This is a tour enjoying the essence of Tokyo with kid in 1 day. Though baby is always welcome in our tour, you can enjoy this tour the most when your kid is over 2 year old. We will be going through the business district with limited baby's facility.
*This tour is nothing to do with C.S.Lewis. I'm just a fan of "The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe".
Tour time: 6-7 hrs including lunch
Tour price: 30,000 JPY
Starting time: 930am
Finishing time: between 1530pm to 1630pm
Starting point: JR Hamamatsucho station
Finishing point: Tokyo Tower
*transportation/admission/meals are not included in the above rate. Please also pay the same for the guide while you are together.
Meet the guide at the JR Hamamatsucho station
Stroll around the neat & cozy Shiba-rikyu Garden, where kids can enjoy small adventures such as crossing over the stepping-stone bridge, climbing up & down small hills, and searching the best spot to view the trains and shinkansens running just close to the garden.
Slip into restaurants where local business people goes. Let's eat what ordinary Japanese have for lunch in their everyday life.
Enjoy the superb 360 degrees city scape from the Tokyo Tower's observatory. Glass floor is always popular for kids to jump on!
*Please bring your baby carrier if you are with kids-on-toe. Stroller may go through all the way in this course, but to enjoy the most inside Shiba-rikyu garden and Zojo-ji temple, changing into baby carrier is recommended.
*To reach the Tokyo Tower, we need to climb up a steep slope.
*Since the area is for office workers, even shop's people are welcoming kids, most of the restaurants doesn't offer kid's chair nor kid-size cutlery. Thank you for understanding the circumstance in advance.
RECOMMENDED TO GUESTS LIKE...
a kid who is thrilled with high height
a kid with adventurous spirit to step into the old feudal lord's garden and the ancient ruins of temple
a kid who is transportaion-crazy(especially rails)
a person who wants to relax in the greens
a person who like to know the feature of the city by looking from bird's view