During the Edo period, Nihonbashi was the starting point of the Five Roads that connected Tokyo with other areas, a place where a fish market was held, and a town of merchants. Many long-established stores still exist. Let's explore authentic Japanese souvenirs in Nihonbashi. Also, enjoy eating around Ningyocho, which is a performing arts town along with Asakusa and has many long-established gourmet restaurants.
Tokyo Station Nihonbashi Exit In front of Bellmart Kiosk (small convenience store) You can see Starbucks Coffee on the second floor.
During the Edo period, Nihonbashi was the starting point of the Five Roads that connected Tokyo with other areas. Even now we can see the Japanese National Road Marker.
Nihonbashi has been redeveloped, and there are many long-established shops among the many modern commercial facilities. There are also many long-established independent stores in the vicinity. I will guide you to the 2 or 3 stores of your choice including food, stationery, personal items, and daily necessities.
You can purchase SENSU folding fans, Japanese paper stationery, Edo Glass, Dashi soup stock, Japanese knives, and more for example.
Ningyocho is a part of the Nihonbashi area, but it is reminiscent of the Edo period. In this district, you can enjoy street food such as minced meat croquettes, tofu donuts, and fish-shaped pancakes with red bean paste.
Suitengu is a shrine that is often visited by women who are about to give birth. This is an urban-style shrine that was recently rebuilt and docked inside a building.
Anywhere in Ningyocho （Nearest statiom is Ningyocho of Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line and Suitengumae of Tokyo Metro Hanzomon Line）
You can find authentic Japanese-made souvenirs that are unique to Japan.
You can enjoy eating while walking around Ningyocho.
In Ningyocho, you can also visit a unique and time-honored shrine that is said to have blessings for childbirth and is combined with a building.
Transportation fee for your group
Drink and snacks
Regarding daytime tour, I'm basically available on weekends, some Tuesdays and Japanese National Holidays.
Regarding the night tour, I'm available on Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
Each store has its own regular holidays and special holidays, so the store may be closed.
Please wear comfortable shoes.