Hi Pokémon trainers! Do you want to go on an adventure visiting some of the most beautiful places in Tokyo while at the same time becoming the very be...
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Meiji Jingu Shrine
Hi Pokémon trainers! Do you want to go on an adventure visiting some of the most beautiful places in Tokyo while at the same time becoming the very best like no one ever was? So do we!
This is a tour created through a collaboration between a game designer and a travel agency. It was designed to be the perfect match between great landmarks in Tokyo and varied locations to catch Pokémon.
Together we will take you for a walk in 4 of the most famous areas in Tokyo and our Japanese tour guide will fill you in (in english) on all the information about the local culture and historical events that took place in those areas. At the same time, you will have the chance to experience the best Tokyo has to offer for Pokémon Go players.
Please enjoy the tour and catch Pokémon in Tokyo!
*You need to bring your own portable WI-FI to connect internet.
Transportation fees (you and guide)
WI-FI (Please bring your own internet access)
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The guide was interesting
Triple Lights is a good reliable company. They take things seriously: they are responsible; they help you to arrange guides and vehicles; they are flexible. If for some reasons you need to cancel your pre-booked tour, no problem, they will reimburse all your money with no questions.
Mari was very professional to work with and put together a great day to day itinerary for my clients. She was very efficient and the family had a wonderful experience as she took them around Osaka and Kyoto.
Our guide was so knowledgeable. With a 24, 22, and 12 year old it was hard to find something we could all enjoy but Nikko and Edo Wonderland were perfect. The train ride was about 2 hours but well worth seeing the countryside of Japan. First Nikko, it was snowing (January 2017) but we were dressed for it. They were in the process of refinishing everything at the shrine for the 2020 Olympics but 1/4 of them were done, it is going to be beautiful. Nestled in the woods it was amazing. Because we added Edo Wonderland, we didn't have a lot of time there...you could easily do 3/4 of a day, spend the night in the quaint town and do Edo the next day. Off to Edo Wonderland. It is a cultural village taking you back in time when Edo was alive and thriving. Actors in costume and character all throughout the village, shops with artifacts and crafts to participate in, even a parade of Geisha. We even say a ninja show and my son dressed up, at the beginning, in traditional clothing from this time period to wear for the day. It was REALLY cold because you are in the country and it was January but there were plenty of info things to do, again, it closed early because of winter, would love to go again in the summer or warmer weather. I think this tour should only be Nikko though, that time of year, as it is the most beautiful and should include lunch in the town (would have loved to shop around, visit the oldest hotel there).