Tokyo Interactive tours & incentive events

Our most recommended Tokyo Interactive tours & incentive events

teamLab Planets TOKYO: Digital Art Museum Entrance Ticket

1. teamLab Planets TOKYO: Digital Art Museum Entrance Ticket

Enter teamLab Planets TOKYO and discover the incredible immersive art exhibition within. This full-body digital art experience allows visitors to enter completely into the artworks, with stimulation for all five senses. In this unique exhibition, each visitor’s presence impacts the artwork to finally become a part of it. The exhibition space includes several areas, covering over 10,000 square meters in total. Explore the great variety of installations, with different lights, sounds, and materials to mesmerize every guest.

Tokyo: Sumo Morning Training Visit

2. Tokyo: Sumo Morning Training Visit

Sumo wrestling is Japan's highly popular national sport with a long tradition. In this activity participants get to see the training of active, professional wrestlers and get the chance to take a group picture with them in the end. Usually most people only get to see Sumo athletes from far away during a tournament; however, with a visit to a Sumo stables you'll get to witness the action up close. You'll have a greater understanding of this traditional sport and an experience to remember at the end of your visit.

Tokyo Pub Crawl

3. Tokyo Pub Crawl

Experience the nightlife of Tokyo on a pub crawl where you can meet new people as you visit various bars and clubs. Avoid the need to plan your night and avail of the services of a fun guide with good local knowledge. You will typically start the night in a relaxed bar or restaurant with space to sit down to get to know each other. Mingle as you enjoy a free shot and get the chance to win some free drinks. Things will heat up at the 2nd bar with more music and some games and activities to get to know your fellow participants. Continue to a 3rd bar with space to dance and a table to sit down if you prefer. Then, make your way to a club to end the night on the dancefloor. You can stay until closing time at 5:00 AM if you want to mix with the locals. They will start arriving at around 1:00 AM if you want to see how they have fun. Get invited to an after party if any are available - and there often are!

Grand Sumo Tournament Tour in Tokyo

4. Grand Sumo Tournament Tour in Tokyo

Don't miss this rare chance to experience the Grand Sumo Tournament Tour as a first-hand means to deepen your knowledge about Japan's culture and tradition. The grand sumo tournament tour in Tokyo is a small group tour with real-time commentaries by a sumo expert guide. This is not just about watching the sumo tournament but includes: 1. Walking tour around Ryogoku, a sumo town. Visit to sumo-related landmarks and look at sumo stables from outside where sumo wrestlers live and train. 2. Lunch at a chanko-nabe restaurant (Optional) Chanko-nabe is a Japanese hotpot dish commonly eaten by sumo wrestlers. The dish typically contains chicken broth soup, rich protein sources like chicken, fish, tofu, and vegetables. This nutrient dish is in the centerpiece of sumo wrestlers’ diet to gain weight and muscles to build their bodies. We will have lunch at Tomoegata, a well known chanko-nabe restaurant. 3. Use of an earphone guide system during the tour to deliver the guide’s voice securely to each participant while they are away from the guide. 1) Sumo Town Walking Tour Walking tour around Ryogoku, a sumo town. Visit to sumo-related landmarks there and look at sumo stables from outside where sumo wrestlers live and train. 09:45 Meet and Greet Learn how the earphone guide system works. Self-introduction. 10:00 – 1230 Visit to sumo related landmarks, must-see spots, Kokugikan arena, and stables. Landmarks: Nomino Sukune Shrine, Hokusai Museum, Edoyu, Edo Noren, Japanese Garden, Japanese Sword Museum, sumo statues, Eko-in Temple Inside the Kokugikan stadium: Exhibits and murals, sumo museum, kiosks, Stables: Hakkaku, Nishikido, Dewanoumi, Kasugano, Michinoku (2) Lunch at a chanko-nabe restaurant (optional) 12:30 – 13:30 Chanko-nabe is a Japanese hotpot dish commonly eaten by sumo wrestlers. The dish typically contains chicken broth soup, rich protein sources like chicken, fish, tofu, and vegetables. This nutrient dish is in the centerpiece of sumo wrestlers’ diet to gain weight and muscles to build their bodies. We will have lunch at Tomoegata, a well known chanko-nabe restaurant. (3) Grand Sumo Tournament Viewing 13:30 Enter the Kokugikan Stadium to join a group photo session with a recently retired master wrestler; your participation is optional. 15:40 Ring entering ceremonies by – Makuuchi wrestlers – Yokozuna (Grand champion) 16:00 Immerse yourself in sumo as you listen to the guide’s real time commentaries. 18:00 Tour ends.

