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Private Custom Tour: Tokyo in a Day
"While in Tokyo use the services of a professional local guide to customize your own sightseeing itinerary. Once you select a half-day or full-day tour to suit your schedule you decide the pace of your day and how much you’d like to fit in. Explore at a leisurely pace on a guided walking tour using the city’s efficient public transportation system to get you around. Or upgrade for a private vehicle to pick you up at your hotel. Then visit your choice of historic cultural and culinary attractions in the vibrant capital. After you’ve seen the sights your guide offers convenient drop-off at your hotel. Half-day custom tour on foot or by private vehicle If you’ve selected a half-day tour upon booking your guide can arrange a visit to several Tokyo attractions or city neighborhoods. Four hours allows plenty of time to learn how to pay a proper visit to Meiji Shrine
From JPY12,666.00
 
Half-Day Tokyo Architecture Walking Tour
"Japanese architecture has flourished in the past 15 years because of the persistence of the architects to redefine design standards. This is a great tour if you're looking for something more than the usual. The guide goes into the design process of the architects and their philosophy towards design. The experience on this walk is an interactive learning experience through conversation and multimedia conveyance of images so that guests have a better understanding of the Japanese architectural scene.  From Harajuku Station the tour meanders through one of the most trendy areas of Tokyo. Book the 3PM tour if you prefer to see more people walking along the street. The area is a popular place to visit for people from all around the world. There are a few significant buil and are the definition of contemporary architecture. There are also opportunities to grab a coffee or visit a cafe if clients so choose. At the end of the tour you will have a good appreciation for contemporary Japanese architecture. ""
From $75.00
 
Kintsugi Experience in Tokyo
"Discover the Japanese technique of transforming broken ceramic objects into revitalized art pieces Kintsugi. This 1-hour class invites you to learn how the Japanese view objects -- they are meant to be broken and repaired not thrown out. Don a traditional samue while using a lacquer substitute mixed with gold to repair plates and cups. Then when the lesson has concluded take home a Kintsugi art piece as a keepsake of this unique experience.""""Learn Kintsugi
From JPY8,416.00

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Daienji Temple

Tendai-sect temple built in early 17th century by Taikai Houin, also revered ascetic trained in Haguro Mountains known as the sacred place in Yamagata, was notoriously recognized as the start of great...
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Rinshinomori Park

The park , 12.08 ha in area, was formerly a Forestry Research Station under Forestry Ministry until 1978. Rinshi is a short word for Ringyo-Shikenjo, Japanese word for Forestry Research Station. The...
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Meguro Parasitological Museum

It is a unique museum dedicated to humankind's most unwanted companions, parasites. It is a private and small museum and all they ask to enter is some donation for museum maintenance. Really cool....
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Shirokanedai: Overview

Shirokanedai is the western part of the Minato ward bordering with Meguro, Shibuya and Shinagawa wards and is located east of JR Meguro station. This area has a number of greenery areas such as...
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Gyoninzaka Slope

In Tokyo you will find a lot of steep slopes. Gyoninzaka slope in Meguro is one of the steepest among them. It had been the only road to Meguro from Edo until the milder Gonnosukezaka Slope was...
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Gohyaku-Rananji Temple

The temple displaying about 300 remaining wooden statues of 500 arhat, usually sculpted in stones, does not look like old temple of historical significance because the temple was built in reinformced...
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Jojuin Temple (Takoyakushi)

The temple founded in 858 A.D. by Jikaku, one of the most respected Teidai priests, is best known by its nickname TAKOYAKUSHI. Its principle object of worship Takoyakushi is rarely opened to public...
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Monument of Nagayo Moto'ori

Nagayo Moto'ori (1885-1945), one of the sixth generation descendants of noted 18th century scholar Norinaga Moto'ori(1730-1801), is best known for composing popular Japanese Children's songs such as...
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Ryusenji Seishido

Ryusenji Seishido located left at the momument of Ikki Kita is one of the few buildings of Meguro Fudoson that are part of mid-17th century era temple. The temple lost most of the Edo-period buildings...
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The Monuments of Konyo Aoki and Ikki Kita

Close to Maefudo-do there are two tall monuments, taller of which is one for Konyo Aoki and the other is for Ikki Kita. Konyo Aoki(1698-1769) is a rangaku(western learning through Dutch written...
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Ryusenji Maefudo-Do

During Edo period Maefudo-Do served as the substitute place for worship when the Grand Hall of the temple was occupied by feudal lords and the entry of ordinary people were prohibited. The gardian...
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Copper Statue of En-no-Gyoja

When you go down the Onnazaka slope of the Meguro Fudoson, you will find a caved shrine. In it there is a copper statue of legendary ascetic in late 7th to early 8th century, En-no-Gyoja who is said...
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Otokozaka and Onnazaka

Otokozaka(upslope for men) and Onnazaka(upslope for women) are the names often given to the slopes to the summit of religious mountain or the main hall of temples or shrine on top of the hill. So...
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Tokko-no-Taki Waterfall

Dokko-no-Taki is a spring of water pouring out from the bluff of the hill of Meguro Fudoson. It was said that when the Ennin the founder of the temple threw a tokko(vajra), an instrument used in...
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1-3-18 Chuocho, Meguro, Tokyo Prefecture, 152-0001, Japan
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2-15-7 Yutenji, Meguro, Tokyo Prefecture, 153-0052, Japan
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2-24-4 Ohashi, Meguro, Tokyo Prefecture, 153-0044, Japan
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1-2-19 Shimomeguro, Meguro, Tokyo Prefecture, 153-0064, Japan
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1-27-15 Higashiyama, Meguro, Tokyo Prefecture, 153-0043, Japan
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2-22-6 Ohashi, Meguro, Tokyo Prefecture, 153-0044, Japan
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