Explore Yanesen－the nostalgic town of temples, shrines and a retro local shopping district
US $72.00 / Person
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Description of this tour
Yanesen was named after the three neighboring districts of Yanaka, Nezu and Sendagi.
With the construction of Kan’eiji Temple in the early 17th century and policies of the Edo shogunate, many temples moved to Yanaka, creating a “town” of temples.
Old buildings and winding alleys still remain as Yanesen was insulated from earthquake disasters and war damages.
So the area still retain the atmosphere of the good old days.
Come and enjoy the lively shopping street, houses built on a back alley while visiting temples and shrines.
Hello, all foreign tourists.
I’m Takashi, a certified guide interpreter.
I’ve practiced guiding through volunteer guides at various places such as the Imperial Palace, Meiji Jingu Shrine, Asakusa, etc. in spare time from my main job since 2013 when I got the license of the guide interpreter.
However, with my retirement from main job, I can fully dedicate my time to English expert guide.
It’s been my dream to communicate with foreigners since childhood.
Therefor I've been developing my English proficiency for a long time by listening to English conversation radio programs.
I would like to take advantage of this opportunity and do my best for you.
Sample Tour Timeline
JR Uguisudani sta.
Casual clothing and comfortable shoes are recommended.
Any trip or experience can be canceled and fully refunded within 24 hours of purchase.
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