Overview of Shinkyo
Home to Shinkyo is the city of Tokyo in the country of Japan. Shinkyo is not generally crowded with tourists and visitors.
Top attractions of Tokyo worth your visit include Meiji Jingu Shrine, Ueno Park, Roppongi, Tsukiji Fish Market and Tokyo National Museum. Visit these and also discover other interesting things to do in Tokyo before planning.
Shinkyo is generally not available on the guided Tokyo tours, but there are plenty others that are worth visiting.
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Book this seasonal full-day tour only available in the spring and visit Mt Fuji as well as other popular attractions in Yamanashi Prefecture! By joining this trip, you will have a chance to pick and eat fresh seasonal fruits. Do not miss theÂ chanc
This cultural tour is a 90-minute geisha experience at a modern ochaya, or contemporary tea house, where geisha entertain guests with song, dance, games and conversation. Guests may learn about the geisha culture and history while seeing how the loca
Would you like to get a glimpse of the fascinating and secretive world of the geisha? Sayuki, the first westerner to ever debut as a geisha, will set aside time to have a private lunch with you at a traditional Japanese restaurant and fill you in on
Yanaka is a historical part of Tokyo, developed as a temple town in the Edo period (1603-1867). Prominent temples were founded and still exist in the area. In the past people living all over the Edo(the former name of Tokyo) used to visit Yanaka for
Enjoy authentic samurai training. In just one hour you will be able to learn some of the traditional performing art of Japanese sword.
This activity is perfect for those interested in watching a serious practice of Japan's national sport known as sumo wrestling. Your knowledgeable guide will provide an overview of the sport and you will spend approximately two hours watching the wre
Don't miss your chance to interact with real sumo wrestlers! Learn about the behind-the-scene stories and daily life of a real sumo wrestler while enjoying Chanko nabe (Japanese hot pot). This is also a very rare opportunity to actually wrestle with
During your lesson with the professional Shodo (Japanese calligraphy) artist, you will learn how to write basics with a brush. There will be an English-speaker present to help you communicate and ask the teacher any questions you may have. When
Explore the Hakone area on this full-day trip with guide. Experience the Hakone Ropeway and the Hakone Pirate Ship Cruise at Lake Ashi. Visit Owakudani Valley, recently reopened following a closure due to the last volcano eruption. Enjoy a delicious
This is approximately 4.5 hours of activities to explore Tokyo. First, you will enjoy a short session of Zazen, then approximately one hour of exploring by walking around the historical Shitamachi wards. Afterwards, you will enjoy a 2.5 hour long Hir
On this 3-hour walking tour you will see both modern and traditional buildings from prominent Japanese architects. Walk along Omotesando Street where locals and visitors go to see and be seen. This walk goes through the heart of Tokyo where
The JR Pass is the best way to travel Japan. Not only can you and your family enjoy unlimited rides on most JR trains, but you can also use many of the JR bus services as well. You can ride the famous bullet train, the express Shinkansen! This JR Pas
Beautiful ancient bridge. You can view from various angles and it is a lovely sight. There is a fee to cross the bridge that seemed quite steep so we didn't do that. The bridge is opposite the steps up to the main Nikko temples so a good place to start. Incidentally, the temples are all close to Nikko, perhaps a 1 mile walk. I slightly regretted buying the expensive bus pass which we hardly used...
Iconic bridge at the base of 'the Temples and Shrines of Nikko'. Actually a part of Nikko Futarasan Shrine, You can cross it for a fee, but it's best viewed from the nearby bridge I always go by foot from Nikko Station, and this is a natural first stop on the way to the temples and shrines (but if you can't or won't walk, there's a bus stop nearby. Also makes for a good view from the car, going to Chuzenji lake. The turquoise water underneath the red bridge makes for great photo opportunities.
They say you get a little bit of luck by walking over this vermilion bridge! Well worth it, only costs 300yen, they even sell a map guide which offers discounts to other areas in Nikko including for use on this bridge as well!
The bridge is just one way in and out from where you enter it. Have to visit here if go to Nikko fot the first time.
Great bridge and awesome pics I took. Arrived there in the morning, no one was there to spoil my photos:) Nice forerunner for the entire shrine!