February 19, 2013
Person: Yojiro Kato (Mr)
Address: Kuramae Nagatani Bldg 6F-E, 2-4-3 Kuramae Taito-ku Tokyo, Japan 111-0051
Phone: +81 3 6830 0896
Tokyo Free Fantastic Guide Tours by Japan's Licended Guides
travelience inc, a Japan's guide tour company (Tokyo, Japan), today announced that travelience starts 3 entirely new tours operated by Japan's licensed guides.
3 tours, including one free tour, are all guided by the professionals, and do not require a reservation in advance against the tourism industry practice.
All tours are especially for foreign tourists, such as from the backpackers to the business jet setters, and includes Tokyo's must visits such as Asakusa, Harajuku, Tsukiji and Ginza.
travelience inc also offers the private made-to-order tours by the experienced guides.
All tours are available from March 10, 2013.
For much more information and a free Tokyo subway map, visit or on Facebook.
To contact travelience, visit .
--Free Asakusa Tour
Asakusa is one of the most traditional places in all of Tokyo.
Walking through the ancestral Japanese atmosphere you might be surprised at how Japanese religious customs are available to anyone and how Japanese time-honored manners have matured.
You’ll experience the proper way to visit the temple & shrine, how to purify yourself, how to pray, and what a Japanese fortuneteller is like.
While at the same time Asakusa shows you the new symbol of what Japans state-of-the-art construction and architecture technology is all about, Tokyo Sky Tree. Currently the highest tower in the world measuring 634 meters tall, it is the new hot spot!
So come and enjoy all that Asakusa has to offer, the traditional Japanese side mixed right in with modern Japan.
Free Of Charge / 10:00-12:00 on every Mon Wed Fri & Sun
Kaminarimon Temple Gate
Nakamise Traditional Shopping Street
Gojunoto (Five-Story Tower)
Sensoji Buddhist Temple
Hanayashiki Amusement Park
Asakusa Jinja Shrine
Denpoin Traditional Shopping Street
Asahi Super Dry Hall
Tokyo Sky Tree
-- Meiji Jingu Shrine & Harajuku Tour
Do you know the difference between Buddism and Shinto?
Meiji Jingu is the one of the biggest Shinto-related shrines in Japan.
You would be surprised that there is such a natural and sacred place in the center of Tokyo.
Meiji Jingu enshrines the soul of Emperor Meiji and Empress Shoken.
You may feel how Japanese mind is like along you experience how to pray in the Japanese way.
On the other hand, just around the shrine gate, Harajuku is the holy place for teenagers! A lot of Japanese pop culture, youth culture bloom there.
If you are lucky, you come across the cosplay girls who dress up like their favorite anime characters.
This tour involves 35min Subway journey (approx) and is not included in the tour ticket price.
JPY 2,000 / 14:00-17:00 on every Mon Wed Fri & Sun
Meiji Jingu Shrine
Harajuku Takeshita Shopping Street
Pricla Shop (Photo Sticker Shop)
100 Yen Shop
Costume Shop
-- Tokyo One Day Tour
Don’t have enough time to travel around all of Tokyo?
Don’t worry! This tour is just for people like you who don’t have enough time to travel but would like to enjoy as much of Tokyo as possible.
Take our one day tour, where you’ll be able to visit many monuments and take part in many experiences in just one day!
You will be surprised by how many things you learn from our guides! You’ll be walking quite a bit, so we recommend you wear a comfortable pair of walking shoes.
This tour involves 35min river cruise journey (approx) and is not included in the tour ticket price.
And we walk from Hamarikyu to Imperial Palace.
We eat the lunch at Tsukiji and the lunch is not included in the tour price.
JPY 4,000 / 10:00-17:00 on every Tue Thu& Sat
Sumida River Cruise
Hamarikyu Japanese Garden
Tsukiji Fish Market
Ginza Shopping Street
Depachika (Department Stores' Underground Shopping)
Imperial Palace Nijubashi (Double Bridge at Palace)
National Parliament
Prime Minister's Office Residence
For much more information and a free Tokyo subway map, visit or on Facebook.
To contact travelience, visit .