(個人)長谷川タクシー


mobile phone:090-4938-2138
Guide fee : 20,000 yen / day (10:00-17:00)

Privately owned taxi driver
I am a taxi driver, and it is also an owner driver and an interpreter tourist guide.
These are licensed by Japanese goverment and are officially registered in Tokyo.
If you want to experience the essence of
" Wabi-Sabi / 侘びと寂 ", the soul of Japan, a taste of the simple, quiet and deeply polite, you should definitely take my taxi.

Note : Taxi hourly contract fee will be charged separately

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東京都地域通訳案内士

Tokyo Excursion Driver in English

Designated Zone Guide (Tokyo Sightseeing Guide by English), it was officially registered in Tokyo in March 2017.
In Japan, anyone who uses a car to guide a tourist for a fee requires a license for a commercial vehicle, so even if an interpreter guide uses his / her own car, he / she needs a license for this commercial vehicle. On the other hand, even if the driver who belongs to the taxi company has a license as an interpreter guide, the vehicle used is owned by the company, and the driver who is an employee cannot use it as he / she wants.
According to the list of registrants below, there are only 3 private taxi drivers. As an interpreter guide, I can assist you with your journey by using the taxi vehicle that I own.
This is a big difference from corporate taxi driver, interpreter tourist guide.

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神道文化検定壱級

Highest certification of historical and cultural knowledge about Shinto,
神 道 / The Kami Way.

Shinto is the national indigenous religion of Japan, originated spontaneously in ancient times, no founder, no scripture and no dogma but based on ancestor worship.
The Japanese have worshiped many things in nature. They have thought that they are a part of nature and that they must value harmony with nature rather than as objects of control. It is based on an awe-inspiring belief in something beyond the power of human beings. And it is a concept born from the long history of Japanese nature and rice cultivation.
Its worship of nature is the basis of most Japanese traditional rituals even today.
I am not a religious leader. Although I am an average ordinary person, I would like to introduce mysterious Japan with these knowledge that is common sense as a Japanese and an appropriate understanding of history.

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