Custom Walking Tour


Tour feature

You can freely pick up the sites you'd like to visit from some of our tours. Unlisted destinations are also welcomed.
We will give you a professional advice in creating your tour, let us hear your requests first.

Visiting Spots (Four to five spots will make an comfortable 1-day walking.)
Asakusa; Old downtown district with historic Sensoji temple and Nakamise traditional Shopping arcade.
Akihabara; Japan's pop culture center and a row of electric stores.
Ginza
; The most prestigious shopping districts.
Imperial place; The residence for the Emperor, the symbol of the unity of the Japanese.
Shinjuku
; Aesthetically pleasing Shinjuku Gyoen Park, intriguing Golden gai streets, flamboyant Kabuki-cho.
Nakano Broadway; A 4-floor shopping mall featuring Pop culture products.
Harajuku; a busy Takesita St. filled with teenagers in lolita fashion.
Akihabara
; Japan's pop culture center, and a row of electric collections, or maid cafe experience upon your request.
Ameyoko market
; long market streets that used to be a black market after WW2.
Ueno
; A friendly shopping district and the cozy Ueno park studded with museums.
Tsukiji Fish Market; Renowned world's largest fish market with breeze from Tokyo port.
Odaiba
; Amusement complexes located in reclaimed land through handsome Rainbow bridge.
Omote sando
; The most fashionable street lined with distinctive buildings and old zelkova trees.
Meiji Jingu Shrine; One of the popular "Power spots" that has astonishingly quite forest in the heart of Tokyo. It enshrines the Meiji Emperor.

We can also arrange:
Visit Tokyo Nature, Night Tour, Izakaya (Japanese style bar) tour according to your interest.

Although we do not have a cultural experience like the tea ceremony, flower arrangement, calligraphy, Ninja, Samurai, and other traditional activities, we are pleased to introduce such professional services and include them into your custom tour.

Price:
Half day: 18,000 yen
Full day: 35,000 yen
(includes tax, per group up to six guests) *Please ask us for a special discount for a solo traveler.

Dates: Mon. thru Fri.

Duration:
Half day: 4 hours (9:30 - 13:30, 13:30 - 17:30)
Full day: 8 hours (9:30 - 17:30)

Itinerary:
-9:30 or 13:30 Meet at a hotel (or a station)
-Visit sightseeing spots you have chosen.
-17:30 (13:30 for Half-day tour) Disband at a hotel

*The price does not include public transportation (about 1500 - 2000yen per person), meals, admission fees, and insurance.
*You can add and subtract destinations depending on your interests and schedule.
*If you would like the guide to join you for lunch, please cover lunch expenses for the guide.
*The Itinerary is subject to modification due to unforeseen circumstances.

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Asakusa
The core of the old city, Asakusa is few of Tokyo's most traditional towns from the Edo period(1603-1867). It has several shopping streets that offer traditional Japanese goods like "Geta" (Wooden clogs), Yukata (light cotton robe), Furoshiki (rapping cloth), etc. Also, Sensoji temple, built in the begging of seventh century, Handshaking (amusement arcade) have long attracted millions of tourists every year. You will learn the meaning of five-story pagoda and straw sandals.

Sensoji temple
Harajuku
With plenty of stores selling teenager's fashion, cute and weird things, and so much more! The crazy fashion still exists here at the 350M long Takesita Dori(street), enthralling a wanna-be witch in Gothic Lolita fashion. You would see the most astonishing outfits like costumes, and it really personified the energetic, unique aspect of Tokyo. Omotesando street also gives you attractions with a "museum of buildings" which are designed by renowned architects.
Harajuku
Akihabara
Akihabara is known as Electric town, and is also called Japan's pop culture center. Akihabara is a bit different from other shopping districts; the town has more specialty stores that cater to enthusiastic fans. The fans include audio fans, PC fans, animation fans, comic fans, comic character fans, video games fans.
Now the pop culture stores are more dominant than electrical stores. Still this is one of the best places to buy electrical appliances, especially PC parts and related gadgets.
Akihabara
Tsukiji(Fish market)
If cacophony doubles, they create harmony. So look in my eyes. Buyer's shouting, tremendous aroma of fish and frantic turret trucks together with the weird and wonderful seafood from all over the world turned out to be only mesmerizing. The market sells over 400 different types of seafood from itty-bitty sardines to 300kg tuna, from cheap seaweed to the most luxurious and expensive caviar. It's just fascinating, exciting and amazing. Most stores close before 11:00am.
Tsukiji fish market
Shinjuku
"Shinjuku has everything." so said the visiting tourists. The entire city - including underground - is filled with shops, restaurants, bars, clubs....you name it! After absorbing the unique culture of bustling Kabukicho, take a rest at Shinjuku Gyoen Park and traditional Japanese style garden will ease your tiring mind. Shinjuku is often called "the town that never sleep" as the dazzling neon signs creates a wonderful nightscape.
Shinjuku
Ueno
Ueno is one of the best places in Tokyo to wonder around. After the long street of Ameyoko, you can take a rest at pleasant and beautiful Ueno Park. The park contains outstanding museums including National Museum. Or if you make a little side trip to "Shitamachi" area, you would feel traditional atmosphere with old shrines, temples and shops. The Ueno park is famous as the site for cherry-blossom viewing (Hanami) in April.
Ueno
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