Akihabara: Anime & Gaming Adventure Tour

5. Akihabara: Anime & Gaming Adventure Tour

Start your Akihabara tour by making your first stop at a retro video game store. This store is considered a treasure trove for game lovers, especially for those who grew up experiencing the rise of the Japanese video game industry. Here, you can listen to the 8-bit video game keyboard music that you can hardly find anywhere else! Your guide will help you find and buy all the retro video game machines and disks. While the world is chasing after new games, look back on these old-time games that bring back charming childhood memories. Next, head over to the maid cafe - an unmissable experience whilst you're in Tokyo. Hang out with cute maids, get spells cast on your food, and take photos! If you order an omelet or hot latte, the maids will draw cute illustrations on it with ketchup/chocolate sauce. Finally, enjoy wandering around huge anime stores with hundreds of figures and cosplay goods. Sometimes these stores are places that travelers feel awkward to discover by themselves -however with a guide, you can fully enjoy every single stop like a local.

Tokyo: Joypolis 1-Day Ticket

6. Tokyo: Joypolis 1-Day Ticket

Tokyo Joypolis is one of the largest indoor amusement parks in Japan by SEGA. With many different rides and attractions, come and discover Joypolis for yourself with this 1-day entrance ticket. Located in Odaiba, Tokyo Joypolis is a great way to spend a day with family or friends. Enjoy fun-filled games, rides, VR, and over 20 different attractions regardless of the weather. The park consists of 3 floors and includes rides, VR games, arcade games, a prize corner, and a sticker printing machine. Attractions include Gekion Live Coaster, Halfpipe Tokyo, Pirate's Plunder, The Joypolis Explorer, and Spicy Taxi.

Sushi-Making Experience

7. Sushi-Making Experience

Experience Japanese culture in Tokyo with a sushi making workshop. Discover the history of sushi and practise the basics of making beautiful and artistic rolls. Sit down with your sushi for a meal and learn traditional dining etiquette. Make your way to the Kiaki Shinko Kaikan building to meet your friendly chef and group for the day. Enjoy a brief overview of sushi in Japanese culture before getting the ingredients ready. Watch a quick demonstration and practise the basic methods with the help of the experts. Learn to make three delicious types of sushi: nigiri zushi, gunkan maki, and hosomaki zushi. Finish making your photo-worthy sushi and take a seat at the table. Treat your tastebuds to delicious flavors with sushi condiments and take part in Japanese dining etiquette.

Frequently asked questions about Tokyo

What top attractions are a must-see in Tokyo?

The must-see attractions in Tokyo are:

What are the most popular museums and exhibitions in Tokyo?

Other Sightseeing Options in Tokyo

Want to discover all there is to do in Tokyo? Click here for a full list.

What people are saying about Tokyo

Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 58 reviews

There was a sense of immersion, and I felt as if I had slipped into a space different from reality. I came here with my daughter in her 20s and my mother in her 50s. There are places where you can enter the warm water up to your knees barefoot, but they lend you shorts for free, and once you pass through the water area, they prepare towels for you, which was very comfortable. I thought the ticket was a little expensive, but it was worth it. I highly recommend this facility.

A very exciting, stimulating and creative experience. It merges aesthetics, beauty, imagination all at the same time, and takes ones breath away with the diversity and surprises. Although it is all virtual it helps one appreciate the beauty of nature. Be prepared for the first room which might be challenging for more senior visitors since you have to make your way through a floor of "beanbags" which can be difficult for less agile people

It was full of wonderful things and I was impressed. However, the course across the cushion used muscles that I don't normally use, so I had muscle pain for a few days (laughs).

A place that really makes you feel magical. I wish I could make this a daily interaction in my life. 10/10 would recommend!

Very enjoyable! Incredible sensory and emotional strength!