Ride to foodie spots on a retro tram
From ¥6,100 / person
10:30 AM – 1:00 PM
The fees and schedule provided are for reference only. They may vary depending on availability. Please inquire using the form below for more information.
What is Hokkori? Hokkori means feeling cozy, relaxed, and warmed in the cockles of your heart. For this experience, I will take you to see the old and nostalgic side of Tokyo, with hidden gems, cafes, canteens, and eateries that only the locals know about. We'll take the Tokyu Setagaya Line, a cute little tramway that runs through this unexplored neighborhood in Tokyo. The Setagaya Line opened in 1925 and it only has two cars, but it still has that relaxed air and retro feel—and all the areas along the tram line evoke that same feeling. I'll take you to all the secret spots that I've been visiting since I was a kid. We'll stop by my favorite shop and temple, and we'll also have a bite of some local snacks. You will feel the friendly atmosphere of good old Tokyo. At the end of my experience, you'll feel and understand the true meaning of Hokkori:)This tour is not just about food, but also about the culture of Tokyo and how the locals live.More tours & Best offers!https://ktcorporation.wixsite.com/luxurytokyo/ride-to-foodie-spots-on-a-retro-tramIf you have a sweet tooth,come to my other foodie tour!https://www.airbnb.jp/experiences/85114Other things to noteAirbnb rules and regulations state that tram tickets and some foods are paid for by the individual not the host.It's suitable for kids and adults.If you have a food restriction, please let me know in advance.
wide enough to adequately allow wheelchairs to enter in addition to caregivers, equipped with handrails and emergency call buttons
Mainly flat or leveled ground
The entrances are all wide enough for wheelchair users
Audio and visual
Designated sighted guideLet me know in advance, then I will bring the sighted guide
Allotted break times
We can rest in a cafe or a temple.
Minimal / no line
There is no queuing in this activity (maximum 1min long)
I'm a food blogger, a writer and an Instagramer and have a big passion to find delicious desserts. People call me 'sweets hunter'! I've eaten a total over 5000 sweets in the past 10 years all over the world. We have so many delicious desserts in Japan, I'd like to show the world special desserts that bring back my childhood memories. I will take you on a tour of Musashi-koyama, which is a vibrant and lively neighborhood situated close to the center of Tokyo. This is where I grew up, so I possess an in-depth knowledge of the best shops and eateries out of the hundreds that occupy the area.
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