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Tokyo 1 Day A Day in the Life of a Sumo Wrestler

Period: Jun. 3,10,17; Aug. 5,12,19,26; Sep. 2,9; Oct. 7,14; Dec. 9,16,23; Jan. 6; Feb. 3,10,17

18,000 yen
A typical day in the life of a sumo wrestler starts with early morning practice. It's a spectacle to see these powerful wrestlers battling it out in these morning sessions. After you watch them unleash their strength in the ring, it's your turn to st...
Tokyo 1 Day Make Your Own Sushi

Period: Mondays & Wednesdays (Except for Nov. 3)

17,700 yen
From watching the master chef at a sushi restaurant, it may look as though the art of sushi making is effortless. Although, when you try to make sushi yourself, you will realize just how difficult it really is to make perfectly shaped sushi. The art ...
Tokyo 1 Day Japanese Traditional Cooking

Period: Every 2nd & 4th Friday of the month (Except for Dec.26)

30,000 yen
Hifumi- is an exclusive, reservations-only Japanese restaurant. A master Japanese chef, who appeared in the Michelin Guide (the classic guide to exceptional restaurants), will teach you about the rich culture behind Japanese cuisine and how to prepar...
Tokyo 1 Day Learn Kimono painting Technique (Edo-Yuzen) at Naomi Kaneko's Art Studio

Period: Every Friday (Except for Jul. 18,25, Jan. 2)

14,800 yen
Yuzen is a popular, traditional Japanese kimono-dyeing technique. Intricate patterns on yuzen kimonos are all hand-drawn and dyed. Visit the studio of Ms. Kaneko (who has 33 years of experience as a yuzen artist) and see her masterpieces. Then try dy...
Tokyo 1 Day At Home with Mrs. Shinobu

Period: Tuesday & Thursday (Except for Mar. 18,20; Apr. 29; May 6; Jun. 3,19; Jul. 8,24,29,31; Aug. 19)

23,000 yen
Would you like to visit a typical Japanese home and enjoy the company of a Japanese family? Tea ceremony master Mrs. Shinobu, has graciously opened the door of her home for you. What does a typical room look like? Or a typical bath? Let's have a peek...
Tokyo 1 Day Taiko Drumming Course & Asakusa Walk

Period: Thursdays (Except for Jul. 31; Aug. 7,14; Jan. 1; Mar. 5; Jul. 30; Aug. 6)

9,800 yen
Taiko drums are considered to be one of the first percussion instruments invented by humans. This tour will lead you to discover the wonders of taiko drums. The tour starts at the Drum Museum where you can observe and touch a collection of drums whic...
Tokyo 1 Day The World of Japanese Calligraphy

Period: Tuesday & Thursday@(Except for Jul. 22,24; Aug. 5,7,12,14; Oct. 14; Dec. 11,25,30; Jan. 1,6,8; Mar. 10; Apr. 30; Jun. 9)

9,800 yen
You may have seen written Kanji (Chinese characters) before but have you ever tried to write them yourself? A single kanji embodies both sound and meaning. These characters give us a glimpse of how people in ancient times felt and viewed things. Afte...
Tokyo 1 Day The Charm of Wind Chimes

Period: Monday & Friday (Jul.1 - Sep. 30; Oct. 13; Nov. 3,24; Dec. 26,29; Jan. 2,5,9,12; Mar.20)

8,900 yen
Would you like to make your very own Japanese wind chime? In Japan, the cool sounds of wind chimes divert us from the heat of summer. In the olden days, craftsmen used to sell chimes in towns across Japan. Shinohara Wind Chimes is the only place in J...
Tokyo 1 Day Who Wants to be Be a Samurai

Period: Jun. 1, 5,15; Jul. 6, 21, 28; Aug. 7,14,21,28; Sep. 1,11,15,23; Oct. 2,13,20,30; Nov. 13,17,24; Dec. 1,11,25,29; Jan. 15,19,29; Feb. 2,11,19,23; Mar. 5,9,20,23

12,900 yen
Through practicing with an imitation sword, you will learn that you don't need strength to slice a Japanese sword in the correct way. Before throwing them yourself, you will also learn how the real ninja use(d) ninja stars. You will soon appreciate w...
Tokyo 1 Day Original Paper Lanterns & A Stroll Through Asakusa

Period: Every third Sunday (Fourth Sunday in May)

9,800 yen
Asakusa is a popular spot amongst tourists. The big, red paper lanterns that hang in a line from the Kaminari Gate (the entrance to Asakusa) to Sensoji Temple are icons of Asakusa. These lanterns are made from Japanese paper called washi and have spe...
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G-1 International Club
Special Introductory Discount: ALL Include / 1 hour for 12,000yen
Mexico Lindo
Complimentary Guacamole (Half size)
Tempura Fukushima
Complimentary Beer
Seventh Heaven
5,500yen- with 2 Drinks included.
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