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Tokyo: Skytree Admission Ticket

1. Tokyo: Skytree Admission Ticket

Discover unbeatable views of Tokyo from the Tembo Observation Deck of the Tokyo Skytree tower with this admission ticket. Feel the thrill of riding the elevator to an elevation of 350 meters. Choose from ticketing options with or without access to the stunning Tembo Galleria. Arrive at the Tokyo Skytree tower and head up to the 4th floor, where you're greeted by friendly staff. Here, you'll get your ticket and head straight into an elevator that takes you shooting seamlessly up to the 1,150-foot (350-m) Tembo Deck in no time. The enormous, circular deck features windows on all sides, allowing you 360-degree views of Tokyo City. See the winding Sumida River, look for the Tokyo Dome, and even find the Tokyo Tower—interactive displays help you pick out points of interest too. If you choose to visit the Tembo Galleria, hop into another elevator and rush up to the 1,475-foot (450-m) viewing space. The Galleria features a long, sloping spiral ramp that offers an even more dynamic view of the city. On your way back to the ground, stop by Floor 345 to check out the gift shop, and pause at Floor 340 for a dizzying view straight down from a section of sturdy glass flooring.

From Tokyo: Mt. Fuji Full-Day Sightseeing Trip

2. From Tokyo: Mt. Fuji Full-Day Sightseeing Trip

Experience the most famous sightseeing spots around Mount Fuji. Learn about Japanese history and culture while soaking in the dramatic views around Mount Fuji. Depart from Tokyo by bus and arrive at Kawaguchiko Oishi Park where you can capture beautiful photos with lake Kawaguchi and Mount Fuji in the background. Continue to Arakura Sengen Park, located halfway up Mount Arakura in Fujiyoshida in the Yamanashi Prefecture. Take in the panoramic views of the city with Mount Fuji in the background and admire the cherry blossoms. Head to Oshino Hakkai, one of the most famous spots in the Fujisan area, and see the 8 different lakes located there. Taste the water from Mount Fuji. Explore Gotemba Premium Outlets (for tours before the end of April 2023) with plenty of time to shop in Gotemba City and enjoy beautiful views of Mt. Fuji. For tours that take place from May onwards, you will instead visit the 5th Station of Mount Fuji before being dropped back in Shinjuku Subaru.

Tokyo: Tsukiji Outer Market Food and Drink Walking Tour

3. Tokyo: Tsukiji Outer Market Food and Drink Walking Tour

Explore the famous outer area of the Tsukiji Fish Market in Tokyo on a guided tour. Learn about the culinary culture of Tokyo and what the top chefs do on their daily visits to the market. Enjoy a variety of traditional Japanese foods as you explore the market. After meeting your guide, begin your day eating and shopping like a local outside Tokyo's famous Tsukiji Market. Discover why so many of Japan's top chefs visit here daily to pick up the freshest ingredients. Navigate your way through the maze of seafood and learn from your guide about the market's history. Stroll past the many stalls and discover local Japanese foods. Watch as vendors carve massive bluefin tuna. Head to the vibrant stores selling the best quality foods at the outer market. Eat a variety of local foods, ranging from finger foods to delicacies. Learn from your knowledgeable guide the tips about local culinary culture. End the tour at an authentic sushi restaurant with a serving of fresh sushi before heading back to Tsukiji Station.

