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“Your name.” Going on an electric bicycle  A 6-hour tour of a sacred place. (With support car)
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“Your name.” Going on an electric bicycle A 6-hour tour of a sacred place. (With support car)

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“Your name.” Going on an electric bicycle A 6-hour tour of a sacred place. (With support car)<br>The first departure starts from 2 people every week. (If you have not reached the initial number, we will contact you separately.)<br>It will be a day tour to see around Asakusa.<br><br>Basically it is a plan with a guide by Japanese, but it is also possible to handle in Korean, English, Chinese, Vietnamese<br>In some cases, we may tour with foreigners.<br><br>Of course, if you are a family, you can also arrange for a family tour.<br>If you have any questions, please feel free to ask questions.<br><br>* Schedules and time zones may vary around the season.<br><br>Meeting place: Hotel lobby within Tokyo's 23 wards<br>With support car<br><br>1. The National Art Center, Tokyo (2 hours)<br>This is a place where Tsuji visits on a date with senior Okudera who is longing for a part-time job. The two people eat at the “Salon de Terondo” on the second floor of the building. This cafe with a conical shape floating in the air seems to be popular for its high-quality sweets such as cakes and macaroons. We have prepared a trip around the building because it is a spot that is a secret spot among the locals.<br><br>2. Move to Shinanomachi by electric bicycle (15 minutes)<br><br>3. Sakai JR Shinanomachi-mae footbridge (30 minutes)<br>The footbridge that appears many times in the play is just off JR Shinanomachi Station on the left. This is where Mio and Okudera farewell date and Mitsuha who visited Tokyo tried to call him. You can take a walk, and the docomo tower seen from here is also a spectacular spot.<br><br>4. Seitoku Memorial Picture Gallery (1 hour)<br>The building reflected in the background of the school scene of the samurai and others is the “Saintoku Memorial Painting Hall” on the Jingu Gaien near JR Shinanomachi Station. This museum, which is designated as an important cultural property of the country, displays a precious huge mural depicting the progress of Japanese modernization from the end of the Edo period to the Meiji period. Mural paintings are the times when Japanese clothes are changing from kimono to clothes. The mix of Japanese tradition and Western culture is very interesting, and it is worth seeing if you want to know Japan a little older than today.<br>* Tickets will be prepared if you apply in advance.<br><br>5. Move to Shinjuku by electric bicycle (15 minutes)<br><br>6. Lunch (1 hour)<br>Conveying sushi is planned.<br><br>7. Intersection behind Shinjuku Police Station<br><br>8. Shinjuku Big Guard East
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iancc wrote a review Jan 2020
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For our party of 8 with 9 pieces of luggage plus a ski bag and hand luggage we decided on a private transfer from our Narita hotel to our hotel in Myoko Kogen (MK). The beauty of using Lampya Ichibeh (or Tabiya Ichibeh) is that they can build an itinerary with a visit to the snow monkey park along the way. Otherwise, one wastes a day for the transfer and an additional day or at the least a half day to visit the snow monkeys, so better to do it in one hop – of course it comes at a price; more than double when compared to using one of the 2 shuttle services to MK. However, it’s less than double when you factor in the costs of a separate snow monkey park visit and from a cost/benefit (efficient use of time and convenient door-to-door service) perspective we thought it worthwhile. As far as the Lampya Ichibeh service goes, it was great. We had a clean 12 seater mini-bus with a separate luggage trailer. Icibeh-san was punctual and a cautious driver. He provided us with a hand-written itinerary in English (his spoken English was limited). We also received a generous gift of delicious local Nagano apples to eat along the way. We had a 2 hr stop at the snow monkey park, which gave us about 80 minutes with the monkeys, which was more than enough. If you’re thinking of organising a private transfer between Narita or Haneda to MK (I think they also do other resorts in the Nagano/Niigata area) and also wish to see the snow monkeys all in one day then I’d recommend Lapmya Ichibeh.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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