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Tokyo Aladdin

Departure:Fri.

Enjoy a Muslim friendly tour in Tokyo. Lunch is served at a Halal restaurant. Explore Tokyo Camii, the biggest mosque in Japan. Panoramic view of Shibuya scramble crossing. The tour visits Tokyo Camii, the biggest mosque in Japan, and the Turkish Culture Center of Japan. The tour allows time to pray for Muslim guests.
With pick-up service at your hotel (service not available at some hotels.)

Course No.FareEstimated timeMealLanguage
R319Adult 9,500 yen
Child 8,500 yen
9:20-18:00Lunch includedEnglish
Course No. R319
Fare Adult 9,500 yen
Child 8,500 yen
Estimated time 9:20-18:00
Meal Lunch included
Language English
  • Tokyo Camii and Turkish Culture Center (tour and pray)

    Tokyo Camii and Turkish Culture Center (tour and pray)

  • Asakusa and Nakamise Street

    Asakusa and Nakamise Street(For image only)

  • Tokyo Tower

    Tokyo Tower(For image only)

  • Shibuya scramble crossing

    Shibuya scramble crossing(For image only)

  • Tokyo Camii and Turkish Culture Center (tour and pray)

    Tokyo Camii and Turkish Culture Center (tour and pray)

  • Asakusa and Nakamise Street

    Asakusa and Nakamise Street(For image only)

  • Tokyo Tower

    Tokyo Tower(For image only)

  • Shibuya scramble crossing

    Shibuya scramble crossing(For image only)

Itinerary

Nakamise Street is a shopping arcade running from Kaminarimon Gate to the Buddhist temple Senso-ji lined with around 90 shops. Its history goes back to the latter half of the 17th century, and its rows of shops selling uniquely Japanese souvenirs such as fans and kimonos as well as traditional foods such as rice crackers offer a truly grand spectacle.

Asakusa

You can view streets of Tokyo at one sweep from the 45th Floor (202m).

Tokyo Metropolitan Government building

Tokyo Camii is the largest Ottoman Turkish Style Mosque of Japan with Turkish Culture Center on the 1st Floor and Prayer Hall on the second. All the Construction Materials were transported from Turkish except water, cement and concrete, and there were almost 100 Turkish architects and artists dispatched to Tokyo for about 1 year in order to build and adorn the Camii. “Friday Prayer” on every Friday always attracts a great many of Prayers.

Tokyo Camii and Turkish Culture Center

Lunch (HALAL meal)

You can enjoy a fantastic phenomenon of people passing each other smoothly in the most crowded crossing from the 25th floor in Shibuya Excel Hotel.

Shibuya scramble crossing

Experience a different mood while taking in views of Tokyo.

Atakemaru


*Minimum participants required: 5 person. (decision made 5 days in advance)
*Drop-off service after the end of the tour is not available.