Tokyo: Sumo Tour with Premium Sumo Tournament Ticket

4. Tokyo: Sumo Tour with Premium Sumo Tournament Ticket

Welcome to the sacred place of Sumo, Ryogoku. Sumo match has been held in Ryogoku since early Edo period, which is about 400 years ago. Therefore, a city of Ryogoku has strong historical connection with Sumo, and most importantly, there is Ryogoku Kokugikan Sumo hall where the grand sumo tournament is held 3 times a year. In this tour, a local guide will take you some historical places of Sumo and share the basic knowledge and fun facts of Sumo to enjoy the Sumo tournament fully. Sumo has a long history and is mentioned in ancient myths featuring Japanese gods. From there, it developed into a Shinto ritual for the nobility and was favored by samurai as a form of training. In the Edo period (1603-1867), sumo became a big entertainment loved by the common people. However, sumo has a long history and because of its strong traditions and customs, there are many rules and cultures that are difficult to enjoy if you don't know them. In this tour, you will visit the Ryogoku Kokugikan directly after the tour, so before going, our guide will explain the history of sumo while walking through the streets of Ryogoku, tipping you to enjoy watching sumo more. First of all, this tour is for people who would like to enjoy Sumo tournament fully and includes S-ranked 2nd-floor Sumo ticket, offering an exceptionally exclusive experience, typically reserved only for citizens of Japan. Through this tour, we walk around a city of Ryogoku, a sacred place for sumo, and will take you to several places where our guide give you cultural and historical tips to enjoy the Sumo tournament at last. We will start explaining with the basic rules of sumo and the relationship between Ryogoku and sumo. Afterwards, we will share more and more by walking through the town. After walking around Ryogoku city, we will take you to a restaurant where you can eat chanko-nabe, the traditional meal eaten by sumo wrestlers to build their huge and strong bodies. The restaurant is also decorated with equipment worn by sumo wrestlers, and by eating the same lunch as the wrestlers, you will understand the secret of their strength. During lunch, our guide will give you some quizes about what you should know in order to enjoy the Sumo match more deeply. After enjoying chanko-nabe hotpot, we will walk around Ryogoku a little more. We will stop at a sumo souvenir store and a Japanese sweets store, both of which are only available here, and then head to the Ryogoku Kokugikan. This is the time when the higher-ranked rikishi enter the Ryogoku Kokugikan, so if you are lucky, you may be able to see them up close. We have prepared premium tickets for you in the S seats on the second floor, which is located at the first three rows from the front. Once you are here, all you have to do is to enjoy the sumo match as much as you want based on the knowledge you have gained from the tour!

Sushi Making Experience in Tokyo! Cooking Class in Asakusa

5. Sushi Making Experience in Tokyo! Cooking Class in Asakusa

Our shop opened in 2022 with the theme of "Japanese cuisine" and "experience". In this cooking class, we will teach you how to make sushi straight from the beginning! We will also give a lecture on how to practice at home, not just in the classroom. You might be able to have a sushi party with nigiri sushi at home! The ingredients are the real taste that was served at the sushi shop at the counter! This is a course where you can kill two birds with one stone by learning how to make delicious sushi. We will prepare dishes while learning about the history of Asakusa and the history of sushi together with staff who can speak English and have a lot of overseas experience. Groups of 1 to a maximum of 30 people can also participate. In addition, it is a course recommended for families with children because it is a content that can be experienced by small children. It is a plan that allows participants to have fun while communicating with each other. We would be happy if we could create fun memories together while enjoying the scenery of Asakusa, which is full of downtown atmosphere. We are looking forward to your reservation. Please feel free to join us.

Tokyo Disneyland 1-Day Passport

6. Tokyo Disneyland 1-Day Passport

Immerse yourself in the world of beloved Disney stories at Tokyo Disneyland with a full-day entry ticket and skip-the-line privileges. Visit seven themed lands that feature seasonal decorations and parades. Ride thrilling attractions and see dazzling shows. Skip the ticket lines to immediately start enjoying the park's outdoor and indoor activities including rides, games, sports, shops, and eateries. Walk the resort’s colorful avenues filled with shops and stop at one of the restaurants to experience Japan's unique spirit of hospitality. Step into the enchanting tale of the Beauty and the Beast, stroll through Cinderella's castle, enjoy a ride with Baymax, hop on a double-decker bus to tour the park, paddle in a canoe, or challenge friends at the arcade. Enjoy a variety of things to do for everyone in your group.

Tokyo: Private Personalized Local Food Tour

7. Tokyo: Private Personalized Local Food Tour

Uncover Tokyo's best-kept culinary secrets with our tailored 3-hour food tour! While most tours trap you in tourist-filled eateries, we immerse you in authentic local spots where Tokyoites relish their meals. Experience Asakusa, a blend of tradition and modernity. Navigate the neighborhood's inviting alleyways brimming with locally-loved izakaya. Relish in the nostalgic atmosphere while savoring dishes like “monjayaki”, a runny pancake beloved by locals, and a refreshing hoppy. Or venture to Nakano. Famed for its otaku culture, it's also a culinary hotspot, home to diverse izakayas serving various dishes. Savor mouth-watering “tsukune” (chicken meatballs), delicate tofu with bonito flakes, and much more. If you're craving a truly off-the-beaten-path experience, Kichijoji awaits. A favorite among Tokyoites for its relaxed vibe, you'll find a range of inviting izakaya offering local specialties like yakitori and seasonal dishes. On this culinary journey, you'll taste 8-10 unique foods and drinks at 2-3 handpicked izakaya. But remember, this isn't a one-size-fits-all tour. This is your gastronomic adventure, customized to satiate your taste buds. You won't find cookie-cutter tourist traps here; we're all about genuine flavors and local haunts. Are you ready to eat and drink like a local in Tokyo?

