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Tokyo Culture Activities

  • Tsukiji Outer Fish Market and Sushi Workshop Sushi-making Experience
    Tsukiji Outer Fish Market and Sushi Workshop
        
    • Guide
    • Meals Included
    • Bus
    • Walking

    How would you like to try making your own sushi? On this tour you can experience hand-shaping and rolling sushi, and of course, tasting your own work of art!

    1. Receive instruction on sushi making from a Tsukiji sushi chef.
    2. The guide will lead the tour around Tsukiji Outer Fish Market and through the many bustling shops. (Please note that the tuna auctions will not be visited on this tour.)
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    • Departs
      Tokyo
    • Visits
      Tokyo, Tsukiji, Kanto
    • Duration
      approx. 4 hours.

    JPY 14,500

    per person

    Details

  • Print your own one of a kind Hokusai T-shirt! Hokusai T-shirt (Photo for illustrative purposes only, courtesy of Kume Co., Ltd.)
    Print your own one of a kind Hokusai T-shirt!
        

    1. Experience T-shirt printing at KUME Co., Ltd, the very first made-in-Japan T-shirt manufacturer.
    2. Choose one of the many available Hokusai prints, which are popular even outside of Japan. Experience printing the design at your preferred placement on a T-shirt of your choice.
    3. Go home with your own original Hokusai T-shirt to show off!
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    • Duration
      approx. 1 days.

    JPY 3,300

    per person

    Details

  • Transform in 5 minutes! Historical Dress-up Experience at Kabuki Photo Studio Oiran & Warrior (Photo courtesy of StudioAlice)
    Transform in 5 minutes! Historical Dress-up Experience at Kabuki Photo Studio
        

    1. Change into an Oiran or Shishi at Kabuki Photo Studio in Kabukiza Tower.
    2. The transformation takes just 5 minutes as costumes are put on over your normal clothes and there is no need for shoes to be removed. This experience is fun and easy, and makeup is not required.
    3. 2 matted photos are provided after the photo shoot (127x178 mm). This plan is popular with international visitors as the photos can be taken home as a souvenir.
    4. 1 photo can also be taken with the customer's own camera.
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    • Duration
      approx. 1 days.

    JPY 3,900

    per person

    Details

  • Experience Tea Ceremony at the Bonsai Museum Tea Ceremony (Photo for illustrative purposes only, courtesy of Japanese Culture Visit)
    Experience Tea Ceremony at the Bonsai Museum
        

    1. The Shunkaen Bonsai Museum is managed by Kunio Kobayashi, who has been named the top bonsai master in Japan four times.
    2. There are three tea rooms in the traditional Japanese house on site. Enjoy an authentic tea ceremony experience.
    3. After observing the meticulous preparations for the tea ceremony, participants will be provided with a cup of matcha green tea and traditional dry sweets.
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    • Duration
      approx. 1 days.

    JPY 4,000

    per person

    Details

  • Experience a Kimono Try-on at the Bonsai Museum Kimono (Photo for illustrative purposes only, courtesy of Japanese Culture Visit)
    Experience a Kimono Try-on at the Bonsai Museum
        

    1. The Shunkaen Bonsai Museum is managed by Kunio Kobayashi, who has been named the top bonsai master in Japan four times.
    2. Enjoy an authentic kimono experience in a Japanese-style room in the traditional Japanese house on site.
    3. A variety of kimono are prepared for participants. Participants may take pictures with backdrops filled with Japanese scenery in the garden and the tokonoma alcove.
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    • Duration
      approx. 1 days.

    JPY 5,000

    per person

    Details

  • Stroll through Ginza in a Kimono Kimono Rental (Photo courtesy of StudioAlice)
    Stroll through Ginza in a Kimono
        

    1. Get dressed in a kimono at the photo studio in Kabukiza Tower, then take a walk through the Ginza area.
    2. Leave your bags in the studio and head out from 10:30 to 18:00 to do whatever strikes your fancy, from seeing a Kabuki performance to eating lunch and shopping in the area.
    3. This plan is offered at a set price of JPY 5,400. This all-in-one price includes the kimono rental, assistance with dressing, and all accessories.
    4. Ladies are not the only ones having a blast on this plan -- male customers and children are more than welcome to try the kimono lineup making for a fun family experience.
    5. Additional options of Hairstyling (JPY 2,160) and Makeup (JPY 1,620) are available by paying an additional fee at location.
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    • Duration
      approx. 1 days.

    JPY 5,400

    per person

    Details

  • Walking Tokyo: Harajuku & Crepes Harajuku ©TCVB
    Walking Tokyo: Harajuku & Crepes
        
    • Guide
    • Walking

    1. Harajuku is known as the center of youth culture in Tokyo. This tour is guided in English, and goes from shops selling miscellaneous goods, accessories, and clothing on Takeshita Street, to the back streets of Harajuku, to the Omotesando Hills building where the streets are lined with zelkova trees.
    2. Walk through Tokyo's fashion capital, Harajuku.
    3. Unique clothing and accessory stores, as well as stores owned by fashion artists line the streets of this popular area.
    4. Enjoy a delicious local Harajuku crepe along the way.
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    • Departs
      Tokyo
    • Visits
      Tokyo, Kanto, Harajuku
    • Duration
      approx. 2 hours.

    JPY 6,500

    per person

    Details

  • Walking Tokyo with Street Food: Edo Kagurazaka & Standing Bar Kagurazaka
    Walking Tokyo with Street Food: Edo Kagurazaka & Standing Bar
        
    • Guide
    • Walking

    Feel the spirit and history of Edo in Kagurazaka. The guide will take participants through the busy shopping areas on Omote-dori street, and past the many refined restaurants tucked away in the alleys, as well as the stone-paved geisha quarter.
    1. Take a guided tour of Kagurazaka, an area that has flourished for 150 years as a geisha district.
    2. While walking down the stone-paved streets with the guide, ponder what the lives of local people might have been like years ago.
    3. Drop by a long-established izakaya bar filled with a Japanese atmosphere and enjoy a glass of refreshing drink and some snacks.
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    • Departs
      Tokyo
    • Visits
      Tokyo, Kanto
    • Duration
      approx. 3 hours.

    JPY 6,600

    per person

    Details

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