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Tokyo: Go-Kart Tour and Photoshoot

1. Tokyo: Go-Kart Tour and Photoshoot

Enjoy a day out on the town feeling the breeze of the city from a custom-built go-kart. This tour takes you through the center of Tokyo, namely the Shinjuku and Shibuya areas, and allows you to experience Japan in a unique way.  Before you begin the tour, you'll have the option to dress up in a costume of your favorite character. Then, zoom off into the Shinjuku area. Drive to see Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building and then head to the iconic Shinjuku Love Sign. Zip along through the famous nightlife district area near Shinjuku Station and then to the shopping district of Harajuku. After that, head to one of the most iconic places in Tokyo, Shibuya Crossing. Return to the meeting point following Shibuya Crossing.  Your guide will lead the way, so you don't have to worry about missing any important sights. They will also take plenty of fun photos of and for you during the experience. On returning to the meeting point, your guide will airdrop or email you all the photos taken.

Tokyo: Private Japanese Cooking Class in a Local Home

2. Tokyo: Private Japanese Cooking Class in a Local Home

Learn to prepare an authentic Japanese meal in an apartment in central Tokyo. Roll up your sleeves as you enter your host's kitchen to make dishes based on traditional family recipes from miso soup to nikujaga and chirashi sushi. Get an introduction to the essential ingredients of Japanese cuisine like dashi, miso and mirin and prepare a meal that will be served on beautiful, Japanese dishes. After cooking together, you will share a delicious homemade meal with your host at the dining table over conversation about food and life in Japan. Feast on authentic Japanese home-cooked dishes such as nikujaga (a dish of meat and potatoes stewed in soy sauce) or seasonal fish (slow-cooked or grilled), eggplant with dengaku miso, dashi egg rolls, homemade miso soup, and dessert. Menu varies based on season and dietary preferences. Leave with new recipes, a full stomach, a true glimpse into a local’s life, and an appreciation of Japanese cuisine and culture.

Akihabara: Anime & Gaming Adventure Tour

3. Akihabara: Anime & Gaming Adventure Tour

Start your Akihabara tour by making your first stop at a retro video game store. This store is considered a treasure trove for game lovers, especially for those who grew up experiencing the rise of the Japanese video game industry. Here, you can listen to the 8-bit video game keyboard music that you can hardly find anywhere else! Your guide will help you find and buy all the retro video game machines and disks. While the world is chasing after new games, look back on these old-time games that bring back charming childhood memories. Next, head over to the maid cafe - an unmissable experience whilst you're in Tokyo. Hang out with cute maids, get spells cast on your food, and take photos! If you order an omelet or hot latte, the maids will draw cute illustrations on it with ketchup/chocolate sauce. Finally, enjoy wandering around huge anime stores with hundreds of figures and cosplay goods. Sometimes these stores are places that travelers feel awkward to discover by themselves -however with a guide, you can fully enjoy every single stop like a local.

Tokyo Kagurazaka: Samurai City Exploration Game and Tour

4. Tokyo Kagurazaka: Samurai City Exploration Game and Tour

Discover a piece of Old Edo’s (now Tokyo's) complicated history and stories from the times of shoguns, geishas, and samurais. Explore the charming Japanese capital by playing a quest with your friends, significant other, or family. Follow each clue from one place to another, with exact directions so you won't need a map, GPS, or guide. Solve the problem and guess the answer to unlock the secret story of each place. After you buy the quest, you'll get your access code by e-mail which will be used in the app. The tour will take you about 1.5 hours to complete, but there’s no time limit which will allow you to go at your own pace. You won't need a guide, just download the app, go to the starting point, and begin the adventure. If you are a large group, one person can purchase access for the entire group by selecting the number of people in the group. All group members will be able to play the city game on their smartphone. Alternatively, each person can purchase their own ticket. Play as a group and solve the clues together as you walk, or split into smaller groups or teams and compete against each other. Each person can also play on their own, separate from the group and meet the group at the end of the tour.

Tokyo: Samurai Kendo Experience with Japanese Lunch

5. Tokyo: Samurai Kendo Experience with Japanese Lunch

Hone your mind and body during this kendo samurai training experience at a Tokyo dojo that values tranquility and etiquette. Wear traditional armor and learn how to fight alongside professional kendo teachers. Enjoy a Japanese lunch and complimentary kendo gift. Safe and fun for both beginners and experienced fighters, Kendo is one of the few martial arts that involve actual fighting, even for beginners. Take part in samurai training and get the chance to experience kendo as if in a real game. After the training, have lunch at a kendo-themed restaurant where kendo armors are displayed. End your experience enjoy a samurai lunch and water. Take home a kendo towel as a gift. 

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What people are saying about Kantō Region

Really nice, peaceful experience. I did a lot of research before going to an owl cafe as I was concerned for the animals' welfare. This owl "cafe" clearly prioritised the owls while still making the experience enjoyable for the humans as well! Not that there's no food or drink but the experience is WELL worth it if you can get in (make sure to book in advance). Loved it!

It was one of the few things I wanted to do while in Japan and I was not disappointed. I enjoyed this experience so much that if I had the time, I would do it again.

Great experience, Sato is a very professional but accessible chef, the food made is delicious and very tasty, I would recommend this cooking class to everyone

Amazing place to visit! The staff is really nice and the owls are treated very well

Nice activity that was made even better by a guide who was great.