Explore Japan on foot
Hiring a great guide will add a whole new depth to your time in Japan and the destination you are exploring. All of our guides are extremely professional and knowledgeable. They will meet you at your hotel, listen to your travel style, and will suggest an sightseeing itinerary that is specifically designed for you. Japan Roads is very careful about the guides we use and only hire the best for your tour.
I am an certified English tour guide based in Tokyo. I have a long experience in tourism and art field. I love to please people, so by hearing your preference, I would like to propose the best sightseeing program for you.
Fukiko Teramachi has lived in the Kyoto area for her entire life. She loves to travel both around Japan and overseas in Asia and Europe. She enjoys meeting the local people and exploring the “off-the-beaten-track” places. Her interests are Japanese, Thai, and German cuisine. Fukiko knows a lot about Japanese kimonos and she loves hunting for rare, old kimonos.
After living in California for a total of 15 years and coming back about 20 years ago, I have been rediscovering Japan through introducing it as a certified national guide/interpreter. I appreciate the fact Japan has an unique history and a great diversity of cultural backgrounds, including traditional arts/crafts and local cuisines. Tokyo is an enormous city with different neighborhoods and faces, it seems like it changes almost everyday. It is my great pleasure to show this city especially Ueno area where I grew up along Yanaka/Nezu Shitamachi (traditional) neighborhoods. Please let me know what your interests are so I can create a custom sightseeing plan.
After becoming a National Certified English Guide & Interpreter Takao Uruno has lead many groups with a variety of requirements and has a personal motto of “Anywhere, anytime and to anyone, I will provide sincere, swift and sure service.” His experiences include sightseeing in Tokyo to locations like Asakusa, Imperial Palace, Meiji Shrine, Edo-Tokyo Museum, Ginza, Roppongi Hills, Akihabara, Tokyo Metropolitan Government Office, Tokyo Tower, Tsukiji Fish Market and other areas in the city. He has also lead specialty groups that have interest in Ninja Training, Robot & Animation, Toshiba Museum & Panasonic Museum, Winery & Jam making in Yamanashi Prefecture, Kamakura, Mt. Fuji, Hakone & Izu National Park and Yokohama.
Yukari Marsh – Japan Roads Tour Guide OkinawaClear turquoise blue water, white sandy beaches, great coral reefs for diving, kayaking and forest trekking are all set here in Okinawa Japan! Great foods? – Yes, we have a lot of them! Okinawan food may make you live long like Okinawan females do – the world highest longevity! I have been guiding exclusively in Okinawa since 2006 and know Okinawa inside out. Hope to see you here soon!