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Tokio saca tu mejor lado
★Ongoing Promos★ -January sessions are currently 15% off! -Day time shooting is currently available upon request! I will show you guys the visuals of Shibuya, the views you can get of the Crossing from above. Off the beaten paths spots and major tourist spots you shouldn't miss. After that we will move to Shinjuku via the JR Yamanote Line (12 minute train ride) and show you the gritty side of Tokyo, showing you the tiniest of alleys and the main night-life spot. The tour/photoshoot is going to be around 2-3 hours. I will be providing you with 25-40 high resolution photos, post processed and ready to share to your friends and family. ★Disclaimer: The experience is not a private session unless you book for one!★
Tabernas y ramen con un sumiller
LET'S GET OUT OF THE TOURIST AREA where it is overpriced and crowded with people! This tour focuses on Ueno, which is not as crowded as Shibuya, Shinjuku and is less touristy. It is also famous with Japanese foodies for a good quality at reasonable prices. I'm going to take you to popular bars and restaurants for ONLY LOCALS (NO TOURISTS!!) where the staff speaks only Japanese. I will order signature dishes, and we will discuss the food and drink (and you can pepper me with questions). We will visit 4 restaurants/taverns in total, where you will sample sashimi, grilled fish and skewered meat, etc. You will also have the opportunity to try UNIQUE Japanese alcoholic drinks (5 or more different type of drinks) and you'll be able to experience what Japanese taverns are like. After visiting these three taverns, we will end the tour at a great Ramen shop that is popular with locals. At the end of the tour, I will explain which train station you need to go, depending on where you go. You are going to have a full-size meal on the day in several different restaurants included ramen, so again pls come hungry!
Ruta de Tsukiji a Asakusa
We'll start at the new Toyosu—the world's largest fish market. We'll then go to the outer area known as the Tsukiji old market and Tsukiji Uogashi, a new building with fish-selling areas, including a background area, We'll drop in for fish while experiencing the authentic and dynamic atmosphere of a wholesale market. After taking some shopping time at the outer area, we'll purchase a variety of fish and head to Asakusa. We'll visit the popular Buddhist Sensō-ji temple before we go to my shop to prepare Kaisekistyle lunch--Traditional Japanese Cuisine--, Kaisen Donburi—sashimi rice bowls—with fresh seafood and more. After our meal, we'll have some surprise treats. Please note that the markets are lively and changing each day. Please arrive on time and be aware that the experience can run over time. Other things to note Please wear comfortable clothes and shoes. The new market is so huge it will seem like we are viewing a factory. We'll go to the Tsukiji old market after that and enjoy comparing the two marketplaces.
Kyudo: el único y verdadero tiro con arco japonés en Tokio
Welcome to Tokyo, Japan! Join this 2-hours experience and learn KYUDO, Japanese archery martial art. Don a traditional beautiful KYUDO uniform, channel your inner samurai. and challenge for the target! Usually when the beginner takes up KYUDO in earnest, it takes several months of practice before they are allowed to actually shoot at a target. However, this class lets you go straight into action. But please understand that you are required to practice basic training for 1 hour and basic manners, before you shoot at a target. I will guide you through every step to help you hit the target. Anyway, please keep in mind that not everyone can hit the target, even people who training over 10 years. But there’s more to kyudo than hitting the target; performing these fundamental movements correctly and keeping our mind quiet are also considered important. That's why KYUDO is regarded as "active ZEN meditation" in Japan. 1. Meeting together, and moving to a training hall 2. Changing cloth 3. Introduction 4. Exercise 5. Trying to hit the target 6. Changing cloth, and cleaning the hall together * Each time, location of the training hall is different, then after reservation, don't forget to check the location by our message Location is NOT Tokyo station.
