Accompanying Person's Program

We arranged four tours for the accompanying persons during AGA 20. Please apply by email () to book the tours by 15 September. The Accompanying person's registration is required to participate in the below tours. Please pay the tour fees at the onsite registration on 29 October.

How to book: Please email () which tour you would like to book.

Payment: At the onsite registration on 29 October in Cash (JPY).

On 30 October

1Shinagwa Fuji tour (Morning of 30 October)
Experience refreshing Japanese culture in Shinagawa Fuji (Fujizuka)
  • Aka-Inari Trii
  • Torii and slope

Walking through the “Gotenyama park,” you will reach the “Shinagawa-jinja Shrine”. There is an artificial “Mt. Fuji (15 m-high)” made 150 years ago. It takes only 3 to 5 mins to climb “Mt. Fuji” but you will feel a refreshing sense of accomplishment. You will find many interesting things in the shrine as well. On your way back, we will take a train from "Shinbamba" Station. Within 10 minutes, we will come back to the hotel. Please join the lunch at AGA 20.

Tour time10:00 am – 11:45 am (1 hour and 45 minutes)
Departure/Return LocationShinagawa Prince Hotel
Tour fee500 JPY
IncludedEnglish tour guide, Train ticket
Minimum number of participants5
RemarksThis is walking tour, please wear comfortable shoes.
2Shibuya tour (afternoon of 30 October)
Shibuya (town for youth) and Meiji Jingu (the quiet of the city)
  • Shibuya
  • Meiji Jingu

Shibuya is an origin of youth culture and home to the popular “Shibuya Crossing.” You can experience Shibuya Crossing where many people rush into an intersection from four directions, and also view the famous scene from above. Then, you will go to Meiji Jingu Shrine, almost one kilometre from Shibuya. Away from the noisy area, you can feel the nature of Musashino. Meiji Jingu Shrine is surrounded by 700,000 square meters of deep greenery, bathing visitors with peaceful serenity. If you have time, you can also visit nearby Harajuku and Omotesando for another distinct flavour of Tokyo culture.

Tour time13:00 pm - 16:00 pm (3 hours)
Departure/Return LocationShinagawa Prince Hotel
Tour fee2,500 JPY
IncludedEnglish tour guide, Train ticket
Minimum number of participants5
RemarksPlease wear comfortable shoes.

On 31 October

3Kamakura walking tour
Kamakura

About 1 hour by private van, you can visit Kamakura, the old Shogunate capital of Japan. Kamakura has many historically significant Buddhist temples and Shinto shrines, so you can experience ancient samurai power at these historic sites. These sites include the Tsurugaoka Hachiman Shrine, the Hasedera Temple, and the Great Buddha! You can also explore the local shopping street “Komachi Dori.”

Highlights
Visit Tsurugaoka Hachiman Shrine
Enjoy shopping at Komachi Dori
Check out the Great Buddha
Tour time9:00 am - 17:00 pm (8 hours)
Departure/Return LocationShinagawa Prince Hotel
Tour fee13,000 JPY
Minimum number of participants8
IncludedEnglish tour guide, entrance fees, transportation
Not IncludedLunch
RemarksThis is a walking tour, please wear comfortable shoes.
Please bring some Japanese Yen to pay for lunch.

On 1 November

4Ginza and Tsukiji tour
Walking in Ginza, one of the most famous areas in Japan, exploring the origins of Tokyo's dining at Tsukiji
  • Ginza
  • Tsukiji

Ginza is a popular upscale shopping area of Tokyo, with numerous internationally-renowned department stores, boutiques, restaurants, and coffeehouses located in its vicinity. It is considered one of the most expensive, elegant, and luxurious streets in the world. You can enjoy a mixture of Edo period tradition and the latest trends.

Almost one kilometre from Ginza, you can visit Tsukiji, home of Tokyo's huge fish market until last year. Even now Tsukiji “Jogai” is full of shoppers. You can see the origin of Japanese dining, and enjoy eating some delicious food.

Tour time11:00 am - 15:00 pm (4 hours)
Departure/Return LocationShinagawa Prince Hotel
Tour fee2,500 JPY
Minimum number of participants5
IncludedEnglish tour guide, Train ticket
Not IncludedLunch
RemarksThis is a walking tour, so please wear comfortable shoes.
Please prepare some Japanese Yen for lunch.
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