Tour Report: Strolling Asakusa and Ueno Park on a winter-like day
Thank you very much to all the guests who participated in the 3 tours on the day. We hosted one Singaporean gentleman on the morning tour and 9 guests from Mexico, UK, Singapore and Italy on the afternoon tour in Asakusa. On the Ueno Park tour in the afternoon, we hosted a family of 4 from Australia.
It was really a cold day with light rains, the highest temperature of the day was below 10 centigrade, which was like the middle of winter.
We hope all of you enjoyed and shared interesting conversations with us during the tour. As promised, group photos and snapshots are attached to remember the fun times we had.
Morning Tour in Asakusa
Afternoon Tour in Asakusa
Ueno Park tour
The temperature is lowering day by day and we are entering winter season. People turn on heaters at home and wear coats outside. Winter is a cold season.
But winter can be a fun season depending on how you deal with. You can enjoy fashion such as kimono and a cashmere coat like the one a guide wore on the Ueno Park tour. You can enjoy hot pot food or sake for meals.
As for trips, you can go to some snow covered areas to enjoy magnificent views created by snow as well as sliding on such snow by ski or snowboard.
Or you can enjoy hot bath of natural hot spring, so called ONSEN to warm your body.
So winter isn’t a bad season. Please come and enjoy winter season of Japan. If you join our tour, we can give you good advice for such winter entertainment in Japan.
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(Posted by Masa)