Shitamachi, el Tokio antiguo menos turístico (bebida incluida)
Shitamachi is generally referred to the eastern Tokyo, where many Buddhist temples and Shinto shrines, traditional craftsworks, old festivals etc, remain. We the locals call ourselves "Edokko". Edokko are not rich, but we believe that we are the ones who built the foundation of Edo (previous Tokyo) and supported its prosperity for over 250 years. We will explore the center of Shitamachi, Monzennakacho. The host Manami was born and grew up here, learned its history and got degrees in cultural heritage protection. We will first sit at a cafe with some drinks and Manami will give you an overview. 1. Water channels Hear about the unique geographical features, which generated the Shitamachi economy, and locals’ energetic spirit. 2. The Fudo-son temple Learn the differences between Buddhism temples and Shinto shrines, as well as their unique fusion. You will also experience small rules to visit them. 3. The Tomioka Hachimangu shrine We the locals come here for big celebrations and seasonal events, so you might get to see people dressed up in beautiful kimono. It also features huge "Sumo" rocks, weekend free markets, and more. If we need to cancel the tour due to bad weather conditions, we will decide 2 hours before the start time and inform you asap. As the host is specilized in culture, this tour will be an opportunity to find answers to your "why?" about Japan.

Las experiencias más populares en Chuo City

Ruta por el mercado de Tsukiji
Let's explore the food wonderland of Tsukiji Outer Market and enjoy sampling some delicious food. I will give you a brief introduction to the outer market, which is like a labyrinth. There are about 400 shops, so it's difficult to understand what is happening and to find the good ones by yourself. We will also explore the backstreets of the outer market, and I will make recommendations and introduce you to my friends. After this experience, you may continue enjoying Tsukiji Outer market by yourself—shopping, eating, and more. Please be advised that many local spots only accept cash. [REMARKS] Tsukiji inner market (Wholesale market) was closed on 6th Oct. 2018. But Tsukiji outer market is not moved. Our tour is exploring Tsukiji outer market so we could continue this tour. Other things to note Great for first timer in Japan. Infants (2 or less) are free. We have no children price. Acceptable delay is by 5 minutes. Unacceptable to join from the middle of the tour if you come late In case of late arrival, the tour cannot be extended No refunds will be given for cancellations or late arrivals on the day of the tour.
De bar en bar en Tokio
I am a part of a big team, we organize a group tour every weekend in Roppongi, Tokyo. Majority of my guests are from different parts of the world, and some locals. This is a very high energy pub crawl atmosphere. The agenda consists of hopping 3 bars and always ending the night at a club! The average age range of my guests are usually between mid 20s to early 30s. If you enjoy bar hopping and mingling with other travelers to share your experiences abroad, this party is for you! Since I have connects with a lot of the bars and clubs in the area, all of my guests receive 50% discount at the bars we go to (the bars will have a discounted menu that you can order from), and also a LOOOT of free shots (bottle shots of Jager, Vodka, Whiskey Tequila..all night long.. middle shelf stuff, not bottom) from me and complimentary shots from the bars throughout the night! HOPE YOU CAN KEEP UP! PS. Keep in mind that clubs in Tokyo get busier with locals AFTER 12:30am! Other things to note Aside from bringing your picture ID's, please please follow the typical club dress code. 'No flip flops, open toed shoes (men only), and typically no shorts for men as well (summer time is ok) . If the experience is full and you’d like to invite your friends please message us for more info!
Chef de sushi por un día
Let’s become sushi master by spending a half day with sushi chef! This tour consists of two part. First, we will see around Tsukiji fish market where I will explain how each fish differ. Also I will explain a bit about how to make soup with kelp and dried bonito. Second part is, you will experience sushi making, you can make your own sushi! I make some Omakase sushi for you as well. *Note The duration for this tour is 3hr to 3.5hrs. If you join from 12PM, I recommend walking around the market before we meet.
