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Private Tokyo Custom Full-Day Tour by Chartered Vehicle
"The ultimate tour of Tokyo! You can see all of the interesting places in Tokyo area. The capital Tokyo has the beautiful contrast between metropolitan skyscrapers and traditional culturre!Tour route can be arranged upon your request.R visitors first enter through the Kaminarimon (Thunder Gate) the outer gate of the Sensoji and one of the most popular sights of traditional Tokyo.Option: (We will be able to arrange an custom-made itinerary for you. Please inform us at least 2 weeks in advance. )- Edo Tokyo MuseumPreserves the historical heritage of Edo-Tokyo displaying the original town with their lifestyle and culture of all eras. (Closed on every Mondays)- Tokyo Sky TreeThe tallest tower in the world (634m) has just opened on May 22 2012. The landscape from the top is outstanding.- Odaiba areaRainbow Bridge
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"Tokyo Skytree
"Tokyo Skytree Asakusa and Central Tokyo Sightseeing Tour""After being picked up from your Tokyo hotel enjoy a scenic guided tour of central Tokyo’s ancient and modern attractions. Your guided tour by air-conditioned coach takes in the Imperial Palace Plaza with its palace and landscaped grounds the art-deco National Diet Building and the palatial State Guest House. You’ll also see the shops and neon-lit towers of the Ginza and Akihabara districts before arriving in the temple quarter of Asakusa.The highlight of your visit to Asakusa is Senso-ji Tokyo’s oldest Buddhist temple. In addition to admiring the temple’s five-story pagoda
From JPY6,600.00
 
"Tokyo Morning Tour: Meiji Shrine
"Tokyo Morning Tour: Meiji Shrine Senso-ji Temple and Ginza Shopping District""After hotel pickup from your selected hotel depart Hamamatsucho Bus Terminal aboard your comfortable coach in the morning. Your knowledgeable guide provides informative commentary at each stop on your half-day tour including several significant cultural sites in the city.Hop off the bus at Meiji Jingu Shrine for a 30-minute tour of Japan's most famous Shinto shrine dedicated to the Emperor Meiji and his consort. Learn about Japan’s ancient religion as you visit the sanctuary treasure house and other structures built of Japanese cypress with copper plates for the roofs.Your guide points out the National Diet Building — where sessions of the House of Representatives and the House of Councillors take place — en route to
From JPY5,000.00

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Day Trip out of Tokyo

In the mountains of Saitama Prefecture, west of Tokyo, is the beautiful town of Chichibu, a city famous for nature and an anime cartoon called Anohana. We visited in the spring, and were fortunate to...
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There's so many temples in Kyoto it's ridiculous and arguably you WILL get templed out. I've been several times. Once the first time I came to Japan. Another with my mom. Yet again with my dad. Later...
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Sightseeing outside Osaka

Osaka is just two hours from Hiroshima by bullet train, making this a practical option for a day trip – especially if you have a JR Pass as we did and can travel “for free”. So on our second day here...
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Chubu Centrair International Airport

Royce chocolates are the true luxe Japanese chocolate brand (comparable to the Godiva and Varlrhona brand of France and Belgium) while the Meiji Chocolates which is one of their competitors and is...
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Yokosuka - Day Trip

Hemi Anjin Street is the name of the shopping street at Hemi Station on the Keikyu Main Line. The street is named for Miura Anjin, or William Adams, the first Western samurai in Japan (he arrived in...
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Takino Suzuran Hillside National Government Park

"Takino Suzuran Hillside National Government Park" is opend as "Takino Snow World" from end of December till end of March. Good place to the families with kids.You can choose what to...
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Noto Peninsula

Senmaida, or a 1000 fields in a top scenic spot to stop and gaze out on the ocean, or the beautifully staked rice fields. There are usually some merchants around selling little knickknacks and such as...
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Bridges

The Naka bashi is maybe not entirely off the beathen path, but it makes a nice picture in our bridges series. There are cherryblossom trees next to the bridge and the contrast of the pink blossom and...
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Owakudani Valley

Owakudani is the area around the craters created during the last eruption of Hakone Volcano.This is an area where you enjoy hot springs, sulphureous fumes. This area is about 40 minuts by car from the...
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Cherry Blossom Viewing

Most first time visitor will rush forward to area in Himeji Castle to catch best cherry blossom with the castle view. You will have to compete with the locals and other visitors in large group in...
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Kannon-do Shrine

Kannon-do Shrine, located in the Old Chinese Quarter in Nagasaki, was constructed in 1737, then destroyed by a fire and rebuilt in 1784. The current structure dates from 1917, and it survived the...
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Harajuku

Just south of Shinjuku is another famous area in Tokyo known as Harajuku. You can witness ultra modern fashion worn by teenagers at Harajuku as well as shopping and the famous Meiji Shrine. More...
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Kanmangafuchi Abyss

The term "abyss" is a good piece of marketing, but from where we were staying this section of river provides a beautiful piece of scenery in Nikko away from the temples and shrines. The only reason I...
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Enoshima Aquarium

Having seen the major sights and temples in Kamakura, I decided to explore the rest of the Kamakura vicinity on the Enoden line. The Enoden line is a really scenic railway line passing through the...
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Harajuku And Omote Sando

Omotesando is a neighborhood in the Shibuya Ward of Tokyo located between Harajuku and Shibuya crossing, but much closer to Harajuku. The main street, a wide tree-lined boulevard, was created as the...
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Kinkaku-ji - Golden Pavilion

By bus from downtown we reached Kinkaku-ji Temple after 40’. First we took some cold coffee from the machines outside the temple grounds and then we walked inside, purchased our ticket (¥400) and we...
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Osaka Castle

Osaka Castle is surrounded by thick defensive walls and moats. It was originally constructed by Toyotomi Hideyoshi after he unified Japan. It was completed in 1583, but was destroyed 32 years later by...
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Nagoya Castle

Nagoya Castle is one of the former Tokugawa Castles. The original castle was actually built prior to the Tokugawa in 1518 by the Imagawa. It was conquered by Oda Nobuhiga but the castle was left to...
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Temples and Shrines

Although Bugenji Temple adjacent to Mitsuzawa Park has the history of more than 500 years, it is only known locally. It is a Buddhist temple founded in 1515 belonging to Hokke-shu School of Nichiren...
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Sapporo Snow Festival

Yes, Dec isn't really snow festival in Odori Park. The snow festival starts from Feb. There are a number of displays installed and lighted up. Nice and not so crowded. The Park has a few sections...
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