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Tokyo Highlights 6 Hours - West Tokyo [Meiji-Jingu, Harajuku, Shibuya, T.M.G. Bldg. Observatory]

If you are interested in both traditional and pop culture of Japan, this private tour will be the most suitable one for you! For pop culture spots, you will visit Harajuku and Omotesando district and Shibuya town. Harajuku is well known for teen's fashion and the town is full of small...
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If you are interested in both traditional and pop culture of Japan, this private tour will be the most suitable one for you! For pop culture spots, you will visit Harajuku and Omotesando district and Shibuya town. Harajuku is well known for teen's fashion and the town is full of small boutiques with Japanese teens donning their unique styles influenced by cosplay, gothic, lolita, hip hop, punk, and other subcultures. Being adjacent to Harajuku, Omotesando has a different atmosphere with high fashion brand shops and eye-catching designed buildings by prominent architectures. Shibuya is known as the center of youth culture. You can also experience the famous zebra crossing there! For traditional cultural spots, you will be in Meiji-jingu shrine. Meiji-jingu is Tokyo's largest Shinto shrine in a large forest area. At Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building's observation deck, you can enjoy a panoramic view of this never-ending citiscape.
Let's fully enjoy the city like a local, with a national licensed English speaking guide!

Tour Highlights

Meiji Jingu

Meiji Jingu Shrine

Tokyo's largest Shinto shrine established in 1920 to enshrine Meiji Emperor and the Empress Shoken. Meiji Emperor is the first Emperor of modernized Japan after the Meiji Restoration in 1868. The shine is famous for the large wooden Tori Gate. Many wedding ceremonies are held at the shrine and visitors may be able to come across a traditional wedding procession led by a Shinto priest.

Admission: free

Harajuku
Omote-Sando

Harajuku and Omote-sando District

Harajuku

Well known internationally for teen's fashion. The town is filled with small boutiques for Japanese teens donning their unique styles influenced by cosplay, gothic, lolita, hip hop, punk, and other sub-cultures.

Omote-sando street

High fashion street with upscale boutiques housed in prominent architectures

Admission: free

Shibuya

Shibuya

One of the biggest entertainment districts in Tokyo with restaurants, bars, theaters, shops and fashion complex buildings like 109. Famous for the world’s busiest scramble crossing near Hachii-ko dog statue.

Admission: free

TMD Bldg. Observation Deck

Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building Observatory

Looming gigantic like an over-sized Notre-Dame Cathedral and standing 243.4m tall in the heart of Shinjuku, Tokyo Metropolitan Government building is an icon of this ever-evolving city. The building was designed by the world-renowned post-modern architect Kenzo Tange and completed in 1991. The twin tower hoses two identical observation deck at 202 m above the ground and you can enjoy a panoramic view of Tokyo. On a clear day, you can even capture the view of Mt. Fuji at its background.

Admission: free

Tour Schedule

Operated on: Mon. through Sun.

Suggested Start Time: Between 09:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m.

Tour Duration: 6 hours

Tour Starts at: Your hotel or other form of accomodation in Tokyo*

Tour Ends at: Your hotel in Tokyo, or the last destination if you prefer

*Please contact us for remote start-off options

Transportation

Subway and local train

Charges

Tour fare per group (up to 6 guests): ¥27,000 (+ 10% consumption tax)

Included:

  • An English-speaking guide service provided during sightseeing and transfers
  • Guide's transportation (unless itinerary changed per customer's request)
  • Guide's admission (unless itinerary changed per customer's request)

Not included:

  • Transportation
  • Admission
  • Meal

Requred expenses:

  • Admission: none
  • Transportation: approx. ¥1,000 yen depending on where the tour starts

Remarks

  • This is a walking tour. Although subways and trains are used most of the time, you'll be walking a few miles/kilometres during the tour. Please dress casually and wear shoes comfortable for walking.
  • Every tour is arranged per each request regardless of the number of guest in a group up to 6 and there won't be any mixed group.

Reviews (2)

by Kris

Our tour was great today! Yuri did a super job. Very professional and took great care in answering all of our questions and guiding us.

by Jason Custer

Our family of four, two adults and two children (ages 9 and 13) had a wonderful time on our 6 hour West Tokyo tour with Ryoko. From our first inquiry with the company, the attention to customer service was fantastic. Ryoko met us at our private apartment and helped us navigate our way through Tokyo. We were able to visit the busy shopping districts we might not have ventured to on our own, eat lunch at an amazing Japanese restaurant (Maison), and she assisted us in purchasing our Shinkansen tickets for our trip the next day to Kyoto. When we walked the outside perimeter of the Imperial Palace, Ryoko had an app on her Ipad that showed what the grounds would have looked like during Feudal times. Our children really enjoyed that! As Ryoko continued to pull pictures, maps, tissues, hand wipes, and any other things we needed throughout the day out of her handbag, our son commented in amazement that Ryoko?s bag was like the one Mary Poppins carried. And it was! While Ryoko showed us the sigh

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