Explore Downtown Tokyo on a comfortable private vehicle! Visit famous spots like the Imperial Palace, Asakusa, Harajuku, and Shibuya. Enjoy a hassle-free sightseeing tour on a car driven by the professional tour guide-driver.
If you are one more bigger group in members. We can book Mini Bus for 9~13 passengers. Or Middle Bus for 13~18 passengers as well. In these cases, please visit our Web Site before booking ; "http://limo-ggts.com" We take out a voluntary car insurance which covers ¥30,000,000 P/P at most, in addition to a travel insurance which covers ¥15,000,000 P/P. If we need to pick you up at other place or drop you off to other place. We can pick-up or drop-off you at Narita and Hakone Hot Spa as well. In these cases ; there needs a surcharge as follows. One way to/from Narita Airport : ¥5,000 One way to/from Hakone Hot Spa or Odawara Station : ¥7,500 Meal and drinks are excluded. We are glad to find a good restaurant which is poplar among local people on the way. The start time is up to you, You can choose 8-hour out of 08:00am.-10:00pm. Normally, the day tour starts at 9:00am until 5:00pm. Contrariwise, if you do from 2:00pm.-10:00pm tour, it's going to be a twilight tour.
See Downtown Tokyo, the combination of the tradition and the modern, or the contraction of the busy and the quiet. This is 8-hour day tour on a private vehicle driven by professional guide-driver. The 8- hour is available out of 08:00am-10:00pm. The start time is up to you. Normal day tour starts at 09:00am. But if you choose it out of 02:00pm-10:00pm. It's going to be an exciting Tokyo Twilight Tour. Your guide-driver will play triple rolls, as a driver, as a tour guide and as a photographer. Your guide-driver will pick you up at the hotel in Tokyo, or at Yokohama Osambashi in Yokohama for cruise travelers, and drop you off at the same place. Get the chance to see the Imperial Palace as you drive around its 4.5 kilometers circle. The Imperial Palace is the residence of the Emperor of Japan. Stroll the inner garden of East Garden which is the only part of the grounds open to the public. Admire the moats, lawns, and stunning colors of Japanese trees. Then, you'll visit Asakusa, an old entertainment town from the 17th century. Walk around Sensoji-Temple, one of the oldest Buddhist temples in Tokyo. Browse the shop-lined promenade of Nakamise-Dori Street. For lunch, you'll visit Tsukiji Market which used to be the largest fish market in the world. Enjoy Japanese food like tempura, sushi, and wagyu. After your delicious meal, head over to Harajuku and visit the tranquil Meiji Jingu Shrine, dedicated to the first emperor of modern Japan, Emperor The Great Meiji. For some shopping, stroll around Takeshita Street, the epicenter of Japan's pop culture and fashion. Finally, see the famous Shibuya Crossing, where tens of hundreds of people cross the road simultaneously from 360 degrees direction.