Tokyo Special Walking Tour (Tour code: tt512p)


Tour feature

This tour has four places to go in a slower pace. From Tokyo's newly developed areas to the most popular 90-year-old Shinto shrine, the tour shows eclectic Tokyo collections.

Visiting Spots
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" in an astonishingly quite forest in the heart of Tokyo. It enshrines the Meiji Emperor.

Price: 30,000yen
(includes tax, per group up to six guests) *Please ask us for a special discount for a solo traveler.

Dates: Mon. thru San.

Time: 9:30 - 17:30

Itinerary:
-9:30 Meet at a hotel (or a station)
-Tsukiji Fish Market
-Odaiba: Diver City Odaiba, Aqua City
-12:30 Lunch time in Odaiba (Lunch is not included in the tour, we help you find a restaurant according to your taste.)
-Aomi: Megaweb, Venus Fort
-Omote sando
-Meiji Jingu Shrine
-17:30 Disband

*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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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
Odaiba
Odaiba is a large artificial island in Tokyo Bay, across the Rainbow Bridge from central Tokyo. It was initially built for a defensive purpose in the mid 19s century, but in the 20th century it was first redeveloped as a seaport district, and then as a major commercial, residential and entertainment district. You will definitely be absorbed in Diver City Tokyo Plaza, Aqua City, Dex Tokyo Beach, Venus fort, Megawab, etc...
Odaiba
Omotesando
The name Omotesando roughly means "approach way to the shrine," as it used to be the main road leading to the Meiji Shrine. So-called "les Champs-Elysees of Tokyo", Omotesando is lined with shady old zelkova trees, or keyaki. It is also known as a museum of modern architectures for a number of buildings designed by renowned architects. On your left is Omotesando hills, a shopping mall featuring high fashion. This building was designed by Tadao Ando, one of the famous Japanese architect.
Omotesando
Meiji Jingu shrine
Meiji Jingu Shrine is the Shinto shrine dedicated to the divine souls of Emperor Meiji and his consort, Empress Shoken. After their demise, people wished to commemorate the virtues and to venerate them forever, and therefore this shrine was constructed in 1920. The shrine ground is about 173acres and are covered by an evergreen forest of 120,000 trees of 365 different species, which were donated by people from all parts of Japan when the shrine was established. Meiji Emperor is highly regarded as the father of modernization.
Meiji Jingu
   
Tokyo Special Walking Tour (Tour code: tt32c)
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