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Overall rating
4.5 / 5
based on 262 reviews

Opens a private doorway into old, artisanal Tokyo - very special.

My 10 year old and I were enthralled from start to finish. Our guide Ikumi was delightful and warm and had so much of interest to share about the history of the areas we walked through, historic shops and businesses we visited - whose wares we sampled - and about Tokyo itself. This was a perfect, secret, private introduction to a beautiful city and culture and I would recommend it to everyone. Ikumi’s sensitive and generous explanations about etiquette and practice at Shinto shrines was particularly beautiful. Enticing my son to eat a cinnamon covered bean paste sweet (which he loved) was a miracle!

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Great for transport to major sights/areas, can't see much from bus

For the red route, it's a convenient way to get to the major tourist sights in Northeast Tokyo (Asakusa, Akihabara). Can see some, but not much, from the buses themselves so don't plan on taking this as a tour bus alone. It's much more useful if you have time to get out and explore the areas near the stops.

Great Experience! Entertaining afternoon with a very nice guide.

Akemi, our guide, was very nice, heplful and knowledgable. She took us to very interesting places, we could taste a variety of different food. I learned a lot about Japanese culture and traditions, I am glad that I did this tour. Very entertaining as well, I can only recommend it to everyone.

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Very interesting tour with a knowledgeable and fun guide.

Sylvia brought us to parts of Tokyo we would not have found on our own. We tasted some local specialty foods and visited some unique shops as Sylvia shared their historical and cultural meaning with us. She was very knowledgeable and fun to spend the afternoon with.

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Ayaka was an amazing tour guide! She made Tokyo come alive!

Ayaka's English was so easy to understand and she was a great translator to questions we would have otherwise been unable to learn about in our own. Even things that were not new became meaningful because of her explanations. Would love to take her other tours

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