This is standard but also one of the most ultimate sight-seeing tours in Tokyo.
A well-experience tour guide takes you to must-see tourist attractions using public transportation. You will definitely enjoy both past and future experiences of Tokyo!
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At your hotel in Tokyo
8:30 am: Meet you at your hotel in Tokyo
9:00 am: Imperial Palace (East Gardens or Niju-bashi double bridge)
10:30 am: Ueno Park & Ameya-Yokocho open-air market
12:00 pm: Asakusa (Sensoji Temple, Nakamise-dori stalls, Kaminari-mon)
1:00 pm: Lunch (Japanese or Western cuisine as you wish)
2:30 pm: Meiji-Jingu Shrine & Harajuku or Omote-sando Shopping Town
4:30 pm: Shibuya (Scramble Crossing, Faithful dog Hachiko Statue)
5:30 pm: End of tour at your hotel in Tokyo
At your hotel in Tokyo
Located on the former site of Edo Castle, surrounded by moats and massive stone walls in the center of Tokyo.
is the first national park in japan and ahs 132 acres. Established in 1873 and is celebrated in spring its cherry blossoms viewing.
so called Ameyoko. One of the busiest market streets in Tokyo and various products such as clothes, bags, cosmetics, fresh fish, dried food and so on.
One of Tokyo’s Principal tourist destinations with its bustling temple complex.
You feel the mood of the Edo era by which lined with old-established shops.
[The Meiji Jingu Shrine]
At this Shinto Shrine, the souls of Emperor Meiji and Empress Shoken are enshrined. Constructed in 1920. The forest surrounding it was created thanks to the donation of 100,000 trees by the Japanese people.
A well-famous outer fashion bazaar on Takeshita-dori street.
[Omote-sando shopping town]
The grand street that was constructed as the approach to the Meiji Jingu Shrine. The street is lined with zelkova trees and refined shops on both sides.
[Shibuya Scramble Crossing]
One of the Tokyo’ most famous sights and is an organized chaos as people spill out from the sidewalk from all sides.
guide fee, hotel pick-up in Tokyo
transportation fee (you and guide) around 1,000/person, lunch
Max Service Capacity: 5 people
East garden of Imperial Palace closed Mon. & Fri. year-round
(you can visit Niju-bashi double bridge accordingly)
It is better idea to carry some cash, because some small shops don't take credit card.