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Things to do in Chiba Prefecture

Our most recommended things to do in Chiba Prefecture

Tokyo Disneyland or DisneySea Entry Ticket and Transfer

1. Tokyo Disneyland or DisneySea Entry Ticket and Transfer

Book this service for an entrance ticket to Tokyo Disneyland or DisneySea with a transfer service to and from your hotel. Enjoy transportation in a comfortable van before having a fun day with the whole family or your friends. Your ticket is readily available, so you don't have to wait in line to purchase it. After spending the day in either of the parks, head back to your hotel in the comfortable van.

Tokyo: Private Transfer from/to Tokyo Narita Airport

2. Tokyo: Private Transfer from/to Tokyo Narita Airport

When picking you up from or to Narita airport, your exclusive driver will wait for you at the arrival gate or a designated place. No need to worry about complicated public transportation, too much luggage, language barriers, etc. We will provide you with the best service, allowing you to have a safe, efficient and comfortable private transfer service. Of course, you don't have to worry about other charges,if your hotel is located inside Tokyo 23 wards.

Narita Airport: 1-Way Shared Shuttle Transfer

3. Narita Airport: 1-Way Shared Shuttle Transfer

Book a shared shuttle transfer for door-to-door transportation between Narita Airport and the city of Tokyo. This 1 hour and 20 minute-service is available for airport arrivals and departures. Make your way to the meeting point indicated on your reservation confirmation or service voucher. The driver will be holding a Cherry Tomato signboard. For hotel pick-ups please wait in the lobby at the time indicated on the departure notice. Bookings are accepted up to 13 months in advance. For last-minute travelers, it is best to book at least 72 hours in advance to ensure sufficient time to process your request. Your booking is subject to availability and confirmation.

Tokyo: Off the Beaten Path Private Guided Tour

4. Tokyo: Off the Beaten Path Private Guided Tour

Explore Tokyo in your own way with a private licensed guide. Let the guide know what special requests you have for the day and they will tailor your itinerary accordingly. All guides hold the nationally-licensed Tour Guide-Interpreter certification. It is issued by the Japanese government and requires a good understanding of Japanese culture and history. If you want to experience authentic local life, the backstreets of Yanaka, Shibamata, Fukagawa, and Asakusa are recommended. This tour feature a morning pickup at your hotel in Tokyo, then a visit to any number of possible sites. You can customize your itinerary according to the specific places you want to visit. See a suggested itinerary below.  First stop is the Shibamata neighborhood, where many historical shops can be found. Some have even been there for over a hundred years. It’s a great place to sample some classic Japanese snacks and street food, such as senbei, soy sauce crackers, and chewy rice balls. Next, head to the Yanaka Ginza neighborhood. Even among locals, it’s a lesser-known area that retains its old-Japan charm. Edo-era shops and restaurants line a small shopping street. Though the shops include modern 100-yen stores, there are many handicrafts, ceramics, and street food stores too. If you’ve become a fan of Japanese food during your travels, Kappabashi Street is a place to bring home something to cook or serve your own Japanese food with. Kappabashi is a long street lined with kitchen shops, plus the occasional kitchen clothing or fake food store. Other popular places you could visit on this tour include the Nezu and Sendagi areas, the Fukagawa Edo Museum, and the Asakusa district.

Japan: Pocket WiFi Router Collection at Narita Terminal 2

5. Japan: Pocket WiFi Router Collection at Narita Terminal 2

Access the internet all the time in Japan with your own 4G LTE pocket WiFi. Enjoy safe access to the web. Choose from a range of flexible plans, from 5 to 30 days. Pick up your WiFi router at Narita airport and connect to the web straight away. Arrive at Narita International Airport Terminal 2. Pick up your router at the Ninja WiFi counter. Start surfing the web instantly and avoid the hassle of public WiFi spots. Decide which plan you want. Benefit from a portable router that can connect up to 5 devices at once. Share your connection with your friends. Carry your router with you all over Japan and enjoy the internet wherever you go. Finish up your holiday in Japan and return the router to our counter at major international airports in Japan.

Tokyo: Asakusa Guided Tour with Tokyo Skytree Entry Tickets

6. Tokyo: Asakusa Guided Tour with Tokyo Skytree Entry Tickets

After having our flagship Asakusa in-depth history tour, we will enjoy a 10-minute hike on the Sumida River Walk, a pathway across the Sumida River connecting the historical neighborhood of Asakusa with the Tokyo Skytree area - two major and popular sightseeing spots in the city. The tour includes two major activities after we arrive at the Tokyo Skytree. 1) Climb to the lower and upper observation decks to enjoy the panoramic view of the city. We will use a smartphone app providing information on major tourist spots using the VR technology. Download this app to your smartphone; the guide will do the rest with the app helping you locate major landmarks and their information as you enjoy the panorama. 2) Stroll in the mega shopping complex and the guide will take you exactly to the shops you are looking for. You will find there what you genuinely want to take back home, not to mention Japanese souvenirs. For groups of three or more, we will use a headsset to hear the guide's voice clearly.

