Festive walking tour in Tokyo, Shinjuku, Kagurazaka

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  • 2.5 hr

In this tour, we walk around Kagurazaka in Shinjuku ward. Kagurazaka area boasts beautiful views made by slopes and alleys. It has a lot of small shrines and temples as well. We will visit some of the temples/shrines on this tour. Upon walking, you will find some traditional souvenir shops along Kagurazaka-Dori Street. Luckily, Kagurazaka has nice restaurants, bars, snack shops. We drop in a standing bar having a drink such as Japanese Sake. Also, you can put on a traditional Japanese mask, "Kitsune" mask as you were in the festival. "Kitsune" is a Japanese fox, and a messenger of cereal god, Inari. Putting on a "Kitsune" mask, you would feel more familiar with Japanese culture.

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Stop At: Kagurazaka

We walk around the scenic lanes and see temples putting a Kitsune(Japanese fox) mask in Kagurazaka, Shinjuku, Tokyo. It is like a festival.

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At:

Seeing the temple.

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: Akagi Shrine

See the shrine

Duration: 15 minutes
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