東京 · 個人造型
Local Ginza Personal Shopping Trip
I will take you exclusively to the Japanese brands that I feel match your own personal style, so that your experience is truly personalized to you. Along the way,we'll discuss the history and context of Japanese fashion. "God is in the details." I will show you items which you can only buy in Tokyo - most visitors couldn't find by themselves or by using tourist’s guide books. Fashion styles include business, street, casual, upscale, and modest. This is a shopping experience cultivated just for you. It's like treasure hunting in a deluxe closet. If you go to the shops with me, the shops' owners and staff will welcome you with openness and friendliness. And,You will be permitted to take photos and videos. I had picked and chose myself carefully for the places. Establishing relationship through intimate exchange over time, about fashion but also about the culture that surrounds the world of fashion. I find so much joy and the sense of meaning to bridge my customers and those independent brands. Stores I chose will share not only their fine collection of apparel but their history and experiences, I expect everyone to trade inspirations and perspectives, as well as wide range of interest during the visit. “Don’t just shop. Collect the precious moments in those experiences to obtain, rediscover yourselves!”
東京 · 手工藝課程
Enjoy ceramic class and Japanese traditional sweets in Tokyo, Ginza. Hope the 2hours and 15mins experience is unforgettable memory in Japan! I'll meet you at a studio and serve a green tea with Japanese traditional seasonal sweets called "Namagashi". The Japanese sweets shop which has 350-year-history in Ginza. After that, making a tea cup or a bowl. Note: We will make ceramic work by hand. We are not going to use an Electric wheel. You can choose the clay to use from 3 colors.The glaze used can be selected from about 10 colors including traditional colors of Japan.Enjoy choosing your original combination.You make cup or bowl while watching the sample of works and my demonstration.If you have any questions about ceramic work please ask me anything! [2 options] 1. Receiving your ceramic work by mail. 2. Taking one piece of my small ceramic work. If you choose 1, It will take about 3 months for dry and kiln your work. I will pack and mail it to you. International mailing fee is charged separately from class fee and it costs between1,000 to 4,000yen (US$10-40). I can only accept cash at class. You will receive memories of travel at your home! Of course you can use it!
東京 · 藝文漫步
Kabuki-za Gallery & shopping tour
Kabuki performances tend to be between 4-5 hours long and often involve long queues for one-act tickets, so before you go to all that effort, join this tour of the Kabuki-za Gallery and learn everything you need to know about Kabuki! With this essential information, Kabuki experience will be more understandable and enjoyable. The tour begins with a "What is Kabuki?" talk over Japanese tea and sweets at a Japanese tea shop in a rooftop Japanese garden before exploring the Kabuki-za Gallery. Your guide, Kazui, will show you her precious 150 year old “Ukiyo-e”, woodblock prints and other Kabuki-related collections! At the gallery, you will be shown props and costumes used for the shows, and enjoy short films of Kabuki performances. There are even hands-on activities such as a chance to play the classical instruments which give Kabuki its distinct sound. Kazui will explain about each exhibit and how to enjoy the Kabuki short films. This will give you a wonderful experience of Kabuki even if you are unable to attend a live performance. Taking photos and video is allowed and Kazui will take pictures of you riding on a Kabuki horse! Finally Kazui will take you special souvenir Kabuki and Japanese traditional craft shops, creating a wonderful shopping experience! If you are interested in the shops of English books or woodblock prints of Kabuki, please send your request in advance.
東京 · 文化漫步
TOKYO KIMONO GUIDE TOUR/ PHOTO SESSION
Instagram "TOKYOKIMONOGUIDETOUR https://www.instagram.com/tokyokimonoguidetour "Original tour ：9:30 am-1:30 pm / 4 hours I will take a lot of pictures of you taken by my DSLR camera (SONYα6400､Single focus lens) and give you all of them at the end of the tour by smartphone or Google photo. Let’s brag about yourself in SNS! ◆Day Schedule◆ 【9:30 am】 Meet at Nezu station (C14 / Chiyoda Line Tokyo Metro) 【9:35】Welcome to my house! It takes about 30 seconds from the station to my home. Greeting and choose a kimono from my collection. I will help you to choose and get you dressed in. 【10:30】After wearing kimonos, I take you to the Nezu shrine first to have a photo shooting! The Nezu shirine is one of Japan's oldest shrines, and certainly one of its most attractive. Nezu Shrine is set in lush greenery, with ponds of carp, pathways that are tunnels of small shrine arches, and elegant, beautifully colored, wooden structures that reflect Japanese culture in all its age and beauty. 【11:30】After the photo shooting, I will take you on a local tour associated with the season. Ex. Yanaka Ginza shopping street, Nezu shrine, Ueno Park by bus, summer festivals our neighbors, Please enjoy four seasons in Japan! 【1:30 pm】 End of the tour and we will help you to take of your kimono!
東京 · 市場參訪
Tsukiji market tour with Tsukiji lover
Let's explore the food wonderland of Tsukiji Outer Market and enjoy sampling some delicious food. I will give you a brief introduction to the outer market, which is like a labyrinth. There are about 400 shops, so it's difficult to understand what is happening and to find the good ones by yourself. We will also explore the backstreets of the outer market, and I will make recommendations and introduce you to my friends. We can enjoy several delicious tastings there, too. After this experience, you may continue enjoying Tsukiji Outer market by yourself—shopping, eating, and more. Please be advised that many local spots only accept cash. [REMARKS] Tsukiji inner market (Wholesale market) was closed on 6th Oct. 2018. But Tsukiji outer market is not moved. Our tour is exploring Tsukiji outer market so we could continue this tour.
