３ hours, Good Luck Shrine and All Over Japanese Souveniors Tour! Nihonbashi and Ginza.
What we'll do
This is the recommended tour if you have 3 hours to spend Nihonbashi and Ginza. Short trip for Nihonbashi and Ginza. Your guid help you navigate these area, take you to good fortune shrine, Japanese paper shop and all over Japanese souveniours shops. Your guid recommend the tourists who love Japanese culture and Japanese foods!!
1. Koami shrine.
Your guid recomend Good fortune shrine. You'll feel the strength of thier enegy. This shrine is famous for Good fortune charm with Dragon.
2. Japanese paper shop called "Haibara".
They have all of paper stuff such as Origami, greeting card, paper fan, notebook, paper box and so on.
A bit small shop but they have very beautiful Japanese papers.
There are plenty of stores called "antenna shop". This is a store that specialize in local products from various regions in Japan.
You can find hidden Japamese souveniors!!
Also they have the Japanese Samurai helmet shop. It would be great experince for you even though window shopping.
・Your guid will meet you at the east gate of Kanda JR station. Your guid will tell you how to get to your Hotel or theclosest staiton from your hotel.
・Meet up at the east gate of Kanda station and leave at the Ko-tsu Kaikan.
・If you see the women who has snoopy stuffed toy that means your guid.
- Price per person (tax included)
- 2,200 JPY - / person
- Max participants
- Up to 4 people
- Hosted in English
- Things you need to know before the tour
The tour fee does not include transport expenses, admission fees and meals/drinks. The starting time of the tour and the itinerary can be customized.
The guid booked up to 3 hours. Extentions are possible at an extra cost.
1Boito shop, Yagicho-honten
You can stop by Boito shop called "Yagicho-honten", old traditional store on the way to Koami shrine. They have authentic bonito frakes. You can buy rice balls too.
This main street would be really interesting for you. There are another "antenna shops" and Japanese trational stores.
West side Tokyo and handmade lover.
Hi there, I’m Yuko from Tokyo. I’d like to speak with foreign tourists and guide you all. I like to tell you our Japanese culture and learn various foreign cultures. I’ve been in London when I was a primary school student for a year and I did homestay in England during my university summer holidays. I’ve traveled to almost 30 countries in my life. I used to do home visits at my house before Covid-19. I invited my guests from around the world. Recently, I video chat with my English language partner. This time, I’d like to guide you with visiting many sightseeing spots, especially west side in Tokyo. Because of I know about there well and I’d like to show you this beautiful hidden area. Also, I can teach Origami or Japanese at cafe if you like. If you interested my profile, take a look at my trip plans. Please do not hesitate to contact me if you need any further information. I’m looking forward to meeting you.