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Photogenic Mount Fuji and The Itchiku Kubota Art Museum by private car

Photogenic Mount Fuji and The Itchiku Kubota Art Museum by private car - Tokyo, Japan

Duration: 12 hours
Location: Tokyo, Japan

From USD
$1070.08

This private tour is aimed at photogenic travelers who would like to visit hidden local gems inaccessible by the large tour busses. You will be picked up at your hotel in Tokyo by a private car and driven to Mt ... More info ›

This private tour is aimed at photogenic travelers who would like to visit hidden local gems inaccessible by the large tour busses. You will be picked up at your hotel in Tokyo by a private car and driven to Mt. Fuji Region. Your first stop is Asama Sengen Shrine where you can have a glimpse of a bright red pagoda with Mt. Fuji in the background. You will then make a visit to The Itchiku Kubota Art Museum that has a vast collection of Mt. Fuji-inspired kimonos. You will enjoy Mt. Fuji from another angle at Lake Kawaguchi, one of the most scenic lakes of the Fuji Five Lakes. You will also enjoy hoto (thick flat noodles in miso soup) at a local restaurant near the lake. The last stop before heading back to Tokyo is a local sake brewery where you can sample a variety of locally produced rice wines. Maximum of 8 travelers. Please select an appropriate tour based on your group size.

This private tour is aimed at photogenic travelers who would like to visit hidden local gems inaccessible by the large tour busses. You will be picked up at your hotel in Tokyo by a private car and driven to Mt. Fuji Region. Your first stop is Asama Sengen Shrine where you can have a glimpse of a bright red pagoda with Mt. Fuji in the background. You will then make a visit to The Itchiku Kubota Art Museum that has a vast collection of Mt. Fuji-inspired kimonos. You will enjoy Mt. Fuji from another angle at Lake Kawaguchi, one of the most scenic lakes of the Fuji Five Lakes. You will also enjoy hoto (thick flat noodles in miso soup) at a local restaurant near the lake. The last stop before heading back to Tokyo is a local sake brewery where you can sample a variety of locally produced rice wines. The tour is limited to a maximum of four participants and complimentary Wi-Fi is available throughout the tour so you can share your photos real time with your families and friends back home. Admission to the shrine, museum and sake brewery is included but lunch is at your own expense. Drop-off at Shin-Fuji Station is available with no extra charge for those who are continuing their trip to West Japan such as Kyoto. Please consult with the tour operator on the approximate arrival time and the luggage capacity in the car if you wish to opt for this option.

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Private Tour: Nikko Guided Full-Day Tour from Tokyo by Limited Express Train

Private Tour: Nikko Guided Full-Day Tour from Tokyo by Limited Express Train - Tokyo, Japan

Duration: 9 hours
Location: Tokyo, Japan

From USD
$245.57

Book this full-day private guided walking tour to visit Nikko, the cultural and historical area, from Tokyo by Limited Express Train. You will see the historical architecture at Toshogu Shrine and hidden part of Nikko while walking ... More info ›

Book this full-day private guided walking tour to visit Nikko, the cultural and historical area, from Tokyo by Limited Express Train. You will see the historical architecture at Toshogu Shrine and hidden part of Nikko while walking. Sake Brewery is also available as an option.

  • Meet your guide at 8:00AM. 
  • Arrive at Asakusa Station by 8:50AM and jump on your limited express train heading to Nikko, a beautiful city know for its culture and history.
  • 9:00AM Express train leaves Asakusa Station for Nikko
  • 10:50AM Arrive Nikko 
  • 11:20AM Visit Nikko Toshogu Shrine/Rinnoji Temple.  Nikko Toshogu Shrine was built for one of the most famous generals in the Japanese history - Ieyasu Tokugawa. General Tokugawa died in early 1600's and his body was buried in Nikko. His son, Hidetada Tokugawa, built a mausoleum in Nikko, which was completed in 1617. However, the mausoleum was quite small so that his grand son, Iemitsu Tokugawa, re-built it in 1636. Because of this re-building, many craftsmanship, such as carpenter, painter, and sculptor came to Nikko. The construction costed about 16 billion yen (About USD160M) and spent nearly 1.5 years with 454 million people. In this shrine, in addition to Ieyasu Tokugawa, Yoritomo Minamoto and Hideyoshi Toyotomi are also enshrined. Also, there are 8 national treasures and 55 important cultural properties in this shrine.
  • 1:30PM Lunch at Nikko station (own expense)
  • 3:00PM Visit Watanabe Sahira Sake Brewery.  Sake is now world-famous Japanese alcohol and you can buy all kinds of sake almost everywhere in the world, but you have to taste the sake at this local brewery. Enjoy the VIP access to Watanabe Sahira Sake Brewery in Nikko and the sake master/brewer will give you tour for you. This is a perfect opportunity to learn A to Z about sake and you will be able to taste some of them. They are making sake between November and March, so you will actually be able to see the sake manufacturing process if you travel in the sake making season.
  • 4:23PM Leave Nikko and return to Tokyo. Arrive at Asakusa Station in Tokyo around 6:15PM