Fabrica un kimono (kimono incluido)
First of all, let's get to know each other with a simple self-introduction. 1. Choose your favorite antique kimono from over 300 types of kimono. (Kimonos are ranked in 4 levels. There are red stickers, blue stickers, green stickers, and yellow stickers. The price of this experience is the lowest rank red sticker kimono. On the day, You can also choose a different kimono (blue sticker +2000 yen ($15), green sticker +4000 yen ($30), yellow sticker +6000 yen ($45).) 2. Iron the hemming tape and put the loops through which the belt passes. Learn how to remake into a new kimono in various ways. 3. Coordinating the kimono you made with the easy-to-wear obi, obiage, and obi tightening. Wear it and take a photo. Other notes ・Men don't have a part called "ohashiyori" in their kimono. Therefore, men's kimonos cannot be remade to add length. For men, we have an experience to print the family crest and kanji of the name on kimono, haori, juban and make it into a jacket. ・There is an additional charge for purchasing a obi. (3,000 yen ($22) 〜 (Rentals are free) If you purchase an obi, you will receive an obiage and obijime as a gift. * Calculated at 132 yen per dollar
Conviértete en samurái por un día
皆様にサムライの精神を味わって頂けるよう、居合道場で安全第一に次の内容の体験をご用意しております。 1.道着の着用   はじめに道着(稽古着)に着替えます。 2.居合の所作   刀を使い、居合を実践する上での基本の作法を体験します。 3.刀の扱い、振り方の稽古   木剣を使い、基本的な刀の扱い方や振り方を稽古します。 4.試し斬り体験   日本刀(真剣)を使い、実際に巻き藁を斬る体験をします。サムライの精神に則り、お一人につき巻き藁1本の真剣勝負となります。 5.居合演武の観賞   居合の形・剣術の形・試し斬りの演武をご覧頂きます。 6.日本刀・甲冑等の鑑賞   道場内に展示している時代物の刀や甲冑等に直に触れながら解説を致します。 日本のサムライが戦国時代にどのような心持でいたのかを感じ、普段とは違った角度から自己の内面に触れ、新たな自分の発見につながれば幸いです。 サムライ体験終了時に「修了証」を授与しますので、日本での思い出としてお持ち帰りください。 その他の留意事項 道具は貸し出し用の道着と居合刀をご用意していますので特別なご準備は不要です。また、館内の展示物や体験風景はご自由に写真を撮って頂けます。体験終了後に「修了証」を授与します。

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Todas las actividades cerca de Chuo City

De bar en bar en Tokio
I am a part of a big team, we organize a group tour every weekend in Roppongi, Tokyo. Majority of my guests are from different parts of the world, and some locals. This is a very high energy pub crawl atmosphere. The agenda consists of hopping 3 bars and always ending the night at a club! The average age range of my guests are usually between mid 20s to early 30s. If you enjoy bar hopping and mingling with other travelers to share your experiences abroad, this party is for you! Since I have connects with a lot of the bars and clubs in the area, all of my guests receive 50% discount at the bars we go to (the bars will have a discounted menu that you can order from), and also a LOOOT of free shots (bottle shots of Jager, Vodka, Whiskey Tequila..all night long.. middle shelf stuff, not bottom) from me and complimentary shots from the bars throughout the night! HOPE YOU CAN KEEP UP! PS. Keep in mind that clubs in Tokyo get busier with locals AFTER 12:30am! Other things to note Aside from bringing your picture ID's, please please follow the typical club dress code. 'No flip flops, open toed shoes (men only), and typically no shorts for men as well (summer time is ok) . If the experience is full and you’d like to invite your friends please message us for more info!
Descubre la energía de Tokio: visita y sesión de fotos privada
Visiting Tokyo? Make sure to have the best, most VIBRANT photos while you're touring and exploring the city! -This is a private session. Exclusive just for you! -For a more customized session, feel free to send me a message to discuss -Daytime sessions available. Feel free to send me a message *You will be receiving 20 high-resolution, fully edited photos. *You will receive ALL unedited photos, over a 100, for you to use freely! *You will be able to choose which photos I will be editing! *daytime shoot is available upon request For a summary of this experience: If you want to have some great photos of yourself, with your family, partner, and/or friends, as well as explore the city efficiently, learn more about different places, as well as being guided by a local - all in one smooth, quick, and easy experience, this is what you’re looking for! We will begin from either Shinjuku or Shibuya and explore both areas capturing the vibrant colors of the city. We will be going to some of the most popular places as well as hidden gems you normally won't be able to visit on your own! You’ll be learning some history and other fun facts about every place that we’ll visit too! Any questions? Send me a message!
