Take the stress out of family travel as we effortlessly discover the sights, attractions and tastes of Tokyo. All family friendly experiences are 100% flexible and personally tailored with your family’s specific needs and interests in mind.

Sumo, Yokozuna. Tokyo Family Tours.
Asimo Robot. Miraikan, Tokyo
Koinobori. Koenji, Tokyo.
Gundam. Odaiba, Tokyo.
Dinosaur. Ueno, Tokyo.
Japanese Playground. Nakano, Tokyo.



Group size



Meeting point



What to bring



Family unit.

From ¥6,000 JPY per hour.


As agreed.

Local guide.

  • Food and drink. 

  • Entrance fees if applicable.

  • Public transport requirements.

  • Camera.

  • Comfortable footwear.

  • Weather appropriate clothing.

  • An adventurous spirit.

Experiences are conducted daily. Please enquire for availability.


  • Central Tokyo Suggestions:

    Shinjuku, Shibuya, Harajuku, Asakusa, Ueno, Odaiba, Akihabara, Tsukiji, Tokyo Dome, Ikebukuro, Shimokitazawa.


  • West-Side Tokyo Suggestions:

    Nakano, Koenji, Asagaya, Kichijoji.


  • Visit Tokyo's premier family attractions or head out into the city's quieter but equally as vibrant suburban neighbourhoods to get a genuine feel for local family life.

  • Discover central Tokyo by rail or alternatively jump on a bicycle, complete with child seats, and pedal the eclectic neighbourhoods of West Tokyo.

  • Dine at a local family friendly restaurant, enjoy a 'bento' picnic lunch in the park or visit one of the many themed restaurants only the brilliant minds of the Japanese could ever dream up.

  • Free attractions / paid attractions, the choice is yours.

  • Parks, gardens and shrines, shops and entertainment; the options for putting a smile on their faces are endless.


Explore Tokyo on a family friendly experience that's been carefully tailored for the enjoyment of adults and children alike. 


Eliminate the confusion of exploring the city as we effortlessly navigate the streets and public transportation network as seasoned locals.

Take the time to dream up that perfect itinerary yourself or let DIG propose an array of suggestions that are bound to please even the pickiest of small travelers.


As a father of two young boys myself, there’s nothing I haven’t seen, heard or cleaned up. So you can relax knowing your children will have an amazing adventure and that DIG can handle any surprises your family can throw at us.


  • DIG caters for families with with children of any age.

  • Movement throughout Tokyo is undertaken by train, subway and foot. Strollers are available on request.

  • Please refer to DIG's FAQ and T&C pages for further tour specifics or feel free to contact me directly.


DIG Tokyo Tours is a sole operated Tokyo bike tour, street food and walking experience provider, based in the offbeat Tokyo neighbourhoods of Nakano, Koenji and Asagaya.


Only a stone’s throw away from the major Tokyo sightseeing hubs of Shinjuku and Shibuya, DIG aspires to provide the discerning traveller with an honest local insight into the neighbourhoods and communities on the inner west-side of town.


Each of DIG’s immersive and socially responsible small-group, family and private offerings are unmistakably unique to any other tour operator in Tokyo. So jump on a bike or join me on foot for a whirlwind Tokyo cycling tour or colourful street food voyage through the vibrant backstreets away from the tourist crowds.


Learn more about DIG Tokyo Tours and Andy here.


Contact DIG Tokyo Tours

Company Address

3-9-10 Yamatocho, Nakano, 
Tokyo Japan, 165-0034

Departure Points

Bike Tours: Koenji Station, Tokyo City

6 minute JR train ride from Shinjuku Station.

16 minute JR train ride from Shibuya Station.

Food Tours: Nakano Station, Tokyo City

4 minute JR train ride from Shinjuku Station.

14 minute JR train ride from Shibuya Station.

DIG Tokyo Tours is taking all necessary precautions to keep its guests and local community members fit and healthy during the COVID-19 pandemic. For any concerns regarding tour itineraries or specific health and safety measures feel free to get in touch. I hope to see you over this side of Tokyo soon, Andy!