Japanese Culture Exchange Program

Japanese Culture Exchange Program

Hospitality Programs (examples)

Tokyo Metropolitan Government offers several complimentary programs specially tailored to provide overseas registered participants with various experiences of Tokyo and its vicinity; from nature and culture to other attractions.

Tokyo City Tours

Free bus tours with an English-speaking guide will take you to the most popular sightseeing areas in Tokyo.

Tour schedule

*The itineraries may be subject to change.
*Please gather at the “TOKYO CITY INFORMATION DESK” 15 minutes before the tour begins.
*The number in parenthesis indicates the capacity of each tour.

TOKYO SKYTREE & Solamachi shopping (40)

Visit one of Tokyo’s must-see destinations, the world’s tallest free-standing broadcasting tower. You can also enjoy the 300-odd shops and restaurants at the foot of the tower, collectively known as Tokyo Solamachi.

River Cruise & Hama-rikyu Gardens (40)

This half-hour boat cruise down the Sumida River travels under some 14 bridges, showing the capital’s famous landmarks along the way.
Hama-rikyu Gardens, located along the Tokyo Waterfront.
Visitors can enjoy a walk in the beautifully preserved garden that the family of the ruling Tokugawa Shogun owned from the 17th to the mid-19th century, where they used to go hunting with falcons.

TeamLab Planets TOKYO (40)

teamLab Planets is a museum where you walk through water,and a garden where you become one with the flowers.
There are four massive exhibition spaces and two gardens.
Enter barefoot, immerse your body with others in the artwork spaces, and become one with the world.

Meiji Jingu Shrine and Harajuku(40)

Meiji shrine is located near Harajuku station. You can enjoy the fresh air of nature and beautiful palace.
There are worshipers from all over the country, and the number of worshipers at Hatsumode is the highest in Japan.
The vast site of about 700,000 square meters is planted with about 100,000 trees collected from all over the country.

Japanese Cultural Experience Programs

The following complimentary cultural programs will be offered to allow participants to experience the unique culture of Japan first-hand.
*The itineraries may be subject to change.

Tea ceremony

Sado is the traditional culture that represents Japanese hospitality.
It is a heartfelt communication of preparing and enjoying tea.

Kimono experience (30)

Kimono is a traditional Japanese cloth that means a “thing to wear” in Japanese.
People wear kimonos for special occasions, such as Coming-of-Age Day, wedding receptions, and so on.

Welcome Desks at the Airports

Welcome desks will be placed at the airports to be a one-stop information counter for international delegates arriving in Tokyo.


  • 1. Narita Airport Terminal 1, 1F International Arrival Lobby, near Central Exit
  • 2. Narita Airport Terminal 2, 1F International Arrival Lobby, near Central Exit
  • 3. Haneda International Airport, 2F Arrival Lobby, Meeting Service Counter

Narita Terminal 1/2: Both are located in the center of the Arrival Lobby (1F).

Narita Terminal map

Haneda International Passenger Terminal: Arrival Lobby (2F)

Haneda Terminal map

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