We would like to announce the temporary shut down of our regular walking tours, Gion Night Walk and WALK IN KYOTO TALK IN ENGLISH, until February 7th. We have voluntarily made such the decision in response to the declaration of state of emergency by the government to prevent COVID-19 from further spreading. As for …
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Our originally produced novelty items such as stickers and T-shirts will be on sale. Our on-line shopping page is designed for those who cannot actually visit Japan or missed an opportunity to buy souvenirs. Details can be found here
We will be closed for the New Year's holiday from December 29th through January 3rd. However, inquiries and tour requests from our homepage are acceptable.
In Winter, you will have a chance to see amazing views with water birds peacefully resting their wings or snowy mountaintops surrounding Lake Biwa while enjoying sailing. Details can be found here
Reflecting our new project with additional unique tour products, a full renovation of our homepage has been completed to welcome potential guests who will visit Japan soon again.
Night-time Exploration in Gion, the Geisha district is world famous and one of the most popular walking tours in Japan with more than 7,000 guests a year. We are happy to welcome repeated guests in the near future. Details can be found here
How he lived, how he fought and how he died in Kyoto: The tour is about the dawn of Japan's modernization movement which had started in the beginning of 19th century in Kyoto, led by an outstanding samurai, Sakamoto Ryoma. Details can be found here
Trace the tracks of world-leading railway system development in Japan: Kyoto has one of the biggest railway museums in Japan. Through this guided tour, you will acquire a comprehensive understanding of Japan's industrialization and transition of lifestyles amid rapid economic growth. Details can be found here
Even if you can't actually visit Kyoto, a professional guide will guide you through the Hanamachi at dusk in English. Details can be found here