The Meiji Jingu is a symbolic shrine among Japanese. In only 3 days during New Year period, over 3 million people visit this shrine. Why is it so popuar?
This is because Meiji Emperor and Empress were enshrined here and they were renowned for transforming Japan from an isolated feudal country into a modern world.
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At your hotel in Tokyo
Surrounded by evergreen trees, you will feel great nature close by despite being at the heart of busy Tokyo city.
You will realize why so many people visit this place.
At your hotel in tokyo
This shrine makes you feel relax, comfortable and purified by just walking on the path covered specially with tiny little pebbles.
You will be able to understand in detail of Japanese history, culture and custom.
If you are lucky , you may have a chance to see the Japanese wedding ceremony.
Out of this shrine you meet "Harajuku", a place with unique shopping streets, offering great fashionable clothes especially for young people.
Also, "Omotesandou" is like a Tokyo version of " L'A Venue des Champs-Elyses" where many famous branded shops such as Louis Vuitton, Prada and Dior
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Such a lovely experience with dear Kimiko. She showed up early every day and stayed with me through everything my heart had desired to see and experience. She did much homework on her own after listening to my general wishes for this Japanese experience. I recommend her highly and again want to thank her for making my Tokyo experience MAGICAL. ANNE
Dear Anne, Thank you very much for your comment. You're a charming and cheerful person. I was happy with you. Thank you again for coming to Japan, visiting Tokyo, and for choosing me for a guide. Your travel continues more. I hope you enjoy the whole day of staying in Japan. Best regards, Kimiko
Kimiko was very knowledgeable and gave us history of all the things she showed us.
Dear Candice & your husband, Thank you for spending with me. I also enjoyed the time. How was the hot spring? Did you have a good memory about Odawara Castle and Lake Ashi? You'll continue your trip around Osaka & Kyoto. I wish you have a lot of pleasant memories in Japan. Kimiko
Kimiko is a very pleasant person who gives wonderful insights into the Japanese culture and fascinating knowledge on all the historical sights. She had made an extra effort to prepare in advance and gave us a very cute memento as a parting gift. It was an absolute pleasure being shown around Tokyo by her. We can heartily recommend her services.
Dear Kalsom, Thank you very much for your comment! Your hand writing letter is decorating on my desk. The sentences you wrote cheer me up every time I wish for you and your husband to have nice days. Best regards, Kimiko
Kimiko is very informative, helpful, patient and accommodative. She goes out of the way to Ensure we have an enjoyable trip. She also shares a lot of information about the culture and explains why things are the way they are eg. why do Japanese wear face masks during spring. Highly recommend kimiko as a guide!
Dear Nikki, Thanks for you and your son, spending with me joyful time. That day reminded me of the happy days I had spent in Singapore. And your words have greatly encouraged me. Thanks for very much. I wish you and your family 'll be happy from now on. Best regard, Kimiko