Welcome to @Hello MENO
Hello, I am a English tour guide, MENO Atsuhiro (National Cert. No. EN 06078).
As a National licenced guide, I have broad knowledge on Japanese history, culture, policy and so on. Besides it, as a specialist on plant science and agriculture, I have in depth experience and insight on flower, plant, nature, garden, ecosystem and rural society. Therefore, I can explain many interesting places from broad view points, such as vegetation of Japanese garden or agriculture policy problems. 日本語ページはこちらです。Japanse page is here. Please watch my introduction video.
Please feel free to make your plan in Tokyo or Japan according to your schedule and your interest.
If you have not enough information in Japan, please find information from Most popular spots, Useful information as general information of Japan. Or, if you are interested in special place such as temple or museum, please find more information from lists of TEPLE, SHRINE, PALACE and so on in the menu above.
You can find some model plans for your reference information when you plan your schedule in Tokyo.
Important information on Japan, such as geographical political data as well as statistical data on real life in Japan. These information can help your understanding during your stay in Japan.
If you are interested in Japanese flowers, trees and gardens, please click “Flowers and Gardens in Japan and More..”
“Flowers and garden in Japan and More…” , this is my another website and in which you can find many beautiful flowers more than 1,500 species, and gardens.
In addition, you can find more useful information in menu of “TEMPLE”, “SHRINE”, or “PALACE/CASTLE” and so on.
Please find details of my guiding service from here, or jump from “TOUR GUIDING SERVICE” in the menu.
Please watch my YouTube videos which show popular spots, festivals and cultures. Please subscribe my YouTube channel, too.
New Year’s first visit in 2023, Tokyo Posted 15.01.2023
Happy New Year! New Year’s Day in Tokyo was a peaceful start to the year.After visiting my guardian shrine nearby, then I visited Meiji Jingu shrine and Asakusa Sensoji-temple, to see how many people have come back for New Year’s visits this year.