Effectiveness, because guide and driver is the same person.
The vehicle we serve is spacious and luxury.
Opportunity to savor a taste of Japanese local cuisine.
Best tour for those who are traveling by cruise ship.
Best tour for those who enjoy Tokyo-Must-See by one day.
What's included, what's not
Expenditures for transportation
Admission and entrance fee for each institute.
Lunch and drinks are excluded. We are glad to find a fancy restaurant which is poplar among locals.
Know Before You Book
We take out a travel insurance which covers JPY15,000,000 P/P at most. In addition to the voluntary car insurance.
The type of vehicle will be fixed by your group number. 1~2 passengers will use Sedan Type. 3~4 passengers will do Mini-Van Type. And 5~8 passengers will do Jumbo-Van Type. Please refer to the photos we are posting. The type of vehicle is changeable by your request.
We take out a voluntary car insurance which covers JPY30,000,000 P/P at most.
This tour is accessible to the wheelchair users. Or a family with small kids. In these case, please inform us of it as booking. If you need child seat, we will take on.
This is a customizable plan. If you have some sites of attracting you, pease consult us.
This is 8-hour tour out of 08:00am.-10:00pm. The start time is up to you. The start time in normal is 9:00am. it is usual day tour. But if you choose 8-hour out of 02:00pm.-10:00pm., it's going to be a twilight tour.
Notice: For cruise travelers! If you are going to leave Japan,We can pick-up at Yokohama and drop-off Haneda Airport without any surcharges. Or, you are leaving from Narita Airport, we can send you off up-to there with additional charge by JPY7,500 on the spot.
What you can expect
Drive by Tokyo's most renowned temples, shrines, and popular sightseeing spots. Explore the city on an 7-hour day tour on a private vehicle with a professional guide-driver. The guide-driver will pick you up at your hotel in Yokohama, or Osambashi Port for cruise users. And take you to the same place.
Get the chance to see the Imperial Palace as you drive around its 4.5 kilometers circle. The Imperial Palace is the residence of the Emperor of Japan. Stroll the inner garden of East Garden which is the only part of the grounds open to the public. Admire the moats, lawns, and stunning colors of Japanese trees.
Then, you'll visit Asakusa, an old entertainment town from the 17th century. Walk around Sensoji-Temple, one of the oldest Buddhist temples in Tokyo. Browse the shop-lined promenade of Nakamise-Dori Street.
For lunch, you'll visit Tsukiji Market which used to be the largest fish market in the world. Enjoy Japanese food like tempura, sushi, and wagyu.
After your delicious meal, head over to Harajuku and visit the tranquil Meiji Jingu Shrine, dedicated to the first emperor of modern Japan, Emperor The Great Meiji. For some shopping, stroll around Takeshita Street, the epicenter of Japan's pop culture and fashion.
Finally, see the famous Shibuya Crossing, where tens of hundreds of people cross the road simultaneously from 360 degrees direction.
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