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Enjoy Japanese history, traditions, and the seasonal beauties from a rickshaw with our staff's omotenashi (hospitality). Our staff, with a rich knowledge of the city, will help make a special memory for your trip. We will take you to see interesting...more
Riding in a rickshaw was the last thing we thought of doing but as it started raining we were approached by rickshaw driver Taro who won us over with his winning smile.
What fun it was thanks to him. He spoke good English and had...More
A must .. most friendly, entertaining, funny and photographers guides we were very lucky to have. Roy Doitani and Taro. Spoke very well english and guided us thru the most amazing experience. And breathtaking views we were lucky to see. I highly recommend not only...More
We visited Miyajima on Sunday the 1st of October knowing that we'll be doing a fair bit of walking to see all the sights. After spending all day walking around Hiroshima on the Saturday, we thought we would save ourselves a bit, and try a...More
I was skeptical and thought this might be silly and touristy but I was so wrong (ok, maybe a little, but still fun!). I was with two others and we only had a short time on the island so, based on other reviews, decided to...More
Mayo was waiting for me at the appointed spot when I got off the ferry. He settled me comfortably in the rickshaw, and took me on a leisurely tour of the island. His was able to tell me about the shrines and temples, explaining the...More
Rickshaw Driver Takahiro Hamasaki was very pleasant. He knew exactly where to take the perfect picture along the route. He explained the history of the area and the various sites along the way. He then recommended a great restaurant for lunch. Great time had by...More
Took a ride with Ryomi and was one of the greatest experiences of my life. He was so funny and spoke English very well. Highly recommend taking this tour if visiting Japan. They have seat warmers and blankets to use if it's cold out!
My rickshaw driver today was Takahiro Hamasaki! Hama San was very polite and very safe. I toke the 45 mins tours as I had very limited time, so Hama San covered the must see for me within a short time and most importantly he toke...More