Virtual stroll in Asakusa (Tokyo) with A Local Expert

by Arigato Travel K.K.
  • Location
    Tokyo, Japan
  • Duration
  • Language(s)
    • English


Every guidebook and checklist will tell you that the Asakusa area is a “Must See!” But we know you want to get off the beaten track and discover hidden spots and tasty treats that most tourists will never find.

 Lauren, your local host, will bring you on a live tour and show you around the streets of this historical area, introduce you to her favorite shops, and share the beauty from a local’s perspective.


25 tickets


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  • What is a virtual tour?

    All of our online tours are live and interactive. This means everyone on the tour can speak directly to the guide throughout the tour to experience the destination as if you are actually there.

  • How To Join A Tour

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  • Qualified Guides & Hosts

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Preparing for your Virtual Tour

We will be hosting this live experience on an online platform. Please be ready about 5 mins before to test out your connection. Any questions you can message us.

Meet Your Live Virtual Guide

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Arigato Tours
Arigato Travel K.K.

Japan is one of the most exciting and memorable places in the world. Join Arigato Japan's online and virtual experiences with local experts to get a taste of this amazing country from the comfort of your couch! DIY cocktails, Green Tea making, a virtual visit to Tokyo, we have something for everyone! You’ll end each experience knowing you have new friends here and great local connections for the future!

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  • Ryman Health Care

    Thank you to Lauren Shaoon for the very interesting and enjoyable tour of Asakusa, Tokyo. I visited Asakusa many years ago when I lived in Japan, but Lauren has taught me far more than I ever learned during that time.

    I'm looking forward to our next virtual tour in Japan already!