1. They have day tours for all sorts of interests
Looking to dive deep into Japanese culture? Sign up for one of Magical Trip’s day tours, which take you around some of the capital’s most diverse areas. Walk around the historical neighbourhood of Yanaka where you’ll visit everything from the Nezu Shrine to heritage landmarks that have been around since the Edo era. If you’re a foodie, opt for a gourmet walking tour around Togoshi Ginza, Tokyo’s longest traditional shopping street where you’ll sample local favourites like karaage fried chicken, taiyaki fish-shaped cakes and more. For fans of anime and gaming, you can sign up for a game-centric tour, where you can geek out for a day in Akihabara and even visit a maid café. If you’d like to explore the city on wheels, there’s even a bike tour through the backstreets of an old Tokyo town.