Tokyo Private Walking Subway Full-Day Tour

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CHILD FARE: Children (6-11 years old): 5,000 JPY / PAX   The price includes tax, admission, transportation (1-day Metro Pass), English-speaking guide, pick-up and drop-off service. Lunch is not included. Infant (0-5 years old) is free.

Tiered Pricing

1 person ¥47,000 per/person ¥47,000 total
2 persons ¥22,000 per/person ¥44,000 total
3 persons ¥15,000 per/person ¥45,000 total
4 persons ¥14,000 per/person ¥56,000 total
5 persons ¥12,000 per/person ¥60,000 total
6 persons ¥11,500 per/person ¥69,000 total
7 persons ¥11,000 per/person ¥77,000 total
8 persons ¥10,500 per/person ¥84,000 total
  • 7 HOURS
  • PICK-UP FROM MOST HOTEL within the 23 wards of Tokyo
  • MIN: 1 guest MAX: 8 guests


Japan Gray Line now provides a private Tokyo city tour tailored for first-time visitors. This exclusive experience includes a licensed English-speaking guide, and transportation via the subway. The tour encompasses major Tokyo landmarks such as Meiji Shrine, Shibuya Crossing, Tokyo Tower, Tsukiji Outer Market, and Asakusa. Our tour fares are exceptionally reasonable, with tiered pricing designed to help large families save significantly on their expenses!


  • 1

    Tour starts at 10:00 A.M. from your Hotel.

  • 2

    Meiji Shinto Shrine

    We will take the subway from the nearest station to your hotel to reach Meiji Shrine. Completed in 1920, this shrine is a tribute to Emperor Meiji, a key figure in modern Japan during the 19th century. Enjoy a leisurely stroll through the serene forest surroundings and appreciate the distinctive Shinto-style architecture.

    Approx. 40-minute

  • 3

    Shibuya Crossing

    The journey from Meiji Shrine to Shibuya Station is a short one, taking only a few minutes. Situated in the heart of Shibuya City, one of the 23 wards in Tokyo Metropolis, the station is known for its iconic pedestrian crossing. Just outside Shibuya Station, you’ll have the opportunity to capture a photo of the world-famous Hachiko dog monument!

    Approx. 15-minute

  • 4

    Tokyo Tower

    Tokyo Tower, constructed in 1958, once held the title of the world’s tallest structure. We go up to a observation deck, situated at a height of 150 meters, using a high-speed elevator. From the Main Deck, enjoy a breathtaking panorama of Tokyo that showcases the city’s remarkable views.

    Approx. 40-minute

  • 5

    Tsukiji Outer Market

    Although Tsukiji Fish Market for wholesaler was relocated to Toyosu in 2018, Tsukiji “Outer Market” remain in the same place. It always draws many international tourists who look for fresh seafood and sushi. You can have a lunch break here. Your guide suggest the best place for lunch to you.

    Approx. 60-minute

  • 6

    Asakusa and Sensoji Buddhist Temple

    Sensoji Temple is one of the oldest and largest Buddhist temples in Tokyo, with a history dating back to its establishment in 645. This iconic temple holds a rich cultural and historical significance, making it a must-visit for those interested in exploring the spiritual and traditional aspects of Tokyo. Your tour guide will take you back your hotel by subway after visiting the temple.

    Approx. 60-minute


1 The tour operates daily, except for January 1 to 3 and the first Sunday of March. However, due to operational reasons, the tour may be cancelled without prior notification.
2 Subway, specifically Tokyo Metro and Toei Subway, along with the possibility of JR trains, serves as the primary mode of transportation for this tour, facilitating travel between destinations and providing pick-up and drop-off services.
3 Due to weather condition or other operational reasons, the itinerary may be subject to change or certain visits may be omitted or substituted. Even in such circumstances, the tour may not be canceled, and the tour fare will not be refunded.
4 If your hotel is situated outside our designated pick-up range and alternative transportation, such as a subway, is not feasible, guests are responsible for covering the fare. This includes the cost for both the guide’s transportation to the first destination and from the last destination back to your hotel.
5 The tour involves a good amount of walking outdoors. We suggest wearing sneakers or comfortable shoes.
6 Please prepare rain gear, such as umbrella or a raincoat, in case of bad weather.