Don't miss this once-in-a-year opportunity! Savor cherry blossoms the Japanese have cherished for generations! 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 a.m. In this walking tour, we will explore Asakusa, a historic township at the heart of Tokyo. See the 1400-year-old Sensoji temple and learn its secrets from your friendly and knowledgeable guide. 12:30 a.m. - 15:00 p.m. Sumida River cruise on a reserved boat in the shape of Japanese traditional house. On the boat, you can enjoy 1. Cherry blossom viewing on both banks! 2. Traditional and fancy Japanese cuisine with free drinks including Japanese sake. 3. You will feel very at home since guides in Kimono will entertain your group. The knowledgeable and hospitable guides will recount many historical anecdotes related to the cherry blossoms and the area. 4. Our guides will enthrall you with traditional Japanese games on Tatami floor. 5. We may enjoy karaoke with full of cherry blossom related songs 6. You can see Tokyo Sky Tree and other landmarks in the backdrop of cherry blossoms. 7. You will get a cherry blossom related gift. 8. You can even feel sweet spring wind on the roof of the boat when you are dizzy with entertainment and fun.
One year ago I started a small tour company in Asakusa, my home. I lived overseas for 18 years, in England, Bulgaria, and the United States, where I taught Japanese and raised a family. People were so kind to me in those days that now I want to return the favor, by giving visitors to Japan wonderful memories that they can keep forever.
Lunch with free drinks including Japanese sake, shochu, beer, wine, and soft drinks.
Boat cruise on Sumida river.
Sensoji Temple: The oldest and most popular Buddhist temple in Tokyo. The premises include - Thunder Gate, the symbol of Tokyo. - Nakamise, an old shopping street of over 200 meters, where you can find typical Japanese souvenirs and traditional local snacks. - Hozomon Gate, the temple's main hall, and a five storied pagoda. - The Asakusa shrine. Sumida River: You will get on a boat to enjoy cherry blossoms, lunch, and more.
A walking tour is included, so wear sensible shoes and bring a bottle of water if you like.
1400-year history of "SAKURA" day tour