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Tokyo: Half-Day Cycling and Cruising Tour

1. Tokyo: Half-Day Cycling and Cruising Tour

You will meet up and start at Toranomon Hills. Your guide will await you in Family Mart convenience store at 15:30, on the third floor. You will start your bicycle tour after giving you a brief instruction. First, you will stop by Hibiya flower park in Ginza. There are different type of flowers, the fountain, the English Garden. Next, you will go to Kabukiza which is a theater for Kabuki. You'll enjoy seeing the detailed architecture features, before heading for Odaiba, which is an artificial island surrounded by modern buildings. You'll have tea break in Odaiba beach park, and from Odaiba, take a cruise ship for 25 minutes. Check out the famous rainbow bridge while enjoy cruising. After cruising, ride your bicycle out towards Tokyo Tower, which lights up at night. The guide will tell you the best view point.  The tour then ends at Toranomon Hills around 19:30.

Tokyo: Full-Day Bicycle Tour

2. Tokyo: Full-Day Bicycle Tour

After meeting your guide, listen as they explain the bicycle and local traffic rules. Visit some of the highlights of Tokyo, including Hibiya Park, Ginza shopping district, Kabukiza theatre, Tsukiji fish market, Kachidoki Bridge, Tsukishima Monja, Imperial Palace, Tokyo Station and many others. The full length of the tour is 18 kilometers, and most of the roads are flat. Enjoy the easy pace of the tour as you follow your guide to some of the most interesting places in Tokyo.

Tokyo: Kabuki-za Gallery Guided Tour and Concierge Service

3. Tokyo: Kabuki-za Gallery Guided Tour and Concierge Service

Kabuki performances tend to be between 4-5 hours long and often involve long queues for one-act tickets, so before you go to all that effort, join this tour of the Kabuki-za Gallery and learn everything you need to know about Kabuki!  With this essential background information, your Kabuki experience will be much more understandable and enjoyable. Your expert guide, who has been watching Kabuki since the age of 5 and running Kabuki tours for nearly 7 years, will be sure to give you all the information you will need or want to know about this Japanese tradition. The tour begins with a "What is Kabuki?" presentation over Japanese tea and sweets before exploring the museum. You will be shown many props and costumes used for the shows throughout the years, and enjoy short films about this classical Japanese dance-drama. There are even hands-on activities such as a chance to play the classical instruments which give Kabuki its distinct sound. As part of the personal concierge service offered in this tour, your guide will also help you make bookings and suggest places to visit based on your interests.

Tokyo's Upmarket District: Explore Ginza with a Local Guide

4. Tokyo's Upmarket District: Explore Ginza with a Local Guide

Discover Ginza through the eyes of a local on a fully customizable tour of one of Tokyo's most interesting areas. Stroll the Ginza district and uncover the heart of the city's most popular place for entertainment, shops and flashing lights.  Be matched to a knowledgeable local guide based on your interests and personality Start with a walk through the Chūō district, closed to vehicles at the weekend and sometimes home to small street concerts. Go to Tsukiji Market and marvel at the organized chaos of the legendary fish market; or get involved if you are feeling brave!  If you are traveling with kids, or just young at heart, and fancy exploring one of Japan's most famous toy stores, go to the Hakuhinkan Toy Park and discover giant stuffed toys and tons of other goodies to indulge your playful side. Pop into some of the countless designer stores or follow your host to one of the less-expensive shops to save some cash. Discover traditional stores, such as Kyukyodo, where the beautiful Japanese paper, cards and fans are a feast for the eyes. If you prefer, your host can leave you outside the famous Kabukiza, where you can watch one off the acts or performances at leisure. Alternatively, they can take you to one of their favorite restaurants or izakayas (a casual dining venue) so you can sample some authentic Japanese food and drinks on your own. The possibilities are endless in Ginza and your local host will design the best experience for you and your group, all based on your interests and desired length of your adventure. 

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What people are saying about Kabuki-za

Overall rating

3.9 / 5

based on 296 reviews

Great introduction to Kabuki

Kazui Yabe is a true passionate professor of Kabuki. Her presentation is intense only because she has filled it with wonderful history and fascinating details and we don’t want to miss a word. Her English is excellent. She have us a richer understanding of the historical context of this art and more, she let us feel and not just understand the respect for tradition and respect for all things in the Japanese culture. It was topped off with tea and dessert, and wonderful as it was did distract us from her lecture believe it or not! Heartily recommended!

This is the perfect way to check out Tokyo’s main sight seeing spot and hidden gems in 4 hours! Highly recommended for family wit children age 10 and above.

We had a fantastic afternoon cycling around Tokyo. It was very easy even for me as a novice. Our Guide Hiro san was great and very knowledgable -

Hiro was great! See part of Tokyo that you wouldn't normally. He didn't rush us on places. Great day!

Highly recommended tour and tour guide!

Hiro is a knowledgeable and friendly guide and we really enjoyed our tour with him through Tokyo.