Tokyo: Guided Walking Tour of Tsukiji Market with Breakfast

8. Tokyo: Guided Walking Tour of Tsukiji Market with Breakfast

Enjoy a tasting of Japanese street food for breakfast as you walk through the busy streets of the famous Tsukiji Outer Market in Tokyo on a guided tour. Savor a variety of freshly prepared fish and meat specialties while learning about the local culture. Begin your tour at the main gate of Tsukiji Hongwanji Temple and admire its unique ancient Buddhist-inspired architecture from the exterior. Venture to Tsukiji Outer Market, one of the largest wholesale fish markets in the world and a popular destination among food lovers. Marvel at the market's charismatic workers and unusual products as you pass by restaurants, shops, stalls, and other businesses. During your visit, delight your palate with 7 tastings that will include grilled seafood or beef skewers, a Japanese-style omelette, tuna sandwiches, fried fish paste skewers, a drink, a sample of Japanese tea, and a sample of dashi soup stock.

Tokyo: DisneySea 1-Day Passport

9. Tokyo: DisneySea 1-Day Passport

Immerse in the world of beloved Disney stories at Tokyo DisneySea. Start your visit to Tokyo DisneySea - an easy one-day destination from the city - from Tokyo Station. Experience an unforgettable getaway with Tokyo DisneySea. Discover the myths and legends of the seas at Tokyo DisneySea. Then, ride thrilling attractions and see dazzling shows. Next, walk the resort’s colorful avenues filled with shops. Stop in at one of the restaurants and experience Japan's unique spirit of hospitality.

Tokyo: Traditional Yakatabune Dinner Cruise & Shamisen Show

10. Tokyo: Traditional Yakatabune Dinner Cruise & Shamisen Show

Listen as a talented performer plucks the strings of the traditional shamisen while cruising Tokyo Bay at night on this guided cruise on board a Yakatabune boat. Upgrade your experience with options that include king crab and unlimited beer and sake. Discover on a magical journey in Tokyo Bay aboard a Yakatabune houseboat with a history dating back to the Heian period (794-1185) and which was used for entertainment by nobles and merchants during the Edo period (1603-1868). Indulge in scenic views while comfortably seated on the boat's rooftop. Be mesmerized as a skilled shamisen performer fills the night air with enchanting melodies. Embarking and disembarking on Tokyo Bay is made effortless, allowing travelers to fully enjoy the serene atmosphere. Sit inside cabin where delectable Japanese cuisine awaits, treating guests to a delightful culinary journey. On the upper deck, a spacious open-air viewing platform awaits, leading to a uniquely designed outdoor observation area where the beauty of Tokyo Bay unfolds before your eyes. Soak up the tranquil and leisurely atmosphere of the daytime or the dazzling and romantic allure of the night, it always evokes a unique sense of excitement. The traditional Japanese interior has a unique charm with the background of lanterns. Return to your starting point at the end of the cruise.

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4.4 / 5

based on 3,230 reviews

Our guide A was beyond exceptional! We just loved her. She is kind, generous, helped us to navigate a complex ticket purchase that had stumped us (which was not easy), and took us all over Tokyo in a day. An also took us to the most delicious sushi lunch I’ve ever had. This was a ten-star tour thanks to a top-notch and friendly guide. Thank you so much for everything An!! From Zoila, Tyler, and Luke

Great experience, well organised, (we were met at the meeting point with a sign) ,authentic, we learned a lot about Asakusa area in an hour and a bit! We had blankets and our seats in the rickshaw had heating pads, so we were not cold despite it being February! Our guide Yuki was very knowledgeable and took great pictures of our family ! Definitely recommend!

Ivana was our photographer in Tokyo and the photos of my mum and i turned out very well capturing both posed and candid photos the way we wanted. She is professional and easy to work with and she knew all the best places to capture those memories though some walking required. We had a lot of fun throughout. Highly recommend this activity!

Definitely worth the money! Everywhere you go, you'll have beautiful views of Mt Fuji (provided it's a clear day), the outlets included. The guide was charming and informative, and the driver was professional.

It’s a pretty chill tour and it’s perfect get away day from the city.