According to Japanese folklore, folding a thousand paper cranes brings you good luck and happiness. Don't know how to fold a crane? This origami workshop is for you. You'll learn to fold more than the classic cranes in this friendly one-hour workshop.
Cruise around the old towns of Tokyo on this 5-hour guided bike tour. In that time, you'll cycle 15 km, exploring traditional neighborhoods of Yanaka and Asakusa. There you'll visit shrines and temples—and learn how to worship. There's also time …
Seize the chance to try traditional taiko drumming on your visit to Tokyo! Learn the ropes from a professional instructor and allow yourself to be moved by the bold, energetic rhythms.
See a single act of Kabuki and the world-famous Kabuki-za Theater, where an English captions device will be provided. Afterwards, enjoy a private walking tour around Ginza to learn about the area's history and visit traditional shops.
Attend a special sumo show (not tournament) in Asakusa, try your hand at a sumo duel and tuck into sumo wrestlers' favorite food - a hearty hot pot!
Gain an in-depth understanding of Japanese temples and shrines on this unique guided tour. Visit Meiji Jingu Shrine or other key religious sites that pique your interest. Your highly-knowledgeable guide will give you insights that you won't find …
View some live action at the Sumo Stable in Tokyo, where you can get a close-up view of Sumo training!
Get tickets to the famous sumo wrestling tournament in Tokyo! The national sumo tournament is held only 6 times a year and tickets sell out quickly, so be sure to book your tickets in advance!