US $267.00 Tokyo Bay Water front
There are so many famous sightseeing spots in Tokyo. But if you get bored with too much well know places, shall we go to Tokyo Bay water front ?
1. Unique tram riding
2. Amusement, shopping and lunch seaside complex building
3. Feeling sea breeze and watching seagulls
4. Bay and river cruises
5. Old temple, Asakusa
Upon coming spring and summer, Tokyo Bay area and Sumuda River Cruise will let you feel fresh. Yurikamome tram is fun to ride from Shinbashi to Odaiba. Amusement spots like Madame Tussau wax-made dolls, Lego land, Sega and Gundam robot playland will attractyou. After lunch, a futuristic HIMIKO cruiser takes you to Asakusa area by passing through Tokyo rainbow bridge on the sea. Why don’t we enjoy water front ?
US $293.00 History, Origami, Spirit of Japan in Kuwana
Kuwana is proud of its long history, has its days as the centre of transportation in this area. So you can find many spots reminding you of Japanese traditional streets and architectures, such as shrines, old houses and beautiful garden. From Nagoya to Kuwana, it takes about 20 minutes by train. You can also experience a traditional craft, paper crane folding by using special handmade washi paper and try Japanese drums and gongs for festival. Kuwana is also well known by Kuwana clams shellfish as the top brand.
US $137.00 Fantastic Shinjuku Walking Tour with a Shinjuku Native guide
(1)Shinjuku Skyscraper District including Metropolitan Government Office Building.
From the observation floor (45F) you can enjoy excellent views over all of Tokyo, and on clear days Mt. Fuji to the west.
(2)Walk through the bustling streets, the Kabukicho District and the Golden Gai, small alleys.
In this busy street, the Hanazono Shrine stands. The gold and vermillion interior of inner shrine Is very impressive.
(3)Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden with beautiful ponds, lots trees and flowers are delight to the eyes of visitors.
US $319.00 Nikko Hiking
Main visiting spots
Toshogu Shrine: Mausoleum of the founder of Tokugawa Ieyasu
Tamozawa Imperial Villa Memorial Park
Lake Chuzenjiko : Mt. Nantai (2,486m) beautiful panorama
Kegon Water Fall 97m
Let’s enjoy the World Heritage Shrine and Temples and great nature of forests
lakes and water falls in Nikko. Nikko, a pilgrim town, is located 128km north of
Tokyo where the first Shogun of Edo, is enshrined
US $340.00 Hakone Hiking
Let’s enjoy a panoramic view of Mt. Fuji and lake Ashinoko with its wilder and breathtaking landscape. Hakone, located 90 km from Tokyo, is a popular tourist resort with unsurpassed scenic beauty. A special romance train takes you there from Shinjuku Sta. in 80 minutes.
US $267.00 Pilgrimage to 88 Buddhism Temples in Tokyo
Usually, you need to go to Shikoku Island in the western part of Japan by plane for a pilgrimage to 88 Buddhism temples and it takes so many days. But in a mountain in a rural area of Tokyo, you can experience the pilgrimage in a day trip in the similar way to one in Shikoku Island.
By showing a monk three red stumps, you can get the certification for the pilgrimage with beautiful red and black Chinese characters.
US $306.00 Hakone Day Trip by Public Transportation
This is a typical day trip in Hakone by public transportation.
Some sightseeing sites in Hakone near Tokyo will please you fully.
You can enjoy a ship designed like a Viking one on a lake, then reach to the hot springs and volcanic craters area by riding on a rope-way and finally eat boiled black eggs which are said to let you live seven years longer each.
You can also enjoy historical venues and interesting museums there.
US $397.00 Sankeien (sa-n-ke-i-e-n) Garden in Honmoku, Yokohama
Sankeien Garden in Honmoku, Yokohama, is an open-air museum of traditional Japanese houses owned by the Hara family, a business tycoon of silk trading during Meiji and Taisho era, and was opened to the public in 1906.
We’re touring the garden in three hours.
