Depending how you look at it, Osaka is Japan’s second or third largest city. That means there’s got to be lots to cover! We’ve compiled some of the best walking tour sights for you, with the majority coming straight from … Read More
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Engaging Japan Day Tours & Night Tours
Looking to explore more during your visit to Japan? We offer day and night tours in multiple cities, including day tours from those cities. You can also always contact us to arrange custom itineraries and plans.
Japan City Tours Like You’ve Never Seen Before
During our Japan city tours, our mission is to share both the traditional and the modern, highlighting the unforgettable and the fascinating. We want you to leave our cities feeling like you better understand local culture and history, but also like you just had a fun experience and made new friends!
While our top-notch tour guides are passionate about our cities, we don’t want to bore you with endless facts and figures. We’re not trying to be a walking Wikipedia. We treat you like friends who are visiting, sharing the interesting stories and information that you can only get from a local. And we do it all in your language. All of our guides speak fluent English (and Japanese, too!) so you can feel confident and comfortable as you explore an unfamiliar area.
When you join one of our guided city tours in Japan, we’re welcoming you into our favorite places and spaces. But we’re not taking kick-backs or forcing you to shop at certain stores. We’re up-front about our prices so you know exactly what’s included, and we create genuinely interesting itineraries to show off the past and present of these unique neighborhoods and cities.
And because our tours are private or small groups (no more than 6 guests), we can be flexible and nimble; we’re not here to herd sheep.
Everyone knows ramen as the star noodle soup dish of Japan, but on the lighter side of things you will find a nice bowl of udon or soba. While the noodles themselves are generally similar regardless of where you are … Read More