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Found 6 tours that visit Shinjuku

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

    1. Feel the spirit and history of Edo in Kagurazaka. The National Government Licensed English Guide Interpreter 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.

    2. Long ago, this entertainment district was where many geisha houses could be found. Today, the area is known for having many shops where visitors can interact with geisha. On this tour, enjoy a guided walk around Kagurazaka, an area that has flourished for 150 years as a geisha district.
    3. While walking down the stone-paved streets with the guide, ponder what the lives of local people might have been like centuries ago.
    4. Drop by a long-established izakaya bar located in a 64-year-old traditional Japanese house filled with a Japanese atmosphere, and enjoy a refreshing drink and a snack.
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    • Departs
      Tokyo
    • Visits
      Tokyo, Shinjuku
    • Duration
      approx. 3 hours.

    JPY 6,600

    per person

    Details

  • Evening Tour of Kabukicho and Shinjuku Golden Gai with Bar Experience Kabukicho, Shinjuku
    Evening Tour of Kabukicho and Shinjuku Golden Gai with Bar Experience
        
    • Guide
    • Walking

    1. This walking tour with a National Government Licensed English Guide Interpreter will visit both major spots of Shinjuku, Japan’s largest entertainment district, as well as other lesser known spots.
    Located in the Shinjuku area, Kabukicho is Japan's largest entertainment district and is home to many restaurants, amusement facilities and movie theaters. Glowing with neon lights every night, it is known as the city that never sleeps. The tour will head to little known "hole-in-the-wall" spots such as the Golden Gai which houses many small bars.
    2. Located in Shinjuku's Kabukicho, Shinjuku Golden Gai is a small yet bustling area with over 200 bars and shops.
    It is well known as a place where authors, film directors, and other people of culture spend the night drinking. Enjoy a free beverage in Golden Gai.
    3. To finish off the tour head through Omoide Yokocho, a small neighborhood reminiscent of Japan's Showa Era (1926-1989).
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    • Departs
      Tokyo
    • Visits
      Tokyo, Shinjuku
    • Duration
      approx. 2 hours.

    from JPY 5,500

    to JPY 5,900

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    per person

    Details

  • Walking Tour: Fashion District Harajuku & Crepes Tour (Photo for illustrative purposes only)
    Walking Tour: Fashion District Harajuku & Crepes
        
    • Guide
    • Walking

    1. Harajuku is known as the center of youth culture in Tokyo. This tour is guided by a National Government Licensed English Guide Interpreter, 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. Take a stroll around Harajuku, a popular place among Japan's youth where they sport pop, lolita, and other latest fashion trends.
    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. Harajuku crepes are cute and colorful with a sweet aroma, making them popular among tourists. Select your favorite ingredients from whipped cream, fruits, cakes, cookies and more! Enjoy Harajuku's specialty on this tour. *Only crepes priced JPY 500 or less are selectable.
    5. Each customer will receive 1 squishy! Squishies are the current craze in Japan. These slow-rising squeeze toys and keychains shaped like food or other everyday items are loaded with cuteness. *See Remarks 10 (2018 only)
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    • Departs
      Tokyo
    • Visits
      Tokyo, Shinjuku
    • Duration
      approx. 2 hours.

    JPY 6,900

    per person

    Details

  • Walking Tour: Edo Kagurazaka & Sake Bar Kagurazaka
    Walking Tour: Edo Kagurazaka & Sake Bar
        
    • Guide

    1. Feel the spirit and history of Edo with a visit to Kagurazaka, where the accompanying National Government Licensed English Guide Interpreter will provide guidance. There are many places to see such as the busy shopping areas on Omote-dori street, the many refined restaurants tucked away in the alleys, as well as the stone-paved geisha quarter.

    2. The geisha quarter is an entertainment district where many geisha houses could be found long ago. Today, the area is known for having many shops where visitors can interact with geisha. While walking down the stone-paved streets with the guide, ponder what the lives of local people might have been like centuries ago.
    3. For the last stop on the tour, customers will be going to a sake bar! Enjoy sake from breweries all over the country at a bar with a distinctly adult atmosphere.
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    • Departs
      Tokyo
    • Visits
      Tokyo, Shinjuku
    • Duration
      approx. 2 hours.

