Sample Tours and Reviews
Sample Tours and Past Customer Review/Experience
Mt. Fuji Sightseeing Tour
|Tour Type||Tour of Hakone and Mount Fuji|
|Customer||Family of Four from Scotland|
|Tour Course||Hotel in Tokyo > Fuji Visitor Center > Fifth Station of
Mount Fuji > Lawson Gotemba > Tougendai Terminal
Our customer was travelling from Tokyo to Hakone as a part of their family trip in Japan. They decided to take a sightseeing tour around Hakone and Mount Fuji on the way to a hotel in Hakone. Fortunately, it was a nice clear day, and they enjoyed a glorious view of Mount Fuji from a car. On the way to Mount Fuji, our driver passed through a "Melody Road"; a road that sings out a tune as you drive over it. They were so intrigued by this local tourist attraction, they wanted to know how it worked.
Coming from Scotland, our driver asked them whether they enjoy whisky. Their answer was yes (naturally), so our driver surprised them at the end of the trip by handing a gift of a local whisky made in the Mount Fuji region as a small gift to remember their trip.
Tokyo Sightseeing Tour
|Tour Type||Tokyo Sightseeing Tour|
|Customer||Six friends from United States,
including one Japanese couple.
|Tour Course||Hotel in Tokyo > Meiji Shrine > Harajuku > Omote-sando (Kiddy Land a local toy store) > Lunch (Genpachi Restaurant) > Skytree > Asakusa Temple > Pass through Rainbow Bridge (via car) > back to Hotel in Tokyo|
Our customer encountered a photo session for a newly wed all dressed in the traditional Japanese wedding attire in Meiji Shrine, and they snapped some pictures of the happy couple, which made their day. We took them to a Japanese restaurant made famous by the move "Kill Bill", Genpachi Restaurant. At Asakusa Nakamise Shopping street, they bought souvenirs like chopsticks and Japanese handkerchief.
Our driver handed a gift of an album (Tokyo Private Tour original) containing several group pictures taken in Meiji Shrine and Asakusa.
Tokyo Tour for honeymooner
|Tour Type||Tokyo Sightseeing for a Couple|
|Customer||A newlywed couple from Mexico|
|Tour Course||Hotel in Tokyo > National Diet Building > Tokyo Imperial Palace > Pass through Ginza (via car)>Skytree -> Asakusa Temple > Meiji Shrine>Omotesando Hills|
While walking around Asakusa Temple with the chauffeur, the couple decided to try a "Omikuji", which is a traditional fortune-telling practice in a template. The customers were so pleased when the chauffeur translated their fortune letter they had picked.
We knew the customer was on their honeymoon trip, so we decorated the car with flowers, additional refreshments with a message "Happy Honeymoon" before their arrival. After their trip was over, we handed a bouquet of flowers and a small gift to celebrate their marriage.
|Tour Type||Tokyo Layover Tour|
|Customer||A female business traveler from Canada|
|Tour Course||Haneda Airport > Nijuubashi > Pass through National Diet Building, Prime Minister's Official Residence, Ginza, Nipponbashi, Akihabara, Ueno (via car)>Asakusa Temple > Back to Haneda Airport|
Taking advantage of airport layover time, we were requested to arrange a very condensed version of Tokyo sightseeing tour.
"It was so much fun! Now that I have a better sense of what Tokyo has to offer, I want to come back with my family to explore more. I highly recommend this tour if you have to kill time while waiting your flight in Tokyo!
Nikko Sightseeing Tour
|Tour Type||Tour of Nikko Edomura and Nikko Toshogu|
|Customer||Family of Three from Qatar|
|Tour Course||Hotel in Tokyo > Nikko Edomura(Amusement Park)>Eaon Imaichi for Coffee > Nikko Toshogu>Hotel in Tokyo|
“I wanted to extend my deepest thank you from me and my family to your excellent services and especially to Mr. Yoshimura who was our driver and guide to Nikko. We enjoyed our trip and will love to get in contact with you in the future and I will make sure to recommend your services to our friends and family.”
Tokyo Tour for Muslim Customer
|Tour Type||Tokyo Culture Tour Created for Muslim Customer|
|Customer||Family of Five from Middle East|
|Tour Course||Hotel in Tokyo > Shinjuku Gyoen > Tokyo Camii (Tokyo Mosque) >Bookstore (Kinokuniya) > Lunch at Ramen Shop (Haral Tei) > Asakusa (with a jumbo size Melon-Pan, a popular Japanese snack for children) > Shopping at a Drugstore > Asakusa Template>Hotel in Tokyo|
We arranged the tour, keeping in mind that the purpose of their tour was for their children to experience different culture, nature and weather, while keeping it entertaining for young children who love Japanese pop culture. Per their religious practice, we also researched and found pray room and a Halal Ramen restaurant for them!
"It had been a great day with you! We had the best guide of the world during this tour!"