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Narita Layover Tour
"Narita-san Shinsho Temple is the best sightseeing spot where over 10 million people visit in a year.This tour starts from Omotesando where the distance between JR Narita station or Keisei Line Narita station and the main gate of Narita-san Shinsho Temple is 800 meters. Along Omotesando there are around 170 spots such as eel restaurants which have welcomed tourists since Edo era wooden inns which has an atmosphere of the town in Edo era the shops to sell hand-made Narita Special rice crackers Teppo-zuke of Uri Yo-kan
From JPY8,125.00
 
Tokyo Asakusa Rickshaw Tour
"Meet your informative guide at Kaminarimon or the nearby Asakusa Station to board the traditional rickshaw a two-passenger wagon pulled by your guide. Tokyo can be overwhelming with a many great interesting sites spread throughout the city. A rickshaw ride with a local guide is the best way to see many essential spots quickly and learn about them without having your face buried in a guidebook. Tour is customizable so discuss possible routes with your guide. Here are four options for Tokyo rickshaw routes.Click on “View Additional Info” for the rickshaw meeting location.""""Climb aboard a traditional Japanese rickshaw for an unforgettable view of the Asakusa district in Tokyo. Your knowledgeable guide will steer you to some of Tokyo’s many iconic sites
From JPY4,500.00
 
Tokyo Asakusa Rickshaw Tour
"Meet your informative guide at Kaminarimon or the nearby Asakusa Station to board the traditional rickshaw a two-passenger wagon pulled by your guide. Tokyo can be overwhelming with a many great interesting sites spread throughout the city. A rickshaw ride with a local guide is the best way to see many essential spots quickly and learn about them without having your face buried in a guidebook. Tour is customizable so discuss possible routes with your guide. Here are four options for Tokyo rickshaw routes.Click on “View Additional Info” for the rickshaw meeting location.""""Climb aboard a traditional Japanese rickshaw for an unforgettable view of the Asakusa district in Tokyo. Your knowledgeable guide will steer you to some of Tokyo’s many iconic sites
From JPY4,500.00

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Rent a cellular phone at the Narita Airport

If you are in Japan for business or for sightseeing tour and wanted to have a cellphone where you can get in touch with your family, friends or business partner, you can actually sign up for a cell...
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joiwatani
Nov 30, 2008

Visiting another herbal medicines factory

During my official trip to Japan, I had a chance to visit another famous herbal medicines factory (at Tokyo) in addition to the one at Ibaraki Prefecture. Photographs of this visit are at the...
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victorwkf
Jul 31, 2005

Herbal medicines factory: friendly & nice staff

The staff of the herbal medicines factory which we visited are very friendly and courteous, which is typical of the Japanese cuture. They are also well organised, competent, professional and gives a...
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victorwkf
Jul 31, 2005

Herbal medicines factory: store house

The store house of the herbal medicines factory is huge, which is not surprising as this factory is one of the biggest in Japan. The herbal raw materials are stored at a temperature of about 15...
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victorwkf
Jul 31, 2005

Herbal medicines factory: museum (2)

Here is a close-up of one of the interesting items of the museum of the herbal medicines factory, which is a multi-compartment small cabinet for storing raw herbal medicines during the good old days...
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victorwkf
Jul 31, 2005

Herbal medicines factory: museum

There is an impressive museum at the main administrative building of the herbal medicines factory which I visited at Ibaraki which showcases the history of the factory, its various products over the...
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Jul 31, 2005
 
 
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Herbal medicines factory: factory compound

The herbal medicines factory which I visited in Ibaraki is a huge and famous one in Japan. The compound is huge consisting of the manufacturing plant, research laboratories, stores, an administrative...
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victorwkf
Jul 31, 2005

Herbal medicines factory: herbal garden

Perhaps the highlight of my visit to the herbal medicine factory at Ibaraki must be the beautiful herbal garden with many common herbs used in traditional Japanese Kampo medicine being grown here....
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victorwkf
Jul 31, 2005

Herbal medicines factory: Herbs sample room

There is a huge room in the herbal medicines factory where samples of many different kinds of herbals commonly used in traditional Kampo medicines of Japan is stored. Visiting the room is a very...
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victorwkf
Jul 31, 2005

Herbal medicines factory: tissue culture room

This herbal medicines factory which I visited is very advanced and even started a tissue culture project to grow some of their herbs, which will be planted into the soil when they grow older. This is...
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victorwkf
Jul 31, 2005

Herbal medicines factory: Herbs sample room (2)

This photograph is a close up view of some of the samples of herbs used in traditional Kampo medicine of Japan, stored in the herbs sample room of the factory.
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Jul 31, 2005

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