Ruta por el mercado de Tsukiji
Let's explore the food wonderland of Tsukiji Outer Market and enjoy sampling some delicious food. I will give you a brief introduction to the outer market, which is like a labyrinth. There are about 400 shops, so it's difficult to understand what is happening and to find the good ones by yourself. We will also explore the backstreets of the outer market, and I will make recommendations and introduce you to my friends. After this experience, you may continue enjoying Tsukiji Outer market by yourself—shopping, eating, and more. Please be advised that many local spots only accept cash. [REMARKS] Tsukiji inner market (Wholesale market) was closed on 6th Oct. 2018. But Tsukiji outer market is not moved. Our tour is exploring Tsukiji outer market so we could continue this tour. Other things to note Great for first timer in Japan. Infants (2 or less) are free. We have no children price. Acceptable delay is by 5 minutes. Unacceptable to join from the middle of the tour if you come late In case of late arrival, the tour cannot be extended No refunds will be given for cancellations or late arrivals on the day of the tour.
Fabrica un kimono (kimono incluido)
First of all, let's get to know each other with a simple self-introduction. 1. Choose your favorite antique kimono from over 300 types of kimono. (Kimonos are ranked in 4 levels. There are red stickers, blue stickers, green stickers, and yellow stickers. The price of this experience is the lowest rank red sticker kimono. On the day, You can also choose a different kimono (blue sticker +2000 yen ($15), green sticker +4000 yen ($30), yellow sticker +6000 yen ($45).) 2. Iron the hemming tape and put the loops through which the belt passes. Learn how to remake into a new kimono in various ways. 3. Coordinating the kimono you made with the easy-to-wear obi, obiage, and obi tightening. Wear it and take a photo. Other notes ・Men don't have a part called "ohashiyori" in their kimono. Therefore, men's kimonos cannot be remade to add length. For men, we have an experience to print the family crest and kanji of the name on kimono, haori, juban and make it into a jacket. ・There is an additional charge for purchasing a obi. (3,000 yen ($22) 〜 (Rentals are free) If you purchase an obi, you will receive an obiage and obijime as a gift. * Calculated at 132 yen per dollar
Tokio saca tu mejor lado
★Ongoing Promos★ -January sessions are currently 15% off! -Day time shooting is currently available upon request! I will show you guys the visuals of Shibuya, the views you can get of the Crossing from above. Off the beaten paths spots and major tourist spots you shouldn't miss. After that we will move to Shinjuku via the JR Yamanote Line (12 minute train ride) and show you the gritty side of Tokyo, showing you the tiniest of alleys and the main night-life spot. The tour/photoshoot is going to be around 2-3 hours. I will be providing you with 25-40 high resolution photos, post processed and ready to share to your friends and family. ★Disclaimer: The experience is not a private session unless you book for one!★
Tabernas y ramen con un sumiller
LET'S GET OUT OF THE TOURIST AREA where it is overpriced and crowded with people! This tour focuses on Ueno, which is not as crowded as Shibuya, Shinjuku and is less touristy. It is also famous with Japanese foodies for a good quality at reasonable prices. I'm going to take you to popular bars and restaurants for ONLY LOCALS (NO TOURISTS!!) where the staff speaks only Japanese. I will order signature dishes, and we will discuss the food and drink (and you can pepper me with questions). We will visit 4 restaurants/taverns in total, where you will sample sashimi, grilled fish and skewered meat, etc. You will also have the opportunity to try UNIQUE Japanese alcoholic drinks (5 or more different type of drinks) and you'll be able to experience what Japanese taverns are like. After visiting these three taverns, we will end the tour at a great Ramen shop that is popular with locals. At the end of the tour, I will explain which train station you need to go, depending on where you go. You are going to have a full-size meal on the day in several different restaurants included ramen, so again pls come hungry!
