Tokyo Online: Virtual Experience in Shibuya and Shinjuku with a Local Expert

Join this online experience with a Japan expert to ZOOM you around 2 exciting neighborhoods!

ONLINE EXPERIENCE

Connect with locals

Tues-Saturday

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Virtual Tokyo

Shibuya and Shinjuku

Arigato Japan is now hosting virtual experiences from Japan to share with the world online!

Experience Highlights :

During this online experience you can feel the excitement of two of Tokyo’s most popular districts!

  • Let’s get to know each other and then then we will dive right into Shibuya and Shinjuku, through images, stories and other materials we will help you get to know both neighborhoods.
  • We will share tips about Tokyo and what to include in your bucket list of things to do in Japan.
  • And for those who have visited Tokyo already, we will share other valuable information for your next visit
  • Let’s learn about Ramen and Yakitori, and about the famous Mascots of Shibuya and Shinjuku. 
  • We will share the history of both locations, but also fun information you can only learn from a local. 
  • Hear insider stories about Japanese culture and daily life.
  • Get expert  knowledge about do’s/don’ts, best times/seasons to visit, restaurant recommendations and more.
  • We will finish up with time to answer your questions and find out more about your Japan wish-list.
  • After the experience you will get  a resource guide with links and information shared during our time together. So you don’t even have to worry about taking lots of notes! 

You can travel around these two exciting spots in Tokyo from the safety and comfort of home. Bring a snack and some drinks to enjoy while we hang out. By the end of the experience we will  connect across the globe.

 

And you will know by the end that you have a local friend in Japan!

Join our local experts 

 

Meet our 4 expert Local Hosts who will take you on this virtual adventure. Our team has hosted over 27,000 guests on walking food tours and they always want to share the best stories, history, information, local tips as well as Japanese Foodie culture. We have received a certificate of excellence for 3 years straight AND over 1700 positive reviews on TripAdvisor and a 5/5 rating as well as 5* rating on Google.. Tokyo is arguably one of the most amazing food and travel destinations in the world. We are excited to share it with you! 

 

 

ALEX: is a Mexican tourist guide who is totally in love with Japanese culture and food. Alex has been living in Tokyo for half a decade, so he proudly calls it his home now, and he is looking forward to sharing this amazing country with you. He is a real expert in both neighborhoods we will share on this virtual tour. After this experience, Alex  assures that  you will also become a Japan lover like all of us.

 

 

LAUREN: With 24 years living and loving Japan and Japanese culture and a background in the restaurant and travel business Lauren has been sharing her passion with visitors to Japan! Lauren knows that  Tokyo is arguably one of the most amazing food and travel destinations in the world and it is her goal is to share stories and give you a sense of the best Japan has to offer while sharing her tips and giving you a real feeling for this exciting city! 

 

 

NORMA: Is an etching artist and a hopeless foodie who fell in love with Japanese woodblock art and food through anime and manga. For almost half a decade she has been living in Tokyo, working in the service industry which she says is her newest passion.  Now as a food tour guide, Norma loves sharing everything she’s learned so far about Japan and its culture with people from all over the world. 

 

 

JORDAN: Jordan has loved travelling in and around Japan, seeing as much of the country as he can.  Now settled in Tokyo, he’s eager to get you excited for a future trip to one of the world’s largest cities with a tour of two of Tokyo’s most exciting entertainment districts!

What to bring: 

  • Your curiosity and an open mind and heart
  • Any questions you may have about Japan
  • Snacks and drinks to enjoy during your experience

We will be using ZOOM  (an online connection meeting platform) for this experience. After your sign up is confirmed we will send you login details.  Any questions you can contact us at info@arigatojapan.co.jp

Online Experience Schedule:

 

 

Tuesday-Saturday
Time  #1 10:00 AM JST -11:00 AM JST
Time #2 21:00 PM JST- 22:00 PM JST
Custom times may be available Please contact us 

 

TO CONVERT TO YOUR OWN TIME ZONE CLICK HERE AND TYPE IN YOUR CITY, AND USE TOP LINE JAPAN TO SET THE TIME BASED ON THE SCHEDULE ABOVE. 

 

 

We are keeping the groups small to create great connections and atmosphere!

¥1650 / Person

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