A Private Day Tour in Hakone, Mt Fuji, and Yokohama is more than just a tour. They are like having your own personal friend in Japan…

Our English-speaking guides’ tips will save you from experiencing the anxieties and pain of not knowing your way…

No one wants to get stressed on vacation…

  • If you’re traveling alone and feel anxious about taking the train to Fuji
  • If you’re coming to Japan for a short visit
  • If you’re on a business trip and have just one day for a trip from Tokyo
  • If you don’t know a word in Japanese

True, our tour guides will not be holding your hand every day of your visit, but…

They will give you priceless tips on how to get around in Japan. They will go over the Tokyo maps with you; They will help you plan your touring itinerary for the next few days,

And will send you to the most delicious local restaurants.

So how do you experience Yokyohama with your own small private tour?


The guides can adjust the pace to fit your special needs with no other people on your tour.
Tour starts and ends at your hotel in Tokyo. A private tour is highly suitable for families with kids in strollers, Senior travelers, travelers with mobility problems, or wheelchair-bound. (we also offer guides who can speak French, Spanish, Russian, and Hebrew).

This 8-hour tour from Tokyo will also take you to Yokohama, China town, Park Yamashita, and the second tallest building in Japan today – Landmark Tower.

For those interested, there is a possibility to stay overnight in Hakone.

Hakone Day Tour:

Yokohama Chinatown

The day starts at Yokohama Chinatown, the largest Chinatown in Japan. It is a colorful mix of Chinese traditional restaurants, food stands, and souvenirs. Beautiful colorful Chinese gates lead to this section of town.

You continue to Yamashita Park, which stretches along Yokohama’s waterfront.
A pleasant promenade runs along the water, with views of the bay and the ships.

Yokohama Landmark Tower, located in the Minato Mirai 21 district of Yokohama, is the second tallest building in Japan.

Lake Ashi/Ashinoko, also known as Hakone Lake, is famous for the gorgeous views of Mt Fuji, a classic spot for taking picture-perfect photos of the mountains, and the floating tori gate of Hakone Shrine. Note that on cloudy days views of Mt Fuji are limited.
Lake Ashi is part of the volcanic area of Hakone and therefore has many Onsen (hot springs) in the area.

Ōwakudani, also referred to as the Great Boiling Valley, is covered with sulfur springs where you can take a dip (or even boil an egg!). The valley can be reached by Rope-way cable cars ride. Note: Due to the latest earthquakes, the attraction is closed to the public until further notice.

Hakone Open-Air Museum consists of five exhibition halls and huge gardens featuring over 100 sculptures. The highlights of this museum include the Picasso Collection, with over 300 works by Picasso, and the Henry Moore Collection.
In addition, there is a variety of restaurants and shops and a natural hot spring foot bath for dipping tired feet.


Tokyo Trip Checklist

  • To make sure you have all the important things covered see my first-time-in-Tokyo guide
  • Get your 1,2 or 3-day Tokyo Unlimited Subway Pass to easily get around Tokyo
  • If you want to travel on bullet trains you can save big with a Japan Rail Pass. Here’s why is worth it.
  • You’ll need a prepaid sim or Portable WIFI to stay connected in Tokyo.
  • Check out my detailed Tokyo packing list to make sure you’re prepared.
  • The best site to book hotels in Tokyo is almost always Booking.com. And remember to book early, especially during busy times.
  • For travel insurance (which you need) Word Nomads offer great coverage in Japan and are highly recommended.

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