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Private Harajuku Omotesando Architecture Walking Tour

Private Harajuku Omotesando Architecture Walking Tour
Walking & Biking Tours > Walking Tours > City Walk
$63.81
Duration: 3 hours
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Description

This is a three hour architecture walking tour in Harajuku and Omotesando by a nationally licensed tour guide. As this is a private tour, it is adjustable to your interests and knowledge of architecture, it will be a good experience for architecture lovers and professionals that want to do more than just "see the sights." Visit the Harajuku and Omotesando neighborhoods to see the wealth of the architectural gems and learn bit about the Omotesando history which deeply relates to 1964 and the upcoming 2020 Olympics.

Checking out one of Tokyo's most impressive landmarks, the Yoyogi Olympic Stadium, from a distance, you will also see the modern and unique fashion boutique architecture of boutiques such as The Iceberg, Dior, Louis Vuitton, Tod's, Sunny Hills and Prada.

Harajuku is one of the cute Japanese shopping streets famous for teenage girls, and Omotesando is similar to the Japanese equivalent of Rodeo Drive with high-end boutiques lined up. By walking this area, you will understand the attractiveness of this area and see how unique it can be.

Once you step into the back streets, a wide variety of Japanese lifestyles can be observed. You will understand how diverse it is and just how many characters live just in this small area. 

You will begin your tour in front of the Meiji shrine. You will also see some of Japan's emerging architectural works between the big names.

You will take a side trip to see the backstreet neighborhood to appreciate the different aspects of the area and stop by at a cafe to have a short break while walking and enjoy some conversation.

This is a three hour architecture walking tour in Harajuku and Omotesando by a nationally licensed tour guide. As this is a private tour, it is adjustable to your interests and knowledge of architecture, it will be a good experience for architecture lovers and professionals that want to do more than just "see the sights." Visit the Harajuku and Omotesando neighborhoods to see the wealth of the architectural gems and learn bit about the Omotesando history which deeply relates to 1964 and the upcoming 2020 Olympics.