Ruta gastronómica por Shinjuku
We will explore the greater part of Shinjuku, the busiest area in Tokyo to show you popular spots as well as hidden gems. We'll have a couple of bites during the city walk. We'll then head to two izakaya restaurants that are popular among the locals. Places we visit range from modern to traditional, and if you are looking to try just ramen and sushi, this might not be the right one for you. Throughout the evening, we’ll taste different Japanese foods and drinks, learn about our pub food culture and history, and spend time with other foodies. Also, we offer an optional sake tasting session where we will try 5+ different craft & seasonal sake at our own sake bar in Shinjuku before the tour at 3:30pm (optional & price not included). *We may have extra spots available even if you don't see availability. Please send a message to ask! Other things to note We will walk a lot! Wear comfortable shoes and come hungry. Let me know if you have food restrictions beforehand. Also, the maximum number of guests is 10, including people from other platforms.
Ruta de Tsukiji a Asakusa
We'll start at the new Toyosu—the world's largest fish market. We'll then go to the outer area known as the Tsukiji old market and Tsukiji Uogashi, a new building with fish-selling areas, including a background area, We'll drop in for fish while experiencing the authentic and dynamic atmosphere of a wholesale market. After taking some shopping time at the outer area, we'll purchase a variety of fish and head to Asakusa. We'll visit the popular Buddhist Sensō-ji temple before we go to my shop to prepare Kaisekistyle lunch--Traditional Japanese Cuisine--, Kaisen Donburi—sashimi rice bowls—with fresh seafood and more. After our meal, we'll have some surprise treats. Please note that the markets are lively and changing each day. Please arrive on time and be aware that the experience can run over time. Other things to note Please wear comfortable clothes and shoes. The new market is so huge it will seem like we are viewing a factory. We'll go to the Tsukiji old market after that and enjoy comparing the two marketplaces.
Kyudo: el único y verdadero tiro con arco japonés en Tokio
Welcome to Tokyo, Japan! Join this 2-hours experience and learn KYUDO, Japanese archery martial art. Don a traditional beautiful KYUDO uniform, channel your inner samurai. and challenge for the target! Usually when the beginner takes up KYUDO in earnest, it takes several months of practice before they are allowed to actually shoot at a target. However, this class lets you go straight into action. But please understand that you are required to practice basic training for 1 hour and basic manners, before you shoot at a target. I will guide you through every step to help you hit the target. Anyway, please keep in mind that not everyone can hit the target, even people who training over 10 years. But there’s more to kyudo than hitting the target; performing these fundamental movements correctly and keeping our mind quiet are also considered important. That's why KYUDO is regarded as "active ZEN meditation" in Japan. 1. Meeting together, and moving to a training hall 2. Changing cloth 3. Introduction 4. Exercise 5. Trying to hit the target 6. Changing cloth, and cleaning the hall together * Each time, location of the training hall is different, then after reservation, don't forget to check the location by our message Location is NOT Tokyo station.
Chef de sushi por un día
Let’s become sushi master by spending a half day with sushi chef! This tour consists of two part. First, we will see around Tsukiji fish market where I will explain how each fish differ. Also I will explain a bit about how to make soup with kelp and dried bonito. Second part is, you will experience sushi making, you can make your own sushi! I make some Omakase sushi for you as well. *Note The duration for this tour is 3hr to 3.5hrs. If you join from 12PM, I recommend walking around the market before we meet.
