Dress up in a traditional kimono and enjoy an afternoon walk in one of Tokyo’s many parks. Have sushi for breakfast in Tsukiji. Try you hand a ukiyo-e printing or saver a perfectly mixed martini over spectacular night views. Browse for antiques at weekend markets or kitchen tools in Kappabashi. Tokyo offers a wealth of unique experiences for memories that will last a lifetime.
From traditional craft techniques to the elaborate tea ceremony, a host of unique hands-on experiences awaits the traveller to Tokyo.
Visit this small Edo workshop, specializing in delicate wooden latticework, and bring back a piece of Japanese carpentry history in the form of a beautiful andon lantern, a speciality of Takahiro Tanaka who continues this proud Tokyo tradition.
Lovingly tailored to each customer,
Sonomitsu’s handmade shoes are a superb example of Japanese craftsmanship.
Cap your exploration of the charming, history-laden area of Yanesen in northeast Tokyo by visiting shoemaker Hajime Sonoda at his atelier for a personalized shoe consultation.