Enjoy full-day sightseeing of Tokyo, with English Speaking Assistant !
You'll visit the following by local public transportation.
*Asakusa Nakamise Shopping Arcade - Sensōji, also known as Asakusa Kannon, is Tokyo's largest Buddhist temple and a major attraction for Japanese and foreigners alike. The busy shopping street leading from the Kaminarimon gate to the temple is the covered Nakamise arcade, selling all sorts of Buddhist paraphernalia as well as assorted tourist kitsch. This is one of the best places in Tokyo to buy souvenirs.
*Akihabara Electric Town - Akihabara is a well-known neighborhood that offers not only the best prices for electronic stuff, but also pop culture items, such as figurines, Japanese manga, etc. You'll visit famous electric shops such as Liberty, Kaiyo-do, Gachapon-Kaikan and LAOX (Overseas-Model Electronic & Appliances/Duty Free).
*Maid Cafe -Maid Cafes (Meido Kissa) are a subcategory of cosplay restaurants found predominantly in Japan. In these cafes, waitresses dressed in maid costumes act as servants, and treat customers as masters (and mistresses ) in a private home, rather than as cafe patrons.
Included in the tour : Table charge, snack, photo session with a small instant camera, meal(Omurice, pasta, or hamburger steak, with drink), and desssert.
*Takeshita Dori Street (Harajuku) - Takeshita Street (竹下通り, Takeshita-dōri) is very popular with young teenagers, particularly those visiting Tokyo on school trips, or local young people shopping for small "cute" goods at weekends.
*Daiso Harajuku - 100 Yen Shop - This is one of the largest 100 Yen Shops in central Tokyo, offering a wide array of goods, including clothing, kitchenware, food and stationary on multiple floors at 108 Yen per item. It is located only a few steps from Harajuku Statio along Takeshita Dori.
*Kiddy Land - A popular chain store from on eo fJapan's largest toy makers. This store faces Omotesando avenue and encapsulates all of Japan's "Kawaii" culture, selling all kinds of toys and character items. The perfect location for purchasing souvenirs.
Return to the hotel by public local transportation.