Sakura Viewing in Tokyo

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Explore the beauty of sakura in Tokyo
From¥14,398

~ USD 133.78

Explore the beauty of sakura in Tokyo
From¥14,398

~ USD 133.78

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1 Day (12 Hours)
Availability : 20 Mar- 8 Apr 2020
THIS TOUR STARTS FROM A LOCATION OF YOUR CHOICE IN TOKYO.

You can pick your hotel, Haneda Airport, a train station or any other location as long as it is located within TOKYO CITY.

PRICES START FROM:

+ JPY 20,836 PER PERSON FOR A GROUP OF 5 PEOPLE (TOYOTA ALPHARD) = JPY104,180/GROUP

+ JPY 14,398 PER PERSON FOR A GROUP OF 8 PEOPLE (HIACE GRAND CABIN) = JPY115,180/GROUP

+ JPY 15,023 PER PERSON FOR A GROUP OF 8 PEOPLE (HIACE LUXURY CABIN) = JPY120,180/GROUP


Each booking will be charged per vehicle, irrespective of the number of passengers. The price per person will depend on the number of passengers in your group travelling in a single-vehicle. Please note the maximum occupancy limits for each vehicle while booking. 

 

Toyota Alphard
HiAce Grand Cabin
HiAce Luxury Cabin
WHAT IS INCLUDED IN THE PACKAGE?

+ Vehicle designated in selected package (either a Toyota Alphard, HiAce Grand Cabin or HiAce Luxury Cabin)

+ English speaking driver (the driver is not a guide & may only have basic English skills)

+ Tolls, Highway Fees, Parking Fees, Fuel (and other associated vehicle costs for this itinerary)

WHAT IS NOT INCLUDED IN THE PACKAGE?

+ Region expert

+ Meals

+ Activity fee

+ Entrance fee

HOW CAN I ADD A TOUR GUIDE?

Pick a date & package; press the PROCEED BOOKING button. The next screen will offer you the option to add on a REGION EXPERT for an additional fee. Other add-ons may also be available.

 

ITINERARY

This private package tour will start at a location of your choice within TOKYO and then proceed to your chosen destination options.

 

Please type in the next page (additional notes) three options from the following after pressing the PROCEED BOOKING button.

Option 01: Ueno Park

Option 02: Shinjuku Gyoen

Option 03: Chidorifaguchi

Option 04: Nakameguro

Option 05: Aoyama

Option 06: Shibuya

Option 07: Shinjuku

 

 

DETAILED ITINERARY

Option 01: Ueno Park

Ueno Park is a large public park next to Ueno Station in central Tokyo. The park grounds were originally part of Kaneiji Temple, which used to be one of the city’s largest and wealthiest temples and a family temple of the ruling Tokugawa clan during the Edo Period. Kaneiji stood in the northeast of the capital to protect the city from evil, much like Enryakuji Temple in Kyoto. This place is famous among locals and foreigners for sakura viewing (hanami)

Option 02: Shinjuku Gyoen

Shinjuku Gyo-en is a large park and garden in Shinjuku and Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan. It was originally a residence of the Naitō family in the Edo period. Afterwards, it became a garden under the management of the Imperial Household Agency of Japan

Shinjuku Gyoen features more than one thousand cherry trees of over a dozen varieties, including numerous early and late blooming trees. There are spacious lawn areas, and the atmosphere is calm and peaceful. Thanks to the early and late blooming trees, Shinjuku Gyoen is a good hanami destination for those who miss the main season by a week or two.

 

Option 03: Chidorigafuchi

Chidorigafuchi Park is the area around a moat of the Imperial Palace known for its splendid cherry blossoms. Hundreds of cherry trees decorate the moats of former Edo Castle around Kitanomaru Park, creating one of Tokyo’s most outstanding cherry blossom sights. Boats are available for rent, but picnics are not allowed.  Many food stands can be found at nearby Yasukuni Shrine, where another thousand cherry trees are planted.

Option 04: Nakameguro

Nakameguro is a low-key but chic neighborhood full of trendy restaurants and shops. The Meguro-gawa River flowing through this residential district is one of Tokyo’s most famous spots for cherry blossom-viewing. Some 800 trees lining a 3.8-kilometer-long stretch form a pale pink arch over the river—a gorgeous sight that makes for lovely photos. During the Nakameguro Sakura-matsuri Festival in early April, this quiet neighborhood comes alive as the trees between Tenjin-bashi Bridge and Horai-bashi Bridge are illuminated. In addition to the illuminations, paper lanterns and food stalls lend a festive atmosphere to the area.

Option 05: Aoyama

The street of Aoyama is home to some of the world’s most prestigious fashion brands and some very striking architecture.
Duck down the side streets and you’ll find small, trendy boutiques, experimental art, hip food trucks and cool cafés.

Option 06: Shibuya

Shibuya Bar Hopping Private Package Tour

Shibuya is one of the twenty-three city wards of Tokyo, but often refers to just the popular shopping and entertainment area found around Shibuya Station. In this regard, Shibuya is one of Tokyo’s most colorful and busy districts, packed with shopping, dining and nightclubs serving swarms of visitors that come to the district everyday. Over a dozen major department store branches can be found around the area catering to all types of shoppers.

Option 07: Shinjuku

Shinjuku is one of the 23 city wards of Tokyo, but the name commonly refers to just the large entertainment, business and shopping area around Shinjuku Station. Shinjuku Station is the world’s busiest railway station, handling more than two million passengers every day. West of the station is Shinjuku’s skyscraper district, home to many of Tokyo’s tallest buildings. Northeast of the station lies Kabukicho, Japan’s largest and wildest red light district, while department stores, subterranean malls and electronic shops surround Shinjuku Station on all four sides.


 

The tour will end with us dropping you off at a location of your choice in Tokyo.