Key words for the day are silk trading of the time and its influence on Japan today, traditional Japanese houses and their uniqueness, an average family structure of the time and at present, guardian deities of children and travelers, among others. We'll make the tour enjoyable.
US $267.00 Authentic Tea Ceremony Experiences & Traditional Dishes
You can experience a traditional tea ceremony at a traditional tea house that was built in the Meiji era, around a hundred years ago. After that, you walk around a traditional Japanese garden for strolling, and finally have traditional Japanese dishes that are served when a tea ceremony is held.
Usually it is needed to fold your legs under yourself on the tatami-matted floor in a tea house when you take part in a tea ceremony and it might be very hard for foreign tourists, but in here, don’t worry about it, you can experience the ceremony sitting on the chair.
You can stroll in the traditional Japanese garden with different scenery each season, for example, cherry blossoms in spring, fresh green leaves in summer and turned red leaves in autumn.
US $163.00 Visiting Koushoji-temple ･･･relaxing in the quiet temple in the woods.
Koushoji-temple was constructed in 1686, being proud of long history.
You would be impressed by some old buildings, in particular the splendid 30m high five-storied pagoda which is constructed only by wood in 1808.
As soon as you entered the temple precinct, you would be welcomed by the big Buddha statue. At the bell tower you can have a chance to hit a large Buddhist bell. You would enjoy a fresh air, walking around the temple in the woods, so be refreshed and relax to get energy.
US $189.00 Tea expeience and Ueno Park
This tour offers you a unique experience of exquisite Japanese tea. You will learn about the world of Japanese tea while making it, tasting it and even eating tea leaves. This amazing course is held in a cozy tea shop which was designed by Kuma Kengo, the architect who designed the national stadium for the 2020 Olympics.
After the tea experience, the tour visits Ueno Park, a place of relaxation for citizens and the nation’s center of art. The best time to visit is when the cherry blossoms of 1,200 trees are in bloom during late March to early April. In particular, the cherry blossoms spreading widely over the Shinobazu Pond is just stunning!
US $293.00 Discovery of Tokyo by One-Day-Pass
How enormous Tokyo area is! However, with One-Day-Pass train and subway ticket, you can travel a lot of major sightseeing spots quickly and economically. You can enjoy modern and traditional Japan.
This is customer-oriented-trip so you can select spots by your self.
US $332.00 Pray and Play in Northern Side of Kyoto
You can pray in Shrine and play with Maiko girls in northern side of Kyoto. Firstly you get to famous Kitano-Tenmangu Shrine and find history of Kyoto. Afterwards, you can experience Zazen session in Buddhism temple. Also you can take public bath, which is called 'Sento' in Japanese. Lastly, you can play with Maiko girls for about 1hours.
US $332.00 Experience and Understand Japanese Culture and World Cultural Heritage
You will visit Itsukushima Shrine and traditional Buddhism temple. Furthermore, you can experience Japanese culture in this island and traditional way of visiting shrine. On lunch, you can taste local ingredients such like oyster or conger eel.
US $332.00 Poster Gallary Tour in Arashiyama and Experience of Food Culture in Kyoto
You can experience culture of Kyoto with this tour. This tour take you to the north side of Kyoto. Walking in Arashiyama will take you to the quite world of ancient Japan. Touching nature with monkey and tasting traditional Kyoto food will be your memorable moment of your journey.
US $332.00 Gorgeous Perspectives and Experiencing Japanese Culture in south side of Kyoto
You can experience culture of Kyoto with this tour. This tour take you to the south side of Kyoto. Tracing Buddhism images and making tea will make you feel at the center of Japanese culture.
US $185.10 Meiji Shrine and Takeshita Street
In this tour you can see both old and new Tokyo! Meiji Shrine is one of the biggest shrines covered with many trees. Its vast precinct has a serene atmosphere and makes you forget to be
in a big city. Also you’ll be surprised at the 12m long wooden Torii Gate. On weekends you may have chances to see Japanese Kimono clad brides and bridegrooms.
Not far from there, a fashionable area called Omotesando attracts many young people.
They come here to enjoy a modern city life.