Language: 日本語, English

Welcome to Tokyo!

I'm working at a foreign-affiliated company, and often host a tour and dinner with people from headquarter after work. Talking with foreigners always makes me fun.
I've been learning Japanese Tea ceremony, The way of Tea, and already got master title. Japanese tea ceremony began more than 400years ago and handed down to present, and you can know essence of it if you would like to.

I like communication with foreign people very much and also like telling about Japanese culture.

In Tokyo there are so many things to see, experience. I guarantee that you can find everything you want and will be satisfied to visiting Tokyo.
I want to help you to raise your satisfactory level. And please feel free to contact me and let me know your interests. I can arrange best plan for you.

Let's have a lot of fun with me!

Reviews about 's Activities (19)

Nobuyuki-san is an incredible guide and my wife and I were very lucky to have him so us around Tokyo. Tokyo is an amazing city, but it is a little intimidating for first-time visitors (who don't speak Japanese). With Nobu-san's help, we were able to see the many highlights of Tokyo, while also having a great companion to chat with and learn from. Nobu-san met us at our hotel in Shinjuku to begin the tour. He took us to Golden Gai and the Hanazono Shrine, where he showed us how to properly bow at a Shinto shrine. We continued the tour in Shinjuku, passing by Omoide Yokocho and visiting the basement of the Odakyu department store, where we saw amazing food displays. Nobu-san then took us to Harajuku, where we walked down Takeshita street to ogle at the throngs of people and store displays. We also stopped by an owl cafe which was a fun and unique experience. I think it was Nobu-san's first time doing that as well :) We walked past Omote Sando and then, getting hungry, Nobu-san found us a great lunch spot that specialized in Okonomiyaki. Without him, there was probably no way we'd find a place like that or be able to order from a completely Japanese menu, so we were lucky to have him. Afterwards, we visited Meji-jingu, which was beautiful. It was a good time to go, because November is the month where parents bring their 3 and 5 year old boys and 3 and 5 year old girls to the shrine for blessings. It was fun to see families in their kimonos all go to the shrine. We ended the tour in Akihabara, where Nobu-san took us to an electronics store as well as Mandarake. During the whole tour, Nobu-san was very informative about the things we were seeing and our questions. He was a very pleasant and enjoyable companion. We highly recommend him!

Intelligent, classy and accomplished Nobu-san (who is a tea ceremony Master! showed us so much of Tokyo in a lightning strike 4 hours, using subway amid nutty Sunday crowds. He was wonderful and would have given us more time but we had an early dinner appointment. He is NOT doing it for money but to show foreigners how to enjoy Tokyo, meet people and practice his English. He's a really busy professional (not related to tourism) and helping tourists in his spare time so is very busy and only available at limited times. He has tons of local knowledge and explained a lot of Tokyo that is weird or puzzling to foreigners (and even to other Japanese!) We did - Shibuya Area - Hachi Statue (of the famous dog) which a stray cat huddled for shelter Crazy Shibuya Crossing and view of it from Starbucks (He protected me while I took photos while crossing) Akihabara Area - Electric town ..and walked past Maid Cafes, the famous AKB theater, saw girls dressed as maids paid to innocently accompany and converse with men, and explored famous anime store Mandarake (full of collectors' old toys, Doujin for men or women, dolls and their parts), then ran through Radio Kaikan(a building which rents out displays for collectors selling their figurines in thousands of show cases). And I tried to play Pachinko but it wasn't worth the 1000 Y fee! Shinjuku Area West side and waling over to north of Shinjuku station. Omoide yokocho (tons of small closet sized restaurant-bars) and a superb tonkatsu curry chain Don Qijoute, Godzilla road, Kabukicho, Love Hotel area, Golden Gai Bar Area and Hanazono Shrine. I really recommend you TRY to book time with him. With all the places he showed us, my son and I returned to hang out in, and found fantastic bars and eateries in Shinjuku the next night where we met and chatted with some amazing chefs and a heavy metal bass guitar- playing bartender (yes, go to Turan Bar)!

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