I am an English guide in charge of
|Below is the sightseeing spot I provide the guiding service.|
Please select some places to go from the list below. If you can’t select the places you want to go, just tell me what kind of places you want to go and what kind of activities you want to try and enjoy.
1. Asakusa area
1.1 Sensoji temple and Nakamise-Dori; Tokyo’s oldest and most popular temple with a big gate and 5 story pagodas. Nakamise-Dori is a pedestrian street lined with many traditional shops and souvenir stands.
1.2 Kappabashi Dogugai; Full of restaurant supply stores. Knives and super-real plastic display food are popular.
2. Tokyo Sky Tree; The tallest free-standing broadcasting tower in the world (634m).
3. Tsukiji area
3.1 Fish market; Best known as one of the world’s largest fish markets. You can enjoy fresh sushi there.
3.2 Honganji temple; One of the biggest temples in Japan and its main hall is a modern building.
3.3 Hamarikyu garden; A typical Daimyo (Japanese feudal lord) garden in the Edo period.
4. Shinjuku area
4.1 Shinjuku Gyoen national Park; It is considered one of the most important parks of the Meiji Era.
4.2 Observation room of Tokyo metropolitan city hall; You can have a sky view of Tokyo at the height of 202m.
4.3 Samurai museum; The beauty of samurai spirit is shown in Japanese swords and their costumes.
4.4 Robot restaurant; A crazy show.
5. Harajuku area
5.1 Meiji Jingu shrine; The most venerable Shinto shrine, opened in 1920 in honor of Emperor and Empress Meiji.
5.2 Takeshita dori (Shopping street); The center of Japanese Kawaii (Cute) fashion.
5.3 Ota Memorial Museum of Art; Ukiyoe is a Japanese traditional wood-block printing developed during the Edo period.
6. Shibuya area
6.1 Shibuya scramble crossing; One of the most popular sightseeing spots for foreigners.
6.2 Depachika (the food section in a department store basement); It carries many kinds of food from prepared delicacies to delicious imported confectionaries.
6.3 Samurai Armor Photo Studio; You can wear Samurai Armor and take photos.
7. Akihabara; Akihabara has two faces. The first one is electronics shops town and the other one is the center of Otaku culture. There are so many amine goods shops here and a maid café is one of the symbols of Otaku culture.
8. Ueno area
8.1 Ueno Park; A cultural mecca with a number of museums.
8.2 Ameyoko (Shopping Street); This street is crowded with stores offering clothes, fresh fish, dried food and so on.
8.3 Yanaka; You can feel an old-style traditional town. There are many small temples, boutiques and ateliers.
9. Tokyo Camii; It’s the largest mosque in Japan and known as the most beautiful mosque in all of Asia.
|My personal information|
I got a national tour guide license in English in 2016. I have experiences to live in the following cities on business.
My hobbies are playing golf, listening classical music and watching football.
My basic policy as a tour guide is to entertain my guests with my best hospitality. I really like to see my guests smiling. I myself also enjoy chatting with my guest about not only a general explanation about Japanese culture and history but everything based on my experiences and hobbies.
Let’s enjoy a wonderful tour in Japan.
Max 5people 8hours 20,000JPY (Excluding transportation cost and admission fee)
Please read my proposal carefully. I will make every effort to make your trip pleasant.
I will e-mail my proposal to you if you consider to request my service.
|Voices of Customers|
Thank you Mr. H! The best and caring guide especially I have 2 elders that just cant cope walking so long and Mr. H is a patient guide who kept looking and concern for their needs. We love the birthday candles that you have brought for my dad’s birthday and bringing us to the halal restaurant in Ginza. Overall you are the best and will recommend our friends to use you when going to Japan. So many beautiful places that you have brought to us and we should book you more days in future. Love from Siti and the rest of the family!
|How to request my service|
If you consider to request my service, please contact here : please inform firstname.lastname@example.org of my code (e10HMY172ENG)
ERF will inform me of your e-mail address, your name and other information. Then I will contact you by email.
I will send you “my guiding proposal” by e-mail, so please read it and determine whether or not to request my service.
Please let me know if you have decided to request my service.
|I am looking forward to your request.