Tokyo: Japan's Cultural Curiosities Walking Tour

7. Tokyo: Japan's Cultural Curiosities Walking Tour

Your 3-hour Tokyo tour begins in the Ningyocho neighborhood, a district known for its timeless traditions and, as you’ll discover right away, tasty treats. The fragrance of cinnamon will lead you to a shop that specializes in Japanese sweets. Established in 1897, in the Meiji Era, this shop stays true to its origins. Visit an incense store that dates back to 1705, and learn about kōdō, the art of appreciating incense. You’ll also stop at a little gift shop that carries traditional Japanese items, from calligraphy tools to decorative wares. If you’re hungry by this point, that’s good, as you’ll be stopping at a snack shop from the Showa Era that features treats popular in the early 20th century, including candies, caramels, ramune soda, fish jerky, and bean paste snacks, to name a few. Next, you'll visit a shop that specialises in a traditional snack: senbei (rice crackers), a favourite in many Japanese households, which is happily gluten and dairy free. Try sweet kawara senbei (made from flour actually, not rice), as well as salty rice crackers, a favorite in many Japanese households. Cross the street to a shamisen shop, and learn a bit about this traditional Japanese stringed instrument. Then head to a local tenugui shop, where they sell woven hand towels depicting Japanese scenes. Your Tokyo tour guide will next show one of the 8 temples in Ningyocho. Visit a shrine where virtue, longevity, learning, and wealth are worshiped. You can offer a prayer here, and wash a coin to ensure a prosperous life. Visit the nearby neighborhood of Nihonbashi, a hub for merchants during the Edo period. Today, it’s predominantly a financial district that’s home to trading firms and the Tokyo Stock Exchange. Although Nihonbashi is very much a modern neighborhood, you’ll find many traditional Japanese shops hidden in its alleyways and even within its department stores. Stop at a seaweed shop, as well as an old-fashioned stationery shop that was established in 1946. Admire the display of calligraphy brushes, inks, traditional paints, handmade greeting cards, and little dolls. Check out a toothpick shop that has been in business since 1704 and that gives a little something extra special to buyers: each toothpick is wrapped in a piece of paper with a poem. You’ll also stop at a katsuobushi shop that can be traced back more than 200 years. Katsuobushi, or fish shavings, is used to make fish broth, the very essence of Japanese cooking. Lastly, you’ll visit a shop that makes golden leaves at 0.0001 of a millimeter, traditionally used for decorating ceramics, furnishings, and even food. The tour ends at the Nihonbashi information center, where you’ll get to taste a few more traditional Japanese sweets before saying sayōnara.

Tokyo: Private City Highlights Van or Car Tour

8. Tokyo: Private City Highlights Van or Car Tour

Enjoy the flexibility of being able to pick a set itinerary, or customize your own with this car or van tour in Tokyo. Relax as your driver takes you to must-see destinations like the Shibuya crossing and Meiji Jingu Shrine. Have the freedom to pick and choose which sites you want to visit. Be picked up from the comfort of your accommodation in Tokyo. Hop aboard the spacious and air-conditioned car. Pick from a range of transportation options that suit your group's size. Make your way to the historic neighborhood of Asakusa and see its impressive Kaminarimon gate. Head to the tallest structure in Japan, the Tokyo Skytree broadcasting and observation tower. Continue to the Chiyoda district to see the Tokyo Imperial Palace which is the main residence of the Emperor of Japan. The palace is made up of several buildings including the main palace, some residences of the Imperial Family, an archive, museums and administrative offices. Visit the Tsukiji Fish Market, and take a walk through the traditional wholesale market which sells seafood, vegetables, produce, and housewares, established in 1935. Get recommendations on where to purchase an authentic lunch. Drive to the Tokyo Tower which is a communications and observation tower in the Shiba-koen district of Minato and the second-tallest structure in Japan. Capture pictures of this lattice tower that is painted white and orange. See the world's busiest pedestrian crossing at Shibuya Crossing. Go to the tranquil Meiji Shrine which is a timber Shinto shrine in Shibuyahat is dedicated to the deified spirits of Emperor Meiji and his wife, Empress Shōken. Return to your accommodation at the end of your tour.

Helicopter Shuttle Service Between Narita and Tokyo

9. Helicopter Shuttle Service Between Narita and Tokyo

Get to Tokyo from Narita International Airport (or vice versa) quicker and easier with this handy helicopter shuttle service, and enjoy some bird's-eye views whilst in the air.  Traveling to your destination by helicopter saves you time by avoiding traffic jams on the road, and luggage restrictions experienced on the train are no longer an issue up in the air.  The trip between Narita Airport and Tokyo takes just 20 minutes (compared to an average travel time of 2 hours by car or bus), meaning you get to spend more time enjoying your trip.

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What people are saying about Chiba Prefecture

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Μrs Aki-san was an amazing guide! She told us about history of shrines and temples and during the tour she explained us everything!!! She was very polite and kind with us!!!! Amazing woman! I definitely recommend to go for it!!! Beautiful experience! Arigato Gozaimasu

Our guide Hideki was able to optimize his time well and present several tourist attractions in Tokyo. For those who are short on time and unfamiliar with Tokyo's train and subway lines, we recommend this customized tour.

Great wifi router with multiple pick-up/drop off options! Connections sometimes dropped prompting a restart, but overall it was great, especially for the price!

What a beautiful experience, the food was very good, the trip was very nice

Antonio was a great guide we toured Ueno Park and Yanaka