Discover Tokyo's enchanting blend of history and modernity in this immersive tour. Begin at the Tokyo Imperial Palace, a serene oasis amidst the city's hustle. Once home to the largest fortress in the world, Edo Castle, the palace now boasts picturesque moats and lush gardens.
Nearby, the towering Tokyo Tower, standing at 333 meters, eclipses the Eiffel Tower as the world's tallest self-supported steel tower. This architectural marvel is not just a tourist hotspot but also symbolizes Japan's post-war economic resurgence.
Step into the past at the venerable Senso-ji Temple, the oldest in Tokyo. At nearly 1,400 years old, it is a testament to Asakusa's rich heritage. Adjacent to the temple, the Nakamise shopping street offers a plethora of traditional Japanese goods and clothing, ideal for souvenir enthusiasts.
Enhance your experience with the Senso-ji and Asakusa food tour, a family-friendly venture into the heart of local cuisine. Delight in street food classics like takoyaki (octopus balls), yakisoba (stir-fried noodles), the unique monjayaki (savory pancake), and taiyaki (fish-shaped sweet waffles).
Conclude your journey in Shinjuku Kabukicho, at the historic Shinjuku Golden Street. Here, narrow alleys brim with about 300 izakaya (Japanese pubs) set in charming wooden longhouses, capturing the essence of old Tokyo.