciated that Tak didn’t bore us with too many details and history; instead he would often stop to ask us if we wanted to lean more. We’ll definitely miss him and highly recommend him to guide Tokyo as a first time visitor or returning but still need some guidance!
Hi, Katiya. Thank you for the super review. It was my relief you and Tim enjoyed the days, even though the rain, the wind, and the homer in the 9th frame (lol) stood in our way. You always showed me what you'd like to do. Then, it wasn't so difficult to find a clue. I love to find a new place to take my guests. At least, you gave me 3 of great experience to collect new sites, the valley, the stock market, and the boat. Thank you for the opportunities, and I hope my collection will be the many like Tim's cars. Wish you could spend great moments in Kyoto, Osaka, Nara, and the flight going back to your home. I say again, thank you so much. I'll be waiting for the time to meet you and Tim again.