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Private Tour: Experience Traditional Japanese Story Telling "Rakugo" in Tokyo

Private Tour: Experience Traditional Japanese Story Telling

Duration: 60 minutes
Location: Tokyo, Japan

From USD
$1617.34

Profesional Rakugo speaker performs only for you. Feel free to ask any question about history of Rakugo to the speaker ... More info ›

Profesional Rakugo speaker performs only for you. Feel free to ask any question about history of Rakugo to the speaker. Don't miss this exclusive chance!

Do you know Rakugo?

Rakugo is a traditional story telling entertainment performed by one person.
Speaker acts several roles with original and unique gesture and hand gesture on the stage.
Since Japanese unique representation and satire is used for Rakugo's story, it was thought that translation to another language is very hard.
It is quite difficult to find an opportunity to listen to Rakugo in English in Japan; however, we can arrange a bilingual Rakugo performer privately.

In this program, a professional Rakugo speaker will perform just for you.
This will certainly be a memorable experience of your trip by laughing and leaning one of famous Japanese tradition.

What you will experience:
1. Self-introduction of Rakugo speaker
2. Explanation of Rakugo (How to perform)
3. Appreciation of 2 stories
4. Photo shooting with Rakugo speaker

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Private Tour: Visit Nada Sake Brewery from Kobe

Private Tour: Visit Nada Sake Brewery from Kobe - Kobe, Japan

Duration: 4 hours 30 minutes
Location: Kobe, Japan

From USD
$530.73

Book this private tour and visit the famous sake brewery Nada Sake to learn A to Z about sake! In addition to the brewery, you will also visit brewer's rice farm, sake barrel artisan for "Komo" Barrels for sake, and the Japanese-style sake storehouse. Learn the best way to appreciate the sophisticated taste of sake from your local guide and enjoy sake tasting ... More info ›

Book this private tour and visit the famous sake brewery Nada Sake to learn A to Z about sake! In addition to the brewery, you will also visit brewer's rice farm, sake barrel artisan for "Komo" Barrels for sake, and the Japanese-style sake storehouse. Learn the best way to appreciate the sophisticated taste of sake from your local guide and enjoy sake tasting. This tour also includes the service of making a reservation for one of the most popular local restaurants for you to enjoy the local food by the end of the tour.

You will be picked up by your friendly guide at your hotel in Kobe in the morning or afternoon and start your adventure of learning everything about sake brewing in the famous Nada Gogo area.

Nada Gogo is a perfect place for sake production. To produce high quality sake, there are 4 important elements: 1) Hard water with high minerals (called "Miya-mizu" in Japanese), 2) High quality rice called "Yamada-Nishiki", 3) Master sake brewer (called "To-ji"), and 4) Cold wind from mountain. Especially local people called the wind "Rokko Oroshi" and, in the winter, cold "Rokko Oroshi"  wind blows from Mt. Rokko nearby Nada area. This cold wind brings the temperature down and is vital for sake brewing. Many storehouses are constructed in order to accomodate the cold wind. This tour will take you to the rice fields that is making "Yamada-nishiki", the high quality rice made specifically for sake production and farmers who are making "Komo" Barrels for sake. Also visit the Japanese-style sake storehouse. Later witness the conscientious skills of artisans making sake in Nada Gogo followed by the sake tasting. Learn the best way to appreciate the sophisticated taste of sake from your guide.