東京 · 美食漫步
Street Food Japan food tour
Explore the streets of Shimbashi, Yurakucho and Ginza and eat like a true local. On this 3-hour night tour, you will experience the hub for authentic izakaya spots that Japanese salarymen frequent after a long day at work. As we journey through Shimbashi, Yurakucho and Ginza, you'll gain insight into the area's hidden gems while discovering the area's amazing sights, sounds, and tastes. From the rustic ambience to our authentic selection of eateries, this tour highlights Japanese culture and cuisine to make for an unforgettable experience. We'll meet at JR(Japan Railway) Shimbashi station Hibiya exit at the SL Plaza and start our walking tour from there. Starting with our first authentic food stop at Shimbashi our 3 hour experience will include 3 food stops which includes a yakitori , kushiage and a ramen spot to conclude the night.
東京 · 單車騎乘
Road Bike Tour Tokyo
Riding fast is not mandatory, we are guiding medium to long time experience riders. Our rides are customized and they range from between 60 to 200 km, some of our famous rides are to Mt. Fuji and the surround areas. 3 of our Tokyo rides are Arakawa, Onekan and Oifuto, the last his where the Tour Japan race takes place every spring. We will add more routes but these are the safest and fun rides. For leisure tours around Tokyo, we can get around on regular bikes or walk around whatever area of the city you are interested in knowing about. I live in the center of Tokyo and very close to the fashion shopping district, and I am close to the best restaurants in the city. Famous places of interests are The Emperor Palace and around Tokyo Station, Ginza, Aoyama, Omotesando, Harajuku, Shibuya, etc, I am yours the whole time you are here.
東京 · 舞台劇院
Talk with a Kabuki expert over coffee
This tour is a 101 Kabuki class at a coffee shop near the theatre. Attending the tour and one-act of a performance is the perfect compact Kabuki experience! Please note: Kabuki will be performed at Shinbashi Enbujo Theatre, not Kabuki-za Theatre in April 2020. One-act show tickets may not be sold in this month. I would like to update the information after the information has been released. Shows tend to be around 4 hours long but buying just a one-act ticket is great for those with a busy schedule. A Kabuki show usually consists of a variety show featuring a selection of acts from different plays, each act intended to be seen as a standalone performance. So even with a one-act ticket, you will not be missing out on story! You will get all the information you need to enjoy Kabuki, including English handouts, information on the history, actors, play summaries, where to sit etc. Please note: as all one-act tickets are day tickets, the ticket price (500 ~ 2,000 yen) is not included in the talk price. Ticket sales for the first act (11am) begin at 10:30am; sales times for the following acts varies month by month. Queuing for 1 hour is recommended (benches are available). The 8:30am talk is a great fit for the first act at 11am. If you would prefer the 1am, 1pm or 4:30pm talk slots, please let me know so I can advise you as to the best act for your schedule.
東京 · 文化漫步
我们将在4个小时内带您前往东京近10个著名的地标。（具体安排可能根据行程进度略有增删） 首先我们中午13点在【筑地市场】集合，那里曾经是日本最大的鱼市场，在那里享用一些简单的海鲜小食后，我们将步行前往繁华的购物天堂【银座】，体验“亚洲最昂贵的地方”，你可以在那里拍到具有绝佳设计感的高楼，或是购买一些精致的礼物。之后我们坐电车前往二次元圣地【秋叶原】，那里是著名的电器街，也是著名的动漫街。我们还将前往【上野公园】，周边分布了博物馆、美术馆等，每到春季，这里还是最佳的赏樱地。然后是【浅草寺】，感受最“江户风格”的日本文化，现烤现卖的“人形烧”、“仙贝”的百年老店都可以在这里找到，这里的很多东西都是在别处的商店里难以见到的。最后，我们将前往“世界第一高塔”【东京晴空塔】，登上展望台（展望台的门票需自行购入），东京的全景将一览无遗。 行程的最后，我们可以向您推荐当地最地道的美食，如果同为吃货，也可以一起共用晚餐哦。在这4个小时的行程中，我们希望您能通过我们感受到这个城市的最真实的文化以及传统。
東京 · 美食漫步
Tokyo After ５pm
SUPER SALE! We will begin in Yakitori Alley, near Yurakucho, an area with many casual bar-style restaurants and the birthplace of yakitori, one of many Japanese people’s favourite appetizers. As many businessmen and women do after 5pm, we’ll enjoy a drink of sake or a local beer, then sample yakitori at one of the many local restaurants, each with their own “tare” (sauce) mixed with their secret ingredients. After having a drink to go with the yakitori, we’ll travel to Tsukishima to visit “Monja” Street, where “Monja-Yaki” is said to have originated. Monja-yaki is a type of Japanese pan-fried batter with various ingredients. You’ll use a small metal spatula for cutting it to pieces then chopsticks to eat with right from the grill. We stroll through Ginza, where you can find great confectionery shops and learn about the rich variety of traditional Japanese sweets — and, best of all, choose one to try! Your guide can also recommend other cool local bars in small alleys, or a karaoke place for more fun into the night.