Kanazawa

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Overall rating

4.7 / 5

based on 157 reviews

WiFi Router was waiting for us on our arrival at hotel (Pick up point), and were able to leave it at hotel on our departure (delivery point). Prompt and impressive communication from Vision Inc. who arranged this in Tokyo. Such a smooth transaction and the WiFi Router itself a nice size to carry around. It lost signal quite a few times BUT we were most of the time on the underground in Tokyo and it was just for a moment with it re-connecting straight away to the underground directions we were using. We only had a problem in the Asakusa area of Tokyo for some strange reason on both occasions. It was very good on navigating the whole of Tokyo to and including the whole of Kyoto, etc. To sum up: A whole lot better than we imagined it would be - reliable and when charged up easily lasted all day.

We met Kazue at the time we had agreed (she was actually early). She told us what we were going to visit, and proposed an additional activity (painting our own gold leaf item) as something different to consider. We took her up on this excellent idea. Kazue was extremely knowledgeable about all the sights, very sensitive to our needs for water, food, rest (it was a very hot and humid day). She even brought umbrellas/parasols for the sun. We had one of the best tours and experience of our trip in Kazanawa, and Kazue was one of the main reasons we enjoyed this city so much.

Yukari was a fabulous guide - knowledgeable, flexible, patient, delightful and fun. Her English is excellent, she knows her city and shared lots of great information and stories, and had a good sense of humor. All in all, I felt like a made a new friend! Yukari is a wonderful asset to your company and I highly recommend her as a guide,

Hana was a terrific guide For our family of teens and tweens. We only gave her vague guidance and she whisked us off to the samurai houses and then on to the food hall in the dept store. Hana guided us all through the wide array of sweets and pickles and other treats we didn’t recognise. It was a great way to spend the morning!

It is highly recommended to have a Wifi during your travel in Japan. You can use your Google Maps for directions and you might need to use your Viber, Facebook messenger, etc. It was a big help to us, especially to locate area of interest and many things. Maraming maraming salamat sa NinjaWifi.