Private Tour - Visit Japanese Gardens and Shrines in the Heart of the City
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Tokyo Walking Tour
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Have a relaxing time at spots rich in nature that changes every seasonTokyo is famous as one of the largest cities in the world, but in its corner, there are beautiful gardens and cultural heritage.
On this tour, you will visit the gardens of one of Japan's leading luxury hotels, the guesthouse that welcomes state guests, and the scenic ginkgo trees that represent Tokyo.
The Japanese-style gardens that are hard to see overseas, but the place surrounded by colorful nature that changes its expression depending on the season will surely heal your travel fatigue.
This tour is perfect for those who want to visit many places with much fewer people and take a little leisurely sightseeing or go to a place rich in nature.- You can feel the nature filled with greenery in the city
- You can enjoy the contrast between the Japanese garden and the new buildings.
- At the luxurious guesthouse, you can feel as if you were a national guest.
- You can enjoy the natural scenery of each season. This is a private tour that can be booked for 1-6 people. You can enjoy the tour at your own pace and not with other attendees.
09:30- Meet at Ginza/Marunouchi line Akasakamitsuke station, in front of ticket exit Ginza/Marunouchi line Akasakamitsuke station, in front of ticket exit
09:45-10:25 40(min) Hotel New Otani Japanese Garden A large Japanese garden with a history of 400 years. See the waterfalls and seasonal plants.
You can also enjoy the seasonal nature. Cherry blossom at spring, deep greenery at summer, coloful illumination at autumn and winter!
10:45-11:35 50(min) State Guest House Akasaka Palace A guest reception facility that welcomes guests from around the world, such as kings and presidents. The luxurious appearance is like a castle. You can feel like a being VIP at this palace.
11:50-12:30 40(min) Shotoku Memorial Picture Gallery A dome-shaped museum that focuses on the Meiji era. There are many paintings and murals on display inside the building, and the appearance seen from the entrance to the outer garden of Aoyama street through the ginkgo trees is popular as one of the representative landscapes of Tokyo.
12:45-13:05 20(min) Jingu Gaien Ginkgo Trees Scenery representing Tokyo! You can enjoy the scenery of the four seasons under the row of ginkgo arches.