Welcome to the capital of Japan! This city was known as a small castle town named Edo. In 1868, during the Meiji Restoration, the emperor moved the capital from Kyoto to Edo and re-branded it as Tokyo (the Eastern Capital). It has since grown as one of the most populous metropolises where you can find almost everything. Today, Tokyo stands as the largest metropolitan economy by GDP in the world. It has the world’s tallest tower–Tokyo Skytree, and the world’s largest underground floodwater diversion facility MAOUDC. Tokyo Station is the central hub for Japan’s shinkansen bullet train system. Notable districts of Tokyo include Chiyoda (the site of the Imperial Palace), Shinjuku (the city’s administrative center), and Shibuya (a commercial, cultural and business hub).


Tokyo offers a staggering amount of must-visit places from historical gardens and preserved shrines to fashion and technology centers. Make sure to check them out!


An area centered around the iconic Sensoji Temple and shopping street.


Popular entertainment district for youth fashion and culture.

Tokyo Tower

An active broadcasting facility with observation deck, anime theme park and various shops


Internationally known for its lively nightlife and shopping landmarks


Brimming with world-renowned department stores and luxury brands


Futuristic haven of shopping and entertainment on a man-made island


The center of Japanese modern popular culture, anime, manga and electronics


Home to Tokyo's largest park, department stores and largest red light district 

We arrange a wide array of meal choices for you, from Japanese traditional set meals, all you can eat, to local and seasonal specialties. Join us in exploring the taste of Japan!

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Different regions have their own traditional recipes and agricultural farming system. Many of the regional dishes can only be tasted in the original area they came from.


Chankonabe is well-known as a pot dish of Sumo wrestlers to develop their bodies. This hearty, robust hot pot is filled with all kinds of vegetables and protein-based ingredients in a rich dashi and chicken broth. It has chopped fish, meat, tofu, vegetables (daikon, bok choy, etc), and some other nutritional, seasonal ingredients that are good for health. Chankonabe is very protein-rich and a popular restaurant food. It is often served in restaurants operated by retired sumo wrestlers who specialize in the dish.


A savory pancake made of cabbage, meat, seafood, and eaten directly off the grill using a tiny metal spatula as the pancake becomes crispy on the bottom. Compared to okonomiyaki, monjayaki’s batter is more of a liquid base.

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Whether this is your first time visiting, or returning, make sure to participate in these unique activities, that cannot be done elsewhere!

Kimono Wearing

Kimono Wearing

Traditionally used with obi and accessories such as zori sandals and tabi socks, kimono is still worn by Japanese today to funerals, weddings, and other formal events. Wander around the street of Asakusa in Japanese traditional dress, kimono. Better yet, go for the full experience of becoming a maiko/geisha with proper makeup and hairstyling.



The word jinrikisha (人力車, 人 jin = human, 力 riki = power or force, 車 sha = vehicle), which means "human-powered vehicle". This transportation was invented as early as the 19th century. Experience traveling like true locals in this ancient "taxi" with guides who are eager to introduce you to must-visit destinations.

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Recommended Hotels

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Sunshine City Prince Hotel

Metropolitan Ikebukuro

Tmark City Hotel Omori

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