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Kristine and Kate from the USA and Korea

December, 2007
Guide: Noriyuki Iwai and Souei Takahashi
Route: Inokashira park – Ghibli Museum – Shinjuku – Meiji Shrine – Harajuku – Jingu-gaien – Odaiba

Dear Tokyo Free Guide,

My sister and I would like thank your organization and your guides for providing great service to foreign tourists like us. It was very nice of our two guides, Noriyuki Iwai-san and Souei Takahashi-san to take time out of their busy schedule to guide us around Tokyo. They were both courteous and friendly. Because of them, we were able to discover beautiful places such as Inokashira-kouen park and Jingugaien that we didn’t know about before. This was our first trip to Japan and our wonderful guides helped us make it more memorable.

We will always remember this trip and we hope to meet our wonderful guides again in Japan.

Domo Arigato Gozaimashta!

Tina and Kwong from Toronto, Canada

October, 2007
Guide: Mitsuyo Fujiwara
Route: Sumo Stable ? Nishiaraidaishi ? Inokashira Park ? Ghibli Museum

Dear Tokyo free guide:

We wish to thank your organization for providing a fantastic service to overseas guests in Tokyo. We did not use a guide for our entire trip, except for the two places that I knew that we would have difficulty with because we do not speak Japanese. After having spent the day with our guide, I wish we had booked guides for the other days as well.

Our guide, Ms. Mitsuyo Fujiwara really did a lot of work to make our day enjoyable. We had the difficult request of visiting a sumo stable. I know that it was not easy to arrange as I had tried to make the arrangements myself. Not only was she able to do this, she also took us to a neighborhood temple which was beautiful in its serenity. And our second destination was Glibly Museum, where there is very little English. While this museum can be explored without language difficulties, we appreciated her work in visiting and making our trip as quick and comfortable as possible. No doubt, she spent many hours to do all this work. We appreciated her generosity and enjoyed her company very much.

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