【Live Tour】 Tokyo / Shibuya crossing and Hachi dog!
What we'll do
Come and cross this famous Shibuya scramble crossing together! You will actually feel you are there crossing and getting the vibration and energy from the town. You get to see a part of this town, also known as young fashion mecca. Then meet the famous dog, called Hachi (statue). Everyone loves him! He is an icon of this town connecting people. Your guide, Tomo, lives nearby and is ready to give you some quiz so you get to know Shibuya. And, she can't wait to share the impressive story of Hachi dog. This is a very casual, interactive, memorable tour for everyone!
- Price per person (tax included)
- 1,100 JPY - / person
- Max participants
- Up to 5 people
- Hosted in English
- Communication tools
- Please download Zoom in advance.
- Best for enjoying Japan
- Things you need to know before the tour
-The live tours will be held using Zoom.
-Personal computers and smartphones can be used to participate, but when using a smartphone, please be sure to download the Zoom application in advance.
-The URL and emergency number for the live tour will be sent to the email address you used to register no later than one hour before the start time.
-The Zoom will open to participants five minutes before the start of the tour.
-Participants may join the tour even if the start time has passed. However, please note that we will not be able to receive or respond to messages after the tour begins.
-Depending on the internet connection on the day of the tour, there may be issues with the sound or video. We ask for your patience and understanding.
-Any internet or data fees incurred by participation in the live tours are the sole responsibility of the participant.
-In order to avoid any mishaps or trouble, the live tour may be recorded.
-The company and the WOW U mediators (guides) will not be responsible for any malfunctions of participants’ computers, smartphones, or tablets that may occur during the live tours.
-Please note that the contents of the live tours may be changed in the case of bad weather.
-Reservations cannot be canceled after payments have been made. Please double check your reservation before finalizing your purchase.
1Cross the scramble crossing
Famous as one of the busiest and maybe the wildest crossings in the world. After you get to see and hear the overview of the crossing, dive in to immense yourself in the atmosphere!
2Check the color of the town
What kind of people and why they come to this place? Check out and see if this is your kind of town.
3Meet the famous Hachi dog statue
Hachi, provably the most famous dog in Japan, is a symbol or a superstar here. After hearing the real, impressive story on him, surely you will have another reason to come back to Shibuya.
Our guide Tomomi-san is a true Tokyoite. She knows about everything about Shibuya. She guided us around the central part of Shibuya so efficiently. Also, she explained the story related to this area in a friendly manner. She speaks excellent English!
I also have visited shibuya sometimes before this tour, but I noticed that I have missed various points after Tomomi-san's guide. Moreover, her guiding is enjoyable
Really, thank you very much.
I joined Shibuya Live tour. Tour was wonderful. Tomomi-san is a cheerful and charming lady.
She always created a good atmosphere and tried to interact with her audience in real time.
I truly enjoyed her live tour. Some day I really would like to join her real tour.
We were lucky to join the Shibuya crossing tour on such a beautiful autumn day. Our guide, Tomomi was so friendly and informative, with a charming smiling always. She showed exciting sceneries around Shibuya Crossing, including on the upper floor of the Starbucks café, which amazingly is No.1 on its profit in the world. It was so fun. Thank you, Tomomi san.
Especially ordinally Japanese representative
Hi! Everyone! I am TOMO, meaning Friends in Japanese. Do you like mysteries? Japan and its people have a lot of them. I have been doing this exciting job of digging up hidden treasures of my own culture, that is guiding! Beautiful sceneries, great works of history, but why? Why this is so important? What is the reason behind? My tours always try to show these WHYs so that you will find interesting differences and similarities between us. One of my great points as a tour guide is being ordinally. Average age, average size and family size, and average in many others, well... at least I think so! This makes me a perfect representative of Japan! So, let me show you the real life of ordinally Japanese people. And my interests cover history, religions, architecture, food, and nature. I am so ready to share special things and ordinally things. Please visit me so we can walk around together discovering another hidden charm!!! See you!