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Tokyo by Night: Japanese Food Tour
"Meet your local guide at Yurakucho Station's Central Exit in the evening to begin your tour of Tokyo’s bustling nighttime food scene. You'll walk from place to place and also take public transport. All tastings and one drink (beer or sake) are included so indulge!You’ll feel like a local as you stroll through the city and visit several popular eateries starting in Yakitori Alley near Yurakucho. This area is full of casual bar-style restaurants that serve up appetizers such as yakitori (grilled chicken skewers). Dip this happy-hour staple in house-made sauces and wash the snacks down with sake or beer. Next head to Tsukishima to visit Monja Street for monjayaki a pan-fried treat that's similar to an Osaka-style okonomiyaki pancake. Chat with your cook as your snack sizzles on the grill then use a small metal spatula to cut it into pieces and pluck it right from the grates with chopsticks.We’ll take a quick stroll through Ginza
From JPY11,870.00
"Tokyo Tower
"Tokyo Tower Tea Ceremony and Sumida River Cruise Day Tour""After hotel pickup from selected Tokyo hotels in the morning depart from Hamamatsucho Bus Terminal by comfortable coach. Each stop during your full-day sightseeing tour of Tokyo takes approx. 30-40 minutes.Your first highlight of the day is Tokyo Tower which provides panoramic views of Japan’s capital from the main observatory. Climb to the 476-foot-high (145-meter) viewing platform in Japan's second tallest structure and be sure to stand over the glass-floor ‘lookout window.’Next you’ll appreciate nature from every angle as you take part in a traditional tea ceremony. While you sip tea
From JPY12,000.00
"Tokyo Day Tour: Meiji Shrine
"Panoramic Tokyo Day Tour - Meiji Shrine Asakusa Temple and Tokyo Bay Cruise""After morning pickup from selected hotels travel by comfortable coach to the Meiji Shrine which was dedicated to the Emperor and Empress in 1926. Hear from your guide why the Meiji Shrine is Tokyo’s most popular and important Shinto shrine while you stroll around the buildings and gardens. Return to the coach and drive past the toweri the expansive grounds contain a tea pavilion traditional Japanese garden
From JPY9,900.00

Wander Around the Ginza

I'm not big on shopping, and even if I were it's likely that the Ginza would be out of my price range, but it's worth wandering around the area on a hopping Saturday afternoon to get a feel for the...
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Nov 19, 2009

Catering for the Rich

Tokyo's Ginza area is the shopping area mainly aimed at a wealthier audience, although it seems like every second Japanese woman walks around with a Louis Vuitton bag anyway. Because of its elegant...
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Apr 10, 2005

Ginza District, Central Tokyo

Ginza is a high-end shopping and fashion district, known as one of the most luxurious shopping areas in the world. Some of the big stores here include Chanel, Dior, Gucci, Louis Vuitton, the Sony...
Jun 05, 2014

Glitzy world

The must-see, must-experience place in Tokyo. It's interesting to see that most departments stores have uniformed receptionists in colourful outfits, hats and thick makeup.Well heeled ladies in...
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Dec 27, 2003

Try an Oxygen Bar

I decided I wanted to try and Oxygen Bar.So my guide and I went to one in Tokyo.It was heaps of fun, you get to choose from different smellsand sit there for an allocated time and breath them in.They...
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Apr 04, 2011

Heart of Ginza

Ginza used to be the symbol for the modernization & westernization of Japan. Here, you find a mixture of old tradition and modern Tokyo. It is a shopping heaven for those who love to shop and...
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Oct 11, 2006

Go to a Toy Store

For some fun shopping, I suggest stopping at Kiddie Land in Omotesando or Hakuhinkan Toy Park in Ginza. Both are large multi-story toy stores with the latest and greatest selection of toys. Everything...
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Sep 12, 2002

World Class Luxurious Commercial Area

If you are much of a shopper, the Ginza is the place for you to go. Well, it is one of the many. The district is filled with department stores, and little shops, and restaurants. At night, the lights...
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Aug 16, 2004

Enter at your wallet's peril - Ginza!

When I look at Ginza, I think of Rodeo Drive in LA, Orchard Road in Singapore, KLCC in Kuala Lumpur and Knightsbridge in London.It's all about shopping and having deep pockets. So for those of us who...
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Jan 04, 2006


The meeting venue for our VT Meet was at Ginza, Nissan Showroom. Ginza is the business and shopping district. Famous departmental stores and shops are all setup in this area.At night, you will find...
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Aug 12, 2008


The "Montenapoleone" or "Fifth Avenue" of Tokyo, this upscale business/shopping district offers the best opportunities to see the well-dressed wealthy Japanese, the most exclusive restaurant and...
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Jan 14, 2007

High end shopping to the MAX !!!!

This is the 1 of 2 "it" places in Tokyo (the other being Harajuku)... Ginza is just jammed packed with every type of high end shops you can imagine... Spent a great afternoon window shopping ... if...
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Walk down Marunochi Naka Dori (nice atmosphere with famous brand shops) and check Marunouchi Building and Shin-Marunouchi Building which are great retail complex. Check the top floor observatory of...
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Hibiya Park

Directly across the street from Tokyo’s Imperial Palace. Easy to combined, after Imperial Palace and Kokyo Gaien, continue to this Tokyo's surprising amount of green space. Walking through the park,...
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Hamarikyu Garden

Hama-rikyu Gardens is a great park in central Tokyo, along the bay. It is very conveniently located, walking distance from Tsukiji Fish Market, Ginza, Hibiya Park, and Shimbashi station. This large...
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Wadakura Fountain Park

Wadakura Fountain Park is located at the far corner of Kokyo Gaien National Garden and east of Imperial Palace East Gardens. It is noted for the fountain show which has the fixed pattern according to...
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Imperial Palace(Kokyo Gaien National Garden)

Is a huge open park space. The park is also maintained and significantly less crowded and provides a great view of the palace ground’s traditional Japanese architecture. Kokyo Gaien is also adjacent...
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Tokyo Tower

Constructed in 1958, Tokyo Tower soars 332 meters (1092 feet), 13 meters (42 feet) higher than the Eiffel Tower. There are two observatories from which to get panoramic views of Tokyo and Mount Fuji...
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Getting to Ginza


Ginza, Chuo, Tokyo


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