After learning everything about sake, it's time to enjoy some good food. You will be dropped off at one of the most popular local restaurants in the "izakaya (tavern)" style called "Sennin Daikan". The reservation will be made for you in advance and all you need to do is to enjoy the sake and delicious food (at your own expense) (Lunch starts from JPY 1,000 per person and dinner starts from JPY 4,000 per person).

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Private Full-Day Nagasaki Tour by Public Transport

Private Full-Day Nagasaki Tour by Public Transport - Nagasaki, Japan

Duration: 8 hours
Location: Nagasaki, Japan

From USD
$120.13

See the highlights of Nagasaki on an 8-hour guided tour with transportation by public transit system. Visit the Nagasaki Peace Park, the Nagasaki Atomic Bomb Museum, go to the former settlement of Dutch traders, journey back to the Edo era at Dejima, and more ... More info ›

See the highlights of Nagasaki on an 8-hour guided tour with transportation by public transit system. Visit the Nagasaki Peace Park, the Nagasaki Atomic Bomb Museum, go to the former settlement of Dutch traders, journey back to the Edo era at Dejima, and more. Private tour is limited to a maximum of ten people. Please advise your desired departure location upon booking.

After a morning pickup from your hotel, make your way to Dejima, built in the 17th century to constrain foreign traders as part of the Edo-era sakoku (a self-imposed isolationist policy). During the Edo period, the government banished all foreigners from Japan, but Dejima was an exception, opened to the world as a Dutch trading post on a fan-shaped, man-made island in Nagasaki port.

Take a look at the Catholic Ōura Church from outside. Then, head to Oranda-zaka, also known as the Dutch Slope for its pleasant hillside flagstone streets that were settled by Dutch merchants in the late 19th century. You’ll also see the western-style house at Higashi-Yamate 12.

Admire the Meganebashi (Megane Bridge) over Nakashima River after a visit to Glover Garden. Built for a Scottish merchant in the 19th century, the park contains the oldest existing western-style house in Japan. The structure is often called the Madame Butterfly House for its resemblance to Puccini’s opera.

Continue to Nagasaki Peace Park, which was built to commemorate the atomic bombing of the city on August 9, 1945. See the adjacent Nagasaki Atomic Bomb Museum near the center of the historic event. Then, finish with a 5pm drop-off at your hotel or another Nagasaki location of your choice. Read the Itinerary for approximate timings through the day.

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Private Sapporo Custom One-Day Tour by Chartered Vehicle

Private Sapporo Custom One-Day Tour by Chartered Vehicle  - Sapporo, Japan

Duration: 8 hours
Location: Sapporo, Japan

From USD
$653.69

This is a private tour by chartered vehicle with driver. Charter either a limousine, van, or bus for your group ... More info ›

This is a private tour by chartered vehicle with driver. Charter either a limousine, van, or bus for your group. Visit the city highlights at your own pace.

Enjoy Sapporo on this private tour. Flexibility to customize your itinerary to your own preferences.

Recommended Itinerary:
- Hokkaido Prefectural Office
The Former Hokkaido Government Building, nicknamed Akarenga or “red brick,” was constructed in 1888 in the Neo-Baroque style. It is an exemplar of Meiji architecture and the forecourt is now like an oasis for visitors.

- Sapporo Beer Museum
The museum introduces the history of one of the oldest and most popular beer brands in the country since 1877.

- Hitsujigaoka Observatory Hill
A scenic spot located in south of Sapporo. The bronze statue of Dr. William S. Clark, which stands on the hill, is well-known as the symbol of the frontier spirit of Hokkaido.

Option (We will be able to arrange an custom-made itinerary for you. Please inform us, at least, 2 weeks in advance.)
- Historic Village
The Historic Village of Hokkaido(Kaitaku no Mura) is an open air museum in the suburbs of Sapporo. It exhibits about 60 typical buildings from all over Hokkaido, dating from the Meiji and Taisho Periods (1868 to 1926), the era when Hokkaido's development was carried out on a large scale.

- Ramen Kyowakoku
Because of the cold weather in Hokkaido, steaming hot ramen noodles in rich soup is more popular there than other area. Ramen Kyowakoku (republic) has the 8 most famous shops with 1970s Japanese atmosphere.

- Shiroi Koibito Park
Shiroi Koibito is chocolate cookies which is the most famous souvenir from Hokkaido. This theme park consists of chocolate factory tour, chocolate related exhibits, shops, and cafes.

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