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Spend a day seeing Tokyo at your own pace with a private vehicle and optional guide. Tailor an itinerary that is suited to your group, with or without a private guide to accompany you. Choose to visit top attractions such as Tokyo Tower, the Imperial Palace, Edo Castle, Senso-ji Temple in Asakusa, and Tsukiji Market, which is renowned for its fresh seafood. You could also add a stop at Edo Tokyo Museum, Tokyo Sky Tree, Takeshita Street where Harajuku culture flourishes, or the districts of Ginza, Odaiba or Akihabara.

Highlights

  • Private vehicle for full-day customized tour of Tokyo with optional guide
  • Plan a customized itinerary that takes in sights of interest to your group
  • Relax in a comfortable private vehicle with professional driver
  • Choose to include a local guide who shares informative commentary about the history and culture of Tokyo and Japan
  • Stop at historic sites such as the Imperial Palace, Edo Castle and Senso-ji Temple
  • Experience modern-day culture along Takeshita Street, or in Ginza or Akihabara
  • Includes hotel pickup and drop-off from central Tokyo

What You Can Expect

Private Tokyo Custom Full-Day Tour by Chartered Vehicle

Asakusa

Customer Reviews

Cheri T

5 star rating: Highly Recommended January 2017

We enjoyed this tour! The van driver, Tetsuo was very polite and cheerful. Our tour guide, Yutaka, provided a lot of information. He was very patient with all our questions. A great experience for Tokyo first-timers!

Evon

5 star rating: Highly Recommended May 2016

The tour was amazing! Our tour guide and bus driver are very flexible to alter the places that we would like to like to visit. Thank you.

Ofelia V L R

3 star rating: Worth doing January 2017

Would I do this again? Probably, but emphatically not on 3 January, which was not a good day to tour Tokyo. We did not realize how important the New Year holidays are in Japan: the major temples were packed to bursting and traffic had to be re-routed, so it was an expensive way to see not a lot. Part of the problem is the sheer magnitude of Tokyo: even with a vehicle and guide at your disposal, going from one point to another in the city can take the better part of an hour without traffic, so it would be best to limit a day tour to a couple of contiguous areas of Tokyo at a time. That said, the chartered vehicle was the most comfortable land vehicle I've ever ridden. I'd have happily traversed the length of Japan in it, especially with our excellent driver and our very accommodating tour guide, Yoko.

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