Less than an hour
Hi! My name is Masako.
I live close to Gokokuji Temple in Tokyo, which was built around 340 years ago.
I'm a certified tour guide, Sushi & Flower Arrangement instructor.
I have a license of Traditional Japanese Flower Arrangement.
I'm teaching foreign tourists how to make Sushi and how to arrange flowers at my house.
I think I'm a cheerful kind of person.
I'd like to make your travel enjoyable during staying in Japan.
I promise you can get unforgettable memories through my programs.
Please contact me as soon as possible if you like!
I'll be looking forward to seeing you and spending wonderful time with you.
See you soon!
Masako is nice pleasant person to work, we like our time while in Tokyo.
Hi Sheharyar, thank you for your review. We didn't have much time in Tokyo. I wish I could have. Did you enjoy Japan a lot? We expect you come to Japan again some other day.
Masako was so lovely. She organised a tour for us on very short notice. Introducing us to the very complicated Tokyo subways. Her English is very good and she is a happy and generous guide. We visited Shibuyu Scamble, Tokyo Skytree, the Imperial Palace East gardens were unfortunately closed but she showed us to the gates and lovely photo spot. Then we went to the Ginza district for lunch before a highlight Diabo waterfront, a place we didn’t know about but was a fantastic spot. We had a wonderful day thank you Masako.
This is truly a wonderful experience, I feel that I can host a Sushi party when I get home. Masako is an excellent teacher!
Thank you for a good review. I hope my Sushi making class is helpful for your family life.
We had such an incredible, delightful, and delicious day making sushi in Masako’s home. Thank you Masako for making memories with us to last a lifetime. The sushi was amazing and fresh. Now we can make our own at home and remember our training from Masako. I would recommend this to everyone!!!
Thank you for a good review ! I'm so happy you liked my Sushi making program working together. Please remember it as long as possible. Have a good time in Japan !