Shitamachi, el Tokio antiguo menos turístico (bebida incluida)
Shitamachi is generally referred to the eastern Tokyo, where many Buddhist temples and Shinto shrines, traditional craftsworks, old festivals etc, remain. We the locals call ourselves "Edokko". Edokko are not rich, but we believe that we are the ones who built the foundation of Edo (previous Tokyo) and supported its prosperity for over 250 years. We will explore the center of Shitamachi, Monzennakacho. The host Manami was born and grew up here, learned its history and got degrees in cultural heritage protection. We will first sit at a cafe with some drinks and Manami will give you an overview. 1. Water channels Hear about the unique geographical features, which generated the Shitamachi economy, and locals’ energetic spirit. 2. The Fudo-son temple Learn the differences between Buddhism temples and Shinto shrines, as well as their unique fusion. You will also experience small rules to visit them. 3. The Tomioka Hachimangu shrine We the locals come here for big celebrations and seasonal events, so you might get to see people dressed up in beautiful kimono. It also features huge "Sumo" rocks, weekend free markets, and more. If we need to cancel the tour due to bad weather conditions, we will decide 2 hours before the start time and inform you asap. As the host is specilized in culture, this tour will be an opportunity to find answers to your "why?" about Japan.
Akihabara Anime Tour Explore Tokyo's Otaku Culture
Join us on this Akihabara anime tour in Tokyo and hit all the spots that the electrifying town has to offer. Explore the hidden electronic shops under the train tracks, where businesses have been thriving since post World War II. Make your way to a sacred place for anime and otaku culture, Akihabara Radio Kaikan, which is an 11-story building filled with all the popular anime merchandise and games you've ever wanted. You'll also be checking out the ultimate manga and anime store that is Mandarake, and try your luck at one of the biggest gachapon capsule toy halls in all of Japan!
Degustación de sushi y sake con un experto
By the end of this tour, you'll have a deeper understanding of sushi. Explore the secrets of fish cutting, master sushi-making techniques, and gain insights into the cultural significance of this Japanese culinary art. Learn to cut fish like a pro and make your own sushi with a skilled chef guiding you. Put on a chef's apron, discover sushi secrets, and try hands-on slicing techniques. Whether you're a beginner or a kitchen pro, this hands-on experience offers a fun and tasty journey into the world of Japanese cuisine.
Degustación de auténtico té japonés: matcha, sencha y gyokuro
Have you ever tried a nice Japanese tea and wondered what makes it so good? Or simply what is sencha and matcha? What makes a fine grade Japanese tea? If you had any questions in mind about Japanese green tea, our experience will definitely answer your questions. Our goal for this experience is for you to have a comprehensive understanding about Japanese tea, understanding its history, production, and regional difference. You will taste 12 different types of Japanese teas and you will be guided through step by step with thorough explanations. All teas will be selected and sourced by the host from family farms in Japan and it will be wide range of teas from daily tasty teas to hand picked premium teas. Tea will be brewed in a way that brings out the tea's character to the fullest and explanations will be supported by hand outs made by the host. < Details of the experience > - Learning about Japanese Tea and the history - Taste Different Sencha from different regions (7 selections) - Taste Different matcha from different regions (4 selections) - Taste the premium gyokuro (1 selections) - Taste Japanese Wagashi and food papairing with Japanese tea *This will NOT be a course of Traditional tea ceremony experience. It will be focused more of the taste and how it the green tea is produced and made.
La ruta del anime por Akihabara
I will take you on a personalized visit to Akihabara—the Tokyo district known as the anime capital of Japan! I know the super hip, out-of-the-way places in Akihabara ;)!!! This will be super fun and exciting with me, a Japanese voice-over actress. There is so much to see that it can be overwhelming, but because you have me, this will be a carefree experience for you. First, I will treat you to coffee to get started, and you will be able to get pictures taken with me along the way. Do not forget, I am an anime geek and actress, so this will be an entertaining experience. You will not be disappointed. Other things to note Akihabara is centrally located. Some of the best shops do not accept credit cards, so it's a good idea to bring some cash. Depending on the weather, you may need to bring a rain jacket and umbrella :)
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