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  1. Optional Tours Japan Trek 2010

  2. Optional Tours list Others • Kabuki (Japaneswedance drama) • Sado (tea ceremony) • Maiko (Japanese women dancers) • KBS (Keio Business School) Districts • Akihbara • Asakusa • Ginza+ Marunouchi • Harajuku + Omote-sando + Shibuya • Roppongi • Shinjuku • Tsukiji • Kamakura

  3. Akihabara(秋葉原) • Radio Kaikan - the holy place for anime and manga lovers. • Electronic town stroll – many electronic shops including duty free shops • Visit Yodobashi Camera Multi-Media Akiba:The biggest electronic retail store in Japan • Tokyo Anime Center at UDX building - symbol of high-tech and pop culture • Maid (housekeeper) Cafe experience – Cafe Rokumeikan

  4. Radio Kaikan Yodobashi Camera

  5. Maid Café (Rokumeikan) Tokyo Anime Center at UDX building

  6. The Holy Place for Otaku (anorak)

  7. Asakusa(浅草) • Senso-ji Temple - Tokyo's most famous and popular temple. Built in the 7th century • Nakamise Street - lined by more than 50 shops, which offer local specialties • Ride on Rickshaw – human powered transport (JPY 8,000, or 65 Euros / 30min, 2 people, option) • Sukiyaki (AsakusaImahan) - a Japanese dish in the Japanese Hot pot style. • Sumida River Line – boarding waterbus, short trip to Odaiba / Hamarikyu

  8. Sensoji – temple Kaminarimon Rickshaw Nakamise street

  9. AsakusaImahan – Sukiyaki experience

  10. Waterbus on Sumida river Odaiba Hamarikyu

  11. Ginza(銀座)and Marunouchi • Sony Building • Shopping experience at department store (e.g. Mitsukoshi, Matsuya、Marui), or Brand shops(e.g. Louis Vuitton, Hermes, Emporio Armani, Dior, Gucci) • Rest at Hibiya Park • Sweets (dessert) experience

  12. Corridor street Hibiya park

  13. Ginza and Marunouchi(丸の内) • Marunouchi Building (Marubiru) Opened in 2002 just in front of Tokyo Station, the new landmark • Imperial Palace - the residence of Japan's Imperial Family

  14. Imperial Palace

  15. Harajuku(原宿)+ Omote-sando + Shibuya • TakeshitaDori- the symbol of Harajuku and birthplace of many of Japan's fashion trends • Oriental Bazaar - one of Tokyo's largest souvenir shops, very popular among foreign travelers • Uraharajuku – many unique fashion stores along with back street • Meiji Shrine - a Shinto shrine dedicated to the deified spirits of Emperor Meiji

  16. TakeshitaDori Ura-harajuku Meiji Shrine

  17. Harajuku + Omote-sando(表参道)+ Shibuya • Omote-sando Hills – recently opened (in 2006) shopping complex • Shopping experience at brand store (e.g. Louis Vuitton, Celine, Samantha Thavasa) • Rest at a fancy cafe • Strolling Kotto street

  18. Harajuku + Omote-sando + Shibuya(渋谷) • Hachiko Statue - a statue of a loyal dog, modeled in movie “Hachiko” • Center Gai- a busy pedestrian zone lined by stores, boutiques, game centers, night clubs and restaurants. • Love Hotel Hill - this area of Shibuya has a high concentration of love hotels • Yoyogi Park

  19. Love Hotel Hills Center Gai

  20. Roppongi(六本木) • Roppoingi Hills + Tokyo City View & Mori Art Museum (Option) • Tokyo Mid-town - The Midtown Tower is with 248 meters Tokyo's tallest building • Tokyo tower - the world's tallest self-supporting steel tower (333 m) • Hanami (cherry blossom viewing) at Zojoji– famous temple for its beautiful cherry blossoms

  21. Shinjuku(新宿) • Shinjuku Skyscraper District • Hanami (cherry blossom viewing) at Shinjuku Gyoen - one of Tokyo's largest and most pleasant parks • Strolling Kabukicho - Japan's largest red light district

  22. Kabuki-cho Shinjuku gyoen

  23. Tsukiji Fish Market(築地) • Tuna Auctions: open to visitors from 5:00am to 6:15am • Sushi breakfast • Viewing many fish shops in the market

  24. Sushi experience at fish market

  25. Kamakura (鎌倉)Kanagawa • Great Buddha - Large bronze Buddha Statue • Hachimangu Shrine - Kamakura's most important Shinto shrine.  • ZeniaraiBenten - Shrine where visitors wash their money • Local eno-den excursion

  26. Great Buda statue Hachimangu Shrine Zeniaraibenten Eno-den

  27. Kabuki (歌舞伎)on April 3 • Kabuki-za (East Ginza) – Kabuki show, 30 to 70 min, JPY 700 – 1,500 (5 to 11 euros), English translation available)

  28. Sado (茶道, the way of tea, tea ceremony) • Happo-en - Otemae experience, JPY 2,200 (16.5 Euros)

  29. Kimono (着物, Japanese dress)at Kyoto Budget: JPY 10,000 (= 80 Euros)

  30. Maiko watching (舞妓)at Kyoto Budget JPY 3,000 (=24 Euros)

  31. Keio Business School (Hiyoshi)