    JPY 6,900

    per person

    Details

  • 1-Day Bus Tour: Tokyo's Best Cherry Blossom Spots Tokyo Tower & Cherry Blossoms (Photo for illustrative purposes only) ©TOKYO TOWER
    1-Day Bus Tour: Tokyo's Best Cherry Blossom Spots
        
    • Guide
    • Meals Included
    • Bus
    • Walking

    1. Visit Tokyo's most popular cherry blossom viewing sites on this 1-day bus tour, accompanied by a National Government Licensed English Guide Interpreter. The tour includes visits to some of Japan's most famous cherry blossom viewing sites including Showa Kinen Park and Shinjuku Gyoen, as well as sightseeing around some of Tokyo's most iconic landmarks such as Tokyo Tower.
    2. Inside Showa Kinen Park, admire a scenic landscape formed by roughly 200 cherry trees and an expansive lawn. When in season, tulips and rape blossoms can also be seen blooming radiantly.
    3. Head up 150 meters to the Tokyo Tower observation deck to take in the never-ending cityscape and the stunning carpet of cherry blossoms down below.
    4. Opened in 1906, Shinjuku Gyoen is a Japanese garden created for the Imperial Family. French, English, and Japanese style gardening all show their characteristics at this spacious garden which is representative of modern Western-style gardens cultivated in Japan in the Meiji period (1868-1912), and considered a masterpiece among the few landscape style gardens in Japan. The garden features 1,100 cherry blossom trees of about 65 types, plum trees, azaleas, Yoshino cherry, and many other colorful blossoms.
    5. For lunch enjoy an authentic meal of Japanese cuisine at traditional-style restaurant Mumonan. Have a relaxing time and get away from the hustle and bustle of the city with a meal at this purely Japanese-style restaurant. *Remarks No. 5
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    • Departs
      Tokyo
    • Visits
      Tokyo, Tokyo Tower, Shinjuku
    • Duration
      approx. 8 hours.

    JPY 11,000

    per person

    Details

  • 1-Day Bus Tour: Tokyo's Best Cherry Blossom Spots & Sumida River Nighttime Cherry Blossom Cruise Tokyo Tower & Cherry Blossoms (Photo for illustrative purposes only) ©TOKYO TOWER
    1-Day Bus Tour: Tokyo's Best Cherry Blossom Spots & Sumida River Nighttime Cherry Blossom Cruise
        
    • Guide
    • Meals Included
    • Bus
    • Walking

    1. Visit Tokyo's most popular cherry blossom viewing sites on this 1-day bus tour, accompanied by a National Government Licensed English Guide Interpreter. The tour includes visits to some of Japan's most famous cherry blossom viewing sites including Showa Kinen Park and Shinjuku Gyoen, as well as sightseeing around some of Tokyo's most iconic landmarks such as Tokyo Tower. Also, board a Sumida River cherry blossom viewing boat in the evening for a nighttime cruise.
    2. Inside Showa Kinen Park, admire a scenic landscape formed by roughly 200 cherry trees and an expansive lawn. When in season, tulips and rape blossoms can also be seen blooming radiantly.
    3. Head up 150 meters to the Tokyo Tower observation deck to take in the never-ending cityscape and the stunning carpet of cherry blossoms down below.
    4. Opened in 1906, Shinjuku Gyoen is a Japanese garden created for the Imperial Family. French, English, and Japanese style gardening all show their characteristics at this spacious garden which is representative of modern Western-style gardens cultivated in Japan in the Meiji period (1868-1912), and considered a masterpiece among the few landscape style gardens in Japan. The garden features 1,100 cherry blossom trees of about 65 types, plum trees, azaleas, Yoshino cherry, and many other colorful blossoms.
    5. For lunch enjoy an authentic meal of Japanese cuisine at traditional-style restaurant Mumonan. Have a relaxing time and get away from the hustle and bustle of the city with a meal at this purely Japanese-style restaurant. *Remarks No. 5
    6. The Sumida River nighttime cherry blossom cruise departs from Asakusa and lasts for about 45 minutes. Cherry blossoms bloom brilliantly on both sides of the Sumida River. Also, on board savor a light bento box meal made specially for this cruise from the long-established Japanese restaurant "Asakusa Imahan." Select 1 drink from non-alcoholic beverages, beer, or canned chuhai (shochu highball).
     
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    • Departs
      Tokyo
    • Visits
      Tokyo Tower, Shinjuku, Tokyo
    • Duration
      approx. 10 hours.

    JPY 14,000

    per person

    Details

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