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Yanaka and Hidden Gem of Tokyo [Yanaka, Kagurazaka, Shiodome]


If you're an expert traveler, you can visit most of the highlights in Tokyo on your own. I'm there for you to take you to the places where you'll never make it alone.
Yanaka is one of the places where you can stroll along the narrow winding street and mingle with the local people at the shopping arcade.
Kagurazaka features its labyrinthine stone pavement. Let me show you another narrow secret passage where a floating world still remains.
Shiodome is the most modern part in Tokyo, but not yet the tourist spot. I'll take you to the secret observatory to show you the Tokyo Bay which you'll never be able to experience without my assistance.

[Title] Yanaka and Hidden Gem of Tokyo

[Principal Guide]
Kiyomi Kono

Tour Highlights


  • local shopping arcade and super market
  • many small temples
  • cemetery where the last Shogun's grave locates
  • traditional shops along the street
  • secret alley where small bars concentrate


  • Labyrinthine stone pavement
  • famous secret alleys
  • good restaurant where only local people go


  • secret observatory
  • nice modern architectures
  • the most futuristic area in Tokyo


[Tour Length]

[Available Day & Time]
Everyday 09:00-20:00
*Later starting time like 10:00 suggested due to Yanaka and Kagurazaka's business hours.

[Pick-up & drop-off place]
Your hotel in central Tokyo

Public transportation like underground & above ground, bus and taxi if required


[Price per group (up to 6persons)]

-Item included
An English-speaking guide service provided during sightseeing and transfers

-Item NOT included
Transportation fee :One day ticket costs 1000yen which covers all the subway lines in Tokyo and that will pay off.
Meals and beverage:Most of the casual restaurants serve lunch set menu for 1000yen - 1500yen.
Admission fee: Museums and Some gardens require admission fee.

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  • Model: T002

Current Reviews: 3

This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 30 August, 2011.