All prices are per group (irrespective of the number of people) and include only the Region Expert (English Speaking Guide) fee and Region Expert’s transportation fee. Lunch/ dinner/ incidental expenses & your and Region Expert’s entrance tickets are not included. You will need to pay directly on the spot.
All prices are inclusive of tax and credit card fees. No hidden charges.
Bookings can be made up to 72 hours before the listed departure time. A credit card will be required (and authorized for the tour amount) to make a booking, but it will only be charged once our team has confirmed the availability of your requested date.
We will pick you up from your accommodation at the beginning of the tour and drop you back at a location of your choosing (within Tokyo) after the tour. Please make sure to fill in the correct accommodation (and address) when booking the tour.
Option 01: Ueno Park (Recommended)
Ueno Park is a spacious public park in the Ueno district of Taitō, Tokyo, Japan. The park was established in 1873 on lands formerly belonging to the temple of Kan’ei-ji. Amongst the country’s first public parks, it was founded following the western example as part of the borrowing and assimilation of international practices that characterizes the early Meiji period.
As one of Japan’s most crowded, lively and popular spots for cherry blossom parties, Ueno Park features more than 1000 trees along the street leading towards the National Museum and around Shinobazu Pond. Ueno Park’s blossoms typically open a couple of days ahead of the blossoms in many other spots in the city.
Option 02: Nakamise Shopping Street and Sensoji Temple (Recommended)
Asakusa is the center of Tokyo’s shitamachi (literally “low city”), one of Tokyo’s districts, where an atmosphere of the Tokyo of past decades remains. Asakusa’s main attraction is Sensoji, a very popular Buddhist temple, built in the 7th century. The temple is approached via the Nakamise, a shopping street that has been providing temple visitors with a variety of traditional, local snacks and tourist souvenirs for centuries.
Option 03: Nakameguro Cherry Blossom Illumination (Recommended especially at night)
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 04: Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden
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.
Entrance fee (separate from Tour price, to be purchased on the spot)>
Adults : JPY200 per person /Elementary-Middle School : JPY50 per person
Option 05: Yoyogi Park
Yoyogi Park is a park in Yoyogikamizonocho, Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan, located adjacent to Harajuku Station and Meiji Shrine. In the springtime, it is one of the top spots to enjoy the cherry blossoms, with thousands of people visiting the lively park to admire the pink clouds floating above them.
Option 06: Chidorigafuchi Park
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 07: Shibuya
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.