Korakuen Gardens and Kagurazaka Walk
US $108.40 / Group
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Description of this tour
We will visit Koishikawa Korakuen Gardens which was originally built by the Mito branch of Tokugawa clan in 1629. It is designated as cultural heritage of the state. This gardens consists of pond, a paddy field, artificial hills, full moon bridge and so on.You can find seasonal beauty there.
Next we will enjoy walking Kagurazaka where narrow alleys remain old days' atmosphere. You will visit a familiar temple of its area called Bishamonten.
Various kinds of stores line up, so you can find your favorites from longstanding stores to 100yen shop.
If you like sweets, it must be fun to try to eat traditional japanese sweets!
I was born in Shiga next to Kyoto and now live in Yokohama, which is located between Tokyo and Kamakura, with my family and two cats. When l was a university student I went to US as a member of goodwill envoy and there I had got unforgettable experiences with local people. Helping my host mother get dressed in kimono was one of them. These experiences made me think to become a guide in the long run.
I had got National Guide Certificate in 2014. Since then I always tried to make guests satisfied and hope they go back to their countries with good memories.
Sample Tour Timeline
- Admission fee(approx. US $3 per person)
Comfortable walking shoes are recommended.
The tour involves moderate walking but I will guide at your pace.
Pick-up service is available with additional fee, so feel free to ask.
Any trip or experience can be canceled and fully refunded within 24 hours of purchase.
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