Nihonbashi Tour - From the Town of Merchants and Craftsmen in Edo Period to Modern Streets Combine Fashion and Luxury.
Nihonbashi was the center of Japan's economy from the Edo period (1603) to the Meiji era. Nowadays, Nihonbashi is a town with many delicious food and stores have a long history. It is a town where a lot of beautiful and sophisticated crafts are displayed, and the traditions are inherited. Major Japanese department stores have also grown from the Edo period small shops to the current large-scale department stores.
In this tour, the guide will take you to a selection of shops in the Nihonbashi area and enjoy the food.
Hello, everyone! Thank you very much for your interest in my country, Japan.
I am interested in the cultures of different countries.I hope to meet friends from around the world and share each other's culture while eating delicious food.
If you visit Japan, I will help you experience the real life of Japan. Please let me make a special memory for your stay in Japan. Let's enjoy Tokyo with me!
Meet at Mitsukoshi-mae Station Exit B6 (* It is also possible to meet at Nihonbashi Station Exit B11, please inform the guide in advanced.)
Kuroeya Lacquerware (A large selection of inexpensive to high-end items)
Haibara Washi specialty store (Washi, stationery, Japanese decorations)
Tokyo Pokemon Center (Nihonbashi Takashimaya East Building)
Hakuza Nihonbashi (COREDO Muromachi 1)
ISHIYA NIHONBASHI (COREDO Muromachi Terrace) with soft cream and coffee
Eslite Life (COREDO Muromachi Terrace) (Japanese traditional crafts, zakka, books)
Dinner at Soba Kichi: soba noodles (buckwheat noodles), 5 kusiage (deep-fried skewered meat or vegetables), and drinks
What Will Be Provided
・ Coffee and soft cream at Ishiya (coffee can be changed to tea)
・ Dinner at Soba Kichi: soba noodles (buckwheat noodles), 5 kusiage, and drinks
About This Tour
Ages 6 and upuntil 100 years of age Not allergic to buckwheat
・ Most of the shops we visit are very quiet, so please avoid talking loudly.
・ Many shops display expensive and fragile products, so please avoid touching them directly. If you want to take the products, please inform the tour guide first.
・ Be careful not to drop the product or damage it with your backpack or baggage.
Tokyo Metro Hanzomon Line, Mitsukoshi-mae Station Exit B6, Nihonbashi intersection 〒1030022 東京都中央区日本橋室町1丁目8－1 Tokyo Metro Hanzomon Line, Mitsukoshimae Station Exit B6. (Or Tokyo Metro Ginza Line / Hanzomon Line Nihonbashi Station Exit B11. Please inform the guide in advanced.)