You have your own interest according to the group members (a couple, friends, a family, a family with a small kids etc.)
and experience (the first time in Tokyo, or visited before).
Let me customize the tour for answering to your request.
I listed main destinations for your reference as follows.
You can visit 3~5 destinations.
Check out what we are going to do.
Feel free to personalize this offer.
At your hotel
Asakusa: Sensoji temple, Asakusa shrine, Nakamise shopping street, the gate of thunder, the main hall etc.
Shibuya: Shibuya-Crossing, a stature of dog Hachi
Harajuku: Takeshita street, Omotesando street , Kiddy land
Meiji Shrine: Shinto Shrine, built in 1920 to dedicate to the spirit of Emperor Meiji and his consort Empress Meiji.
Imperial Palace : The residence of Emperor and Empress. It used be a Edo Castle during the Edo Era.
Akihabara : Sub culture town with many shops for games, figures, Maid-Cafes. etc.
Yanaka: Old down town area with an air of nostalgia and a rustic charm
Nippori Fabric Town: Tokyo's DIY clothing haven. many shops selling various kind of fabrics for wholesale price.
Odaiba : the stature of liberty, Gundam robot , Venus fort, Toyota showcase, (Mori digital art museum /I guide you to the entrance)
Tokyo Sky Tree: Soramachi shopping building (Pokemon center), Sky Tree Tower
Japanese garden: One of the gardens from Hamarikyu garden, Happoen garden, Shinjuku gyoen, Koishikawa garden.
Tsukiji Outer Market:
Ginza: Tokyo's most famous upmarket shopping area. the biggest toy shop, Kabuki theater, Nissan car gallery, Ginza Six etc
at your hotel or at the last spot of the tour
* Sample Tour:
9:00 meet at your hotel. But the meeting time is changeable on your request.
* Tsukiji Outer Market:
Tsukiji Outer market The most popular sightseeing spot in Tokyo.
The outer market consists of small retail shops and restaurants in narrow lanes.
You can enjoy watching and eating various interesting foods of Japan.
One of my recommendation is a Cooking knife.
Above all, Tsukiji is the best place to eat SUSHI.
Visit the top floor of the information center building and look down the overview of Asakusa town.
The gate of thunder (the front entrance of the Sensoji temple, the symbol of Asakusa town).
Nakamise shopping street (hustle and bustle interesting street, it’s a fun to experience delicious Japanese sweets….Taiyaki, Curry bread, Dumpling etc.),
The middle gate, the purification font, a written oracle (Omikuji), the five storied Pagoda.
The main building of Sensouji temple, Asakusa shrine,
Big scramble-Crossing, take a photo with a stature of Hachi (dog), visit the food floor of the department store.
(Sometimes you can experience Japanese Sake testing... free of charge)
the Meiji shrine
Takeshita street (a famous mecca of Japanese Kawaii fashion ) , Kiidy Land in Omotesando street.
(options if you'd like : Kawaii Monster Cafe, 3 demensions la tea Art Cafe)
16:00 End of the tour.
I'll escort you back to your hotel or I finish the tour at the station near the last spot.
In this case, I'll give you the detailed instruction how to return to your hotel by yourselves.
hotel pick up fee (in Tokyo)
Transportation fee for you and a guide
Your lunch and drink
Admission fee if any
* Pick-up fee for the hotels outside of Tokyo 23 wards.
We can visit 4 destinations during the tour.
But it depends on the location of your hotel and tour destinations, generally we visit (4~5) destinations.
Free Hotel Pick-up service is only in Tokyo metropolitan area (23 wards)
Hotels in Outside of Tokyo: Pick-up service is available for 2,000 yen.
Shizuko was great with me and my family. We had 2 kids on the tour and she accommodated all of our special requests to ensure we had an awesome time. The highlights were how she came prepared with great facts and details and how she interacted with my kids, they are 12 and 9. She is top notch and if we ever come back and need a guide we will definitely use her again. I highly recommend her services.
Dear Olivia, Thank you very much for your wonderful review for me. I really appreciated it. I’m so glad to hear that you enjoyed the tour with me. I was so happy to see that your children could get their favorite toys at the Kiddy Land. And it was fun to talk and share time with your mother, too. Thank you again for having me as your guide this time. Please give my best regards to your husband, mother and lovely two children. I hope you enjoy the rest of your days in Japan and see your again someday in the future. Shizuko
We enjoyed a wonderful day with Shizuko inspite of the rainy day, she changed our tour because of the rain for other fun things to do & to see some other great site's which turned out to be a great day of enjoying Tokyo, Thankyou Shizuko for helping our tour with you being Fantasic for us 4 Aussies, Allan, Annette, Judy & David
Dear Allan, Annette, Judy and David, Thank you very much for sending me such a wonderful and warm review. Your kind review really encouraged me. And I’m so glad to know that you were satisfied with the tour with me. Because it was too heavy rain to take a waterbus and we had to change some parts of the original plan. I appreciate for having me as your guide. I hope you had enjoyed other districts in Japan, too. If I have a chance to see you again in the future, it would be great. Thank you very much again, Allan, Annette, Judy and David! Shizuko
Suzuko was our guide for two days in Tokyo. It was easy to work with her prior to our visit to develop a plan that efficiently fit in all of our wish list sights. Most importantly, she was a delight to be with—her English was perfect, she was extremely knowledgeable, was flexible when we wanted to linger or move along and quickly picked up on our interests so she could adjust the pacing and focus on information that she thought we would find interesting. She went above and beyond!!! When she met us for the second day of touring she came with tons of information for the rest of our stay. She wrote out instructions for the taxi driver to get us to the correct entrance to the Tokyo station for our bullet train, wrote out subway directions to get us there, drew a map of the relevant area of Tokyo station so we could find the office we needed to redeem our vouchers, wrote out instructions and a map of how to redeem our Suica card and gave us maps and guidebooks for Kyoto. She even texted me with restaurant recommendations while we were in Kyoto. We couldn’t have found a better guide.
Dear Eva, Thank you very much for your warm and kind review. I am so happy to know that you were satisfied with my guiding in Tokyo. Although the second day of the tour was extremely cold like winter, I was glad to complete the tour to the end. I hope you've enjoyed many things in Tokyo including a hot spring bath in Shinjuku. I hope to see you again sometime in the future. Please give my best regard to Alexa. Thank you very much again, Eva.
First time in Japan and as a solo traveler and she helped me ease up on the nerves I've had and made feel more comfortable around Tokyo and the transit system. She is very knowledgeable and friendly and shown me aound from Asakusa to Shibuya on the Yamanote Line and even to Odaiba. We even went to a Maid Cafe in Akihabara, which was the highlight of the tour I would say. Haha. I still find it funny that you shown me the Statue of Liberty for the first time and as an American I never seen the New York version. A Japanese person showing an American the Statue of Liberty. Haha, I'll never forget that. Overall, sad to see the tour is over. Loved you being my guide! Would book again if I could!
Dear Eric, Thank you very much for your wonderful review for me. I’m so glad to know that you enjoyed and were satisfied with the tour with me. I myself enjoyed the touring you and had a nice experience at Maid Café especially. It was so lucky for us to enjoy their pretty dancing and singing at the stage. I had also funny feeling to guide you (an American) the Statue of Livery in JAPAN. You have a lot of plans to do in Japan, I hope my guiding will help you to get around by yourself easily all over Japan. I hope you'll enjoy the rest of your days in Japan to the fullest. If I could have a chance to guide you again, it would be great. Thank you again. Shizuko