Get inspired by the local artisans and idyllic shrines near majestic Mount Fuji during this private 8-hour day trip. Enjoy a bird’s-eye view of this iconic Japanese mountain during a ride on the Kachi Kachi Yama Ropeway and clear your head amidst the serene surroundings of nearby Fuji Sengen Shrine. Then draw some inspiration from the region’s local artisans, discovering the kimono art of the Itchiku Kubota Art Museum and the latest creations of the Ide Sake Brewery. A private guide, plus round-trip hotel transport from Kawaguchiko, are included.
Tokyo is not really just one city. Rather, it gives the impression that Tokyo is several cities connected by a really good train and subway system. Each of Tokyo’s urban nodes is centered around a train station, which is often surrounded by shopping districts, usually containing several large department stores. Come and discover more about this incredible city with us! During this tour, we can guide you through the city’s best shopping districts, pick the one that fits your needs better and let's enjoy shopping together.Ginza: Ginza is the ritziest and biggest upscale shopping district in Tokyo.Omotesando: The beautiful Omotesando avenue has a distinctly European feel.Nakameguro: This delightful little town has plenty of clothing boutiques, specialty shops, cool coffee shops, and refined eateries for you to explore.Harajuku: After the 1964 Tokyo Olympics, fashion designers began to set up their offices and studios in this area.