Take a step off the main thoroughfare, with its rows of chain stores and other new establishments, you will wander into one of the most beautiful Japanese garden in Tokyo and a mysterious district of narrow alleys where influence from the Edo period. If you're lucky, you may see some of the few remaining geisha going to their appointments!
Day 1 Tokyo
8:30 am/13:30 pm: Meet the guide at the meeting point.
Koishikawa Korakuen Garden: It is one of Tokyo's oldest and best Japanese gardens. It was built in the early Edo Period (1600-1867) at the Tokyo residence of the Mito branch of the ruling Tokugawa family. This garden maintains an exquisite aesthetic appeal throughout the seasons.
Kagurazaka: Kagurazaka is a prominent neighbourhood of Tokyo that was once one of Edo's main hubs for geisha, teahouse and all sorts of entertainment. Today the face of this area did change over time, atmospheric French cafes, nostalgic restaurants and hip shopping areas dominate the district but its geisha history can still be discovered in every nook and cranny.
12:30/17:30 pm: Tour ends at Iidabashi station. Please make your own way to your next destination.
- English speaking guide
- Admission to Koishikawa Korakuen Garden
- Public Transportation fee (For taxis or hired cars, additional fee will be charged)
- Please follow the guide's instruction during the program. We shall not be responsible for any accident caused by disregard of the instructions.
- The itinerary (tour completion time, visiting place, visiting schedule, & others) may be changed due to heavy traffic, weather conditions, or other operational reasons.
- Minimum 2 people
- Be sure to wear comfortable shoes.
- If you are not able to arrive at the meeting point by the departure time, the tour will start regardless and no refund will be provided.