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Tour Areas and Plans

Tour Areas and Plans

Highlight Tours

We offer you the most popular tours around Tokyo, click a tour code to see the details!
Tour Code A-1/A-2
The Imperial Palace/Marunouchi/Tokyo Station
Tour Code B-1/B-2
Kanda Shrine/Akihabara
Tour Code C-1/C-2
Ueno Cultural Park/Ameyoko
Tour Code D-1/D-2
Sensoji Temple, Kappabashi Cooking Tool District, Tokyo Skytree
Tour Code E-1/E-2
Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building/Shinjuku Gyoen/Kabukicho
Tour Code F-1/F-2
Yanesen Old Towns/Nezu Shrine
Tour Code G-1/G-2
Meiji Shrine/Harajuku Takeshita Street/Shibuya Crossing
Tour Code H-1/H-2
Ginza Kabukiza Theater/Tsukiji Hongan-jiTemple/Tsukiji Outer Market
Tour Code I-1/I-2
Hama Detached Palace Gardens/ Odaiba Waterfront

* We will start to take your tour requests in fall, 2022.
We offer you the most popular tours around Tokyo, click a tour code to see the details!
Send us your tour request in July. Our guide will talk to you soon!

1 Highlight Tours

Check our popular tour plans in the morning (from A-1 to 1H), or in the afternoon (from A-2 to H-2).
Click a tour code for the details and send us your tour request!

Tour Code A-1 (10:00-13:00), A-2 (13:00-16:00) Tokyo/Marunouchi Area
Tour Highlights The Imperial Palace East Gardens ⇒ Marunouchi Business District ⇒ Tokyo Station
Quick Feature Description Enjoy the history of the former Edo Castle site, Tokugawa Shogunate’s political capital in the 17th century. Stroll around the Marunouchi business district with high-rise buildings to Tokyo Station, an Important Cultural Property.
Time Duration and Charge 3 hours (10:00-13:00 or 13:00-16:00) , 3000 yen
Tour Code B-1 (10:00-13:00), B-2 (13:00-16:00) Kanda/Akihabara Area
Tour Highlights Kanda Shrine ⇒ Akihabara
Quick Feature Description Kanda Shrine (Kanda Myojin), a Tangible Cultural Property, popular with its magnificent entrance gate, the main shrine building in the ancient Japanese architecture style. Explore Akihabara and get lost in their deep culture with maid or animal cafes, best ramens, capsule toys, PC goods, etc.
Time Duration and Charge 3 hours (10:00-13:00 or 13:00-16:00) , 3000 yen
Tour Code C-1 (10:00-13:00), C-2 (13:00-16:00) Ueno/Ameyoko Area
Tour Highlights Ueno Cultural Park ⇒ Ameyoko Shopping Street
Quick Feature Description Ueno Park is officially called Ueno Imperial Gift Park. It includes academic and cultural institutions like the Tokyo National Museum, the National Museum of Western Art (a World Heritage Site), and Ueno Zoo. Ueno Toshogu Shrine is dedicated to deified Tokugawa shoguns. Ameyoko shopping street lies 500 m between stations with a variety of goods, also a place for popular local food.
Time Duration and Charge 3 hours (10:00-13:00 or 13:00-16:00) , 3000 yen
Tour Code D-1 (10:00-13:00), D-2 (13:00-16:00) Asakusa Area
Tour Highlights Kappabashi Kitchen Tool District ⇒ Sensoji Temple ⇒ Tokyo Skytree
Quick Feature Description Kappabashi Shopping Street is a great tourist attraction for its plastic food samples, Western and Japanese cutlery, kitchenware. Sensoji Temple, the oldest temple in Tokyo, is a symbol of Asakusa with its thunder gate.
Tokyo Skytree, the tallest (634 m) steel-constructed free-standing tower in the world, provides a view from the highest point in Tokyo.
Time Duration and Charge 3 hours (10:00-13:00 or 13:00-16:00) , 3000 yen
Tour Code E-1 (10:00-13:00), E-2 (13:00-16:00) Shinjuku Area
Tour Highlights Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building ⇒ Shinjuku Gyoen ⇒ Kabukicho
Quick Feature Description Enjoy a bird’s-eye view from the 45th floor of the Government Office Building.Shinjuku Gyoen is a large landscape garden, which used to be a feudal daimyo’s mansion.
The Kabukicho entertainment district is on the east side of Shinjuku.
Time Duration and Charge 3 hours (10:00-13:00 or 13:00-16:00) , 3000 yen
Tour Code F-1 (10:00-13:00), F-2 (13:00-16:00) Yanesen Old Towns Area
Tour Highlights Yanaka Cemetary ⇒ Yanaka Ginza ⇒ Nezu Shrine
Quick Feature Description Yanaka Cemetary’s most visited tomb is that of Tokugawa Yoshinobu, the last shogun.
Yanaka Ginza is one of Tokyo’s old town neighborhoods with traditional shops for food and other daily stuff. Nezu Shrine, an Important Cultural Property was built in the 18th century. Surrounded by forest, it is popular with a row of small torii gates.
Time Duration and Charge 3 hours (10:00-13:00 or 13:00-16:00) , 3000 yen
Tour Code G-1 (10:00-13:00), G-2 (13:00-16:00) Harajuku/Shibuya Area
Tour Highlights Meiji Shrine ⇒ Harajuku Takeshita Street ⇒ Shibuya Crossing
Quick Feature Description Meiji Shrine is a Shinto shrine that enshrines the spirit of Emperor Meiji since 1920.
The shrine is in a forest of over 120,000 trees, which has grown into a natural forest.
Walking through Takeshita Dori, a mecca for trendy fashions and eateries is fun and an eye-opening event. Try your luck walking without bumping into anyone on the diagonal intersection, or Shibuya Crossing!
Time Duration and Charge 3 hours (10:00-13:00 or 13:00-16:00) , 3000 yen
Tour Code H-1 (10:00-13:00), H-2 (13:00-16:00) Ginza/Tsukiji Area
Tour Highlights Kabukiza Theater ⇒ Tsukiji Hongan-ji Temple ⇒ Tsukiji Outer Market
Quick Feature Description Kabukiza Theater, built in the 19th century has been presenting most traditional kabuki drams. Now the 4-story theater with Kabukiza Tower and a high-rise building in the back. There are cafes, restaurants, souvenir shops, and a gallery.
Tsukiji Hongan-ji Temple has unique architectural styles from Buddhism, Hinduism, and Islam. The main hall is among designated Important Cultural Properties.
Tsukiji Outer Market is a popular destination for sushi bars and stand-up eateries with all kinds of food. Watch a tuna cutting show in front of shops.
Time Duration and Charge 3 hours (10:00-13:00 or 13:00-16:00) , 3000 yen
Tour Code I-1 (10:00-13:00), I-2 (13:00-16:00) Waterfront Area
Tour Highlights Hama Detached Palace Gardens ⇒ Odaiba Waterfront Development Island
Quick Feature Description Hama Detached Palace Gardens, once a detached residence of Tokugawa shoguns’ and a Detached Palace for the Imperial family, is now a large Japanese landscape garden on the waterfront. The short travel through Rainbow Bridge by the New Transit Yurikamome over Tokyo Bay is exciting. Odaiba was originally reclaimed in defense of old Tokyo, Edo in the 19th century, now a big tourist attraction site for shopping, food, amusement arcades, museums, digital art shows, and more!
Time Duration and Charge 3 hours (10:00-13:00 or 13:00-16:00) , 3000 yen

