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2-Chome Chuo-ku Meet at: JR Soga Station, Chiba 260-0834 Chiba Prefecture
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Private Tour - Wander off the "mainstream" track of Tokyo, and visit Chiba
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Private Tour - Wander off the "mainstream" track of Tokyo, and visit Chiba

Fantastic photo opportunities of beautiful views in Chiba City<br><br>40 minutes by train outside of Tokyo, not far from Narita International airport, is Chiba City. Chiba is rich in nature with many wonderful places to visit. <br><br>There is a botanical garden with beautiful sights to see throughout the year, a beach with a tropical vibe, and a location registered as one of Japan's Nightscape Heritage Sites, to name a few. Despite it being located right beside Tokyo, Chiba is little known by visitors from abroad. <br><br>Become the first of many to explore this wonderful area to get a more rural taste of Japan! Once you have made your way to Chiba, for the rest of the day, your otomo tour guide will do all the navigating, so just relax and enjoy your private tour.
$137.28 per adult
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Reiko1003 wrote a review Sep 2015
Tokyo Prefecture, Japan3 contributions1 helpful vote
I truly enjoyed Terura's cooking lesson. She customized and prepared the menu to my needs. She chose healthy ingredients like Tofu, hijiki, mushrooms, and soy cream. I learned how to make Japanese dishes that were flavorful and tasted like a home style meal. As a bilingual instructor, she was able to teach in English to make it easier for me. She also introduced practical techniques for the preparing the best rice and how to make green tea without tasting bitter. I definitely want to take future lessons and have already set another date with her. Her warmth and interest for helping Westerners learn about the Japanese culture through cooking is inspiring to me. Terura is a bridge or "kakehashi" for Japan.
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Date of experience: September 2015
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