T-71,72 Tokyo Japanese Garden Tour

T-71,72 Tokyo “Japanese Garden” Tour!

Japanese gardens” are valuable assets that convey the history and culture of Japan.
You will feel the beauty of Japan while walking there and listening of explanation of guide, the origin and development, the influence of Buddhism and Shinto, the influence of China, and what is inside the garden and its meaning.

Now, we have 2 courses;
T-71: Rikugien garden
T-72: Hamarikyu garden

Let’s visit these beautiful gardens, with the other view spots, by all means!!

/// FIT package

We can arrange these tours for individual, family, or the small group, following to your designated date, through the year.

/// Itinerary T-71 Rikugien course

9:00/13:00 Meet at Komagome St./JR or Metro Line, then guide takes you Rikugien Garden by walking, while explaining in detail. 

Rikugien Garden has been counted as one of the two major gardens in Edo along with Koishikawa Korakuen since the time of landscaping.
The designer dug a pond in a corner of the flat Musashino, built a mountain, and spent seven years, finally completed a “Strolling Tsukiyama spring water garden.”
Rikugien is a delicate and mild Japanese garden that reflects the depth of the designer’s literary knowledge.

After watching the garden, visit each of the following spots based on your request;

  • Nezu Shrine
  • Yanesen
  • Yanaka Ginza shopping street
  • Ueno Park
  • Kyu(Former) Iwasaki House Garden (Charge not included)

13:00/17:00 At your desired location in this area finish the tour.

/// Itinerary T-72 Hamarikyu course

9:00/13:00 Meet at Shiodome St./Oedo Line, then guide takes you Hamarikyu Garden by walking, while explaining in detail. 

A representative daimyo garden of the Edo period with a “pond of Shioiri” and two duck fields. The “pond of Shioiri” is a style that is usually used in seaside gardens because it guides seawater and changes the taste of the pond depending on the ebb and flow of the tide.
General(Shogun) Tokugawa built the mansion here for the first time in the Edo period, and after the Meiji Restoration, it became the imperial detached palace (Rikyu), and the name was also Hamarikyu.

After watching the garden, visit each of the following spots based on your request;

  • Kabuki-za
  • Tsukiji Market
  • Tsukiji Hongan-ji temple
  • Ginza (including shopping)
  • Hibiya Park
  • Tokyo station
  • Imperial Palace Plaza

13:00/17:00 At your desired location in this area finish the tour.


/// Price

of Guests
 1 2  3  4 or more
(Max 10)
/ person
 51,000  26,000  18,000  14,000

Price Include:

  • English (or other languages) speaking guide
    (English, Chinese, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Dutch, Russian, Thai)
  • Admission for Rikugien / Hamarikyu Garden
  • Commission for arrangements
  • Commission for settlements by credit card
  • Consumption tax

Price Exclude:

  • Transportation costs to the meeting place / ending place
  • Accommodation costs
  • Food and beverage fee for customers and guide
  • Souvenir fee / personal expenses
  • Expenses for services not described in the itinerary

Regarding these standard courses, we can arrange the plan upon your request by adding / deleting destinations, and combining other courses before and after, making reservations of accommodation, transportation, restaurants, or event tickets, etc. Please contact us by all means.

Please see here for the arrangement fee.

ex.1 Arrangement for accommodation
Room charge 10,000yen(1night 1person) + Commission 1,650yen(incl. c-tax)=Total 11,650yen 

ex.2 Arrangement for additional transportation
Super express train 20,000yen(1person) + Commission 3,300yen(incl. c-tax)=Total 23,300yen 

/// Cancellation Policy

Cancellation Policy for above course;

Days to Departure Cancellation Charge
More than 15 days 5% of trip price
14-8 days 50% of trip price
7-2 days 80% of trip price
1 day or Less, No Show 100% of trip price

Please refer to “Price, Terms and Conditions” for other detailed regulations.

/// Application Form

Please select the course and fill in the below box;


/// Payment

Payment can be settled by credit card (Paypal or Stripe).
After your booking, we will send you an invoice, then after your payment by credit card, the booking would be completed.


/// Contact

If you have any questions or offer to book, please send an email. We welcome even little questions! Don’t hesitate, and see you in Japan!!

Contact us:   info@i-travel-square.tokyo

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