2 Optional Plans-Community Fun Activities

Optional plans, “Community Fun Activities in Jimbocho”

We have many popular spots in the neighborhoods in Chiyoda. Jimbocho, for instance, is famous as Book Town (the world’s largest antiquarian bookstore district) with about 200 book stores. But the district is not just for book lovers; a foodie destination for long-established restaurants to try soba-noodles, eel, tempura, ramen, sushi, and curry! You can try some typical Japanese food for lunch at Izakaya bar and perhaps a little sake!! There are nostalgic cafes to have a break, an array of sports gear shops to look around. All you have to do is to choose one of the optional activities and leave a note in the tour request form like, “I’m interested in old books”, or “I’m interested in trying Japanese sake in Jimbocho Izakaya”, and it will be included in your tour.
Check here! (https://www.gotokyo.org/jp/destinations/central-tokyo/kanda-and-jimbocho/index.html)

Jimbocho Book Town
Used Book Festival
Jimbocho Curry Shops
European-style Curry
Izakaya Bars
Value meals for lunch
Try Japanese sake
Standing sake bar (Kanda)
Belt Conveyor sushi
Jimbocho kaiten-sushi bar
Jimbocho ramen shops
Jimbocho popular ramen spots
Jimbocho is located within a 20-minute-walk from the Imperial Palace in Chiyoda City

Our Service Policies

  • Our service is available daily, use our reservation system.
  • Be sure to book one month to two weeks before the tour date.
  • Guide Service charge: 3,000 yen for a 3-hour tour for up to 5 people in your group.
  • We will send you a message as soon as your guide is assigned to your tour.
  • Cancel Policies: Your cancellation should be made by two days before the tour date, so that a refund is made.
  • Plans don’t include a lunch break, but if you want to have lunch with your guides, you are to pay for them.
  • You are expected to pay for, transportation and admission fees (if any) for yourselves and your guides during the tour.

How to Use Our Service

How does our offer and plans sound?
If you are interested in one of them, please send us a tour request form. If you have any questions, do not hesitate to email us at kimie@chiyoda-welcomers.com.
Please note that we are very flexible about spots, food, areas and time. We are always ready to make arrangements so that things will work for you. Thank you so much, talk to you soon :)

Regarding the protection of personal information

Any personal information provided in your tour request form will never be shared with any third party. We will comply with personal information confidentiality obligations and never use your personal information except for our tour service activities under the administrator’s supervision.