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During your vacation with Japan Deluxe Tours, our tour guides are ready to share the unique blend of traditional sights and customs in Kyoto with the lively world of Anime & J-Pop in Tokyo. Having inside knowledge of the country and insights to where the best spots are, the travel specialists at Japan Deluxe Tours can help you find the perfect vacation package. Interested in a kaiten sushi lunch? No problem. Want to see magnificent Japanese Castles and then hit up Tokyo Disneyland? We can arrange that. Maybe you just want to see a Japanese koi pond with the cherry blossoms? Our guides can help make that happen. When it comes to Japan, let the experts take care of you.
For all of our tour participants with a free day in Tokyo, Japan Deluxe Tours has countless excursions and optional tours guests can enjoy. If you are a big fan of Anime & Manga, Japan Deluxe Tours has a few recommendation for incredible Anime Attractions to enjoy while in Akihabara & Tokyo.
Center of Japan's otaku culture in downtown Tokyo
One of the Largest Most Popular Anime Chain Stores in Japan
one of Tokyo's most popular gaming arcade chains
Cafes where people pay to stay to read mangas
the go-to stop for gamers or collectors looking for classic consoles
The cafe with maids waitresses and treat the customers as their masters
Tokyo shrine that sells special good luck charms for blessing your electronic devices.
Line of Anime, Candy, and Ramen stores in the JR Tokyo Station Underground area
Pokemon Fans reminisce their childhood with Pikachu
Museum Designed by Studio Ghibli director Hayao Miyazaki in Tokyo
The sacred place of Otaku culture - Anime, Manga, Game, Costume Shops
Life-size Gundam Model Standing 72 ft Tall
Official goods shop was opened in Harajyuku
Hayao Miyazaki Designed Clock at Tokyo's Shiodome Station
Come to Tongari Island and hang out with the Mugiwara Crew!
Buy officially licensed goods and products of the characters featured in Weekly Jump
Robots battle while lasers, flashing lights and trance music encompass the room
Museum offers a historic overview on Japanese animation.