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 $202.00 Highlight of Harbour City Yokohama―visiting historical monuments and study the development of modern Japan after opening of the country to foreign nations
You will visit the following spots(1 to 4) plus your choice of one out of two options A or B .
1. Hilltop park overlooking the harbor area, visiting also one or two of old foreigner‘s residences. Also a visit to the foreigners’ cemetery.
2. Yokohama Marine Tower(One time world tallest light house; now observation tower)[not climbing; observing from the seaside park opposite the tower]
3. Grand Pier for big vessels with an unique rooftop in the shape of ship-deck .[just overlooking it from the seaside promenade]
4. World famous China Town(Exotic view of streets and innumerable Chinese restaurants)
A. Silk Museum where you can learn all about silk industry which provided No.1 export goods for modern Japan. Also, an excellent exhibition of the history of Japanese kimono costume and coloring techniques of silk textiles[Admission \500 per person] or;
B. Red brick warehouse buildings converted into a market place; plus visit, by a pleasant promenade passage over the water, to an amusement quarter around The Landmark Tower
US $189.00 Visit of an Open-air Museum of Japanese Traditional Houses at IKUTA RYOKUCHI Park
Do you want to study the traditional Japanese houses and people’s life in old times at an open-air museum located in a hilly natural park in the western outskirts of Tokyo, where you can enjoy strolling and a visit to an old castle site?
US $345.00 Nabana-no-Sato lights show and flower garden park
Nabana-no-Sato is famous for great led lights illumination show. Nabana-no-Sato is chosen "Best attraction 2017" by foreign tourists ranking. It is a large oasis where rich nature and various facilities exists in harmony. You can also enjoy seasonal flowers in the vast spread of a flower field, an open-air hot spring and footbath. There are many restaurants and souvenir shops in this park. At night, you would have unforgettable memories in the appreciation of led light show (14th Oct. － 6th May).
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 $306.00 Strolling “Kamakura “
Visiting ancient city “Kamakura 50 km far from Tokyo, you can experience Japanese Shintoism and Buddhism that are the backbone of Japanese people. We stroll shrines and temples and through this tour, you can learn and understand how these religions have affected in forming Japanese characteristics.
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 $111.00 Asakusaーback to Edo
Asakusa still retains strong remnant of Edo culture and is the most popular sightseeing spot in Tokyo. Edo is the former name of Tokyo. Here you can enjoy shopping as well as to worship before the statue of the bodhisattva Kannon. Our tour starts at Kaminarimon gate, the symbol of Asakusa.
The tour of visiting total of three gates, the main hall of Sensoji temple and Asakusa shrine will sure to give you a memorable part of your pleasant visit to Japan. Nakamisedori street is lined on both sides with many souvenir shops and is always crowded with visitors from Japan and overseas. You can also know your fortune by drawing a fortune paper. Good luck!
US $371.00 Visiting Little Edo
Why not taking a day trip to Kawagoe, wonderful city west of Tokyo, often called “Little Edo” since it still preserves the atmosphere of the ancient Tokyo (Edo is the old name of Tokyo, the capital city)? Local loop bus is available so visit Kita-in temple first, where you find old halls which are the only remaining palace building of the former Edo castle. Another interesting historical spot is the Gohyaku (five hundred) Rakan statues, more than 500 stone statues of the disciples of Buddha, each with its different own facial expression.
Visit next Kashiya Yokocho (Sweets Alley) for some snacks and desert. It is lined by stores selling traditional Japanese sweets and cakes, which gave the alley its name.
Finally take a walk around streets in Warehouse District. In the old days, Kawagoe was an important commercial town supplying resources to Edo (present Tokyo). Due to thriving trade, many merchants grew wealthy enough to build their warehouses and stores in the traditional, resistant Kurazukuri (warehouse) style. Some of the buildings managed to survive till today. You can find those warehouses along the main street, now mostly changed to modern shops and restaurants.
US $234.50 Discover Tokyo’s Landmarks and History
From the dizzying heights of skyscrapers and Skytree, to lively streets full of Tokyo’s famous pop culture, you will have a world of unique experiences. Tokyo’s awe-inspiring shrines bring tradition and history to life, while the hustle and bustle of places like Shibuya and Asakusa have an energy you can experience nowhere else.
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.
US $332.00 Highlights in Tokyo (Tsukiji- Asakusa-Shibuya)
What is the fascination of Tokyo? Tokyo is a unique city where you can experience both tradition and modernity. This tour includes No,1 popular sites for foreign tourists visiting Tokyo. The world’s largest fish market, Tsukiji, offers you an extraordinary experience about food culture in Japan! The symbol of Asakusa ,the red big lantern at Sensoji temple invites you to experience the further excitement of Edo townsmen culture and history.
Lastly, the tour will take you to the most lively and exciting town for high-fashion, Shibuya. It would be nice to have a cup of coffee in a cozy café after crossing the famous Shibuya intersection.